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Indesit Company UK Ltd
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Operating Instructions
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PARTS AND FEATURES
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Capsule-compartment opening/closing lever
Coffee-capsule compartment (inside)
Coffee delivery unit
Data plate
Illuminated touch panel
5.1. Espresso coffee
5.2. Lungo coffee
Used-capsule tray
(liquids remaining after coffee delivery)
Cup holder
Drip tray (inside)
Water tank
Main switch
Power cord
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing our product. In doing so you have opted for an efficient high-performance
appliance.
If the instructions on the correct use of this appliance are not followed, the manufacturer will not be
responsible for any resulting damage.
The operating instructions may refer to different models. Any difference is clearly identified.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS
Always comply with the following safety measures
when using an electrical appliance.
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Read the Instruction Book carefully.
Never immerse the machine or its removable
components in water and never put it in a
dishwasher.
This appliance was designed for household
use only. Any other use shall be considered
improper and consequently dangerous.
Remove the plug from the electrical system
when the appliance is not in use.
Never touch a hot surface. You could scald
yourself with water or coffee from the
machine.
This machine was designed “to make
espresso coffee”: take care you don't scald
yourself with water jets or due to improper
use.
This appliance was not designed to be used
by persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or
persons lacking experience and/or familiarity
with the product, unless they are supervised
or instructed on the use of the appliance by a
person responsible for their safety.
Supervise children to prevent them from
playing with the appliance.
Only use the appliance in closed areas
protected from the external environment.
Never immerse the cord, plug and body of
the machine in water or any other liquid to
avoid fire, electric shocks or injuries.
Do not use the appliance for any purpose
other than its intended use.
Do not put the appliance on gas/electric
cookers or inside a hot oven.
Operate the appliance only for the time
needed to perform its function. Then switch it
off by setting the main switch (10) to “0” and
unplugging it from the power outlet.
Before unplugging it, make sure the main
switch (10) is on “0”.
Any use of attachments not recommended
by the manufacturer may result in fire,
electric shocks or personal injuries.
Do not let the cord hang over the edge of a
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table or counter top. Do not pull the cord to
unplug the appliance and do not touch it with
wet hands.
Do not drag or carry the machine by holding
its cord.
Make sure the cord does not hang over
the edge of a table or counter top because
children could pull it or accidentally stumble
on it and get injured.
Do not use the appliance if the cord or plug
looks damaged, after the machine has
malfunctioned or if any damage has occurred.
Take the appliance to an authorised Service
Centre to have it checked or repaired or to
make sure it is working properly.
Do not use extension cords or multiple
outlets. In case of fire use carbon-dioxide
(CO2) fire extinguishers. Do not use water
or powder extinguishers.
Never block the air grilles located in the
bottom and back of the appliance.
Use the appliance only for its intended
purpose.
Never install the machine in an environment
whose temperature may be either 0°C or
lower - if the water freezes, the appliance
can get damaged - or higher than 40°C.
Make sure the voltage of the electrical system
matches the voltage shown on the data plate
of the appliance (4). Connect the appliance
only to a power outlet having a minimum
capacity of 6 A in 230VAC-powered models
and an efficient earthing system.
If the power outlet and appliance plug are
not compatible, have an authorised Service
Centre replace it with a suitable plug.
Place the appliance on a work surface far
from water taps and sinks.
Having removed the packaging, make sure
the appliance is undamaged before installing
it.
Keep all packaging materials out of the
reach of children.
This appliance was designed for household
use only. Any other use shall be considered
improper and consequently dangerous.
The manufacturer shall not be deemed
responsible for any accident due to the
lack of or failure to comply with current
regulations on the earthing system.
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The manufacturer shall not be deemed
responsible for any damaged due to any
improper, incorrect or unreasonable use.
The equipment was designed for household
and similar uses such as in:
- staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and
other work environments;
- farm houses;
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hotels, motels and other residential
environments by the guests;
- bed&breakfast-type environments.
The machine is equipped with a valve that
keeps pressure constant. As a consequence
the coffee-delivery unit may be leaking water
drops.
