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Operating instructions
Dear Küppersbusch Customer,
Thank you for deciding to buy one of our products. Your appliance meets high standards,
and operation is simple. Even so, take your time when reading these operating instructions. By
doing so, you will become familiar with your appliance for optimum and trouble-free utilisation.
Please note the safety instructions.
Modifications
Text, illustrations and data are consistent with the technical status of the appliance at the time
when these operating instructions went to press. The manufacturers reserve the right to make
modifications in accordance with further developments.
Symbols used
Identifies all instructions that are important to safety.
Failure to observe these instructions can lead to injury, damage to the device or
to the system!
Ñ
n
Denotes steps that must be taken in sequence
Denotes a listing
Denotes useful tips
Scope
These operating instructions apply to the following models:
Model
ID code
EKV6600, EKV6700
702832, 702914
Variations in the model are referred to in the text.
Contents
Safety instructions
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Description of appliance
Initial Operation
Operating- and display elements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Behind the operating panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Behind the service door. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Water hardness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Filling the watertank. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Filling coffee beans. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching on the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Venting the system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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User Settings/Programming
Preparing coffee
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AromaControl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Espresso. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Cappuccino . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Drawing hot water/steam
Care and maintenance
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Watertank/Bean container. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Drip tray/Coffee-grounds container . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coffee spout. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Nozzle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Brewing group. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Descaling
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Cleaning cycle
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Rectifying faults yourself
20
Technical specifications
21
Disposal
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Küppersbusch Customer Service
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Safety instructions
The appliance is designed in accordance with acknowledged rules applicable
to engineering and the relevant safety regulations. To prevent damage and
accidents however, proper handling of the appliance is a precondition. Please
observe these operating instructions. They must be kept safely and passed on
to future owners.
Emergency
n Immediately remove plug from the mains or switch off the mains fuse.
Appliance n Indoors.
may be used n For preparing coffee, espresso, hot water, for frothing milk and for
exclusively steam-heating drinks.
n For household purposes.
Never use n For other purposes other than those described above, otherwise danger
the appliance may result.
Installation
n Use the appliance only after it has been installed.
n The appliance may only be fitted in accordance with separate
installation instructions and by qualified personnel and connected to the mains.
n Before using the appliance for the first time, please read the chapter «Initial Operation».
Mains connection n The appliance may be connected only to a suitable socket.
n Mains voltage must be in accordance with the details indicated on the type plate of the appliance.
n Recommendation: connect appliance via an RCD.
Safety instructions
Dangers
n The appliance must not be used by children and persons not trained
in the use of the appliance.
n The appliance is dangerous to children. Keep children away from the appliance. Switch off the appliance when unattended.
n Keep packaging material out of the reach of children.
n Do not point the steam-/hot water nozzle at yourself or others
(danger of scalding).
n Do not insert any objects into the openings of the appliance.
(Danger! High voltage!).
n As far as it is accessible, do not touch plug with wet hands or pull plug from
the socket by the cable.
n Caution: you may scald yourself if you come into contact with hot water, steam or the nozzle.
n Do not remove the drip tray during preparation, otherwise you may scald yourself with hot drinks.
Defects
n Do not use appliance if it is faulty or faults are suspected, e.g. if appliance
has been dropped.
n Repairs should be carried out only by Customer Service or authorised specialist personnel.
n Do not use appliance if mains cable is defective. Have mains cable replaced only by customer service. (Danger: high voltage.)
n Switch off appliance before opening service door. Danger of scalding!
Cleaning/
n Before cleaning, remove mains plug if possible and allow appliance
to cool.
Descaling
n Do not spray down appliance with water.
n Do not dry parts of the appliance in the oven or in the microwave oven.
Before prolonged n Empty watertank and bean container.
periods out of use n Empty and clean drip tray and coffee-grounds container.
n Switch off appliance.
Spares
n In the interest of safety, use only original spares and accessories.
Fire
n In the event of fire, use only carbon dioxide (CO2) to extinguish flames.
Description of appliance
Operating- and display elements
To open panel, press rod handle
Select product
Ready for use
Rod handle
Operating panel (can be folded out)
AromaControl
Nozzle
Coffee spout
Service door
Drip tray
Coffee-grounds container
Drip mesh
Display
«Drip tray»
Operating panel (can be folded out)
Select product
Ready for use
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Description of appliance
Behind the operating panel
Bean container
Watertank
Main switch
Behind the service door
Grinder setting
Brewing group
Accessories
Key
Brush
Drip guard
Waterfilter
Water-hardness Coffee-oil
test strip
solvent
Further accessories required can be obtained from Customer Services.
