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The fixing of my Saeco Aroma problem

Hi Mirran,

Thanks for getting back to me so quickly. You've said that I need to use a bellow pump or something similar to force the water into the water inlet in the machine........but i don't know what a bellow pump is. What is it and where can I get one? And which water inlet on the machine do you mean?...the tube?
Sorry to sound so dim....hope you can help me understand how to fix it!
Thanks again in advance!
Still coffeeless! xx

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Try first this.

Fill the water tank with water, power on the machine.
open the steamknob and press the button for making coffee, if you are lucky you will get water out of the steam pipe.

If you not get any water then you have to press in water with force in the tube you can see in your water tank, the instruction above is the same on this case.

Hope it will help you.

Posted on Aug 16, 2008


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