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Descale I am not sure what descale means and what to do. Can you explain what needs to be done and how to do it? Thanx, Tammy

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  • Anonymous Feb 15, 2009

    I need help figuring out how to descale my new Odea Go 
    thanks,
    Nina

  • jhbiggs Mar 18, 2009

    I lost my manual and need to descale. How do I do it?

  • mmla May 11, 2010

    When we descale the saeco odea go, do we need to change out the water filter?

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That means getting rid of the limescale build up in the machine.
When the limescale becomes to much the machine slows dow.
buy a descaling solution at your local convenience store or grocery store. Use it as adviced on the bottle but do this twice in a row because a 30-40 minute brew means a lot of blockage. When you do it the second time turn the machine off after half the solution has gone through. Let stand for about 30 min and than turn machine on again. Flush twice with full pot of clean water and you will see that is will improve your time

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