Best Answer:Go ahead and "break" the glue with a butter knife. It needs to be done, and even though you don't need to re-glue the rubber back on, you can use some if you want. I didn't. I've had my gaggia for about 6 years now, and only repair was changing the magnet twice. Do yourself a favor and buy 2 now so you don't have to pay for shipping twice.
Saeco water sensor fine; it was magnetReview by Edouardo
The water light on my Saeco Magic Deluxe began to go on and was difficult to turn off, even when the reservoir was full. Online chatter seemed to indicate it would be a failed water sensor, but I did some checking and found that moving the magnetic float closer to the sensor the light went off. I wanted to check if perhaps the magnet had lost its power, so I ordered a replacement magnet for $10. Once that was in the machine the water sensor functioned perfectly. If your water light comes on when it shouldn't, be sure to check that magnet! It's quite a bit easier than having the sensor replaced.
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(Posted on 10/24/2011)
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