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Electrical supply
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Stromschnur
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Dit apparaat voldoet aan de EMC-richtlijn 89/336/EEG, 92/31/EEG en de
laagspanningsrichtlijn 73/23/EEG.
This appliance is in accordance with the EMC-Directive 89/336/EEC,
92/31/EEC and the low voltage directive 73/23/EEC.
Dieses Gerät wurde in Übereinstimmung gemäß EMV-Richtlinie 89/336/EWG,
92/31/EWG und Niederspannung-Richtlinie 73/23/EWG gebaut.
Cet appareil est conforme à la directive d'EMC 89/336/CEE, 92/31/CEE et à
la directive de basse tension 73/23/CEE.
Animo behoudt zich het recht voor om onderdelen op elk gewenst moment te wijzigen, zonder voorafgaande of directe kennisgeving aan de afnemer.
De inhoud van deze handleiding kan eveneens gewijzigd worden zonder voorafgaande waarschuwing. Deze handleiding is geldig voor de machine in
standaarduitvoering. Animo kan derhalve niet aansprakelijk worden gesteld voor eventuele schade voortvloeiende uit van de standaard uitvoering
afwijkende specificaties van de aan u geleverde machine. Voor informatie betreffende afstelling,onderhoudswerkzaamheden of reparaties waarin
deze handleiding niet voorziet, wordt u verzocht contact op te nemen met de technische dienst van uw leverancier. Deze handleiding is met alle
mogelijke zorg samengesteld, maar Animo kan geen verantwoording op zich nemen voor eventuele fouten in dit boek of de gevolgen daarvan.
Animo has the right to change parts of the machine at any time without advice or direct announcements to the client. The contents of this manual can
also be changed without any announcements. This manual is to be used for the standard model/type of the machine. Thus Animo cannot be held
responsible for any damage resulting from the application of this manual to the version delivered to you. For extra information on adjustments
maintenance and repair, contact the technical department of your supplier. This manual has been written very carefully. However ,Animo cannot be
held responsible neither for mistakes in the book nor for their consequences.
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vorherige Bekanntgabe geändert werden. Diese Anleitung gilt für die Standardausführung der Maschine. Animo haftet daher nicht für Informationen
über Einstellungen, Wartungsarbeiten oder Reparaturen, die nicht in dieser Anleitung enthalten sind. Wenden Sie sich bitte gegebenenfalls an den
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ce manuel est également sujet à modification sans avis préalable. Ce manuel s’applique au modèle standard de la machine. Par conséquent, Animo
n’est past responsable pour les dommages éventuels découlant de l’application de ce manuel aux modèles non standard. Pour les renseignements
sur certains réglages, les travaux d’entretien ou réparations qui ne seraient pas traités dans ce manuel, Animo ne peut ètre tenu responsable des
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ........................................................................... 2
2.
TECHNICAL DETAILS ................................................................................ 2
3.
INSTALLATION .......................................................................................... 3
3.1
Placing the TB200WF .............................................................. 3
3.2
Connection to the water supply system and drain outlet .... 3
3.3
Connection to the electricity supply system . ........................ 3
4.
CONTROL PANEL (FIG.2) ....................................................................... 4
5.
PREPARATION BEFORE USE .................................................................. 4
6.
OPERATION ............................................................................................. 5
6.1
Making coffee ........................................................................ 5
6.1.1
Quantity adjustment ............................................................. 5
6.2
Drawing off hot water ........................................................... 5
7.
MAINTENANCE ....................................................................................... 6
7.1
Cleaning (daily) ...................................................................... 6
7.1.1
Removal of coffee deposits ................................................... 6
7.2
Descaling (periodical) ............................................................ 6
7.2.1
Remove loose scale vesidue ................................................. 6
7.2.2
Remove other scale deposits ................................................. 7
8.
TEMPERATURE PROTECTION ............................................................... 7
9.
TRANSPORT ............................................................................................ 7
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These operating instructions should be read carefully to ensure that your coffee machine is operated
correctly and safely.