In case of appliance failure or malfunction,
switch if off and do not tamper with it.
If you need to have it repaired, ask a
Technical Service Centre authorised by the
manufacturer and ask for original spare
parts. Failure to comply with the above may
affect the safety of the appliance and void
the relevant warranty.
The original packaging should be kept at
least for the entire warranty period, should
you need to return the machine to an
authorised Service Centre. Any damage due
to transport without proper packaging is not
covered by the warranty.
COFFEE MACHINE
INSTALLATION AND
OPERATION (A)
Before connecting the machine to the
electrical system, carefully read the
safety regulations in the “Important Safety
Precautions” chapter.
A1 Carefully pull out the water tank (9).
A2 Fill the tank with fresh drinkable water up to
the MAX mark.
Connect the plug into a power outlet. See the
following chapter on how to start the machine.
A4 Make sure the coffee-capsule compartment
(2) is properly closed before coffee delivery.
Never open during coffee delivery.
When you start the machine for the first
time or after the machine has not been
used for several days, we recommend placing
a container with a suitable capacity under the
delivery unit (3) and then pouring out at least
half a tank of water with no capsules in the
machine.
SWITCHING THE MACHINE
ON / OFF (B)
Start to machine as follows:
Check the water level in the tank (9). If needed, fill
it up as described above.
B1 Set the main switch (10) to the “I” position.
Buttons 5.1 and 5.2 will repeatedly light up
progressively from left to right to show that the
machine has started heating up.
B2 Place the cup on the cup holder.
B3 Wait for buttons 5.1 and 5.2 to light up (fixed
light) - a buzzer sounds to show that the proper
operating temperature
has been reached.
B4 Touch button 5.1.
Wait for coffee to come out of the delivery unit.
The delivery will stop automatically as soon as
the set quantity of water has been poured out.
You can also stop it by touching the button panel
again.
Only fill the tank with fresh drinkable still
water. Warm water and other liquids may
damage the tank. Do not operate the machine
without water. Regularly replace the water in
the tank.
While heating up, the machine does not
allow any coffee delivery if buttons 5.1
and 5.2 are off or flashing.
A3 Insert the tank into the machine all the way.
The machine was designed to respect the
Power-Save mode
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environment and reduce power consumption when
not in use. It automatically enters into Power-Save
mode if it has not been used for 60 minutes.
Button 5.1 will start flashing slowly.
To start the machine again, touch one of the two
buttons.
Before switching off the machine, we
recommend pouring out a cup of hot
water with no capsules in the capsule
compartment (2).
To switch it off set the main switch (10) to
the “0” position. We recommend that
you never unplug the machine while it is on.
POSITIONING THE CUP
HOLDER (C)
The machine was designed to use both espresso
cups and mugs.
C1 To adjust the height of the cup holder (7),
pull it out and then place it in the espresso cup or
mug position.
C2 Optimum position for mugs as suitable for
lungo coffees.
C3 Optimum position for cups as suitable for
espresso coffees.
Adjust the height of the cup holder (7)
before starting coffee delivery.
COFFEE MAKING (D)
D1 This machine was designed to use only
“Iperespresso” illy coffee capsules.
Do not use other coffee capsules
because they may damage the machine.
D2 Make sure buttons 5.1 and 5.2 are lit (fixed
light).
removed as soon as the compartment is
opened. If the coffee capsule does not fit into
the compartment easily, remove it and replace it correctly.
D4 Insert the coffee capsule as shown in the
Figure.
D5 Lower the movable section of the machine
head completely.
D6 Press the lever (1) until it locks in place and
put the cup on the cup holder (7).
D7 Touch one button:
- button 5.1 for espresso coffee delivery.
- button 5.2 for lungo coffee delivery.
The delivery will stop automatically as soon as the
set volume is reached in the cup.
The quantity of coffee poured out by
each button was determined after
carefully considering the requirements of
most users. To adjust the coffee delivery by
the different buttons based on your own taste
just follow the instructions in the next
paragraph.
The capsules are single-dose and should
not be used to make two coffees.
