Question about Saeco Easy Espresso Machine
I've owned a Saeco Easy for 5 months with no problem at all. Recently I've had a problem similar to ones I've read on the site here. The advice from espressodoc was great - I pulled down the trap door and found coffee in the chamber, cleaned it out, things seemed to work again. However, after only two more coffees it jammed again, and when I checked the chamber was full of coffee again. Each time I clean it out it works again but I can't figure out why it's not clogging all the time. I've just recently switched to an oily bean - is it possible that the machine won't work well with all bean types? Thanks for the help. Mike
After quite a bit of digging (not a lot of information out there on this), I found a handful of others who said that oily beans will cause this problem. Sorry I can't give you better news on that. If you do wish to try a new bean though, you might want to check out this site: http://killerbeans.com/site/home.html The satisfaction guarantee is legitimate, and this is the only place I know where you can actually find out the roast date of your order (though you have to ask, he's happy to let you know).
Posted on Aug 31, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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