Question about Saeco 00034 Incanto Sirius Super Automatic Espresso/Coffee Machine
I have had this machine for four years and have had it back to saeco 4 times for different issues, this time the fifth time the repair agent said it needed a new motor as it could not drive the brew unit all the way and we aggreed, then they rang us and said a transistor on the power board has now popped.
I told the service agent not to worry as he wanted 600 dollars for repair and i will repair myself.
Why are these machines so unreliable and why do saeco choose dud agents for repairs.
Change the TIP33C transistor as this is a common failure , it controls the voltage to the brew unit motor. Very cheap to repair. Cheers
Posted on Oct 31, 2011
Saeco is not what it used to be even if you find a board our motor its gonna expensive part think twice me i prefert the older vienna and you find part easy good luck pierre
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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