Tech Tip: Saeco Syntia Test Mode & Troubleshooting
This entry was posted on October 30, 2013.
While it's true that the Saeco Syntia offers a display with icons and text that will signal to you when something is going wrong, we often hear from folks that aren't clear on what's going on with it. Is that a close up of a fly's head or a symbol telling you to descale? Is it signaling that the tap is open a smidge or is it warning you that snakes are coming out of your espresso machine? These are the big questions, folks.
In our next series of Saeco superautomatic espresso machine troubleshooting, Brendan takes on the Syntia series. Using the SS model, he first guides us through Test Mode, which is the highly useful diagnostic tool that enables you to run each functional component separately, and without making coffee, so that you can deduce what might be going on with your Syntia. Then, we dive into interpreting the rather cryptic symbols that appear as errors or alerts on the machine.
Even though we used the SS model for this demonstration, much of this applies to the Syntia Focus and Syntia Cappuccino models, too. If you've wanted to learn more about the inner workings of your machine, these are your go-to videos!
SCG Tech Tips: Saeco Syntia Test Mode