There is an overheat protector on the boiler. If the unit is a newer say 2 years or younger some of the sensors are weak an pop thus shutting down the whole system.
You would have to take the unit completly apart to get to it (not recommended)
Google "authorized Saeco Repair and find a repair center and have them fix it. Probably less than $100
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Did you try plugging the printer into a known live outlet? If the outlet tests good and has available power, check and make sure that no panels have come loose and could have tripped a safety switch during your move of the printer which could cause a no power up issue to prevent damage to printer. If still no luck, try a different power cord and se if that works. Hope this helps.
This can be a power problem it can be a power problem inseide the tv or a power distribution problem from your power outlets. So before you send this to a repair shop you can try to plug the tv to a different outlet by using an extension cord. I understand that you have tried to unplug the tv for several minutes but plugging the tv to a different plug in can make a difference.
If the light is still then means that either the water tank is empty or the bean hopper is empty. If the light is blinking then the Dump box, brew group, or drip tray not properly positioned or service door not closed. So you can make a very good visual check one by one if they are in right position. Good luck.
hello, is it plugged into a gfi outlet ?in most newer kitchen with in the past 15 years most outlets are gfi in your kitchen,thay have a breaker build into the outlet that you can reset on the cover of the outlet also check your breaker on your main power breaker panel and try a different outlet to make sure the wiring for that outlet is'nt bad, also check the plug wires make sure there not loose if nothing then you'll have to take your blender apart to check the internal components.