Morphy Richards 47082 coffee maker

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12 cup filter coffee maker
Please read and keep these instructions
Getting the best from your new coffee maker...
Safety first
Caution must be used when handling hot water, coffee or steam.
Run water through your machine before first use
It is important to run water through your coffee maker in order to rinse the
machine. You can also run water through to warm your coffee machine.
Descale as appropriate for the hardness of the
water in your area
It is important to descale as the performance of your coffee maker may be
impaired by limescale and other impurities in the water supply.
For replacement parts, help with using your Morphy Richards product,
problems and lots more, contact us by phone or through our website.
UK Helpline: 0844 871 0946
Replacement Parts: 0844 873 0712
Ireland Helpline: 1800 409 119
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Important safety
instructions
The use of any electrical
appliance requires the following
common sense safety rules.
Primarily there is danger of
injury or death and secondly the
danger of damage to the
appliance. These are indicated
in the text by the following two
conventions:
•
The mains lead should reach
from the socket to the base unit
without straining the
connections.
•
If the supply cord is damaged, it
must be replaced by the
manufacturer, it’s service agent
or similarly qualified person in
order to avoid a hazard.
Personal safety
WARNING: Danger to the
person!
•
IMPORTANT: Damage to the
appliance!
Ensure the lid of the glass jug is
securely in place before pouring.
•
Take care to pour hot coffee
slowly and carefully without
tipping the glass jug too fast.
•
Do not fill above the capacity
mark of the water level gauge
marked on the jug.
In addition, we offer the
following safety advice.
Location
•
Remove all the packaging and
retain for future reference.
•
Do not use the glass jug in a
microwave.
•
Ensure the coffee maker is used
on a firm, flat surface.
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Do not touch metal parts until
the unit has cooled.
•
Do not use the coffee maker
outdoors or in a bathroom.
•
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Do not place the coffee maker
on a highly polished wooden
surface, as damage may occur
to the surface.
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Do not place the coffee maker
on or near hot surfaces, such as
a hot plate or radiant rings or
near a naked flame.
This appliance is not intended
for use by persons (including
children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities,
or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have
been given supervision or
instruction concerning the use
of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
•
WARNING: Do not place the
coffee maker onto a metal tray
or metal surface whilst in use.
Children
•
Children do not understand the
dangers associated with
operating electrical appliances.
Never allow children to use this
appliance.
•
Children should be supervised
to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
Mains lead
•
Do not let the mains lead hang
over the edge of the worktop
where a child could reach it.
•
Do not let the lead run across
an open space e.g. between a
low socket and a table.
•
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Do not let the lead run across a
cooker or other hot area which
might damage the cable.
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Product safety
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Never use warm or hot water to
fill the water tank.
•
Do not overfill the water tank.
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Ensure the lid of the glass jug is
securely in place before pouring.
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Take care to pour hot coffee
slowly and carefully without
tipping the glass jug too fast.
•
Do not place the glass jug on
the hot plate unless the lid is in
position.
•
Do not fill above the capacity
mark of the water level gauge.
•
Make sure the mains lead does
not touch the hot parts of the
machine.
•
Do not wind the mains lead
around the hot appliance or
store the appliance until it has
fully cooled down.
Treating scalds
•
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Do not use the coffee maker for
anything other than it’s intended
purpose.
ELECTRICAL
REQUIREMENTS
Check that the voltage on the
rating plate of your appliance
corresponds with your house
electricity supply which must be
A.C. (Alternating Current).
If the socket outlets in your
home are not suitable for the
plug supplied with this
appliance, the plug should be
removed and the appropriate
one fitted.
Run cold water over the
affected area immediately. Do
not stop to remove clothing, get
medical help quickly.
WARNING : The plug removed
from the mains lead, if
severed, must be destroyed,
as a plug with a bared
flexible cord is hazardous if
engaged into a live socket
outlet.
Other safety
considerations
Should the fuse in the 13 amp
plug require changing, a 13 amp
BS1362 fuse must be fitted.
•
Disconnect the coffee maker
from the mains supply when
filling, cleaning or not in use.
•
When unplugging, turn any
control to ‘off’, then remove the
plug from the wall outlet.
•
Keep the outside of the coffee
maker area clean and dry at all
times.
•
Do not touch hot surfaces.
Always use handles or knobs.
•
Do not immerse the coffee
maker itself in water and always
ensure the electrical
connections are kept dry.
•
Do not operate any appliance
with a damaged cord or plug or
after the appliance malfunctions
or has been damaged in any
manner. Ring the helpline
number for advice on
examination and repair.
•
The use of attachments or tools
not recommended or sold by
Morphy Richards may cause
fire, electric shock or injury.
WARNING: This appliance
must be earthed.
