Schaerer Coffee Factory
User Manual
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Introduction and General
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Congratulations on the purchase of your
Schaerer Coffee Machine
You will be impressed by technical design, durability,
economy of use and first and foremost the quality of
the coffee.
The Schaerer Coffee Factory coffee machine is a
fully automatic single‑cup machine for espresso, café
crème, cappuccino, milk coffee, foamed milk and hot
water.
As an option, hot choc beverages can be prepared
with two different types of choc (Twin Choc) and steam
dispensing.
Using the optional decaf button, any coffee beverage
can be dispensed with decaffeinated beans from the
second grinder.
Each beverage is freshly brewed at the press of a
button which guarantees high quality beverage.
Operator control of the machine is possible via a
graphic touch-pad display.
Keep these instructions near the coffee machine so that
you and your operating staff have the right information
handy and can take the correct action in the event of
any technical problems.
Please read the user manual
prior to using the coffee
machine!
Ensure staff has access to the
user manual!
Important! 1 Introduction
chapter
User Manual Signs and Symbols
Observe Safety chapter!
The coffee machine is designed to prepare up to
15,000 coffees and 6,000 chocolate beverages a year.
After every 15,000 brews, customer check-up by the
user is necessary and a full service is required after
every 30,000 servings.
Please be sure to follow the instructions in the Software
- Settings - Water Hardness and Range Chapter and to
make the necessary settings.
2
In the event of failure to comply
with maintenance information
(see chapter Maintenance),
no liability is accepted for any
resultant damage.
Similarly all guarantee/warranty
obligations cease to apply in
such cases.
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Chapter 1
1.1
Introduction
6
Designation of Coffee Machine Parts
6
User Manuals Signs and Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Chapter 2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
Table of Contents
Operating
10
Switch On Coffee Machine
Dispense Beverage
Decaf button (optional)
Milk or Milk Foam (optional)
10
10
10
11
2.4.1
Dispense milk or milk foam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
2.4.2
Connect up the milk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Standard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Schaerer Cooler, Schaerer Cup&Cool (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
2.5
Dispense Hot Water
12
2.6
Steam Outlet (optional)
12
Warming Beverage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Foaming Milk (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
2.7
Adjust Combi Spout Height
13
2.8
Bean Hopper/Product Hopper
13
2.9
Twin Topping Container /Twin Choc Container (optional)
13
2.10
Manual Insert (optional)/Tablet Insert
13
2.11
Coffee Grounds Container
14
2.12
Grounds Disposal through Counter (optional)
14
2.13
Drip Tray
15
2.14
Integrated milk cooler (optional)
15
2.15
Switch Off Coffee Machine
15
Chapter 3
3.1
3.2
Software
16
Overview
Ready to operate
16
18
3.2.1
Hot Rinse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
3.2.2
Barista Pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
3.2.3
Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Customer Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Brew Times . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Journal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Timer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
3.2.4
Toggle Pad (optional). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
3.2.5
Main Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
3.3
Main Menu
20
3.3.1
Milk and Foam
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Milk Foam Quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Latte Macchiato Pause Interval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
3.3.2
Timer program
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Timer status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Set timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Copy Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Timer overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Timer delete . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
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Customer Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Cleaning program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Foamer Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Mixer Rinsing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Descaling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Machine descaling with water tank or Aquaflex
Descaling machine with constant water supply
Filter Change. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Rinse Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Customer Check-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Setting
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Recipes and Beverage Button. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Selecting the beverage button when setting:
Adjust values
Save setting
Cup Volumes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Change Recipes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Set decaf (optional)
Button Allocation
Select grinder for a coffee beverage
Select the Portioner for the choc beverage
Weigh Grounds
Boiler Temperature. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Clock and Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Display Contrast. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Filter/Softener Fitted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Water Hardness/Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Warm-Up Rinse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Foamer rinsing (optional). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Rinsing interval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Operating options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Illumination
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Enter PIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
PIN Rights Access Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Level Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Level Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Level Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Delete PIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Accounting Unit Statistic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5
3.3.6
3.3.7
Chapter 4
Other Settings
36
4.1
Mechanical Settings
36
4.2
Beverage Buttons Labelling
37
4.1.1
4.1.2
Set Grind Fineness
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Aquaflex (optional) Switching between the constant water supply and the water tank. . . . . . 36
Chapter 5
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
5.1.5
5.1.6
4
Customer Care
Daily Cleaning
38
39
Cleaning program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Foamer Cleaning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Mixer Rinsing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Combi Spout Cleaning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Milk Tank Cleaning (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
General Cleaning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
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Weekly Cleaning
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5.3
Regular Cleaning
43
5.4
5.5
5.6
Steam outlet cleaning Filter Changing
Descaling
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5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.3.1
5.3.2
Brewing unit cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Choc/Topping Mixer Cleaning (optional). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Milk Compartment Cleaning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Water Tank Cleaning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Bean Hoppers Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Product Hopper Cleaning (optional), Choc/Topping, Twin-Topping, Twin-Choc . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Chapter 6
HACCP Cleaning Schedule
46
Recommendation for Choc/Topping (optional). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Chapter 7
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
48
Coffee Machine Maintenance
Mixer Maintenance (Choc)
Mixer Maintenance (Topping)
Schaerer Customer Service
Chapter 8
8.1
8.2
8.3
Maintenance
48
49
49
49
Messages and Tips
50
Operating Messages
Error/Fault Messages
Faults with no Display
50
51
54
Chapter 9
Safety
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
55
57
58
59
No Warranty is provided:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
55
Hazards for the User
Danger to the Machine
Responsibilities of the Operator
Warranty Claims
Appendix A: Coffee Machine Technical Data
60
Conditions for usage and installation 60
Appendix B: Accessories and Spares
62
Index
66
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Introduction and General
Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1
Designation of Coffee Machine Parts
2
2
4
1
3
1
3
5
11
6
12
13
7
14
15
16
8
17
9
10
5
20
21
18
22
19
23
24
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One Level Display
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1 Bean Hopper (optional 1 or 2)
2 Manual Insert (model-dependent)
3 Tablet Insert (model-dependent)
4 Choc-Container/Topping-Container/Twin-Topping-Container/
Twin Choc container (optional)
5 Touch-Screen-Display
6 Beverage Button
7 Height-adjustable Combi Spout with integral Milk Foamer
8 Removable Milk Cover (optional integral milk cooler)
9 Coffee Grounds Container
10 Removable Drip Tray with Drip Tray Grid
11 ON/OFF Button
12 Steam button (optional) or Decaf button (optional)
13 Hot Water Button
14 Adjustable Screen
15 Brewing Unit
16 Steam Outlet (optional) or Hot Water Dispenser
17 Water Tank (for coffee machines with no constant water supply, or for Aquaflex)
18 Warm Rinse Pad
19 Barista Pad
20 Timer and Clock Display
21 Info Pad
22 Instruction/Error Message Display Pad
23 Menu Pad (opens Main Menu)
24 Second Level Toggle Pad (option)
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User Manuals Signs and Symbols
Notice!
Hazard to the
machine!
Observe the manual!
Caution!
Hazard to the user!
Observe Safety chapter!
Caution!
Hot liquid!
Observe Safety chapter!
Caution!
Hot surface!
Observe Safety chapter!
Caution!
Bruising or crushing
hazard!
Caution!
Hot steam!
Observe Safety chapter!
Observe Safety chapter!
Instruction
Cross reference
Advanced User!
Start position
Main menu
Ready to operate Display
Display of this symbol starts User Manual description in
Main Menu.
Call Up Main Menu:
™™ On the Ready to operate display touch clear touch
pad
Additional pads are activated.
™™ Press
Main Menu is displayed.
... with additional touch pads
Main Menu
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Glossary
Term
Meaning
•
• Listings, selection options
™™
™™ Individual steps
Italics
Description of coffee machine state and/or explanation of
automatic steps
sec
Seconds
min
Minutes
Aquaflex
Option to switch between a water tank and constant water
supply. Chapter “Other Settings”.
Barista
Professional Coffee Server
Beverage Dispensing
Dispensing of coffee, hot water or choc beverage
Carbonate hardness
Indication in °dCH: Water hardness is an indicator of
calcium dissolved in the water.
Choc
Hot chocolate
Coffee Grounds
Chute
See coffee grounds container; chapter 2.12
Decaf
Decaffeinated coffee
Main Tap
Water on/off valve, angle valve
Milk System
Combi spout, milk nozzle and flexible milk tube.
Mixer System
Complete module, mixer with portion controller for choc/
topping
O-Rings
Seals
Pre-infusion
Prior to brewing, coffee is briefly infused in order to ensure
a more intense release of its aromatic substances.
PIN
Personal identity number
Press
Automatic pressing of coffee grounds prior to brewing
Range
For example: Anti-scale filter capacity in litres
Rinse
Intermediate cleansing
Topping
Milk powder
Twin-Topping
Divided container for two types of powder, e.g. choc and
topping
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Chapter 2 Operating
Initial startup on delivery from the manufacturer is via a
display-led Installation Program.
2.1
Switch On Coffee Machine
Press and hold ON/OFF button
for longer than
2 seconds.
Coffee machine switches on and heats up.
When the machine is ready to dispense beverage, the
Ready Display appears.
2.2
Dispense Beverage
For Initial Startup see
Installation Instructions
PIN protection
see setting
operation options
software chapter
Ready to operate Display
Pressing the beverage button triggers dispensing of the
beverage selected.
• Illuminated ring round button
= Dispenser ready
• Flashing ring round button
= Dispensing Beverage
™™ Place suitably sized receptacle below dispenser
™™ Press desired beverage button
Desired beverage and progress of dispensing indicated
in display.
Hot liquids in the
dispensing area!
