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EXPLODING SAECO VIA VENETO

I have a second-hand Saeco Via Veneto which worked a couple of times after I purchased it, then is started exploding meaning the pump explodes out, leaving coffee powder all over the machine, kitchen counter, floor etc. Can anyone tell me the reason for this? Is there a way to prevent this "explosion" from happening again?

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Hi,

I think your machine is overheated, try to replace the thermostat on the boiler.

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