Question about Saeco Classico Espresso Machine
There is descaling and then there is descaling.
We have written a good article on how to descale saeco coffee machines which you may find useful.
Try a really heavy descale - use the recommended dosage of descale powder or solution in 3/4 the recommended quantity of water.
Run some coffee through the coffee side of your machine, then the water/steam side of your machine and then allow to sit for a good five monutes before repeating.
Do this until the solution no longer comes out with a greenish tinge and then flush both sides with fresh water.
Make you use on filtered water or an in tank filter in your machine.
If this doesnt work it's off to your saeco service center.
Paul from Coffee Shrine for Saeco Coffee Machines
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
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