Electrolux E24CM75GSS - Water Reservoir 24 Inch Coffee Maker Service manual

Technical Service Manual
Built-In Coffee Maker
E24CM75GSS & E24CM76GSS
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COFFEE MAKER SERVICE MANUAL #5995504676
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Basic Information
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Basic Information
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Built-In Coffee Maker
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Basic Information
Section 1 - Basic Information ................................ 1-1
Section 2 - Installation Information ........................ 2-1
Table of Contents.................................................... 1-2
Safe Servicing Practices ........................................ 1-3
Feature Overview .................................................... 1-4
Basic Operation ...................................................... 1-6
Lighting.................................................................... 1-6
Loading the Coffee Maker ...................................... 1-6
Flushing Out the Coffee Maker .............................. 1-7
Opening the Front Panel ........................................ 1-7
Closing the Front Panel .......................................... 1-7
Operating Instructions ............................................ 1-8
Regular Coffee .................................................. 1-8
Espresso ............................................................ 1-8
Cafe Latté .......................................................... 1-9
Decaffeinated and Ground Coffee .................... 1-9
Cappuccino ...................................................... 1-10
Hot Water for Tea and Other Drinks ................ 1-10
Steaming Milk.................................................... 1-11
Foaming Milk .................................................... 1-11
Programming the Coffee Maker ............................ 1-12
Programmable Features ........................................ 1-12
Accessing the Main Programming Menu .............. 1-13
Feature Menus ...................................................... 1-14
Cumulative Total .............................................. 1-14
Changing the Button Assignment .................... 1-14
Changing the Amount of Water ........................ 1-14
Changing the Grind Time .................................. 1-15
Turning Pre-brewing On and Off ...................... 1-15
Turning Tamping On and Off ............................ 1-15
Changing the Used Coffee Ground Bin Meter.. 1-16
Milk Clean Warning .......................................... 1-16
Group Setting .................................................... 1-16
Changing the Steam Temperature.................... 1-16
Changing the Grinder Setting Warning ............ 1-17
Changing the Water Filter Warning .................. 1-17
Original Factory Programmed Settings.................. 1-17
Adjusting the Coffee Grinder ................................ 1-18
Cleaning the Coffee Maker .................................... 1-19
Cleaning the Outside Surfaces ........................ 1-19
Cleaning the Water Tank (E24CM76GUS ) ...... 1-19
Routine Cleaning Instructions .......................... 1-20
Decalcification Instructions .................................... 1-21
Decalcification for Model E24CM76GUS .............. 1-21
Decalcification for Model E24CM76GUS
with a generic or no filter system .......................... 1-23
Decalcification for Model E24CM75GUS
(Tank Version) ........................................................ 1-24
Important Safety Instructions..................................
Planning the Location ............................................
Technical Specifications ........................................
Pre-Installation Considerations ..............................
Steam Barrier Installation........................................
Plumbing Installation ..............................................
Determine Water Hardness ....................................
Installing the Cabinet Glides ..................................
Installing the Unit in the Cabinet ............................
Coffee Maker Removal ..........................................
Connecting the Plumbing (E24CM76GSS) ............
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Section 3 - Troubleshooting .................................. 3-1
Troubleshooting Chart ............................................ 3-2
Component Technical Information ........................ 3-4
Water Flow Chart .................................................... 3-5
Section 4 - Component Teardown ........................ 4-1
Warnings and Cautions .......................................... 4-2
External Door Components .................................... 4-3
Drip Tray Removal ............................................ 4-3
Control Panel Cover Removal .......................... 4-3
Transformer Removal ........................................ 4-3
Wire Harness Removal ...................................... 4-4
Circuit Board Removal ...................................... 4-4
Light Switch Removal........................................ 4-5
Door Microswitch Removal .............................. 4-5
Power Switch Removal...................................... 4-5
LED Removal .................................................... 4-6
Control Panel Removal...................................... 4-6
Display Assembly Removal .............................. 4-7
Door Assembly Removal .................................. 4-7
Left and Right Side Inner Door Panel................ 4-8
Door Hinge Removal ........................................ 4-8
External Cabinet Components .............................. 4-9
Cover Panel Removal ........................................ 4-9
Water Tank (Water Tank Models Only) ............ 4-9
Door Spring Hook and Holder Removal............ 4-9
Door Lock Removal .......................................... 4-10
Door Pawl Removal .......................................... 4-10
Top Stainless Steel Cover Assembly Removal 4-10
Right Side Access Panel Removal .................... 4-11
Rear Panel and Power Cord Removal .............. 4-11
Stainless Steel Side Cover Panel Removal ...... 4-12
Handle Removal .............................................. 4-12
Slide Removal.................................................... 4-12
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Basic Information
Safe Servicing Practices
Section 4 - Component Teardown (Continued)
Internal Cabinet Components................................
Coffee Grounds Drawer ....................................
Brewing Unit Door Removal ............................
Capacitor Removal ..........................................
Voltage Transformer Removal ..........................
Microswitch Removal........................................
Control Board Removal ....................................
Grinder Assembly Removal ..............................
Grinder Adjustment Screw Removal ................
Grinder Assembly Breakdown ........................
Brewing Assembly Removal ............................
Low Pressure Flow Meter Removal..................
Magnetic Sensor Removal................................
Water Pump Assembly Removal ......................
2-Way Solenoid Removal ................................
3-Way Solenoid and Drain Tube Removal ......
Boiler Assembly Removal ................................
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Avoid personal injury and/or property damage by
observing important Safe Servicing Practices.
Following are some limited examples of safe practices:
1. DO NOT attempt a product repair if you have any
doubts as to your ability to complete the repair in a
safe and satisfactory manner.
2. Always Use The Correct Replacement Parts as indicated in the parts documentation. Substitutions
may defeat compliance with Safety Standards Set
For Home Appliances. Do not exceed maximum
recommended wattage on halogen bulb replacements. Doing so could blow fuses and/or damage
transformers.
3. Before servicing or moving an appliance:
• Remove power cord from the electrical outlet, trip
circuit breaker to the OFF position, or remove fuse.
Section 4 - Parts Lists and Exploded Views ........ 5-1
Electrical Components Exploded View ................
Electrical Components Parts List ........................
Water System Components Exploded View ........
Water System Components Parts List ................
Boiler Assembly Exploded View ............................
Boiler Assembly Parts List ....................................
Grinder Assembly Exploded View ........................
Grinder Assembly Parts List ................................
Brewing Assembly Exploded View ........................
Brewing Assembly Parts List ................................
Door Assembly Exploded View ............................
Door Assembly Parts List ......................................
Miscellaneous Components Exploded View ........
Miscellaneous Components Parts List ..................
• Turn off water supply.
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4. Never interfere with the proper operation of any
safety device.
5. Use ONLY REPLACEMENT PARTS CATALOGED
FOR THIS APPLIANCE. Substitutions may defeat
compliance with Safety Standards Set For Home
Appliances.
6. GROUNDING: The standard color coding for safety
ground wires is GREEN, or GREEN with YELLOW
STRIPES. Ground leads are not to be used as current carrying conductors. It is EXTREMELY important that the service technician reestablish all safety
grounds prior to completion of service. Failure to
do so will create a hazard.
7. Prior to returning the product to service, ensure
that:
Section 6 - Wiring Diagrams .................................. 6-1
• All electrical connections are correct and secure.
Wiring Diagram .................................................... 6-2
• All electrical leads are properly dressed and
secured away from sharp edges, high-temperature
components, and moving parts.
• All non-insulated electrical terminals, connectors,
heaters, etc. are adequately spaced away from all
metal parts and panels.
• All safety grounds (both internal and external) are
correctly and securely connected.
• All panels are properly and securely reassembled
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Basic Information
Feature Overview
The following is an overview of the operation of the Electrolux 24” Built-In Coffee Maker. The purpose of this section is to familiarize the service technician with the basic operation and features of the 24” Built-In Coffee Maker, so
the technician can return the appliance to its proper working condition. For further explanation and details of the
functionality of the unit refer to the Use and Care Guide and the Programming Guide for the unit.
Exterior Features
Front Panel
The front panel has buttons across it that are used to operate your coffee maker. It also
has a display which provides useful information. The front panel opens up to allow
cleaning, maintenance and programming.
Display
The display tells you valuable information about your coffee maker when the power switch
is turned on.
Brewing Compartment The brewing compartment is the area where drinks and water are dispensed.
Coffee Dispenser
Coffee drinks are dispensed from the coffee dispenser. You can adjust the nozzle on the
dispenser up or down.
Power Switch
Use the power switch to turn your coffee system on or off. It is located on the ceiling of
the brewing compartment, below the buttons.
Light Switch
Use the light switch to turn the lights in the brewing compartment on or off. It is located
on the ceiling of the brewing compartment, below the display.
Drip Tray
The drip tray catches spills and water that the coffee system purges during the process of
making coffee.
Front Panel Lock
The front panel of the coffee system is equipped with a lock to keep it from being easily
opened. Remove the drip tray before opening the front panel.
Coffee Bean Container The coffee system grinds the roasted coffee beans you put in the coffee bean container.
Ground Coffee Chute
When making a cup of coffee using pre-ground coffee, put the coffee grounds in the
ground coffee chute. The ground coffee feature is good for making decaffeinated coffee or
ground flavored coffee.
Water Tank
Model E24CM75GUS only. The water tank holds the filtered water used to make coffee.
Use only water with a hardness of four grains per gallon (gps) or less.
Door Release Button
The door release button is used to open the front panel for cleaning, maintenance, and
programming.
Water Tank
Ground Coffee
Chute
Coffee Bean
Container
Front Panel
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Display
Brewing
Compartment
Lock
Steam/Hot Water
Wand
Door Release
Button
Drip Tray
Coffee
Dispenser
Power Switch
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Light Switch
Basic Information
Interior Features
Brewing Unit Door
Open the brewing unit door to clean the inside of your coffee maker and make certain
types of adjustments.
Piston Assembly
The piston assembly is used by the coffee maker to help make coffee. It requires
occasional cleaning.
Grinder Adjustment Screw
Use the grinder adjustment screw (with the included tool) to make the coffee maker
grind the coffee beans more fine or course. The finer the coffee beans are ground, the
stronger the brewed coffee will be.
Used Coffee Ground Bin
The used coffee ground bin catches the used coffee grounds after coffee has been
made. The machine display will prompt the user with a message that the used coffee
bin is full and needs to be emptied.
Serial Number
Label
Piston
Assembly
Brewing Unit
Door
Used Coffee
Ground Bin
Front Panel
(open)
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Coffee Grinder
Adjustment Screw
Basic Information
Basic Operation
Control Panel
Turning Unit On
Lights
Turn on the power switch. It is located on the ceiling of
the brewing compartment, below the front panel.
You will hear the brewing motor prepare to make drinks.
“Please Wait..Heating” will appear on the display for a
few minutes until the unit is ready to operate. “Machine
Ready” will appear on the display when the unit is
ready to make drinks.
Main Power
Switch
NOTE: “Please Wait.. Refill Water Tank” will appear
after turning the unit on if the water tank is empty.
Light
Switch
NOTE: Electrolux highly recommends turing off the
main power switch when the unit is not in use.
Lighting
The lights can be turned on or off at any time, even if
the coffee maker power switch is off. The light switch
is located on the ceiling of the brewing compartment,
on the far right, below the display. Push the light
switch in to turn it on or off.
Water Tank Model E24CM75GUS
Loading the Coffee Maker
1. Grasp both sides of the front panel and slide the
unit out.
2. On model E24CM75GUS, pour filtered water (with a
water hardness of 4 gps or less) into the water
tank. The tank holds 1 ¼ gallons of water (5 liters).
Do not use distilled water.
3. Open the coffee bean container lid. Fill it to ½” from
the top with whole, unflavored, roasted coffee
beans. Do not over-fill!
4. Make sure the water tank, coffee bean container
and ground coffee chute lids are closed and push
the coffee maker into the cabinet.
Ground Coffee Chute
Coffee Bean Container
TO PREVENT PERSONAL INJURY, KEEP YOUR HANDS OUT OF THE COFFEE BEAN COMPARTMENT AND
THE GROUND COFFEE CHUTE.
SOME OF THE METAL SURFACES BEHIND THE FRONT PANEL ARE HOT WHEN THE POWER SWITCH IS
ON. AVOID CONTACT WITH THESE SURFACES.
DO NOT POUR FLAVORED, UN-ROASTED, PARTIAL COFFEE BEANS OR GROUND COFFEE INTO THE
COFFEE BEAN CONTAINER. DOING SO MAY CAUSE THE COFFEE GRINDING MECHANISM TO JAM. IF YOU
WANT FLAVORED COFFEE, POUR FLAVORED COFFEE CREAMERS INTO YOUR COFFEE AFTER YOUR
DRINK HAS BEEN MADE. YOU MAY ALSO MAKE FLAVORED COFFEE USING GROUND COFFEE POURED
INTO THE GROUND COFFEE CHUTE.
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Basic Information
Flushing Out the Coffee Maker
1. If your unit is equipped with a water tank, remove it
from the unit. Empty it and rinse it out with filtered
water. Fill the water tank with filtered water until full
and put it back in the unit.
2. With an empty 2-quart saucepan on the drip tray to
catch the rinse water, push and hold the Decaf
Coffee button until “Insert Cleanser“ appears on the
display. Place the Pulycaff tablet into the ground
coffee chute.
3. Push the Decaf Coffee button again to immediately
start rinsing out the unit. Note that if the Decaf
Coffee button is not pressed again, the rinse will
automatically start in about 20 seconds. The rinse
process takes about 10 minutes. The coffee maker
will turn off and on several times during the
process.
4. When the final rinse is complete, the display will
read “Machine Ready”.
5. Push the Hot Water button to rinse out the water
dispenser. Wait until water stops coming out of the
dispenser.
6. Repeat step 5, four more times.
Single
Double
Single
Double
Decaf
Large
Hot
Water Cappuccin
Push
Button
Opening the Front Panel
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2.
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4.
5.
Turn off the power switch.
Pull the coffee maker out from the cabinet.
Remove the drip tray.
Unlock the front panel.
Push the front panel release button to open the
front panel. The release button is located half way
up on the right side outer frame.
6. To open the brewing unit door, grasp door under
the right side and swing it open.
To Open
Door Push
Here
Closing the Front Panel
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4.
Close the brewing unit door if it is open.
Make sure the drip tray is removed.
Close the front panel and lock it with the key.
Replace the drip tray.
