Saeco PicoBaristo Super-automatic espresso machine

Saeco PicoBaristo Super-automatic espresso machine

Brews 8 coffee varieties, Automatic Milk Frother, Stainless steel, 10-step adjustable grinder HD8924/47


My Philips/Saeco espresso machine's coffee is lukewarm

If your Philips/Saeco espresso machine's coffee is not warm enough, read along for some tips and tricks on reaching a higher temperature for your coffee.

Change temperature setting in the machine menu (optional)

Change temperature setting to High/MAX. This can only be done if your machine has a Menu button. Enter the menu and select temperature.

Did you add milk or warm milk frothed milk?

Adding cold milk or warm frothed milk to a coffee, in both cases the temperature will decrease to some extent. This is normal behavior.

Did you pre-heat the cups?

Pre-heat the cups with warm water or use a cup heater. Temperature will decrease when brewing coffee in cold cups.

Are you using thick walled cups or a mug?

Use thin walled cups. Thick walled cups absorb heat of the coffee which lowers the in-cup coffee temperature.

Did the temperature dropped over time?

Descale the machine with the Philips/Saeco decalcifier as the internal circuits might be clogged up with scale.

The information on this page applies to the following models: HD8924/47 , HD8927/47 , HD8911/47 , HD8917/47 , HD8869/47 , HD8645/47 , HD8745/57 , HD8767/47 , HD8967/47 , HD8855/47 , HD8758/57 , HD8771/93 , HD8759/47 , HD8964/47 , HD8765/47 , HD8773/47 , HD8966/47 , HD8772/47 , HD8775/48 , HD8852/47 , HD8857/47 , HD8750/47 , HD8954/47 , HD8751/47 , HD8753/87 , HD8752/87 , HD8930/47 , RI9753/47 , HD8856/47 , HD8946/47 , HD8944/47 , RI9913/47 , RI9305/48 , HD8833/47 , HD8838/47 , HD8837/47 , RI9946/47 , HD8745/47 , RI9752/47 , RI9755/47 , RI9757/47 , RI9724/47 , RI9837/05 , RI9833/47 , RI9828/47 , RI9822/47 , RI9752/48 , RI9836/11 , RI9944/04 , RI9944/01 , RI9943/11 , RI9737/20 , RI9754/47 , RI9737/21 , RI9304/47 , RI9304/48 , RI9304/49 , RI9701/48 . more less


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