Initial Operation
Water hardness
Range/User settings
Degree of hardness 1 Degree of hardness 2 Degree of hardness 3 Degree of hardness 4
Water-hardness test strip
corresponds to German degree of hardness [˚dH]
0–7
7–14
14–21
above 21
corresponds to French degree of hardness [˚fH]
0–12.5
12.5–25
25–37.5
above 37.5
To test for water hardness: hold strip under water for one second. Take a reading after 1
minute. To set water hardness, see User Settings/Programming.
Filling the watertank
1
2
Ñ Open operating panel by Ñ Insert waterfilter
pressing on rod handle
Ñ Remove watertank
4
3
Ñ Fill with fresh water
according to instructions in package
(max. 1.7 l)
The appliance can also be used without a waterfilter, though this requires more frequent descaling. Using the waterfilter improves the quality of
the coffee, and places less strain on the parts of
the appliance.
Ñ To program waterfilter, see User Settings/
Ñ Insert watertank
Programming.
Filling coffee beans
1
Ñ Remove bean container
2
Ñ Fill with coffee beans (max. 300 g)
3
Ñ Insert bean container
Initial Operation
Switching on the appliance
1
Ñ Switch on appliance at
main switch
2
Ñ Close operating panel. «Ventilate»
appears on plain text display
Ñ For language settings, see User Settings/Programming.
Venting the system
1
2
Ñ Press
Ñ Place a tall vessel
key and draw hot water until
a steady jet of water is produced
under nozzle
Select product
Ready for use
Hot water
Dispensing...
3
Ñ Press
key again to interrupt flow of hot
water. «Select product» and «Ready for
use» appear on the plain text display
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User Settings/Programming
*
The
symbol blinking on the plain text display denotes the user setting
selected.
1 Start Ñ P
2 Function
Ñ
3 Settings
Ñ
or
Cancel by pressing «ESC» Select
Standby
Confirm
Select
Confirm
Cancel
Energy saving
The appliance switches over to energy-saving mode.
Rinsing
Rinsing
On - Off
Circuit is automatically cleaned upon switching on.
Coffee is prepared using fresh water.
Language
Language
Deutsch - Français - …
Selecting language for plain text display.
The following languages can be select: German, French, English, Spanish, Dutch, Italian,
Russian and Turkish.
Contrast
Contrast
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Adjusting contrast for the plain text display.
Illumination
Illumination
On - Off
On-off switching of illumination.
Water hardness
Water hardness
Hardness 1 - … 2 - … 3 - … 4
The appliance should be adapted to the degree of water hardness (see Descaling).
Waterfilter
On - Off - Reset
Waterfilter
Make this setting only when inserting waterfilter for the first time. Important: reset after
each change of filter!
Temperature
low - medium - high
Temperature
Selecting the temperature for preparing coffee.
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User Settings/Programming
1 Start Ñ P
2 Function
Ñ
3 Settings
Ñ
or
Cancel by pressing «ESC» Select
Aroma of espresso
Confirm
Select
Aroma espresso
Confirm
Cancel
Mild - Normal - Strong
Selecting the amount of ground coffee for espresso.
Aroma of coffee
Aroma coffee
Mild - Normal - Strong
Selecting the amount of ground coffee for coffee.
Aroma of large coffee
Aroma large coffee
Mild - Normal - Strong
Selecting the amount of ground coffee for large coffee.
Pre-brewing
Prebrewing
Off - On - long
The coffee is moisturized first of all. This is the best way of bringing out the taste.
If setting is «large», the coffee is pre-brewed for 4 seconds.
Total coffee
Total coffees
The total number of coffee portions served is displayed.
Timer
Timer
Standby after x:xx
Selection of duration according to which the appliance is set to «Standby» (can be preset 3 hours).
Automatic switch
Clock
Automatic On/Off - Clock time
On/Off time - Show clock time
Automatic On/Off
Yes - No
Setting whether or not on-off switching times are activated.
Clock time
Schaltuhr
XX:XX
Setting of clock time.
On/Off time
On time XX:XX
Off time XX:XX
Setting of on-off switching times.
Show clock time
Schaltuhr
Off - On
Setting whether or not clock time is displayed.