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Basic Information
Operating Instructions
The following is an overview of the operations handled by the control buttons located on the front panel. The service technician will need to be familiar with the operations of the coffee maker to insure proper operation of the unit.
Regular Coffee
The coffee maker can make one or two cups of coffee at a time.
NOTE: A “Large” coffee as programmed in this machine is approximately 10 fluid ounces, or 300 ml. This requires
a standard coffee mug rather than a formal type dinner cup. Decreasing or increasing the filling volume to suit
another cup size requires use of the Programming Guide referenced on page 1-13, or push the “Large Coffee” button again to make the coffee maker stop before the normal amount is dispensed.
1. For one cup of coffee, center a large mug under the coffee dispenser. For two cups, put two cups side by side
under the coffee dispenser.
2. Push the Large Coffee button. The coffee maker will pour about six ounces of coffee. The coffee grinder will
grind and tamp down the coffee beans, and the water pump will hum as the coffee is made. Push the Large
Coffee button again to make the coffee maker stop before the normal amount is dispensed.
NOTE: If two cups are placed under dispenser, the amount of coffee dispensed will be shared between both cups.
3. If you want more coffee dispensed, wait until the display reads “Machine Ready”, then push the Large Coffee
button again.
4. When the display reads “Machine Ready”, carefully remove the cup from the brewing compartment.
Single
Double
Single
Double
Decaf
Large
Hot
Water Cappuccino
Push
Button
Espresso
The coffee maker can make one or two cups of espresso at a time. One “shot” of espresso is a little over one
ounce of strong coffee.
1. For one cup of espresso, center a small cup under the coffee dispenser. For two cups, put two cups side by
side under the coffee dispenser.
2. Push the Single Espresso button for one shot (about one ounce) of espresso. Push the Double Espresso
button, for two shots (about two ounces) of espresso. The coffee grinder will grind and tamp down the coffee
beans, and the water pump will hum as the espresso is made. Push the Single Espresso or Double Espresso
button again to make the coffee maker stop before the normal amount is dispensed.
NOTE: If two cups are placed under the dispenser, the amount of coffee dispensed will be shared between the two
cups.
3. If you want more espresso dispensed, wait until the display reads “Machine Ready”, then push one of the
espresso buttons again.
4. When the display reads “Machine Ready”, carefully remove the cup from under the dispenser.
Single
Double
Single
Double
Push
Button
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Decaf
Large
Hot
Water Cappuccino
Basic Information
Cafe Latté
The coffee maker can make one or two cups of cafe latte at a time. Cafe latte is a large espresso (about three
ounces) with six ounces of steamed milk.
1. Steam a pitcher of milk, six ounces for a single cafe latte or 12 ounces for a double.
2. Pour the steamed milk into a cup large enough to contain 9 ounces of liquid. For one cup of cafe latte, center
the cup under the coffee dispenser. For two cups, put two cups side by side under the coffee dispenser.
3. Push one of the cafe latte buttons (Single Latté or Double Latté). Push the Single Latté button for one large
serving of espresso. Push the Double Latté button for two large servings of espresso. The coffee grinder will
grind and tamp down the coffee beans, and the water pump will hum as the espresso is made. Push the Single
Latté or Double Latté button again to make the coffee maker stop before the normal amount is dispensed.
4. If you want more espresso dispensed for your cafe latte, wait until display reads “Machine Ready”, then push
the Single Latté or Double Latté button again.
5. When the display reads “Machine Ready”, carefully remove the cup from under the dispenser.
Single
Double
Single
Double
Decaf
Large
Hot
Water Cappuccino
Push
Button
Decaffeinated and Ground Coffee
The coffee maker to make pre-ground coffee drinks, one cup at a time. It is an ideal way to make decaffeinated
coffee or flavored coffee drinks.
1. Make sure the power switch is on.
2. Pull the coffee maker out from cabinet.
3. Use the provided coffee scoop to pour enough pre-ground coffee for one cup into the ground coffee chute.
Make sure the coffee goes down the chute into the coffee maker. Use a plastic spoon or stir sick to push the
coffee down the chute if necessary.
4. Close the coffee chute lid and push the coffee maker back into the cabinet.
5. If you will be making a cappuccino or cafe latte, steam or foam the milk first.
6. Put the coffee cup under the coffee dispenser.
7. Push the Decaf Coffee button. Nothing will happen until you perform the next step.
8. Push the drink button for the type of coffee you want to make: Single Espresso, Double Espresso, Single Latté,
Double Latté or Large Coffee.
9. The coffee maker will make the drink selected. The coffee maker will tamp down the ground coffee, and the
water pump will hum as the coffee is made. Push the drink button again to make the coffee maker stop before
the normal amount is dispensed.
10. If you want additional coffee, wait until the display reads “Machine Ready” and repeat steps 2 to 9.
11. When the display reads “Machine Ready”, carefully remove the cup from the brewing compartment.
Single
Double
Single
Double
Decaf
Push
Button
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Large
Hot
Water Cappuccino
Basic Information
Cappuccino
Cappuccino is a coffee drink with about one ounce of espresso with one ounce of foamed milk on top.
1. Prepare an ounce of foamed milk according to page 11. To make two cappuccinos or a large cappuccino,
prepare two ounces of foamed milk.
2. Pour the foamed milk in to a large cup. For one cup of cappuccino, center the cup under the coffee dispenser.
For two cups, put two cups side by side under the coffee dispenser.
3. Push the Single Espresso or Double Espresso button, depending on the size of drink you are preparing. The
coffee maker will tamp down the ground coffee, and the water pump will hum as the coffee is made. Push
Single Espresso or Double Espresso again to make the coffee maker stop before the normal amount of espresso is
dispensed.
4. If you want more espresso dispensed, wait until the display reads “Machine Ready”, then push the Single
Espresso or Double Espresso button again.
5. When the display reads “Machine Ready”, carefully remove the cup from under the dispenser.
Single
Double
Single
Double
Decaf
Large
Hot
Water Cappuccino
Push
Button
Hot Water for Tea and Other Drinks
Use the Hot Water button to brew tea and other hot flavored drinks. The coffee maker dispenses about four ounces
of hot water at a time.
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5.
6.
7.
8.
Put the proper amount of tea or mix for your hot drink into a cup or glass.
Using a hot pad, pull the hot water wand gently toward you, until it sticks out at an angle.
Slip a cup or glass under the hot water wand.
Push the cup (or glass) and the hot water wand gently back into the brewing compartment. Rest the cup gently
on the drip tray.
Push the Hot Water button. The water pump will hum as hot water is dispensed. Push the Hot Water button
again to make the coffee maker stop before the normal amount is dispensed.
If you want more hot water dispensed, wait until the display reads “Machine Ready”, then push the Hot Water
button again.
When the display reads “Machine Ready”, carefully remove the cup or glass from the brewing compartment.
Stir until the drink is properly mixed.
Wipe the steam/hot
water wand with a soft
Hot
Single
Single
Water Cappuccino
Double
Large
Double
Decaf
dry cloth after you are
finished using it.
Push
Button
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Basic Information
Steaming Milk
Steamed milk is milk that is heated with a few bubbles using the cappuccino steamer.
1. Measure out the amount of milk you want to steam into a large mug. You may also use narrow mouthed
stainless steel pitcher to minimize splatter.
2. Using a hot pad, pull the hot water wand gently toward you, until it sticks out at an angle.
3. Slide the mug under the steam wand. Using a hot pad, push the wand and the mug into the coffee maker. Rest
the mug on the drip tray.
4. Push the Cappuccino Steamer button to begin steaming the milk. As steam is dispensed, move the container in
a circle, until the milk is heated to your personal taste. Push the Cappuccino Steamer button again to turn off
the steam.
5. Wait until the steam clears then, carefully remove the milk from under the steam wand. Wipe the steam wand
with a soft dry cloth after you are finished using it.
Single
Double
Single
Double
Decaf
Large
Hot
Water Cappuccino
Push
Button
Foaming Milk
Foamed milk is hot milk with large bubbles. Use the cappuccino steamer to created foamed milk.
1. To create foamed milk, measure out the amount of milk you foam into a large mug. You may also use narrowmouthed stainless steel pitcher to minimize splatter.
2. Using a hot pad, pull the steam wand gently toward you until it sticks out at an angle.
3. Slide the mug under the steam wand. Move the mug up until the end of the steam wand is about ¼” to 1”
below the top surface of the milk.
4. Keeping your hand clear of the steam wand and the mouth of the mug, push the Cappuccino Steamer button.
As steam is dispensed, move the mug in a circle, keeping the wand end just below the surface of the milk.
5. Push the Cappuccino Steamer button again to stop foaming the milk.
6. Wait until the steam clears then, carefully remove the pitcher from under the steam wand. Wipe the steam wand
with a soft dry cloth after you are finished using it.
NOTE: Using non-dairy creamers or half-and-half may cause poor quality foam.
NOTE: The fat content in milk varies according to region and milk brand. For best results you may need to
experiment with different milk fat contents (whole, 2%, 1%), brand names and amount of foaming time.
Single
Double
Single
Double
Decaf
Large
Hot
Water Cappuccino
Push
Button
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Basic Information
Programming the Coffee Maker
Programmable Features
The coffee maker is programmed at the factory to offer the best performance under most conditions. However, the
user can customize how hot drinks are prepared to suit personal taste. In addition, the user can adjust certain
general operation settings.
Button Assignment
(Product Name)
The user can change the type of drink prepared when you push a certain button.
Amount of Water
(Water Volume)
The user can change the amount of water dispensed for each type of drink.
Grind Time
For coffee drinks, the user can change the coffee bean grind time to make the coffee
stronger or weaker. The longer the grind time, the more coffee beans are ground and the
stronger the coffee.
Pre-Brewing
Pre-brewing soaks the coffee grounds in water to help with flavor extraction. The user can
turn it on or off.
Tamping
The user can turn the tamping feature on or off. Tamping compresses ground coffee beans
to increase coffee strength.
Used Coffee Ground
Bin Meter
(Grounds Number)
The user can change the amount of coffee that builds up in the used coffee ground bin
before the “Drawer Full” message appears on the display.
Milk Clean Warning
Set at the factory to 0. Do not change.
Clean Warning
Set at the factory to 30. Do not change.
Group Setting
Set at the factory to 2.0. Do not change.
Grinder Setting
Warning
It indicates that the coffee grinder may need to be adjusted. Do not change this setting
unless coffee quality has changed.
Steam Temperature
Allows you to set the temperature of the steamed milk. Electrolux recommends you leave it
at the factory setting (125°C/257°F).
Water Filter
Model E24CM76GUS only. If a water filter is installed on the coffee maker, you can set the
unit to display a message when the filter needs to be changed.
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Basic Information
Accessing the Main Programming Menu
ELECTROLUX TAKES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY PROBLEMS CAUSED BY CHANGES TO THE FACTORY
DEFAULT SETTINGS. CHANGES TO THE SETTINGS MAY CAUSE SEVERE BURNS OR SICKNESS DUE TO
BACTERIA GROWTH. IF YOUR COFFEE MAKER FAILS TO OPERATE PROPERLY AFTER
PROGRAMMING, ELECTROLUX SUGGESTS THAT YOU RETURN THE UNIT TO ITS ORIGINAL FACTORY
SETTINGS.
1. Make sure the power switch is on and remove the drip tray.
2. Unlock the front panel door. When the door is open, the buttons on the front of the unit will not make drinks
when pushed.
3. “Machine Off - Front Panel Open” should appear on the display. If it does not, find the white button on the
back of the front panel door. Push and release the white button. Check again to make sure “Machine Off Front Panel Open” appears on the display.
4. With the front panel door open, push and release the Single Espresso button on the control panel. Nothing will
appear to happen.
5. Pull out on the white button on the back of the front panel door. You will hear the normal sound of the tamping
motor cycling. In about five seconds “Cumulative Total” will appear on the display. The unit is now in the manual programming mode.
6. Use the four buttons on the left of the front panel to program the coffee maker. The drink functions on the buttons are ignored during the programming process.
7. Change the feature settings according to the directions in the Feature Menus section on the following pages.
NOTE: If you scroll down past the “Water Filter” setting, the unit will exit the programming menu and the buttons
will again function as a coffee maker (“Machine Ready” will appear on the display when you leave the programming
menu). If you leave the programming menu accidentally, re-enter it according to the steps above.
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Basic Information
Feature Menus
Cumulative Total:
The cumulative total feature allows you to view the total number of drinks made by your coffee maker and the
number of individual drinks made. It is not programmable. To view the number of drinks made:
1.
2.
3.
4.
With “Cumulative Total” displayed on the main programming menu, push the MENU button.
To check each drink individually, repeatedly push the MENU button.
Push the SET button to exit to the main menu.
Push the DOWN button repeatedly to select a feature to change or close the front panel door to exit the main
programming menu.
Changing the Button Assignment
With the main programming menu accessed, push the UP or DOWN button repeatedly until “Product Name”
appears on the display. “Product Name” changes the type of drink programmed for each button.
1. Push the MENU button.
2. Repeatedly push the MENU button to see the drink assigned to each button. Each drink type is shown has a
number in the upper right of the display. The number represents the button programmed for this drink. 1 is the
button on the far left, 2 is the next button to the right and so on. Stop on the button number you want to
change.
3. To select a drink for the button number shown, scroll using the UP or DOWN buttons until you find the desired
beverage.
4. Push the SET button to exit to the main menu.
5. Push UP or DOWN repeatedly to select another feature to change or close the front panel door to exit the main
programming menu.
]
Changing the Amount of Water
With the main programming menu accessed, push the UP or DOWN button repeatedly until “Water Volume”
appears on the display.
1. Push the MENU button.
2. Repeatedly push the MENU button to see the amount of water (in CCs) dispensed with each drink. Stop on the
drink for which you want to change the amount of water dispensed.
3. To adjust the water amount, push the UP or DOWN buttons.
4. Push the SET button to exit to the main menu.
5. Push UP or DOWN repeatedly to select another feature to change or close the front panel door to exit the main
programming menu.
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Single
Double
Single
Double
MENU
UP
SET
DOWN
Basic Information
Changing the Grind Time
With the main programming menu accessed, push the UP or DOWN button repeatedly until “Grind Time” appears
on the display.
1. Push the MENU button.
2. Repeatedly push the MENU button to see the grind time for each drink. Stop on the drink for which you want to
change the grind time.
3. To adjust the grind time, push the UP or DOWN buttons.
4. Push the SET button to exit to the main menu.
5. Push UP or DOWN repeatedly to select another feature to change or close the front panel door to exit the main
programming menu.
