Thanks for your reply re machine does not turn on maybe fuse problem. I have found the boiler but dont see any fuses do i have to dismantle boiler or maybe there are in the on-off switch somewhere? Thanks once again you have been very helpful
Just a huge thanks to KaffeeSumpen, you solution was brilliant. My father and I were sorely upset that the machine stopped working but we then found this site and gently pressed the switch and voila, it worked! Excellent thank you so much again.
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I dusted off my old Saeco Via Venezia, and wanted t. ... Quick run down of my incomplete modified Saeco Via Venezia Espresso Machine ... a start temperature of ~95deg C (obviously depends on boiler water temperature etc.) ...
There is a fuse on top of the boiler. Its under a clip on the outside edge of the boiler. It is covered in a redish brown cover that you have tpo slide off to see the fuse. It is just better to replace the hole thing. If you don't have a pump also it could also be the switch. If you have any power its probably the fuse.
Hi It can be any of these. Fuse but then it would not turn on. Disconnected wire. More than likely it is the boiler element. Do a search on ebay for completed auctions. I saw a boiler assembly for a Saeco which is the same.
If the pump vibrates when trying to draw water then that is a good sign. Remo;ve the hose on the output side of the pump and turn it on to see if it draws water(BE Careful water and electricity love each other too much), it water flows out the output side, reconnect to boiler and test. If that did not solve the no draw problem then the machine is blocked either at the boiler.
they have a heat fuse attached to the side of the pump so when you do what you did that melts and does not damage the coffee maker They charge $100 to replace which is a bit tough, you could bypass easily but could damage to machine it not careful as we have two and one has just stopped pumping, not picking up water so maybe worn valves and I just have it all to bits and saw the heat fuse on the side of the pump,
The coffe maker has a heat fuse attached to the side of the pump so when over heats that melts and does not damage the coffee maker They charge $100 to replace which is a bit tough, you could bypass easily but could damage the machine if not careful as
we have two and one has just stopped pumping, not picking up water so
maybe worn valves and I just have it all to bits and noted the heat fuse
on the side of the pump