OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Type SUP040R

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Type SUP040R
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Read these instructions carefully before using the machine.
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SAFETY REGULATIONS
or feet. Do not let the power cord hang freely
from tables or shelves.
Never allow water to come into contact
with any of the electrical parts of the machine: Danger of short circuit! Hot water
and steam may cause burning!
Intended Use
The machine is intended to be used in small offices/organisations only.
The appliance is not to be used by persons
(including children) with reduced physical,
mental or sensory abilities or with scarce experience and/or expertise, unless they are supervised by a person responsible for their safety,
or they are instructed by this person on how to
properly use the machine.
Power Supply
The machine must be connected to the power
supply by the service provider, in accordance
with its specifications.
Power Cord
Never use the machine if the power cord is defective.
Report any defects in the cord and/or plug to
the service provider immediately. Do not pass
the power cord around corners, over sharp
edges or over hot objects and keep it away
from oil. Do not use the power cord to carry
or pull the machine. Do not pull out the plug
by the power cord nor touch it with wet hands
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For the Safety of Others
Ensure that children cannot play with the machine and/or the packaging materials. Never
direct the jet of hot water and/or steam towards yourself or others. Do not touch the hot
water wand with bare hands. Always use the
handles or knobs provided.
Danger of Burns
Do not touch the hot water wand and/or the
coffee/product dispensing spout.
Fire Safety Precautions
In case of fire, use carbon dioxide (CO2) extinguishers. Do not use water or dry powder extinguishers.
Suitable Location for Operation
and Maintenance
The machine should be installed by the service
provider in accordance with the safety regulations in force at the time of installation.
The machine may only be moved by the service
provider.
Do not use the machine outdoors.
Avoid placing open flames and/or incandescent objects near the machine in order to avoid
melting or other damage to the machine housing. Do not use in places where the temperature may drop to a level equal to and/or lower
than 0°C. If the machine has been exposed to
such conditions alert the service provider, who Storing the Machine
will carry out a safety check.
If the machine is to remain inactive for a long
time, turn it off and unplug it. Store the maCleaning
chine in a dry place, out of the reach of chilBefore cleaning the machine, the power button
dren. Keep it protected from dust and dirt.
must be switched to OFF (0) and the plug must
be removed from the power socket. Wait also Repairs / Maintenance
for the machine to cool down. Never immerse In case of failure, problems or a suspected fault
the machine in water! It is strictly forbidden to resulting from a fall, immediately remove the
tamper with the internal parts of the machine. plug from the power socket and alert the serDo not clean the machine using a jet of water. vice provider or specialised technician.
The appliance and its components must be Never attempt to operate the machine if it is
cleaned and washed following a period of in- faulty. Only the service provider and/or techactivity.
nician may carry out servicing operations and
repairs on the machine.
Using Milk
Milk must be used and stored in accordance
with the instructions given on the manufacturer's original packaging.
We accept no liability for use of milk unsuitable
for human consumption.
Milk must be kept cold, as high temperatures
make it become acid - this is a natural characteristic of milk. For this reason, the Cappuccinatore must be cleaned after each use, as described in the manual.
For thorough cleaning, the Cappuccinatore can
be detached and disassembled, and its parts
can be put in a dishwasher (not professional
type).
The washing process in the dishwasher may
cause the surface of the Cappuccinatore parts
to tarnish or the graphics to fade, especially if
aggressive detergents are used.
This is a normal phenomenon and does not
affect in any way the correct operation of the
milk system.
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CONTENTS
1 GENERAL INFORMATION ...................................... 7
1.1 Intended Use of the Machine .......................................7
1.2 To Simplify Manual Reading.........................................7
1.3 How to Use these Operating Instructions .....................7
1.4 Machine Identification .................................................7
1.5 Technical Specifications ...............................................8
1.6 Residual Risks ..............................................................8
2 MACHINE COMPONENTS ...................................... 8
2.1 Control Panel Description ............................................9
3 USING THE MACHINE .......................................... 9
3.1 Switching on the Machine ...........................................9
3.2 Warm-up and Rinsing ................................................10
3.3 Rinse/Self-Cleaning Cycle...........................................10
3.4 Eco-friendly: Stand-by ...............................................10
3.5 Adjusting the Dispensing Spout .................................10
3.6 Coffee Brewing ..........................................................11
3.7 Emptying the Coffee Grounds Drawer .......................11
3.8 Brewing a Cappuccino ...............................................12
3.9 Latte Macchiato .........................................................12
3.10 Dispensing Hot Water.................................................13
3.11 "SPECIAL" Products ....................................................13
4 USING THE MACHINE WITH CREDITS .................. 15
5 CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE ........................... 15
5.1 Cleaning the Hot Water / Steam Wand .......................15
5.2 Cleaning the Coffee Grounds Drawer..........................16
5.3 Cleaning the Drip Tray ................................................16
5.4 Cleaning the Cappuccinatore (After Each Use) ............16
6 MACHINE WARNINGS ........................................ 18
7 HANDLING AND STORAGE .................................. 20
7.1 Handling ....................................................................20
7.2 Storage ......................................................................20
8 INSTALLATION .................................................. 20
8.1 Safety Regulations ....................................................20
8.2 Stop Functions ...........................................................21
8.3 List of Accessories Supplied........................................21
8.4 Assembly-Siting.........................................................22
8.5 Disposal of Packaging ................................................22
8.6 Installing the Container Base .....................................22
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8.11
8.12
8.13
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8.16
8.17
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Opening the Upper Lid ...............................................23
Filling the Water Tank.................................................24
Filling the Coffee Bean Hopper...................................24
Closing the Upper Lid .................................................25
Electrical Connection..................................................25
Setting the Language (Upon First Use) ......................25
First Use - Use After a Long Period of Inactivity ..........26
Measuring and Adjusting Water Hardness .................26
"INTENZA+" Water Filter ...........................................27
Adjusting the Coffee Grinder ......................................29
Adjusting the "Aroma" - Amount of Ground Coffee ....30
Adjusting Brewed Products ........................................30
9 MACHINE PROGRAMMING ................................. 33
9.1 Accessing the Programming Mode.............................33
9.2 Programming Controls ...............................................34
9.3 Credits Menu..............................................................35
9.4 Beverage Menu ..........................................................36
9.5 Machine Menu ...........................................................38
9.6 Setting the PASSWORD ..............................................42
10 CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE ........................... 43
10.1 Cleaning Intervals ......................................................43
10.2 Cleaning the Water Tank ............................................43
10.3 Thorough Cleaning of the Cappuccinatore .................43
10.4 Brew Group - Weekly Cleaning ...................................45
10.5 Cleaning the Brew Group with “Coffee Clean Tablets”.46
10.6 Brew Group Lubrication .............................................48
10.7 Descaling ...................................................................49
11 MACHINE DISPOSAL .......................................... 52
12 TROUBLESHOOTING .......................................... 53
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1.1
GENERAL INFORMATION
Intended Use of the Machine
This machine automatically brews:
- Coffee and espresso coffee using coffee beans;
- Hot beverages using hot water dispensed via the steam
wand;
- Milk-based beverages using the supplied Cappuccinatore.
The structure of the machine and its elegant housing have been
designed for use in small offices, businesses and institutions.
Important.
Misuse voids all forms of warranty, releasing the
Manufacturer from any responsibility for damage to persons and/or property.
The following are considered misuse:
- Any use other than the intended use and/or employing methods other than those described in this manual;
- Any operation on the machine in breach of the instructions provided in this manual;
- Any use following tampering with machine components and/or alteration of its safety mechanisms;
- Use of the machine outdoors.
In such cases the user shall bear the costs of repair.
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To Simplify Manual Reading
Various kinds of symbols are used in this manual to highlight the
different hazard or competence levels.
The warning triangle indicates
important instructions for the
safety of the machine's users.
Carefully follow these instructions to avoid serious injury!
Various symbols are used in this manual to indicate the competences of each user.
User:
A person who uses the machine to brew beverages
and who can clean the machine, where instructed
to do so in the manual. Users are NOT allowed to
perform operations which are the competence of
the Service Provider/Supply Operator or Technician. On detecting machine malfunctions and/or
faults, users should contact the Service Provider
only.
Service Provider/Supply Operator:
Company or person responsible for normal machine installation, start-up and suspension of
service. On detecting machine malfunctions, the
service provider should request the assistance of
the maintenance technician.
Technician: Personnel qualified to perform unscheduled
maintenance operations and provide assistance
with the machine.
Technicians may carry out all operations described
in this manual without requiring explicit authorisation.
This symbol is used to highlight information that
is particularly important to ensure optimal use of
the machine.
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How to Use these Operating Instructions
This manual constitutes an integral part of the
machine, and should be read carefully. It contains
information regarding installation, maintenance and
proper use of the machine.
Always refer to this manual before carrying out any operation.
Keep these operating instructions in a safe place and make them
available to anyone who may use the coffee machine. If this
manual is lost or damaged, a copy should be requested from the
service provider immediately. For further information or if you
experience problems not completely or sufficiently covered in
these instructions, please contact the service provider.
1.4
Machine Identification
The machine is identified by the model name and serial number
shown on the special plate.
The plate contains the following information:
• Name of the Manufacturer
• CE marking
• Machine model
• Serial number
• Manufacturing year
• Some technical specifications:
- Power supply voltage (V);
- Power supply frequency (Hz);
- Electrical power consumption (W).
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Note: When contacting the Service Provider, always refer to this plate, and to the machine's specific data shown on it.
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Technical Specifications
Technical Specifications
Power Supply and Nominal Voltage-Power Rating
See plate attached to the back of the appliance
Machine Housing Material
metal - thermoplastic material
Size (w x h x d)
334 x 574 x 452 (mm)
Weight
approx. 22 kg
Power Cord Length
1.2 m
Water Tank Capacity
4.0 litres
Coffee Grounds Drawer Capacity
40 grounds
Control Panel
On the front
A-weighted Sound Pressure Level:
Less than 70 dB
Pump Pressure
Max. 1.5 MPa (15.0 bar)
Water Connections (for water network version only)
maximum pressure 0.8 MPa (8 bar)
minimum pressure 0.15 MPa (1.5 bar)
Operating Conditions
Minimum temperature: above 10°C
Maximum temperature: below 40°C
Maximum humidity: below 95%
Safety Devices
Boiler pressure safety valve
Safety thermostat
Subject to engineering and manufacturing changes due
to technological improvements.
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Residual Risks
The dispensing outlet has no guards to prevent accidental hand
contact with coffee, hot beverages and/or steam.
