WMF COFFEEMACHINES
Operator’s Manual
WMF BISTRO
Model Series
8000 / 8100 / 8200
Edition 11 - Printed in 06.06
Item-No.
33 0914 0000
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Congratulations on the purchase of your
WMF COFFEE MACHINE.
Its advanced technology, long service life,
economy and above all the quality of its
coffee will delight you.
Please read these operating instructions.
You will get more pleasure from your
WMF COFFEE MACHINE and will know
all there is to know!
In your own interests, please follow all
safety and cautionary instructions and pay
attention to the warning labels placed on
the machine. This will help to avoid
accidents and technical malfunctions.
Never entrust the machine to anyone who
is not familiar with the operating
instructions.
Keep these operating instructions near the
machine. This will allow your operating
personnel easy access to information at any
time, and will enable them to take the
appropriate action should there be any
technical malfunctions.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Machine features and components .................................................................................................. 43
2 Warnings............................................................................................................................................ 44
3 Safety instructions............................................................................................................................. 45
4 Machine specifications...................................................................................................................... 47
5 Conditions for Installation and Operation ..................................................................................... 48
6 Operation ........................................................................................................................................... 49
6.1 Starting the machine .................................................................................................................... 49
6.2 Making coffee.............................................................................................................................. 49
6.2.1 Espresso/Café Crème/filtered coffee* .............................................................................. 50
6.2.2 Cappuccino........................................................................................................................ 51
6.2.3 Manual input ..................................................................................................................... 51
6.2.4 Quantity selection ............................................................................................................. 52
6.3 Coffee beans containers............................................................................................................... 53
6.4 Hot water dispensing ................................................................................................................... 53
6.5 Steam dispensing (not valid for USA)......................................................................................... 54
6.6 Coffee grouts container ............................................................................................................... 55
6.7 Display of quantities dispensed ................................................................................................... 56
6.8 Personnel accounting system....................................................................................................... 57
Sales systems....................................................................................................................................... 57
6.10 Switching the machine off........................................................................................................... 58
7 Settings ............................................................................................................................................... 59
7.1 Setting froth quality..................................................................................................................... 59
7.2 Quantity selection........................................................................................................................ 60
8 Care of the machine .......................................................................................................................... 61
8.1 Daily cleaning.............................................................................................................................. 61
8.1.1 Cleaning the machine........................................................................................................ 62
8.1.2 Cleaning the combination spout........................................................................................ 63
8.2 General cleaning.......................................................................................................................... 66
9 Error messages and displays............................................................................................................ 67
9.1 Error messages............................................................................................................................. 67
9.2 Error messages for the operator................................................................................................... 67
9.3 Information for the operator ........................................................................................................ 68
10 WMF Customer service.................................................................................................................... 68
11 Liability .............................................................................................................................................. 69
12 HACCP Cleaning Concept............................................................................................................... 71
* ECF model version only
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Off
On
Cleaning
Accounting/programming
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Machine features and components
1
Coffee beans containers
2
Manual input/cleaning duct
3
Display
4
Lock switch
5
Coffee key
6
Rotary handle for steam output
7
Combination Spout
8
Steam dispensing nozzle
9
Drip tray, removable
10 Programming keys
11 Waiter´s lock
12 Hot water key
13 Hot water outlet
14 Swivelling coffee dispenser head
15 Coffee grouts container
16 Clamping valve
The following numbers only appear on illustrations in the text:
17 Coin slot
18 Coin return chute
19 Coin return button
20 Control indicator “ON“
21 On / Off switch (inside coin box)
22 Lockable coin box
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Warnings
Complete machine safety is an integral WMF product characteristic to which we pay particular
attention.
In spite of all our safety precautions, however, every machine is potentially hazardous if not
operated properly.
This is why – for your own safety – we have summarised the warnings below and highlighted
them with a background.
Please observe the “Safety instructions” on page 45.
For your own safety,
please observe the
following instructions
at all times :
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Connection of the machine and starting up for the first
time must only be carried out by WMF customer service
technicians
All maintenance and repair work must only be carried
out by WMF customer service technicians or
authorised persons.
Only original parts should be used.
In no circumstances should any alteration be made to
the built-in safety devices.
Caution!
There is a danger of scalding in the vicinity of the
swivelling coffee dispenser head 14, in the vicinity of the
hot water outlet 13 and in the vicinity of the combination
spout 7. Use care when dispensing hot liquids and steam
using the swivelling coffee dispenser head 14, the hot
water outlet 13 or the combination spout 7. The liquid and
steam are extremely hot and may scald.
Caution! Risk of crushing!
Never reach into the coffee hopper 1 when the machine is
switched on.
Caution! Health hazard!
When handling the cleaner, always follow the safety
instructions on the pack. The cleaner is caustic and can
hurt. Because cleaning fluid flows out of the swivelling
coffee dispenser head 14 or the combination spout 7
during cleaning, place a collection tank (capacity at least
1.4 litres) below the machine to collect the cleaning fluid
safely (for machines without drain connections only).
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Safety instructions
General notes
1.
At the end of the working day always ensure that the shut-off device on the water pipe
supplying the machine is closed and the main power switch to which the machine is
connected is switched off and/or the plug is removed from the socket.
2.
