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LB.05099.02
EDITION
OTTOBRE
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS ....................................................................................................................................................... 2
HACCP SCHEDULE ............................................................................................................................................................. 4
MAIN FEATURES ................................................................................................................................................................. 5
MACHINE KEYPAD ............................................................................................................................................................. 6
ELECTRIC CONNECTION ................................................................................................................................................. 8
HYDRAULIC CONNECTION ............................................................................................................................................. 8
STARTING UP ....................................................................................................................................................................... 9
ACCESS THE MAIN SETTING MENUS WITH PASSWORD ..................................................................................... 12
PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS IN ACCORDING WITH PASSWORD ............................................................. 13
INFO-RESET ........................................................................................................................................................................ 15
DOSES PROGRAMMING .................................................................................................................................................. 18
DEFAULT DELIVERY SETTING .................................................................................................................................... 20
SYSTEM MANAGER .......................................................................................................................................................... 21
SYSTEM CLOCK PROGRAMMING ............................................................................................................................... 22
SERVICE .............................................................................................................................................................................. 23
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS FOR MACHINE CALIBRATION ........................................................................................... 36
SECURITY AND ALARMS ................................................................................................................................................ 41
SPECIAL MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................................................... 45
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INTRODUCTION AND GENERAL NOTES
Thoroughly read the instructions contained in this booklet because it gives important information regarding safety for installation, use and
maintenance.
Keep this booklet in a safe and accessible place for further consultation.
This machine must be used only for the purpose it was designed:
dispensing coffee, cappuccino, pouring hot water.
Any other use is to be considered inappropriate and therefore dangerous.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility for damage caused by any improper, incorrect and unreasonable use of the machine.
The use of any electric appliance implies the observance of some fundamental rules.
More specifically:
 The appliance should be placed on a stable flat surface with the bodywork at a minimum distance of 20mm from the back wall,
furthermore, it must be installed taking into account that the highest shelf must sit at a height that is at least 1.5 mt.
During installation, fit a device that guarantees disconnection from the mains, duly sized according to the power of the equipment (see
rating plate), as well as protection against leakage current with a value equal to 30mA.This cut-off device must be assembled on the
power supply line in compliance with installation rules.
 do not touch the appliance with your hands or feet wet or damp
 do not use the appliance with bare feet
 do not pull the power cord to disconnect the plug from the power socket
 dot not leave the appliance exposed to the weather (rain, sun, frost)
 do not let children or untrained persons use the appliance.
Before carrying out any cleaning and maintenance, disconnect the appliance from the power supply, pulling the plug from the power socket
and turning off the main switch.
In case of failure or malfunction turn the machine off and do not attempt to carry out any repairs or direct operations on the machine.
All repairs must be carried out in an authorized service centre, using original spare parts only.
Failure to comply with the above recommendations will compromise the safety of the machine and the warranty conditions.
If this machine is no longer used we recommend that it is made inoperative by disconnecting the cable from the power supply, and all
potentially dangerous parts are made harmless, especially to protect children who might use the machine for their games.
INSTALLATION NOTES
Installation must be carried out according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
An incorrect installation can cause damage to persons, animals or things; the manufacturer declines all responsibility for such situation.
Place the machine on a table having minimum height of 0,95mt. Furthermore the surface has to be flat, having a maximum inclination of 5°,
in order to secure a perfect stability. Check also that the table can bear the weight of the machine.
This is a commercial machine and is not designed for home use and must be operated by duly qualified persons.
The machine must not be used by children or people with reduced mobility, sensory, mental or lack of experience or education, unless there
is a supervisor.
After unpacking check that the machine is not damaged.
If in doubt, do not use the machine and contact an Carimali Authorized Service Centre.
All packing materials (plastic wrapping, polystyrene, nails, etc.) are potentially dangerous and must be kept out of children’s reach and
disposed of in a safe manner for the environment.
Before connecting the machine to the power supply make sure that the rating information of the machine correspond to that of the power
supply, and that the power supply is adequate to additional power absorption of the machine.
The machine is supplied with power cord and without plug, connect the machine to the main switch with knife switch and protection fuses. In
case of maintenance, open the knife switch.
The machine with single phase voltage, having a rated current more than 16A, must be connected to power supply with a dedicated
impedance.
The electrical safety of this machine can be guaranteed only if correctly connected to an efficient earth circuit as indicated by current
electrical safety regulations.
It is necessary to check this fundamental safety prerequisite, and in case of doubt, ask a professionally qualified technician to check the
circuit.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility for any damage caused by failure to earth the equipment.
In order to avoid any dangerous overheating, we recommend that the power cord be fully unwound.
In case of damage to the cord, contact exclusively an authorized service centre to have it replaced.
The power cord of this machine must not be replaced by the customer.
Do not leave the machine connected unnecessarily.
Turn off the main switch of the machine when not in use.
Do not cover the ventilation openings of the machine.
Place the machine at an adequate distance from walls, objects, etc.
The machine must be connected to a system with a water pressure which is not greater than 0.6 MPa. Do not use pipes and coupling
gaskets already used for previous installations.
If the pressure is greater, a pressure reducer must be installed.
The machine must be connected to a softener.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS TO USE THE MACHINE
Environmental temperature:
5 – 30 °C (empty the hydraulic system in case of freezing)
Maximum humidity:
80% relative humidity
Water hardness:
5° eh, 7° dH, 13° Fh
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1. Essential operational requirements
1.1 The machine shall be supplied with water for human consumption, in compliance with the laws in force where the installation is
performed. The installer shall check with the owner or manager of the machine if the water complies with the requirements above.
1.2 The components and materials to be used during the installation are those supplied with the machine. In case other components are
needed, the installer shall check if they are suitable to be used in contact with water for human consumption.
1.3 The installer shall set up hydraulic connections in compliance with the rules about hygiene, water safety and environment in force where
the installation is performed.
1.4 At the end of the installation the machine is activated, brought to nominal operating conditions and left in the “ready for operation” mode.
Then it is turned off and the whole water circuit is drained from the initial water to eliminate any impurities.
Then the machine is once again loaded and brought to nominal operating conditions.
When the machine is in the “ready for operation” mode, the following deliveries are performed:
- 2 liters from the hot water outlet (in case there are more outlets, the 2 liters shall be equally divided)
- 1 liter of water from each coffee outlet
- each steam outlet is kept open for 1 minute
At the end of the installation, it is recommended to write a report of the operations that were performed.