Cleaning cycle
Rinsing cycle
Yes - No
The cleaning cycle is for degreasing the brewing group.
Factory settings
Factory settings
Yes - No
Reinstate all settings existing at time of delivery.
Exit
Exit
Exit from program mode
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Preparing coffee
Espresso
Hot water and steam can scald! Point nozzle at drip tray!
Place 1 or 2 cups below spout
Energy saving
Can be cancelled by
pressing key
Espresso
Ñ Preheat cups
Ñ For large cups: push coffee
spout up
A
Select p
Ready fo
AromaControl
Strength of coffee is adjustable
on continuously sliding scale.
B
Mild coffee
Start
Druckvorlage
Strong coffee
preparation
1 espresso
Dispensing...
Ñ Press required key:
1 cup = once
■ 2 cups = twice
■
C
Settings
Amount to be filled
Ñ Place cup below spout
until the
Ñ Hold down key
■
1
required quantity is reached.
The quantity remains stored in
the memory
Grinder setting
No coffee beans
should be in the
grinder when changing
the grinder setting
Fine
Coarse
Cappuccino
After starting the steam operation, some
condensed water will be produced at first.
Put the milk into a suitable
vessel.
■ Cold milk froths better
■ Fill vessel no more than one third
Cappuccino
A
Steam
Dispensing...
product
or use
Start steam
Caution: steam spray!
Ñ Point nozzle at drip tray
B
Frothing the milk
Ñ Rotate vessel when frothing
the milk
C
As soon as there is enough froth
D
Ñ Stop the steam by pressing
key
Ñ Remove vessel
Ñ Prepare coffee
For cappuccino, pour coffee directly
into the milk froth.
Amount for grinding
This can be selected before preparation, see User
Settings/Programming.
■ Aroma of espresso
■ Aroma of coffee
■ Aroma of large coffee
Cleaning the nozzle
Caution: hot part. There is a danger of
burning yourself!
Clean nozzle immediately after use with a damp
cloth
1
Drawing hot water/steam
Danger: hot water and steam can scald.
Point nozzle at drip tray.
Ñ Place cup under nozzle
a
Hot water
Dispensing...
Hot water
Drawing hot water
Ñ Press key
b
As soon as the required quantity has been
reached
Ñ Press key
c
Ñ Place cup under nozzle
After steam function has started, some
condensed water is produced at first.
a
Steam
Starting the steam
Ñ Press key
b
Ñ Warm the drink by rotating
vessel
As soon as the required temperature is
reached
Ñ Press key
c
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Care and maintenance
Clean appliance, brewing group and accessories weekly without detergent
under the tap. Never wash appliance parts in the dishwasher, and never dry
them in the oven or in the microwave.
Watertank/Bean container
1
Ñ Switch off appliance
3
Ñ Clean tank
(including strainers)
2
Ñ Remove tank/container
4
Ñ Empty/Clean the bean container
Drip tray/Strainer
1
2
Ñ Remove coffee-grounds container
Ñ Remove drip tray
3
Ñ Clean coffee-grounds container
1
Care and maintenance
Coffee spout
1
Ñ Push back coffee spout,
push drip guard to
AromaControl position.
Ñ Remove drip tray
2
Ñ Open service door (push
button is behind cover).
3
Ñ Push top button and pull
coffee spout forwards.
Clean without detergent
under the tap.
Ñ Push coffee spout onto
Nozzle
holder until it rests in.
2
1
Ñ Pull lower part of nozzle
downwards
Ñ Clean under the tap without detergent
Brewing group
Proceed with care
when using the key.
Ñ Push drip guard to
AromaControl position
Ñ Remove drip tray
Ñ Open service door
Ñ Reassemble strainer
Ñ Press PUSH
Ñ Close service door of
(pushbutton behind cover)
and pull brewing group
forwards
Ñ Insert key, turn anti-clockwise
and remove the top strainer
Ñ Clean/dry everything
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Do not press PUSH
when assembling
and brewing group in
reverse sequence.
brewing group.
Descaling
Whenever plain text display shows Decalcify or as required.
Suitable descaling agents
Under no circumstances use vinegar, as appliance will otherwise be damaged.
Use commercially available descaling agents that are suitable for this appliance.
If the appliance is switched off during descaling, then descaling will continue after the appliance
is switched on again. Descaling lasts approx. 30 minutes.