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FEATURES
‚
⁄ Hinged reservoir lid
¤ Illuminated water level
indicator
‹ Glass jug with water
level indicator
·
„
› Jug lid
fi Hot plate
fl Digital control panel
with LED display
‡ Non drip valve
‡
· Filter locating tab
‚ Removable permanent
mesh filter
⁄
„ Removable filter holder
fl
¤
›
fi
‹
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OPERATING THE
APPLIANCE
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Plug the filter coffee maker in at
the wall socket and switch ON.
The LCD display fl will
illuminate to show the coffee
maker is working.
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Wash the detachable parts of
the machine in warm soapy
water.
Press the on/off button to start
the brewing process. The red
power light will glow and the
coffee will start to brew.
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The first time you use your
coffee maker, operate the coffee
maker with water only.
Hot water will start to flow
through the coffee grounds and
into the glass jug as coffee.
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When the coffee has been
made, serve as required. The
anti-drip valve will prevent any
remaining coffee dripping onto
the hot plate. Ensure that the jug
is replaced on the hot plate after
serving. While the coffee maker
is switched ON, the hot plate
will keep the coffee warm.
Before use
Take your coffee maker out of
the box and remove the
packaging.
General use
1
Lift up the hinged reservoir lid
⁄.
2
Fill the water reservoir with the
required amount of water using
the water level indicator ¤ as a
guide A. Both the jug ‹ and
the water level indicator are
marked in cups. Do not exceed
the maximum level on the water
gauge.
3
Spoon the required amount of
ground filter coffee into the
mesh filter ‚, spreading it
evenly. We suggest one rounded
dessert spoon for every cup, but
individual tastes will vary. Ensure
the filter is sitting properly in the
filter holder and do not fill above
the mesh line.
4
Close the reservoir lid.
5
Slide the jug into the coffee
maker ensuring it sits correctly
fi. The jug lid
on the hot plate fi
must be in place during the
brewing process, otherwise the
non-drip valve ‡ will not open,
causing the filter to flood.
A
10 Switch off the coffee maker
when the jug is empty or the
coffee is no longer required.
WARNING: The coffee maker
and hot plate are hot and
remain hot for some time after
switching off.
11 Allow the unit to cool.
12 Remove the permanent filter
and empty the used coffee
grounds. Wash the filter
immediately and dry thoroughly.
Refilling
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Switch off the coffee maker and
allow 3 minutes to cool before
refilling with cold water.
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BUTTONS
KEY
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CONTROL PANEL
ON/OFF
Adjustable warming
plate temperature
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This coffee maker gives you the
option of adjusting the Stay
Warm Setting to slightly reduce
the temperature of the coffee
after it has brewed.
•
When brewing the coffee, a
steady orange light will appear
on the ‘warmer’ button. In order
to reduce the Stay Warm setting,
push the ‘warmer’ button once,
and the steady orange light will
then blink.
•
This setting should be used
when the carafe is half full or
less, to ensure the coffee quality
is maintained.
•
The Stay Warm setting will
continue to operate as long as
the unit is ON and will shut off
automatically after two hours.
•
When you begin to brew a new
pot of coffee, the steady orange
light will reappear, indicating the
Coffeemaker will maintain the
temperature of the higher Stay
Warm Setting.
Auto timer
Warmer
Switching on
•
When the machine is switched
on, the display will illuminate.
•
To set the time, press the HOUR
button. It is a 24 hour clock with
AM or PM denoted.
•
Then press the MINUTE button.
To brew at a pre-set
time
•
Press the PROGRAM button.
Note: If no buttons are pressed,
the display will revert to the time
display within 10 seconds.
•
Press the HOUR button.
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Then press the MINUTE button
to set the desired start time.
•
Press the AUTO button (green
light glows).
Coffee quality
indicator B
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To help you to decide if your
coffee is likely to be of a good
quality during keep warm mode,
bars on the outside of the clock
face indicate how long ago the
coffee was brewed.
B
Note: Press the AUTO button
again to cancel pre-set brewing.
To brew manually
•
Press the ON/OFF button (red
light glows).
Note: Press the ON/OFF button
again to cancel brewing.
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Locating the filter
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Rinse the water reservoir
occasionally with cold water. Do
not use a cloth as any residue or
lint may be left behind to clog
the coffee maker.
•
Remove the permanent filter,
discard any used coffee and
wash. Extended soaking helps
to remove coffee stains from the
mesh.
•
Note: Ensure the filter holder is
correctly located, otherwise the
non-drip valve will not open,
causing the filter to flood.
Wash the glass jug, jug lid, and
filter holder in warm soapy
water. Rinse and dry all parts
thoroughly. Refit the filter and
filter holder.
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CLEANING AND
MAINTENANCE
Wipe all external surfaces,
including the warming plate,
with a damp cloth and dry
thoroughly.