The component-tested safety devices fitted prevent inadmissible pressure and temperature rise
in the boiler. If the safety valve is activated, the machine should be switched off immediately
at the customer’s main switch. Switch off the machine if a boiler malfunction occurs. Contact
the WMF customer service department and do not switch the machine on again until the fault
has been remedied.
3.
This machine is not for use out of doors. In case of freezing the machine should be drained
beforehand to prevent frost damage.
4. Never spray the machine with a hose. Steam cleaners, steam-jet cleaners and similar
equipment must not be used to clean the machine. Clean the surface by wiping with a damp
cloth, or use products from our WMF care range.
5.
The unit must stand safe at a ground level, on a horizontal and stable base.
Machine shutdown – holidays
1. If the machine is to be shut down for an extended period, a general clean should be carried out
beforehand and the grouts container must be emptied. If there is any risk of freezing, the
machine should be drained beforehand to prevent frost damage. In such cases, call in the
WMF customer service personnel in good time.
2. After several weeks of shutdown for holidays, we recommend that the fully automatic cleaning
program be run at least twice before the machine is started up again.
Hot water boiler data – see rating plate
The hot water boiler complies with the Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC - Category 1,
Module A.
The hot water boiler is subject to neither notification nor licensing. Each hot water boiler is
subjected to hydrostatic tests before delivery to the customer.
The operator of such equipment is responsible for due maintenance and verification of the safety
mechanism.
The machine complies with all the relevant regulations.
The operator is obliged to ensure that electrical plant and equipment is tested to establish that it is
in safe working order (e.g. german law BGV A3).
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This device is subject of the directive on waste electrical and electronic equipment
(WEEE/EU directive) and may not be disposed of as domestic waste.
Preventive measures to avoid consequential machine damage
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Any technical devices, particularly large fully automatic machines, are a potential source of
danger when operated without supervision.
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We therefore recommend that the operator takes appropriate action to prevent damage, for
instance installing a suitable water detector in the site water supply line.
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If the local water has a carbonate hardness of more than 5° (German hardness), a WMF water
filter must be installed in the supply line to the machine.
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Maintenance intervals depend on how heavily the machine is used and on local water
conditions, and should be fixed by agreement with your service engineer. Even in the case of
light use, maintenance should be carried out at least once a year and the water filter, if fitted,
should be replaced.
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Machine specifications
Rated power *
3.3 kW
6.3 kW
Rated power USA *
3.9 kW
5.8 kW
300 cups
200 cups
150 cups
300 cups
200 cups
150 cups
Hot water output, total
24 l/h (6.3 gallons/h)
48 l/h (12.6 gallons/h)
Coffee bean containers
1 kg (2.2 pound)
1 kg (2.2 pound)
1/N/PE ~ 50 Hz/230 V
3/N/PE ~ 50 Hz/400 V
1 PE ~ 240 V/60 Hz
(1 ~, 3 W)
3 PE ~ 208 V/60 Hz
(3 ~, 4 W)
1 PE ~ 240 V/60 Hz
(1 ~, 3 W)
3 PE ~ 208 V/60 Hz
(3 ~, 4 W)
Hourly output **
Espresso
Café Crème
Filtered coffee ***
Electricity supply *
Electricity supply USA *
External dimensions
Width
Width (with coin checker)
Height
Depth
Weight (empty)
Continuous sound pressure
level (Lpa) ****
450 mm (17.7 inches)
640 mm (25.2 inches)
721 mm (28.4 inches)
550 mm (21.7 inches)
Approx. 61 kg
(135 pound)
Approx. 61 kg
(135 pound)
< 70 dB (A)
Subject to technical change without notice.
*
For details of special versions, see the rating plate. The values shown here are for the basic version.
**
The hourly outputs shown here are APPROXIMATE VALUES. The actual output depends on such things as the
amount and fineness of the ground coffee, the type of coffee, the brewing temperature, the diameter of the
brewing aperture, the brewing pressure, the water hardness and the general condition of the machine (e.g. scale
deposits, connection conditions, electricity supply, water quality, drain, wear, etc.).
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ECF model version only
****
The A-weighted mean sound pressure level Lpa (slow) and Lpa (impulse) at the operator’s workplace is below
70 dB (A) in every operating mode.
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5
Conditions for Installation and Operation
The necessary local building work must be ordered by the user of the machine and must be carried
out by authorised contractors in accordance with the general and local regulations. The WMF
customer service personnel are only permitted to connect the machine to the existing outlets. They
are not permitted to carry out any building work; they are also not responsible for ensuring that
this work is done.
Rated power
Power cable, locally
provided *
Fuse, locally
provided
Mains voltage
tolerance
Drinking water
connection
Water quality
Installation space
for water filter
WxHxD
6.3 kW
3 x 1,5²
5 x 2,5²
1 x 16 A
3 x 16 A
230 V/400 V +6% -10%
Mains dropouts <50 ms do not interrupt machine operation
TW 15 (DN 15, at least DN6 or ¼") with locally provided shutoff valve
and dirt filter, flow pressure at least 0,2 MPa, max. 0,6 MPa
If the water has a hardness of more than 5° dKH (carbonate
hardness), a WMF water filter must be installed before the machine.
Hose DN 19, minimum gradient 2 cm/m
Water outlet line
Ambient
temperature
Maximum
humidity
Installation space
3.3 kW
+5 °C to +35 °C (drain the water system if there is a danger of frost)
80% relative humidity, no condensation, no splashwater.
Do not use the machine outdoors!