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MACHINE COMPONENTS
Note: The “key to components” includes all machine models; check which one matches your machine. Certain functions may not be available.
1 Tank lid with lock
2 Water tank
3 Control panel
4 Cappuccinatore
5 Hot water / steam wand
6 Service compartment access door (to be used by the Service provider only)
7 Coffee bean hopper
8 Accessory drawer
9 Cappuccinatore compartment cover
10 Dispensing spout
11 Cup holder grill
12 Full drip tray float
13 Drip tray
14 Coffee grounds drawer
15 ON/OFF button
16 Chassis plug
17 "Espresso" button
18 "Coffee" button
19 Display
20 "Cappuccino" button
21 "Latte Macchiato" button
22 "Hot Water" button
23 "Special Beverages" button
24 "Cappuccinatore Cleaning Cycle" button
25 "Stand-by" button
26 Group compartment drawer
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2.1
Control Panel Description
Note: All possible controls are described here.
Refer to the following sections for the operating
modes.
Some buttons in the control panel have a double
function. The double function is only activated in
certain moments during the machine operation or when
accessing the programming mode. The additional function is indicated by the icon under the machine button.
Button - Description
17 "Espresso" button
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Before start using the machine check that the water tank and the
coffee bean hopper are filled and that the machine is properly
clean.
3.1
Switching on the Machine
Warning! Connection to the power supply should
be carried out exclusively by the service provider!
Ensure that the upper lid (1) is always locked.
Before switching on the machine, ensure that the plug is correctly
inserted in the power socket.
When this button is pressed an espresso cup is brewed.
18 "Coffee" button - 2nd Function (OK)
When this button is pressed a coffee cup is brewed.
2nd Function - Press it to select the displayed option.
19 LCD Display
Displays the machine status and alarm signals, and guides the
user through the steps required to operate the machine.
CLICK!
20 "Cappuccino" button - 2nd Function ( )
When this button is pressed a cappuccino cup is brewed.
2nd Function - Press it to scroll the current page selection up.
21 "Latte Macchiato" button
When this button is pressed a latte macchiato cup is dispensed.
Ensure that the dispensing spout is in correct position. Move it horizontally until you hear the CLICK
indicating correct positioning. If this is not done, some
product might leak out of the dispensing spout.
22 "Hot Water" button
When this button is pressed hot water is dispensed.
23 "Special Beverages" button - 2nd Function (ESC)
When this button is pressed, the menu for preparing other
types of beverages is accessed.
2nd Function - Press it to exit the selected page and/or to stop
the beverage brewing procedure.
24 "Clean" button - 2nd Function ( )
When this button is pressed, the machine starts an automatic
quick cleaning cycle of the Cappuccinatore.
1 To switch on the machine, move the power button on the
back of the machine to "I" (Fig.02, page 3).
2 After carrying out a check cycle, the machine goes into standby mode and the " " button (25) blinks.
3 To turn on the machine simply press the "
" button (25).
Note: Once the warm-up is complete, the machine
primes the circuit and performs a rinse cycle of
the internal circuits. A small amount of water is dispensed
during this process. Wait for this cycle to be completed.
2nd Function - Press it to scroll the current page selection
down.
25 "Stand-by" button
When this button is pressed, the machine Stand-by mode is
activated.
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3.2
button (25) (if at least one coffee-based product has been
brewed).
Warm-up and Rinsing
1 Upon start-up, the machine activates the warm-up phase.
Wait until it is completed.
HEATING UP…
A small amount of water will be dispensed to rinse and heat all
the machine parts; in this phase this icon is displayed.
RINSING
ESC
Note: The bar is in progress to show that the machine is heating up the system.
2 Once the warm-up is complete, the machine performs a rinse
cycle of the internal circuits.
STOP RINSING
Wait for the cycle to finish automatically. The dispensing process
can be stopped by pressing the "
" button (23).
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RINSING
Eco-friendly: Stand-by
The machine is designed for energy saving. The machine automatically turns off after 30 minutes of inactivity.
ESC
STOP RINSING
Note: The bar is in progress to show that the machine is performing the rinse cycle of the system.
3 A small amount of water is dispensed. Wait for the cycle to
end.
Note: The cycle can be stopped by pressing the
"
" button (23).
4 Then, the machine is ready for use.
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Note:
During the turning off phase, the machine performs a
rinse cycle, if a coffee product has been brewed.
Time can be programmed according to your needs
(contact the Service Provider).
To turn the machine on again, simply press either button on the
control panel (if the power button is set to "I"). In this case the
machine will go through the rinse cycle only if the boiler is cold.
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The logo is displayed indicating that the machine is ready for use.
Adjusting the Dispensing Spout
Most of the cups on the market can be used with this coffee machine.
The height of the dispensing spout may be adjusted to better fit the
dimensions of the cups that you wish to use.
Note: If the machine is being used for the first
time or after a long period of inactivity, contact
the Service Provider to start it up.
3.3
Rinse/Self-Cleaning Cycle
This cycle enables rinsing the internal coffee circuits with fresh
water. The cycle is carried out:
• At machine start-up (with cold boiler);
• After priming the circuit (with cold boiler);
• During the stand-by preparation phase (if at least one coffeebased product has been brewed);
• When turning off the machine, after pressing the " "
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Manually move the dispensing spout up or down to adjust its
height.
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The recommended positions are:
- When using small cups (Fig.03, page 3);
- When using large cups (Fig.05, page 3).
Two cups can be placed under the dispensing spout to brew two
cups of coffee at the same time (Fig.04, page 3).
If you want to use tall glasses or mugs, push the dispensing spout to
its limit stop. In this case, you can brew only one product at a time.
(Fig.06, page 3).
Note: Before brewing any product and/or when
bringing the dispensing spout back to its normal
brewing position, ensure that it is correctly positioned.
This can be noted through the CLICK indicating correct
positioning.
2 Once the prebrewing cycle is complete, coffee begins to come
out of the dispensing spout.
3 Coffee brewing stops automatically when the set level is
reached. However, the coffee brewing process can be stopped by
" button (23).
pressing the "
Note: The machine is set to brew a true Italian espresso coffee. This feature may slightly lengthen
the brewing time, allowing the intense coffee flavour to
develop fully.
3.7
Emptying the Coffee Grounds Drawer
Note: This operation must be performed with the
machine switched on and/or in stand-by mode.
The machine will indicate when the coffee grounds drawer has
reached its maximum capacity.
The first warning alerts the user that the coffee grounds drawer
must be emptied, but the machine can still be used to brew coffee; the display shows:
CLICK!
If this is not done, some product might leak out of the dispensing
spout.
3.6
Coffee Brewing
If the drawer is not emptied after several brewing cycles the machine will stop; the display shows:
EMPTY COFFEE
GROUNDS DRAWER
To brew coffee, press and release:
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The "
or
the "
" button (17) for a cup of espresso coffee,
" button (18) for a cup of coffee.
In this case the machine does not allow coffee to be brewed.
In order to continue to brew coffee, the coffee grounds drawer
must be emptied of used coffee.
The brewing cycle then starts:
Press the desired button once to brew 1 cup of coffee.
Press the desired button twice consecutively to brew 2 cups of
coffee.
Note: To brew 2 cups of coffee, the machine automatically grinds and doses the correct amount of
coffee. Brewing two coffees requires two grinding cycles
and two brewing cycles, which the machine carries out
automatically.
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Remove the drawer and empty out the coffee grounds in a suitable container. Only when the display shows:
INSERT COFFEE
GROUNDS DRAWER
4 Place the cup under the dispensing spout (Fig.12, page 3).
Press the "
" button (20).
5 The machine needs a preheating time.
6 After preheating, the machine starts brewing the cappuccino.
CAPPUCCINO
may the coffee grounds drawer be inserted into the machine.
When inserting the drawer, the display shows:
ESC
The machine is now ready to brew coffee.
3.8
Brewing a Cappuccino
STOP MILK
7 At this stage, the machine dispenses frothed milk. You can stop
" button (23).
the dispensing process by pressing the "
8 After dispensing milk, the machine brews coffee. You can stop
the brewing process by pressing the "
" button (23).
The machine allows a cappuccino to be brewed quickly and easily
with the touch of a button.
CAPPUCCINO
Danger of burns! Brewing may be preceded by
small jets of hot water.
ESC
STOP COFFEE
Enjoy your cappuccino like at the coffee bar.
Important Note: Clean the Cappuccinatore immediately after using it to froth milk (see section
5.4). Clean the suction hose externally with a damp cloth.
This way, all parts will be perfectly clean and free of any
milk residue. If this cycle is not carried out, 10 minutes after completion of the last brewing operation the machine
suggests performing a cleaning cycle.
1 Remove the cover from the front side (Fig.08, page 3).
Note: The cover can be placed on the machine side
using the integrated magnet.
2 Insert the Cappuccinatore into its seat until it locks into place
(Fig.09-10, page 3). Check that it cannot slide away.
Warning: Before using the Cappuccinatore, clean
it as described in section 5.4.
3 Insert the clean pipe directly into the milk container (Fig.11,
page 3).
Note: To ensure better results when preparing a
cappuccino, use cold milk.
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9 After using the Cappuccinatore, clean it as described in section 5.4.
10 Remove the container and clean it if necessary.
3.9
Latte Macchiato
Important Note: Clean the Cappuccinatore immediately after using it to froth milk (see section
5.4). Clean the suction hose externally with a damp cloth.
This way, all parts will be perfectly clean and free of any
milk residue. If this cycle is not carried out, 10 minutes after completion of the last brewing operation the machine
suggests performing a cleaning cycle.
The machine allows a cup of latte macchiato to be dispensed
quickly and easily with the touch of a button.
To dispense a cup of latte macchiato perform all the steps described in section 3.8 up to step 4.
1 We recommend using tall glasses for this type of preparation,
thus moving the dispensing spout accordingly (Fig.13, page 3).
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2 When the machine is ready, press the "
start dispensing the latte macchiato.
" button (21) to
Note: The "STEAM" function is displayed and can be
selected only if it has been previously activated by
the service provider; otherwise, it is not available.
3 The machine prepares the latte macchiato automatically.
4 After using the Cappuccinatore, clean it as described in section 5.4.
Remove the container and clean it if necessary.
3.10 Dispensing Hot Water
Dispensing may be preceded by short spurts of hot
water. Risk of burning. The hot water wand may
reach high temperatures.
1 Place a container under the hot water wand (Fig.07,
page 3).
" button (22) to start dispensing hot water
2 Press the "
through the wand.