Observe the Safety chapter!
For Button Allocations see
setting recipes and beverage
buttons chapter.
2.3
Decaf button (optional)
Preparation of a decaffeinated coffee beverage from
the decaf grinder:
™™ Press the Decaf button
™™ Press the desired beverage button
The steam dispensing option is not available with the
decaf option.
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2.4.1
Operation
Milk or Milk Foam (optional)
Dispense milk or milk foam
Pressing a beverage button showing milk or milk foam
starts dispensing .
Dispensing continues for as long as the button is held.
2.4.2
Connect up the milk
Use a suitable milk nozzle!
• Green milk
= with a refrigerator, milk
nozzle
temperature 4-8°C
• White milk
= milk temperature 8-16°C
nozzle
Standard version
Standard
™™ Insert the milk nozzle into the milk connector on the
combi spout
™™ Pull the milk cover forward and out
™™ Open the milk package so that milk does not pour
out when it is lying on its narrow side
™™ Insert the milk hose, with the milk nozzle, into the
milk package
™™ Slide the milk package carefully into the milk
compartment
The hose must not be under tension for the height
adjusted on the combi spout.
™™ Replace milk lid
Cooler version
Schaerer Cooler, Schaerer Cup&Cool
(optional)
™™ DInsert the milk nozzle into the milk connection on
the combi spout
™™ Pull out the milk container
™™ Pull out the milk container
™™ Push the cover of the milk container back
™™ Fill milk into the milk container
™™ Place the cover back on the container
™™ Insert the adapter on the milk hose into the
connection in the milk cover
™™ Push the milk container back in carefully
The milk hose is inserted into the adapter.
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2.5
Dispense Hot Water
Pressing the hot water button starts dispensing.
If less water is required than is set to dispense,
dispensing can be stopped by repeatedly pressing the
button.
2.6
Steam Outlet (optional)
™™ Press the steam button
Steam is dispensed for as long as the button is held.
Steam
• warms beverage
• manually foams milk
Caution!
Hot Steam!
Observe the Safety chapter!
Warming Beverage
™™ Use as tall and slim as possible cromargan jug with
handle
™™ Fill jug to no more than half way
™™ Immerse steam nozzle deeply into jug
™™ Press and hold steam button until desired
temperature is reached
™™ Release steam button
™™ Swing steam outlet over to drip tray
™™ Briefly press steam button
Residues in steam dispenser tube are rinsed out.
™™ Wipe steam outlet with damp cloth
Milk Volume
Foaming Milk (optional)
™™ Add air to increase the volume by injecting steam
just below the surface of the milk.
Milk is warming from 5 °C to 37 °C.
™™ By applying steam injection to the lowest third of
the milk volume, we roll the milk clockwise. The air
bubbles become smaller until a thick, compact foam
emerges.
Milk is warming from 37 °C to 65 °C.
1
0 °C
2
35 °C
65 °C
Milk Temperature °C Celsius
Do not overheat milk when
foaming, otherwise foam
volume decreases.
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2.7
Operation
Adjust Combi Spout Height
The combi spout height is adjustable.
To adjust height:
™™ Take hold of outlet from the front and push to
desired height
Combi spout clearance height range: 70 - 190 mm
2.8
Bean Hopper/Product Hopper
If possible replenish product hopper well before. It is
best to fill to the maximum daily quantity in order to
retain product freshness.
2.9
Twin Topping Container /
Twin Choc Container (optional)
Coffee beans into
bean hopper,
choc powder into
choc hopper
topping powder
into topping hopper
Divided container for two kinds of powder, such as choc
and topping, or two different types of choc
• Left side: Choc; right side: topping or
• left side: Choc 1; right side: Choc 2
2.10 Manual Insert (optional)/
Tablet Insert
Coffee machines with three coffee containers have
only a tablet insert but no manual insert for ground
coffee. Ground coffee must not be inserted into the
tablet insert.
Notice!
Hazard to the
machine!
Observe the manual!
The manual/tablet insert is located in the centre of the
coffee machine lid.
Tablet insert is used:
• to insert cleaning tablet
Manual insert is used:
• to insert cleaning tablet
• when using an additional coffee variety, for example
decaffeinated
• for coffee trial
Tablet Insert
Only put in the coffee grounds or cleaning tablet after
instructions to do so are shown on the display.
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Ground Coffee Manual Insert Sequence
If a Level 2 beverage is desired the Level must be
selected prior to opening the manual insert lid.
™™ Open manual insert lid
™™ Insert coffee grounds (max. 15 g)
™™ Close manual insert lid
™™ Press desired beverage button
Manual Insert
2.11 Coffee Grounds Container
Coffee grounds collect in the coffee grounds container.
Capacity: coffee grounds of approx. 50 brewings
The display indicator shows as soon as the coffee
grounds container needs to be emptied.
Beverage dispensing is blocked for as long as the
coffee grounds container is removed.
™™ Push combi spout up as far as it will go
™™ Push up lid over coffee grounds container
™™ Withdraw coffee grounds container
™™ Empty and replace coffee grounds container
™™ Cancel procedure on display
Caution!
Bruising or crushing
hazard!
Observe Safety chapter!
Clean daily!
See Customer Care chapter
If coffee grounds container cannot be replaced check
chute for coffee residues and remove.
Always empty coffee grounds container before
reinserting! Replacing without emptying results in
coffee grounds container being overfilled. Coffee
machine will be soiled. This may cause subsequent
damage to the machine.
Observe the manual!
Observe the Warranty chapter!
2.12 Grounds Disposal through Counter
(optional)
The coffee machine can be optionally supplied with a
counter-fitting coffee grounds container. In this model
both the coffee grounds container and the coffee
machine base are provided with an opening. This is
continued through the existing countertop. The spent
coffee grounds are therefore collected in a large
reservoir under the countertop.
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Countertop cannot be fitted
subsequent to supply of new
machine!
Clean coffee grounds chute
daily!
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Operation
2.13 Drip Tray
On coffee machines without plumbed waste water
drainage the drip tray must be emptied at regular
intervals and no later than when the red float indicating
full becomes visible.
™™ Carefully remove drip tray, empty and replace
On coffee machines with plumbed waste water drain
the drip tray may also be removed (e.g. for cleaning).
Replace carefully, otherwise inadequate sealing and
slight leakage of water may result.
Hot liquids.
Move the drip tray
carefully.
Observe the Safety chapter!
Clean drip tray daily!
See Maintenance chapter
2.14 Integrated milk cooler (optional)
The integrated milk cooler keeps cooled milk at about
6°C. The ambient temperature may be up to 25°C.
The cooling system is designed to deal with a
difference between ambient and milk temperatures of
up to 20°.
™™ Cool milk to approximately 6°C
™™ Turn the milk cooler on
The switch is directly above the
milk tank.
Turn the milk cooler off again when it has finished,
using the switch. It is not turned off automatically
together with the coffee machine.
2.15 Switch Off Coffee Machine
Daily cleaning must be carried out prior to switching
off coffee machine.
™™ Press and hold ON/OFF button
machine switches off
™™ Remove mains plug!
until coffee
Plumbed-in coffee machines:
™™ Turn off mains water tap
If not observed, guarantee/warranty is invalidated in
the event of any resultant damage.
PIN protection
see setting > operation options
software chapter
Observe the manual!
Observe the Warranty chapter!
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Chapter 3 Software
3.1
Overview
Ready to Operate
Schaerer Coffee Factory coffee machine ready to Operate .
Touch ready to Operate display clear touch pad. Further pads
are activated.
If there are errors the relevant touch
pad is displayed!
If Cleaning
, Descaling
, Filter Change or
Maintenance are required
this is displayed!
Ready to Operate Display Touch Pads
Chapter 3.2
Warm Rinse
Chapter 3.2.1
Barista (Coffee Strength)
Chapter 3.2.2
Info
Chapter 3.2.3
Toggle Switch (optional)
Chapter 3.2.4
Main Menu
Chapter 3.2.5
Error Message
Touching this pad calls up error message.
Customer Care Message
Touching this pad leads directly to the access the menu.
Cleaning necessary.
Decalcification necessary.
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Functions (Touch Pads) Main Menu
Software
Chapter 3.3
Milk and Foam
Chapter 3.3.1
Timer Program
Chapter 3.3.2
Customer Care
Chapter 3.3.3
Settings
Chapter 3.3.4
Enter PIN
Chapter 3.3.5
PIN Access control
Chapter 3.3.6
Accounting
Chapter 3.3.7
Menu Control Pads
save settings
start or confirm step
back to higher menu level
abort/leave without saving (Exit)
clear or reset
start test brew
grounds check
increase and reduce settings values
forward or back one step in listings
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3.2
Ready to operate
3.2.1
Hot Rinse
Touching the
pad starts a hot water line rinse.
Water warms the lines up after a lengthy brewing pause
and guarantees optimum coffee temperature.
3.2.2
Recommended after 30 min
brewing pause, especially
before dispensing a cup of
espresso.
Warm rinse pad (active/inactive)
see chapter “Settings”
> operating options
Barista Pad
Touching the
pad alters the strength of the coffee
once for the next brew.
weaker (-15%)
normal, as per setting
3.2.3
Information
Touching this pad
on the ”Ready to operate” display
accesses menu Information.
The main ”Info” menu contains the following selection
options:
stronger (+15%)
Barista pad (active/inactive)
see setting > operating options
software chapter
Service
•
•
•
•
service contact
setup data
next maintenance
software version
Customer Care
• journal
log of last cleaning
• cleaning info
info on last cleaning
• descaling info
info on last/next decalcification
• softener info (optional)
remaining range info
Brew Times
• brew times of last beverage dispensed
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Journal
• list of logged error and status messages
(for telephone support)
Timer
• timer status display (on/off)
• next event display
3.2.4
Toggle Pad (optional)
Each beverages button may be doubly assigned.