For trouble-free operation and safety and to permit access for servicing,
there should be a free space of 50 mm between the rear and sides of the
machine and the walls or any non-WMF equipment. A free height of
1100 mm should be provided above the mounting surface. The height of
the mounting surface above floor level should be at least 700 mm and not
more than 900 mm. If the space below the mounting surface is to be used
for other equipment (such as a water filter or a grounds container), it
should be between 500 and 760 high, depending on the configuration and
the local connections. If the connections to the machine pass downwards
through the shelf, these will require space and the available space in the
lower compartment may be reduced.
Standard:
Jumbo:
250 x 500 x 400 mm
290 x 670 x 420 mm
* The on-site electrical system must comply with IEC 364. An e.l.c.b. switch with 30 mA rated fault current to
EN 61008 should be installed upstream of the unit for increased safety. An earthed socket outlet must be installed
near the unit for one-phase connection. A 5-pole CEE/CEKON socket outlet to EN 60309 must be installed for
three-phase connection. If the mains power cable of this unit is damaged, it must be replaced by our customer
service engineer or a similarly qualified person. If the machine is permanently connected on site, a disconnecting
device (master switch) to EN 60947 acting on all poles and with a contact gap of at least 3 mm must be installed
upstream. The disconnecting device is also recommended for flexible connection. The mains power cable must not
be allowed to come into contact with hot parts of the machine. Master switch and socket outlet are part of the onsite installation. The machine must not be installed with permanent on-site connection when mounted on a trolley.
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6.1
Operation
Starting the machine
Before the machine is started up, the main shut off valve
in the fresh water feed line must be opened and the main
electrical switch outside the machine turned on.
Turn lock switch 4 to position “I”- (On)
The machine is then switched on and will heat up to
operating temperature (approx. 12 minutes).
During the warm-up phase, the display alternately shows:
LOCKED
11:21
20.04. ^
--Warm up--
When the machine has warmed up, the display shows:
“READY”:
“11:21”:
“20.04”:
“Pre-sel. 01”
6.2
READY
Pre-sel. 01
11:21
20.04.
The machine is ready for use.
Current time
current date
Only one brew is produced
for each key press.
See page 52,
6.2.4 Quantity selection.
Making coffee
The unit has 2, 4 or 8 beverage buttons, depending on the
version.
Each button can be programmed individually.
WMF customer service will allocate your pushbuttons and
set up the machine according to your requirements.
Model 8001
Model 8101 / 8201
In the BISTROECF version, your unit has a second set of
buttons.
This is activated via the
button.
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Model 8104 / 8204
Model 8106 / 8206
Note:
The two-cup function is programmed via the second set of
buttons:
Example: Espresso
1 cup of Espresso
2 cups of Espresso
are brewed at the
same time
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The swivelling coffee dispenser spout 14 and combination
spout 7 are variable and adapt to suit the cups you see
(see Fig. 1 or Fig. 2).
6.2.1
Espresso/Café Crème/filtered coffee*
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Caution! There is a danger of scalding in the vicinity
of the swivelling coffee dispenser head 14.
When the machine is ready to operate, preparation of
coffee can start.
In the BISTROECF version, the unit has a larger brewer for
brewing filtered coffee.
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Example: Brewing two cups of espresso.
1. Place two espresso cups beneath the swivelling coffee
dispenser head 14 (see Fig. 1).
2. Press the corresponding coffee key 5
.
During brewing, the key lights up and the display shows
the following:
The used coffee grouts are collected in the integrated
coffee grouts container 15.
* ECF model version only.
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Figure 1
2 ESPRESSO
Pre-sel. 01
11:21
20.04.
6.2.2
Cappuccino
Caution! There is danger of scalding in the vicinity
of the combination spout 7.
If your WMF BISTRO is fitted with an eight key control
panel, you will normally have two keys reserved for
cappuccino.
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In conjunction with the integrated combination spout 7, a
cup of cappuccino is produced at the press of the button.
For cappuccino preparation using the steam outlet,
see 6.5 Steam dispensing (not valid for USA)
– Production of frothed milk on page 61.
1. Place one or two cups beneath the combination spout 7
(see Fig. 2). You can adjust the height of the
combination spout to suit the size of the cups you use.
Figure 2
To do this, hold the combination spout with both hands
in the area of the guide rails (see Fig. 3).
2. Press cappuccino key
or . The milk is drawn in
from the milk pack or milk cooler provided and
frothed. At the same time, the coffee is brewed and
dispensed directly on to the frothed milk, and the
original cappuccino is ready.
Your WMF customer service personnel will set the
quantity of frothed milk you desire. Milk to be frothed
is drawn in from a container set up beside the machine.
For reasons of hygiene, please note the following:
ÎThe milk should be used up or replaced after twelve
hours at the latest.
Observe the notes on cleaning under 8 Care of the
machine on page 61
6.2.3
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Figure 3
Manual input
Your machine is provided with a manual input 2 for
operation of additional types of coffee:
1. Open the manual input 2 to turn off the coffee
containers
When the manual input 2 is open, the function remains
active for approx. 20 seconds and the display shows:
Insert ground coffee
Press button!
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2. Drop in 1-2 measuring spoons (max. 0,7 oz) of ground
coffee suitable for the brewing quantity required (see
Fig. 4).
1
2
Figure 4
3. Press the desired beverage key 5.
The display shows:
When the manual input 2 is closed, the machine is
again ready to function.