USE AND MAINTENANCE NOTES
For a correct functioning of the machine it is fundamental to comply with the manufacturer’s instructions, having qualified personnel to carry
out special maintenance and to check all safety devices.
Do not use the machine without water.
Avoid to expose hands or other parts of the body to the coffee dispensing spouts or to the steam or hot water nozzles.
The water and steam from the nozzles is very hot and can cause severe burns.
The water and steam nozzles and the filter holders are very hot and therefore must be handled with care, holding them in the appropriate
points.
Do not leave the machine in rooms where the temperature is below 0°C or 32°F without having first drained the boiler and the hydraulic
circuit.
Cups and coffee cups must be placed on the cup-warmer tray (if fitted) only after having been fully drained.
Only the crockery related to the machine should be placed on the cup-warmer tray.
Placing any other object on the tray is to be considered incorrect.
The machine is not waterproof and therefore should not be cleaned with water jet.
1. Use of the machine
1.1 At the beginning of operations, and in any case at least once a day, all the water inside the machine shall be changed, following the
instructions:
- for fully automatic machines, carry out a group washing and a power cleaner washing.
- for traditional machines, see the paragraph about draining the boiler.
1.2 Before the steam wand is used, it shall always be purged from the condensation water for at least 2 seconds or according to the
instructions by the manufacturer.
2. Maintenance and repair
2.1 The components used during the maintenance or repair shall be guaranteed to meet the same hygiene and safety requirements as the
machine. Genuine spare parts offer this guarantee.
2.2 After components related to parts that come into contact with water or food are repaired or changed, a washing procedure shall be
carried out as indicated in the paragraph about the rules for the installation.
HACCP SCHEDULE
We hereby declare that our HORECA machines have been designed and constructed to comply the European Community Sanitary law and
that their sales are authorized by the Health Authorities.
A HACCP schedule (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points) for risk identification and assessment is required. You should carry out a risk
analysis on your premises.
With correct installation, care, maintenance and cleaning with approved detergent, Carimali meet the requirement above mentioned.
Carry out cleaning instruction, provided with machine, every day or at 8 hours shift intervals, to ensure that your system contains a minimum
bacteria.
Failure to clean machines daily, especially for brewing unit and milk frother (optional), using approved cleaning products and following
specified cleaning procedure will result in void warranty and service contract.
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MAIN FEATURES
DIVA
COF
LM*
Maximum quantity of coffee dispensed per hour
480
480
Width (mm.)
800
800
Height (mm.)
574
574
Depth (mm.)
515
515
70
71
11,5
11,5
Hot water nozzle
1
1
Steam nozzle
2
2
Barista steam wand
1
1
Mix cold water for tea
1
1
Automatic cappuccino LM maker optional
0
1
Milk pump
0
1
4300
4300
220V-240V
1+N
60 Hz
400V - 3+N
50/60 Hz
220V - 1+N
60 Hz
400V - 3+N
50/60 Hz
Net weight (Kg.)
Boiler capacity (lt.)
Boiler resistor (W) - Standard version
Voltage
* LM version is only available with Hi groups
Materials used:
-
Copper for boiler and piping
Teflon for the articulated feed tube
reinforced silicone for the articulated pump tube
low lead brass chromed for the brewing group
brass for taps and connections
metal and aluminum bodywork.
Machine Equipment: (for 2 groups machine)



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



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1 Filter holder 1 outlet (with 7g - 0,2469 oz filter)
1 Filter holder 2 outlet (with 14g - 0,4938 oz filter)
1 Filter 6 g - 0,2116 oz
1 Coffee press
1 Dose spoon
1 Rubber blind filter
1 Hose clamp (Ø 16 / 27)
1 Drain armoured hose (Internal Ø 16 - 1,5 m / 4,92 feet)
1 Inlet armoured pipe (Ø 3/8 G - 1,5 m / 4,92 feet)
1 Brush
Peripheral applications:
-
Serial output RS 232 C for:
I/O interface 26 relay
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NOTE: The registration and technical data plate of the machine is on the right side of the electrical box under the drip tray.
MACHINE KEYPAD

Machine keypads DIVA COF 2GR
Gr. 1 keypad
11
Key 11
Key 12
Key 13
Key 14
Key 15
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Gr. 2 keypad
13
14
15
21
1 Ristretto key
2 Ristretto key
1 Continuous key
1 Espresso key
2 Espresso key
Key 21
Key 22
Key 23
Key 24
Key 25
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22
23
24
25
1 Ristretto key
2 Ristretto key
1 Continuous key
1 Espresso key
2 Espresso key
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Machine keypads DIVA LM 2GR
Gr. 1 keypad
11
Key 11
Key 12
Key 13
Key 14
Key 15
Key 16
Key 17
12
Gr. 2 keypad
13
14
15
16
17
21
1 Ristretto key
2 Ristretto key
1 Espresso key
2 Espresso key
1 Cappuccino key
1 Caffè latte key
1 Latte macchiato key
Key 21
Key 22
Key 23
Key 24
Key 25
Key 26
Key 27
22
23
24
25
26
27
1 Ristretto key
2 Ristretto key
1 Espresso key
2 Espresso key
1 Coffee key
2 Coffee key
1 Continuous key
PLEASE NOTE: these keyboards work releasing the finger on buttons.
In case keyboards will be removed, the machine need to be restarted by switching Off and back ON with
the main switch to auto calibrate themselves.
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ELECTRIC CONNECTION
HYDRAULIC CONNECTION
WATER
DRAIN
WATER TAP
( 1 – 6 BAR )
WATER FILTER
WATER SOFTNER
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STARTING UP
After having connected the machine to the water and electric networks, turn the switch on (see diagram)
The display shows:
Lcd
Rev. X.XX
Diva
Rev. X.XX
X.XX: Indicate the Software release inserted in the
display and master p.c.boards
After a few seconds
the display shows
Language
English
Use: + / - keys to select the language
Use: + / - keys to select the XX contrast numbe from
10 to 100
Contrast
XX
Insert the Machine serial Number
Use: + / - keys to select the number
Serial Number
000000
Installation date
YYYY - MMM - DD
Use: + / - keys to program the date (YYYY-MMM-DD)
System clock programming
YYYY - MMM - DD DAY HH:MM
---- / --- / -- --- / -- : --
Use: + / - keys to program the date (YYYY-MMM-DD DAY) and the time ( HH:MM )
OFF
WARNING:
A - If the language choice is not displayed, keep the machine in OFF mode; it is absolutely necessary
to carry out a TECHNICIAN PRESET CONFIGURATION DATA procedure.