Remember to clean the drip tray (8) and to
empty the used-capsule tray (6). Remember to
replace the water in the tank on a regular
basis.
ADJUSTING THE QUANTITY
OF COFFEE IN THE CUP
The machine allows you to adjust the desired
quantity/volume of coffee in a small illy cup with
delivery button 5.1 and in a cappuccino cup with
delivery button 5.2.
D3 Release and lift the opening lever (1) of the
capsule compartment (2).
We will only see how you can set button
5.1. To set button 5.2 just follow the
same procedure, but press button 5.2 and use
a properly-sized cup.
If there is a coffee capsule in the
compartment (2), it will be automatically
To adjust and store in memory a custom
quantity of coffee, the procedure is the following:
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Insert one capsule in the compartment (2).
Place one cup on the cup holder (7).
Touch button 5.1 and hold it down until
you get the desired quantity of coffee. Then
release the button. The machine has been
set - when you press button 5.1 next it will
pour out the set quantity. This setting will
replace any factory settings.
MANUAL STOP FUNCTION
E2 Pull out the tank (9) and wash it under
running water.
E3 Pull out the drip tray (8) and wash it with
warm water.
E4 Pull out from the front the used-capsule tray (6).
E5 Empty it of any remains.
The drawer includes the used capsules
and remaining liquids.
Press the selected button to stop coffee delivery
before it stops automatically.
Coffee delivery will stop automatically
after no more than 70 seconds anyway.
In such a case some coffee may spill out of the
cup.
CLEANING AND
MAINTENANCE (E)
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Before unplugging the appliance, make sure
the main switch (10) is on “0”.
Disconnect the plug from the electrical
system when cleaning the machine.
Let the machine cool down before cleaning it.
To extract the water tank (9) carefully pull it
upwards and then outwardly.
Clean the appliance and attachments using
a damp cloth, then wipe it with a dry nonabrasive cloth. Detergents should not be
used.
Do not wash the appliance with abundant
jets of water and do not completely or partly
immerse it.
Clean the machine and its components
at least on a weekly basis.
Do not use any water that has remained
in the tank (9) for a few days. Wash it
and fill it up every day with fresh drinkable
water. Do not use ethyl alcohol, solvents,
abrasive
sponges
and/or
aggressive
chemicals.
Clean the machine as follows:
E1 Switch off and unplug the machine.
When you re-place the used-capsule
tray (6), make sure it is properly inserted.
We recommend emptying the drip tray (8) and
used-capsule tray (6) at the same time.
Do not dry the machine and/or its
components in a conventional and/or
microwave oven.
RECOMMENDATIONS
To enjoy a high-quality espresso remember to:
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Change the water in the tank (10) at least on
a weekly basis.
Preferably use water whose total hardness
is lower than 12 French degrees to minimise
any deposit inside the machine.
Don’t use distilled water.
Use warm cups.
LIMESCALE REMOVAL (F)
The formation of limescale is
consequence of using the machine.
a
natural
Limescale removal makes it possible to optimize
any cleaning work and to remove all limescale
remains from inside the machine.
If limescale is not removed, it may cause
operating defects that are not covered by
the warranty. We recommend using a
descaling product specifically developed for
espresso machines at least every two months.
Only use descaling products that are not too
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aggressive.
Descaling products for coffee machines that are
neither toxic nor harmful are commonly available
on the market.
The reduced illumination of buttons 5.1 and 5.2
every 10 seconds shows the need for a descaling
cycle.
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alternately for about 10 minutes.
Once the water and descaling product
solution is finished, button 5.1 will stay lit.
Now rinse the circuit to remove any remains of
descaling product:
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Pull out the water tank (9) and empty it of
any remaining water with descaling product.
Remove the limescale from the machine as
follows:
F4 Carefully wash it under running water and fill
it up with fresh drinkable water.
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To rinse the circuit do not use the water
and descaling product solution that
flowed into the container during the descaling
process.
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Make sure the main switch (10) is on “0”.
Make sure there are no capsules in the
capsule compartment (2).
Remove the tank (9) and dispose of any
remaining water.
