You are searching the user manual for your Saeco espresso machine?
For many years Saeco develops and produces high-quality and user friendly automatic espresso machines. Since July 2009, the Saeco brand (based near Bologna, Italy) has been part of the Dutch electrical company Philips. The traditional brand Saeco stands for innovation and sustainable products and is worldwide known.
Technical development does not stop - there are more and more new applications and features in devices. This does not exactly make handling any easier for the user either! Without the right guide, one often has problems to carry out less frequent or more difficult procedures or settings on the device. Even when descaling your Saeco Espresso machine, it is useful if the instructions can be read in the user manual. It's nice when the user manual can be found quickly!
Where can I find a user manual for my Saeco automatic espresso machine?
Saeco strives to offer helpful advice and assistance throughout the life of your appliances. The official Saeco support page will help you in retrieving a Saeco user guide or additional product information sheets. The customer receives information about AquaClean filter, accessories and parts, how to descale, how to clean and maintain the automatic espresso machine. There are is also a section troubleshooting.
What information do you need before downloading a Saeco owner manual? You simply need to enter the model number / product code shown on the appliance label. Click the link below to move to the product manual page.
Saeco Support Service - User Manual
User manuals can be downloaded online for the following Saeco espresso machines
Saeco Xsmall: HD8743, HD8745, HD8747, RI9743, RI9745, RI9747, HD8642, HD8643, HD8644, HD8645, HD8646, HD8647
Saeco Xsmall: RI9752, RI9753, RI9754, RI9755, RI9757
Saeco Syntia: HD8838, HD8839, HD8833, RI9833/11, RI9833/47, HD8836, HD8837, RI9836, RI9837
Saeco Intelia (Evo) OneTouch: HD8753, HD8754
Saeco Xelsis (Evo): HD8943, HD8944, HD8946, HD8953, HD8954, RI9943, RI9944, RI9946
Saeco Intuita: HD8750/1, HD8750/4, HD8750/8, HD8750/9
Saeco Minuto: HD8761, HD8764, HD8760, HD8762, HD8780
Saeco Intelia (Evo) OneTouch: HD8751, HD8755, HD8752, HD8756, HD8770, HD8779
Saeco Exprelia: HD8852/47, HD8854, HD8856
Saeco Royal: RI9913, RI9914
Saeco Moltio: HD8769, HD8778, HD8766, HD8767, HD8768
Saeco Minuto OneTouch: HD8763
Saeco Exprelia Evo: HD8855, HD8857
Saeco Incanto: HD8752, HD8756, HD8770, HD8779
Saeco GranBaristo: HD8964, HD8965, HD8966
Saeco Energica: HD8754
Saeco Easy Italia: HD8754
Saeco GranBaristo Avanti: HD8967, HD8968, HD8969
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Does my Saeco espresso machine need to be descaled?
When you make espresso, you heat the water in the espresso machine, which causes the calcium and magnesium contained in the water to decompose. Lime or boiler scale is formed. This limescale deposits affect boilers, pumps and all water-carrying parts inside. Limescale is formed, which over time slows down the flow of water and can lead to blockages and heating problems.You can prevent this by regularly decalcifying your Saeco Espresso machine. The Saeco espresso machines automatically show you when you need to descale.
How often you need to descale depends, of course, on the amount of coffee prepared and the hardness of the water. The average is once every three months. If you are a frequent user, then more often.
How do I descale my Saeco machine?
This depends on your Saeco series type. Do you have a model of Saeco series PicoBaristo, Incanto, GranBaristo, Intelia, Intuita, Exprelia, Moltio, Minuto, Syntia, Xelsis, Odea, Royal, Xsmall or another model? Saeco offers on its website detailed information about decalcifying the corresponding series/model. Under the following link you will find all the instructions for descaling:
Instruction for descaling your Saeco automatic espresso machine