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Pressure loss I've lost most of the pressure in my Saeco for the second time now. The first time it was under warranty and Saeco took care of it. I remember the invoice(which I didn't need to pay) showed around $4.00 in parts and 2 hours of labor. It's now doing it again and I don't remember what the problem was. I'm assuming it's the boiler seals. Can someone tell me if I'm on the right track and if that's a common deal with the Saeco's?(A friend with an italia also has been through the same problem 3 times). Also, I found a place I can order the boiler gasket set from and was wondering if this was a terrible chore to attempt myself(I'm very mechanically inclined). Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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Loss of pressure sounds like a faulty pump. You can test that by taking it out of circuit and putting it across 240 volts to see if it passes water. The pumps coil is not polarity conscious. If it makes noises but doesn't pass water, then replace it.
A noisy pump is a sure sign of it being inefficient.

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