Product dimensions and information
Saeco
Intelia
Evo OTC
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HD8753
Product dimensions (L x D x H): 256 x 340 x 444 mm
Coffee bean capacity: 300 gr
Waste container capacity: 10 servings
Water tank capacity: 1.5 L
Maximum cup height: 130 mm
Product weight: 8.9 kg
First time use: Machine needs to be installed and primed.
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Insert the drip tray.
Rinse and fill the water tank with fresh water up to the MAX level.
Pour coffee beans into the coffee bean hopper.
Insert the plug at the back. Switch the power on the back button to “I”.
To turn on the machine, press the “ON/OFF ” button on the front.
The display will indicate you have to prime the circuit.
Place a container under the hot water dispenser.
Press the Espresso button to start the priming. After this he machine starts heating
up and performs an automatic rinse cycle trough the coffee dispensing spout.
Perform a manual rinse by dispensing some hot water and brew a pre-ground
coffee without adding coffee.
Buttons and symbols:
• Grind settings:
Espresso
button
ON/OFF
button
Coffee
button
Aroma/ preground coffee
button
Menu
button
Special
drinks
button
Cappuccino button
The grinder can be set with the grinder
adjustment key. There are 5 settings.
Adjust while the machine is grinding.
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Water pressure in pump: 15 bar
Supported coffee types: Ground coffee
and Whole coffee beans
Milk carafe
Milk carafe capacity 0.5 L
Prime the circuit:
To get air out of the internal circuit the
system needs to be primed.
Prime the system when the machine indicates this, it will
show this symbol in the display. Insert the hot water
dispensing spout and press the Espresso button to start.
You can also manually prime the circuit at any time by
dispensing some hot water.
Brew group:
How to remove:
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Remove the coffee grounds drawer and open the service
door.
Remove and clean the coffee residues drawer.
To remove the brew group, press the PUSH button and
pull it out by its handle.
Coarse grind: lighter taste, for dark roasted
coffee blends
Fine grind: bolder taste, for
light roasted coffee blends.
Machine Settings:
• Memo setting, cup volume.
Espresso/Coffee/Cappuccino button can be
adjusted and set to your preference.
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Place a cup under the dispensing spout.
Press and hold the espresso/coffee button until the
“MEMO” icon is displayed. Then release the button.
Press the Espresso button when the desired amount
is reached. Also when adjusting the coffee/
cappuccino button.
Aroma Setting:
3 strength choices are possible by pressing
the “Aroma" button
= mild aroma
= medium aroma
= strong aroma
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= pre-ground coffee
• Water hardness setting:
The water hardness can be measured with
the supplied tester strip.
1. Immerse the strip 1 sec. in water.
2. Check how many squares have changed to
red and consult the table.
3. The numbers on the strip correspond to the
water hardness adjustment settings.
4. To set the hardness on the machine; Press the
Menu button  scroll with the aroma
button until the hardness setting appears and
select the number.
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How to insert, set in rest position:
Important! If the brew group does not stand in the rest
position, it cannot be reinserted.
How to set the brew group in the rest position:
1. The lever must be in contact with the brew group base.
Push it down.
2. The two arrow heads on the side of the brew group will
now match.
3. The locking hook on the side of the brew group needs to
be in uppermost position. Push it upwards until you hear a
soft click.
Cleaning and Maintenance:
• Cleaning Milk Carafe
Daily; Rinse it for hygiene and to ensure perfect milk froth.
Weekly: Detach all parts and clean thoroughly.
Monthly: Clean the Milk Carafe with the Saeco Milk Circuit
Cleaner CA6705.
• Empty/clean internal and external drip tray:
Empty the drip tray each time the ‘drip tray full’
indicator pops up through the drip tray cover.
• Brew group cleaning.
• Empty Coffee ground container.
Support movies available within the FAQ’s; how to lubricate/clean.
Always empty the container when the message ‘empty coffee
ground container’ is displayed. Always perform the activity when the
machine is switched ON.