Turning Pre-brewing On and Off
With the main programming menu accessed, push the UP or DOWN button repeatedly until “Pre-brewing” appears
on the display.
1. Push the MENU button.
2. Repeatedly push the MENU button to see the pre-brew status for each drink. Stop on the drink for which you
want to turn pre-brewing on or off.
3. Push the UP or DOWN buttons to select “Yes” or “No”.
4. Push the SET button to exit to the main menu.
5. Push UP or DOWN repeatedly to select another feature to change or close the front panel door to exit the main
programming menu.
]
Turning Tamping On and Off
With the main programming menu accessed, push the UP or DOWN button repeatedly until “Tamping” appears on
the display.
1. Push the MENU button.
2. Repeatedly push the MENU button to see the tamping status for each drink. Stop on the drink for which you
want to turn tamping on or off.
3. Push the UP or DOWN buttons to select “Yes” or “No”.
4. Push the SET button to exit to the main menu.
5. Push UP or DOWN repeatedly to select another feature to change or close the front panel door to exit the main
programming menu.
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Single
Double
Single
Double
MENU
UP
SET
DOWN
Basic Information
Changing the Used Coffee Ground Bin Meter
With the main programming menu accessed, push the UP or DOWN button repeatedly until “Grounds Number”
appears on the display.
1. Push the MENU button.
2. To adjust the number of grounds detected in the bin before the “Drawer Full” message appears on the display,
push the UP or DOWN buttons. The default setting is 20.
3. Push the SET button to exit to the main menu.
4. Push UP or DOWN repeatedly to select another feature to change or close the front panel door to exit the main
programming menu.
Milk Clean Warning
Pre-set at the factory to 0 (off). Do not change. The milk clean warning is not used on this version of coffee maker.
Routine Cleaning Warning Time (Clean Warning)
Pre-set at the factory to 30 cycles. Do not change. This setting is not applicable to this version of coffee maker.
ELECTROLUX TAKES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY PROBLEMS CAUSED BY CHANGES TO THE FACTORY
DEFAULT SETTINGS. CHANGES TO THE SETTINGS MAY CAUSE SEVERE BURNS OR SICKNESS DUE TO
BACTERIA GROWTH.
Group Setting
With the main programming menu accessed, push the UP or DOWN button repeatedly until “Group” appears on the
display.
1. Push the MENU button.
2. If the group number is not set to 2.0, push the UP or DOWN buttons until the display shows a group setting of
2.0. The coffee maker will not work properly set to any other value.
3. Push the SET button to exit to the main menu.
4. Push UP or DOWN repeatedly to select another feature to change or close the front panel door to exit the main
programming menu.
Changing the Steam Temperature
With the main programming menu accessed, push the UP or DOWN button repeatedly until “Steam Temperature”
appears on the display.
1. Push the MENU button.
2. To adjust the coffee temperature, push the UP or
DOWN buttons. The default is 125°C/257°F.
3. Push the SET button to exit to the main menu.
4. Push UP or DOWN repeatedly to select another feature
to change or close the front panel door to exit the main
programming menu.
Single
Double
Single
Double
MENU
UP
SET
DOWN
3
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Basic Information
Changing the Grinder Setting Warning
With the main programming menu accessed, push the UP or DOWN button repeatedly until “Grinder Setting”
appears on the display.
1. Push the MENU button.
2. To adjust the amount of drinks prepared before the “Grinder Setting” message appears on the display, push the
UP or DOWN buttons. The factory recommended setting is the default setting of 0 (off).
3. Push the SET button to exit to the main menu.
4. Push UP or DOWN repeatedly to select another feature to change or close the front panel door to exit the main
programming menu.
Changing the Water Filter Warning
If a water filter is installed to lower the hardness of the water supplied to your coffee maker, the user can program
the system to warn you when the filter cartridge needs to be changed. Check the manufacturer instructions for the
filter cartridge capacity. Enter the filter capacity into the coffee maker in liters (3.8 liters = 1 gallon).
1. With the main programming menu accessed, push the UP or DOWN button repeatedly until “Water Filter”
appears on the display.
2. Push the MENU button.
3. To adjust the number of liters used by the coffee maker before the “Water Filter” message appears on the display, push the UP or DOWN buttons.
4. Push the SET button to exit to the main menu.
5. Push UP or DOWN repeatedly to select another feature to change or close the front panel door to exit the main
programming menu.
Original Factory Programmed Settings
Button Settings
Button
Number*
Drink Type
1
2
3
4
5
Single
Double
Single
Double Decaf
Espresso Espresso Espresso Espresso Coffee
6
7
8
Coffee
Hot
Water
Cappuccino
Steamer
WaterAmount
in CCs**
42
80
82
160
NA
300
20
Sec.
NA
Grind Time
(seconds)
8.5
10.5
9.0
11.0
NA
9.0
NA
NA
Pre-brewing
(seconds)
No
No
No
No
NA
No
NA
NA
Tamping
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
NA
No
NA
NA
* From left to right
** Includes the water absorbed by the coffee.
Other Default Settings
Grounds Number
Milk Clean Warning
Grinder Setting Warning
20
Steam Temperature
0 (off)
Clean Warning
30
Group Setting
2.0
Water Filter
1-17
0 (off)
125°C/257°F
0 (off)
Basic Information
Adjusting the Coffee Grinder
The mesh of the coffee grinder blades is pre-set at the
factory. Adjust the grinder blades only if the quality of
the coffee changes. The finer the coffee is ground, the
stronger it will be.
Bean
Container
COFFEE WILL POUR INTO A CUP YOU PUT
UNDER THE COFFEE DISPENSER TUBE DURING
THE ADJUSTMENT PROCESS. TO AVOID BURNS,
KEEP BODY PARTS AND CLOTHING CLEAR OF
THE DISPENSER AND DRIP TRAY AREAS.
Insert Adjustment
Tool
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO ADJUST THE GRINDER
WHEN THE GRINDER IS NOT ON. DAMAGE TO
THE GRINDER BLADES MAY OCCUR.
The grinder is adjusted while it is running, using the
adjustment wrench supplied with your coffee maker.
Single
1. Open the front panel and brewing unit doors.
2. Install the drip tray on the floor of the brewing
compartment and put a coffee cup under the coffee
dispenser.
3. Pull out the white button on the back of the front
panel.
4. Insert the grinder adjustment tool into the end of
the grinder adjustment screw.
5. Turn on the power switch and wait for “Machine
Ready” to appear on the display.
6. Push the Double Espresso button and turn the
grinder adjustment wrench while you hear the
grinder motor running, according to the label next
to it. Stop turning it when the grinder motor stops.
To continue adjusting, push the Double Espresso
button again. Begin the adjustments by turning the
adjusting wrench 1 revolution and checking the
amount of coffee being ground. Continue with one
turn adjustments until the desired strength of coffee
is produced.
7. Remove the drip tray.
8. Close the front panel.
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Double
Push
Button
Single
Double
Step 6
Decaf
Large
Hot
Water Cappucc
Basic Information
Cleaning the Coffee Maker
The Coffee Maker must be cleaned and maintained by the user according to the chart below. For further details on
cleaning and maintenance refer to the Use and Care Guide for the unit.
Cleaning the Outside Surfaces
Wipe stainless steel surfaces with a damp, soft cloth soaked with mild detergent to remove beverage stains, fingerprints, and other smudges.
To prevent damage to stainless steel surfaces, always wipe in the direction of the grain.
Use only the cleaners indicated. Chlorine or chlorine compounds in some cleaners are corrosive to stainless
steel.
DO NOT use abrasives to clean stainless steel surfaces.
Never allow beverage stains, creamers or sugar to remain on stainless steel for any length of time.
Coffee Maker Cleaning Schedule
Water Tank
(E24CM75GSS)
Daily
Routine
Cleaning
Decalcification Service Call
X
Every 30 cycles
(or once a week)
X
X
Monthly
Every 2500 cycles
(Approx. 2 ½ years)
X
Figure 1-13. Overall Dimensions
Cleaning the Water Tank (E24CM76GUS only)
In the interest of safety, clean the water tank daily to
prevent bacteria build-up.
1. Use filtered water (4 gps maximum water hardness)
DO NOT use distilled water.
2. Slide the coffee maker out of the cabinet and
remove water tank from the top of the unit.
3. Empty and rinse out the water tank.
4. Fill tank with filtered water and put it back in the
top of the unit.
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Basic Information
Routine Cleaning Instructions
Clean Group” appears on the display every 30 cycles to inform the user that the system needs a
The message “C
routine cleaning. The routine cleaning process involves cleaning the coffee dispenser, the drip tray and surrounding
Clean Group” message will disappear after the cleaning is done.
areas, and a system flush. The “C
To clean the unit, use a solution of mild detergent and warm water, a soft lint-free brush, and the coffee maker
cleaning brush provided with the unit.
1. Make sure the power switch is on.
2. Pull the coffee maker out from the cabinet.
3. Open the ground coffee chute door on top of the unit. Pull out the ground coffee chute. Wipe out any grounds
sticking to it and replace it.
4. Remove the drip tray and open the front panel and brewing unit doors.
5. Empty any water out of the drip tray and wipe it with a soft cloth dampened with mild detergent and rinse with
water.
6. Remove and empty the used coffee grounds bin.
NOTE: The power switch must be on while dumping out the used coffee grounds bin for the “Drawer Full” message
to clear from the display.
7. Use the provided cleaning brush to remove any residual coffee grounds from the piston assembly and the
inside of the brewing unit.
NOTE: The piston assembly is hot!
NOTE: To prevent damage to the front panel, make sure the drip tray is removed before closing it.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Replace the used coffee grounds bin.
Make sure the drip tray is removed. Close the front panel door and lock it. Remove the key.
Push the unit back into the cabinet and replace the drip tray.
Clean Group” message should disappear after the flush is done.
Flush the system out. The “C
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Basic Information
Decalcification Instructions
The monthly decalcification and cleaning process
cleans out mineral deposits in the water and coffee
delivery systems. If the mineral deposits are allowed to
build up, the coffee maker will eventually stop working
properly. The decalcification process takes about 4
minutes.
When decalcification is needed, only use the following
Electrolux approved cleaners.
Electrolux p/n ACCKIT-24
Kit containing Puly Detergent Tablets and
Decalcification powder.
Electrolux p/n ACCTKITA-24
The decalcification powders, tablets and
solutions can damage stainless steel surfaces.
To avoid damage, rinse any surfaces that come into
contact with the decalcification powder, tablets and
solutions thoroughly with a mild
solution of warm water and detergent.
Divider Insert
Decalcification kit (E24CM76GUS only).
Decalcification for Model E24CM76GUS
The following instructions are for units with an
Electrolux ACCFILT-24 water filter system installed.
An ACCKITA-24 flushing cartridge is required.
1. Remove the divider insert from the flushing cartridge with a small screw driver.
2. Dissolve one packet of Puly Decalcifying Powder in
12 ounces of warm filtered water. Use a measuring
cup.
3. Fill the flushing cartridge with the solution and top it
off with filtered water. Reinstall the divider insert.
4. Turn the water supply on the filter head off.
5. Push the Hot Water button on the coffee system to
relieve the water pressure.
Single
Double
Single
Double
Decaf
Large
Flushing Cartridge
Hot
Water Cappucc
Push
Button
Divider Insert
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Basic Information
Decalcification for Model E24CM76GUS (Continued)
6. Grasp the filter cartridge and rotate it clockwise
until it stops. Firmly pull the filter down and out of
the
filter head. Some water drain off will occur.
7. Install the flushing cartridge. Push in firmly and
rotate it counter-clockwise. Pull it down to insure
that it is locked into place. Turn the water supply
back on.
8. Put a 2-quart container or sauce pan on the drip
tray under the hot water and coffee dispensers to
collect the wash and rinse water. Point the hot
water wand into the pan.
9. Turn the water supply on the filter head on.
10. Push the Hot Water button. Wait for the water to
stop. Repeat this process twice to remove air.
11. Put one detergent tablet in the ground coffee chute.
12. Push and hold the Decaf Coffee button until “IInsert
Cleanser“ appears on the display.
13. Push Decaf Coffee again to immediately start the
cleaning cycle. If the Decaf Coffee button is not
pushed again, the cleaning cycle will automatically
start in about 20 seconds. The cleaning process
takes about 10 minutes. The coffee maker will turn
on and off several times during the process.
Machine Ready” appears on the display, the
14. When “M
cleaning process is complete. Turn the water supply
on the filter head off.
15. Push the Hot Water button on the coffee system to
relieve the water pressure.
16. Reinstall the water filter. Replace the filter cartridge
if it is older than a year with Everpure p/n 9270-72.
17. Turn the water supply on. Flush out coffee system.
Filter Head
Valve
Filter Cartridge
Single
Double
Single
Double
Decaf
Large
Step 9
Single
Double
Single
Double
Steps 12&13
Single
Double
Single
Double
Decaf
Push
Button
Large
Hot
Water Cappucc
Large
Hot
Water Cappucc
Push
Button
Decaf
Step 15
1-22
Hot
Water Cappucc
Push
Button
Basic Information
Decalcification for Model E24CM76GUS (Plumbed
Version) with a generic or no filter system.
Single
1. For Model E24CM76GUS to be decalcified, the
water line must be in an accessible location. The
type of fittings and hoses required to connect it
depend on the type of installation.
2. Use an Electrolux ACCFILT-24 filter kit and an
Electrolux ACCKITA-24 flushing cartridge.
3. When the coffee system is pulled out, there is
approximately a three inch space to reach behind.
4. Turn off the water supply to the coffee system and
pull it out from the cabinet.
5. Push the Hot Water button. Wait for the water to
stop. Repeat this process twice to remove air.
6. Remove the divider insert from the flushing cartridge with a small screw driver.
7. Dissolve one packet of Puly Decalcifying Powder in
12 ounces of warm water. Use a measuring cup.
8. Fill the flushing cartridge with solution and top it off
with water. Reinstall the divider insert.
9. Install the flushing cartridge into the filter head.
Keep it upright so no water runs out.
10. Disconnect the far end of the water hose that
connects to the coffee maker from the water supply.
11. Connect the hose to the filter head outlet (see the
arrow on the head)
12. Connect the house water supply to the inlet on the
filter head.
13. Turn on the water supply.
14. Put a 2-quart sauce pan on the drip tray under the
hot water and coffee dispenser to collect wash and
rinse water. Point the hot water wand into the pan.
15. Push the Hot Water button. Wait for the water to
stop. Repeat this process twice to remove air.
16. Put one detergent tablet in the ground coffee chute.
17. Push and hold the Decaf Coffee button until “Insert
Cleanser“ appears on the display.