B - If a FACTORY PRESET CONFIGURATION DATA has been carried out , also the MACHINE
CONFIGURATION parameters will be displayed . ( See the System manager paragraph ).
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Press
to switch ON the machine
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OFF

ON/OFF MACHINE

ON/OFF LIGHTS

ACCESS TO MAIN MENU PROTECTED BY PASSWORD

INFO SECTION
The filling up will take up to 10 minutes, the display shows:
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FILLING UP BOILER
PLEASE NOTE
In case the display shows “ FILLING UP T.O.” switch OFF and ON the machine by using the main switch “I.G”
If the display shows “FILLING UP T.O. “ again, please contact the CARIMALI S.P.A. service centre.
During this phase heating of the boiler starts, wait about 15 minutes to reach the set temperature
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BOILER HEATING
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This operation will automatically stop when the boiler temperature is reached, the display shows:
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SELECT DRINK
PLEASE NOTE:
LM Version
DURING THE WARMING UP, THE MILKER SOLENOID VALVE WILL STAY OPEN FROM 0°C TO 95°C AND THE BARISTA STEAM WAND
FROM 50°C TO 95°C. THIS WILL RELEASE THE AIR FROM THE BOILER.
COF Version
DURING THIS STAGE, KEEP THE STEAM LEVER OPEN FOR A FEW SECONDS, THIS OPERATION WILL RELEASE THE AIR FROM
THE BOILER
Check the delivery pressure in the pump gauge by fitting the filter holder filled with properly ground, pressed coffee
dose in order to deliver at 8/9 bars.
To re-calibrate the pump pressure follow the instructions “CALIBRATING THE COFFEE DISPENSING PRESSURE”
at page 37
To switch OFF the machine keep pressed key
for five seconds.
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OFF
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ACCESS THE MAIN SETTING MENUS WITH PASSWORD
ACCESS THE MAIN SETTING MENUS WITH PASSWORD
To enter the programming environments, a password is required which define the access rights to the different environments.
The password must be composed with 5 numbers.
To insert the passwords proceed as follows:
-
Turn the machine OFF
-
Press
-
The display shows:
INSERT PASSWORD
-----
Enter one of the following passwords:
User
22222
Technician
(for Technician password contact the Carimali Technical Service).
After insert the password the display shows the main menu programming environments:
SELECT
INFO-RESET
DOSE-PROGRAMMING
SYSTEM MANAGER
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PROGRAMMABLE PARAMETERS IN ACCORDING WITH PASSWORD
OWNER
TECHNICIAN
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
INFO - RESET
Read dose data
System data
Doses counter A
Doses counter B
Reset doses counter A
Reset doses counter B
Group 1 cleaning
Group 2 cleaning
Milker cleaning
Water filter
Group 1 cycles
Group 2 cycles
DOSE PROGRAMMING
Set doses
X
SYSTEM CLOCK PROGRAMMING
YY-MM-DD Day HH:MM
Clock display
Auto start -up
On - Off
Day Off
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Milker cleaning time
Milker cleaning programming
Milker auto rinsing
Water filter
Machine service
X
X
X
X
X
X
Alarm history
X
X
Contrast
Color profile
X
X
X
X
SERVICE
Milker clean /Rinse
Maintenance set-up
ALARM HISTORY
DISPLAY REGULATION
MACHINE PARAMETERS
Language
Serial
Chrono
Milk pump time pre
Milk pump speed
Milk pump time post
Milk pump speed
Rinse after milk dose
Alarm detail
Temperature measure
Steam temperature
Display mix temperature
Cup warmer temperature
Led color
Serial number
Installation date
Group cycles
X
X
OWNER
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X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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CHANGE PASSWORD
X
Owner
Technician
X
X
TEST ACTUATORS
Actuators 1
Actuators 2
Actuators 3
Actuators 4
Milk pump
X
X
X
X
X
Boiler draining
X
Groups number
Barista nozzle
Milker
Milk pump
Cup warmer
Water tank
X
X
X
X
X
X
BOILER DRAINING
MACHINE CONFIGURATION
PRESET CONFIGURATION DATA
X
Preset configuration data
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INFO-RESET
INFO-RESET
READ DOSES DATA
SYSTEM DATA
A1) READ DOSES DATA (Doses counter A/B)
Info reset
Read doses data
- System data
Press the + / - keys to select the count A
or B.
Is possible read two counter A or B,
which can be use one for the total
number of the dispensed daily doses and
another for the total number of the
dispensed weekly or monthly doses .
Read doses data
Doses counter A
- Doses counter B
- Reset doses counter A
- Reset doses counter B
Doses counter A
GRX BX
XXXXX
YY
GRX
BX
XXXXX
YY
Indicates the number of the group
Indicates the number of the key
Indicates the name of the selected key
Indicates the number of cups dispensed
Press + / - to select the keys between
B1 to B7 GR1 ( LM ) first dose keys menu
B1 to B7 GR2 ( LM ) first dose keys menu
B1 to B5 GR1 ( COF and Espresso ) first dose keys menu
B1 to B5 GR2 ( COF and Espresso ) first dose keys menu
Total Dose Y
X
Last reset
YYYY - MM - DD - HH:MM
Extra milk
X
X: Indicates the n° of Extra
milk carried out
Group 1 cleaning
X
X: Indicates the n° of Group
cleaning carried out
Group 2 cleaning
X
Milker cleaning
X
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Y: Indicates the couter A o B
X: Indicates the total dose delivered
YYYY - MM - DD - HH:MM: Indicates the
date and time of the last reset doses counter.
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X: Indicates the n° of Group
cleaning carried out
X: Indicates the n° of Milker
cleaning carried out
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A2) READ DOSES DATA (Reset doses counter A/B)
Info reset
Read doses data
- System data
Press the + / - keys to select
the count A or B.
