Sage Coffee Machine Problems: 7 Common Issues (Simple Fixes)

If you enjoy a good cup of coffee, the Sage coffee machine is a must-get appliance.

Not only is it great at making coffee, but it also comes with several smart features and an appealing look.

However, at times, the Sage coffee machine can run into issues that can limit its functionality.

But there’s nothing to worry about, as you can solve these problems by reading below.

Here are 7 common issues regarding the Sage coffee machine, along with simple fixes to help you prepare a delicious cup of coffee without any complications.

Sage Coffee Machine Not Turning On

Sage coffee machine not turning is commonly caused by a faulty switch tripped fuse, or not being plugged incorrectly 

If your coffee machine doesn’t seem to be turning on, even after plugging in power and switching it on, you are likely facing power supply issues or tripped circuit breaker.

Follow the solutions mentioned below to solve this issue.

Possible Solution(s):

  • Check your power switch by turning it on and off to make sure the machine is getting power
  • First off, check if the power cable has been plugged in properly in a socket that works.
  • To do so, you can try plugging in the machine in a different socket.
  • It’s also a good idea to make sure the circuit breaker hasn’t been tripped and is allowing the power supply to the socket.
  • If the problem persists, there is an internal electrical fault with the circuit board or switches, which require a professional to be fixed.

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Sage Coffee Machine Not Pumping Water

If your Sage coffee machine stops pumping water, the appliance likely needs to be descaled.

The ability of your coffee machine to pump water through it to make coffee may be hampered by hard water build-up.

To remove the build-up, simply run a descaling cycle.

If your coffee machine is experiencing the same issue, it won’t be able to make coffee due to the lack of water.

Here are some solutions to help you fix the problem.

Possible Solution(s):

  • Over time, minerals can accumulate in the water pipes inside your coffee machine, halting water flow, especially if you’ve been neglecting its maintenance.
  • To fix this issue, you will need to descale your coffee machine.
  • To do so, simply run a descaling cycle or mix water and vinegar and pour them into the coffee machine, brewing the solution until it produces a clean brew.
  • Then rinse the coffee machine to get rid of the vinegar.
  • If descaling doesn’t solve the issue, the heating element may malfunction.
  • To test this component, detach the base of your coffee maker and check the conductivity of the heating element.

If unsure about how to descale your Sage coffee machine, best to refer to your Sage user manual.

Sage Coffee Machine Leaking

When the bottom of your Sage coffee maker leaks, it’s most likely due to a full drip tray, a clogged drain, a leaking hose, or a leaking hose connector.

Water leaks from your coffee maker can also be caused by water tank issues such as cracks or faulty valves.

A leak can be quite frustrating as it not only makes things messy but also ruins your coffee.

Sage coffee machines can often start to leak.

However, the solutions mentioned below can prove to be quite helpful.

Possible Solution(s):

  • Check the drip tray, if full remove and empty out excess water.
  • Clean the drip tray and wipe it so its dry. It’s best to empty the drip tray regularly.
  • Calcium and lime can build up in the water system of your coffee maker over time, causing the water levels to rise.
  • So, descale your coffee machine with the help of water and vinegar.
  • However, if descaling doesn’t help solve the issue, you may simply be overfilling the coffee machine

If unsure about how to descale your Sage coffee machine, best to refer to your Sage user manual.

Sage Coffee Machine Not Heating Up

It’s probably a problem with the heating element if your Sage coffee maker takes an unusually long time to make coffee or doesn’t make any at all.

But don’t worry, as the solutions below can help you out of this problem.

Possible Solution(s):

  • In such a situation, the first step is to test the conductivity of the heating element and replace it if there is no current.
  • However, if the heating element is in working condition, the thermostat or the thermal fuse may be out of order.

Best to contact a qualified technician to take a look at your Sage coffee machine

Sage Coffee Machine Dispensing Too Quickly

It’s most likely a problem with the grind setting if your Sage coffee maker is dispensing coffee more quickly than usual.

Check out the steps below to solve this issue.

Possible Solution(s):

  • One of the reasons behind this problem is the grind setting.
  • If the grind setting is too coarse, the coffee will be dispensed quickly.
  • Simply change the grind setting to fix the issue.
  • If the problem persists, try using fresh coffee.

Sage Coffee Machine Brewing Poor Tasting Coffee

Sage coffee machines are known for their incredible taste.

So, if your Sage machine produces bad-tasting coffee, you’re probably dealing with bean quality, grind settings, or water issues.

Refer to the solutions below to solve the issue.

Possible Solution(s):

  • First off, make sure the grind settings are in the most suitable mode.
  • Check the water quality and quality of the coffee beans.

Noting that stale coffee beans smell lifeless, dull, and sometimes even rancid or musty.

  • If everything appears to be in order, clean the group filters and group heads.

Sage Coffee Machine Making Loud Noises

It’s acceptable for coffee machines to make some noise. However, at times, this noise can go well above acceptable levels.

If you notice such levels of noise, it’s likely there’s an issue with your coffee machine water levels or mineral build-up. 

Follow the solutions below to solve the problem.

Possible Solution(s):

  • The best solution to the problem is to descale your coffee machine with vinegar and water solution.
  • However, if the descaling fails to work, check the water level in the tank. A lack of water can often cause noise to be produced.

Loud noises still persist best to contact a repair technician.

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Sage Coffee Machine Still Not Working

If you’ve tried all the above-mentioned solutions for your problems and the coffee machine still fails to function properly, there may be a more technical issue.

However, you may still be able to fix the issue you are facing by reading the user manual of the Sage coffee machine.

It may contain the right solutions to your problem.

But if the user manual is of no help either, you will need to contact a professional to fix your Sage coffee machine.

It’s best to do so if your coffee machine is under warranty.

Sage Coffee Machines Are Any Good?

Yes, Sage Coffee machines are very good.  Sage’s coffee machines are made of stainless steel, a durable and easy-to-clean material that ensures a superior cup of coffee.

Additionally, Sage also ensures a sleek and appealing build to improve aesthetics.

So, it’s safe to say Sage coffee machines are one of the best options you can get when it comes to coffee makers.

Pros and Cons of Sage Coffee Machines

Here are some pros and cons of Sage Coffee Machines.

Pros

  • Premium quality
  • Easy to use
  • Built-in coffee grinder

Cons

  • Expensive compared to other coffee makers

Conclusion

Sage is at the top of the market when it comes to kitchen appliances. As a result, its coffee machines are considered to be the best in the market, as they are the perfect appliance to make a good cup of coffee.

But if you choose to get a Sage coffee machine, make sure to remember the problems and their solutions mentioned above to avoid future complications.

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