1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The Aromatic TB200WF is an automatic machine to make coffee with a water storage heater and with a
connection to a water tap. The machine is particularly suitable in areas with hard water due to the
sophisticated construction of the water storage reservoir. The machine has a coffee machine and a separate
water storage heater with a draining tap.This water storage heater can be used to serve tea, cacao, instant
soup etc. ...
Through the appliance of a priority selection circuit, both the coffee machine and the water storage heater
have a large capacity.
In figure 1 the main part are indicated.
In figure 2 the controls are indicated.
Figure 1:
A - Centre support for thermoscontainer
B - Thermoscontainer 2.4L
C - Quantity adjustment (coffee)
D - Basket filter 90/250
E - Control panel
F - Water reservoir coffee unit
G - Water reservoir hot water unit
H - Hot water draining tap
I - Drip tray with grid
J - Reservoir draining tap
K - Dry-boil safety guard
L - Overflow connection
M- Water connection
N- Electrical supply
The machine is supplied with the following parts:
- Basket filter 90/250 2x
(art.no. 08635)
- Thermocontainer
(art.no. 50241)
- Drip tray with grid
- Approx 50x paper coffee filters 90/250 (1000 pieces art.no. 01088)
- 2 sachets coffee fur remover
(48 sachets at 10 gram art.no. 49007)
- 2 sachets descaling solvent
(100 sachets at 50 gram art.nro 49009)
- Draining key
- Water supply hoses of 1.5 m
- Operation manual
- Coffee measurecup
2. TECHNICAL DATA
Type
Approx hourly capacity coffee
Heating up period of coffee unit
Coffee preparation time
Minimum amount of coffee
Paper filter size
Hourly capacity hot water (ca)
Heating up period of hot water unit (15-98˚C)
Maximal water drain
Recover time after max. drain
Drawing speed
Temperature and level detection
Lenght of electric cable
Water supply
Min. - Max. water pressure
Flow pressure
Dimensions
Empty weight
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ca.13 L/h
ca. 5 min.
ca. 8 min.
1/2 jug
90/250
ca. 20 L/h
ca. 7 min.
ca. 1.5 L
ca 3.5 min
1.6L / 30 sec.
electronic
1.4 mtr.
swivel 3/4”
1.5 - 8 bar
1.5 L/min.
see fig. 4
ca. 19 kg
Technical alterations are reserved
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Power supply (50/60 Hz)
220 V 1 phase/Neutral
230 V 1 phase/Neutral
240 V 1 phase/Neutral
Capacity
2400 W
2625 W
2875 W
Fuse
16 A
16 A
13 A
WARNING !
* Always remove the plug from the socket if the machine has be opened for repair or
maintenance.
* Do not position the machine in areas where the temperature drops below freezing point
because there is always water left in the system.
* Always plug the machine into an earthed wall socket.
* Do not submerge or spray the machine.
* Have all repairs carried out by a specially trained technician.
* During use some parts will be come very hot.
* If the machine is not used it is advisable to remove the plug from the socket and the tum off
the water tap.
* Connect overflow tap to drainage tube.
* Always observe local rules while installing the unit and use approved materials and parts.
3. INSTALLATION
3.3 Connection to the electricity
supply system
Depending on the model, the appliance
should be connected according to the
instructions in the figures below.
Follow the instructions to place and connect the
unit, specified below.
3.1 Placing the TB200WF
Place the unit:
•
at counter level and on a solid flat surface.
•
where it can be connected to the water
outlet and the electricity grid.
•
Such that it is not causing any damage in
case of leakage.
•
Such that the ventilation holes in the back
of the appliance are not blocked.
•
•
The following remarks apply to figure 5:
•
3.2 Connection to the water supply
system drain outlet
•
The machine requires a water stop
valves to be near the appliance.
•
Connect the water hose to provided the
cold water supply and the water connection
on the back of the unit. The hose has a
length of 1.5 m.
