Question about Saeco Talea Ring Plus Espresso Machine
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Saeco Talea Ring Plus
ok with a machine you have already for a while :
Putt descaling solution in the machine. unplu the machine and open the watere valve. Aftre about 2 days it should have desolved.
BUT>>>>>>>>>> what also can be is that the valve on the bottom of the water tank is not working.
Fill it a little and wiggle the valve until water comes out and than try again.
Priming normally goes.
Water in tank. push water button and open valve.
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
Clarification: It complains constantly. Even when I empty the drip tray, which is already empty, put it back in (empty) - it still wants me to "empty the drip tray" again. Sometimes - if I'm lucky - I can brew 1 espresso before it wants me to empty the drip tray.
Thank you for your assistance!
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
aye that is true if you click the coffe making button directly after you have had it out you will be able to make a cup, as the machine has a 2 second response time.
Ok here is what i think:
As it registers the driptray I dont think its the sensor to it.
More i would think that its the CPU card that is not responding to that its clean.
I am sry but I have to ask this:
When it says emptie the driptray are you actually taking out the container that is located under the brewing unit, and not the "drip tray" were you put the coffe mugs?
Also when i think i have a sensor problem I allways take out everything. Brewing unit, dripwater container, dregbox, and the watercontainer. and have it out for atleast 2 minutes ( clean it under the mean time) and put it back again.
As I dont have the machine infront of me i cant be certain:)
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
I don't know any of the suppliers in the UK, but yes the problem can be fixed at home, it is very easy to replace the steam valve, just make sure that you get the complete valve(body and tap rod). Try this site they might ship the parts to you (saecoparts.com)
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
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