inopethflames Senior Member Joined: 8 Mar 2013 Posts: 25 Location: illinois Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Wed Mar 20, 2013, 2:08pm Subject: Question on Brew Group Cleaning - Help!!
I just took out & cleaned the brew group on my saeco vienna plus for the first time, and i noticed on the bottom of it and a little on the lower sides there was some sticky gel, is that somehow from the coffee or is that just like a gel that is put in from the maker to help with lubrication or something. should i try cleaning it all off? or just leave it because it helps the machine work right. thanks!!
Posted Wed Mar 20, 2013, 5:07pm Subject: Re: Question on Brew Group Cleaning - Help!!
you want to keep it greased. if you dont your brew group will fail more often. Take note where they have the lube and relube every other week/ month, ect. you can purchase food grade lube at some hardware stores,repair places, online ,ect. I got mine from parts guru and a tube will last quite a while.
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