18. Push Decaf Coffee again to immediately start the
cleaning cycle. If the Decaf Coffee button is not
pushed again, the cleaning cycle will automatically
start in about 20 seconds. The cleaning process
takes about 10 minutes. The coffee maker will turn
off and on several times during the process.
Double
Single
Double
Decaf
Large
Step 5
Hot
Water Cappucc
Push
Button
Divider Insert
Single
Double
Single
Double
Decaf
Large
Step 15
Single
Double
Single
Double
Steps 17&18
Decaf
Large
Hot
Water Cappucc
Push
Button
Hot
Water Cappucc
Push
Button
21. Turn the water back on. Push the Hot Water button.
Wait for the water to stop. Repeat this process
twice to remove air.
22. Flush out the coffee system.
19. When “Machine Ready” appears on the display, the
cleaning process is done.
20. Turn the water supply on the filter head off.
Disconnect the filter head and reconnect the coffee
maker to the water supply line.
Single
Double
Single
Double
Decaf
Large
Step 21
1-23
Hot
Water Cappucc
Push
Button
Basic Information
Decalcification for Model E24CM75GUS
(Tank Version)
1. Put a 2-quart sauce pan on the drip tray, under the
coffee dispenser to collect wash and rinse water.
2. Remove the water tank from the unit. Empty tank,
rinse it out, and put it back in the unit.
3. Pour a packet of Puly Decalcifying Powder into a
16 ounce bottle. Fill the bottle with warm filtered
water and shake well until the powder is dissolved.
4. Pour the mixture into the water tank.
5. Fill the tank with filtered water until it is half full.
6. Push and hold the Decaf Coffee button until “Insert
Cleanser“ appears on the display.
7. Push Decaf Coffee again to immediately start the
cleaning cycle. If the Decaf Coffee button is not
pushed again, the cleaning cycle will automatically
start in about 20 seconds. The cleaning process
takes about 10 minutes. The coffee maker will turn
off and on several times during the process.
8. When “Machine Ready” appears on the display, the
cleaning process is done.
9. Push the Hot Water button to clean out the water
dispenser.
10. Wait until water stops coming out of the dispenser.
11. Repeat step 9, four more times.
12. Flush the residual detergent out of the system.
Single
Double
Single
Double
Steps 6&7
Single
Double
Single
Double
Decaf
Large
Hot
Water Cappucc
Large
Hot
Water Cappucc
Push
Button
Decaf
Step 9
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Push
Button
Installation Information
Section 2
Installation Information
of
Built-In Coffee Maker
2-1
Installation Information
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Safety Precautions
Do not attempt to install or operate this appliance until you read the safety precautions in this guide. Safety items
throughout this guide are labeled with a Warning or Caution based on the risk type.
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Caution indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
ELECTROLUX CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY OR INJURY TO PERSONS
CAUSED BY FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE AND SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THIS SERVICE MANUAL.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRICAL SHOCK, OR INJURY WHEN USING YOUR COFFEE MAKER,
FOLLOW BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING:
-
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE OPERATING THE COFFEE MAKER .
-
BEFORE PERFORMING ANY TYPE OF SERVICE OR INSTALLATION, MAKE SURE THAT ELECTRIC
POWER TO THE COFFEE MAKER IS DISCONNECTED.
-
TO AVOID THE POSSIBILITY OF EXPLOSION OR FIRE, DO NOT STORE OR USE COMBUSTIBLE,
FLAMMABLE, OR EXPLOSIVE LIQUIDS OR VAPORS (SUCH AS GASOLINE) INSIDE OR IN THE
VICINITY OF THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
-
THIS APPLIANCE IS EQUIPPED WITH A THREE-PRONG GROUNDING PLUG FOR PROTECTION
AGAINST POSSIBLE ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARDS. PLUG IT ONLY INTO A DEDICATED, GROUNDED
ELECTRICAL OUTLET. WHEN ONLY A STANDARD TWO-PRONG ELECTRICAL OUTLET IS
AVAILABLE, THE CUSTOMER MUST HAVE IT REPLACED WITH A DEDICATED, PROPERLY
GROUNDED THREE-PRONG ELECTRICAL OUTLET BEFORE USING THIS APPLIANCE. DO NOT
UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, CUT OR REMOVE THE THIRD (GROUND) PRONG FROM THE POWER
CORD. DO NOT USE AN ADAPTER PLUG. DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD. DO NOT USE A
POWER CORD THAT IS FRAYED OR DAMAGED. THE USE OF A GROUND FAULT INTERRUPTER
(GFI) IS NOT RECOMMENDED.
-
DO NOT INSTALL OR USE A DAMAGED APPLIANCE. IF YOU RECEIVE A DAMAGED APPLIANCE,
IMMEDIATELY CONTACT YOUR DEALER OR BUILDER.
-
DO NOT USE THE COFFEE MAKER UNTIL IT HAS BEEN PROPERLY INSTALLED BY A QUALIFIED
INSTALLER ACCORDING TO THESE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. THE INSTALLER MUST SHOW
THE CUSTOMER THE LOCATION OF THE POWER PLUG SO THAT THEY KNOW WHERE AND HOW TO
DISCONNECT POWER TO THE COFFEE MAKER.
-
DO NOT INSTALL, REPAIR, OR REPLACE ANY PART OF THE COFFEE MAKER UNLESS
SPECIFICALLY RECOMMENDED IN THE LITERATURE ACCOMPANYING IT. A QUALIFIED SERVICE
TECHNICIAN SHOULD PERFORM ALL OTHER SERVICE.
-
KEEP PACKAGING MATERIALS AWAY FROM CHILDREN. PLASTIC SHEETS AND BAGS CAN CAUSE
SUFFOCATION.
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Installation Information
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (CONTINUED)
-
DO NOT TAMPER WITH THE CONTROLS.
-
CLEAN THE COFFEE MAKER THOROUGHLY ACCORDING TO THE FLUSHING OUT THE COFFEE
MAKER SECTION IN THE USE AND CARE GUIDE BEFORE OPERATING IT FOR THE FIRST TIME.
-
WHEN INSTALLING OR CLEANING THE MECHANICAL PARTS OF THE COFFEE MAKER, EXERCISE
CARE WITH HANDS AND ARMS AROUND THE METAL EDGES.
-
MANY METAL SURFACES BEHIND THE FRONT PANEL AND INSIDE THE BREWING COMPARTMENT
ARE HOT WHEN POWER IS ON. EXERCISE CARE AROUND METAL SURFACES IN THESE AREAS
WHEN THE POWER SWITCH IS IN THE ON POSITION.
-
DURING NORMAL OPERATION, THE PERSON USING THE COFFEE MAKER MUST PULL IT OUT
FROM THE CABINET TO FILL THE COFFEE BINS, ETC. TO PREVENT PERSONAL INJURY, WHEN
PUSHING THE COFFEE MAKER BACK INTO THE CABINET, MAKE SURE BODY PARTS AND
CLOTHING ARE CLEAR OF THE PORTION OF THE COFFEE MAKER BEHIND THE FRONT PANEL.
-
TO PREVENT AN ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD DUE TO STEAM AND WATER LEAKAGE, DO NOT
INSTALL THIS APPLIANCE ABOVE OR BELOW ANY OTHER APPLIANCE .
Caution
-
Metal edges may be sharp. Use caution and wear appropriate safety equipment when servicing coffee
makers to avoid personal injury.
-
To prevent jamming of the grinding mechanism, use only the types of coffee beans specified in these
instructions.
-
Remove the drip tray before closing the front panel door. Closing the front panel door without the drip tray
removed could damage parts of the coffee maker.
-
To prevent property damage, the back of the cabinet must be ventilated.
2-3
Installation Information
Planning the Location
This section of the manual covers some of the installation issues that a service technician may need to know when
servicing an Electrolux 24” Built-In Coffee Maker. If additional installation information is needed after reviewing this
section of the manual, please refer to the installation guide or contact the Electrolux Customer Service Department.
1. All statutory regulations, local and regional codes and local power supply company connection specifications
must be strictly observed.
2. The supplied power cord is 60” (152.4cm) long, terminated by a three-prong plug. It is located in the lower
right rear corner on the back of the unit. It must be plugged directly into a dedicated, wall-mounted electrical
receptacle.
3. The electrical outlet (and water shut off valve for model E24CM76GSS) should be located in an adjacent cabinet. Both must be accessible when the unit is installed.
4. The coffee maker(E24CM76GSS) is supplied with a flexible water hose for connection to a 1/4” threaded water
line connection. See page 2-7 for further information on planning the water line connection.
5. The coffee maker must be installed at a safe distance from other sources of heat, such as home appliances, in
order to avoid an excessive rise in temperature.
6. For ventilation purposes, there must be a slot near the top of the cabinet back. The minimum dimensions are
4” X 12” (10.0 X 30.0cm).
4”
(100mm - 300mm)
Ventilation Cut-Out
in Cabinet Back
1” Min.
(26mm)
24”
(610mm)
22 1/8” - 22 3/8”
(562mm - 568mm)
3/4” (19mm)
Min. Side Walls
20 3/4”
(527mm)
3/4” (19mm)
Level Support Platform
Optimal Water
and Electrical
Supply Location
Steam Barrier
(provided)
1/8”
(3mm)
17 7/8”
(454mm)
22 3/16”
(564mm)
3/4” (19mm)
Min. Side Walls
Screw 8 places
(provided)
1” Min. (26mm)
8””
(203mm)
1” (26mm)
Figure 2-1. Installation Site Requirements
2-4
Installation Information
Install unit low enough
for easy access to
coffee bins on top
Overhanging
cabinet
DO NOT INSTALL THE COFFEE MAKER IN AN
UNRESTRAINED, FREE-STANDING CABINET.
Vertical distance
to overhang
DO NOT INSTALL ANY APPLIANCE ABOVE OR
BELOW THE THE COFFEE MAKER.
The installation site must be able to support the coffee
maker when the unit is pulled out from the cabinet in
order to access the top coffee bins and water tank.
See Figure 2-2 for minimum distance from top of unit to
bottom of any overhanging cabinets.
Technical Specifications
Power Requirements
120 V, 60Hz, 20A grounded,
dedicated circuit required
Total Connected Load
1.8kW (15A)
Power Cord Length
60 inches
Unit Weight
110 lbs.
Shipping Weight
139 lbs.
Fresh Water Capacity
(Model E24CM75GSS)
5 Liters/1.3 Gallons
Minimum Input Water
Pressure
(Model E24CM76GSS)
1.40 Bar (20 psi)
Maximum Input Water
Pressure
(Model E24CM76GSS)
2.75 Bar (40 psi)
Water inlet diameter
(Model E24CM76GSS)
3/4”
Coffee maker pulled
out from cabinet
Vertical distance
to overhang
Model
E24CM75GSS
14” (Minimum)
E24CM76GSS
6” (Minimum)
12” (Recommended)
Figure 2-2. Installation Site Requirements
22-1/16”
(56.0cm)
18 3/16”
(44.0cm)
17 9/16”
(44.5cm)
The correct voltage, frequency and amperage must be
supplied to the electrical outlet from a grounded,
dedicated, single phase circuit that is protected by a
properly sized circuit breaker or time-delay fuse. If one
is not installed, a licensed electrician will be required to
install one.
18 3/16”
(46.2cm)
21 9/16”
(54.8cm)
23 1/2”
(59.6cm)
13/16”
(2.0cm)
Figure 2-3. Unit Dimensions
2-5
Installation Information
Pre-Installation Considerations
Remove the coffee maker from the packaging and
inspect it for damage. Do not install a damaged coffee
maker. To prevent damage to the control panel door,
do not set the appliance on the floor or counter prior to
installation.
Parts List
Check to make sure all parts are included with coffee
maker.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Steam barrier with mounting screws
2 guide assemblies with mounting screws
6” metal shims, 1/16” (1mm)
Three foot 1/4” to 3/4” flexible water supply hose
(E24CM76GSS)
Use & care guide
Detergent tablets (sample)
Spare tank O-ring (model E24CM75GSS)
Spare piston assembly O-ring
Allen wrench (for grinder adjustment)
Anti-liming powder (sample)
Measuring cup for ground coffee
Cleaning brush
Keys (taped to the right side of the unit)
Tools Needed for Installation
1. Phillips screwdriver
2. Measuring tape
3. Level Drill with 1/16” drill bit
Steam Barrier
(provided)
Steam Barrier Installation
Position the steam barrier inside the top of the cut-out.
Push it towards the back wall until the back edge lines
up with the back of the cabinet.
Attach steam barrier with the eight (8) provided screws.
(See Figure 2-4)
Screws
Figure 2-4. Unit Dimensions
2-6
Installation Information
Plumbing Installation
Caution
To prevent damage to the coffee maker due to hard water, prior to installation check the water hardness for the
building where you will be installing the coffee maker. If necessary have a qualified water treatment specialist
install a water treatment system. The water treatment system must be installed between the house plumbing and
the coffee maker.
Determine Water Hardness
Before installing the coffee maker, determine the water hardness. Call the local water company and ask for the
water hardness level of the water supplied to the building where the coffee maker will be installed.
For Model E24CM75GSS (Tank Model):
1. If the water hardness level is above four grains per gallon (4 gpg) you must use filtered water with a hardness of
4 gpg or less. Do not use distilled water.
2. If the water hardness level is below 4 gpg, you may use tap water in the coffee system. Filtered water is
recommended for better taste.
For Model E24CM76GSS (Plumbed Model):
1. If the water hardness is above 4 grains per gallon (4gpg) contact a qualified water treatment specialist. Have a
water treatment system installed that lowers the water hardness level to 4 gpg or less.
2. Regardless of the type of water treatment system installed, ELECTROLUX HIGHLY RECOMMENDS you install
an Electrolux ACCFILT-24 filter system. (See Figure 2-5) The coffee maker requires periodic decalcification that
must be performed regardless of the water hardness level. The filter head in the kit is required to perform this
process for model E24CM76GSS. Decalcification will be MUCH SIMPLER with the Electrolux ACCFILT-24 filter
system already installed. In addition, the filter will improve water taste.
3. Electrolux does not recommend installation of a reverse osmosis filtration system. Reverse osmosis systems
can cause low water pressure. When the water pressure is low, the coffee water volume level can fluctuate and
the water pump may make a “hammering” sound.
To house water supply
To coffee maker
Filter head
Everpure Filter
Cartridge
Electrolux ACCFI LT-24 Filter Kit
with Filter Installed
Figure 2-5. Electrolux ACCFILT-24 Filter System
2-7
Installation Information
Installing the Cabinet Glides
4” X 12” (100mm X 300mm) Min.
