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Saeco magic deluxe - no water flow

Instead of flowing through coffee into cup, the water pours out of machine. I'm assuming there is a problem with tubes or gaskets. Is this fixable at home?

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  • kdfurlong Aug 11, 2008

    My machine poured out a little coffee this morning into my cup (about 3 or 4 tablespoons) but then the rest leaked out of the machine elsewhere. I have the descaling set to factory default (we actually have soft water) and descale it whenever it tells me its time. I opened the side door and tried to take out the internal compartment, but it is stuck/locked in place. The water seems to heat OK but just won't flow out of the nozzles.



    I had been using the manual slot for pre-ground coffee a lot lately, so I cleaned out any excess coffee out of the shoot. I thought maybe too many grounds were preventing the machine from releasing the old grounds and thus causing it to back up. This didn't help, however. The water only leaks when you try to make a cup, so its as if the water just can't get through to the right place.

  • babamarkos Oct 23, 2008

    every time i descale it seams the grind need to be adjusted..it made one coffee and the the water did not come out any more and went into the dispenser.. if found the the nozle where the water meets the coffee if you unscrew it has a small glass ball and a spring not sure if this has anything to do with it..

    thanks in advance


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Take out the drip tray, take out the dregs container, open the side door, press the button and pull the brew unit out. On the front of it is a small pippe which should have a rubber o-ring on it. This must mate with the coffee dispenser unit which is the two holes the coffee normally comes out of. Check that the dispenser is in the right place. Behind where the coffee comes out is a knurled knob that you unscrew to remove and clean the dispenser. Undo it, remove the dispenser and clean it. Replace it, ensuring that it is pushed right back in the slot when you tighten the knob (don't tighten "too" hard). Is the water clean or "coffee" that comes out? If it is clean, it is likely the o-rings that seal the small tube from the boiler to the brew unit. There is also a nozzle on the boiler outlet that has two o-rings, but if those need changing you need some patience and skill to replace them.
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Hi,

How old is your machine?
Do you descale it regulary?
I think it´s your boiler that has to be replaced

Posted on Aug 05, 2008

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