Descale in the water tank...press nd hold water button and the mechine will do the rest automatically u jst hv to turn on or of the water knop...drawer take it out and take out the brewing unit put them back again thats it.
There are different possibilities for your problem. First the motor might be damaged and is more weak than before that is why is stop when it need to grind beans. In this case only with replacement motor can solve the problem.
Second probably due to long use of oily coffee or low quality coffee beans or other reason there are coffee grounded in the grinder that become like rubber and does not leave the new coffee to pass through grinding burrs. For this either you have to dismantle the whole grinder and its burrs and clean them with brush or you can use a new magic product that you can fin in eBay it can clean automatically the grinder in 30 second see it at the link
First, you're going to need to get the brew group out. Check this out to get the brew group out. You need to remove a screw and pull unless you're really crafty.
This video will help.
a) Yes, lubing will help.
b) Replace the o-ring on the piston in the brew group (it should be orange). It gets old and gummy creating resistance.
c) Reinforce the weak plastic that gets over-torqued.
I own three of these units, one from 2007 (made in Italy, never broke, has tens of thousands of brews) and two newer units (made in Eastern Europe, fewer brews, both broke). I can distinguish the newer ones because they have a "sleep mode". They really overtorque the gear.
I tried repairing with just glue and that lasted (surprisingly) several months. I tried again by using a thick paperclip as a drill bit and that lasted 7 months.
Now with the holes piloted, I drilled a little wider and put in heavier metal from a heavy-duty binder clip. Cheap and very strong! Let's see how long this lasts.
See before and after pictures. This metal won't bend!
when the machine is On for long time ,it going in the STAND BY MODE-green light is flashing slowly.Just press coffe button and wait for a 10 seconds.
When the red light is ON and no flashing it is mean there is no water in the water tank or too much water in the drip tray.
First, I'm Not a Saeco Representative, though I have worked on some Saeco machines.
** Most cases of one side not dispensing coffee is usually coffee that has dried and built up over time to coat the least used spout. This is caused by the machine not being flushed or cleaned daily.
** Follow the MFR's daily cleaning instructions to keep you unit operating properly.
** fill a glass up of water to the rim and place on drain tray. the water in the cup should be even with the glass lip all around the cup. If it's leaning to one side then your machine (or table it on) needs to be level in order for the spout to dispense evenly. Another way to check is to place 2 shot glasses under each spout and brew a double shot. Both should fill at the same time and be the same amount when finished.
** Check your MFR's kit to see if there is a small brush to allow for nozzle cleaning. Otherwise follow the cleaning instructions and do multiple cleanings to get rid of the coffee residue. Once cleaned you need to maintain a regular cleaning schedule.
** There are no serviceable parts in these small home machines. Suggest contacting your vendor or Saeco for service or replacement.
There are multiple models that are listed as Odea Go series. Unfortunately the espresso community does not speak highly of these machines because of the low quality parts and assembly processes. The manufacturer for this unit has changed several times.