• Descaling
Descale the machine when the calc clean symbol appears.
Only use the Philips/Saeco decalcifier CA6700.
It takes approx. 35 min. Finish the complete descale process till
the end without interruption.
The complete process consists of 3 cycles; One descaling cycle with the
specific decalcifier and two rinsing cycles with fresh water.
Detach Milk carafe :
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Press the release buttons to
remove the lid.
Turn the milk carafe dispenser
up to the () reference mark.
Lift the milk carafe dispenser
to remove it from the lid. The
milk carafe dispenser consists
of seven pieces.
Disassemble the milk carafe
dispenser by following the
pictures A-G.
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Filter installation/replacement:
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Every time when installing or replacing a filter, this
new filter must be activated in the machine menu.
Activate new filter: Press the Menu button  scroll by
pressing the Aroma button until Water Filter ON/OFF is
displayed  Select ON and confirm with the Aroma button
 Press the ON/OFF button to exit the menu.
Replace new filter: Press the Menu button
 scroll by
pressing the Aroma button until Water Filter ON/OFF/RESET is
displayed  Select RESET and confirm with the Aroma
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button
 Press the ON/OFF button to exit the menu.
Clean the brew group weekly. Take it out and wash it with fresh,
lukewarm water. Clean monthly with the coffee oil remover
tablet CA6704.
Lubricate the brew group once a month or if needed after
cleaning. Use Saeco grease HD5061.
• Cleaning the coffee duct outlet (coffee funnel):
Clean the coffee duct outlet every time you clean
the brew group. Take out the brew group and clean
the coffee duct outlet with a spoon handle.
Compact description descaling process
Start descaling:
1. Press the Menu button and select CACL CLEAN.
Descaling cycle:
2. Empty the water tank, remove the filter if placed, and pour the entire bottle of Saeco
descaler in it. Top up with fresh water till the MAX level.
3. Empty the drip tray and coffee ground container.
4. Place a bowl underneath the steam/hot water wand and the dispensing spout.
5. Fill half of the Milk carafe with water and insert it into the machine with the slide open.
6. Press the Espresso button to start the descaling cycle.
7. The machine will start dispensing the descaling solution at intervals. The bar on the
display shows the progress.
8. When the mixture of descaling solution and water has been used up, the Water tank
empty symbol appears on the display.
Rinsing Cycle:
9. Rinse and fill the water tank with fresh water up to the MAX level and place it back.
10. Empty the drip tray and place it back. Rinse the Milk carafe and fill it up to the half
with fresh water and place it back.
11. Place back the bowl underneath the steam/hot water wand and the dispensing
spout.
12. Press the Espresso button to start the rinsing cycle. The display shows the progress.
13. When the Water tank empty symbol appears, refill the water tank with fresh water to
the MAX level. Place it back.
14. Press the Espresso button to start the second rinsing cycle.
15. When the descaling process is finished, the display shows END.
16. If the END symbol does not appear, the water tank has not been filled up to the MAX.
repeat
steps
13 -14 again until END appears.
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Trouble shoot:
Error message (E01/E03/E04/E05/E14)
E01: Take out the brew group and unblock/clean the coffee duct outlet (coffee funnel). Clean and re-grease the brew group before placing it back.
E03/E04: Clean and re-grease the brew group. Make sure the brew group is in rest position before placing it back.
E05: 1). Try to prime the machine by dispensing some hot water. 2.) The steam wand is clogged with dirt, clean it with a pin. 3). When using an extra water filter, remove this filter
from the water tank and turn the machine OFF and back ON. 4). Take out and place back the water tank a few times.
E14: Switch OFF the machine and let it cool down for one hour.
Alarm message “Change filter” does not disappear, but the filter has been changed: The new filter has to be confirmed in the machine menu; Press the Menu button  scroll
by pressing the Aroma button until Water Filter ON/OFF/RESET is displayed  Select RESET and confirm with the Aroma button  Press the ON/OFF button to exit.
