Tech Tip: Saeco Incanto Deluxe Test Mode & Troubleshooting

Saeco Incanto DeluxeThe Saeco Incanto Deluxe has been around for a loooooooong time … and for good reason! It features a simple digital interface, volumetric programming, Saeco’s SBS brewing system and an easy to use panarello steam wand, all wrapped up in a metal case. If the Vienna is the workhorse of the Saeco superauto line-up, the Incanto may very well be the show pony!

It’s so reliable that even its¬†Certified Refurbished¬†counterparts have a long life after they’ve been re-homed with a new java family, so with a mix of both new and gently-used models on the market, we thought you might want a little guidance on how to troubleshoot, diagnose and possibly resolve some of its minor quirks.

In this duo of videos, Brendan does just that: He first shows us how to get into and then navigate the Test Mode on the Incanto, so that you can run each functional component independently and possibly deduce the source of any issues you’re experiencing. Then he takes us through a walkthrough of the alarms and errors your Incanto may throw at you during the course of doing business. These are as equally important to understand, leading to a speedy resolution (and more coffee!).

If the Incanto Deluxe is your partner in caffeinated crime — or you want it to be — get to know it a little better right now.

SCG Tech Tip: Saeco Incanto Deluxe Test Mode

SCG Tech Tip: Saeco Incanto Deluxe Alarms & Errors

2 comments for “Tech Tip: Saeco Incanto Deluxe Test Mode & Troubleshooting

  1. October 18, 2013 at 6:00 pm

    Need to say the Saeco Incanto Rhondo (reconditioned from you guys) is great, tough and reliable. No digital readouts but smooth to use. And (ahem) your tech staff did a great job on it’s one repair. That’s 2 greats in one post – that never happens.

    • Kat
      October 21, 2013 at 10:13 am

      Great to hear, Judie! ;) I love the Rondo, too — super simple and gets the job done. I think the whole Incanto series was great from the ground up and I personally was sorry to see it go.

      Thanks for sharing your experiences!
      Kat

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