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It's probably clogged up with hard water deposits. Fill the water reservoir with plain white vinegar and put the espresso pot in place as usual, but do not load coffee! Run as usual for making espresso.You may have to run a couple of tanks, until the vinegar is pretty much colorless. Then run a couple of tanks of water to flush the vinegar. If your machine has a steam valve for frothing milk, put the steamer pot under it and open the valve as well. Over time, the steam valve can clog up with milk solids, called casein, which is actually a form of organic plastic.
in the system you have 2 safety valves. one for tank other for coffee boiler. the coffee boiler safety valve should be set at 12 bar.
if safety valve of boiler is leaking try resetting or changing rubber than setting.
ps: do not touch the tank safety valve, only change it with new, tested and sealed one.
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The coffee solenoid valve which is located on the coffee group is having a dirt which is keeping it always open and the water is direct with the mains on this valve so you have continuing water out from the group head. You have to close the water mains valve to stop this. Remove valve and clean it. Dry coffee on the valve can cause also the same problem so clean the valve.
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Is it the "valve" that opens when you push the dispensing bar? If so, it's probable the same problem I had with my model 47655. Under the domed screen inside the holding tank is the valve that opens to dispense the coffee. Mine lost the gasket that prevents leaking. I called Hamilton Beach Product support and was told the gasket cannot be fixed or replaced. I would need a whole new tank. BUT WAIT!!! Believe it or not Hamilton Beach is sending me a whole new tank for the cost of shipping only. $5.00 bucks gets me a whole new tank. Just $5.00 BUCKS!!!!! Amazing. I love my Brew Station and I LOVE Hamilton Beach. They truly do stand behind their products. HAMILTON BEACH PRODUCT SUPPORT 1-800-851-8900 Good Luck to ya......Katherine
I rang Saeco service centre about my leaking water tank and they posted me a new tank - no questions or need to return the faulty item. I believe there may be a bad batch of tanks which leak because of faulty valves.
i have the same problem.. i have found a place that can ship you replacement parts. this link should take you straight to there the valves are only $5 ... http://www.focuselectrics.com/catalog.cfm?dest=itempg&itemid=3169&secid=53&linkon=subsection&linkid=118
I removed the top from the hot water tank & repaired the split hose on the intake side. I also disassembled the the right side air pump & freed up the motor that was frozen. apperantly the check valve leaks very slightly & causes some rust build up on top of the pump motor. Should any one need a new motor you can find a universal hobby motor that you could make fit. these motors run on 3 to 18 volts which should be ok. After the repairs I did a good cleaning with whit vinagar. The machine now works as good as new. Hope this helps out other people with the same problem.
it's possible, like mine with the same problem, that one or more of the plastic feet under the water tank has broken, then making the tank move and upsetting the valve underneath. My one always leaks clean water, never dirty and I have a broken foot.