Read doses data
- Doses counter A
- Doses counter B
Reset Doses counter A
- Reset doses counter B
WITH THIS OPERATION WE
RESET ONLY THE DOSES
COUNT – EXTRA MILK
Reset Doses Counter A
Confirm reset
No
Yes
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B) INFO RESET SYSTEM DATA
Info reset
- Read doses data
System data
Group 1 cleaning
XX
Group 1 cleaning
Confirm reset
Yes
No
Group 1 cleaning X
Group 2 cleaning
XX
Group 2 cleaning
Confirm reset
Yes
No
Group 2 cleaning 0
Milker cleaning
XX
Milker cleaning
Confirm reset
Yes
No
Milker cleaning
5000 L
Water filter
XX
Water filter
Confirm reset
Yes
No
Water filter
X
Group 1 cycles
X
Group 2 cycles
X
Displayed only if the Service frequency for
water filter has been set off
Group 1 cycles
It indicates
the N° of
programmed
cycles for
service
Group 2 cycles
It indicates
the N° of
programmed
cycles for
service
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Group 1 cycles
Confirm reset
Yes
No
Displayed only if the Machine Service
parameter has been set off
XX
Group 2 cycles
Confirm reset
Yes
No
Displayed only if the Machine Service
parameter has been set off
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DOSES PROGRAMMING
PLEASE NOTE: TO ACCESS TO THE DOSES PROGRAMMING THE MACHINE MUST BE AT THE SET-UP TEMPERATURE
Press the key
and
to select the parameter and then press the key
to confirm the selection
SELECT
INFO-RESET
DOSE-PROGRAMMING
SYSTEM MANAGER
A) SET DOSES
SELECT
Set doses
BX: Selected n° key of the dose keys menù
XXXXXX: Drink name.
BX¹: Selected n°key of the first group
BX²: Selected n°key of the second group
GRX: Group number
DOSE PROGRAMMING
BX˟
BX˟
BX˟
BX˟
BX˟
XXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXX
Coffee
Coffee + Milk
GRX BX
Milk
Drink type
Disable
Based on the selected drink type,
the relevant drink name will be
shown.
Press +/- to select the drink name
from the default names list.
GRX BX Drink name
XXXXX
The heart symbol (cursor)
must be located on the
character you want to
select.
To scroll the character use
the keys (+ / - )
Press Enter key to confirm
the selection - Use key
Cut to delete a letter - Use
key Ins to insert a space
After you selected the
required name, press
Enter key, the display
shows:
To modify the drink name
press Edit key,
The display show
COFFEE BASED
DRINK NAME
Espresso
Coffee
XXXXX
> < -B-C-D-F-G-H-I-L-M-
Black coffee
Americano
Kaffee
Disable
Extramilk
Enable
MILK BASED
DRINK NAME
Espres. macchiato
Cappuccino
Latte macchiato
GRX BX
XXXXX
PRE-INFUSION
PAUSE
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Caffè latte
X ml
Xs
Milchkaffee
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GRX BX
XXXXX
COFFEE WATER VOLUME
XX ml
GRX BX
XXXXX
COFFEE TEMPERATURE
XX
GRX BX
XXXXX
STEAMED MILK PRE
XX s
MILK PUMP SPEED
XX %
GRX BX
XXXXX
FOAMED MILK PRE
XX s
MILK PUMP SPEED
XX %
GRX BX
XXXXX
PAUSE MILK-COFFEE
XX s
GRX BX
XXXXX
STEAMED MILK POS
XX s
MILK PUMP SPEED
XX %
GRX BX
XXXXX
FOAMED MILK PRE
XX s
MILK PUMP SPEED
XX %
GRX BX
XXXXX
DELIVERY TEST
NO
YES
GRX BX
XXXXX
DOSE SETTING COPY
XX
XXXXX: Drink name
XX: Water volume amount, press +/- to select
XXXXX: Drink name
XX: Temperature, press +/- to select
XXXXX: Drink name
XX: Time and percentage, press +/- to select
XXXXX: Drink name
XX: Time and percentage, press +/- to select
XXXXX: Drink name
XX: Time, press +/- to select
XXXXX: Drink name
XX: Time and percentage, press +/- to select
XXXXX: Drink name
XX: Time and percentage, press +/- to select
XXXXX: Drink name
Push illuminated key on the keyboard to
deliver the test dose
This parameter is displayed just in case of
same drink on two different groups
XXXXX: Drink name
XX: Yes or Not, press +/- to select
Drink setting temperature between 75°C and 95°C with a maximum tolerance of 7°C between drinks.
Group temperature is automatically adjusted based on the coffee temperature set into dose programming.
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DEFAULT DELIVERY SETTING
DRINK NAME KEY
Water volume
Tea 1
Tea 2
Tea 1: 2,7 s
Tea 2: 5,4 s
ON Preinfusion ml
OFF Preinfusion s
Ristretto Ristretto Espresso Espresso
X1
X2
X1
X2
30 ml
60 ml
40 ml
80 ml
3 ml
3 ml
3 ml
3 ml
2s
2s
2s
2s
Coffee
X1
Coffee
X2
120 ml
240 ml
Steamed Milk pre
Foamed Milk pre
Pause
Steamed Milk post
Foamed Milk post
Foamed Milk
DRINK NAME KEY
Water volume
Caffè Latte
Cappuccino
Latte
Macchiato
50 ml
45 ml
40 ml
ON Preinfusion ml
OFF Preinfusion s
12 s
Steamed Milk pre
Foamed Milk pre
Pause
0,1 s
Steamed Milk post
13 s
10 s
14 s
0,1 s
10 s
Foamed Milk post
Foamed Milk
PLEASE NOTE: keep pressed a key with a milk base to deliver EXTRAMILK.
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SYSTEM MANAGER
SELECT
INFO-RESET
DOSE-PROGRAMMING
SYSTEM MANAGER
System manager
- System clock programming
- Service
- Alarm history
- Display regulation
- Machine parameters
- Change password
- Test actuactors
- Boiler draining
- Machine configuration
- Preset configuration data
Press the key
to confirm entering the desired environment.
Press the key
to exit.
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SYSTEM CLOCK PROGRAMMING
System manager
System clock programming
- Service
- Alarm history
- Display regulation
- Machine parameters
- Change password
- Test actuactors
- Boiler draining
- Machine configuration
- Preset configuration data
Press the key +/- to program the date ( YY-MM-DD)
and the time ( DAY HH:MM )
System clock programming
YY - MM - DD DAY HH:MM
-- / -- / ---- / -- : --
Clock display
Disable
The Clock will not be dispayed
Enable
Auto Start-up
Disable
Enable
ON
XX:XX
Press the keys + / - to program the
automatic switch ON and OFF
OFF
XX:XX
Press the keys + / - to program the machine
days off. ( Sunday – Monday etc. )
It is possible to program maximum 3 days off.