This is possible using a secondary beverages button
level.
Level 1 active
Level 1 activated
™™ Touch toggle pad
Level 2 activated
Level 2 active
™™ A repeat touch switches back to level 1
3.2.5
Toggle pad (active/inactive)
see setting > operating options
software chapter
Main Menu
Access Main Menu:
™™ Touch clear pad on Ready to operate display
Additional pads are activated.
™™ Touch
Main Menu is displayed.
Ready to operate Display
... with additional touch pads
Delayed displaying menu pad
see setting > operating options
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3.3
Main Menu
See
PIN Access-control chapter
Main Menu protected level
Illustrations.
3.3.1
Milk and Foam
Milk Foam Quality
Milk foam quality is set here.
This setting will apply to all drinks with milk foam.
Variations in milk characteristics are compensated.
Reduce setting value -> Finer pores, and higher
dispensing temperature
Increase the value -> Coarser pores, and lower
dispensing temperature
Latte Macchiato Pause Interval
Latte Macchiato is usually more successful if the
interval between milk and milk foam dispensing is
lengthened.
Reduce value ->shorter interval
Increase value ->longer interval
3.3.2
Timer program
The timer program sets on/off times.
The main “Timer Program“ menu contains the following
selection options:
•
•
•
•
•
Timer state
Set timer
Timer overview
Timer delete
Timer info
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Timer status
™™ Touch on the pad
Activate/deactivate timer.
When the timer is activated the
timer symbol, a little clock,
appears on the display.
Set timer
™™ Touch on the pad
Program the switch on and switch off times.
™™ Touch on the pad
The run time display appears. Here the day, time and
desired operation is set.
™™ Set day (Day)
• 1 = Monday
• 2 = Tuesday, etc. up to 7 = Sunday
• 1-5 = Monday to Friday (weekdays)
• 1-7 = Entire week (Monday to Sunday)
An example
In day 1-5 or day 1-7, the
switching times are copied on
the indicated days.
™™ Set the time: (hours, minutes)
Desired settings with the pads:
- + and - ™™ Set the desired switching time (action)
Updated selection is inversely
displayed!
• Switch on time
• Switch off time
=
=
I
O
(on display)
(on display)
™™ Confirm with
Display programmed switching times:
™™ Touch on the pad Prg
Programmed switch times are displayed here. Up to 16
switch times (events) per day are possible.
Programmed times are listed chronologically.
Any new switch time is sorted chronologically
immediately upon input and confirmation with .
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Copy Day
Any day may be copied complete with its switch times/
events to other days.
™™ Touch
Program the switch on and switch off times.
™™ Touch
™™ Touch number pad under Day
Day of the week selection is again displayed.
™™ Scroll through to page 4
™™ Touch
Day of the week selection is again displayed.
™™ Select the day that you want to copy
™™ Touch
™™ Select the day you want to copy the time settings to
The day is copied.
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In day 1-5 or day 1-7, the
switch times are copied on the
indicated days.
The individual days 1,2,3 ... 7
are displayed 7.
To check times see Timer
overview.
Timer overview
Checking the programmed switch times:
™™ Touch
The week overview is displayed graphically. Operating
times are indicated by white bars.
Example:
Timer events Monday to Friday
(1-5).
On time 7:00 hrs
Off time 18:00 hrs
Timer delete
™™ Touch
on page 2 of the timer main
program menu
™™ Scroll to desired day and touch to select
A security dialogue now appears querying whether
deletion is actually intended.
™™ Confirm with
The day is deleted with all its timer events.
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Timer info
™™ Touch
A display with the next timer event accesses.
3.3.3
Customer Care
Cleaning and descaling programs are started from the
Customer Care main menu. Filter change (optional) and
maintenance actions are confirmed here.
The Customer Care main menu contains the following
selection options:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
Cleaning program
Foam cleaning
Mixer rinsing
Descale
Filter change
Filter rinse
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chapter display-led sequences
are described in detail.
Physical cleaning actions
are described in detail in the
Maintenance chapter.
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Cleaning program
Touching the
pad starts an automatic
sequence of actions for daily cleaning of the coffee
machine.
The user is automatically taken through foam cleaning
when milk beverages are dispensed. On the Schaerer
Coffee Factory with mixer system, the mixer rinsing
follows.
The cleaning program sequence is described under in
the quick reference Daily Cleaning.
In the interests of your own safety and to ensure long
life of your Schaerer Coffee Factory prior to carrying
out cleaning, please note the heat warnings in the
chapter on safety.
See Quick Reference
Daily Cleaning
Observe the manual!
Observe the Safety chapter!
Foamer Cleaning
™™ Touch the
Foamer cleaning starts.
pad
Foamer cleaning is carried out automatically as an
integral part of the full Cleaning Mode
Hot liquids in the
dispensing area!
Observe the Safety chapter!
Mixer Rinsing
™™ Touch the
Mixer rinsing starts.
pad
Mixer rinsing is carried out automatically at the end of
the full Cleaning Mode.
Hot liquids in the
dispensing area!
Observe the Safety chapter!
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Descaling
Hardness of the water, water throughput and whether
a softener is fitted or not determine the point at which
descaling is required. This point in time is calculated by
the Schaerer Coffee Factory and displayed.
Descaling is in three stages:
• Preparation
• Descaling
• Rinsing
Use only Schaerer Descaling Agent for descaling. Any
other descaling product may cause damage to the
coffee machine. No liability is accepted for damage
caused by the use of any other descaling products
and guarantee/warranty claims are not entertained.
Total duration of descaling
procedure is approx. 80 min
The procedure may be
interrupted nowhere.
Attention!
Descaler is caustic!
Always follow the
instructions on the
package!
Observe the Safety chapter!
Machine descaling with water tank or
Aquaflex
Displays lead step by step through the program.
Follow instructions!
Preparation
The following is needed for descaling:
• 2 bottles of Schaerer Liquid Descaling Agent (per
0.75 l)
• 3 bottles water (2.25 l)
• 5-litre collection container
If the coffee machine is still hot a cooling routine
initially starts. Duration cooling routine 5-10 mins.
™™ Remove water tank
™™ Stir descaler solution in water tank
™™ Insert water tank with descaler solution
™™ Place a 5-litre capacity collection container
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Hot steam and
hot water!
Burn hazard!
Scald hazard!
Observe the Safety chapter!
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Descaling
Descaling commences. This part of the routine takes
about 40 min.
™™ On completion of descaling carefully empty the
collection container and replace beneath dispenser
outlet
™™ Empty remaining descaler solution from water tank
™™ Rinse water tank and fill to maximum
™™ Replace water tank
Rinse
Rinsing commences. This part of the routine takes
about 40 min.
™™ When requested refill with fresh cold water.
(Once after about 16 min, and again after
about 32 min)
™™ Empty collection container
After the final rinse the steam boiler is heated. The hot
water expands and finally exits briefly as steam.
Descaling is complete. Completion is indicated on the
display.
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Delivery and accessories
Caution!
Hot Steam!
Observe the Safety chapter!
Descaling machine with constant water
supply
Displays lead step by step through the program.
Follow instructions!
Preparation
• 2 bottles of Schaerer Liquid Descaling Agent
(per 0.75 l)
• 3 bottles water (2.25 l)
• 5-litre collection container (for coffee machines
without plumbed waste water drain)
If the coffee machine is still hot a cooling routine
initially starts. Duration cooling routine 5-10 mins.
™™ Remove water tank
™™ Close main water supply tap
™™ Turn and remove seal plug on water tank connector
in an anti-clockwise direction (screwdriver).
See illustration.
™™ Stir descaler solution in water tank
™™ Insert water tank with descaler solution
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Attention!
Hot steam and
hot water!
Burn hazard!
Scald hazard!
Observe the Safety chapter!
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Descaling
™™ Insert the water tank with the filled in descaling
solution and confirm on the display
Descaling starts. This part of the routine takes about
40 min.
™™ Remove water tank and empty out remaining
descaler solution
™™ Rinse water tank and fill to maximum
™™ Replace water tank
Rinse
Rinsing commences. After the initial rinse is emptied
from the water tank the display requests that the water
supply be turned on again. This part of the routine takes
about 40 min.
™™ Turn on mains water tap
Leave the water tank in place. The water tank connector
is rinsed for approximately 10 seconds from the mains
supply.
™™ Remove water tank and dry
™™ Replace and tighten seal plug on water tank
connector in an clockwise direction (screwdriver).
See illustration.
™™ Replace water tank
Subsequent rinses are from the mains supply.
After the final rinse the steam boiler is heated. The hot
water expands and finally exits briefly as steam.
Descaling is complete. Completion is indicated on the
display.
Caution!
Hot Steam!
Observe the Safety chapter!
Filter Change
If the filter capacity is exceeded there will be a
message once per day that a filter change is due.
The filter must be changed within one week otherwise
the message will be displayed after every brew.
™™ Change filter
™™ Confirm filter change
After filter change there is an automatic program
sequence to rinse and bleed the anti-scale filter and
water system.
Observe anti-scale filter
instruction!
Displays lead step by step
through the program. Follow
instructions!
Caution!
Scald hazard
Observe the Safety chapter!
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Rinse Filter
The Filter Rinse option enables water system and
filter rinsing and bleeding following long intervals in
operation.
™™ Touch
Caution!
Scald hazard
Observe the Safety chapter!
Customer Check-up
After every 15,000 coffees there is a daily message to
the effect that customer attention is due.
This must be carried out within one week, otherwise the
message is displayed after every brew.
