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Posted on Aug 15, 2007

Saeco Vienna De Luxe Espresso Machine not turning on

The machine has been working fine for 3 years now. I have a few espressos each day, so the machine is always on. I never turn it off except to clean it. I was told that this shouldn't be a problem. Well, a few days ago I wake up to a machine with no power. No lights, no noise. Looks like an electical problem, but I still tried a different power outlet, on-off button several times, removed & replaced brew-group, etc. no luck, not responsive. I haven't taken it apart and would rather leave that to a technician of course. I'm hoping it's not an expensive electrical repair. Any advice?

  • Anonymous Nov 12, 2007

    Machine not turning on.



    1. removed caseing. 2. checked on/off switch for continuety. 3. checked heater element for continuety but no reading, possibly fused.

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The heating element also has a thermal sensor that can trip. They are at the bottom of the heating element, have an amber color and have a small reset switch in the middle of the two electrical power leads. When pushing the switch a small audible click is heard and this resets the thermal fuse.

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The inline fuse on the neutral lead to the micro switch was the problem.Ausis had the answer. Thanks

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    thomas ritchie Aug 18, 2014

    Where is this switch located?

  • Dr_Bob007 Jun 13, 2018

    Logical question. Perhaps attach one or two photos of the in-line fuse and it's location in the wiring harness as well.

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Sounds like it could be a simple fuse in the machine or just needs a reset code

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