HOT WATER
2 The display shows the page for "special" beverages.
Note: This menu enables only a single brewing
process at a time. To brew more products repeat
the described procedures.
"
3 Select the desired beverage by pressing the "
" (24) button.
" (20) or
"
4 When the desired beverage has been selected, press the
" button (18) to start the preparation.
Refer to the section relevant to the brewing of the
desired beverage.
For the preparation of milk-based beverages,
install the Cappuccinatore after washing it as described in section 5.4.
Long Coffee
This programme allows you to prepare a long coffee.
ESC
STOP HOT WATER
1 Press the "
" button (23) to enter the menu.
3 After dispensing, remove the container with hot water.
SPECIAL BEVERAGES
LONG COFFEE
HOT MILK
AMERICAN COFFEE
STEAM
Note: You can stop the brewing process by press" button (23).
ing the "
3.11 "SPECIAL" Products
The machine is designed to also brew products other than those
displayed on the control panel.
Note: After pressing the "
" button (23), if no
product is selected, the machine goes back to the
main menu after 10 seconds.
1 Press the "
" button (23) to access the menu.
2 Place a suitable cup under the dispensing spout (Fig.05,
page 3).
3 Press the "
" button (18) to start the preparation.
4 After brewing, remove the coffee cup.
Note: You can stop the brewing process by pressing the "
" button (23).
SPECIAL BEVERAGES
LONG COFFEE
HOT MILK
AMERICAN COFFEE
STEAM
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Hot Milk
American Coffee
This programme allows you to prepare a hot milk.
Danger of burns! Dispensing may be preceded by
small jets of hot water.
This programme allows you to prepare an American coffee.
1 Press the "
" button (23) to access the menu.
2 Press the "
" button (24) to select "AMERICAN COFFEE".
1 Remove the cover from the front side (Fig.08, page 3).
SPECIAL BEVERAGES
LONG COFFEE
HOT MILK
AMERICAN COFFEE
STEAM
2 Insert the complete Cappuccinatore into its seat until it locks
into place (Fig.09-10, page 3). Check that it cannot slide away.
3 Insert the clean pipe directly into the milk container (Fig.11,
page 3).
Note: To ensure better results, use cold milk.
4 Press the "
Press the "
" button (23) to access the menu.
" button (24) to select "HOT MILK".
SPECIAL BEVERAGES
LONG COFFEE
HOT MILK
AMERICAN COFFEE
STEAM
5 Place a suitable cup under the dispensing spout (Fig.13,
page 3).
6 Confirm by pressing the "
preparation.
" button (18) to start the
Note: You can stop the dispensing process by
" button (23).
pressing the "
7 When the dispensing procedure is complete, remove the cup
with milk.
After using the Cappuccinatore, clean it as described in section 5.4. If this cycle is not carried
out, 10 minutes after completion of the last brewing
operation the machine suggests performing a cleaning
cycle.
Remove the container and clean it if necessary.
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3 Place a suitable cup under the dispensing spout (Fig.5, page 3).
4 Confirm by pressing the "
preparation.
" button (18) to start the
5 After brewing, remove the coffee cup.
Note: You can stop the brewing process by pressing the "
" button (23).
Steam
Note: This function is only available if previously
activated by the service provider.
Dispensing may be preceded by short spurts of hot
water. Risk of burning. The steam wand may reach
high temperatures.
This program allows steam to be dispensed in order to heat up the
beverages directly in the container.
1 Press the "
" button (23) to access the menu.
2 Press the "
" button (24) to select "STEAM".
SPECIAL BEVERAGES
LONG COFFEE
HOT MILK
AMERICAN COFFEE
STEAM
3 Place a suitable container under the dispensing spout
(Fig. 7, page 3).
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" button (18) to confirm.
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5 The machine heats up the system. Once the required temperature is reached, the steam dispensing procedure is started.
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4 Press the "
6 To conclude the steam dispensing process, press the "
button (23).
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Clean the steam wand with a wet cloth after use, if necessary.
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Note:This option can be enabled or disabled by
the service provider.
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Cleaning can only be carried out when the machine is cold
and disconnected from the electric network.
Use a soft, dampened cloth to clean the machine.
Do not use direct jets of water.
Do not immerse the machine in water or place any of its parts
in a dishwasher.
Do not use sharp objects or harsh chemical products (solvents) for cleaning.
Do not dry the machine and/or its parts using a microwave
and/or standard oven.
All parts requiring cleaning are easily accessible, so no tools
are needed.
Periodic maintenance and cleaning will keep the machine in
good working order for a longer time and ensure compliance
with basic hygienic standards.
The machine is designed to manage beverage brewing by means
of a credit system. The number of coffee-based products brewed
is limited to the number of credits granted by the service provider.
When no credits remain, no more coffee-based products can be
brewed.
Warning! The machine and its parts must in any
case be cleaned every week.
The appliance and its parts must be cleaned and
washed following a period of inactivity
Available credits are displayed at each product brewing start.
5.1
Note: The dispensing of hot water, hot milk and
steam is not subject to credit management; it can
always be performed, provided that there is water in the
tank.
Each service provider decides independently how to manage the
granting and recharging of credits to allow the machine to be
used.
5
Cleaning the Hot Water / Steam Wand
The hot water/steam wand must be cleaned externally with a
damp cloth after each use and, in any case, once a week.
Warning! Before performing this operation, make
sure that the wand is cold: Danger of burns!
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
As some of the parts of the appliance come in contact with water
and coffee during normal use, it is important to clean the appliance regularly.
Not doing this will ultimately make the appliance stop working
properly, and in this case repair is not covered under the warranty.
Warning! Before undertaking any maintenance
and/or cleaning operation, turn off the machine,
unplug it and wait for it to cool down.
Non-removable parts and the machine itself must be cleaned,
when not otherwise specified, using only cold or lukewarm water,
with a non-abrasive sponge and a damp cloth.
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5.2
Cleaning the Coffee Grounds Drawer
The coffee grounds drawer must be emptied and cleaned whenever indicated by the machine. To carry out this operation, refer
to section 3.7.
1 Ensure that the Cappuccinatore, complete with all its parts, is
correctly inserted (Fig.10, page 3).
2 Insert the suction hose in a carafe containing clean water
(Fig.11, page 3).
3 Place a container under the dispensing spout (Fig.12,
page 3).
4 With the machine on, press the "
" button (24).
CAPPUCCINATORE CLEANING
REPLACE MILK CONTAINER
WITH ANOTHER ONE WITH
FRESH WATER
NO
YES
5.3
Cleaning the Drip Tray
Empty and clean the drip tray every day. Perform this operation
also when the float is raised.
5 Press the "
cleaning cycle.
" button (18) to start the Cappuccinatore
Note: To exit the cycle at any moment, press the
"
" button (23).
6 The machine heats up the system.
CAPPUCCINATORE CLEANING
PLEASE WAIT …
STOP CLEANING
Once the warm-up is complete, the machine performs an assisted
wash cycle of the Cappuccinatore. Wait until the cycle is complete.
5.4
Cleaning the Cappuccinatore
(After Each Use)
Warning! Failure to clean the Cappuccinatore after
use with milk may cause proliferation of bacteria
which may be harmful for the user.
The Cappuccinatore must be washed and cleaned every time it
is used.
The lack of cleaning before and after each use can affect the correct operation of the machine.
Danger of burns! Dispensing may be preceded by
small jets of hot water.
Perform a quick cleaning procedure as follows:
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7 Only once the cycle is complete press the side buttons and
remove the Cappuccinatore.
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8 Place the cover back on the machine (Fig.08, page 3).
12 Remove the valve from the Cappuccinatore.
Important Note: It is advisable to remove the Cappuccinatore from the machine when not being
used, in order to keep it clean.
9 Remove the suction tube from the Cappuccinatore.
13 Remove the suction tube joint from the Cappuccinatore.
10 Remove the ring from the Cappuccinatore.
14 Wash the parts under running water.
Make sure any possible milk deposits/residues are removed.
11 Turn and lift the Cappuccinatore cover and remove it from the
Cappuccinatore body.
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15 After washing, reassemble the parts following the same procedure used for disassembly, but in reverse order.
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6
MACHINE WARNINGS
This chapter describes all the warning messages that the machine provides to the user, and the actions that can and/or
must be performed by the user.
Help Message Displayed
CLOSE
SIDE DOOR
How to Reset the Message
To restore the machine operation, close the service door.
Place the drip tray in its seat (Ref.13 - Page 2).
INSERT DRIP TRAY
Place the coffee grounds drawer in its seat (Ref.14 - Page 2).
INSERT COFFEE
GROUNDS DRAWER
Place the group housing drawer in its seat (Ref.26 - Page 2).
INSERT GROUP
COMPARTMENT DRAWER
CLOSE
HOPPER DOOR
Close or correctly place the coffee bean hopper inner lid to be able to prepare any
product.
Remove the tank and fill it with fresh drinking water.
REFILL
WATER TANK
Insert the Brew Group into its seat.
INSERT BREW GROUP
INSERT
CAPPUCCINATORE
INSERT VALVE INTO
CAPPUCCINATORE
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The selected operation requires milk dispensing. Insert the Cappuccinatore in the
machine as specified in the manual.
The selected operation requires milk dispensing. Insert the previously removed
valve in the Cappuccinatore as described in the manual (see step 12 - section 5.4).
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Help Message Displayed
How to Reset the Message
Fill the coffee bean hopper with coffee beans.
ADD COFFEE
The machine requests a descaling cycle.
When this message is displayed, it is still possible to use the machine, but its correct
operation might be affected.
Damages caused by failure to descale the machine are not covered by warranty.
The machine requests the "Intenza" water filter to be replaced with a new one.
Contact the Service Provider.
The machine reminds that after a few cycles it will be necessary to empty the coffee
grounds drawer (see section 3.7).
This message does not prevent the machine from brewing some more products.
EMPTY COFFEE
GROUNDS DRAWER
Remove the coffee grounds drawer and empty the coffee grounds into a suitable
container.
Note: The coffee grounds drawer must be emptied only when required by
the machine and with the machine turned on and/or in stand-by mode. If
the drawer is emptied with the machine turned off, the machine will not
record the emptying operation.
Blinking red light. Machine in Stand-by.
The Stand-by settings can be changed (contact the Service Provider).
Press the "
RESTART TO SOLVE
DESCALING
DESCALING
NEEDED.
DESCALE?
NO
YES
" button (25).
An event has occurred which needs the machine to be restarted. Take note of the
code (E xx) shown at the bottom.