™™ Carry out Customer Check-up operation 1/15.000
3.3.4
See Customer Check-up
Instruction 1/15.000
See Warranty chapter!
Setting
Recipes and Beverage Button
™™ Touch
•
•
•
•
menu shows the options:
Cup Volumes
Change Recipes
Button Allocation
Weigh Grounds
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Selecting the beverage button when setting:
= more
™™ Press the desierd beverage button
= less
Selecting the beverage button on the 2nd Level:
™™ Press the shift button x2
™™ Press the desierd beverage button
= leave without change
= save the values
= start test
Adjust values
™™ Adjust values with
the and
pads
Save setting
™™ Save with
Cup Volumes
Cup volumes are matched to the cups used.
Individual Beverage ingredients are matched to the new
cup volumes with no effect on composition and quality.
Change Recipes
All Beverages:
Ground coffee quantity/Choc powder quantity
Water volume
Change Recipe Display
Milk Beverage:
Milk foam quantity
Milk volume
Coffee Beverage:
Example: Ground coffee
quantity
Quality
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The five available quality levels affect the coffee brew.
The higher the quality level the more intensive the
release of the taste and aromatic substances in the
coffee.
Quality 1
Quality 2
Quality 3
Quality 4
Quality 5
After pressing the coffee, grounds are
given time to expand.
After pressing coffee is immediately
brewed.
After pressing a pre-infusion follows.
After pressing and pre-infusion a second
wet pressing follows.
After pressing a pre-infusion follows. In
addition the brew time is automatically
extended.
Attention!
Excessively high quality setting
may lead to a brew water error.
Set decaf (optional)
Decaf mill is always the left hand mill.
™™ Press
™™ Press “Decaf” button
Ground coffee quantity for decaf is set by percentage
for the ground coffee quantity set in the standard
recipe.
This setting applies to all preselected coffee beverages
™™ Save with
Button Allocation
Each beverage is allocated to a beverage button.
This button allocation is set here.
Select grinder for a coffee beverage
(only for 2 grinders, without decaf)
™™ Press beverage button
™™ Select recipe, for example espresso
™™ Select grinder (on the right or left)
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Select the Portioner for the choc beverage
(only for Twin Choc)
™™ Press beverage button
™™ Select recipe, for example milk choc 1
™™ Select portioner (on the right or left)
Weigh Grounds
The
process dispenses ground coffee
directly into the grounds container. The grounds may
then be weighed.
Empty grounds container prior to this procedure!
Boiler Temperature
™™ Set desired boiler temperature
(Change brewing water temperature).
(Setting range 94° - 99° C)
Reset
Coffee machine software is restarted.
Clock and Date
Clock time and date are set here.
Language
Language used in the display is set here.
Display Contrast
Contrast of the display is set here.
(Default value is 70)
Filter/Softener Fitted
Whether filter is fitted or not is entered here.
This affects the descaling intervals.
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Water Hardness/Capacity
On plumbed coffee machines with a constant water
supply (without anti-scale filter, optional), with Aquaflex
option and coffee machines with a water tank the water
hardness (carbonate hardness) is set here.
With fitted filter and constant water supply or with
Aquaflex option:
Filter capacity is set here.
(Filter capacity can be found in the anti-scale filter
documentation.)
Warm-Up Rinse
Here enter the setting as to whether the coffee machine
should rinse out the brewing unit with hot water after
heating up.
Recommended setting: active.
Foamer rinsing (optional)
Automatic foamer rinsing after the last beverage
dispensing with milk components.
Yes/No
Rinsing interval
The time elapsed between the last removal of a
beverage with milk in it and a foamer rinsing.
Recommended setting: 2 minutes.
Operating options
The following operating options are available.
•
•
•
•
•
Warm Up Button (active/inactive)
Barista pad (active/inactive)
Second Level Toggle Pad (active/inactive)
ON/OFF button (direct/via PIN)
Menu pad (immediate/delayed)
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If customers serve themselves
some functions can be switched
to inactive. The inactivated
pads will not be shown on the
ready to operate display.
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Self-service recommendation: inactive
Barista pad
Self-service recommendation: inactive
Second Level Toggle Pad
Self-service recommendation: inactive
ON/OFF button
Recommendation for self-service: via PIN.
If „via PIN“ is set then the PIN for the cleaning level will
be queried on switching on or off.
Menu pad
Self-service recommendation: delayed.
If „delayed“ is set the menu will only be shown if the
display is pressed twice.
Software
See
PIN Rights Access
See
Access Main Menu
software chapter
Illumination
Pressing the button changes the illumination color.
• Press buttons 1 – 9: preset colors
• Press button 10: flashing light
• Press button 11: freeze the current color
• Press button 12: LED illumination “off”
Introduction
The Introduction program is started here.
3.3.5
Enter PIN
Individual levels may be protected with a PIN to prevent
unauthorised access.
For access to a PIN-protected level the PIN must be
entered via the
pad.
™™ Touch
in the Main Menu
A numerical keyboard display appears.
™™ Enter required 4-figure PIN
™™ Confirm with
Following entry of a valid PIN the assigned functions are
available.
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3.3.6
PIN Rights Access Control
If a PIN has been assigned for a particular access level
no access will be granted without a PIN.
Level Cleaning
On entering valid PIN access to:
=
Set milk foam quality
=
Timer program
=
Customer Care
=
PIN-access ON/OFF-button
Cleaning Level Access
Level Settings
On entering valid PIN access to:
=
Set milk foam quality
=
Timer program
=
Customer Care
=
PIN-access ON/OFF-button
=
Settings
(Beverage, General, Other)
Setting Level Access
Level Accounting
On entering valid PIN access to:
=
Set milk foam quality
=
Timer program
=
Customer Care
=
PIN-access ON/OFF-button
=
=
Settings
(Beverage, General, Other)
Assign PIN Rights, Access Control
=
Accounting unit statistics
Accounting Level Access
PIN-Assign Display
Example:
A PIN may be assigned to any level.
The levels are hierarchical.
Enter PIN: 1234 for Cleaning
level
This PIN is assumed for
superior levels.
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and
the
level.
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level is valid for
Levels, but not for
™™ Touch the
pad in the Main Menu
™™ Select desired level
Example:
Numerical keyboard display appears.
™™ Enter desired 4-figure number
Number entered is displayed.
™™ Confirm with
This level is now PIN-protected.
When a PIN is assigned to a subordinate level that PIN
is automatically assumed for superior levels if the latter
are not already PIN-protected.
Example:
Delete PIN
Entering 0000 will delete access control for the given
level.
The delete of one level automatically deletes the
subordinate levels.
3.3.7
PIN entered fore
Cleaning level: 1234
Setting level: 9876
Accounting level: 7777
Accounting Unit Statistic
The day counter menu displays the counter for each
beverage.
Read Counter:
™™ Touch desired beverage on the display
Delete Counter:
™™ Touch clear pad If no beverage is selected, on touching the clear pad
a dialogue appears in the display querying whether the
counter readings for all drinks should be zeroed.
The “Accounting Statistics” function should be
protected with a PIN to prevent unauthorised access.
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Other Settings
Chapter 4 Other Settings
4.1
4.1.1
Mechanical Settings
Set Grind Fineness
™™ Remove product hopper
Preset grind level now visible.
™™ Release coffee dispenser and wait until grinder
starts up
™™ With grinder running, alter grind fineness as desired
on the side of the machine using the multitool
Grind level 1 = fine (turn clockwise)
Grind level 6 = coarse (turn counter-clockwise)
Crushing or bruising hazard!
Never reach into the grinder mechanism with coffee
machine running and product hopper removed.
4.1.2
Bruising or crushing
hazard!
Observe the Safety chapter!
Aquaflex (optional)
Switching between the constant
water supply and the water tank
Turn the position screw behind the water tank to
the desired position using the multitool. The sticker
provides a reference.
Arrow pointing left
=
Arrow pointing right =
Water tank
Constant water supply
See
messages in
chapter 8
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Other Settings
Beverage Buttons Labelling
First switch off coffee machine in order not to trigger
dispensing inadvertently.
™™ Withdraw existing labelling behind front glass in a
downwards direction
™™ Label stickers as desired using Schaerer template
supplied
™™ Stick on label mount and re-insert behind front glass
panel
Print-out of the template is possible on adhesive labels
or paper. Stick paper to label mount using adhesive.
Free download of Schaerer label
template from
www.schaerer.com
Suitable adhesive labels:
Avery Serial No. 3659
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Chapter 5 Customer Care
Regular cleaning is essential in order to ensure problem
free operation of the coffee machine and to ensure
optimum coffee quality.
If the machine has been or will be shut off for several
days, perform all cleanings.
Cleaning Interval Schedule
Caution!
Hazard to the health!
Observe the hygiene
instructions!
x
x
x
x
Optional
Required
Regular
Weekly
Daily
Customer Care
O
O
O
x
x
x
x
(x) x
x
x
O
O
x
x
x
x
x
Daily
Weekly
Regular
Required
Optional
(x)
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=
=
=
=
=
O
O
O
Cleaning prog.
Foamer Cleaning
Mixer rinsing
Combi spout cleaning
Milk Tank cleaning
Coffee Grounds container
cleaning
Drip tray cleaning
Housing cleaning
Brewing unit cleaning
Mixer cleaning
Milk Compartment cleaning
Water Tank cleaning
Bean hopper(s) cleaning
Product Container cleaning
Steam outlet cleaning
Filter changing
Descaling
See Quick Reference
“Daily Cleaning”
“General Cleaning”
See
“Weekly Cleaning”
See
“Regular Cleaning”
See
Software -> Customer Care
at least once daily and when required
weekly cleaning
regularly and when required
when required
optional (depending on model)
as required daily
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5.1
Daily Cleaning
The milk system must be thoroughly cleaned at least
once a day.