If no brewing takes place for more than 20 seconds,
the ground coffee in the grouts container is disposed
of and the following message appears:
Please close
input opening!
LOCKED
11:21
20.04.
READY
Pre-sel. 01
11:21
20.04.
Press the
- key to select the desired number of repeats.
Example: 6 x
READY
Pre-sel. 06
11:21
20.04.
Press the desired beverage key, e.g. double café crème
(6 times approx. 1.5 litres)
2 Café Crème
Pre-sel. 06
11:21
20.04.
6 brewing cycles are now performed. When brewing is
complete, the display again shows:
READY
Pre-sel. 01
11:21
20.04.
6.2.4
Quantity selection
If you wish to produce several cups in sequence, you can
have every key repeat automatically up to 12 times:
The pre-selected number of cycles can be increased or
reduced with the or – keys at any time.
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6.3
Coffee beans containers
The capacity of each coffee beans container 1 is approx.
2.2 pounds.
Please ensure that the coffee beans containers 1 are always
topped up in good time (see Fig. 5):
1
Figure 5
Special version:
A display 3 requests you to top up the coffee beans
containers 1.
Refill
coffee beans left!
Coffee dispensing is disabled when the coffee beans
container 1 is empty.
Refill
coffee beans right!
Simply refill the container with coffee beans and the
display will disappear.
6.4
Hot water dispensing
Caution! There is a danger of scalding in the vicinity
of the hot water outlet 13.
Hot water in 3 variants can be dispensed through the hot
water outlet 13 (see Fig. 6):
Measure quantities:
When the hot water key 12 is pressed, dispensing starts and
stops automatically (not valid for USA).
Start-stop function:
Pressing the hot water key 12 starts the dispensing process
and a further press stops it (not valid for USA).
Free-flow:
Dispensing continues for as long as the hot water key 12 is
pressed.
Figure 6
The desired method is set by your WMF customer service
personnel.
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6.5
Steam dispensing (not valid for USA)
Caution! There is a danger of scalding in the vicinity
of the steam dispensing nozzle 8.
For control, WMF BISTRO is fitted with a rotary handle
for steam output 6.
Heating drinks
1. Always immerse the steam dispensing nozzle 8 deeply
in the beverage.
2. Slowly open the rotary handle for steam output.
3. When the beverage is hot, close the rotary handle for
steam output 6 immediately.
4. After heating of the beverage, you should swivel the
steam dispensing nozzle 8 towards the drip tray 9 and
briefly open the rotary handle for steam output 6 again.
Then wipe the nozzle with a moist cloth.
Producing frothed milk
If your machine is not fitted with a combination spout 7,
you can produce frothed milk with the steam dispensing
nozzle 8 (see Fig. 7):
1. Use a tall, stainless steel jug with a handle (e.g.
06.3417.6040) where possible. This should be no more
than half full of cold milk.
2. First immerse the steam dispensing nozzle 8 deeply in
the milk and open the valve slowly.
3. Then move the jug up and down so that the outlet in the
steam dispensing nozzle 8 is removed from the milk
again and again.
Caution! Danger of scalding.
A large quantity of froth rapidly forms. Ensure, however,
that the milk is not overheated, as this will reduce the froth
quantity.
4. After milk is frothed, swinging the steam dispensing
nozzle 8 towards the drip tray 9, briefly open the rotary
handle for steam output 6 again. Then wipe the steam
dispensing nozzle 8 with a moist cloth.
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Figure 7
6.6
Coffee grouts container
The used coffee grouts are collected in the coffee grouts
container 15 inside the machine. The grouts container 15
has a capacity of approx. 60 brews.
Display 3 draws attention to full grouts containers 15 with
the following alternating display:
Please empty grouts
container!
READY
Pre-sel. 01
11:21
20.04.
A further approx. 5 brews are possible before coffee
dispensing is blocked:
LOCKED
11:21
20.04.
Now empty the coffee grouts container 15. The following
message will appear in the display 3:
Please re-insert
grouts container!
Replace the empty coffee grouts container 15. The display
3 will then show:
Grouts cont. empty?
Yes/ENTER
No/EXIT
Press ENTER to confirm if you have emptied the coffee
grouts container 15, or EXIT if you were only looking.
If you confirm by pressing ENTER, the coffee grouts
container 15 must be emptied and removed from the
machine for at least 5 seconds, otherwise the empty
confirmation (ENTER) will not be accepted.
The display then reads:
If the message appears, the coffee grouts container 15
should be emptied and removed from the machine again for
at least 5 seconds.
If the coffee grouts container 15 is removed, the display
sequence starts again with:
Grouts cont. not empty.
– please empty -
Please re-insert
Grouts container!
Warning!
The grouts container 15 must always be emptied before
replacing.
Replacing the grouts container 15 without emptying it
will contaminate the machine and can cause damage to
it.
In a special version, the grouts can also be ejected directly
into the counter. This also provides an opportunity for
collection of greater quantities of grouts.
The WMF customer service personnel will then set the
maximum collection quantity on the machine.
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If the machine has been set to emptying mode “R” (selfservice machine) by the WMF customer service technician,
there will be the following differences:
If the display 3 reads:
Please empty
grouts container!
The lock switch 4 should be turned to “R”. When the
coffee grouts container 15 is removed, the following
message will appear:
Please re-insert
grouts container!
