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Seattle Coffee Gear Tune-Up Kit for Saeco Sirena

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Product Description

Does your coffee taste off? Does it drip around your portafilter? These might be indications that it is time to put the Seattle Coffee Gear Tune-Up Kit to good use. Depending on how often you use your machine will inform your maintenance schedule. Typical daily users require maintenance at 3 or 6 month intervals. More occasional users may find that annual maintenance is sufficient.

Get by with a little help from your friends~Your friends at Seattle Coffee Gear! The SCG Crew has written detailed tune-up instructions for necessary Saeco Sirena Espresso Machine maintenance, including a kit with needed parts:

  • Brew head screen
  • Brew head screw
  • Brew head gasket
  • Boiler ball valve and valve spring
  • (1) - 1 ounce packet of Dezcal

Unsure whether you are up to the task of this Do-It-Yourself maintenance? Take a sneak peek at the instructions before you decide.

How to Guides:

Guide to Descaling

Additional Information

Manufacturer Seattle Coffee Gear
Manufacturer SKU SCGPK-03
Model Saeco Sirena
Product Weight (lbs.) 0.2200

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24Oct15. It's currently out of stock. Any idea if and when you'll be getting more?
A shopper on Oct 24, 2015
Best Answer: We may be getting more in within the next month. Be sure to click the link to "sign up to get notified when this item is back in stock" and you will get an e-mail when we get more in.
Reply · Report · Michele BStaff on Oct 27, 2015
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My Saeco Sirena is leaking (slow drip) from what seems to be the brew head.
I'm guessing it could be from the "boiler ball valve" aging and needing to be replaced?
It also seems because of the leak that I may not have the right type of pressure to brew a good shot.
A shopper on Jan 24, 2013
Best Answer: Doing a tune-up on your machine is the best way to maintain it and eliminate leaking. If you're noticing dripping around the brewhead, it could definitely benefit from these parts and descaling. Any semi-automatic machine will need this maintenance performed regularly, every year or so.
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Jan 28, 2013
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