Milk tube should be changed at regular intervals.
5.1.1
Cleaning program
see Quick Reference
“Daily Cleaning”
Foamer cleaning
See Quick Reference
“Daily Cleaning”
Milk System:
- Combi Spout
- Milk Nozzle
- Milk Hose
Mixer Rinsing
Mixer rinsing is a mixer interim cleaning.
Mixer rinsing is an integral part of the cleaning mode.
5.1.4
See HACCP schedule
Foamer Cleaning
Foamer cleaning is a milk system interim cleaning.
Foamer cleaning is an integral part of the cleaning
mode.
5.1.3
Observe the hygiene
instructions!
Cleaning program
The cleaning mode leads step by step through foamer
cleaning via software.
On coffee machines with mixer system this is followed
by a mixer rinsing.
5.1.2
Customer Care
Mixer Rinsing
see Quick Reference
“Daily Cleaning”
Combi Spout Cleaning
Thorough cleaning of the milk system.
Cleaning Combi Spout
see Quick Reference
“Daily Cleaning”
5.1.5
Milk Tank Cleaning (optional)
Thourough cleaning of the milk tank.
Observe the hygiene
instructions!
See HACCP schedule
5.1.6
General Cleaning
Coffee Grounds Container cleaning
(optional grounds chute)
Empty, rinse under running water and clean using a
damp cloth.
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Drip Tray, Housing and Front Panel cleaning:
Clean the cold machine using a damp cloth. Finally wipe
dry using a fine woolen cloth or chamois leather.
Metal surfaces cleaning:
For cleaning metal housing parts (matt surface) we
recommend Schaerer Purargan® forte cleaner.
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For Order Codes for
Schaerer Maintenance Program
see
appendix: Accessories
Prior to cleaning front
panel switch off machine to
avoid triggering beverage
inadvertently
Do not clean with scouring powders or similar!
There is a risk of causing scratches or scores. Do not
use any sharp cleaning materials or implements!
5.2
5.2.1
Weekly Cleaning
Brewing unit cleaning
™™ Switch off the coffee machine with the ON/OFF
button
™™ Remove mains plug
™™ Push combi spout fully upwards
™™ Remove grounds container towards the front of the
machine
Brewing unit is now fully accessible.
Bruising or crushing
hazard!
Hazard of being injured!
Hold firmly, as the brewing unit can slip downwards.
Never use force! Danger of breakage!
Notice!
Hazard to the
machine!
Observe the manual!
™™ With one hand reach into the chute under the
brewing unit (picture 1) and release the retaining
catch
™™ Remove brewing unit and hold firmly!
Slowly guide the brewing unit downwards, tilt and pull
forward (picture 2).
Use the Multitool from the accessory kit.
™™ Turn the thread on the brewing unit head counterclockwise until the wiper is in the forward position
(picture 3)
™™ Push the spring outwards over the edge and unlock
(picture 4)
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™™ Swing the insertion chute upwards
™™ Clean the brewer sieve under running water or using
a cloth
™™ Remove residual coffee grounds using a paint-brush
or scrubber
™™ Rinse brewing unit under running water
Never clean the brewing unit in a dishwasher and
never use any cleaner additives.
™™ Dry off brewing unit with a cloth. Allow to dry
completely before replacing in the coffee machine.
™™ Remove coffee ground residues in the chute. For this
withdraw drip tray and wipe out the coffee grounds
towards the front or suck out using a vacuum
cleaner.
Reinstall the dry brewing unit.
™™ Replace springs in insertion unit (Picture 4)
™™ Hold the pusher compressed and replace the
brewing unit in the chute against rear wall
™™ Push brewing unit upwards until it engages in the
lock
™™ Replace coffee grounds container and close chute
cover
Picture 3
Picture 4
Brewer sieve
If the brewing unit cannot be replaced without
resistance: turn thread on brewing unit head slightly
to the left or right until the brewing unit slides into the
guide.
Never use force!
5.2.2
Notice!
Hazard to the
machine!
Observe the manual!
Choc/Topping Mixer Cleaning
(optional)
Choc Mixer/Topping Mixer
Depending on powder used cleaning will be more/less
frequent!
™™ Switch off the coffee machine with the ON/OFF
button
™™ Remove mains plug
™™ Remove milk compartment lid
™™ Pull off mixer tube from mixer to combi spout
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™™ Turn stud on bayonet fitting underneath the mixer
bowl clockwise. Mixer jug is released from the
arrester lock.
™™ The propeller of the mixer is now visible and can be
cleaned with a cloth
™™ Dismantle two-piece mixer jug
™™ Clean both parts of mixer jug and mixer tubing under
warm running water
™™ Allow all parts to dry completely
™™ Re-assemble all components
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On re-assembly all openings must face in the same
direction.
™™ Replace mixer jug
™™ Turn the bayonet fixing underneath mixer jug back in
clockwise direction
™™ Push mixer tube on mixer jug pipe and combi spout
pipe intakes
™™ Replace milk compartment lid
Ensure that mixer tubing is replaced securely.
This is important as otherwise on the next dosage hot
water or hot choc may escape.
5.2.3
Ensure that the spiral guide is
on and that the tubing is not
pinched.
Caution!
Scald hazard
Observe the Safety chapter!
Milk Compartment Cleaning
Wipe weekly or as required with a damp cleaning cloth.
5.2.4
Water Tank Cleaning
Thoroughly rinse out water tank weekly with clear
water.
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5.3
5.3.1
Customer Care
Regular Cleaning
Bean Hoppers Cleaning
The bean hoppers should be cleaned as required and at
regular intervals (at least monthly).
™™ Switch off the coffee machine with the ON/OFF
button
™™ Remove mains plug
™™ Release bean hopper lock using multitool by turning
in a clockwise direction
™™ Lift bean hoppers out
™™ Completely empty bean hoppers and wipe thoroughly
with a damp cloth
™™ Allow bean hoppers to dry completely
™™ Refill and replace bean hoppers
™™ Lock bean hoppers with the multitool by turning
counter-clockwise
Unlock
Never reach into the coffee grinders!
Never wash the bean hoppers in a dishwasher.
Lock
Bruising or crushing
hazard!
Observe the Safety chapter!
5.3.2
Product Hopper Cleaning (optional),
Choc/Topping, Twin-Topping,
Twin-Choc
Depending on powder used cleaning will be more/less
frequent!
™™ Switch off the coffee machine with the ON/OFF
button
™™ Remove mains plug
™™ Unlock product hoppers with multitool by turning in a
clockwise direction
™™ Lift product hopper out and empty completely
™™ Unscrew union nut(s) front and rear
™™ Remove the dosing auger(s)
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™™ Thoroughly clean out reservoir with a damp cloth
™™ Thoroughly clean individual dosing auger(s)
components
™™ Allow product hopper and individual components to
dry completely
™™ Re-assemble and replace the dosing auger(s) and
replace union screws
Portioner with individual parts,
dosing auger
Ensure correct orientation of discharge!
™™ Refill and replace product hopper
™™ Lock with the multitool by turning counter-clockwise
Special features of the twin topping container
The twin topping container is separated in the middle
and has different compartments for two different
powder products, e.g. topping and choc.
During assembly, ensure that the two different dosing
augers are positioned correctly.
1 = Choc
2 = Topping
With Twin Choc: dosing auger 1, twice.
Twin-Topping
1
2
Dismantled dosing augers
Never clean product hoppers in the dishwasher.
Notice!
Hazard to the
machine!
Observe the manual!
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5.4
Customer Care
Steam outlet cleaning
™™ Mix 5 ml of cleaner in a tall jug with 0.5 l of lukewarm
water
™™ Immerse steam nozzle in the cleaning solution and
operate shortly
Reaction time: 30 minutes!
™™ Clean with a brush
™™ Rinse thoroughly with water
™™ Press on the steam button
The steam frees up the holes of the steam nozzle of
milk residues and removes cleaner residues.
Do not let the nozzle stand overnight in the cleaning or
rinsing solution!
Caution!
Health hazard!
Irritation and scald hazard in
the dispensing area!
Caution!
Hot steam
Observe the Safety chapter!
Observe the manual!
Observe the Warranty chapter!
5.5
Filter Changing
When changing filters follow the anti-scale filter
instructions for use.
After a filter change run a display-led rinse.
5.6
For Filter Change
see Software chapter
Descaling
Descaling is display-led.
Descaling
see Software chapter
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Chapter 6 HACCP Cleaning Schedule
You are required by law to ensure that your customers
are subject to no health risks as a consequence of
consumption of food substances you serve.
An HACCP Schedule (Hazard Analysis Critical Control
Points) for risk identification and assessment is
required. You should carry out a risk analysis on your
premises. The aim of the analysis is to recognize and
preempt food hygiene hazard points. For this purpose
monitoring and where necessary test procedures
must be established and implemented. With correct
installation, cutomer care, servicing and cleaning
Schaerer coffee machines meet the requirements
described above. If customer care of the coffee
machines are not carried out properly dispensing milk
beverages will constitute a food hygiene hazard point.
Please observe the following points in order to comply
with the HACCP Schedule:
“Food Hygiene Ordinance”
of 05.08.1997“
Use our
HACCP Cleaning Schedule for
monitoring of regular cleaning.
Sterilize the Milk System daily
• Adhere to the cleaning instructions for the milk
system contained in the User Manual. This will
ensure that your system contains minimal bacteria at
commencement of operation.
You can call up the history of the most recent cleaning
operations via the
information pad.