•
Connect the overflow connection in open
connection with a drain (syphon) in such
a way that the excess water can be drained
in case of a malfunction or maintenance.
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(fig.5) In case of 220V-240V 1 phase with
fitting connection.
(fig.5) In case of 220V-240V 1 phase
(3-core cable).
•
If the plug fitted on the machine cable does
not fit to your socket, replace it with a new
plug that does fit.
The replaced plug should be disposed of as
it can be dangerous if plugged in a socket.
The following points should be observed when
wiring a new plug:
1.
The green/yellow-coloured wire (“EARTH”)
should be connected to the terminal which
is either marked with the letter “E”, the
“earth” symbol ( ) or coloured green or
green/yellow.
2.
The blue-coloured wire (“NEUTRAL”) should
be connected to the terminal which is either
marked with the letter "N" or coloured
black.
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3.
The brown-coloured wire (“LIVE”) should be
connected to the terminal which is either
marked with the letter "L" or coloured
brown.
5. PREPARATIONS BEFORE
USE
The following proceedure should be carried out
before a new appliance is used.
IMPORTANT!
The 3 core main cable (fig. 5) has the
following wiring code:
Green/yellow - Earth
Blue
- Neutral
Brown
- Live
1.
2.
3.
Green/Yellow - Earth (E)
Blue
- Neutral (N)
Brown
- Live
(L)
4.
fig. 5
5.
4. CONTROL PANEL (FIG. 2)
A - Selection switch for full / half full jug
6.
B - Start switch to make coffee
C - Indicator lamp of coffee unit
7.
D - On / off switch of coffee unit (main)
8.
E - Indicator lamp of hot water unit
F - On / off switch of hot water unit
9.
10.
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Open the manually operated water stop
valve and check that the swivel
connections are not leaking.
Place the drip tray in front of the water
storage heater
Slide the basket filter into the machine
and place an empty thermoscontainer
under the filter.
Remove the covers of the water reservoir,
fill the left reservoir up to the syphon
(fig. 3), fill the right reservoir just as full as
the left reservoir.
Put the plug fitting in the socket and
switch the coffee unit and the hot water
unit on (fig. 2D and 2F). The indicator
lamp (fig. 2C) of the coffee unit will burn.
MIND! The unit has a preference selection
switch. This means that the heating of the
coffee unit is given priority over the heating
and refill process of the hot water unit.
The water in the coffee machine reaches
its correct temperature after 5 minutes.
The indicator light will goes off.
Then the water storage heater will start
to heaten up.
Select full with the selection switch
(fig. 2A) and press the start switch
(fig. 2B). The thermoscontainer will now
be filled with hot water.
A signal will sound ca.1 minute after the
hot water has been produced. This
means that the brewing process has
finished. Empty the thermoscontainer when
the filter is drained.
After using the coffee machine, the hot
water unit starts heating. After about 7
minutes the water has reached its
temperature the indication light will
goes off (fig. 2E).
Drain two jugs of hot water with the hot
water tap.
Now the unit is ready for use.
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This is how the quantity of water can be set. The
setting can be found on the left side of the unit.
Use a small screwdriver.
6. OPERATION
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Making coffee, see section 6.1.
Quantity adjustment, see section 6.1.1.
Drawing off hot water, see section 6.2.
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6.1 Making coffee
1.
Place a basket filterpaper (90/250) with
an appropriate amount of coffee (extrafine grind) in the basket filter.
The quantity can be measured with the
provided measurecup glass. Commonly
this is 90 - 100 gram for 2,25 l.
2.
Place a clean empty thermoscontainer
under the filter.
3.
Switch the coffee unit and the hot water
unit on (fig. 2D and 2F).
The indicator light (fig. 2C) of the coffee
unit will now burn.
4.
Select a full thermoscontainer with the
selection switch (fig. 2A) and press the start
switch (fig. 2B). The unit will now start
brewing.
MIND! When the coffee unit has just
recently been switched on, then the
brewing making of coffee will begin only
once the water in the reservoir has reached
the right temperature.