Turn off the machine, wait for 30 seconds and then turn it on again. If the problem
persists, contact the service centre.
If this page is displayed after starting the machine, this means that the descaling
cycle is needed.
Contact the Service Provider.
We remind you that damages caused by failure to descale the machine
are not covered by warranty.
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7
HANDLING AND
STORAGE
All the operations described in chapter 7 must
be performed exclusively by the service provider or a specialised technician, who shall organise all operating sequences and employ suitable means
to ensure strict compliance with the safety regulations
in force.
8.1
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7.1
Handling
During handling and transportation, the machine must be kept
in vertical position, according to the instructions printed on the
packaging. Care should be taken during lifting and positioning.
Do not shake the machine.
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Make sure that no one is standing in the area during lifting and handling of the load. In difficult
conditions assign suitable personnel to monitor all movements.
7.2
Storage
The machine should be stored in accordance with the following
conditions:
- Minimum temperature: above 4°C;
- Maximum temperature: below 40°C;
- Maximum humidity: below 95%.
The machine is packed in cardboard and expanded polystyrene
packaging.
Warning! Due to the total weight of the packaged
product, machines may not be stacked higher than
three units. The machine should be stored in its original
packaging, in a place FREE from humidity and/or dust.
8
INSTALLATION
All the operations described in chapter 8 must
be performed exclusively by the service provider or a specialised technician, who shall organise all operating sequences and employ suitable means
to ensure strict compliance with the safety regulations
in force.
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Safety Regulations
Read the entire instruction manual carefully.
The machine must be connected to the mains according to
the safety regulations in force in the country where the machine is used.
Connection to the drinking water network (for water network
machines) should be made in compliance with the safety
regulations in force in the country where the machine is to be
used.
The socket to which the machine is connected must be:
- Compatible with the type of plug installed on the machine;
- Suitably sized to comply with the data on the plate attached to the bottom of the appliance;
- Connected to an efficient earthing system.
The power cord must not:
- Come into contact with any type of liquid: danger of electric shocks and/or fire;
- Be crushed and/or come into contact with sharp surfaces;
- Be used to move the machine;
- Be used if damaged;
- Be handled with damp or wet hands;
- Be wound in a coil when the machine is in use;
- Be tampered with.
If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer or his service centre, or in any case by a person
with a similar qualification.
It is forbidden to:
- Install the machine other than as described in Chap. 8 or
outdoors.
- Install the machine in a location where water jets may be
used.
- Disable the safety measures installed by the manufacturer.
- Use the machine outdoors, next to flammable and/or explosive materials.
- Leave plastic bags, polystyrene, nails, etc, within the reach
of children, as they are potential hazards.
- Allow children to play near the machine.
- Use spare parts other than those recommended by the
manufacturer.
- Make any technical modifications to the machine.
- Immerse the machine in any kind of liquid.
- Wash the machine using a jet of water.
- Use the machine in any manner other than as described in
this manual.
- Install the machine on top of other appliances.
- Use the machine in explosive or harsh environments, or
with high concentrations of dust or oily substances suspended in the air.
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- Use the machine in an environment in which a risk of fire
exists.
- Use the machine to dispense products other than those it
is designed for.
• Before cleaning the machine, ensure the plug is disconnected
from the power socket; do not wash it with fuel and/or solvents of any kind.
• Do not place the machine near heating equipment (such as
stoves or radiators).
• In case of fire, use carbon dioxide (CO2) extinguishers. Do not
use water or dry powder extinguishers.
8.2
Lubricating oil to lubricate the Brew Group at periodic intervals
(see section 10.6).
Stop Functions
The machine can be stopped by means of the power button.
8.3
Power cord to connect the machine to the mains.
List of Accessories Supplied
Door safety cut-out key: it allows
the door safety (6-Page 2) to be cut out
in order to perform the coffee grinder
adjustment. (see section 8.16).
Manual: Instructions on how to use the machine.
Water hardness test: Quick test to determine the actual hardness of the water used to prepare beverages; this test is of fundamental importance to set the water hardness in the machine.
With this key the machine can be used also with
the door open, so your hands may come into
contact with the brew group while in motion: Danger of
crushing. This key must be used only by specialist technical personnel or by the service provider. Using it for any
other purpose is forbidden.
Descaling solution to remove limescale building up in the water circuit due to normal use.
Access key to the water tank and service compartment
door: This prevents access to the water tank and brew group by
unauthorised personnel.
"Intenza+" water filter to remove any unpleasant flavours in
water and reduce water hardness. This will improve machine use.
Cleaning brush to remove the coffee grounds from the service
compartment.
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8.4
Assembly-Siting
The machine must not be installed outdoors or in
environments in which jets of water or steam are
used.
The presence of magnetic fields or proximity to
electrical machines which generate disturbances
could cause the electronic controls of the machine to
malfunction. At temperatures close to 0°C, internal parts
containing water are at risk of freezing. Do not use the
machine under these conditions.
To ensure correct and efficient performance of the appliance,
comply with the following recommendations:
• Room temperature: 10°C ÷ 40°C;
• Maximum humidity: 90%;
• The site should be suitably prepared for the installation of the
machine;
• The surface on which the machine is installed should be level,
solid and stable, with a gradient of max 2°;
• The location should be adequately lit, ventilated and clean,
and the power socket should be easily accessible.
Access to the machine and the plug should be kept
clear at all times, in order to allow users to easily
reach them and to leave the area immediately if required.
The following illustration shows the required access distances:
• To the keypad on the front of the appliance
• To the service units in the event of malfunction.
The machine consists of 2 parts packed in 2 different packages and which should be assembled as
described in section 8.6.
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After placing the packing container near the installation site, proceed as follows:
• Ensure that the container has not been tampered with during
transport and that the original packaging is intact and closed;
• Open the container;
• Check the condition and model of the machine;
• Check the contents of the accessories bag enclosed with the
machine (see "8.3 List of Accessories Supplied");
• Remove the machine from its original packaging;
• Remove any remaining packaging from the machine;
• Lift the machine and place it in the designated area.
8.5
Disposal of Packaging
After opening the package, it is recommended that the packaging
materials are separated according to type and disposed of in accordance with the regulations in force in the country of use.
We recommend keeping the container for future
transfers or transportation.
8.6
Installing the Container Base
The containers have to be installed at the base of the machine
before starting to use the appliance.
1 Remove the drip tray and the group compartment drawer to
be able to install the containers.
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Remember that the components must be correctly aligned: Check them.
2 Open the service door with the supplied key.
After installing the containers, refit the components and close the
door. Install the group compartment drawer and the drip tray.
8.7
Opening the Upper Lid
The upper lid should be removed in order to fill the containers.
The lid is a safety device which allows access only to authorised
personnel.
3 Remove the Brew Group: Pull it by the handle and press the
«PRESS» button.
1 Unlock the lid with the special key supplied and remove it.
2 After unlocking the lid, lift and remove it.
4 Lift the rear side of the inner drawer and unlock the drawer.
5 Fix the base with the drawers by using the supplied screws.
Now the water tank and the coffee bean hopper can be filled.
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8.8
Filling the Water Tank
Before switching on the machine, the water tank should be filled
with fresh drinking water.
Warning! Before using the machine for the first
time, wash the water tank carefully.
The tank should be filled only with fresh drinking water,
as hot water, carbonated water or other liquids will damage the machine.
1 Remove the safety lid as described in section 8.7.
2 Remove the lid.
5 Insert the water tank back into its seat and refit the lid.
8.9
Filling the Coffee Bean Hopper
Before switching on the machine, check that the hopper contains
a sufficient quantity of coffee beans.
Warning! Only coffee beans must be put into the
coffee bean hopper. Ground coffee, instant coffee
or any other object may damage the machine.
1 Remove the coffee bean hopper lid.
3 Remove the tank - lift it using the inside handles.
Note: The hopper may feature a different safety
system according to the regulations applicable in
the country of use of the machine.
4 Rinse and fill it with fresh water, making sure that the (MAX)
level indicated in the tank is not exceeded.
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2 Slowly pour the coffee beans into the hopper.
8.11 Electrical Connection
This operation must only be performed by specialist technical personnel or by the service provider.
If the water tank is not inserted, check that no coffee beans fall into the tank compartment. If this
happens, remove them to avoid any malfunctions.
The machine is designed to work with single-phase voltage
matching the rating indicated on the identification plate (section
1.4 "Machine Identification").
Before plugging in the machine, make sure that the power button
is switched to "0".
The Service Provider makes and is responsible for the electrical
connection of the machine.
The machine should be connected to the mains using the plug
installed on the power cord, in accordance with:
• The Laws and Regulations in force at the place and time of
installation;
• The information shown on the technical specifications plate
on the side of the machine.
3 Refit the coffee bean hopper lid.
8.10 Closing the Upper Lid
After refilling and during normal operation the upper safety lid
must always be fitted and locked using the special key, in order to
prevent access to unauthorised people.
1 In order to lock the upper lid (1), place and close it using the
special supplied key.
Warning: The electric socket which the appliance
is connected to must be easily accessible by the
user, in order to allow it to be easily disconnected from
the mains when necessary.
It is forbidden to:
• Use extensions of any kind.
• Replace the original plug.
• Use adapters.
8.12 Setting the Language (Upon First Use)
At first start up, the machine requires you to select and store the
desired language for the display of messages. This allows you to
adjust the parameters of the beverages to the typical parameters
of the country where the machine is used.
LANGUAGE
ITALIANO
ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
FRANÇAIS
1 Select the language by pressing the "
(20) button.
2 Press the "
" (24) or "
"
" button (18) to store the language.
3 The machine starts the system warm-up.
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Note: Upon first use, once the warm-up is complete the machine primes the circuit and performs
a rinse cycle of the internal circuits. During this process, a
small amount of water is dispensed. Wait for this cycle to
be completed.
8.13 First Use - Use After a Long Period
of Inactivity
For a perfect Espresso: Rinse the coffee circuit if using the
machine for the first time or after a long period of inactivity.
These simple operations allow you to always brew excellent coffee. They have to be performed:
A) At first start-up;
B) When the machine remains inactive for a long time (more
than 2 weeks).
8.14 Measuring and Adjusting Water Hardness
Measuring water hardness is very important in order to correctly
manage the "INTENZA+" filter and the frequency with which the
machine must be descaled.
1 Immerse the water hardness test strip - provided with the
machine - in water for 1 second.
Note: The test strip is only valid for one measurement.
2 Check how many squares change colour and refer to the table.
1 Empty the water tank, wash and rinse it and fill it with fresh
water (see section 8.8).