Always commence operation with a freshly
opened pre-refrigerated milk pack
• Original packaged UHT milk is usually free from
harmful bacteria. Always open a new pre-refrigerated
pack at commencement of operation.
• Ensure absolute cleanliness on opening the milk
pack. Dirty hands or implements when opening may
introduce germs.
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Recommendation:
Use only UHT milk with
a 1.5 % fat content.
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Keep milk cool!
• Always have a new pre‑refrigerated milk pack handy.
• If a pre‑refrigerated freshly opened pack is used
within a period not exceeding 3 hours, refrigeration
during use is not necessary.
• If little milk is being used, pre‑refrigerated milk must
be replaced in the refrigerator again during operation.
At commencement of
operation milk should be at
approx. 6 – 8 °C.
Depending on setting
one litre of milk is suffi cent for
approx. 20 cappuccinos.
Schaerer AG offers a range of
refrigeration options
(e.g. Schaerer Countertop
Coolers or Schaerer
Milk Coolers).
Recommendation for Choc/Topping (optional)
Regularly clean the product reservoir. See the
instructions in the Customer Care chapter.
See chocolate/topping manufacturer‘s instructions.
Observe the hygiene
instructions!
See Care chapter
HACCP Cleaning
Month
Year
Use only cooled UHT milk as otherwise health risks due to microbacteria cannot be excluded!
For Choc and Topping use only products which are not past their sell-by date.
Cleaning steps:
3a. Foamer Cleaning or change of combi spout after 4 hours operation.
(Absolutely essential with low throughput and with uncooled milk).
3b. Weekly Mixer Cleaning and regular cleaning of product reservoir.
Maintenance chapter
4. General machine cleaning.
Cleaning steps
Time
1
2
3
Signature
4
Date
Date
1. Perform Maintenance Mode.
Brief Guide “Daily Cleaning”.
2a. Cleaning Milk Foamer (combi spout)
Brief guide “Daily Cleaning”.
2b. Daily Mixer Cleaning. Brief guide “Daily Cleaning”.
1.
17.
2.
18.
3.
19.
4.
20.
5.
21.
6.
22.
7.
23.
8.
Cleaning steps
Time
1
2
3
Signature
4
24.
9.
25.
10.
26.
11.
27.
12.
28.
13.
29.
14.
30.
15.
31.
16.
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Chapter 7 Maintenance
Please note that this is a professional coffee machine
which needs regular maintenence and descaling.
Timing of descaling is calculated by the machine and
depends on the degree of hardness of the local mains
water and whether or not a filter is fitted.
Customer Care and Maintenance intervals depend on
the machine workload and are notified to you on the
display.
The coffee machine may continue to be operated
after the message but Customer Care or contract
maintenance should be carried out promptly to ensure
correct functioning and so as to avoid any consequent
damage.
7.1
Descaling see
Software chapter - Maintenance
Coffee Machine Maintenance
The following Customer Care or maintenance stages
are provided:
• Descaling: may be undertaken by the user/operator.
Descaling see
Software chapter - Maintenance
• Customer Check-up every 15,000 coffees or
annually, whichever is sooner: may be undertaken by
the user/operator.
Care after 15,000 brews see
Customer Check-up
Instructions in Customer
Check-up Kit 1/15.000
Order number 33 2828 7000
• Servicing every 30,000 coffees or every 2 years,
whichever is sooner: may only be undertaken by
trained personnel or by Schaerer Service, as in this
instance safety checks must be carried out.
• Revision after 6 years: may only be undertaken by
trained personnel or by Schaerer Service, as in
this instance components affecting safety must be
exchanged.
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See
Error Messages and Notes
For other maintenance work
and repairs contact your local
Schaerer Customer Check-up
Technician.
The telephone number can be
found on the address sticker on
the coffee machine and on the
Delivery Note.
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Servicing
Mixer Maintenance (Choc)
Maintenance every 6,000 Choc servings or every
2 years, whichever is sooner: trained personnel or
Schaerer‑Service only.
7.3
Mixer Maintenance (Topping)
Maintenance every 18,000 Choc servings or every
2 years, whichever is sooner: trained personnel or
Schaerer‑Service only.
7.4
Schaerer Customer Service
Please contact your local service partner.
M. Schaerer AG
Gewerbestrasse 15
3302 Moosseedorf / CH
Schweiz
Tel.: +41 31 858 51 11
Fax: +41 31 858 51 40
E-Mail: info@schaerer.com
Internet: www.schaerer.com
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Chapter 8 Messages and Tips
8.1
Operating Messages
Top Up Beans
™™ Top up bean hopper (refer to display)!
™™ Check:
• Product Reservoir lock open?
See Care Chapter.
• Beans do not feed through.
™™ Stir with large spoon and confirm with
Coffee machines without mains water supply only:
Fill Water Tank
™™ Fill water tank and replace until stop
Coffee machines with mains water supply only
Open water supply!
™™ Turn on mains tap and confirm
Empty water tank (Aquaflex machine)
™™ Empty the water tank!
A message is displayed when you switch from the water tank
to the constant water supply.
Waste water tank full
(for waste water tank with full alarm)
™™ Empty and re-insert waste water tank
Empty coffee grounds container!
™™ Empty coffee grounds container
No coffee grounds container!
™™ Replace coffee grounds container and close lid
Brew Fault
™™ Remove brewing unit
™™ Clean brewer sieve
™™ Replace brewing unit and ensure that it engages correctly
in the lock
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Messages and Tips
Coffee machines with water tank:
Change anti-scale filter
™™ Change filter within one week and confirm in
”Customer Care” menu
Follow anti-scale filter instructions!
Coffee machines with constant water supply:
Change anti-scale filter
™™ Change filter within one week and confirm in
”Customer Care” menu
Follow anti-scale filter instructions!
Please check in User Manual!
Error message number display.
See Error/Fault Messages.
Descaling Message
™™ Descale within one week
See Software/Customer Care chapter.
Customer check-up message 15.000
™™ Carry out customer check up within one week and
confirm in ”Customer Care” menu
Servicing message 30,000 servings
™™ Call Schaerer Service
Revison message after 6 years
™™ Call Schaerer Service
8.2
Error/Fault Messages
Basic procedure on display of error or fault messages:
™™ Switch coffee machine off and then on again after a
few seconds
™™ Repeat the process which led to the fault
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In many cases the fault is rectified and you can carry on
working.
If this does not work: Find the error message or error
code in the following list and follow the sequence of
actions indicated.
If this does not rectify the fault or if the error indicated
is not listed please call Schaerer Customer Service!
Some messages lead to blocking of individual functions.
You will notice this by the fact that the beverage button
light goes out. The beverage buttons that are still
illuminated can continue to be served.
Your Schaerer Coffee Factory is provided with a
diagnostics program. Any faults occurring are shown in
the display. The faults listed may also be caused by an
interruption to the mains electricity supply.
If there is a current fault or instruction to the operator
this pad is displayed .
™™ Touch pad
Fault numbers are displayed.
Error
Display
Error Description
Action
6
Brewing unit
Block Circuit/
Brewing unit
sluggish
Right Mill
blocked
Left Mill blocked
™™ Switch off coffee machine
™™ Clean Brewing unit
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See Customer Care Chapter, Clean Brewer
™™ Switch off coffee machine
™™ Remove bean hopper
™™ Turn grinder disk counter-clockwise
using only Multitool (square button)
(see illustration).
™™ Replace reservoir
™™ Switch machine on
See Customer Care Chapter, Cleaning, Product Container
If frequent occurrence:
™™ Set grind fineness one stage coarser
See Other Settings Chapter, Set Grind Fineness
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Error
Display
Error Description
Action
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Boiler
overheating
Beverage dispenser temporarily blocked.
™™ Check that mains tap is on or that the water tank is
filled and correctly inserted
If subsequently no OK:
™™ Switch off coffee machine
™™ Clean brewing unit
See Customer Care Chapter, Cleaning, Brewing unit
™™ Switch on and try again
(Release follows when cooled down to normal temperature).
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Boiler
heat-up time fault
Brewer water fault
™™ Switch off coffee machine, allow to cool and switch
on again
™™ Switch machine off and on again
Between each of the following steps switch the machine off and on
again. If fault not remedied carry out the next step.
™™ Check that main tap is on or water tank correctly
filled and inserted
™™ Clean brewing unit
See Customer Care Chapter, Cleaning, Brewing unit
™™ Set grind fineness one grade coarser
See Other Settings chapter
™™ Reduce Quality
See Settings, Recipe
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Warm rinse water
fault
Between each of the folloing steps switch the machine off and on
again. If fault not remedied carry out the next step.
™™ Check that main tap on or water tank correctly
filled and inserted
™™ Clean brewing unit
See Customer Care Chapter, Cleaning, Brewing unit
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Steam boiler level
Outlet temporarily blocked.
