Re: Simple Saeco machine that brews HOT espresso?
- From: "Jack Denver" <nunuvyer@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 4 Dec 2008 23:34:30 -0500
For much less than the cost of a new machine, I'm sure you could take this machine to someone in your area who does electronic repairs and they would cut the resistor for you. I would call Saeco first (or have them call) and get a detailed description of the location of the resistor. It is really a 5 minute job to clip out a resistor and solder the cut wires back together.
"MacGuy" <flyme2009@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:6f7654fd-22d5-4844-8195-5f2c7ad04cf8@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
631grant- I have heard of this fix. However, I'm uncomfortable
messing with the wiring of the machine. I was hoping Saeco had a
machine without the inherent problem of warm coffee.
On Dec 4, 12:29 pm, "631grant" <tjwit...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
If it is a Saeco Vienna Deluxe, I have a fix to increase the water
temperature up to 180 degrees, but you'll have to take the outer shell off
to get at a resistor and remove it. A Saeco tech told me about this when I
complained about the temperature.
"MacGuy" <flyme2...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I wish I knew the exact model espresso machine however, the machine
grinds, brews, and clears itself. I think super automatico sounds
familiar. They have used the machine for about 5 years and love the
flavor but have always complained about the temperature of the coffee.
Coffee comes out more warm than hot. What attracted them to this unit
in the first place was it’s simplicity. Is there anything in the
current line of Saeco machines that would be similar in simplicity yet
produce a hot espresso. Thanks.
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