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Hi this shrikant from mumbai.This problem is happen due to dust stuck in tea/hot water valve ( for steam which you rotate).
If you have screw driver set then open the machine by using + screw drive. step below,
1.I here attach picture of valve.
2.you have to open it and clean it ( sea in pic 44,46,47,54).
3.after water leaking stop you have replace one o-ring 54 no. in picture.
4.After you machine work fine.
The leak is most likely from the steam valve, you will have to either buy and replace the o-rings and the pistons in the valve or just buy a new valve assembly and replace it. Easiest solution get the new valve assembly.
sometimes the spout in the door is kinda clogged. Take this out ) need phillips head) and clean it . Make sure to turn the knob on it to left and right while cleaning.
There is no gasket but the little plastic pipe goes in there.
Thank you thank you!!! This problem has been irking us for months! The people in our company adore the coffee the Saeco Incanto Sirius makes so we just lived with the leak. The fix was such a simple thing, heh.
I used a cable tie to clean out the hole. The hole is very small - a design mistake, I'd say - and when I unclogged it I could see the cable tie coming out and coffee sludge flowing into the drip tray.