Cabinet Back Cutout for
Air Circulation
The cabinet glides mount to the inside of the cabinet.
The glides on the coffee maker slide into the cabinet
glides. The guide system allows the coffee maker to
slide in and out of the cabinet for loading the coffee
bins and for maintenance.
3/4” (19mm)
Min. Side Walls
To install the cabinet glides:
1. Determine the number of metal shims required to
mount the cabinet glide assemblies according to
the chart and diagrams below. The appliance is
supplied with six 1/16” (1mm) metal shims. Use the
shims to position the fixing angles so that they are
properly spaced. The appliance will not slide in and
out of the cabinet properly if the fixing angles are
not properly spaced. (See Figure 2-6)
22-1/8” (562mm) Nom.
2. Put the two (2) cabinet glide assemblies, and shims
if necessary, as shown on the inside surfaces of the
cabinet. Position them 3 1/2” (9.0cm) from the
front edge of the cutout opening. (See Figure 2-7)
Fixing Angle
Cabinet
Glide
3. Insert the screws in the holes of the glides without
tightening them completely.
Cabinet
Glide
Asssembly
Shim
4. Make sure the outside distance between the fixing
angles is 22-1/8” (56.2cm) and that the glides are
level. Change the number of shims or adjust the
fixing angles as necessary. (See Figure 2-6)
Side Wall
Cabinet Base
Figure 2-6 . Cabinet Glide Installation (Fixing Angle)
NOTE: Make sure that the glides are level.
NOTE: Make sure that the power cord and water feed
line can be fed freely through the back wall.
4” (100mm)
Cabinet Back Cutout for
Air Circulation
NOTE: In order to avoid overheating the coffee maker,
make an opening of at least 3-15/16” (10.0cm) at the
back of the cabinet to allow air to circulate.
C
t
ine
ab
Re
ar
3-1/2”
(8.9cm)
3-9/16”
(9.0cm)
Ca
F
et
bin
t
ron
18”
(45.7cm)
Figure 2-7 . Cabinet Glide Positioning
2-8
Installation Information
Installing the Unit in the Cabinet
Locking Tab
While supporting the coffee maker from below, insert it
into the cabinet cutout. As you insert it into the cabinet, line up the glides on the appliance with the cabinet
glides. The appliance should glide on the rails when
slight pressure is applied to the front of the coffee
maker. If it does not glide smoothly, check the distance
between the glides again.
As you slide the coffee maker into the cabinet the
locking tab on the glides will engage. (See Figure 2-8)
Figure 2-8. Cabinet Glide Tab
Coffee maker Removal
Back of Coffee
Maker
If you need to remove the unit from the cabinet:
1. Disconnect the power plug from the power
receptacle.
Water Inlet
2. Press the respective locking tabs on the glides and
remove the appliance, supporting it from below.
Power Cord
Connecting the Plumbing (E24CM76GSS)
Gasket
1. Insert the 3/4” gasket into the 3/4” fitting on the
water supply hose. Make sure it is properly seated.
2. Connect the 3/4” end of the hose to the water inlet
on the back of the coffee maker.
Water Supply
Hose
3. Insert the 1/4” gasket into the 1/4” fitting on the
water supply hose. Make sure it is properly seated.
Figure 2-9. Water Connection
4. Connect the other end (1/4”) of the hose to the
water supply.
2-9
Installation Information
Notes
2-10
Troubleshooting
Section 3
Troubleshooting
Built-In Coffee Maker
3-1
Troubleshooting
Possible Solution
Problem
Nothing works.
1. Connect coffee maker power plug to dedicated, grounded power
receptacle.
2. Turn power on at junction box. Check for tripped circuit breaker or
blown fuse.
3. Turn on power switch. See Operating Instructions section 1.
4. Power outage. Contact power company.
Lights don’t work.
1. See Nothing works above.
2. Turn on light switch. Replace switch if defective.
3. Lights burned out. Replace lights.
Loud buzzing noise. No coffee or
water comes out of nozzle.
1. Fill water tank (Model E24CM75GSS).
2. Check to make sure the water supply is connected and turned on
(Model E24CM76GSS).
3. No coffee loaded in the ground coffee chute when Decaf button is
pushed. Turn on power switch first then, pour ground coffee in
ground coffee chute.
Grinding noise while coffee is being
made.
1. Coffee maker is grinding coffee beans during coffee brewing...
normal sound.
Whining noise when power switch is
first turned on or door is opened and
closed.
1. Tamper motor initializing...normal sound.
Water comes out with no coffee or is
pale brown. Loud humming noise.
1. Coffee beans jammed in the dispenser. Turn off power, remove all
coffee beans from coffee bean container. Check for beans that are
jammed in the dispenser and remove. Replace beans in the coffee
bean container and try brewing again.
2. Wrong type of coffee beans used (flavored, un-roasted or partial
coffee beans). Remove beans, clean out grinder assembly.
3. Water volume programmed too high. Program to correct volume.
Coffee too strong or too weak.
1. Use stronger type of coffee beans.
2. Changing to a different roast level of coffee (light, medium or dark
roast coffee).
3. Coffee grinder out of adjustment. See Adjusting Coffee Grinder.
4. Water volume programmed too low or too high.
5. Tamping or grind time programmed too long or too short.
Water goes into drip tray when coffee
is made.
1. Coffee maker clears water out of pipes after making coffee. Normal
operation.
Water or coffee drips out of dispenser
after coffee or water dispensed.
1. Small amount of fluid dripping after dispensing is normal.
3-2
Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Solution
Amount of coffee made is too small.
1. Normal size of a cup of espresso is about one ounce. Push espresso or double espresso button multiple times.
Coffee maker will not make coffee
drinks from ground coffee.
1. Put pre-ground coffee in ground coffee chute before the power
switch is turned on.
Display reads: “Please Wait Heating”
1. Appliance still heating up. Wait until display reads “Machine Ready”
(3-5 minutes).
Display reads: “Drawer Full” (buttons
also don’t work).
1. Empty used coffee grounds bin. See Cleaning the Coffee Maker.
Drawer was emptied with power switch off. Leave power switch on
when emptying the used coffee grounds bin.
Display reads: “Machine Ready Drawer Out” (buttons also don’t work).
1. Check to make sure used coffee grounds drawer is properly
installed. See Cleaning the Coffee Maker.
Display reads: “System Off - Front
Panel Open” (buttons also don’t work).
1. Check to make sure front panel is closed and locked.
2. Check Microswitch. Replace if defective
Display reads: “Clean Group”
1. System needs a routine cleaning. See Cleaning the Coffee Maker.
“Clean Group” message will disappear after the routine cleaning is
complete.
Display reads: “Xxxxxx Group Error”
(buttons also don’t work).
1. Operation problem detected. Open and close front panel.
2. Check Control Panel, replace if defective.
Display reads: “Timeout Filling Up
Broiler” (buttons also don’t work).
1. Operation problem detected. Turn power switch off, then on.
2. Check boiler Water Level Sensor, replace if defective.
Display reads: “Flow Meter Error”
(buttons also don’t work).
1. Pour water in tank (Model E24CM75GSS) or check to make sure
the water supply is connected and turned on Model
(E24CM76GSS).
2. Check Flow meter, replace if defective.
Display reads: “Error - Coffee
Temperature“ or “Error - Steam
Temperature” (buttons don’t work).
1. Operation problem detected.
2. Check Thermostat and Temperature Sensor on boiler. Replace if
defective.
Display reads: “Too Much Coffee”.
1. Reduce the amount of coffee put in the ground coffee chute.
2. Grind time programmed incorrectly. Change the grind time to the
default setting. See Original Factory Programmed Settings.
Used coffee beans in used coffee
grounds bin are not normal shape.
Coffee beans in bin normally look like
little ”hockey pucks”.
1. Change group program setting.
3-3
Troubleshooting
E24CM75GSS & E24CM76GSS Component Technical Information
Transformer
230V -18V 150V/A 50/60Hz protected by internal thermofuse 150°C.
Transformer
110V -18V 150V/A 50/60Hz protected by internal thermofuse 150°C.
Power Supply for
LED Lights
95/240V 350mA with max 24V PTDCC-010-U-350.
Power Supply
Supplied by Sirius.
95/240V 24V with max 350mA PTDC-10-U-24V for frontal panel LED supply.
Grinder Motor
220V 60Hz complete 150W.
Grinder Motor
110V 60Hz complete 120W 3RPM 3A.
Grinder Capacitor
230V 50Hz 16microF.
Grinder Capacitor
110V 60Hz 25microF.
Group Heater
110V 18W PTC 90°C.
Heater
220V 1000W 56Ohm @ 20°C +/- 3%.
Heater
110V 700W
2 Way Solenoid
Valve (coil)
230V 50Hz 4.5W 2330Ohm +/- 7%.
2 Way Solenoid
Valve (bobina)
110V -120V 60Hz 14VA 475Ohm +/- 7%.
2 Way Solenoid
Valve (coil)
230V 50Hz 4.5W 2330Ohm +/- 7%.
2 Way Solenoid
Valve (coil)
110V -120V 60Hz 14VA 475Ohm +/- 7%.
3 Way Solenoid
Valve (coil)
230V 50Hz 4.5W 2330Ohm +/- 7%.
3 Way Solenoid
Valve (coil)
110V -120V 60Hz 14VA 475Ohm +/- 7%.
Magnetic Switch
Group L420
Microreed Normally open, closes when the upper piston enters into the chamber
in the minimum safety position.
Magnetic Switch
Group L520
Microreed Normally open, closes at the end of the coffee cake expulsion to
command the reverse cycle of the motor to move up the group.
Door Microswitch
Door open- microswitch open:: Door closed- microswitch closed.
Coffee Ground
Closed Microswitch
Coffee ground bin closed- microswitch closed: Coffee ground bin open- microswitch
Microreed Water
Tank Sensor
Water level full- microswitch closed: Water tank empty- microswitch open.
Boiler Level Probe
Made in stainless steel. Calibrated with control board on an average resistance of
300Kohm.
Boiler Safety
Thermostat
Thermostat blows at 167°C.
Boiler Temperature
Probe
NTC 220Kohm @ 20°C, 14.5Kohm @ 90°C
28Ohm @ 20°C +/- 3%.
3-4
Troubleshooting
Water Flow Chart
12
11
1
13
4
8
10
9
6
2
14
5
3
16
7
15
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Brewing Unit
Retaining Valve
Pump
Safety Valve
Delivery Solenoid Valve
Heating Element
Level Solenoid Valve
Level Probe
3-5
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Safety Thermostat
Temperature Probe
Steam Solenoid Valve
Hot Water Solenoid Valve
Water Tank
Flowmeter
Neplax Valve
Pump Bypass
Troubleshooting
Notes
3-6
Component Teardown
Section 4
Component Teardown
of
Built-In Coffee Maker
4-1
Component Teardown
C O M P O N E N T T EARDOWN
This section explains how to access and remove components from Electrolux ICON 24” Built-In Coffee Maker
products, and has been arranged in such a way as to simulate which components would need to be removed
first in order to gain access to other components. When following a component removal procedure, it may be
necessary to reference another component removal procedure listed earlier in this section.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Before continuing, please take note of the WARNINGS and CAUTIONS below.
-
IF IT IS NECESSARY TO REMOVE A COFFEE MAKER UNIT FROM ITS INSTALLATION, USE PROPER LIFT ING TECHNIQUES AS UNITS ARE HEAVY AND COULD FALL RESULTING IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
PULLING A UNIT FROM ITS INSTALLATION SHOULD ONLY BE PERFORMED BY A TRAINED AUTHO RIZED SERVICE TECHNICIAN OR INSTALLER.
-
TO AVOID ELECTRIC SHOCK, POWER TO A COFFEE MAKER MUST BE DISCONNECTED WHENEVER
ACCESSING AND/OR REMOVING COMPONENTS POWERED BY ELECTRICITY OR COMPONENTS NEAR
OTHER ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS.
-
AFTER SERVICE IS COMPLETED, BE SURE ALL SAFETY-GROUNDING CIRCUITS ARE COMPLETE, ALL
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ARE SECURE, AND ALL ACCESS PANELS ARE IN PLACE.
-
IF UNIT WAS USED PRIOR TO SERVICE, THE BOILER ASSEMBLY WILL BE VERY HOT.
THE BREWING COMPONENTS AND DRIP TRAY MAY ALSO BE HOT. WEAR PROTECTIVE GLOVES AND
THE APPROPRIATE SAFETY GEAR WHEN WORKING WITH THE BOILER.
Caution
-
Metal edges may be sharp. Use caution and wear appropriate safety equipment when servicing
coffee making units to avoid personal injury.
4-2
Component Teardown
External Door Components
Drip Tray Removal
Drain Tube
The drip tray is removed by placing fingers in the drip
tray finger holes and pulling straight out until the drain
tube clears the grommet in the back of drip tray.
(See Figure 4-1)
Finger Holes
Caution
If coffee maker was used prior to service, contents
of drip tray may be hot.
Drip Tray
The drip tray top plate is removed by placing fingers in
the round finger holes of top plate and pulling the top
plate off of the drip tray.
Figure 4-1. Drip Tray Removal
Control Panel Cover Removal
Screws
The control panel cover is secured with screws to the
inside of door assembly. Removing the control panel
cover allows access to the electronic control compartment and switches of unit.
To remove the control panel cover (See Figure 4-2):
1. Remove drip tray, press spring hook latch and pull
door open.
2. Using a phillips head screwdriver, extract screws
securing the control panel cover to inner door
frame.
3. Pull control panel cover downward and away from
door assembly until the four tabs of the control
panel cover release from the slots in the top inside
edge of the door assembly.
Figure 4-2. Control Panel Cover Removal
Light Transformer Removal
Purple
The light transformer has wire leads connected to wire
terminals located underneath plastic covers that are
secured with a screw to each end of transformer.
White
White
Light
Transformer
Cover Screws
Black
The outlet of the light transformer should test at 350mA
with a max of 24V when power is applied.
To remove the light transformer (See Figure 4-3):
1. Remove drip tray, open door and remove control
panel cover.
2. Using a phillips head screwdriver, extract screw
from transformer cover. Repeat on opposite side.
3. Label wire leads as needed before removing from
wire terminals.
4. Using a small screwdriver, loosen setscrews
securing wire leads to wire terminals. Remove wire
leads from transformer.
Red
Black
Figure 4-3. Transformer Removal
4-3
Component Teardown
Wire Harness Removal
Disconnect
Here
In order to access and remove most components in the
control compartment or to remove door assembly, the
wire harness will need to be disconnected from the
components of control compartment.