Replace the empty coffee grouts container 15. The display
3 will then show:
Grouts cont. empty?
Yes/ENTER
No/EXIT
Press ENTER to confirm if you have emptied the coffee
grouts container or EXIT if you were only looking.
If you confirm by pressing ENTER, the following message
will appear in the display:
Please turn
Key to „I“
The machine is ready to use again.
Warning!
In this mode, acknowledgement that the coffee grouts
container has been emptied cannot be recorded in key
position “I”. It is not possible to press ENTER or EXIT.
Even if the coffee grouts container 15 has been duly
removed and emptied, the display will again read:
Please empty
grouts container!
Turn the lock switch to “R” and confirm that the coffee
grouts container 15 has been duly emptied by pressing
ENTER.
Then turn the lock switch to position “I”. The machine is
ready for use again.
6.7
Display of quantities dispensed
With the key in position “A“, the quantities dispensed for
every beverage key can be displayed.
1. Turn the lock switch 4 to position “A” (accounting)
The display shows the following:
Accounting...
/ENTER
[Set/->]
2. Press the ENTER key to enter the accounting program
3. You can call up the quantities for each beverage with
the beverage keys 5:
1 Espresso
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001895
/EXIT/->
2 Espresso
001092
/EXIT/->
1 Café Crème
010277
/EXIT/->
4. Pressing the
key allows you to reset the quantity
displays to “0”.
5. EXIT returns you to the initial menu.
6.8
Personnel accounting system
In conjunction with the WMF Multicount or in conjunction
with an accounting system (e.g. WMF HOGATRON), your
WMF BISTRO can be fitted with a WMF personnel
accounting system.
The espresso machine is then fitted with a waiter´s lock 11
and connected to the accounting unit.
Beverages are only released when an approved waiters key
is plugged in.
Accounting for the beverages dispensed for each waiter, is
accomplished by the WMF Multicount or external
accounting system.
6.9
Sales systems
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ONE-PRICE COIN CHECKER
18
19
The WMF BISTRO can be fitted with a coin checker
(Figure 8) for self-service operation. The coin checker is
switched on by a switch 21 inside the coin box. Coins may
be inserted when the “ON” lamp 20 is lit. The “ON”
display on the coin checker is illuminated when the checker
is switched on and there is a sufficient amount of ground
coffee.
20
21
22
Figure 8
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If the coin checker is switched off, beverages can be
dispensed free of charge.
The coins or tokens inserted into the coin checker
(coin slot 17 ) are collected in the lockable coin box 22.
The coin checker can be set to various selling prices. If the
coin checker malfunctions, press the coin return button 18.
The cash or tokens can then be removed from the coin
return chute 19. If beverages cannot be dispensed, the coin
slot is blocked and the “ON” indicator 20 is turned off.
COIN CHANGER
See the separate instructions for operation and
programming of the coin changer.
The coins or tokens inserted into the coins changer are
collected in the lockable coin box.
6.10 Switching the machine off
Daily cleaning should be performed before the
machine is switched off.
Turn the lock switch 4 to the position “0“ (Off).
When the machine has been switched off, the main shutoff valve in the fresh water feed line must be closed and
the main electrical switch outside the machine turned off.
Machine shutdown – holidays
1. If the machine is to be shut down for an extended
period of time, a general clean should be carried out
first. Drain the machine to prevent frost damage, if it is
to shut down for an extended period of time. In such
cases, call in the WMF customer service personnel in
good time.
2. After several weeks of shutdown for holidays, we
recommend that the full automatic cleaning program be
run at least twice before the machine is started up
again.
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Settings
You can alter or set the froth quality, quantity of ground
coffee and brewing quantity on your WMF BISTRO.
1. Turn lock switch 4 to position “A” (accounting).
The display shows the following:
Accounting...
/ENTER
[Set/->]
2. The
key calls up the setting program.
Set/Select...
[Info/->]
ENTER
[Acc./->]
3. The
key provides you with information on the next
servicing date and the condition of the water filter, if
installed.
Further information can be found in Chapter 9 Error
messages and displays on page 67, as well as under 9.2
Error messages for the operator on page 67.
7.1
Setting froth quality
Press the ENTER key to enter the setting program:
Select Froth Quality
/ < / >/
ENTER/EXIT
Pressing the
/
keys allows you to choose between
the Froth Quality and Portioning Quantities setting
programs.
Press the ENTER key to enter the froth setting program.
The display shows the following:
Froth Quality
fine/009
1...16
coarse/+
The froth quality can be set individually between 1 – 16 by
pressing the / keys.
Froth gets finer Æ less froth volume
Froth gets coarser Æ more froth volume
Press and hold down the ENTER key for 3 seconds to start
froth dispensing. The setting value can be changed while
froth dispensing is taking place. This process stops
automatically after 20 seconds or can be stopped by
pressing the EXIT key.
When the required result is reached, turn the key switch 4
to position “I” to store the new value.
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7.2
Quantity selection
/
keys allows you to choose between
Pressing the
the Froth Quality and Portioning Quantities setting
programs.
Select Quantities
/</>/
ENTER/EXIT
ENTER
Press start button!
> Quantity selection
Press the desired beverage key 5 for which the setting is to
be changed (e.g. “1 cup espresso”):
1 Espresso
Cof. 030
-/+
Wat. 040
>
The display will then flash to show you which values you
can change in this setting. This is done by pressing the
buttons. Once you have reached the desired value, press the
- button to move on to the next value to be set.