Day Off
1- OFF
2- OFF
3- OFF
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SERVICE
System manager
- System clock programming
Service
- Alarm history
- Display regulation
- Machine parameters
- Change password
- Test actuactors
- Boiler draining
- Machine configuration
- Preset configuration data
Service
Milker Clean/Rinse
- Maintenance set-up
-
Milker Clean/Rinse
Milker Clean/Rinse
Service
- Milker cleaning time
- Milker cleaning programming
- Milker auto rinsing
Milker Clean/Rinse
- Maintenance set-up
Milker cleaning time
Milker Clean/Rinse
Milker cleaning time
- Milker cleaning programming
- Milker auto rinsing
Cleaning time
Frequency
OFF
Enable
Press the keys + / - to program
at what time ( - - / - - ) the
display will show group - milker
cleaning message.
It is possible to program 3
different times
1
HH:MM
--/--
1DD
2
HH:MM
Off
3
HH:MM
Off
Stop drink selection
T.O. Stop drink
xx min.
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If the time out (xx
min – 0 ÷ 180) of
the "stop drink
select" is
programmed, the
keyboard is
disabled when the
time out set has
elapsed
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Milker cleaning programming
Milker Clean/Rinse
Variable
Value :
+/-
- Milker cleaning time
Milker cleaning programming
- Milker auto rinsing
Cleanig time
XXs
Milk pump speed
100%
80 - 300s
Milker auto rinsing
Milker Clean/Rinse
- Milker cleaning time
- Milker cleaning programming
Milker auto rinsing
Disable
Enable
T.O. After milk X min
X: 1 - 60 min.
T.O. Repetitions X min
X: 1 - 180 min.
Milk pump speed X %
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Maintenance set-up
Maintenance set-up
Service
- Water filter
- Machine service
- Milker Clean/Rinse
Maintenance set-up
Water filter
Maintenance set-up
Water filter
- Machine service
Press + / - to program the number of liters
before display the alarm
Off – 5000 L
Water Filter
XXXX L
Enter
Press + / - to program the annual clock rate
Water filter maintenance
Off – 4 per year
Water filter
Service frequency
OFF
Service frequency
X per year
Enter
Press + / - if you want change the
maintenance day
Next maintenance
YYYY- MM - DD
Machine service
Maintenance set-up
- Water filter
Machine service
Inspection month
Off
Next Inspection
YYYY- MM - DD
Service frequency
1-per year
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Inspection month
XXXXXX
Press + / - if you want
change the inspection day
Press + / - to program the
annual clock rate
maintenance:
1 to 4 per year
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ALARM HISTORY
1 - 10: is the sequence number of the alarm
X: repetition number
JJ: is the code of the alarm
YYYYY: is the description of the alarm
Z: is the number of times the alarm occurred in a row ( 2 - 255 )
System manager
- System clock programming
- Service
Alarm history
- Display regulation
- Machine parameters
- Change password
- Test actuactors
- Boiler draining
- Machine configuration
- Preset configuration data
YY-MM-DD: Indicates the date of the alarm .
HH:MM: Indicates the clock of the alarm
: indicates that the alarm
has already been inspected
by technician
Alarm history
1
X – JJ YYYYY Z
YY-MM-DD HH:MM
1
Alarm history
X – JJ YYYYY Z 
YY-MM-DD HH:MM
Alarm history
10
X – JJ YYYYY Z
YY-MM-DD HH:MM
PLEASE NOTE: the maximum alarm number the machine can save is 10.
DISPLAY REGULATION
System manager
- System clock programming
- Service
- Alarm history
Display regulation
- Machine parameters
- Change password
- Test actuactors
- Boiler draining
- Machine configuration
- Preset configuration data
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Contrast
XX
Press the key (+) and (-) to
adjust the display contrast.
Color profile
X
Press the key (+) and (-) to
change the display color
X: 0 to 3
Led color
RED GREEN BLUE
10
10
10
Led colors can be modified
by RGB parameters from 0
to 100.
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MACHINE PARAMETERS
PLEASE NOTE: some of the following parameters may not be displayed depending to the machine configuration
previously programmed.
System manager
- System clock programming
- Service
- Alarm history
- Display regulation
Machine parameters
- Change password
- Test actuactors
- Boiler draining
- Machine configuration
- Preset configuration data
English
Deutsch
Danish
Norwegian
Espanol
Nederlands
Language
Polski
Japanese
Italiano
In dose program menu will be activated
the relevant parameters
Disable
Serial
I/O Hartwall
1200
I/O 9600
Recive time-out
0,500 m.sec
For I/O 18 - 26 Relais
or PC cable 1200 Baud rate
For PC cable 9600 Baud rate
0.020 msec. / 5 000 msec
Variable Value : + / -
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Waiting time
Coffee dose A-B
Xx min.
10min.
Additional coffee water
Xx ml.
2ml.
0-60min.
With these two parameters it is possible to set an
additional water amount for the first coffee
dispensed after a settable time out (default
values are respectively 10minutes and 2ml).
Time out starts after a coffee dispensing, a group
rinsing or cleaning cycle.
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PLEASE NOTE: some of the following parameters may not be displayed depending to the machine configuration
previously programmed.
Enable
Disable
Chrono
Variable Value: + / -
Milk pump time pre
1.0 Sec.
Milk pump speed
XX %
0-10 Sec.
Milk pump time post
1.5 Sec.
Milk pump speed
XX %
0-10 Sec.
Rinse after
milk dose
Enable
Disable
Alarm detail
Temperature measure
Enable
1 -10 sec.
Waiting time Milk dose
A - B 2 min.
0 - 60 min.
Additional milk 1 sec.
1 - 10 sec.
Alarms visualized with mumber
and descriptions
Disable
Alarms visualized only with
number
C°
Celsius or Centigrade
F°
Steam temperature
124° C
Display mix temper.
Pause after milk 3 sec.