Preparation
1
Ñ Remove waterfilter
2
Ñ Fill descaling agent in accordance with
manufacturer‘s instructions and dilute
with water (min. 1 litre) to ensure correct
descaling. Re-insert watertank.
3
Ñ Place large vessel below
spout
4
Ñ Press key
Starting descaling
5
Descaling
Yes
6
Machine is descaling
Rinsing intervals are at
1-minute intervals until
message
Rinse machine
Fill watertank
Ñ Press key
Yes select
,
Ñ Press key
,
this starts the descaling
is displayed. For further
information, see «Rinsing».
1
Descaling
Rinsing
8
7
Press key to cancel and
continue the procedure
Rinse machine
Press water key
Ñ Thoroughly rinse water
tank
Rinsing is complete as
soon as the plain text
display indicates
Rinsing fi nished
Press water key
Ñ Press key
,
Rinsing begins
Ñ Press key
Ñ Fill with fresh water
Finishing descaling
10
9
Ñ Thoroughly rinse water
tank
Ñ Put back waterfilter
12
11
Ñ Fill with fresh water
Ñ Press key
Ñ Insert watertank
Ñ Draw hot water until a steady
. Venting begins
jet of water is produced
Ñ Press key
1
to finish
Cleaning cycle
Before starting cleaning cycle, empty drip tray and have a spare vessel handy. Large
amounts of water will be produced (approx. 8.5 dl), therefore watch vessel closely.
Clean your appliance every fortnight or after every 250 cups to ensure
trouble-free operation.
Once started, a cleaning cycle cannot be interrupted.
2
1
Ñ Add coffee-oil solvent
to the brewing group
Ñ Insert brewing group
Ñ Fill watertank
Ñ Insert watertank
Ñ Place vessel below coffee
spout
5
4
Energy saving
Rinsing
Ñ Press key
3
6
Rinsing cycle
Factory settings
Ñ Select
Rinsing cycle
by pressing key
Ñ Confirm by pressing
key
Yes
Ñ Select
Yes
by pressing key
Ñ Confirm by pressing
key
Ñ Approx. 8.5 dl water
is pumped off in approx.
7 minutes.
For optimum cleaning, we recommend the coffee-oil solvent manufactured by Saeco.
This can be obtained from our Customer Service or through specialist dealers.
If other products are used, damage may result, for which no
responsibility can be accepted.
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Rectifying faults yourself
Problem
Remedy
see
Page
■
Appliance does not switch
on
Ñ Turn on main switch
Ñ Check power connection
Ñ Check fuse in interior installation of building
■
Coffee is not hot enough
Ñ Preheat cups with hot water
Ñ Set brewing temperature correctly
14
10
■
No hot water or steam
produced
Ñ Switch off appliance!
16
■
Heating up takes a long
time
Ñ Descale appliance
17
■
Brewing group cannot be
removed for cleaning
Ñ Close service door
Ñ Switch on appliance (brewing group is initialised)
■
Brewing group cannot be
reinstalled after cleaning
Ñ Press PUSH so that locking/unlocking
■
Coffee produced is too little,
or none is produced at all
Ñ Check grinder setting and AromaControl
12
■
No illumination
Ñ Switch on main switch
Ñ Adjust illumination
9
10
Message
Ñ Clean nozzle
9
lever rests in
Remedy
Energy saving
Ñ Press key
Decalcify
Ñ Descale appliance
Fill watertank
Ñ Fill watertank with fresh drinking water
Coffee beans empty
Ñ Fill bean container
Dregdrawer full
Ñ Open service door, empty coffee-grounds container, appliance is reset.
Close control panel
Ñ Close the operating panel
Brewunit missing
Ñ Insert the Brewunit in it‘s place.
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Rectifying faults yourself
Message
Remedy
Brewunit blocked
Ñ Insert brewing group correctly
Dregdrawer missing
Ñ Insert drip tray/coffee-grounds container correctly
Close door
Ñ Close service door
Ventilate
Ñ Vent system (during initial use). Press key
Brewunit blocked
Ñ Call Customer Service
Grinder blocked
Ñ Call Customer Service
Fault on
water system
Ñ Call Customer Service
Technical specifications
Voltage, current and power rating
Weight
Watertank (with waterfilter)
Capacity of bean container
Capacity of coffee-grounds container
Capacity of drip tray
Pump output
Grinder
Height adjustment of coffee spout
Illumination
n230 V ~50 Hz, 10 A, 1250 W
napprox. 13 kg
n1.8 l (1.7 l) – removable
n300 g
n12 Stk.
n0.8 l
n15 bar
nrotary ceramic grinder
n80–105 mm, at rear 155 mm
n3 LEDS
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Disposal
Packaging
n The packaging material (card, polyethylene plastic film and expanded polystyrene) is labelled, and if possible should be recycled and disposed of in an environmentally friendly
manner.