For example, if you press the cappuccino button, the
display will read:
1 Cappuccino
Cof. 030
-/+
Wat. 040
>
The coffee value will flash. After changing it, press
the
- button to change the water value.
1 Cappuccino
Cof. 030
-/+
Wat. 040
>
Press the
- button again, and the display will read:
1 Cappuccino
Milk frothed
-/+
060
>
If this is set to the value you require, please proceed in the
same way for all the other beverage buttons.
For example hot water:
When you have made all the changes for all the beverages
you require, turn lock switch to position “I”, and all the
new values are stored.
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Hot Water
Time 050
-/+
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8.1
Care of the machine
Daily cleaning
Daily cleaning of the WMF BISTRO is extremely
important to ensure correct operation of the machine and
top coffee quality. 26 hours after switching on the machine,
the display 3 will remind you that it is time for the daily
cleaning program.
To make sure the cleaning program is run, the machine
will switch off automatically after another 24 hours if
the cleaning program has not been run.
The cleaning program then has to be run before the
machine can be started up again.
If the machine is switched off without being cleaned
after operation, and if more than 26 hours have passed
since it was last cleaned when it is switched on again,
the machine will remain out of operation after heating
up.
The cleaning program must then be run through before the
machine can be started up again.
Caution!
There is a risk of scalding and burning in the area of the
combination spout 7. Take care not to press any of the
coffee keys 5 if the combination spout 7 has been removed.
Caution! Health hazard!
When handling the cleaner, always follow the safety
instructions on the pack. The cleaner is caustic and can
hurt. Cleaning fluid flows out of the swivelling coffee
dispenser head 14 and combination spout 7 during
cleaning.
If your WMF BISTRO includes a combination spout for
frothing milk, the following cleaning operations must be
run through:
8.1.1 Cleaning the machine on page 62 and 8.1.2
Cleaning the combination spout on page 63.
Only the cleaning operations described in
8.1.1 Cleaning the machine on page 62 need be run
through if your WMF BISTRO has a pivoted coffee spout.
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8.1.1
Cleaning the machine
Please use only special cleaning tablets (Order no.
33 0681 1000) to clean your WMF BISTRO.
Turn the lock switch 4 to position “R“ (cleaning).
The following display appears if your WMF BISTRO is
fitted with a combination spout:
CLEAN>Machine / ENTER
Milk frother
/+
The following display appears if your WMF BISTRO is
fitted with a pivoted coffee spout:
Cleaning cycle?
Start program / ENTER
In both cases, press ENTER to start the automatic cleaning
program. The display then shows the individual steps:
ENTER
Please empty grouts
Container!
/ ENTER
ENTER
Please re-insert
Grouts container!
Position container
under spout
/ ENTER
ENTER
(This display only appears when the machine is
not connected to a drainage pipe)
Insert
Cleaner!
/ ENTER
Figure 9
ENTER
Please close
Input opening
Î The cleaning program runs.
While the cleaning program is running (duration approx.
5 minutes), the display shows the following:
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CAUTION! CLEAN CYCLE
-- NO ACCESS--
If the machine is excessively soiled, this will be detected
by your WMF BISTRO and the following cleaning prompt
will appear on the display:
-> Machine
OFF / ON
Start CLEANING new!
The automatic cleaning program must then be run again
(see 8.1.1 Cleaning the machine on page 62)
8.1.2
Cleaning the combination spout
Warning!
For reasons of hygiene, all surfaces in contact with milk
should be cleaned at least once a day. The milk intake
hose should therefore be replaced at regular intervals.
Proceed as follows:
1. Press the release lever at the back of the combination
spout 7 and pull spout forward to remove (see Fig. 10
and Fig. 11).
Figure 10
Figure 11
2. Remove the milk intake hose from the clamping valve
by pulling both ends of the milk intake hose forward
and lifting it up out of the bracket (see Fig. 12).
Figure 12
Warning!
Risk of injury when removing and fitting the milk intake
hose in the clamping valve
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3. Clean the connector to which the combination spout 7
was fitted with a damp cloth.
4. Dismantle the combination spout 7 and clean it
thoroughly (completely) under running warm water.
Clean the ducts with the pipe cleaner and cleaning
brush supplied.
Figure 13
5. Then place all loose parts (including pipe cleaner,
cleaning brush, milk intake hose, intake nozzle and
angle piece) in cleaning solution for at least 5 hours.
To prepare this cleaning solution, fill a container with
0.5 l of lukewarm water, add 5 ml of WMF special
cleaner (Order No. 33 0683 6000) from the dosing
bottle and stir thoroughly. The parts must be
completely covered by the cleaning solution. (After
this, the parts are sterile. It is important to ensure no
new germs come into contact with them during
subsequent handling).
6. Rinse parts thoroughly under running (preferably
warm) water.
7. Reassemble the combination spout 7 and fit to
machine.
8. Now draw off one portion of hot water and turn the
lock switch to “R”.
9. Place the milk intake hose in the hot water and keep it
there. Then press the button. The steam flow
completes the cleaning process.
Caution!
Risk of scalding – cleaning fluid flows out of the
combination spout 7.
Cleaning fluid will be flushed through the
combination spout 7 for about 1 minute.
Then turn the lock switch to “I”.