5.
After 5-6 minutes a signal will sound to
indicate that the coffee is ready
6.
Slightly stir the coffee in the
thermoscontainer and pour it out.
7.
After cleaning the basket filter the machine
is ready for the next brew.
1.
6.2 Drawing off hot water
MIND! The hot water unit can only be switched
on when the coffee unit is switched on.
1.
2.
Switch the hot water unit on (fig. 2F).
The indication lamp will light up (fig. 2E).
After ca. 7 minutes the water has
reached its temperature and the
indication light will goes off. Hot water
can now be tapped from the hot water
tap. (fig. 1H)
Achievements of this water storage heater?
•
Draw off a maximum of, 1.5 litre hot
water each time. It takes ca. 7 minutes
before temperature has been restored
(when no coffee is being made).
•
When the indication light (fig. 2E) goes
out, more hot water can be drawn off.
MIND!
•
The hot water unit is switched off when
the coffee-making reservoir is being
heated. Hot water can be drawn off,
but the hot water unit will only be refilled,
when the heating of the coffee-making
reservoir is finished.
•
When the coffee unit is switched off, the
hot water unit will switch off also. This is
perfectly normal. When only coffee is
being made, the hot water unit can be
switched off with the switch (fig. 2F).
6.1.1 Quantity adjustment
If the quantity of coffee is insufficient during
operation, this can be caused by the quantity of
coffee, by the kind of grind used or the hardness
of the water.
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Only take one step a
time. To increase turn
to the right, to
+
decrease turn to the
left.
2. Check the quantity
of hot water after
each adjustment.
Keep in mind that 5
to 10% of the water remains in the ground
coffee.
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Basic rules for making coffee
Use extra - fine grind coffee (±40 gram/litre)
Keep the thermoscontainer and the sliding filters
clean.
TIP! Store some extra basket filters in the extra
sliding filter or place in this filter already a basket
filter and coffee. Then it will be easy to make a
next brew, without losing much time.
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7.2 Descaling (periodical)
During operation scale will form in the unit.
Therefor the unit needs to be descaled regular to
guarantee the lowest energy consumption and
proper functioning.
WARNING !
- Do not leave the unit during maintenance.
- Always follow the prescriptions, that are
delivered with the used descaling solvent.
- It is advisable to wear protecting glasses
and gloves during descaling.
- After descaling, run the appliance throught
at least three cycles.
- Wash hands after descaling.
- Do not submerge or hose the unit.
- Have all repairs fixed by an authorised
technician.
When to descale?
•
Dependent on the frequency of usage and
the hardness of the water, we advise to
inspect the unit visually regular for scale
formation.
•
Remove the covers of the reservoir
regular; It there is loose scale grit on the
bottom, or if there is severe scale formation
on the walls, then the unit needs descaling.
•
In some cases it is sufficient to remove
loose scale grid.
7. MAINTENANCE
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It is advised to descale the coffee-making
reservoir and the water storage heater at the same
time.
For the cleaning of various parts, see
section 7.1.
Removal of coffee deposits, see section
7.1.1.
For descaling the unit, see section 7.2.
To remove loose scal, see section 7.2.1.
To remove other scale formations, see
section 7.2.2.
7.2.1 Remove loose scale vesidue
1.
Switch off the unit and remove the plug
from the wallsocket.
2.
Close the water output tap and detach
the hose supply.
3.
Remove the covers from the reservoirs.
4.
Check if the overflow is connected to an
suitable drain. Open the taps on the
backside of the unit (fig. 1J) with the
provided drawing key. Water from both
reservoirs will now be drawn off.
Close both taps when the reservoirs are
almost empty.
5.
Take the overflow connection (fig. 1L)
off and turn the unit upside down over
the sink. Loose scale grid will then come
out.
Rinse the reservoirs with water to take
the scale grids out further.
6.
