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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

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  • onlinejourna Jul 12, 2008

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    Thank you I think it was black though! Now working rating 100%!!!


  • mentis Sep 20, 2008

    my via venezia does not work

    where is fuse - I looked for a black and a light brown one without success

    wayne

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Hi, 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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No you dont need to dismantel the boiler.
the color of the fuse is light brown and for reseting it you only need to press it

Posted on Jul 12, 2008

  • KaffeSumpen Jul 12, 2008

    I am very glad i could help you.

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