Further recommendations:
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-
If there is no time to carry out point 5 due to operating
reasons, we recommend purchasing a second froth
head assembly
-
It is advisable in any case and especially in case of
low throughput or when using non-cooled milk to
carry out intermediate cleaning after four to six hour’s
operation. The procedure is as follows:
Turn lock switch to “R“. Prepare cleaning solution as
described in point 5 (5 ml of WMF special cleaner
Order No. 33 0683 6000 from the dosing bottle in
0.5 l of lukewarm water). Place milk intake hose in
solution and press button. Cleaning solution will be
flushed through the combination spout for about a
minute. Repeat twice with fresh water, then turn the
lock switch back to “I”.
-
Never use leftover milk from the day before to make
froth.
Foamer rinsing (optional):
Note:
Foamer rinsing is no substitute for daily cleaning.
You should still clean the coffee machine and the
milk foamer every day.
Foamer rinsing involves rinsing the milk foamer with
cold water, hot water and steam at an adjustable time
interval after dispensing a milk beverage. This is done to
remove milk residues. When 20 minutes (the time can be
adjusted by WMF Customer Service) have elapsed since
the last milk beverage was dispensed, foamer rinsing
starts automatically:
1. Your WMF coffee machine display flashes:
Caution! Foamerrinsing
2. The milk foamer is rinsed with cold water, hot water
and steam.
The complete rinsing process takes about 15 seconds.
Coffee dispensing is disabled during this time. If the set
time happens to elapse while you are preparing coffee,
foamer rinsing will start 15 seconds after the last
beverage is dispensed.
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Note:
Ensure than no jugs or other containers are beneath
the coffee spout while foamer rinsing is taking
place. Do not reach under the combination spout.
8.2
General cleaning
When the machine has cooled down, clean the panels and
drip plate with a moist cloth and then rub them dry with a
fine wool or chamois cloth. Avoid abrasive cleaning
powders as these can cause scratches.
We recommend the following product for care of the
metal panelling parts:
Matt surfaces: WMF Puragan£ forte
Order numbers for WMF´s machine care program:
Special cleaner for milk dispensers
Order no. 33 0683 6000
Special boiler cleaner
Order no. 33 0680 8000
Purargan forte
Order no. 14 2831 9990
Special cleaning tabs
Order no. 33 0681 1000
Pipe cleaner
Order no. 33 0350 0000
Cleaning brush
Order No. 33 1521 9000
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9
9.1
Error messages and displays
Error messages
The error messages listed below can and must only be cancelled by WMF or authorised
customer service personnel!
A diagnostic system is installed on your WMF BISTRO. Any faults are indicated on the display 3.
However, the fault messages listed below may also be caused by faults in the mains power supply.
A fault message consequently appears on the display when faults F1 to F5 appear for the first time
in normal operation.
The following message may appear on the display, for
example:
Fault!
-> Machine
[F1]
OFF / ON
Switch the machine off and on again.
If the fault recurs, the following message appears on the
display:
Fault!
Call customer service
[F1]
Please contact your local WMF or authorised customer
service centre so that the fault can be remedied as quickly
as possible. Remember to specify the fault number (e.g.
F1) so that the fault can be identified.
9.2
Error messages for the operator
The error messages described below can be cancelled by the operator.
No water pressure
©
Open the water supply line
Refill
Coffee beans left!
©
The message disappears automatically
when the container is filled *
©
The message disappears automatically
when the container is filled *
Please close
Input opening!
©
Manual input 2 is open – please close
Please empty grouts
Container
/ENTER
©
Please empty grouts container
(see 6.6 Coffee grouts container
on page 55)
Refill
Coffee beans right!
* This message only appears on machines with built-in light barriers.
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Please re-insert
Grouts container!
©
The message disappears automatically
when the container is re-inserted
Please proceed
cleaning cycle
©
The message disappears automatically
when cleaning is carried out
9.3
Information for the operator
Please bear in mind that this is a professional commercial coffee machine. A machine of this
type requires regular maintenance by our WMF Customer Service. The maintenance interval
depends on how heavily the machine is used, but maintenance should be carried out at least
once a year.
The displays listed below inform the operator of certain operating conditions.
READY
Pre-sel. 01
11:21
20.04.^
©
Machine is operational and the
heating is on “^”.
LOCKED
11:21
20.04.^
©
The display always alternates with a
“Message for the operator”.
Maintenance!
Call customer service
©
This display alternates with the
prompt “Heating!” after switching on
if the service interval or set number of
brews has been exceeded.
Filter Exchange!
Call customer service
©
This display alternates with the
prompt “Heating!” after switching on
when the set number of litres for the
WMF water filter has been reached.
You can now obtain further information on the next servicing date, the number of brews of your
WMF BISTRO and the condition of your WMF water filter.
For this purpose, turn the lock switch 4 to “A” (Accounting) and press first the
key and then
the
key. The following display appears for four seconds:
Info Mainten.
12.1998.
006347/030000 brew.
©
Next service due in December 1998.
The brewing unit must be serviced
after 30.000 brews, 6347 brews have
already been completed.
If a water filter is installed and the filter change display has been activated by the WMF customer
service technician, the following display will appear for four seconds:
Info Filter Exchange
01512 / 02500 Litres
Note:
The WMF water filter must be
replaced when 2500 litres of water
have passed through. 1512 litres have
already been used.