Hardness 4
2 Place a large container under the dispensing spout (Fig.05,
page 3).
Hardness 3
Hardness 2
3 Press the "
"button to start the brewing procedure.
Hardness 1
4 The machine will brew coffee through the dispensing spout
(10, page 2). Wait until the procedure is complete and empty the
container.
5 Repeat the operations from step 2 to step 4 for 3 times, then
continue with step 6.
6 Place a container under the hot water wand (Fig.07,
page 3).
7 Press the "
" button (22) to start dispensing HOT WATER.
8 When the hot water dispensing procedure is complete,
empty the container.
3 The numbers correspond to the settings indicated in the following machine adjustments.
HARDNESS 4 (hard)
HARDNESS 3 (medium)
HARDNESS 2 (soft)
HARDNESS 1 (very soft)
4 Enter the programming mode as described in section 9.1.
MENU
CREDITS MENU
BEVERAGE MENU
MACHINE MENU
The machine is now ready for use.
5 To select the "MACHINE MENU" option, press the "
button (24).
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MENU
CREDITS MENU
BEVERAGE MENU
MACHINE MENU
6 Press the "
" button (18) for access.
MACHINE MENU
GENERAL MENU
DISPLAY MENU
WATER MENU
MAINTENANCE
" button (24) until the "WATER MENU" op7 Press the "
tion can be selected.
MACHINE MENU
GENERAL MENU
DISPLAY MENU
WATER MENU
MAINTENANCE
8 Press the "
" button (18) for access.
WATER MENU
HARDNESS
WATER NET
ENABLE FILTER
ACTIVATE FILTER
9 Press the "
" button (18) to enter the "HARDNESS" menu.
Note: The machine is supplied with standard adjustments, suitable for most of the uses.
8.15 "INTENZA+" Water Filter
Water is a key element for a good espresso coffee, and should therefore always be filtered in a professional manner. That is why all
Saeco machines are equipped with the INTENZA+ filter. This filter
is easy to use and its sophisticated technology is effective in preventing limescale build-up. This way, water will always be perfect
and will give a much more intense aroma to your espresso coffee.
The “INTENZA+” water filter can be installed only
if the machine is NOT connected to the water network.
The descaling filter should be replaced whenever
indicated by the machine. Before descaling, remove the anti-scale filter from the water tank.
Measuring water hardness is very important in
order to correctly manage the "INTENZA+" water
filter and the frequency with which the machine must be
descaled.
1 Remove the "INTENZA+" water filter from its package. The
filter should be set according to the measurements performed to
set water hardness.
Use the water hardness test strip provided with the machine. Set
the "Intenza Aroma System" as specified on the filter package
(see section 8.14).
HARDNESS
1
2
3
4
10 Press:
The "
or
the "
" button (24) to increase the value
" button (20) to decrease the value.
11 Press the "
" button (18) to confirm the selected change.
After adjusting water hardness install the filter (Intenza+), as
described in the following section. Then, exit the programming
page as described in section 9.2.
A=
B=
C=
Soft water
Hard water (standard)
Very hard water
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2 Immerse the "INTENZA+" water filter vertically in cold water
(with its opening positioned upwards) and delicately press its
sides so as to let the air bubbles out.
9 Press the "
" button (18) for access.
ACTIVATE FILTER
ACTIVATE FILTER?
NO
YES
Note: To exit the procedure, press the "
ton (23).
10 Press the "
" but-
" button (18) to continue.
ACTIVATE FILTER
INSERT FILTER.
FILL THE TANK
3 Enter the programming mode as described in section 9.1.
11 Remove the tank from the machine and empty it. Remove
the small white filter from the tank and store it in a dry place
sheltered from dust.
MENU
CREDITS MENU
BEVERAGE MENU
MACHINE MENU
4 To select the "MACHINE MENU" option, press the "
button (24).
"
MENU
CREDITS MENU
BEVERAGE MENU
MACHINE MENU
5 Press the "
" button (18) for access.
MACHINE MENU
GENERAL MENU
DISPLAY MENU
WATER MENU
MAINTENANCE
12 Put the filter into the empty tank. Press it until its limit stop.
" button (24) until the "WATER MENU" op6 Press the "
tion can be selected.
MACHINE MENU
GENERAL MENU
DISPLAY MENU
WATER MENU
MAINTENANCE
7 Press the "
" button (18) for access.
" button (24) until the "ACTIVATE FILTER" op8 Press the "
tion can be selected.
WATER MENU
HARDNESS
WATER NET
ENABLE FILTER
ACTIVATE FILTER
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13 Fill the tank with fresh drinking water and reinsert it into the
machine.
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14 Press the "
the new filter.
" button (18) to confirm the introduction of
ACTIVATE FILTER
The machine allows the coffee grinder to be slightly adjusted in
order to adapt it to the kind of coffee used. For any adjustments,
use the lever placed on the inner side of the machine service compartment.
EMPTY DRIP TRAY
1 With the machine turned on, open the service compartment
door by using the appropriate key.
15 Remove and empty the drip tray (13-page 2). When the drip
" button
tray is empty, refit it in the machine and press the "
(18) to confirm that the procedure is completed.
2 Disable the safety microswitch by inserting the key as shown
in the figure.
ACTIVATE FILTER
PLACE A CONTAINER
UNDER THE
WATER SPOUT
16 Place a large container under the hot water wand (Fig.07,
page 3).
17 Press the "
" button (18) to confirm.
Wait until the machine stops dispensing the necessary water to
activate the filter.
ACTIVATE FILTER
Warning! Disabling the safety microswitch entails
a danger for the operator to come into contact
with the moving parts of the appliance. Enable the safety
device again right after completing the adjustment.
3 Turn the lever by only one notch at a time during the grinding
phase. Brew 2-3 cups of coffee to verify changes in grind.
At the end of the cycle, remove the container that you had previously placed under the hot water wand.
Note: At the end of the procedure, the display automatically returns to the product brewing page.
If the water filter is not available, insert the small white
filter previously removed (see step 11) into the tank.
1
2
8.16 Adjusting the Coffee Grinder
Warning! Do not pour ground and/or instant coffee into the coffee bean hopper. Do not put any
material other than coffee beans into the hopper. The
coffee grinder contains moving parts that may be dangerous. Therefore, do not insert fingers and/or other objects.
Turn off the machine by pressing the ON/OFF button and
remove the plug from the socket before carrying out any
type of operation inside the coffee bean hopper.
The reference marks indicate the grind setting. You can set different degrees of grind with the following references:
1 - Fine Grind
2 - Coarse Grind
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8.17 Adjusting the "Aroma" Amount of Ground Coffee
8.18 Adjusting Brewed Products
The machine allows you to program the amount of coffee to be
ground for preparing each cup of coffee.
Warning! The Aroma adjustment lever must only
be turned when the coffee grinder is stopped. Adjustment must be performed before brewing coffee.
For any adjustments, use the lever placed on the inner side of the
machine service compartment.
1 Open the service compartment door with the appropriate
key.
The machine allows you to adjust the product length according to
your needs and to the cup features.
The product length in the cup can be set with two methods:
1 Numeric method
2 Visual method
Numeric Method
To set the length with this method, enter the "BEVERAGE
MENU" and program each available beverage from the keypad.
This system requires the user to carry out a subsequent check of
the actual quantity of product brewed in the cup.
The procedure for programming a cappuccino, with detailed operational sequences, is explained as an example.
1 Enter the programming mode as described in section 9.1.
MENU
CREDITS MENU
BEVERAGE MENU
MACHINE MENU
The reference marks indicate the amount of ground coffee which
has been set. You can set different amounts with the following
references:
2 To select the "BEVERAGE MENU" option, press the "
button (24).
MENU
CREDITS MENU
BEVERAGE MENU
MACHINE MENU
3
4
3 Press the "
" button (18) for access.
BEVERAGE MENU
ESPRESSO
COFFEE
CAPPUCCINO
LATTE MACCHIATO
3 - Minimum coffee amount (about 7 grams)
4 - Maximum coffee amount (about 11 grams)
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4 To select the "CAPPUCCINO" option, press the "
ton (24).
" but-
11 Press the "
menu.
CAPPUCCINO
BEVERAGE MENU
ESPRESSO
COFFEE
CAPPUCCINO
LATTE MACCHIATO
5 Press the "
" button (18) for access.
" button (24) to select the "COFFEE LENGTH"
PREBREWING
COFFEE TEMPERATURE
COFFEE LENGTH
MILK QUANTITY
12 Press the "
" button (18) for access.
COFFEE LENGTH
CAPPUCCINO
PREBREWING
COFFEE TEMPERATURE
COFFEE LENGTH
MILK QUANTITY
6 Press the "
menu.
" button (18) to access the "PREBREWING"
185
" or (20) "
" button to select the de13 Press the (24) "
sired value and then let the bar advance; the number on the side
identifies the bar value (in pulses).
PREBREWING
OFF
LOW
HIGH
" (24) or "
" (20) button to select the de7 Press the "
" button (18) to confirm and exit.
sired value. Then press the "
8 Press the "
PERATURE" menu.
Then press the "
" button (18) to confirm and exit.
14 Press the "
menu.
" button (24) to select the "MILK QUANTITY"
CAPPUCCINO
COFFEE TEMPERATURE
COFFEE LENGTH
MILK QUANTITY
DEFAULT
" button (24) to select the "COFFEE TEM-
CAPPUCCINO
PREBREWING
COFFEE TEMPERATURE
COFFEE LENGTH
MILK QUANTITY
9 Press the "
15 Press the "
" button (18) for access.
MILK QUANTITY
18
" button (18) for access.
COFFEE TEMPERATURE
LOW
NORMAL
HIGH
" (24) or "
" (20) button to select the de10 Press the "
sired value. Then press the "
" button (18) to confirm and exit.
" or (20) "
" button to select the de16 Press the (24) "
sired value and then let the bar advance; the number on the side
identifies the bar value (in seconds).
Then press the "
" button (18) to confirm and exit.
When this phase is completed, the beverage is programmed. We
recommend performing a visual check of the result. To restore the
factory settings of a single beverage, proceed as follows.
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Note: The factory settings can be restored for
each single beverage and the restored settings
will be applied only to that specific beverage. To restore
the other beverages' settings, enter the menu and restore
the settings.
17 Press the "
MENU
CREDITS MENU
BEVERAGE MENU
MACHINE MENU
3 Press the "
" button (18) for access.
" button (24) to select the "DEFAULT" menu.
