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.
More fun than a barrel of monkeys! Although if the monkeys had wrenches you could set them to work on your Saeco Via Venezia Espresso Machine maintenance with this handy tune-up kit brought to you by the Seattle Coffee Gear crew.
- 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.
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|Manufacturer||Seattle Coffee Gear|
|Model||Saeco Via Venezia|
|Product Weight (lbs.)||0.0200|
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Brew head screen
Brew head screw
Brew head gasket
Boiler ball valve and valve spring
1 ounce packet of Dezcal
No bushings included. Hope this helps!
The steamer works fine and foams the milk wonderfully.
Will changing the filter, bushing and casket correct this problem?
If you can get water through the brew head, then it has to do with your coffee or the portafilter. If your coffee is too fine or there's too much in the filter basket, that will impede water from flowing through as it should. The other possibility is that the portafilter is plugged up, so the first suggestion would be to try the portafilter on the machine without any coffee in the basket, and see if you can get water to flow through. It may just need to be cleaned, so you can try soaking the filter basket, and portafilter in a backflush detergent and water mixture, or in hot soapy water before scrubbing it clean.
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