™™ Check that coffee grounds container correctly
inserted
™™ Switch machine off and on again
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Steam boiler
overheating
Steam boiler
heat-up time
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™™ After releasing check milk foam and steam outlet
™™ Switch off machine, allow to cool and switch on
again
™™ Switch machine off and on again
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8.3
Faults with no Display
Fault
Action
No hot water output but
water in coffee grounds
container
™™ Clean hot water outlet
™™ Call Schaerer Customer Service
(coffee dispensing possible)
No Choc output but water
in coffee grounds container
™™ Do not use Choc dispenser
™™ Call Schaerer Customer Service
(coffee dispensing possible)
Choc portion controller
blocked,
Choc dispensed only with
water
™™ Clean portion controller
Coffee dispensing varies
left/right
™™ Clean combi spout
No milk foam/milk output,
but milk in reservoir
™™ Check that milk tube is not kinked or crimped
™™ Re-route tube correctly
™™ Clean combi spout
™™ Milk nozzle blocked
See Maintenance Chapter
™™ Empty powder
™™ Turn screw feeder manually until all powder
removed
™™ If necessary rinse with water
™™ (Allow to) dry completely
See Quick Reference, Daily Cleaning
See Quick Reference, Daily Cleaning
™™ Milk cooler iced
Milk foam incorrect,
temperature too cold
™™ Change milk nozzle,
green nozzle for cooled milk
white nozzle for uncooled milk
™™ Clean combi spout
See Quick Reference, Daily Cleaning
Milk cooler defective
™™ Check if the cooler has been properly turned on
using the separate switch
Pump runs permanently,
water in coffee grounds
container
™™ Unplug machine and reconnect
™™ If not remedied call Schaerer Customer Service
Milk foamer and water tank
assembly/disassembly stiff
™™ Lightly smear O-rings with Schaerer Sealing
Grease
Choc/Topping hopper
cannot be inserted.
™™ Manually adjust the drive for the dosing auger at
the portioner slightly in a clockwise direction
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Safety
Chapter 9 Safety
9.1
Hazards for the User
At Schaerer safety is one of the most essential product
features. The effectiveness of safety devices is only
warranted if the following points are observed:
• Read the User Manuals carefully prior to use.
• Do not touch hot machine components.
• Protect the machine from the elements
(frost, humidity, etc).
• Do not use the machine if it is not working properly
or if it is damaged.
• Built-in safety devices must under no circumstances
be altered.
• This device is not designed for persons (including
children) with limited physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or who lack the required experience
and/or knowledge, unless they are supervised by a
person responsible for their safety or have received
instructions from them about how the device should
be used.
• Children should be supervised to ensure that they do
not play with the machine.
Despite safety devices every machine remains fraught
with hazards if incorrectly used. Please observe the
following notes when using the coffee machine so as to
prevent injury and health hazards:
Scald hazard!
When dispensing coffee, hot water and steam there
is hazard of scalding. Ensure that there is always a
receptacle under the outlet when dispensing drinks.
Failure to observe
hazard instructions
can lead to serious
injury.
Follow the safety instructions
Hot liquids in the
dispensing area!
Scald hazard!
Caution!
Hot Steam!
Burn hazard!
Burn Hazard!
The brewing unit must only be cleaned when the
machine is cold. The brewing unit can get hot.
Attention!
Burn Hazard!
Hot Surfaces!
Burn hazard!
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Bruising or Crushing hazard!
There is a danger of bruising or crushing when
handling all moving parts!
When the coffee machine is switched on do not reach
into the bean hopper or the brewing unit opening.
Health hazard!
The product container (coffee beans/Choc/Topping)
and manual insert may only be filled with materials for
the use intended!
Health hazard!
When handling special cleaners for the milk foamer
cleaning tablets and the descaler, follow the
protective measures on the packaging.
The special cleaners for the milk foamer, cleaning
tablets and the descaler are irritants. Only put in
cleaning tablets or descaler after instructions to do so
are shown on the display.
Irritation and scald hazard!
Never reach under the outlets during cleaning or
decalcification!
There is slight leakage of cleaner fluid descaler from
the combi spout during cleaning/decalcification.
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Bruising or crushing
hazard!
Hazard of being injured!
Caution!
Hazard to the health!
Only use as intended!
Caution!
Hazard to the health!
Observe label on the cleaning
agents!
Caution!
Hazard to the health!
Irritation and scald hazard in
the dispensing area!
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9.2
Safety
Danger to the Machine
Please observe the following points so as to prevent
problems with and damage to the coffee machine:
• For water with a carbonate hardness in excess of
5°dKH, a Schaerer anti-scale filter must be fitted
otherwise the coffee machine can be damaged due
to build-up of scale.
• For insurance reasons always ensure that, at the end
of operation, the mains water tap for water supply
(plumbed machines) is turned off and the mains
power is switched off or the machine unplugged.
• We recommend damage prevention measures:
- e.g. installation of a suitable water monitor in the
mains water supply
- fitting smoke detectors.
• After a break in operation of several weeks we
recommend running the cleaning mode at least
twice.
• Do not expose the coffee machine to frost.
• This machine is not for use out of doors, do not
spray the machine with water. The maximum relative
humidity should not exceed 80 %, no dewing.
• Do not use water hose, steam jets, steam cleaners
or the like to clean the device.
• The device must be set on a flat, level and secure
surface.
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9.3
Responsibilities of the Operator
The coffee machine meets the requirements of EC Low
Voltage Directive (LVD) and EMC Directive and bears the
CE mark.
The pressure containers are not subject to the EC
PED Directive (see Article 1 Paragraph 3.6) as they
conform with Article 3 Paragraph 3 of the PED. The
hot water/steam generator is liable to neither notifiable
nor approval. Calculations conform to AD 2000. Each
machine is subjected to a pressure test.
Currently valid national rules apply in countries outside
of the European Union. The operator of such equipment
must ensure regular maintenance by Schaerer Service
technicians, their agents or other authorised persons
and checking of safety devices.
The coffee machine must be set up by the operator
such that care and maintenance are possible
unhindered.
In office/floor supply or similar self-service applications,
only staff instructed in operation of the machine should
supervise the machine. Trained personal should
carry out maintenance and be available for questions
regarding use.
The operator shall ensure that electrical equipment and
operating facilities are in a fit state (e.g., to BGV A3)
[German Accident Prevention Association or equivalent].
In order to ensure the operating safety of your coffee
machine, it is essential, to perform regularly check
safety valve(s) and the pressure containers(s), among
other checks. These measures are conducted by the
Schaerer Service or by Schaerer authorised service
personnel as part of the maintenance work.
The manufacturer‘s specifications regarding
maintenance cycles and frequency of maintenance (see
“Maintenance” chapter) are to be observed.
This device is subject to the directive on waste
electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE /EU
directive) and may not be disposed of as domestic
waste.
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For disposal please approach
the Schaerer Service.
The address is given in
chapter 7.4.
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Warranty
Warranty Claims
During the warranty period of 12 months from
transfer of risk, the purchaser has statutory warranty
entitlement.
Schaerer shall always be afforded the opportunity ro
rectify faults within an appropriate period.
Claims above and beyond the above, in particular
damage claims as a result of consequential damage are
- to the extent that this is legally permissible - excluded.
Material defects shall be reported to Schaerer
immediately and in writing.
Warranty Period 12 months
No Warranty is provided:
• In respect of all parts subject to natural wear and
tear. This includes, inter alia, seals, mixers and
brewing unit.
• In respect of faults due to the effect of the elements,
scale build-up, chemical, electrochemical or
electrical effects unless attributable to fault on the
part of Schaerer.
• If an anti-scale filter is not fitted even though the
local water supply requires use of an anti-scale filter
and if faults occur as a consequence.
• In respect of faults which occur as a result of failure
to follow handling instructions, maintenance and
care of the unit (e.g. User Manuals and Servicing
Instructions).
• In respect of faults which occur as the result of
failure to use orignial Schaerer replacement parts
or incorrect assembly by the purchaser or by third
parties or by faulty or negligent treatment.
• In respect of the consequences of improper
modifications undertaken without our consent or
by repair or reconditioning work on the part of the
purchaser or by third parties.
• In respect of faults caused by inappropriate or
improper use.
• Inappropriate use of the coffee machine shall be
deemed to have taken place if within the 12-month
warranty period (from date of purchase) the
customer exceeds the annual number of coffee or
Choc mixer/topping mixer servings prescribed.
Annual maximum volume is 15,000 coffee servings
and a maximum of 6,000 Choc drinks.
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The Customer is advised in the
order confirmation whether or
not use of an anti-scale filter is
required.
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Appendix A:Coffee Machine Technical Data
Power rating *
2,0 - 2,2 kW
Daily capacity
Espresso, Café Crème
100 cups
Hot water output, total
10 l/h
Coffee bean hopper
each approx. 500 g (1000 g option)
Choc hopper/Topping hopper
approx. 500 g
Mains power *
1/N/PE 50/60 Hz 220-230 V
External dimensions
width 325 mm
height incl. bean hopper 675 mm
depth 550 mm
Weight empty
ca. 30-40 kg
Continuous sound pressure level < 70 dB (A)
(Lpa) **
Right to technical modifications is reserved.
* For special models see model label, values given above are for basic model.
** A-evaluated sound pressure level Lpa (slow) and Lpa (impulses) at operating personnel workplace is under
70 dB(A) in any working mode.
Conditions for usage and installation
Necessary preparatory work for electricity , water and drainage connections at
the customer‘s premises are to be arranged by the machine owner/operator. The
work must be carried out by authorised installation technicians in compliance with
general, country-specific and local regulations. The Schaerer Service technicians
may only connect the machine to existing prepared connection points. The
Schaerer Service technicians are neither authorised nor responsible for carrying out
any work prior to connection!
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Mains voltage tolerance 220 V - 230 V + 6 % - 10 %, mains outage
< 50 ms no interruption of function
3/8 inch flexihose connector with mains tap and filter on
Water supply
(optional constant water customer supply side, water temperature max. 35 °C.
min. 0,2 MPa flow pressure ati 2 l/min., 0,6 MPa
connection)
Water quality
Drain outlet (optional)
Ambient temperature
Maximum humidity
For drinking water over 5° dCH (carbonate hardness) a Schaerer
anti-scale filter should be included.
Flexihose to DN 19, min. gradient 2 cm/m
+ 5 °C to max. + 35 °C
(Do not expose the coffee machine to frost).
80 % relative humidity without condensation,
no water spray, do not use unit outdoors!