MACHINE MENU
GENERAL MENU
DISPLAY MENU
WATER MENU
MAINTENANCE
CAPPUCCINO
COFFEE LENGTH
MILK QUANTITY
DEFAULT
4 Press the "
18 Press the "
GENERAL MENU
ECOMODE
STAND-BY SETTINGS
SELF LEARNING
SET PASSWORD
" button (18) for access.
DEFAULT
RESTORE
FACTORY DATA?
NO
"
5 To select the "SELF LEARNING" option, press the "
ton (24). Press the "
" button (18) for access.
YES
" button (18) to confirm.
The beverage factory settings have been restored. Press the "
button (23) once or more times to exit.
"
This method allows the product length to be set by the service
provider via keypad in visual mode, i.e. the product quantity is
adjusted while being brewed. This function is disabled by default,
but it can be activated in order top perform a quicker setting procedure.
MENU
CREDITS MENU
BEVERAGE MENU
MACHINE MENU
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" button (24).
" button (23) to exit the programming mode.
When the function is active, press the button of the beverage that
you wish to set and stop the brewing process when desired, as
shown on the display. The procedure for programming a cappuccino is explained as an example. Before carrying out the programming procedure, prepare the machine as described in section 3.8.
7 Place a cup under the dispensing spout (Fig.12, page 3).
" button (20) until the "MEMO"
8 Press and hold the "
message is displayed, then remove your finger. The machine is
now programming.
1 Enter the programming mode as described in section 9.1.
2 To select the "MACHINE MENU" option, press the "
button (24).
6 To select the "ON" option, press the "
Press the "
" button (18) to confirm.
Press the "
Visual Method
" but-
SELF LEARNING
OFF
ON
Note: The restoring operation deletes the stored
data definitely. To quit the procedure press the
" (23) button.
19 Press the "
" button (18) to enter the "GENERAL MENU".
MEMO
"
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9 The machine starts the milk dispensing phase. The "STOP
MILK" message is displayed.
MEMO
ESC
STOP MILK
At this stage, press the "
" button (23) when the desired
amount of milk in the cup is reached.
10 Immediately after that, the machine starts the coffee brewing phase. The "STOP COFFEE" message is displayed.
MEMO
ESC
STOP COFFEE
9
MACHINE PROGRAMMING
All the operations described in chapter 9 must
be performed exclusively by the service provider or a specialised technician, who shall organise all operating sequences and employ suitable means
to ensure strict compliance with the safety regulations
in force.
The specialist technician or the service provider can change some
of the machine operating parameters to suit the needs of the users.
9.1
Accessing the Programming Mode
Proceed as follows to access the programming page.
1 Turn off the machine using the power button.
At this stage, press the "
" button (23) when the desired
amount of coffee in the cup is reached.
Now the "
" button (20) has been programmed. Whenever
the button is pressed and released, the machine will brew the
same amount that has just been set.
Note: The length of all the products, except
“AMERICAN COFFEE” and “STEAM”, can be programmed with this procedure.
When the programming procedure is completed, enter the programming mode and reset the "SELF LEARNING" parameter to
"OFF", in order to prevent other users from accidentally changing
the quantities.
2 Turn on the machine using the power button and...
while the machine checks the functions, press the buttons in the
following sequence.
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9.2
1
3
2
4
If the sequence was correct, the programming menu opens.
MENU
CREDITS MENU
BEVERAGE MENU
MACHINE MENU
Sections 9.3, 9.4 and 9.5 list all the functions available in these
menus.
Note: The above mentioned procedure can be used
to access the programming menu also when the
machine is cold and has not reached the operating temperature. To execute certain programs (e.g. DESCALING)
the machine will manage the procedure automatically
and heat up according to the manufacturer's settings.
Note: After 3 minutes of inactivity the machine
exits the programming mode and returns to the
standard operating mode.
The menus should be PASSWORD-protected.
If the PASSWORD is set on the default value (0000),
it will not be requested. It should be changed upon
1st use to prevent unauthorised access. After this change,
it should be entered again at each access, every time the
display shows:
INSERT PASSWORD
0 0 0 0
Refer to section 9.6 on how to set the PASSWORD.
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Programming Controls
When the machine menus are accessed, the buttons on the keypad take on new functions.
"
" "page up/change" button (20)
This button allows you to:
1 Browse the pages within a menu;
2 Change the parameters when they are made editable using
the "OK" button.
"
" "page down/change" button (24)
This button allows you to:
1 Browse the pages within a menu;
2 Change the parameters when they are made editable using
the "OK" button.
" (OK) button (18)
"
This button allows you to:
1 Select the function displayed;
2 Confirm the parameter/value when it is made editable.
"
" "ESC" button (23)
This button allows you to exit without changing the parameter
edited or selected.
Note: Press it repeatedly to exit the programming page.
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9.3
Credits Menu
This menu allows you to manage the machine credits to avoid undesired product brewing. Credit management is not active for hot
water, hot milk and steam dispensing.
CREDITS MENU
To manage machine operation with credits.
ADD CREDITS
This function allows you to add credits to the machine.
RESET CREDITS
This function allows you to reset all the credits in the machine.
This function allows the credits to be displayed in the main page.
Note: Regardless of the parameter chosen, the “CREDIT CONTROL”
function must be enabled, otherwise the credits are not displayed
by the machine.
SHOW CREDITS
OFF
To deactivate credits display.
Note: The credit number is always displayed when the
minimum level of 30 credits is reached, in order for the
user to contact the service provider.
ON
To activate credits display.
This function activates the credit control.
CREDIT CONTROL
OFF
This function deactivates the credit control operation.
ON
This function activates the operation mode with credit control.
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9.4
Beverage Menu
BEVERAGE MENU
To manage beverage dispensing.
To manage espresso coffee brewing parameters.
ESPRESSO
To manage coffee brewing parameters.
COFFEE
CAPPUCCINO
To manage cappuccino brewing parameters.
LATTE MACCHIATO
To manage latte macchiato dispensing parameters.
HOT WATER
To manage hot water dispensing parameters.
SPECIAL BEVERAGES
To access special beverages management.
LONG COFFEE
To manage long coffee brewing parameters.
HOT MILK
To manage hot milk dispensing parameters.
AMERICAN COFFEE
To manage American coffee brewing parameters.
STEAM
To enable/disable the steam function in the machine.
OFF
To disable the steam function (it is not displayed in the
list of "Special" products, see section 3.11).
ON
To enable the steam function (it is displayed in the list
of "Special" products, see section 3.11).
To access single beverage counters management.
COUNTERS
ESPRESSO
COFFEE
LONG COFFEE
AMERICAN COFFEE
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No. of espresso coffee cups brewed from the last RESET.
No. of coffee cups brewed from the last RESET.
No. of long coffee cups brewed from the last RESET.
No. of American coffee cups brewed from the last RESET.
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COUNTERS
HOT WATER
No. of hot water cups dispensed from the last RESET.
CAPPUCCINO
No. of cappuccino cups brewed from the last RESET.
LATTE MACCHIATO
No. of latte macchiato cups dispensed from the last RESET.
HOT MILK
No. of hot milk cups dispensed from the last RESET.
COUNTERS RESET
To reset all the counters of the brewed beverages.
Beverage Parameters
Changeable parameters are described in this section.
Note: Not all parameters are always available for each
programmable option.
PREBREWING
Prebrewing: Coffee is slightly dampened before brewing so as to
bring out its full aroma and let it acquire an excellent taste.
OFF: prebrewing is not performed.
LOW: activated.
HIGH: longer in order to bring out the coffee taste.
MILK QUANTITY
This section allows you to program the amount of milk for each
selected beverage. The bar allows you to set the exact amount of
milk to be dispensed (the value is measured in seconds).
These settings are valid only for programming the dispensing of milk-based beverages.
COFFEE TEMPERATURE
This section allows you to program the temperature for the coffee
brewing.
LOW: low temperature.
NORMAL: standard temperature.
HIGH: high temperature.
COFFEE LENGTH
This section allows you to program the amount of coffee to be
brewed for each selected beverage. The bar allows you to set the
exact amount of coffee to be brewed (the value is measured in
turbine pulses).
WATER QUANTITY
This section allows you to set the amount of water to be dispensed when pressing the corresponding button. The bar allows
you to set the exact amount of water to be dispensed (the value
is measured in turbine pulses).
These settings are valid only for programming hot water
dispensing.
DEFAULT
The original standard values assigned by the manufacturer to
each beverage can be reset also according to the selected language. After selecting this function, the customised beverage
settings are deleted.
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9.5
Machine Menu
This menu allows the general operation and maintenance parameters of the machine to be managed.
To change the machine operating settings.
GENERAL MENU
This function activates/deactivates the acoustic alarms.
TONE
OFF
To deactivate the acoustic alarms.
ON
To activate the acoustic alarms
This function allows the machine boilers to be activated in order to save
energy.
The function is set by default to «ON».
ECOMODE
OFF
This function activates all the boilers at every machine start-up, to
be immediately able to prepare all kinds of beverages. The power
consumption is higher this way, because the machine is always
ready for use.
ON
This way, only the coffee boiler is activated at machine start-up.
The machine saves energy but needs longer time to dispense
milk-based beverages.
STAND-BY SETTINGS
To set the time interval for the machine to go into stand-by mode after the
last brewing.
The default time value is «after 30 minutes».
15 MINUTES
30 MINUTES
60 MINUTES
180 MINUTES
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Once the set time has elapsed, the machine goes into stand-by
mode.
Press any button to turn the machine on again. After performing
the function diagnostics and the warm-up phase, the machine is
again ready for use.
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GENERAL MENU
To activate the beverage length self learning function.
SELF LEARNING
OFF
When set this way, self learning is not active.
ON
When set this way, self learning is active. Hold a button pressed
for 3 seconds to start the automatic cup length learning cycle.
To set the access PASSWORD for machine programming.
Note: If the PASSWORD is set to (0000), it will not be requested
upon access.
If the PASSWORD is forgotten, a restoring procedure must be started. Contact the Customer Service to do that.
SET PASSWORD
DISPLAY MENU
With this menu, the menu language and the display brightness and contrast can be set.
This setting is of fundamental importance for correctly adjusting the parameters of the machine according to the country where the machine is
used.
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
The currently selected language is displayed. The language can
be changed with the special controls.
BRIGHTNESS
To set the correct display brightness according to room illumination.
CONTRAST
To set the correct display contrast according to the room illumination.
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WATER MENU
This menu allows the correct water parameters for coffee brewing to be set.
To change the machine water hardness setting.