Fahrenheit
Variable Value:
+/-
110 - 126 °C
Enable
Disable
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Cup warmer temperature
60° C
45 - 70 °C
Serial number
Set the serial number of the machine
XXXXXX
Press + / - to modify the machine
installation date
Installation date
YY / MM / DD
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CHANGE PASSWORD
System manager
- System clock programming
- Service
- Alarm history
- Display regulation
- Machine parameters
Change password
- Test actuactors
- Boiler draining
- Machine configuration
- Preset configuration data
XXXXXX Indicate the user (Owner - Service Roaster - Technician) you want change the
password
YYYYY Indicate the password you want to
change
Use the dose key to modify the password
(see the drawing below)
Change password
User
- Technician
XXXXXXX
YYYYY
Please confirm
PLEASE NOTE:
THE FIRST DIGIT OF THE
PASSWORDS CAN NOT BE MODIFY
Following Password can be modify
Entered
Password
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User
Technician
User
X
X
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Technician
X
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TEST ACTUATORS
System manager
- System clock programming
- Service
- Alarm history
- Display regulation
- Machine parameters
- Change password
Test actuators
- Boiler draining
- Machine configuration
- Preset configuration data
Test actuators
- Actuators 1
- Actuators 2
- Actuators 3
- Actuators 4
- Milk pump
Actuators 1
PRESS A DOSE KEYS BETWEEN B1
TO B7 TO ACTIVATE THE ACTUATOR
THAT YOU WISH TO CHECK.
PRESS THE SAME DOSE KEY TO
STOP THE ACTIVATED ACTUATOR
FROM WORKING.
Test actuators
Actuators 1
- Actuators 2
- Actuators 3
- Actuators 4
- Milk pump
Test actuators
B1¹
B2¹
B4¹
B6¹
B7¹
THE THREE DIGITS N°. ( Imp.yyy)
NEXT TO GROUP SOLENOID VALVE
INDICATES THE FLOW METER
COUNTING.
Water pump
Fil.-up water S.V.
Group 1 S.V.
xx Imp.yyy
Mix Gr 1 S.V.
xx °C
Group 1 heater
xx °C
Actuators 2
Test actuators
- Actuators 1
Actuators 2
- Actuators 3
- Actuators 4
- Milk pump
Test actuators
B1¹
B2¹
B1²
B2²
B4²
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Press a dose keys
between B1 to B7 to
activate the actuator
that you wish to chek.
Press the same dose
key to stop it working.
XX: indicate the value
Boiler heater
xx °C
Cup warmer
xx °C
Group 2 S.V.
xx Imp.yyy
Mix Gr 2 S.V.
xx °C
Group 2 heater
xx °C
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Actuators 3
Test actuators
- Actuators 1
- Actuators 2
Actuators 3
- Actuators 4
- Milk pump
PRESS A DOSE KEYS BETWEEN B1
TO B7 TO ACTIVATE THE ACTUATOR
THAT YOU WISH TO CHECK.
PRESS THE SAME DOSE KEY TO
STOP THE ACTIVATED ACTUATOR
FROM WORKING.
Test actuators
B1¹ Hot water
B2¹ Mixer tea S.V.
B4¹ Aux S.V.
Actuators 4
Test actuators
- Actuators 1
- Actuators 2
- Actuators 3
Actuators 4
- Milk pump
Press a dose keys
between B1 to B7 to
activate the actuator
that you wish to chek.
Press the same dose
key to stop it working.
XX: indicate the value
Test actuators
B1¹
B2¹
B4¹
B6¹
B7¹
Steam milker S.V.
Air milker S.V.
Rinse milker S.V.
Steam nozzle S.V.
Nozzle air S.V.
xx °C
Milk pump
Test actuators
- Actuators 1
- Actuators 2
- Actuators 3
- Actuators 3
Milk pump
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Test actuators
Milk pump
X%
Charge
T1 changedirection
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Keep pressed the + key
to increase the milk
pump speed.
Keep pressed the – key
to decrease the milk
pump speed.
Press the B1 to change
the milk pump spin
direction
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BOILER DRAINING
System manager
- System clock programming
- Service
- Alarm history
- Display regulation
- Machine parameters
- Change password
- Test actuators
Boiler draining
- Machine configuration
- Preset configuration data
CLOSE THE INLET WATER FROM
THE TAP
Boiler draining
B1¹ To drain
PRESS B1¹, EXIT THE MENU AND
SWITCH OFF THE MACHINE
Press the key B1¹ to drain
the boiler until the water
will stop coming out from
groups
PRESS THE KEY B1¹ TO
INTERRUPT THE
PROCEDURE
Remove the drip tray, open the tap
over the draining tray and close it
when there is not water anymore
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MACHINE CONFIGURATION
System manager
Machine configuration
Groups number
X
- System clock programming
- Service
- Alarm history
- Display regulation
- Machine parameters
- Change password
- Test actuators
- Boiler draining
Machine configuration
- Preset configuration data
Use: + / - keys to enable or
disable the Barista nozzle
Machine configuration
Barista nozzle
XXXXX
Enable
Disable
Use: + / - keys to enable or
disable the Milker
Machine configuration
Milker
XXXXX
Enable
Disable
Use: + / - keys to enable or
disable the Milk pump
Machine configuration
Milk pump
XXXXX
Enable
Disable
Use: + / - keys to enable or
disable the Cup warmer
Machine configuration
Cup warmer
XXXXX
Enable
Disable
Use: + / - keys to enable or
disable the Water tank
Machine configuration
Water tank
XXXXX
Enable
Disable
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PRESET CONFIGURATION DATA
System manager
- System clock programming
- Service
- Alarm history
- Display regulation
- Machine parameters
- Change password
- Test actuators
- Boiler draining
- Machine configuration
Preset configuration data
The Technician or Factory preset can be
carried out only with Technician
password.
With Service password can be carried
out only the Service preset.
Service
Technician
Preset configuration
XXXXX
Factory
Preset configuration
Please confirm
Yes/No
WARNING :
Press +/- to select
YES
- With the SERVICE preset will be reseted only
the service accessible parameters.
- With the TECHNICIAN preset will be reseted all
parameters except the Machine Configuration
parameters.
Preset configuration
Please wait
- With the FACTORY preset will be reseted all
parameters included the Machine Configuration
parameters.
Select the
machine
configuration
Machine parameters
PLEASE NOTE: in case you cannot access to the Preset configuration data via keypad you can
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS FOR MACHINE CALIBRATION
Only Assistance Service personnel authorised by Carimali Spa. are permitted to enable the use of these functions.
1) Calibrating the coffee dispensing pressure (pump pressure)
To adjust the pump pressure insert the filter holder filled with properly ground, pressed coffee dose.
Press a coffee dose key and read the pressure in the pressure gauge.
N.B. The correct pressure is 8/9 bars.
If the gauge shows an incorrect pressure, remove the drip tray, then the front panel and calibrate the pump by turning the
adjustment, clockwise to increase the pump pressure or anticlockwise to reduce pressure.