NOTE: For some of the electrical components in control
compartment, the wire harness may not have to be
removed from the right side slot. Use caution when
repositioning the ribbon cables.
Red
Blue
Disconnect
Here
Light
Switch
Slot
Transformer
Power
Switch
To disconnect the wire harness (See Figure 4-4):
Circuit Board
1. Remove drip tray, open door and remove control
panel cover.
2. Using a wire cutters, cut tie-down straps in control
compartment securing the wire harness components together. Carefully pull wire harness leads
out from the components of control compartment.
3. A plastic grommet secures the wire harness in a
slot on the right side of control compartment.
Using a small flat-bladed screw driver, depress the
retaining clips and push the grommet out of slot.
Carefully lift the wire harness out of slot.
4. Disconnect the two ribbon cables from display and
control panel.
5. Disconnect wire leads from the door microswitch.
6. Disconnect wire leads from power switch. Label to
assure proper re-connection.
7. Disconnect wire leads that go to light switch and
transformer from the “Y” terminals disconnected in
step 6.
Door
Microswitch
Figure 4-4. Wire Harness Removal
NOTE: Only the wiring needed to be disconnected for
wire harness removal is shown above.
Touchpad LED Power Supply Removal
Inlet Voltage
A ribbon cable runs from the control panel to a 5 pin
connector on the touchpad LED power supply. A purple and white wire run from the transformer to the wire
terminal mounted on the circuit board.
White
The outlet of the touchpad LED power supply should
test at 350mA with a max of 24V when power is
applied.
Purple
To remove the touchpad LED power supply
(See Figure 4-5):
Red Stripe
1. Remove drip tray, open door and remove control
panel cover.
2. Disconnect small ribbon cable from touchpad LED
power supply.
3. Using a small flat-bladed screwdriver, loosen the
setscrews securing wire leads to the touchpad LED
power supply wire terminal.
Ribbon Cable
Disconnect Here
Figure 4-5. Touchpad LED Power Supply Removal
4-4
Component Teardown
Light Switch Removal
The light switch is a bipolar switch mounted to the
underside of control compartment on the left side of
door assembly.
Disconnect
Wire Leads
To remove the light switch (See Figure 4-6):
1. Remove drip tray, open door and remove control
panel cover.
2. Disconnect wire leads from light switch terminals.
3. Using a flat-bladed screwdriver, press in on the
two retaining clips on one side of the light switch
while pushing the light switch through the door
frame. Repeat on opposite side of switch.
Retaining
Clips
Figure 4-6. Light Switch Removal
Door Microswitch Removal
Door Microswitch
The door microswitch is mounted to the inside wall of
control compartment and is secured by retaining clips
on both sides of the microswitch.
To remove the door microswitch (See Figure 4-7):
Red
1. Remove drip tray, open door and remove control
panel cover.
2. Disconnect wire leads from door microswitch
terminals.
3. Using fingers, press in the retaining clips while
pushing the door microswitch out of door frame.
Press Here
Press Here
Blue
Power Switch Removal
Figure 4-7. Door Microswitch Removal
The power switch is mounted to the underside of
control compartment with two retaining clips on each
side of the switch.
Disconnect
Wire Leads
To remove the power switch (See Figure 4-8):
Brown
Retaining
Clips
To Transformer
1. Remove drip tray, open door and remove control
panel cover.
2. Disconnect wire leads from power switch terminals.
Label or take note of wire lead locations.
3. Using a flat-bladed screw driver, press in the
retaining clips at each corner of power switch while
pushing the power switch out of the door frame.
To Light
Switch
Blue
Figure 4-8. Power Switch Removal
4-5
Component Teardown
LED Removal
Transformer
The LED light fixtures are pressed into the underside of
the control compartment. The LED is mounted to a
cover plate that is pressed into the light fixture.
Black
To remove an LED (See Figure 4-9):
Red
1. Remove drip tray, open door and remove control
panel cover.
2. Using a small flat-bladed screw driver, disconnect
wire leads of LED to be replaced from wire terminal.
3. Disconnect wire leads from transformer.
4. If replacing just the LED with cover plate, use a
small flat-bladed screwdriver to pry the cover plate
with LED from inside control compartment.
Red
Black
LED
Wire Terminal
LED
If replacing the entire fixture, from the underside of
control compartment, use a small flat-bladed
screwdriver to pry the fixture out of its installation
position.
Figure 4-9. LED Wiring Diagram
Control
Panel
Control Panel Removal
Disconnect
Here
The control panel is secured to the front face of the
door assembly with three thumb screws. Two ribbon
cables connect from the right side of control compartment.
To remove the control panel (See Figure 4-10):
Loosen
Thumbscrews
1. Remove drip tray, open door and remove control
panel cover.
2. Disconnect ribbon cables from the right hand side
of the control compartment.
3. Using fingers, loosen thumbscrews securing the
control panel to door frame.
4. Pull control panel away from door frame until the
push buttons clear the holes in door frame. Then
pull control panel from door frame.
Figure 4-10. Control Panel Removal
4-6
Component Teardown
Display Assembly Removal
Ribbon Cable
The display assembly is mounted with two plastic
setscrews to the left hand corner of control compartment. The display circuit board is secured with screws
to the front face of display assembly. The rear cover is
secured with a screw on each side of the display
assembly.
To remove and disassemble the display assembly (See
Figure 4-11):
1. Remove drip tray, open door and remove control
panel cover.
2. Disconnect ribbon cable from display assembly.
3. Using a small flat-bladed screw driver, loosen
setscrews securing the display to door frame.
Remove display assembly from door frame.
4. Using a phillips head screwdriver, extract screws
from both sides of the display assembly.
(See Figure 4-12)
5. Peel away white vinyl tape from face of display to
access the screws in each corner of display.
6. With a phillips head screwdriver extract screws
from each corner of the display assembly. The circuit board and clear plastic faceplate can now be
removed from the display housing.
Setscrews
Figure 4-11. Display Assembly Removal
Cover Screws
Door Assembly Removal
The door assembly is secured to the unit frame with
screws that pass through hinge assemblies and fasten
into the door frame.
Figure 4-12. Display Disassembly
To remove the door assembly (See Figure 4-13):
1. Remove drip tray, open door and remove control
panel cover.
2. Disconnect wire harness from door assembly.
3. Using a 2.5mm allen wrench, extract the screws
securing door assembly to the door hinges.
Screws
Figure 4-13. Door Assembly Removal
4-7
Component Teardown
Left and Right Side Inner Door Panel
Each side panel is secured with three screws that pass
through the exterior frame and fasten into the side
panel. The left side panel also has a screw at the top
of the panel in the brewing compartment that fastens
into an “L” bracket.
Door Frame
Exterior
Screws
To remove the left side inner panel (See Figure 4-14):
1. Remove drip tray and open door.
2. With phillips head screwdriver, extract screw from
inside brewing compartment.
3. Extract the screws from left exterior sidewall of unit
that secure the left inner side panel to unit frame.
Remove left inner side panel. (See Figure 4-15)
To remove the right side panel:
1. Open door and remove drip tray.
2. Extract the screws from right exterior sidewall of
unit that secure the left inner side panel to unit
frame. Remove left inner side panel.
Figure 4-14. Left and Right Side Inner Door Panel
Left Exterior Shown Above
Door Hinge Removal
Left Side Inner
Panel Screw
Location
The door hinges are a two part hinge assembly consisting of the hinge and hinge holder. The hinge is secured
with allen screws to door frame, and the hinge holder is
secured to the unit frame with phillips head screws. A
cam in the hinge holder allows for door adjustment.
Cam
Adjustment
Screw
To remove the door hinges (See Figure 4-15):
1. Remove drip tray, open door and remove control
panel cover.
2. Disconnect wire harness from door assembly.
3. With phillips head screwdriver, extract screw from
inside brewing compartment.
4. Extract screws from the left exterior sidewall of unit
that secure the left inner side panel to unit frame.
Remove left inner side panel.
5. Using a phillips head screwdriver, loosen the screw
from each hinge securing door hinge to hinge holder on unit frame. Pull door straight out until head of
screw clears the keyhole slot of hinge and remove
from unit.
6. Using a phillips head screwdriver, extract screws
from hinge holders and remove from unit.
Step 5 Screw
Step 6 Screws
Figure 4-15. Door Hinge Removal
4-8
Component Teardown
External Cabinet Components
Ground Coffee Conveyor
Cover Panel Removal
Bean Container Cover
The cover panel is secured with screws to the unit
frame. Coffee makers featuring a water tank have two
allen head screws located under the water tank access
door.
To remove the top cover (See Figure 4-16):
1. Pull unit out from installation until the top of the unit
is accessible.
2. Lift coffee beans container cover off of top cover.
3. Open ground coffee conveyor cover and lift ground
coffee conveyor out of unit.
4. Open water tank cover. Using a 3mm allen wrench,
extract screws securing top cover to unit frame.
Lift cover off of unit.
Water
Tank
Cover
Figure 4-16. Cover Panel Removal
Water Tank Model Shown
Water Tank (Water Tank Models Only)
The water tank is removed by opening the water tank
cover and simply grabbing the water tank at the top
opening and pulling the water tank out of the unit.
(See Figure 4-17)
When installing the water tank, make sure the O-ring at
the bottom of water tank seats properly to prevent
water leakage.
Water Tank
Door Spring Hook and Holder Removal
The door spring hook and holder secures the door to
the unit frame during normal operation. The spring
hook is secured with screws to the right side of unit
frame. The holder is mounted to the inside of the door
assembly with two screws.
To remove spring hook and holder (See Figure 4-18):
Figure 4-17. Water Tank Removal
1. Remove drip tray and open door.
2. Remove the right side inner door panel.
3. Using a phillips head screwdriver, extract the three
screws securing spring hook mounting plate to the
unit frame.
4. The spring hook holder is removed by extracting
the two screws securing it to the door frame with a
2.5mm allen wrench.
Spring Hook
Screws
Figure 4-18. Door Spring Hook and Holder
4-9
Component Teardown
Door Lock Removal
Door Pawl
The door lock is mounted behind the right inner door
panel.
To remove the door lock (See Figure 4-19):
1. Remove drip tray and open door.
2. Remove right side inner door panel.
3. Using a phillips head screwdriver, extract the
screws securing the door lock to unit frame.
Door Lock
Door Pawl Removal
The door pawl is mounted above the door lock behind
the right inner door panel.
To remove the door lock (See Figure 4-19)
Figure 4-19. Door Lock and Door Pawl Removal
1. Remove drip tray and open door.
2. Remove right side inner door panel.
3. Using a phillips head screwdriver, extract screws
securing the door pawl to unit frame.
Top Stainless Steel Cover Assembly Removal
Screws
The top stainless steel cover assembly consists of three
stainless steel panels that are secured with screws to
the unit frame. The three stainless steel panels are
secured together with screws to form an assembly that
is removed as one piece.
To remove the top stainless steel cover assembly (See
Figure 4-20):
1. Pull unit out from installation and remove from the
installation cavity.
2. Remove cover panel.
3. Using a phillips head screwdriver, extract all screws
securing the top stainless steel cover assembly to
the top of unit frame, including screws from the rear
of unit.
4. Lift top stainless steel cover assembly off of unit.
4-10
Figure 4-20. Top Stainless Steel Cover Assembly
Removal
Component Teardown
Right Side Access Panel Removal
The right side access panel provides access to the
electronic components of the unit. Screws secure the
access panel to the unit frame.
Screws
To remove right side access panel (See Figure 4-21):
1. Pull unit out from installation and remove from the
installation cavity if needed.
2. Remove top stainless steel cover.
3. Using a phillips head screwdriver, extract the
screws from access holes in the panel. Remove
panel from unit.
Rear Panel and Power Cord Removal
Figure 4-21. Right Side Access Panel Removal
The rear panel is secured with screws to the unit frame.
To completely remove the rear panel, the power cord
will need to be disconnected from the wire harness.
To remove the rear panel (See Figure 4-22):
Screw
1. Pull unit out from installation and remove from the
installation cavity.
2. Remove top stainless steel cover assembly.
3. Using a phillips head screwdriver, extract screws
from each corner of rear panel.
4. Lift rear panel upwards until rear panel is free of
base plate lip. Turn rear panel until power cord
connections are visible (See Figure 4-23).
5. Disconnect electrical connections of power cord
from wire harness.
6. Rotate strain relief until flats of strain relief align
with slot, then push strain relief through rear panel.
Power Cord
Figure 4-22. Rear Panel Removal
White
To Wire
Harness
Black
Strain Relief
Disconnect
Here
Green
Yellow/Green Stripe
Figure 4-23. Power Cord Removal
4-11
Component Teardown
Stainless Steel Side Cover Panel Removal
Panel
Screws
Remove
All Shown
In order to access the interior components of the coffee
maker, it may be necessary to remove the stainless
steel side cover panels on both sides of unit. These
panels are secured to the base plate with screws that
pass through the bottom of base plate and fasten into
panel nuts pressed into the side panels.
Frame
Screws
Do Not
Remove
To remove the stainless steel side cover panels (See
Figure 4-24):
1. Pull unit out from installation and remove from the
installation cavity.
2. Remove door, drip tray and coffee grounds drawer
from unit.
3. Remove top stainless steel cover assembly.
4. If working from a countertop or table, slide
coffee maker off edge to access screws along
bottom edge of unit. Extract screws securing side
cover panel to base plate. Rotate unit to access
the screws for both sides. Lift panels from unit.
Figure 4-24. Handle and Slide Removal
NOTE: Laying the coffee maker on its side is not recommended. Damage to the external panels and slide
assemblies may occur.
7mm Wrench
Handle Removal
Nuts
The handle assemblies are mounted to the base plate
on each side of unit above the slides. Rubber
grommets allow the handles to flex.
To remove the handles (See Figure 4-25):
1. Pull unit out from installation until the handles of the
unit are accessible. Remove from installation cavity
if needed.
2. Using a 10mm socket or wrench, remove bottom
nuts, washers and grommets from handle assembly.
3. Pull handle from base plate.
Slide Removal
The slides are mounted with screws to each side of the
unit frame. The slide screws pass through the slides
and base plate and are secured with nuts.
To remove the slides (See Figure 4-25):
1. Pull unit out from installation and remove from the
installation cavity.
2. Using a 2.5mm allen wrench and a 7mm open end
wrench, extract slide mounting screw while using
the 7mm wrench to stop retaining nut from turning.