Scale deposits will form in the machine and cause hygiene problems if the filter is
not changed in good time.
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©
WMF´s comprehensive service allows every area to be reached in a short period of time. Our
personnel are experienced experts and carry special tools and the original spare parts required at
all times so that malfunctions can be eliminated on the spot.
In order to ensure regular machine inspection, we recommend that a regular machine maintenance
schedule be arranged with your local WMF or authorised service technician.
11 Liability
WMF will be liable as follows for justified defects of quality:
All products or services that exhibit a defect of quality within the statutory period of limitation
shall at the option of WMF be repaired or replaced free of charge if the cause of the defect of
quality occurred before the passing of risk.
Claims for defects of quality become statute-barred in twelve months. The period commences at
passing of risk. The above periods do not apply if longer times are prescribed by law.
The liability period is extended to 24 months from passing of risk if at the time of concluding the
contract of sale the customer concludes a maintenance agreement for regular maintenance of the
coffee machine purchased. The extension of liability period only applies if the maintenance
agreement concluded has a minimum term of two years.
If commissioning of the machine is delayed by more than four weeks for reasons for which WMF
is not responsible, the warranty period commences four weeks after delivery of the machine to the
customer.
The customer must notify WMF promptly in writing of any defects of quality. Replaced parts
become the property of WMF.
In all cases, WMF shall first be given an opportunity of subsequent performance within an
appropriate time. The customer shall place the subject of the complaint at WMF’s disposal.
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No warranty applies in respect of:
-
-
-
-
All parts subject to natural wear and tear. These include seals, ink ribbons and portioners;
Defects due to the effects of weather, scaling, chemical, physical, electrochemical or electrical
influences not attributable to any fault of WMF;
Failure to use a water filter even though local water conditions require the use of a water filter
and defects are thereby caused. The customer is always notified in the order acknowledgement
if use of a water filter is necessary;
Defects due to failure to follow the instructions for the use, maintenance and care of the
machine (e.g. WMF operating and maintenance instructions as specified in the instructions for
use/operator’s manual for the particular coffee machine model);
Defects due to improper or incorrect use, failure to use WMF original parts or defective
installation by the customer or third parties or defective or negligent treatment, or the
consequences of modifications or repairs carried out improperly and without our consent by
the customer or third parties.
Claims for damages on the part of the customer, on any legal ground, in particular based on nonobservance of duties arising from the relationship under the law of obligations and tortious act are
excluded.
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12 HACCP Cleaning Concept
Dear Customer
The purpose of this information for our customers is to help you to comply with the statutory
regulations on food hygiene when processing milk beverages from WMF coffee machines.
The statutory "Ordinance on Food Hygiene dated 5 August 1997 stipulates that you must ensure
that your guests do not suffer any health hazards as a result of consuming foods which you have
dispensed.
The HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points) concept demanded by these regulations
requires that you analyse the risk in your establishment in order to identify and remedy any hazard
points in conjunction with food hygiene. Monitoring procedures, as well as possibly also test and
inspection procedures, must be defined and enforced in this context.
When correctly installed, serviced, maintained and cleaned, the WMF coffee machines meet all
the requirements of the aforementioned regulations. The milk beverages dispensed from WMF
coffee machines also constitute a hazard point under food hygiene regulations if the machine is
not cleaned and serviced correctly.
The following points must therefore be noted when drawing up your HACCP concept:
Sterilize your milk system every day!
Strictly follow the Operating Instructions when cleaning the milk dispensing system. This will
ensure that your system has been sterilized before commencing operation.
Always start with a fresh pack of refrigerated long-life milk!
Long-life milk in unopened packages normally does not contain any harmful pathogens. For this
reason, you should never start work with an open pack. When opening a fresh pack, always
ensure that everything remains absolutely clean! Dirty hands, scissors or knives can contaminate
the milk with germs when the pack is opened.
Keep the milk refrigerated!
The milk should be refrigerated before use (temperature: approx. 6 – 8 °C). The higher the
temperature of the milk, the more rapidly germs will multiply.
- Refrigeration is only unnecessary if the pre-chilled, fresh milk is used up within not more than
3 hours (corresponds to roughly 15 cups of Cappuccino for 1 litre of milk). The milk only
warms up marginally during this time.
- If less milk is consumed, it should also be refrigerated during operation. Various possibilities
are available from WMF AG for this purpose. Here too, however, it is important to ensure that
the milk is chilled beforehand. It takes longer to cool warm milk and this should therefore be
done before opening the pack of milk. Always keep an additional unopened "extra" pack of
milk in the WMF chiller or on hand in your coldstore / refrigerator.
- If you cannot refrigerate the milk during operation and require only small quantities of milk,
you should additionally clean the system at the latest when changing to a fresh pack of milk
(see Operating Instructions)!
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Run through the all-automatic cleaning program for the coffee machine and disposal of the coffee grouts
Clean the milk frother (immerse in cleaning fluid for 5 hours!)
Clean or replace the milk frother after 4 hours of operation (this is absolutely essential if the frother is only used
occasionally and when using unrefrigerated milk)
4. Clean the machine in general, i. e. the enclosure, drip tray
Month
Year
General
Signature
Date
General
Signature
Cleaning procedure
Cleaning procedure
cleaning
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Always use refrigerated milk in order to exclude all risks of health damage due to microbacteria!
HACCP Cleaning Concept
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