Uninstalling
n Isolate appliance from mains. Where the appliance is immovably fixed, this must be under
taken by a certified electrician!
Safety
n To prevent accidents through improper use, especially where children are playing, the
appliance should be made unusable.
n Remove plug from socket, or have the connection dismantled by an electrician. The mains cable must then be severed at the appliance.
Disposal
n The used appliance is not worthless refuse. Proper disposal will result in reutilisation of the raw materials.
n The symbol
is depicted on the type plate of the appliance. This means that disposal
along with normal household refuse is not permitted.
n Disposal of the appliance must be in accordance with local regulations on refuse disposal.
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Please contact your local authorities, the local recycling depot for household refuse or the
dealer from whom you obtained this appliance. They should provide you with further
information about handling, utilisation and re-utilisation of this product.
Küppersbusch Customer Service
Please note:
For our Customer Service to be able to make careful preparation for repairs and to provide
the necessary spares, we will require the following information should you have any claim on
Customer Services:
1. Your full address
2. Your telephone number and, if applicable, your fax number
3. When Customer Service personnel can visit you?
4.Exact designation of appliance: model and serial no. (refer to the type plate and/or purchase
receipt)
5. Date of purchase
6. Exact description of the problem or your service request.
Also, please keep your purchase receipt handy.
This will help us save a lot of time and expense, and also provide a more efficient service for you.
Professional kitchens
Küppersbusch Customer Service
Telephone service for professional kitchens
For Germany:
Fault rectification:
Headquarters: 0180 - 5 25 12 03
Order department for spares service:
Küppersbusch Grossküchentechnik GmbH
Fürstinnenstr. 2
45883 Gelsenkirchen
Outside Germany:
Please enter the number of your customer
service department here:
Küppersbusch Grossküchentechnik GmbH
Küppersbuschstr. 16
D-45883 Gelsenkirchen (Germany)
Export
Fax: +49 - 209 - 40 17 35
Fax 0209 - 40 17 16
Fax 0209 - 40 17 66
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Household appliances
Headquarters for requesting customer services and spares
Germany
We are open
Küppersbusch Hausgeräte AG
Küppersbuschstrasse 16
D-45883 Gelsenkirchen
Phone: 01 80 - 5 25 65 65
Fax: (02 09) 4 01 - 7 14/7 15
Monday to Thursday from 7.30 to 18.00
Friday from 7.30 to 17.00
Saturday from 9.00 to 13.00
Outside office hours please forward your
requirements to us by fax.
Austria
We are open
Küppersbusch Ges.m.b.H.
Eitnergasse 13
A-1230 Wien
Phone: (01) 8 66 80 - 15
Fax: (01) 8 66 80 - 50
Monday to Friday
from 8.00 to 17.00
Outside office hours please forward your
requirements to us by fax.
Outsourced customer service
August-Horch-Strasse 14
D-56070 Koblenz
Headquaters phone:
(02 61) 8 90 90
Customer service phone: (02 61) 8 90 91 73
Zinzinger Strasse 13
D-66117 Saarbrücken
Headquaters phone:
(06 81) 50 08 50
Customer service phone:(06 81) 5 00 85 22
Industriestrasse
D-55543 Bad Kreuznach
Headquaters phone:
(06 71) 79 40
Customer service phone: (06 71) 79 43 311
KÜPPERSBUSCH HAUSGERÄTE AG
Postfach 10 01 32, D-45801 Gelsenkirchen, Küppersbuschstr. 16, D-45883 Gelsenkirchen
Phone: (02 09) 4 01-0, Fax: (02 09) 4 01-3 03
www.kueppersbusch.de
Küppersbusch Ges.m.b.H.
Eitnergasse 13, 1230 Wien, Phone: 01/8 66 80-0, Fax: 01/8 66 80 72
www.kueppersbusch.at • e-Mail: verkauf@kueppersbusch.at
J301.033-0
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