With the "Hardness" function you can adjust your machine to the level of
hardness of the water you use, so that the machine will request descaling
at the right moment.
Measure water hardness as shown in section 8.14.
HARDNESS
To activate the function that enables machine operation with the water
network (only for models designed accordingly).
WATER NET
OFF
With this setting, the machine will work only if the tank is installed.
ON
With this setting, the machine will work using water from the
water network.
Note: Use this function with utmost care, as a wrong setting may cause malfunctions.
The "ON" option must only be activated if the "WATER NET" kit is installed and connected properly.
Using it under any other conditions will result in a machine failure.
When the “ON” option is selected the “ENABLE FILTER” and “ACTIVATE FILTER” functions will be hidden and
will not be available for selection.
ENABLE FILTER
These functions are visible only if
the “WATER NET” function is set to
OFF.
ACTIVATE FILTER
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To activate/deactivate the warning indicating that the water filter should
be replaced. By activating this function, the machine notifies the user when
the water filter needs to be replaced.
OFF: Warning disabled.
ON: Warning enabled (this value is automatically set when the filter is activated).
To activate the filter after its installation or replacement. Refer to section
8.15 to correctly install and/or replace the filter.
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MAINTENANCE
This menu allows all the functions for correct machine maintenance to be set.
This function allows you to perform the Brew Group wash cycle (see section 10.5).
BREW GROUP CLEAN
DESCALING
This function activates and starts the descaling cycle (see section 10.7).
START DESCALE
This function starts the descaling cycle as described in the relevant section.
DESCALE WARNING
This function activates the display warning message indicating
that the machine needs to be descaled.
OFF
The warning message is not active.
ON
The warning message is active. The message is
displayed when the machine needs to be descaled.
This function is used to manage the cleaning cycle for the Cappuccinatore
used to prepare milk-based beverages (see section 10.3).
Note: This cleaning cycle is fundamental for correct maintenance
and operation of the Cappuccinatore.
CAPPUCCINATORE CLEANING
FACTORY SETTINGS
START CLEANING
This function starts the Cappuccinatore cleaning cycle as described in the relevant section.
WARNING CLEANING
This function activates the display warning message indicating
that the machine needs a Cappuccinatore cleaning cycle.
OFF
The warning message is not active.
ON
The warning message is active. The message is displayed when the machine needs a Cappuccinatore
cleaning cycle.
This function allows all factory settings to be restored.
Note: This section allows the factory settings of the machine menu personal
settings to be restored.
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9.6
Setting the PASSWORD
The PASSWORD must be set by the service provider in order to
prevent access by unauthorised personnel who could change the
machine settings and cause malfunctions.
To set the PASSWORD, proceed as follows:
9 Carry out the procedures described in steps (7) and (8) to set
the chosen numbers.
Here an example that explains the procedure.
SET PASSWORD
5 1 8 3
1 Enter the programming mode as described in section 9.1.
MENU
When the "
" button (18) is pressed on the last number, the
machine stores the code and displays the following page.
CREDITS MENU
BEVERAGE MENU
MACHINE MENU
2 To select the "MACHINE MENU" option, press the "
button (24).
"
MENU
CREDITS MENU
BEVERAGE MENU
MACHINE MENU
3 Press the "
" button (18) for access.
MACHINE MENU
GENERAL MENU
DISPLAY MENU
WATER MENU
MAINTENANCE
4 Press the "
" button (18) to enter the "GENERAL MENU".
GENERAL MENU
STAND-BY SETTINGS
SELF LEARNING
SET PASSWORD
" button (24) to select the "SET PASSWORD"
5 Press the "
option. Press the "
" button (18) for access.
SET PASSWORD
0 0 0 0
6 Now the PASSWORD can be set.
7 Press the "
sired number.
" (24) or "
" (20) button to set the de-
" button (18) to confirm the highlighted
8 Press the "
number and go to the following one.
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GENERAL MENU
STAND-BY SETTINGS
SELF LEARNING
SET PASSWORD
Press the "
" button (23) repeatedly to exit the page. From
now on the PASSWORD will always be required to access the
menus.
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10 CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
All the operations described in chapter 10 must
be performed exclusively by the service provider
or a specialised technician, who shall organise
all operating sequences and employ suitable means to ensure strict compliance with the safety regulations in force.
For improved efficiency, it is advisable to carry out the cleaning
and maintenance operations indicated in the following table.
Whenever
indicated
Clean all the Cappuccinatore parts thoroughly every month by using the Saeco detergent.
The Saeco detergent may be purchased at your local dealer or at
authorised service centres.
The lack of cleaning before and after each use can affect the correct operation of the machine.
10.1 Cleaning Intervals
Operation to be
carried out
10.3 Thorough Cleaning of the Cappuccinatore
Every
week
Every
month
or
500
brewing
procedures
Emptying and cleaning
the coffee grounds
drawer.
Thorough cleaning
of the Cappuccinatore
Water tank cleaning
Danger of burns! Dispensing may be preceded by
small jets of hot water.
1 Ensure that the Cappuccinatore is correctly placed (Fig.0910, page 3).
2 Enter the programming mode as described in section 9.1.
" button (24) and select the "MACHINE
3 Press the "
MENU" option; press the "
" button (18) to enter the menu.
" button (24) and select the "MAINTENANCE"
4 Press the "
option; press the "
" button (18) to enter the menu.
MACHINE MENU
DISPLAY MENU
WATER MENU
MAINTENANCE
FACTORY SETTINGS
Brew group cleaning
Brew
group lubrication
Coffee bean hopper
cleaning
Descaling
" button (24) until the "CAPPUCCINATORE
5 Press the "
CLEANING" option can be selected.
MAINTENANCE
BREW GROUP CLEAN
DESCALING
CAPPUCCINATORE CLEANING
10.2 Cleaning the Water Tank
The water tank should be cleaned every time it is filled.
Press the "
" button (18) to confirm.
CAPPUCCINATORE CLEANING
START CLEANING
WARNING CLEANING
Press the "
" button (18) to confirm.
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CAPPUCCINATORE CLEANING
WASH THE
CAPPUCCINATORE?
NO
YES
Note: If this option is confirmed, the cycle must be
completed. Press the "
" button (23) to exit.
6 Press the "
cleaning cycle.
Drinking the solution dispensed during this procedure is strictly prohibited. The solution must be
disposed of.
" button (18) to start the Cappuccinatore
CAPPUCCINATORE CLEANING
REFILL
WATER TANK
7 Fill the water tank and press the "
CAPPUCCINATORE CLEANING
PLACE A CONTAINER
UNDER THE
DISPENSING SPOUT
12 Place an empty container of at least 1 litre capacity under
the dispensing spout and press the "
" button (18) to confirm.
13 The machine performs a Cappuccinatore wash cycle.
CAPPUCCINATORE CLEANING
" button (18) to confirm.
CAPPUCCINATORE CLEANING
POUR DETERGENT
IN A CONTAINER
WITH 1/2 L WATER
8 Pour a solution bag in a container with 1/2 (a half) litre of
fresh drinking water.
The bar shows the washing progress.
14 Wait for the cycle to end automatically. When the cycle is
completed, the display shows:
CAPPUCCINATORE RINSING
REFILL
WATER TANK
15 Wash the water tank and fill it with fresh drinking water; press
the "
" button (18) to confirm.
CAPPUCCINATORE CLEANING
INSERT CAPPUCCINATORE
HOSE IN A CONTAINER
WITH 1/2 L WATER
16 Wash thoroughly the container used for the solution and fill
it with 1/2 (a half) litre of fresh drinking water which will be used
for rinsing.
9 Wait for the bag content to dissolve completely and then
" button (18) to confirm.
press the "
CAPPUCCINATORE CLEANING
PUT CAPPUCCINATORE
HOSE IN THE
CONTAINER
10 Insert the clean pipe directly into the container.
11 Press the "
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" button (18) to confirm.
17 Empty the container placed under the dispensing spout.
18 Insert the suction hose in the container used.
Press the "
" button (18) to confirm.
CAPPUCCINATORE RINSING
PLACE A CONTAINER
UNDER THE
DISPENSING SPOUT
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19 Place an empty container under the dispensing spout and
press the "
" button (18) to confirm.
3 Open the service door with the supplied key.
CAPPUCCINATORE RINSING
20 The machine performs a Cappuccinatore rinse cycle.
The bar shows the rinsing progress.
21 Wait until the cycle stops automatically. The machine will go
back to the normal operating cycle.
22 Wash all the Cappuccinatore parts as described in section 5.4.
Important Note: It is advisable to remove the Cappuccinatore from the machine when not being
used, in order to keep it clean.
4 Remove the Brew Group: Pull it by the handle and press the
«PRESS» button. The Brew Group must be washed only with lukewarm water, with no detergent.
10.4 Brew Group - Weekly Cleaning
The brew group should be cleaned every time the coffee bean hopper is filled, or at least once a week.
1 Turn off the machine by pressing the power button and remove the plug from the socket.
2 Remove the drip tray and the coffee grounds drawer.
5 Wash the Brew Group with lukewarm water and carefully
wash the upper filter. Before placing the Brew Group in its seat,
ensure that there is no water left in the brewing chamber.
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6 Lift the rear side of the inner drawer and unlock the drawer.
7 Remove the inner drawer, wash it and put it back into its seat.
9 Ensure that the lever is in contact with the brew group base.
10 Ensure that the hook to lock the Brew Group is in the correct
position; to do that, press the "PRESS" button firmly.
Note: When refitting the drawer, carry out the
same operations performed for its removal, but
in reverse order.
11 Insert the Brew Group back into its seat until it locks into
place, WITHOUT pressing the "PRESS" button.
8 Ensure that the Brew Group is in the rest position; the two
reference signs must match.
12 Insert the coffee grounds drawer and the drip tray. Close the
service door.
10.5 Cleaning the Brew Group with
"Coffee Clean Tablets"
Besides weekly cleaning, we recommend running the cleaning
cycle with "Coffee Clean Tablets" after approximately 500 cups of
coffee or once a month.
This operation completes the maintenance process of the brew
group.
If they do no match, proceed as described in step (9).
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Both the "Coffee Clean Tablets" used to clean the Brew Group and
the "Maintenance Kit" may be purchased at your local dealer or at
authorised service centres.
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Warning: The "Coffee Clean Tablets" has no descaling property. For descaling use the Saeco descaling solution and follow the procedure described in the
"Descaling" chapter.
The wash cycle cannot be stopped. Do not leave the machine unattended during this operation.
