As soon as I put a filled water container on the water starts to leak out around the sides. You can actually watch it leaking immediately. Do I need to send it in somewhere, or is there an easier fix I can do at home?
You either have a small crack on the water tank and/or the connection from the bottom of the tank reservoir to the machine is not sealing properly. ( i.e similar to putting the tank on top of a flat surface, the tank will leak as the seal connections gets pushed up and water begins to flow out)- it is that component that I am refering to. If you can inspect it to pin point the problem
- if the latter is the case (valve), could try purchasing a new o-ring, piston, and valve. Suggest contact . Saeco USA Inc. at 800-933-7876 (toll-free), ask for customer support and they will give more detail or contact SAECO via e-mail at : firstname.lastname@example.org
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Had the same problem w/the water inlet w/initial installation. When the water inlet was hooked to the faucet and into the washer, water leaked on the washer end. The manual tells you to put a new "flat" washer (provided) in the washer machine water inlet, but water still leaked. It's actually the not flat washer, it's more of an "U" shape washer that goes into the washer machine water inlet and fits right over the filter in the water inlet valve. Leak was solved, but faucet was on and water was not filling in the drum. Turn power on, select cycle, water level, and press start and water should start filling the drum.
Is the coolant bottle actually leaking or do you have a more severe problem? I would start by looking on the ground underneath your vehicle underneath the engine. If its coming from the front look at your radiator first, then your hoses upper and lower then your water pump and finally your heater hoses. If you cant see a leak start the car and let it warm up so your system has pressure to it. Then take a look and please dont stick your hand anywhere around the engine while it is running. Last place to look is feel the rug on the passenger side of the car to see if the rug is wet that would lead to a faulty heater core. If your handy with tools call around to your local auto parts store or tool rental places to see if they have a pressure tester. You can then pressurise your system with this tool and it should help you to find the leak.
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I had the same problem. I filled the water container and held it up for a while to make sure the two plunger/valves were not leaking. They held water well so I knoew it was probably not the tank. I called Capresso at 800-767-3554 and spoke to a tech. She asked me to test the water container and I told her I had already done this. She said then unless it was an internal problem it probably was the two seating valves that the tank fits into. She said the soft rubber gets hard over time. She sent them to me for free. I tried them today and when I took out the old ones they were very hard and the plastic cover was a little nicked. The new rubber is very plyable and when I put them in and seated the full water tank it made a nice rubber-to-plastic squeeking sound that let me know it seated correctly. It has been 2 hours so far with ten cups of water and no leaks. If you try this make sure you place the rubber grommet into the hole with the solid side up. It is shapped like an "n" and the open side goes down. Good luck.
on a N95 fill the water container and take it off the machine if it leaks its just the red seal on the botton but if thats not it put the water container back on full of water,let it sit for a bit,it wil leak out the front or side it will be the dark grey seal in the base were the outlet of the water container sits in, I found this with vmine anyway,it was hard to see it leaking but was a pain in the but!! i will talk to Delonghi or pull the seal out and match one the same Ant
The problem is most likely at the water inlet valve located at the floor at the back of the refrigerator. These valves have a seal that should close off after use but sometimes stick or get a foreign object in the seat. It is intermittent causing only an occasional leak. Sadly, there is no service to the valve and you can only replace it. Good luck, AJ
i got a vienna digital when i take the water container of to clean it 1 time out of 2 im gonna have water all over the floor what i do now clean the container put it back fill the water container with big glass and no more leak it probably have to do warp water container when it empty it seat perfectly when you have it in our hand it warp a little bit were not the only one with that me when i dont remove the container to fill it up i have no problem since then thanks for using fixya pierre