Alarm message “Empty coffee ground container” does not disappear, but the container has been emptied: 1). Always empty the container when the machine is switched ON
and when the Empty coffee ground container symbol appears. Otherwise the machine does not register it is emptied. 2). Do not place the ground container back too fast.
Wait until the Insert coffee ground container symbol appears.
There is water under the machine (machine is leaking): This can have different causes; 1). The drip tray is too full and overflowed during brewing or the descaling process.
Always check the ’drip tray full’ indicator before brewing a coffee and empty the drip tray before you start descaling. 2). Check if the water tank is leaking. 3). The brew group
or the drains may be blocked, clean the brew group and the inside of the machine.
Cannot insert/remove the brew group:
Cannot insert: 1). Make sure the brew group is set in the rest position before placing it back. 2.) If still not possible to insert; place back the drip tray including coffee ground
container, close service door, switch ON and back OFF the machine. Try again to insert the brew group.
Cannot remove: 1). Check if the machine is still in the descaling process, if yes then first finish the descaling. If not, place back the drip tray including coffee ground container,
close service door, switch ON and back OFF the machine. Try again to remove the brew group.
The drip tray fills up quite fast: It is normal for the drip tray to fill up quickly and does not directly concern a defect. During use, the internal circuits are rinsed with water that
automatically ends up in the drip tray. Empty the drip tray frequently and when the ‘drip tray full’ indicator pops up through the drip tray cover.
The machine is not grinding the beans: 1). Clean the coffee duct outlet and brew group. 2). The grinder can be blocked. Take out all beans, place the suction tube of a
vacuum cleaner on top of the grinder to vacuum all loose particles. 3). Change the grind setting to a courser setting.
The coffee pucks are wet, and/or there is water in the coffee ground container: The consistency of the coffee pucks is related to the settings of the machine, and does not
directly point to a machine defect. Expect watery coffee pucks or some extra water in the coffee ground container: 1). During first time use as auto-dosing system is still
adapting. 2). After switching to a different blend of coffee beans or adjusting the grind settings, just brew some extra cups. 3). After changing machine settings as; grind setting,
coffee volume and aroma setting. As a coarse grind setting, higher coffee volume or a lighter aroma setting will lead to a waterier coffee puck.
The coffee/milk temperature is not hot enough: Adjust the coffee temperature in the Menu settings, options are MAX/ MED/MIN. Press the Menu button  scroll to temp. setting
and select MAX. 1). Pre-heat the cups and use thin walled cups . 2). Adding cold milk or warm frothed milk, in both cases the temperature will decrease to some extent.
No coffee or only some drops of coffee are being dispensed (not first time use)/ The coffee is getting watery: This can have different causes; 1). The grinder is blocked; clean
the coffee bean container and coffee duct outlet. 2). Polluted/not well greased brew group; clean the brew group and make sure it is well greased. 3). Grind setting is set too
fine; change the grinder to a course setting. 4). Extra water filter not well placed (optional); Remove the extra water filter and try to make a coffee. If this works replace the
filter. 5). Air in the internal circuit; prime the circuit by dispensing some hot water. 6). Lime scale is causing a blockage; if the machine has not yet been descaled, descale the
machine.
There is coffee powder under the brew group/in the interior: Because of the fineness of the ground coffee powder, some coffee powder residues in the interior and under the
brew group are normal. If there is a lot of coffee powder, the piston of the brew group is not well greased, clean and grease the brew group.
Why doesn't the Milk Carafe froth the milk?: 1). Make sure the milk dispensing spout is completely pulled out. 2). Make sure the suction tube is well attached and the Milk Carafe
is well attached to the machine. 3). Clean the Milk Carafe thoroughly, detach and clean it with warm water. 4). Clean the Milk Carafe with the Saeco Milk Circuit Cleaner
CA6705.
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