BREW GROUP CLEAN
EXTRACT BREW GROUP
7 Remove the drip tray and the group compartment drawer.
Warning! Drinking the solution dispensed during
this procedure is strictly prohibited. The solution
must be disposed of.
1 Enter the programming mode as described in section 9.1.
" button (24) and select the "MACHINE
2 Press the "
MENU" option; press the "
" button (18) to enter the menu.
3 Press the "
option.
" button (24) and select the "MAINTENANCE"
8 Open the service door with the supplied key.
MACHINE MENU
DISPLAY MENU
WATER MENU
MAINTENANCE
FACTORY SETTINGS
4 Press the "
" button (18) to access the menu.
MAINTENANCE
BREW GROUP CLEAN
DESCALING
CAPPUCCINATORE CLEANING
5 Press the "
ing cycle.
" button (18) to start the Brew Group clean-
9 Remove the Brew Group: Pull it by the handle and press the
«PRESS» button.
BREW GROUP CLEAN
PERFORM BREW
GROUP CLEANING?
NO
YES
Note: If this option is confirmed the cycle must be
completed. Press the "
" button (23) to exit.
6 Press the "
cycle.
" button (18) to start the group cleaning
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10 Press the "
Brew Group.
" button (18) to confirm the removal of the
10.6 Brew Group Lubrication
Lubricate the Brew Group after approximately 500 cups of coffee
or once a month.
BREW GROUP CLEAN
INSERT GROUP
CLEAN TAB
The grease to lubricate the Brew Group and the complete "Service Kit" may be purchased at your local dealer, or at authorised
service centres.
11 Place the cleaning tablet in the Brew Group and refit the
group in the machine, making sure that all the components have
been inserted and that the door is closed.
Note: To display the number of coffee cups
brewed, please refer to the "COUNTERS" menu in
the "BEVERAGE MENU" (section 9.4 - page 36).
Before lubricating the brew group clean it under running water as
described in the "Brew Group - Weekly Cleaning" section.
1 Lubricate the brew group guides using the Saeco grease only.
12 After placing the tablet in the brew group press the "
button (18) to confirm.
"
BREW GROUP CLEAN
PLACE A CONTAINER
UNDER THE
DISPENSING SPOUT
13 Place a container under the coffee dispensing spout and
press the "
" button (18) to confirm.
BREW GROUP CLEAN
14 The machine completes the cycle automatically.
Note: At the end of the cycle the machine goes
back to its normal operating mode. We recommend removing the group and washing it under fresh
running water.
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Apply the grease evenly on both side guides.
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2 Lubricate also the shaft.
10.7 Descaling
Limescale is a natural part of the water used for machine operation. It needs to be removed regularly as it may clog the water and
coffee circuit of your appliance.
The advanced electronics shows on the machine display (in clear
symbols) when descaling is needed. Just follow the steps described below.
This operation needs to be carried out before the appliance stops
working properly, as in this case the repair is not covered by the
warranty.
Use the Saeco descaling product only. Its formula has been designed to ensure better machine performance and operation for
its whole operating life. If correctly used, it also avoids alterations
in the brewed product.
The descaling solution and the complete "Maintenance Kit" may
be purchased at your local dealer or at authorised service centres.
Warning! Never drink the descaling solution or
any products dispensed until the cycle has been
carried out to the end. Never use vinegar as a descaling
solution.
3 Insert the Brew Group back into its seat until it locks into
place, WITHOUT pressing the "PRESS" button.
1 Turn on the machine by pressing the ON/OFF button. Wait for
the machine to finish its rinse and warm-up process.
4 Insert the coffee grounds drawer and the drip tray. Close the
service door.
Warning! Remove the "Intenza" filter before adding the descaling solution.
2 Enter the programming mode as described in section 9.1.
" button (24) and select the "MACHINE
3 Press the "
MENU" option; press the "
" button (18) to enter the menu.
MACHINE MENU
DISPLAY MENU
WATER MENU
MAINTENANCE
FACTORY SETTINGS
" button (24) and select the "MAINTENANCE"
4 Press the "
option; press the "
" button (18) to enter the menu.
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9 Place the tank back in the machine. Press the "
(18).
MAINTENANCE
BREW GROUP CLEAN
DESCALING
CAPPUCCINATORE CLEANING
5 Press the "
option; press the "
DESCALING
EMPTY DRIP TRAY
" button (24) and select the "DESCALING"
" button (18) to enter the menu.
DESCALING
START DESCALE
DESCALE WARNING
6 Select the "START DESCALE" option; press the "
(18) to access the menu.
" button
10 Remove any liquids from the drip tray and place it back in
the machine.
" button
DESCALING
START DESCALING?
NO
YES
Note: If this option is confirmed, the rest of the
cycle must be completed. Press the "
" button
(23) to exit.
7 Press the "
" button (18) to start the DESCALING cycle.
Press the "
DESCALING
INSERT THE
CAPPUCCINATORE WITH
ALL THE COMPONENTS
DESCALING
FILL TANK WITH
DESCALING SOLUTION
8 Pour the entire content of the Saeco concentrated descaling solution into the water tank and then fill the tank with fresh
drinking water up to the level indicated by the icon.
" button (18).
11 Insert the complete Cappuccinatore into the machine and
remove the dispensing spout.
Press the "
" button (18).
Note: Keep the suction tube removed from the Cappuccinatore while the descaling cycle is performed.
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DESCALING
PLACE A CONTAINER
UNDER MILK AND HOT
WATER SPOUTS
12 Place a container under the hot water wand and a large
enough container under the Cappuccinatore.
16 Insert the tank into the machine. Press the "
" button (18).
17 Empty the containers used to collect the liquid dispensed by
the machine.
DESCALING
EMPTY DRIP TRAY
18 Remove any liquids from the drip tray and insert the tray
back.
Press the "
" button (18).
DESCALING
INSERT THE
CAPPUCCINATORE WITH
ALL THE COMPONENTS
Note: Use a container of at least 1.5 litres capacity.
Press the "
19 Check that the Cappuccinatore is placed in the machine.
Press the "
" button (18).
" button (18).
DESCALING
STEP 1/2 DESCALING
DESCALING
PLACE A CONTAINER
UNDER MILK AND HOT
WATER SPOUTS
PAUSE
If you do not have a container of this capacity,
pause the cycle by pressing the "
" button (23),
empty the container, place it back in the machine and restart the cycle by pressing the "
" button (18).
20 Place a container under the hot water wand and a large
enough container under the Cappuccinatore.
Press the "
" button (18).
DESCALING
STEP 2/2 RINSING
13 At this point, the machine will start dispensing the descaling
solution at intervals (the bar shows the cycle progress).
PAUSE
21 The machine performs the rinse cycle.
14 When the solution in the tank is finished, the machine requests to empty and rinse the tank with fresh drinking water.
DESCALING
RINSE TANK &
FILL WITH FRESH WATER
15 Rinse the water tank thoroughly and refill it with fresh drinking water.
Note: A default amount of water is needed for the
rinse phase. This allows an ideal rinse cycle to be
performed in order to ensure the best conditions to brew
products. The message about filling the tank for the rinse
cycle is normal, as it is part of the procedure.
Note: The rinse cycle can be paused by pressing
the "
" button (23). To resume the cycle, press
the "
" button (18) again. This allows you to empty the
container or to stay away from the machine for a short
period of time.
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22 Once the rinse cycle is complete, the machine carries out the
warm-up and rinse cycle to be ready for product brewing.
23 Empty the containers used to collect the liquid dispensed by
the machine and reassemble the dispensing spout.
24 The machine is now ready for use.
Note:
The descaling solution must be disposed of according
to the manufacturer's instructions and/or regulations
in force in the country of use.
- After completing the descaling cycle:
1 Wash the brew group as described in the “Brew
Group” section in the “Cleaning and Maintenance”
chapter;
2 Rinse the Cappuccinatore under running water.
11 MACHINE DISPOSAL
-
The packing materials can be recycled.
Appliance: Unplug the appliance and cut the power cord.
Deliver the appliance and power cord to a service center or
public waste disposal facility.
This product complies with eu directive 2002/96/EC.
-
When the descaling cycle is complete, we recommend emptying
the drip tray.
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The symbol
on the product or on its packaging indicates
that this product may not be treated as household waste. Instead
it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the
recycling of electrical and electronic equipment.
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help
prevent potential negative consequences for the environment
and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local city
office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where
you purchased the product.
12 TROUBLESHOOTING
Machine actions
Causes
The machine does not switch on.
The machine is not plugged and/or the power but- Plug the machine and/or switch the power button is positioned on "0".
ton to "I".
Coffee is not hot enough.
The cups are cold.
Coffee does not have enough crema.
(See note)
The blend is unsuitable, coffee is not freshly roast- Change coffee blend or adjust the grind as exed or the grind is too coarse.
plained in section "Adjusting the Coffee Grinder".
The machine takes a long time to warm up The machine circuit is clogged by limescale.
or the amount of water dispensed from the
wand is too little.
Solutions
Preheat the cups with hot water.
Descale the machine.
Bubbles form at the Cappuccinatore spout The tube fittings are not connected properly or are Insert the whole suction tube into the Cappucwhile dispensing milk.
not completely inserted into the Cappuccinatore. cinatore.
Steam comes out of the Cappuccinatore There is no more milk in the container.
when sucking milk.
Check that there is still milk. If necessary, fill in the
milk container again or replace it with a new one.
The Brew Group cannot be removed.
The Brew Group is out of place.
Turn the machine on. Close the service door. The
brew group automatically returns to the initial
position.
Group compartment drawer inserted.
Remove the group compartment drawer before
removing the brew group.
The machine grinds the coffee beans but no The Brew Group is dirty.
coffee comes out.
The dispensing spout is dirty.
(See note)
Clean the Brew Group ("Brew Group" section).
Clean the dispensing spout.
Coffee is too weak.
(See note)
Too low dose
Adjust the amount of coffee to be ground.
Coffee is brewed slowly.
(See note)
The coffee grind is too fine.
Change coffee blend or adjust the grind as explained in section "Adjusting the Coffee Grinder".
The Brew Group is dirty.
Clean the Brew Group ("Brew Group" section).
Coffee leaks out of the dispensing spout.
The dispensing spout is clogged or in the wrong Clean the dispensing spout and its holes.
position.
Position the dispensing spout correctly.
Note: These problems can be considered normal if the coffee blend has been changed or if the machine has just been
installed.
Please, contact our consumer care help line at the phone number listed at the last page of this document for any problems not covered in the above table or when the suggested solutions do not solve the problem.
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