Protection
IP X0
Inbuilt clearances
For operating, service and safety reasons the machine should
be installed with clearance of not less than 50 mm at the back
and sides from the building or non-Schaerer components.
A clear height of 1100 mm from the top of the supporting
surface should be ensured. Recommended height of the
working surface is a minimum of 850 mm from floor level.
If the machine connections are to be routed down through the
counter, remember also to allow space for the connections.
These may restrict the available space below the machine.
490 mm (height) x 118,8 mm (diameter)
plus space requirement for the connection tubes
Anti-scale filter installed
dimensions
(03.9314.0001)
These specifications for the electrical connection and the standards quoted apply for
connecting the machine in EU countries. It may be necessary to also observe additional
country-specific regulations. Outside the EU countries acceptance of the standards quoted is to
be checked by the legal entity or natural person who wishes to use the machine.
The local power supply must be constructed according to IEC 364. To improve safety, the coffee machine
should be fitted with an FI 30 mA earth leakage current circuit breaker complying with EN 61008. Near
the machine or about 30 cm below the counter top there should be a shockproof socket as a single-phase
connection installed locally on the rear or side wall of the counter substructure or a country-specific
single-phase socket. If the mains connection lead for this coffee machine is damaged then it must be
replaced by our customer service personnel or a similarly qualified person. If the coffee machine is
permanently connected to the mains then an all-pole disconnecting separator (mains switch) according to
EN 60947 with a minimum 3 mm contact gap must be installed. A separator switch is recommended for
a flexible connection. The mains cable must not come into contact with hot surfaces. The mains switch
and plug top are part of the customer‘s on-site installation. The machine may not be fitted with a fixed
permanent mains connection if installed on a transporting trolley.
In order to avoid possible faults from arising on our screened data lines due to potential equalization
currents between the devices, an additional potential equalization unit should be planned for devices
connected to the vending system. (See EN 60309)
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Number
Unit
Designation
62
pc
pc
pc
1
1
1
milk tank lid
milk tank
mixer bowl
spring for mixer hose
mixer hose
milk nozzle (green) for milk (< 10ºC)
milk hose
mixer spout addition
pc
meter
1
1,5
pc
multitool
drain tube
angle for drain tube
connecting tube at constant water supply
pc
pc
pc
pc
pc
1
1
1
1
1
pc
pc
pc
pcs
pc
1
1
1
2
1
Bean hopper compl.
pc
1
O-Ring container
screwed intervening protection
intervening protection
stopper slider
bean hopper
manual customer check-up 1/15‘000
test strip carbonate hardness (with guidance)
quick reference weekly cleaning
quick reference dayly cleaning
quick reference installation
user manual Coffee Factory
Documentation / instructions
1
Accessories / tools
pc
1
Constant water supply, outlet
pc
1
milk nozzle (white) for milk (> 10ºC)
pc
pc
10
meter
pc
1
10
meter
0,5
0,18
milk nozzle (orange) for milk (< 3ºC)
pc
1
milk foamer bottom section
pc
1
milk foamer top section
pc
1
Combi spout compl with Choc/Topping
33 2291 1000
00 0047 3105
33 2292 7000
33 2265 5000
33 2253 1000
021‘521
33 2315 6000
021‘531
021‘491
021‘511
021‘481
33 2323 1000
00 0048 0042
33 2165 8000
33 2292 1000
33 2322 2000
33 2321 1000
33 2318 0000
33 2292 6000
00 0048 0064
071‘251
071‘250
33 2317 8000
00 0048 4948
33 2296 2000
33 2259 7000
33 2259 8000
Order number
1
1
1
1
1
1
installation manual
installation manual
installation manual
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Position number
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
with outlet
with outlet
constant water supply
fresh milk
fresh milk
mixer bowl
Choc / Topping
Choc / Topping
fresh milk
fresh milk
fresh milk
fresh milk
Choc / Topping
all
all
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Number
pc
sheet
1
1
signs labelling hopper
portioner lid
topping hopper
choc hopper
Designation
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ps
brewing unit
coffee grounds container
p
1
p
p
1
1
sieve water tank
water tank lid
water tank
drip tray grid
drip tray
pc
Water filter 200 L
bottle
pack
bottle
tube
1
1
1
1
valve lubricating and sealing grease 5gr
liquid deliming agent Kamareta (0,75 l)
cleaning tablet URNEX
Milkpure (1000 ml)
Article numbers for the Schaerer maintenance program:
4
Customer service-kit 1/15.000
customer check-up kit 1/15.000
1
pc
(with fresh milk and choc)
Water filter
p
1
Water tank
p
1
Drip tray / drip tray grid
1
Brewing unit
1
Coffee grounds container
pc
pc
1
Unit
1
Portioner
33 2179 9000
062‘869
065‘221
071‘530
all
all
all
fresh milk
Water tank
071‘397
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
Topping
Choc
Fitting
all
17
17
17
10
10
15
9
4
1 and 4
4
4
Position number
33 2828 7000
062‘608
33 2296 1000
33 2254 1000
33 2257 2000
33 2254 9000
33 2823 6099
33 2272 4000
33 2315 3000
33 2268 9000
33 2824 8000
33 2823 5000
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Index
Index
Drip Tray 7, 15
E
A
Access Control 34
Accounting 35
Adjustable Screen 7
Adjust Combi Spout Height 13
Aquaflex 9, 36
B
Barista pad 33
Barista Pad 7, 18
Bean Hopper 7, 13
Bean Hoppers Cleaning 43
Beverage Button 7, 28
Beverage Buttons Labelling 37
Boiler Temperature 31
Brewing Unit 7
Brewing unit cleaning 40
Brew Times 18
Button Allocation 30
C
Call Up Main Menu 8
Capacity 32
Change Recipes 29
Choc-Container 7
Choc powder quantity 29
Cleaning Interval Schedule 38
Cleaning Mode 24
Cleaning program 39
Cleaning the steam outlet 45
Clock and Date 31
Coffee Grounds Container 7, 14
Coffee Machine Maintenance 48
Coffee Machine Parts 6
Combi Spout 7
Combi Spout Cleaning 39
Combi Spout Height 13
Conditions for usage and installation 60
Connection to an electrical power source 61
Control Pads 17
Copy Day 22
Counter 35
Cup&Cool 11
Cup Volumes 29
Customer Care 38
Customer Check-up 28
D
Daily Cleaning 39
Delete PIN 35
Delete the timer data 22
Descaling 25, 45
Descaling machine with constant water supply 26
Dispense Beverage 10
Dispense Foamed Milk 11
Dispense Hot Water 12
Dispense Milk 11
Dispense milk foam 11
Dispense milk or milk foam 11
Display Contrast 31
Display switching times 21
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Enter PIN 33
Error Messages 51
F
Fault Messages 51
Faults with no Display 54
Filter Change 27
Filter Changing 45
Filter/Softener Fitted 31
Foamer Cleaning 24, 39
Foamer rinsing 32
Foaming Milk 12
Functions Main Menu 17
G
General Cleaning 39
Glossary 9
Grind Fineness 36
Ground coffee quantity 29
Grounds Disposal through Counter 14
H
HACCP Cleaning Schedule 46
Hazards for the User 55
Hot Rinse 18
Hot Water Button 7
Hot Water Dispenser 7
I
Info Pad 7
Information 18
Integrated milk cooler 15
Introduction 6
J
Journal 19
L
Language 31
Latte Macchiato Pause Interval 20
Level Accounting 34
Level Cleaning 34
Level Settings 34
M
Machine descaling with water tank or Aquaflex 25
Main Menu 17, 19, 20
Maintenance 23, 48
Manual Insert 7, 13
Mechanical Settings 36
Menu Control Pads 17
Menu pad 33
Menu Pad 7
Messages and Tips 50
Milk and Foam 20
Milk Compartment Cleaning 42
Milk cooler 15
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Milk Cover 7
Milk Foamer 7
Milk Foam Quality 20
Milk foam quantity 29
Milk Tank Cleaning 39
Milk volume 29
Mixer Cleaning (Choc/Topping) 41
Mixer Maintenance 49
Mixer Rinsing 24, 39
O
ON/OFF button 33
ON/OFF Button 7
Operating 10
Operating Messages 50
Operating options 32
Other Settings 36
P
PIN Rights 34
Product Hopper 13
Product Hopper Cleaning 43
Q
Quality 29
R
Ready to operate 16, 18
Ready to operate Display Touch Pads 16
Recipes and Beverage Button 28
Regular Cleaning 43
Reset 31
Responsibilities of the Operator 58
Rinse Filter 28
Rinsing interval 32
Index
T
Tablet Insert 7, 13
Technical Data 60
Timer 20
Timer and Clock 7
Timer information 23
Timer overview 22
Timer status 21
Toggle Pad 19, 33
Toggle Pad (Second Level) 7
Topping-Container 7
Touch Pads 17
Touch-Screen-Display 7
Twin-Topping 9, 13, 43
U
Unit Statistic 35
User Manuals Signs and Symbols 8
W
Warming Beverage 12
Warm rinse button 32
Warm Rinse Pad 7
Warm up pad 32
Warm-Up Rinse 32
Warranty Claims 59
Water Hardness 32
Water Tank 7
Water Tank Cleaning 42
Water volume 29
Weekly Cleaning 40
Weigh Grounds 31
S
Safety 55
Schaerer Customer Service 49
Second Level 7, 33
Set Grind Fineness 36
Set timer 21
Setting 28
Signs 8
Software 16
Steam Outlet 7, 12
Sterilize the Milk System 46
Switching off time 21, 22
Switching on time 21, 22
Switch Off Coffee Machine 15
Switch On Coffee Machine 10
Symbols 8
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