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Grinder stops on its own in 16 to 18 seconds (times out).
It may not be grinding beans an spinning free because the beans are not feeding.
You may have used oily beans or set the grind fineness at very fine powder like. This powder like fineness also clogs the grinder..
You need to clean the grinding chamber and the ground coffee outlet.

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Saeco Coffee... | Answered on Sep 17, 2019


Have you tried to clean the grinder? If you have used oily beans, the burrs can become clogged, and when the machine tries to grind, it is not able to complete the dose. Then the machine dumps to start again. This is a frustrating feature, but if you remove the beans and vacuum out the chamber, that may solve the problem.

Saeco Coffee... | Answered on Sep 12, 2019


i don't know. using the same liquid volume, please consider running 3 fresh cups of white vinegar through the machine without putting in a puck.. it may just be that the hot water is being directed and restricted to one side of the puck because of a build up of lime. also, your owner's manual may offer other ideas about cleaning or flushing.

Saeco Coffee... | Answered on Aug 26, 2019


The sensor that detects the presence of dredge drawer is not closing. Locate it and fix it or just jump the wiring to the sensor.

Saeco Magic... | Answered on Aug 16, 2019


Gary,

I have the same exact problem with mine starting today, did you get this figured out? I'd love to know if it's fixable or not as I was planning on selling my previous machine. If it's an expensive repair, I'll just have to ditch this one and go back to my previous one.

Saeco Starbucks... | Answered on Jul 20, 2019


Could have a short circuit in the heating element or control circuit

Saeco Coffee... | Answered on Jul 12, 2019


The only thing I can think of is the reed switch on the back of the panel that checks the water level. If there is a float in the water tank check what level it is when it calls for refill, it might be in backwards, or the magnet has moved.

Saeco Odea Giro... | Answered on Jul 11, 2019

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