When there is no more scale in the unit,
it can be operated as usual. Consult
section 3.2 “Connection to the water
supply system and drain outlet” and
section 5 “Preparation before use”.
7.
When there remains some scale on the
heating element, the unit can be taken
into in use. Consult section 3.2
“Connection to the water supply system
and drain outlet” and section 5
“Preparation before use”. Then go on as
described in section 7.2.2.
7.1 Cleaning (daily)
•
Clean the unit with a clean moist cloth.
•
Avoid using abrasive. It can cause scratches
and dim spots. The sliding filter and the
drip tray can be washed normally.
CAUTION! The sliding filter must not be
machine washed.
7.1.1 Removal of coffee deposits
A sachet of coffee deposit solvent is supplied with
the unit. Usage is extremely simple.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Take a bowl filled with ca. 5 -10 litre warm
water and dissolve the coffee deposit
solvent from the sachet into it.
Put the parts that need to be cleaned in the
bowl and soak them for 15 to 30 minutes.
Rinse several times with warm water.
Repeat treatment if the result is insufficient.
Scatter coffee deposit solvent on very
filthy spots and clean with a wet brush.
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7.2.2 Remove other scale deposits
To remove remaining scale formation use ANIMO
descaling solvent.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
8.
There are two temperature protections in the unit
that can be accessed from the outside. These are
at the back of the unit (fig. 1K).
The protection on the left belongs to the water
storage heater, the one on the right belongs to
the coffee machine. These protections switch off
the corresponding parts when the temperatures
rise too high. The most common cause for
switching off is scale that has not been removed
in time.
Carefully read the caution notice and the
directions on the sachet ANIMO descaling
solvent.
Dissolve 2 sachets of 50 gram ANIMO
descaling solvent into 2 litre of warm water.
Slide an empty basket filter in the
machine and place an empty
thermcontainer under the filter.
Switch the unit on of using the on / off
switches (fig. 2D and 2F).
Check if the overflow is draining on an
draining outlet and open the taps on the
back of the unit with the provided keys
(fig. 1J). Close both taps when the
reservoirs are half empty.
Share the acid solution among both
reservoir.
Switch the unit on with the on / off
switches (fig. 2D and 2F).
Let the solution affect for ca. 10.
minutes. Spread the acid regular with a
brush over the scaled parts in the reservoir.
Tap some of the acid from the hot water
tap and pour it back into the right reservoir
immediately.
Select a full thermoscontainer with the
selection switch (fig. 2A) and press the
start switch (fig. 2B). The water reservoir
will fill and the acid leaves the reservoir
through the overflow.
When still scale is visible in the reservoir,
repeat steps 2 to 10. Once all scale is gone,
resume with step 12.
Open the taps on the back of the unit with
the supplied keys (fig. 1J). Drain the
reservoir completely and close the taps
again.
Resume normal operation of the unit
according to section 5. Flush the coffee
machine at least three times.
CAUTION! Don’t for get to empty the
thermoscontainer under the basket filter
when it is almost full. Tap at least three
full jugs from the hot water unit.
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TEMPERATURE PROTECTION
If the temperature protection operates proceed as
follows:
1.
2.
3.
Let the unit cool down.
Unscrew the black protection cover.
Push the button, that now appears and
replace the black cover and tightly.
When the protection was triggered due to scale
formation, then proceed according to section
7.2.2. When the cause was not in scale formation,
then contact your dealer.
9. TRANSPORT
Proceed as followed to transport the unit:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
7
Switch the unit off and remove the plug
from the wallsocket.
Close the water outlet tap and disconnect
the supply hose.
Remove jugs, the basket filter, the drip tray
and the covers of the reservoirs.
Open the taps at the back of the unit
(fig. 1J) with the supplied key. Drain the
reservoirs completely. Close the taps again.
Disconnect the overflow drain.
Turn the unit upside down to let the
remaining water out over the sink.
Replace the parts, mentioned in point 3.
The unit is now ready for transportation.
Proceed with section 3 “Installation” to
reinstall the unit.
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