I have ordered the part by number on the SaecoUSA site.Thank You. Can I assume the piece I pryed up to see the gasket can be completely removed in that manner? No set screws, etc in order to replace gasket? Thanks again, You were most helpful, Jim
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This is an easy fix for a 14$. The seal at the water tank connection is worn. Take the water tank off. There is a round flat topped plastic retainer. Pry off the retainer (comes off easily). You will see a black round o-ring made to fit on a channel. Remove the o-ring and replace.Two minutes and you are without water leaks. I do not remove the tank to fill anymore, I use a pitcher instead. Part number 3 in this diagram. http://www.partsguru.com/user/VIENNA%20PLUS%20DIAGRAM.pdf
have to make sure the group is in part. turn machine off and on should hear the motor go. if the group is stuck take the small screw out of group and will release piece thats on the injector. MUst hold the lever on the front of the group to relase the lock then gently pry it out .
What can have happened is that through an overflow of used coffee the hole in the back is stuffed with the ground used coffee. The way to solve this is getting out the brewing group and rinse the hole with water after removing the cloggin coffee residu. You can find this hole just beneath the outgoing axle.
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.
It would be cheaper to check the thermostat and heating element first and the wiring continuity, although I am not sure if you can find the replacement parts. If you can't, then it looks like you have no choice but to replace the entire assembly.