4-12
Screws
Figure 4-25. Handle and Slide Removal
Component Teardown
Internal Cabinet Components
Coffee Grounds Drawer
The coffee grounds drawer collects used coffee
grounds from the brewing process. A screw with a
plastic standoff mounted to the back of the coffee
grounds drawer triggers a microswitch to allow brewing
operation. The drip tray drain tube passes through the
coffee grounds drawer and slides into a grommet on
drip tray.
Grab Here
To remove the coffee grounds drawer (See Figure 4-26):
1. Remove drip tray and open door.
2. Open brewing compartment door.
3. Pull coffee grounds drawer out of unit.
Drip Tray
Drain Tube
Figure 4-26. Coffee Grounds Drawer Removal
Brewing Unit Door
Brewing Door
The brewing unit door is secured with two hinges
mounted to the unit frame and houses the dispenser
assembly and hot water wand assembly. A water line
runs from the boiler to hot water dispenser assembly.
Water Line
Connection
Hinge
Screws
To remove the coffee grounds drawer (See Figure 4-27):
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove drip tray and open door.
Remove coffee grounds drawer.
Open brewing compartment door.
Remove steam and hot water nozzle from hot water
wand assembly by turning nozzle counter clockwise.
5. Using a phillips head screwdriver, extract screws
securing hot water wand assembly to the
brewing unit door.
6. Remove water line from hot water wand assembly
by pushing back on the water line fitting while
pulling water line out of water line fitting.
7. Using a phillips head screwdriver, loosen the screw
from each hinge securing brewing door hinge to the
hinge mounts on unit frame. Pull brewing unit door
until keyhole slot clears the head of screw. Remove
brewing door from unit.
NOTE: The brewing unit door may also be removed by
extracting the 2.5mm allen head screws that secure the
hinges to brewing unit door.
4-13
Screws
Disconnect Here
Figure 4-27. Brewing Unit Door Removal
Component Teardown
Capacitor Removal
The capacitor is located behind the right side access
panel and is secured to the unit frame with a tie-down
strap.
Tie-down
Strap
Disconnect
Wire Leads
To remove the capacitor (See Figure 4-28):
1. Pull unit out from installation and remove from the
installation cavity if needed.
2. Remove right side access panel.
3. Disconnect electrical leads from capacitor.
4. Using a wire cutters, cut tie-down strap securing
capacitor to unit frame.
Blue
Red
Voltage Transformer Removal
Figure 4-28. Capacitor Removal
The voltage transformer is located behind the right side
access panel and is secured to the unit frame with a
large washer and bolt.
Bolt
To remove the voltage transformer (See Figure 4-29):
1. Pull unit out from installation and remove from the
installation cavity if needed.
2. Remove right side access panel.
3. Disconnect blue electrical leads from quick
disconnect.
4. Using a very small flat-bladed screw driver, lift up
the retaining clips on the green wire terminal in the
upper right hand corner of the control board, while
pulling the wire terminal off the control board.
5. Using a small flat-bladed screw driver, loosen the
setscrews securing the two red wires leading to the
voltage transformer. Pull wires from wire terminal.
6. Using a 5mm allen wrench, remove bolt and large
washer securing voltage transformer to unit frame.
Retaining
Clips
Wire
Terminal
Electrical
Disconnect
Figure 4-29. Voltage Transformer Removal
Microswitch Removal
White
Blue
The microswitch is located to the left of the control
board behind wire harness, and is secured with screws
to the unit frame. The microswitch is activated by a
standoff on the coffee grounds drawer.
Control Board
To remove the control board (See Figure 4-30):
1. Pull unit out from installation and remove from the
installation cavity if needed.
2. Remove right side access panel.
3. Disconnect electrical leads from terminals of
microswitch.
4. Using a 2.5 mm allen wrench, remove screws
securing microswitch to unit frame.
Screws
Figure 4-30. Microswitch Removal
4-14
Component Teardown
Control Board Removal
Threaded Standoff
The control board is located behind the right side
access panel and is mounted to the unit frame on
threaded standoffs and secured with plastic finger nuts.
Note: The jumper from the old control board must be
reoved and mounted on the new control board.
To remove the control board (See Figure 4-31):
1. Pull unit out from installation and remove from the
installation cavity if needed.
2. Remove right side access panel.
3. Disconnect all electrical leads from control board.
4. Using fingers, remove nuts from each corner of
control board, then pull control board off threaded
standoffs.
5. A jumper is mounted to the bottom set of pins on
the 16 pin connecter. Remove jumper from old
control board and instal on new control board.
(See Figure 4-32)
Nuts
Figure 4-31. Control Board Removal
6. When replacing a control board it may be necessary to adjust the contrast of the user display. The
adjustment screw is located on the top of a small
blue housing located below the upper left control
board retaining nut. (See Figure 4-33)
Jumper
The screw may be turned clockwise and counterclockwise to find the best setting for the user
display.
Figure 4-32. Remove Jumper From Old Board
Nut
Contrast
Adjustment
Screw
Figure 4-33. Remove Jumper From Old Board
4-15
Component Teardown
Grinder Assembly Removal
The grinder assembly is secured to the inner frame with
screws that pass through the right side frame then
fasten into panel nuts pressed into grinder assembly.
Disconnect on
Opposite Side
of Frame
To remove the grinder assembly (See Figure 4-34):
1. Pull unit out from installation and remove from the
installation cavity.
2. Open door and remove drip tray and coffee
grounds drawer from unit.
3. Remove top stainless steel cover assembly and
right side side cover panels.
4. Using a 2.5mm allen wrench, extract screws
securing the grinder assembly to unit frame. The
ground wire will be removed when the upper right
hand screw is removed.
5. Pull grinder assembly away from frame until the
electrical connection is visible. Disconnect electrical connection at quick disconnect by pressing in
on the retaining clips while pulling away from unit
frame.
Screws
Figure 4-34. Grinder Assembly Removal
Grinder Adjustment Screw Removal
Internal Screw
Protector
The grinder adjustment screw can be removed without
removing the entire grinder assembly from unit.
However, coffee beans and grounds will need to be
emptied out of the container and the components
cleaned prior to reassembly. Removal of the grinder
assembly from the unit is recommended for that task.
Screws
Screws
To remove grinder adjustment screw (See Figure 4-35):
1. Pull unit out from installation and remove from the
installation cavity.
2. Open door and remove drip tray and coffee
grounds drawer from unit.
3. Remove top stainless steel cover assembly and
right side side cover panels.
4. Remove grinder assembly.
5. Empty bean container, then pull internal screw protector from bean container.
6. Using a phillips head screwdriver, extract screws
securing bean container to grinder assembly. Lift
bean container from grinder assembly.
7. From underside of bean container, use a phillips
head screwdriver and extract the screws securing
the grinding screw retainer to bean container. The
adjustment screw can now be removed from bean
container.
Adjustment
Screws
Clamp
Bean
Container
Screws
Figure 4-35. Grinder Adjustment Screw Removal
4-16
Component Teardown
Grinder Assembly Breakdown
Blade Support
To remove the components of the grinder assembly
(See Figure 4-36):
1. Follow steps 1-6 above.
2. Turn the blade support counterclockwise and
remove from grinder assembly.
3. Using a flat-bladed screwdriver, extract screws
securing the top grinder blade to underside of the
blade support.
4. Extract screws securing the lower grinder blade to
the top of lower blade support.
5. Using an 11mm socket, extract the left hand thread
brass nut from lower blade support. A small tool,
such as a flat-bladed screwdriver will be needed to
stop the motor shaft from turning while extracting
the brass nut. Slide the lower blade support off
motor shaft.
6. Using a 2.5mm allen head wrench extract screw
securing the coffee slide to grinder assembly.
7. Using a phillips head screwdriver, extract the
screws securing grinder motor to grinder mounting
bracket.
O-ring
Grinder Blade
Screws
3 per
Grinder
Blade
Brass Nut
Lower
Blade
Support
Screw
Coffee
Slide
Mounting
Bracket
Screws
Grinder Motor
Figure 4-36. Grinder Assembly Breakdown
4-17
Component Teardown
Brewing Assembly Removal
Electrical
Disconnect
The brewing assembly is located behind the coffee
grounds drawer and is secured to the front of the unit
frame with screws.
To remove the brewing assembly (See Figure 4-37):
1. Pull unit out from installation and remove from the
installation cavity.
2. Open door and remove drip tray and coffee
grounds drawer from unit.
3. Remove top stainless steel cover assembly.
4. Inspect the plunger O-ring, replace if worn or
damaged with p/n 02290020. (See Figure 4-39)
5. Remove water line from fitting located at the lower
right of brewing group by pressing in the outer ring
of fitting while pulling water line out of the fitting.
6. Disconnect electrical leads from quick disconnect
located at the top right of inner unit frame.
7. Using a 3mm allen wrench, extract the screws from
each corner of the brewing assembly that secure
the brewing assembly to the unit frame. The top
section of the coffee slide will need to be raised to
access the upper right hand screw.
Heater
Removal
Screw
Screws
Water Line
Remove
Here
Figure 4-37. Brewing Assembly Removal
8. Extract the two screws securing the motor group
mechanism to the top of the brewing assembly,
then lift the motor group mechanism from the
brewing assembly. (See Figure 4-38) Turn the
brewing assembly rod clockwise for the brewer to
rise up until it is in the upper most position. Use a
volt meter and check continuity between the two
leads. To check the lower switch, simply twist the
brewing assembly rod counter clockwise until it
reaches the lowest position. Then check continuity
between the two leads. If a switch needs to be
replaced, remove the leads by using a molex pin
removal tool.
Motor
Screws
Molex
Connector
Screws
Heater
9. To remove the heater, start by taking out the screw
holding it into place. (See Figure 4-37) Then take
out these two screws holding the wiring into place.
(See Figure 4-38) Then take a molex pin removal
tool and remove the two green leads.
Upper
Switch
Lower
Switch
Figure 4-38. Expulsion Tablet Shovel Removal
Plunger O-ring
Screw
10. To remove the expulsion tablet shovel, first the
motor group mechanism must be removed. Then
take out the screw holding the shovel into place.
(See Figure 4-39) When installing the new shovel,
be sure to keep tension on the spring while
installing the screw. The shovel should make a
clicking noise when applying tension to it in its
installation position.
Shovel
Spring Slot
Figure 4-39. Expulsion Tablet Shovel Removal
4-18
Component Teardown
Low Pressure Flow Meter Removal
Electrical
Connection
The low pressure flow meter is located to the right of
water tank when looking at unit from the rear.
To remove low pressure flow meter (See Figure 4-40):
1. Pull unit out from installation and remove from the
installation cavity.
2. Remove top stainless steel cover assembly.
3. Remove rear panel.
4. Disconnect wire leads from low pressure flow
meter.
5. Remove water lines from low pressure flow meter.
Water Lines
Figure 4-40. Low Pressure Flow Meter
Magnetic Sensor Removal
Magnetic
Sensor
The magnetic sensor is mounted to the base of the
water tank mounting bracket with two nuts.
To remove the magnetic sensor (See Figure 4-41):
1. Pull unit out from installation and remove from the
installation cavity.
2. Remove top stainless steel cover assembly.
3. Remove rear panel and water tank.
4. Disconnect wire leads from magnetic sensor. The
disconnects are located behind the water tank
mounting bracket and next to boiler assembly.
5. Using two 13mm wrenches, remove top nut from
sensor then pull out from unit.
6. After installing the new magnetic sensor, completely
fill water tank with filtered water and test with an
ohmmeter. With the water tank full the magnetic
sensor should test as a closed switch. Remove
water from tank and check again, the sensor should
test as an open switch.
4-19
To Wire
Harness
Electrical
Connection
13mm
Nuts
Figure 4-41. Magnetic Sensor Removal
Component Teardown
Water Pump Assembly Removal
Tie-down Straps
The water pump assembly is located directly beneath
water tank and is secured to base plate with screws.
Water lines attached to the pump are secured with
tie-down straps or compression fittings.
Electrical Connections
To remove water pump assembly (See Figure 4-42):
1. Pull unit out from installation and remove from the
installation cavity.
2. Remove top stainless steel cover assembly.
3. Remove rear panel.
4. Disconnect wire leads from water pump motor
terminals.
5. Slide coffee maker off edge of table or countertop
to access the screws from the underside of the
base plate. Then, using a 2.5mm allen wrench and
a 7mm wrench, extract the screws securing the
water pump assembly to base plate.
6. Use a wire cutters to remove the tie-down straps
securing water lines to water pump assembly.
Compression fittings require a 12mm open end
wrench to be removed from the water pump.
12mm Nuts
Compression Fitting
Figure 4-42. Water Pump Assembly Removal
Water Line
Fitting
Screws
2-Way
Solenoid
Compression
Fitting
2-Way Solenoid Removal
2-Way
Solenoid
The 2-way solenoids are mounted to a bracket along
the right side of inner frame next to the boiler assembly. Allen head screws secure the 2-way solenoids to
the mounting bracket.
To remove the 2-way solenoids (See Figure 4-43):
1. Pull unit out from installation and remove from the
installation cavity.
2. Open door and remove drip tray and coffee
grounds drawer from unit. Remove door assembly.
3. Remove top stainless steel cover assembly and left
side cover panels.
4. Disconnect wire leads from solenoid terminals.
5. Using a 12mm open end wrench, remove water line
fittings from solenoid.
6. From opposite side of mounting bracket, use a
2.5mm allen wrench and extract screws securing
the solenoid to mounting bracket.
4-20
Compression
Fitting
Figure 4-43. 2-Way Solenoid Removal
Component Teardown
3-Way Solenoid and Drain Tube Removal
Compression Fitting
The 3-way solenoid is located above drain tube in the
brewing compartment. Screws secure the 3-way
solenoid to the unit inner frame. In order to access
the water lines of 3-way solenoid, the drain tube
water line must be removed from drain tube to allow
the 3-way solenoid assembly to be pulled out from
under the boiler area.
Screws
Remove Water
Line Here
Screws
To remove the 3-way solenoid (See Figure 4-44):
1. Pull unit out from installation and remove from the
installation cavity.
2. Open door and remove drip tray and coffee
grounds drawer from unit. Remove door assembly.
3. Remove top stainless steel cover assembly and left
side cover panels.
4. Disconnect water line from front of solenoid.
5. Using a 2mm allen wrench, extract screws securing
the drain tube assembly to inner frame. Remove
water line from drain tube assembly.
Electrical Connections
Drain Tube
Figure 4-44. 3-Way Solenoid and Drain Tube
Removal
NOTE: For clarity, the brewing assembly and grinder
assembly are not shown.