Once the adjustment is completed, test the pressure calibration by dispensing one or more coffees.
2) Calibrating the steam boiler temperature probe
The working temperature of the steam boiler (110°C/230°F – 126°C/258,8°F) is controlled by a probe, to adjust it follow the
instructions in SYSTEM MANAGER paragraph.
3) Foam setting
The milk frother and barista steam wand is equipped with a FOAM REGULATOR which sets the quantity of air needed for
whisking milk. Turn the ring nut clockwise for thicker foam (small bubbles), or turn it anticlockwise for more voluminous foam
(large bubbles).
MILKER
FOAM REGULATOR
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FOAM REGULATOR
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4) Milk temperature setting
The milk frother is equipped with a MILK TEMPERATURE REGULATOR which reduces the quantity of sucked milk.
Turn the ring nut clockwise to increase temperature, or turn it anticlockwise to decrease temperature (see diagram).
5) Preset Machine configuration
With this function, all the set up values, machine counters dose setting and password take the default values set up by factory.
To perform the Preset Machine configuration refer to page 36.
In case there is not way to preset the machine via the standard procedure, follow the following instructions:
Before starting the procedure, disconnect the boiler temperature probe. To do that disconnect either the connector CN18 on
master pcb (open the electronic box under the drip tray), or the temperature probe placed on top of the boiler (remove the cover
of the machine). To preset the machine switch it OFF by pressing I.G. main switch, then keep pressed the key
and switch
the machine ON by pressing the main switch (I.G.) until "Preset Machine configuration" will be displayed on the screen.
PLEASE NOTE: by using the following devices it is possible to upgrade the software.

ST-LINK/V2 for display PCB board
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UPGRADE DIVA SOFTWARE
A FAST ILLUSTRATE GUIDE FOR SHOWING HOW UPGRADE SOFTWARE ON DIVA COFFEE MACHINE.
Go on Carimali official website and download from the
website the compress folder.
Decompress and open the folder.
1)
MASTER PCB
Use AVR programming KIT to upload software on master PCB. See procedure in relevant manual LB.00145
2)

DISPLAY PCB
If the machine has release V1.05A or lower, you have to first install the BOOTLOADER by using ST LINK programmer
and ten upgrade software by following procedure at point 2.2)
If the machine has release V1.06 or higher, you can upgrade software by following procedure at point 2.2)

2.1) Install the BOOTLOADER (only for machine having release V1.05A or lower)
Use ST LINK programming KIT to upload the BOOTLOADER software on display PCB. See procedure in relevant manual
LB.05104
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2.2) UPGRADE SOFTWARE ON DISPLAY PCB WITH THE USB FLASH KEY (only for machine whit software V1.06 or higher)
2.2.1) Now pick and USB key and format in FAT file type .
(you can control in propriety of Your USB Key)
2.2.2.)Now open the USB Key and
create a folder, folder name must be
Diva.
2.2.3) Create a new folder inside
folder Diva, folder name must be
DivaLcd.
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2.2.4) Now you have to copy the file DivaLcdXXX.bin inside of the folder Diva\DivaLcd.
Then rename the file as follow:
DivaLcd.bin (you have to delete the release
number)
USB – Micro USB cable 96.05411
Now connect USB key with an USB – Micro USB cable just like in the photo on
the left. If you need this type of cable the code is: 96.05411
Turn on the machine, then the new software
Will be automatically uploaded
During this phase the display shows in sequences
the following messages:
USB FOUND
FLASH PROGRAMMING
REMOVE USB KEY
After that turn off the machine, remove the USB
key and cable adaptor, close the RH bodywork and
turn the machine on.
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SECURITY AND ALARMS
1)
FILLING UP TIME OUT
32 FILLING UP T.O.
This alarm is visualized on display by code 32
Causes: the stage of boiler fillings has exceeded the maximum time of 7 minutes as a first filling, the others will take 2 minutes;
the level of the probe (SLC) has not been reached.
Result: the machine is OFF, and an alarm message appears on the display
Solution: carry out the following controls.
1) Level probe (SLC) is dirty, so isolated from the water (the complete filling of the boiler is checked)
2) no water from mains
3) low water pressure
4) faulty motor pump
5) faulty filler solenoid valve
6) incorrect electrical connections (level probe (SLC) check cord)
7) PC board relè
To reset the alarm switch the machine OFF and then ON again
2) STEAM TEMPERATURE
38 STEAM TEMPERATURE
This alarm is visualized on display by code 38
Result: the machine is OFF, and an alarm message appears on the display
First case: the temperature inside the boiler has reached the limit value of 129°C (264.2°F) or more.
Result: boiler heating is interrupted and all dose buttons are disabled.
Solution: turn OFF the machine. Replace the electromagnetic switch as its contacts might get stuck. Turn the machine ON.
Second case: the temperature probe is defective. The probe sends the following signal to the pcb: 0 Ohm (short circuit)..
Result: boiler heating is interrupted and all dose buttons are disabled.
Solution: turn OFF the machine. Replace the temperature probe. Turn the machine ON.
Third case: the temperature probe is defective. The probe sends the following signal to the pcb: 154 Ohm (open circuit)
Result: boiler heating is interrupted and all dose buttons are disabled.
Solution: turn OFF the machine. Replace the temperature probe. Turn the machine ON.
3) FLOW METER
42 FLOW METER
This alarm is visualized on display by code 42
Cause: the volume meter is not sending signals to the control unit within a time-out of 5 seconds.
Result: delivery continues up to a time-out of 240 seconds or until the selected key is pressed,
Solution: carry out the following controls.
1) No water from mains (coffee is not dispensed)
2) Clogged group (coffee is not dispensed)
3) Faulty group solenoid valve (coffee is not dispensed)
4) Clogged entrance filters (coffee is not dispensed)
5) Blocked or faulty flow meter (coffee dispensed continuously)
6) Faulty electrical connection (coffee dispensed continuously).
Note: If the coffee is dispensed continuously, use the machine as if it were manual: press the required key to start up the dose,
then press the same key to stop the dose being dispensed, after checking the amount in the cup.
If dispensing continues until the above mentioned time-out of 120 seconds, the dispensing will be stopped and display shows:
The message signals that a time-out problem of the flow meter occurred.
At the next dose the message will be cancelled if dispensing is carried out correctly.
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4) GRX INFUSION T.O.
42 GRX INFUSION T.O.
This alarm is visualized on display by code 42
The message signals that a time-out problem of the flowmeter occurred.
