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konewt
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Posted Sat Oct 5, 2013, 8:22am
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Hi - New here. I recently determined that I needed new brew group drive gears for my Incanto Deluxe. I dismantled the machine taking quite a few photos during the process to help me make sure that I could re-build properly. I didn't take enough pictures! I replaced the gears and have them set correctly for start up but I seem to have an extra water hose! I have the water tank supply hose connected at the bottom of the water tank and into one side of the flow meter. I have the other side of the flow meter feeding to the 'top' or inlet of the ULKA pump. The bottom of the pump fixture has 2 nipples. One is for the small diameter silicone tubing that feeds the heater/boiler unit, and that is in place. The other nipple at the bottom of the pump fixture is for the larger 3rd piece of tubing which I have, bit I don't know where that tube terminates. I found the saeco incanto deluxe repair manuals on line, but there aren't any pictures or illustrations to help. I've also found parts lists and diagrams, but no reference to the 3rd hose.

I like the auto machine when it works, as it makes a fairly decent cup - of course I still prefer the 'real' thing when I visit one of my favorite local coffee houses.
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Posted Tue Oct 8, 2013, 9:44pm
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According to this diagram, the pump is connected to a safety valve on the outlet side. If that's the case, the second water line is probably used to dump the water into the drip tray.
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Posted Wed Oct 9, 2013, 3:53am
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Thanks! I feel sort of dumb not figuring that one out!
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