Fill the tank up with 0.7 litres of fresh
drinkable water.
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Insert the tank (9) all the way into the
machine until it is properly in place.
F1 Add the descaling product and wait for it to
melt - mix to speed up melting.
F5 Empty the container and re-place it under
the delivery unit (3).
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Button 5.2 stays lit.
Insert the tank (9) into the machine until it is
properly in place.
F2 Place a container having a capacity of at
least 1 litre under the delivery unit (3).
The descaling cycle can now be started.
F3 Switch on the machine.
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Within 15 seconds press button 5.1 and hold
it down for 7 seconds until a buzzer sounds.
Button 5.1 will start flashing alternately.
Within 5 seconds press button 5.1 again - a
buzzer will sound.
Button 5.1 stays lit.
Press button 5.1 again within 5 seconds.
Now the machine will start delivering the water
and descaling product solution.
If the operations are not performed
within the times stated, the descaling
cycle will not begin. You will need to switch
the machine off and repeat operations 1 to 6.
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During the process button 5.1 will be flashing
F6 To start rinsing the circuit press button 5.2.
The machine carries out the rinsing cycle for about
5 minutes supplying water at regular intervals.
Button 5.2 will start flashing alternately.
When the rinsing cycle is over, buttons 5.1 and
5.2 light up (fixed light) and a buzzer sounds to
confirm that the machine is ready for use.
Do not use vinegar, lye, salt or formic
acid because they will damage the
machine.
Only use descaling products suitable for coffee
machines.
Dispose of the descaling solution in compliance
with current regulations.
Do not drink the liquid supplied during
the descaling process. The machine can
be used to make coffee only when the
descaling process is over.
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If the descaling cycle is interrupted due to a power
failure or because the machine is accidentally
switched off, repeat the entire cycle before using
the machine again.
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ALARM(S)
Buttons light up in sequence
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MACHINE STATUS
Machine is on and heating up.
Machine has reached correct temperature for coffee delivery.
Lit
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Espresso button flashing
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Lungo button flashing
Flashing slowly
Machine is making an espresso.
Settings for an espresso.
Machine is making a lungo.
Settings for a lungo.
Machine in Power-Save mode.
Machine enters into Power-Save mode after 60 minutes' use.
Touch any button to start machine again.
Machine needs descaling.
Reduced illumination
Machine shows descaling process was selected. So tank must
include descaling solution.
Lit - fixed light (only espresso button )
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Flashing alternately
Machine shows second step of descaling process is under way.
Machine is supplying descaling solution. Only espresso button
flashing progressively.
Machine shows first step of descaling process is over. Rinse and
fill tank with fresh drinkable water.
Lit - fixed light (only lungo button )
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Flashing alternately
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Flashing fast
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Machine shows second step of descaling process is under way.
Machine is supplying water for circuit rinsing. Only lungo button
flashing progressively.
Machine malfunctioning. Switch off and then on after 30 seconds.
If defect persists, contact Service Centre.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Cause
Solutions
Cannot
switch
machine on
Power cord not connected
to outlet.
Connect plug to power outlet compliant with
technical data on data plate “O”.
Main switch (10) on “0”.
Main switch (10) on “0”.
No coffee
delivery from
machine
Movable section
of machine's head
incompletely closed.
Lift lever (1) and make sure capsule inserted in capsule
compartment (2). Force lever (1) back down until it rests
on matching support. Touch until lever locks in place (1)
and start button 5.1 or 5.2.
Button 5.1 or 5.2 not
started.
Touch button 5.1 or 5.2 again.
Incorrect water tank
insertion.
Insert tank (9) all the way into machine until
properly in place - clicking sound heard.
Internal components with
limescale.
Descale machine as described in relevant
paragraph.
Pump not primed.
Make sure capsule compartment (2) includes no
capsules, lower lever (1) until it locks in place and touch
button 5.1 or 5.2 to pour out water. Try coffee delivery
from capsule again.
Lack of water in the water
tank.
Fill with water your coffee machine water tank (9).
Wrong capsule type.
Make sure “Metodo Iperespresso” Illy capsule was used.