6. Pull 3-way solenoid out from under the boiler in
order to access the electrical connections and
water lines.
7. Using a 12mm open end wrench, remove water line
fittings from solenoid. Use a pliers to remove wire
clamp from the bottom of the 3-way solenoid.
8. Disconnect wire leads from solenoid terminals.
Wire
Terminal
Water
Level
Probe
Boiler Assembly Removal
The boiler assembly is secured to the inner frame by
two threaded studs that pass through the unit frame
and are secured with nuts.
To remove the boiler assembly (See Figure 4-45 ):
1. Pull unit out from installation and remove from the
installation cavity.
2. Open door and remove drip tray and coffee
grounds drawer from unit. Remove door assembly.
3. Remove top stainless steel cover assembly and left
side cover panels.
4. Disconnect electrical leads water level sensor and
heating element.
5. Disconnect wire leads for the thermostat and
temperature sensor at the quick disconnects.
6. Using a 12mm open end wrench, remove water
lines from compression fittings mounted to boiler
assembly.
7. Using a 13mm socket or open end wrench, remove
nuts from brewing area. Pull boiler from unit.
Temperature
Sensor
Nuts
Safety Valve
Thermostat
Element
Wire
Terminals
Figure 4-45. Boiler Assembly Removal
4-21
Component Teardown
Notes
4-22
Parts List
Section 5
Parts Lists
and
Exploded Views
of
Built-In Coffee Maker
5-1
Parts List
Electrical Components
16
15
2
14
3
5
6
7
8
9
1
10
17
1
11
12
4
13
18
19
5-2
Parts List
Ref #
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
Part #
60182900618 ....
04900657 ..........
04900666 ..........
04060002............
15050002 ..........
04000501 ..........
04900652 ..........
04900651 ..........
00000158 ..........
04000091............
04900649 ..........
05000037 ..........
04200043 ..........
05000743............
05000746............
00000060 ..........
04900650.S ......
77000049003......
77000040001 ....
Description
Hinge Holder
Serial Cable Display
Serial Cable Touchpad
Supply Cable (USA Plug)
Capacitor 16microF V230
Capacitor 16 uF V110
Voltage Kpl. TA50 V230-18 150VA 50/60Hz
Voltage Transformer TA50 V110
Stainless Steel Screw M6x50 TCEI Uni 5931
Flat Holder 4228/B
EPROM English
Plastic Nut
Microswitch
Lower Piston
Fasten Pipe Clip Dia.8mm
Nut AQ M3
Electronic Card
Accessory Pack for Tank Version
Box for Accessories Plumbed Version Europe
5-3
Parts List
Water System Components
2
4
7
3
17
3
8
15
Tank 5 L. Group
20
9
19
18
5
10
16
6
11
14
12
1
13
Tank
Direct Connection
21
23
22
24
5-4
Parts List
Ref #
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
Part #
04900027 ..............
05000719 ..............
00000148 ..............
05000758 ..............
20000290267 ........
04900660 ..............
05000705.F ............
05000732 ..............
05000755 ..............
04000565 ..............
01000089 ..............
02280018 ..............
05000759 ..............
00000155 ..............
980020301 ............
04000566 ..............
05000756 ..............
00000060 ..............
00000034 ..............
04000194 ..............
98017031 ..............
98017031 230V ......
98017031AD ..........
98017031AD 230V ..
Description
Flowmeter NSF High Pressure
Black Decaffeinated Slide Closing
Stainless Steel Screw M4x16 TCEI Uni 5931
Black Cover Water Box 5 Liter
Draining Pipe SCM5
Flowmeter NSF Low Pressure
Coffee Beans Container Cover
Decaffeinated Conveyor
Water Container 5 Liter
Magnetic Sensor M8x30 L=300
Check Valve (Water Tank)
O-Ring 11mm Diameter
Water Tank Collector 5 Liter
Stainless Steel Screw 2.9x13vTSPTCR ISO 4757
Tank 5 Liter Group
Water Level Float/ Water Tank
Black Cover Panel 5 Liter
Nut AQ M3
Screw M3x25 TS
Lamellar Faston
Tank Pump Group 120V
Pump Group Tank Group 230V
Pump Group for Plumbed Units
Pump Group for Plumbed Units 230V
5-5
Parts List
Boiler Assembly
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29
30
31
12
14
13
26
27
15
16
4
12
6
11
14
10
9
8
7
12
4
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6
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4
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24
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25
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4
28
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21
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23
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Parts List
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14100080 ............
14100081 ............
98030015 ............
07300375 ............
04900561 ............
07300363 ............
07300365 ............
02290016 ............
11740001 ............
07300361 ............
09000003 ............
00000150 ............
03001574 ............
07300203 ............
04100056 ............
04100057 ............
04100042 ............
04100043 ............
04100046 ............
04100047 ............
07300539 ............
03001572 ............
00000145 ............
98013021 ............
09500013 ............
98003035 230V ..
98003035 120V ....
02290030.1 ..........
Description
Element 1" 1/4" 115V
Element 1" 1/4" 230V
Welded Boiler
Swivel Joint 6-1/8
Temperature Probe 1/8 Micr. Boiler
Double Joint 6-1/4 380A
Joint T 1/4 M-F-F
O-Ring Dia 9.5mm R5
Teflon Pipe 6/4
Swivel Joint L 6-1/4
Complete Level Probe
Inox Screw M4x6
Microbar Support and Valve
Tube Connection
2 Ways Solenoid Valve
2 Ways Solenoid Valve
2 Ways Solenoid Valve
2 Ways Solenoid Valve
3 Ways Solenoid Valve
3 Ways Solenoid Valve
Fast Joint 1/8
Solenoid Valve One Boiler Support
Inox Screw M3x8 TCEI ISO 4762
Security Valve
Thermostat
Boiler Group 230V
Boiler Group 120V
O-ring for Boiler
Not Shown:
29.
30.
31.
32.
11740002 ............
11740001 ............
11600001.W ........
11600001.R ........
Teflon Pipe Dia. 4mm
Teflon Pipe Dia. 6mm
Silicon Pipe Dia. 7.5mm L=700mm
Silicon Pipe 4x7.5 1mt=41g
5-7
Parts List
Grinder Assembly
19
20
18
10
11
1
12
8
9
3
2
2
3
4
13
14
15
16 -V110
17 -V220
21
5
6
7
22
23
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Parts List
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84005001 ............
00000134 ............
15800045 ............
03001515 ............
00000165 ............
05000726 ............
05000725 ............
15800038 ............
02290025 ............
07300522 ............
05000708 ............
00000156 ............
85060006 ............
01000160 ............
00000119 ............
84005003 ............
84005004 ............
05000704 ............
05000707 ............
00000132 ............
03001536 ............
98005030-230 ....
98005032 ............
Description
Upper Blade Support
Screw M3x6
Blades D50 3
Grinder Frame
Inox Screw M3x8 TCEI ISO 4762
Right Slide Coffee Closing
Right Slide Coffee
Blade Support Lock Nut
Or Grinder
Grinding Screw
Regolable Screw Right Chuck
Stainless Steel Screw 2x9 TCTCR ISO 4757
Lower Blade Support
Isolator D10x10 M4 FF
Stainless Steel Screw M4x6 TSPTCR ISO 7046
Grinder Motor 120V 60Hz
Grinder Motor KPL 230V 50Hz
Coffee Beans Container
Internal Container Protection
Screw for Beans Container
Coffee Microbar Sliding Tang
SCM 1 Grinder Group 230V
Grinder Group 120V
5-9
Parts List
Brewing Assembly
3
48
4
24
5
6
25
1
7
1
26
2
27
9
8
48
29
8
28
10
46
8
48
6
47
11
12
27
30
13
31
8
32
14
12
49- Brewing Group 230V
50- Brewing Group 115V
33
6
11
15
16
17
18
34
35
19
36
20
37
21
38
22
8
39
40- V230
41 - V120
23
23
42
43
44
45
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Part #
00000148 ............
00000152 ............
07300507 ............
07300519 ............
00000149 ............
00000011 ............
04600003 ............
00000145 ............
03001541 ............
04000312.A ........
08000057 ............
08000071 ............
08000080 ............
04000312.B ........
05000737 ............
84004001 ............
00000155 ............
07300508 ............
03001540 ............
00000150 ............
05000744.1 ........
07300501 ............
08000015 ............
05000740 ............
05000742 ............
02290020 ............
03000069 ............
05000738 ............
08000077 ............
08000053 ............
05000743 ............
00300019 ............
04000314 ............
84004002 ............
02290019 ............
07300542 ............
07300505 ............
00000162 ............
07300503 ............
14100063 ............
14100064 ............
08000078 ............
07300513 ............
08000079 ............
07300512 ............
03001542 ............
00000192 ............
00000164 ............
98004030 ............
98004030 ............
Description
Stainless Steel Screw M4x16 TCEI UNI 5931
Stainless Steel Screw M6x16
Flanged Bush
Jack Screw / Movement for Brewing Group
Stainless Steel Screw M4x30 TCEI UNI 5931
Star Washer 4mm
Motor for Brewing Group
Stainless Steel Screw M3x8 TSPEI UNI 5933
Blocking Cable Slabgroup Support
Magnetic Sensor L420
Plastic Sleeve (For Jack Screw)
Axial Bearing 19x10x6
Undulating Ring
Magnetic Sensor L520
Lever Sleeve (Expulsion Shaft Actuator)
Support for Brewing Group
Stainless Steel Screw M2.9x13 TSPTCR ISO 4757
Brewing Chamber Slide (Stationary)
Cover Plate (For Screw Mechanism)
Stainless Steel Screw M4x6 TBEI ISO 7380
Lower Bearing For Screw Mechanism
Shaft Expulsion Spring
E-Clip RS5
Delivery Tube
Upper Piston
O-Ring Dia. 43mm
Water Sieve - Lower
Expulsion Lever Arm
Spring for Lever Arm
Plastic Sleeve for Brewing Chamber Slides
Lower Piston
Set Screw M4 x 8 (Heating Element into Brewing Chamber)
Magnetic Unit DI 4x10
Brewing Chamber
O-Ring R6
L Rapid Fitting M6
Lower Piston Gasket Nut
Grained Washer D8, 4x17x.5
Upper Piston Shaft
Element D10x55, 18W 230V
Element D10x55, 18W 120V
Lower Piston Long Spring
Lower Spring Support
Lower Piston Short Spring
Upper Spring Support
Blocking Cable Slabgroup Support
Screw M4 x 8 Inox TE UNI 5739
Inox Screw M4x12 TSPEI UNI 5933
Brewing Group 230V
Brewing Group 120V
5-11
Parts List
Door Assembly
4
3
5
8
7
24
9
6
10
1
13
22
14
11
6
12
13
1
18
2
17
17
19
20
15
16
23
5-12
21
Parts List
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60182900618 ......
00000155 ............
7500000001 ........
42030099985 ......
04200063 ............
60182200481 ......
44010000024 ......
60182202397 ......
20000291272C ..
60182206610 ......
4200010 ............
44001659999 ......
42013299998 ......
44001799999 ......
05000728.S ........
9993101019 ........
60186600559 ......
05000735 ............
84003000 ............
84003007 ............
60182202120 ......
60182202110 ......
09993101035 ......
NA
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Description
Hinge Holder
Stainless Steel Screw M2.9x13 TSPTCR ISO 4757
Complete Display
Low Voltage Transformer (Control Panel LEDs)
Door Microswitch
Hinge Art. 481Dia. 35mm
Touchpad Electrolux
Pawl + Holder
External Door SCM5
Spring Hook + Holder
Bipolar Light Switch
Modular Bipolar Light Switch - White
LED OSP/25L60MT/L1/AZ
CAP PVCXL4 T125
Delivery Nozzle Support
Delivery Nozzle
Hinge Art. 559diam 26mm
Pipe Support
“L” Bend Pipe
Stainless Hot Water and Steam Nozzle
Padlock with Universal Key
Lever for Padlock
Delivery Nozzle Cover
Ribbon Cable
5-13
Parts List
Miscellaneous Components
8
1
2
3
4
10
9
6
7
5
12
12
11
5-14
Parts List
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Part #
20000295570 ......
20000290307 ......
51121001599 ......
20000290072 ......
60180036445 ........
20000091161 ......
20000793162 ......
75000119663 ......
20000190308 ......
20000190309 ......
60041161010 ......
20000190265 ......
Description
Coffee Grounds Drawer SCM5 Electrolux
Drop Collecting SCM5
Antivibration Rubber
Water Collecting SCM5 Electrolux
Long Slide
Spacer for Long Slide
Holder for Long Slide
Fireproof Cover
Left Covering
Right Covering
Allen Screw M4x10 TS
Lower Stainless Filler (L/R Reversible)
5-15
Parts List
Notes
5-16
Wiring Diagrams
Section 6
Wiring Diagrams
of
Built-In Coffee Maker
6-1
Main
Power
Switch
Blue
6-2
Autofilling
Steam
Level
120Vac
12Vac
Black
Red
Empty
Electronic Transformer For Touchpad
PTDC/10/U/24V
CN4 - Flow Meter
CN20 - Temperature Probe
CN8 - Transformer (Yellow: Secondary Phase
Red/Black: Primary Phase)
Empty
Front Door
Upper Position of Brewing Group
Ground Drawer
350mA
Motor Controller
120Vac
Contrast Adjuster
Red
Connecting
to Display
White
Brown
Green
Black
Black
Yellow
Red
White
Black
Light Switch
Electronic Transformer
For Lamps PTDC/10/U/350mA
Lower Position of Brewing Group
Connection to
Smart Card
CN9 - Display
CN10 - Microswitch Door - Up/Down Plunger
CN11 - Controls
CN5 - Water Tank Level - Autofilling Stem Level
Blue
Brown
Water
Tank
Level
Serial
TTL
Flowmeter
Empty
Brown
Green
Control Unit Transformer
White
Steam Boiler Temperature Probe
Blue
Brown
Brown
Black
Yellow
Yellow
White
Yellow
White
Blue
Red
empty
Blue
Black
Black
Panel Light Front
Red
White
Brown
Violet
Solenoid Valve Hot Water
Solenoid Valve
Brewing Group
Pump
Grinder
Heating Element Boiler
Relay for Heating Element
Blue
Pink
Solenoid Valve for Steam
Yellow
Solenoid Valve Water Level
Orange
Black
Brown
Connecting Cable to Touchpad
Motor Adjuster
Milk Beverage Selector
Primary
Input
50/60Hz
N
F
Control Panel
Wiring Diagrams
Wire Diagram Built-In Coffee Maker