•
Care must be taken to ensure
that the non-drip valve situated
on the bottom of the filter holder
is not damaged during cleaning.
•
Never use harsh or abrasive
cleaners.
•
NO parts are suitable for
cleaning in a dishwasher.
1
To remove the filter holder, lift by
using the two handles either
side. To clean, see ‘Cleaning and
Maintenance’ section on page 7.
2
To refit, place the removable
filter holder into the top of your
coffee maker. Ensure that the
cut out on the filter holder lines
up with the slot at the back of
the product.
3
Then place the permanent mesh
filter inside the filter holder.
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Descaling
If you live in a hard water area,
we recommend that your coffee
maker is descaled at regular
intervals, e.g. every 2-3 months.
In areas of moderately hard
water, you should descale every
6 months.
We recommend you use a
proprietary liquid descaler which
is especially made for coffee
makers and plastic kettles.
Follow the instructions on the
bottle or sachet, and then
operate the coffee maker with
just water 3 times before making
coffee.
Do not use a kettle descaler
unless the packet specifically
states it is suitable for coffee
makers.
Note: The permanent mesh filter
should not be used during
descaling.
Cleaning care
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If the water filters through more
slowly than usual, it is a sign
that descaling is necessary.
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Unplug the coffee maker and
allow to cool.
•
Do not immerse the coffee
maker in liquid.
If you have any difficulty with
your appliance, do not hesitate
to call. We are more likely to be
able to help than the store from
where you bought it.
Please have the following
information ready to enable our
staff to deal with your enquiry
quickly:
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Name of the product.
•
Model number as shown on the
underside of the appliance.
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Serial number as shown on
underside of the appliance.
UK Helpline
0844 871 0946
Replacement Parts 0844 873 0712
Ireland Helpline
1800 409 119
UK Helpline 0870 060 2610 Replacement Parts 0870 157 6641 Ireland Helpline 1800 409119
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YOUR TWO YEAR
GUARANTEE
It is important to retain the retailer’s
receipt as proof of purchase. Staple
your receipt to this back cover for
future reference.
EXCLUSIONS
Morphy Richards shall not be liable
to replace or repair the goods under
the terms of the guarantee where:
1
The fault has been caused or is
attributable to accidental use,
misuse, negligent use or used
contrary to the manufacturer’s
recommendations or where the fault
has been caused by power surges or
damage caused in transit.
2
The appliance has been used on a
voltage supply other than that
stamped on the products.
3
Repairs have been attempted by
persons other than our service staff
(or authorised dealer).
4
The appliance has been used for hire
purposes or non domestic use.
5
The appliance is second hand.
6
Morphy Richards are not liable to
carry out any type of servicing work,
under the guarantee.
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Plastic filters for all Morphy Richards
kettles and coffee makers are not
covered by the guarantee.
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This guarantee does not confer any
rights other than those expressly set
out above and does not cover any
claims for consequential loss or
damage. This guarantee is offered as
an additional benefit and does not
affect your statutory rights as a
consumer.
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This guarantee is valid in the UK and
Ireland only.
Please quote the following
information if the product develops a
fault. These numbers can be found
on the base of the product.
Model no.
Serial no.
All Morphy Richards products are
individually tested before leaving the
factory. In the unlikely event of any
appliance proving to be faulty within
28 days of purchase, it should be
returned to the place of purchase for
it to be replaced.
If the fault develops after 28 days
and within 24 months of original
purchase, you should contact the
Helpline number quoting Model
number and Serial number on the
product, or write to Morphy Richards
at the address shown.
You may be asked to return a copy
of proof of purchase.
Subject to the exclusions set out
below (see Exclusions), the faulty
appliance will then be repaired or
replaced and dispatched usually
within 7 working days of receipt.
For electrical products sold
within the European
Community. At the end of the
electrical products useful life,
it should not be disposed of
with household waste.
Please recycle where facilities
exist. Check with your Local
Authority or retailer for
recycling advice in your
country.
If, for any reason, this item is
replaced during the 2 year guarantee
period, the guarantee on the new
item will be calculated from the
original purchase date. Therefore, it is
vital to retain your original till receipt
or invoice to indicate the date of
initial purchase.
To qualify for the 2 year guarantee,
the appliance must have been used
according to the manufacturer’s
instructions. For example, coffee
makers should have been regularly
descaled.
Morphy Richards products are intended for household use only.
Morphy Richards has a policy of continuous improvement in product quality and
design. The company, therefore reserves the right to change the specification of
it’s models at any time.
The After Sales Division
Morphy Richards Ltd
Mexborough, South Yorkshire,
England, S64 8AJ
Helplines (office hours)
UK 0844 871 0946
Spare Parts 0844 873 0712
Republic of Ireland 1800 409 119
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