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Resevoir leaking on Saeco Trevi(like Vienna)

My resevoir doesn't seat properly and leaks all over counter . Is there a gasket or seal or perhaps a new spring to make this seat right? Doesn't do it all the time but frequently. I am assumung it is the resevoir and not an internal hose because it stops if I remove the resevoir

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Hi,

you have to replace the gasket in your water inlet, if you look where the inlet is you will see there are a little gap between the chassis and the inlet.
Take a screwdriver and bend up the plastic, you will now see the gasket.

The gasket have spare part number: 145842900

Hope this will help you.
/Mirran

Posted on Aug 16, 2008

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Depending on your ability to do some technical and minutious manual work, unmounting and remounting the machine is feasable.

Concerning the leaking, what I've seen most is a leak from the seal under the water tank. Any leaks coming form there would occur even though no coffee would be dispensed. (i.e: Idle mode)

If leak is ONLY occurring when brewing cofee, I would check the following:

1- Check if the water inlet on the back of the brew unit is filled with residue (the inlet looks like the end of a smoke pipe)

2-Open the machine, take out the interior, and verify the water tubes coming in and out of the boiler. They both should be sealed with 2 small o-rings. After time, o-ring tend to expand under heat and may start to leak.

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Hi There is a seal on top of the machine under the water tank. To get to it, remove the water tank, and set aside. There is a large doughnut shaped cap on top of the machine. Slip a screwdriver on the outside edge of the cap and pry up gently. When it snaps up, go to the other side of the cap and do the same. There is a black seal in the center and if you stick your finger in the center and it lifts out it need to be replaced. Clean any residue inside the opening with a Q-tip. When you get the new seal, it won?t slip in. Insert it at a slight angle (double lips down), then take your finger nail and run it around the bottom edge of the seal until it slips in, then push down. Snap the cap back on and your set to go.

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I have had the same problem with my Saeco Digital & Saeco Superautomica machines. After much work and somewhat expense I have finally found a simple fix. All you need to do is replace the gasket which is located just under the water reservoir.
(1) Take the water reservoir off
(2) Pop the round plastic piece located in the middle off (don't worry you won't break it as is it pretty tough)
(3) Take the black rubber gasket out and either:
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(b) replace the gasket with a new one.
which will give it a air tight fit and prevent any further water leakage from the reservoir.

You can get a new gasket for $5!!! :) I got mine at: http://cerinicoffee.com/item.asp?cID=0&PID=90

I also put some Brew Group lube ( http://cerinicoffee.com/Lube_brew_group_saeco.asp ) around the gasket as a temp fix until I completely replaced to gasket. Apparently, what happens is that the original gasket gets old, dry rots or whatever allowing the water to leak out of the reservoir. And then all over your work surface. The Saeco machines are quite intricate but are
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Hi,

There are no screw to be removed, you have to take off the plastic ring in the water inlet. Take a screw driver and set it between the chassis and the water inlet.

Hope this will help you.
/Mirran

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Hi,

Contact Saeco USA and see where they have a local service for Saeco.

Saeco USA Inc.

7905 Cochran Road Suite 100
Glenwillow, OH 44139
Tel. 440-528-2000
Fax 440-542-9173
E-mail: info@saeco-usa.com

Visit the Web: www.saeco-usa.com

/Mirran

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First remember that after foaming your milk and have turned the knob back to´off location. wait until you hear a clicking sound from the machine, might take 2 -5 seconds after it set to off.
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