Make sure capsules for household use are used as
identified by text “Single-dose ground coffee capsules
for household use” on packaging and not capsules for
professional use as identified by text “Exclusively for
professional use”.
Water
leaking
Machine in
Power-Save
mode
Touch coffee button to start machine and wait until
it is ready for delivery - both coffee buttons will be
lit (fixed light). Touch button 5.1 or 5.2 again to
start coffee delivery.
If the problem persists contact an authorised Service Centre.
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GUARANTEE
12 months Parts and Labour Guarantee
This certificate of guarantee represents the guarantee (“Guarantee” hereinafter) offered by Indesit Company UK Limited with registered office
at Peterborough PE2 9JB in relation to products
purchased in the United Kingdom and Indesit
Ireland Limited with registered office in Dublin 9,
Ireland for products purchased in the Republic of
Ireland. This Guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
Your product has the benefit of our manufacturer’s Guarantee, which covers the product for
twelve months from the date of purchase.
This gives you the reassurance that if, within that
time, your product is proven to be defective because of either workmanship or materials, we will,
at our discretion, either repair or replace the product at no cost to you.
This Guarantee is subject to the following conditions:
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Documentary proof of original purchase date
is provided.
Cosmetic damage must be reported within
14 days from the date of purchase.
The product has been installed and operated
correctly and in accordance with our operating and maintenance instructions.
The product is used only on the electricity
supply printed on the rating plate.
The product has been used for normal domestic purposes only.
The product has not been altered, serviced,
maintained, dismantled, or otherwise interfered with by any person not authorised by us.
Any repair work must be undertaken by us or
our appointed agent.
Any parts removed during repair work or any
product that is replaced become our property.
The product is used in the United Kingdom
or Republic of Ireland.
The Guarantee does not cover:
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Damage resulting from transportation, improper use, neglect or interference or as a
result of improper installation.
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Accidental damage, this includes but is not
limited to, damage which occurs as a result
of an external action.
Replacement of any consumable item or accessory. These include but are not limited to:
plugs, cables, light bulbs, hoses, brushes,
covers and filters.
Replacement of any removable parts made
of glass or plastic.
After Sales Service
No one is better placed to care for your Hotpoint
product during the course of its working life than
us – the manufacturer.
Essential Contact Information
Advice Line
We have a dedicated team who can provide free
advice and assistance with your product if you
experience any technical difficulties. Simply call
our Hotpoint Service Hotline on 08448 240 055
(Republic of Ireland 0818 904 041) for telephone
assistance.
Please note:
Our advisors will require the following information:
Model number:
Serial number:
Consumables and Accessories
We supply a full range of consumables and accessories to keep your product functioning efficiently throughout its life.
UK: 08448 225 225
Republic of Ireland: 0818 313 413
www.hotpoint.co.uk
Recycling and Disposal Information
As part of Hotpoint’s continued commitment to
helping the environment, Hotpoint reserves the
right to use quality, recycled components to keep
down customer costs and minimise material wa-
en
stage.
Please dispose of packaging and old products
carefully.
DISPOSAL OF OLD
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
Register your new product and get a second
year FREE!
The
European
Directive
2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE), requires that old household electrical appliances
must not be disposed of in the
normal unsorted municipal waste stream.
Old appliances must be collected separately in order to
optimise the recovery and recycling of the materials they contain and reduce the impact on human health and the environment.
The crossed out “wheeled bin” symbol on the
product reminds you of your obligation, that when
you dispose of the appliance it must be separately
collected. Consumers should contact their local
authority or retailer for information concerning the
correct disposal of their old appliance.
We want to give you additional benefits of ownership of your product and offer you an additional
free 1 year guarantee when you register your
product with Hotpoint within 28 days of purchase.
If you do not register your product with Hotpoint
within 28 days, your product is guaranteed for 1
year only.
To activate your 2 year guarantee register with
us online at www.hotpoint.co.uk. Please note that
the 2 year guarantee is only available in UK and
Ireland and is subject to the same conditions as
the 1 year Guarantee. Please refer to the certificate of guarantee for more information.
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