Question about Saeco Talea Giro Espresso Machine
Hi, well what has happened is that inside the unit, a sensor has detected a "Problem", or it has "Failed" and accordingly this is inhibiting itself from working, so that an accident will not happen, often it is the pressure/water sensor, but it may also well be the temperature sensor controller as well.
The very best thing to do is contact the Agent or Manufacturer and ask them for a referral to an authorised repair and servicing center, this in the end, will be the fastest and cheapest way to effect a good permanent repair. I speak from experience here.
It isn't really practical to DIY as you see the biggest problem with any DIY is obtaining the spares and parts numbers, as one simply must have a service manual, which only the service personnel have, usually, sometimes they can be found on the 'net, to be able to get these parts numbers without which one cannot order the parts required.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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