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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Trouble Lights Stay On
How long does it take for your machine to grind for 1 cup? Longer then 10 seconds? Grinder setting? Descaling should be done every 2-3 regardless if the light comes on or not. To reset the light hold the steam button until the light goes off. Descaling information can be found at http://www.cerinicoffee.com/clean_descale_coffee_equipment_instructions.asp Hope this helps!
How long does it take for your machine to grind for 1 cup? Longer then 10 seconds? Grinder setting?
Descaling should be done every 2-3 regardless if the light comes on or not. To reset the light hold the steam button until the light goes off.
Descaling information can be found at http://www.cerinicoffee.com/clean_descale_coffee_equipment_instructions.asp
Hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 12, 2007
The stainless steel cover has a very small hole near the top. The hole allows a venturi action - meaning air molecules are entrained with the steam flow to increase the affect. Milk will clog the hole, but warm water and a guitar string, cheese wire, even a staple - something thin - will work to clean it out.
After frothing either clean the entire stainless steel piece or at least occlude the end at the same time as shooting through some steam. I usually use a kitchen sponge with the abrasive pad attached. The pad helps insulate the heat and provides the necessary resistance to force any milk out the small hole.
Yes, I hate living with this also. In fact I am considering machining a different steam tube assembly.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
The groaning noise is the power steer pump operating under duress. I would suggest having the front suspension checked for any seized or failing ball joints or control arm problems. Most suspension guys will give the undercarriage a look over for you for free to check for any failing/unsafe parts. The engine belt driving the power steer pump should also be checked in case it needs adjustment.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
SOURCE: Steam nozzle leaking
Hi! hope i'm not too late, since this leaking problem occur's quite often, specially when one's tends to overtight the valve, the proposed solutios will certainly help thousand of happy Saeco owners.
Anyway i happened to live with it but after a second valve replacement, i got fed up with filling too often the reservoir and fixed it at Zero cost. What i did is realy easy:
1- Find a bearing the size of the plunger of the needle valve; the thiny steel ball in a nail polish bottle is what i used.
2- When the electric cord is pulled off the wall outlet, take the cover off, reach to the snap locker and pull it off.
3- Unscrew the needle valve plunger off the cylinder, grind or file the
tip 3/16 of an inch, making sure it is at rite angle cut.
4- Insert the ball in the valve body and push it with the flattened tip
over the vapor down stream and screw. You now have a new valve that will outlast your coffe maker.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
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