At the next dose the message will be cancelled if dispensing is carried out correctly.
5) STEAM HEATER TIME OUT
34 STEAM HEATER T.O.
This alarm is visualized on display by code 34
It indicates that the heating up stage of the coffee boiler has exceeded 12’ time-out, verify:
1)
Faulty temperature probe
2)
Temperature probe stopped
3)
Faulty relay
4)
The steam boiler safety thermostat has deactivated
5)
Faulty master board
5) STEAM NOZZLE TEMPERATURE
36 STEAM NOZZLE
TEMPERATURE
This alarm is visualized on display by code 36
Cause: The Barista steam probe is not sending signals to the control unit
Result: The Barista steam wand works without probe control use it by pressing the push button and press it again to stop the
steam delivery
Solution: carry out the following controls.
1 Steam probe is earthen
2 Steam probe is disconnected
3 Faulty control unit
6) GRX TEMPERATURE
49/50 GRX TEMPERATURE
This alarm is visualized on display by code:


1.
2.
3.
49 for Group 1
50 for Group 2
First case: the temperature probe is defective. The probe sends the following signal to the pcb: 0 Ohm.
To check the temperature the probe sends to the pcb press key no. 15 without any smart card into the slot
Result: boiler heating is interrupted and the buttons of coffee-based, coffee+ milk-based and filter drinks are disabled.
Solution: turn OFF the machine. Replace the temperature probe. Turn the machine ON.
Second case: the temperature probe is defective. The probe sends the following signal to the pcb:
154 Ohm (short circuit).
To check the temperature the probe sends to the pcb press key no. 15 without any smart card into the slot
Result: boiler heating is interrupted and the buttons of coffee-based, coffee+ milk-based and filter drinks are disabled.
Solution: Turn OFF the machine. Replace the temperature probe. Turn the machine ON.
Third case: Faulty control unit
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7) GRX MIX TEMPERATURE
52/53 GRX MIX
TEMPERATURE
This alarm is visualized on display by code:


52 for Group 1
53 for Group 2
Cause: The mix temperature probe is not sending signals to the control unit
Result: There is not any mix control
Solution: carry out the following controls.
1 Steam probe is earthen
2 Steam probe is disconnected
3 Faulty control unit
8) CUP WARMER TEMPERATURE
37 CUP WARMER
TEMPERATURE
This alarm is visualized on display by code 37
Cause: The cup warmer temperature of the heating element is not warming up
Result: Cold cup warmer
Solution: carry out the following controls.
1 Heating element disconnected
2 Faulty heating element
3 Faulty control unit
9) CHECK FLOW LINES GRX
35 CHECK FLOW LINES
GRX
This alarm is visualized on display by code:


35 for Group 1
35 for Group 2
Cause: It indicates that when the machine is in stand-by there is a leakage from the coffee hydraulic circuit.
Result: the machine is OFF.
Check the following:
1) leakage from the expansion valve
2) leakage from the third way of the coffee group solenoid valve.
3) leakage from the tubes of the coffee hydraulic circuit
4) leakage from the no-return valve fitted on flow meter
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10) CHANGE WATER FILTER
90 CHANGE WATER
FILTER
This alarm is visualized on display by code 90
Cause: the flowmeter has reached the maximum value of XXXXX litres of previously programmed water, which may be
dispensed.
Result: none.
Solution: renew the softener salts. To cancel the alarm, see the Info -Reset paragraph for further information.
Note: this alarm does not block dispensing. The softener alarm can be excluded by setting the litre value to zero (see Service –
Maintenance set-up paragraph).
11) MAINTENANCE
92 MAINTENANCE
This alarm is visualised on display by code 92
Cause: the machine has reached the number of programmed cycles or the inspection date (see Service chapter).
Result: none.
Solution: check or/and replace the wear parts and cancel the alarm following the procedure of the chapter Info reset.
12) CORRUPTED DATA
60 CORRUPTED DATA
This alarm is visualized on display by code 60
First case: This alarm is visualized during machine functioning
Cause: incorrect operating data in machine memory.
Result: machine shutdown.
Solution: carry out the following controls.
1) Verify programming data relevant to the operation that is being carried out. They might be varied and therefore the
machine does not recognise the new data.
2) Carry out “PARAMETERS PRESET” procedure (see chapter system programming configuration data preset).
Second case: software programming values or data incorrect, data inserted by means of P.C. programming incorrect.
Result: machine shutdown.
Solution:
1) Carry out “PRESET CONFIGURATION DATA” procedure
2) Insert new software by means of P.C.
13) CLOCK ERROR
63 CLOCK ERROR
This alarm is visualized on display by code 63
Solution: check the following:
a) run down battery
b) faulty master board
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SPECIAL MAINTENANCE
Routine maintenance must be carried out daily by authorized staff as specified in the specific chapters for instructions of the
machine.
Cleaning of the coffee outlet by means of the specially provided brush is part of the daily maintenance.
Special maintenance must be carried out periodically by the Carimali authorized service centre in the following way:
Replace filter holder gasket every 3-6 months
Replace the steam-water valve gasket every 6 months
Replace the steam nozzle joint gasket every 6-12 months
To reach the pump, the boiler heater, and the expansion valve, remove the cup warming cover and both side panel of the
machine.
To reach the groups solenoid valves, remove the drip tray and the front panel.
To reach the flow meter, and exchanger, remove the cup warming cover.
To reach the control unit, remove the drip tray and the top cover of the electrical box.
To reach the display board, remove the small cup warmer cover and the frame cover.
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The Carimali product you have purchased is subject to Directive 2002/96/EC of the European Parliament
and the Council of the European Union on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) and, in
jurisdictions adopting that Directive, is marked as being put on the market after August 13, 2005, and
should not be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste. For further information please contact Carimali
The manufacturer reserves the right to change, without prior notice, the specifications of the equipment
illustrated in this publication; the manufacturer declines all responsibility for any mistakes due to printing
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Tabella Revisioni
LB .05099.00
LB .05099.01
LB .05099.02
DATE
30/07/2015
02/12/2015
18/10/2016
NOTE
First issue
Aggiornamento grafica display
Aggiornamento SW con chiavetta
Revisionato da:
Alberto Conti
Riccardo Rossi
Davide Cattaneo
The manager
Maurizio Boffelli
Firma del Responsabile della Documentazione
LB.05099.02
Pag. 46
18/10/16
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