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kenoki
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Posted Thu Feb 2, 2006, 6:24pm
Subject: Saicaf Machine Set Up!  Help!
 

Hi, we're currently trying to set up a SAICAF brand machine (made in '96)... 2 wands, commercial... for our cafe.  The problem now is loading the water?  On top of the boiler there's this spiggot inside of a cup of some sort (I think overspill thing?) which is connected to a tube that dispenses water all of the counter.  It is very frustrating.  We do not have a guide or really have any idea how to do the initial set up for this thing.  I turn on the machine and punch the "water loading" button and then a flood of water meets the counter and my pants.  I'm sure there is more information I could give but I am not sure what............. any help would be seriously appreciated.  We've been trying to get this thing going for about 2 weeks without any success...... could be due to our own ignorance, but maybe there's something I could check out.  Anyway, help!  help!  help!  I can take digital pictures of the machine and its innards on request.  Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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kenoki
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Posted Sat Feb 4, 2006, 6:32pm
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Hi,  If a patient sort could lend a gal a hand I could still use it............ rather desperately.  Even if someone could refer me to a repair person in the state of Florida (we're in Gainesville) although I'd like to avoid spending those kinds of duckets if possible.  Thanks in advance again..... Someone's gotta know something more than I do here.
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