Contents
Programming the quantities of coffee and milk in
the cup.............................................................. 15
INTRODUCTION................................... 8
Symbols used in these instructions.................... 8
Letters in brackets.............................................. 8
Troubleshooting and repairs............................... 8
HEATING WATER................................. 16
SAFETY............................................. 8
CLEANING......................................... 16
Preparation....................................................... 16
Changing the quantity ..................................... 16
Description of the appliance ............................. 9
Description of milk container.............................. 9
Description of control panel . ............................. 9
Cleaning the coffee maker................................. 16
Cleaning the coffee grounds container.............. 16
Cleaning the drip tray........................................ 17
Cleaning the water tank..................................... 17
Cleaning the coffee spouts................................ 17
Cleaning the pre-ground coffee funnel.............. 17
Cleaning the inside of the coffee maker............ 17
Cleaning the infuser.......................................... 17
Cleaning the milk container............................... 18
PRELIMINARY CHECKS......................... 10
Descale.......................................... 18
Fundamental safety warnings............................. 8
DESIGNATED USE................................. 9
INSTRUCTIONS.................................... 9
DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE............. 9
Controls after transport..................................... 10
Installing the appliance..................................... 10
Connecting the appliance.................................. 10
Setting up the Appliance................................... 10
SETTING WATER HARDNESS................... 19
Measuring water hardness................................ 19
Set water hardness........................................... 19
Setting the language ...................... 19
TURNING THE APPLIANCE ON................. 11
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION.................... 19
TURNING THE APPLIANCE OFF ............... 11
Disposal......................................... 20
CHANGING THE MENU SETTINGS............. 11
DISPLAYED MESSAGES......................... 21
Setting the clock............................................... 11
Setting auto-start time...................................... 11
Activating auto-start.......................................... 12
Descale............................................................. 12
Setting the temperature.................................... 12
Auto-Off............................................................ 12
Setting water hardness..................................... 12
Default values (reset)........................................ 12
Washing procedure........................................... 12
Beep ON/OFF (activates and deactivates the
beep)................................................................. 12
TROUBLESHOOTING............................. 22
Electrical requirements.................. 23
MAKING COFFEE ................................ 13
Selecting the coffee taste.................................. 13
Selecting the quantity of coffee in the cup ....... 13
Adjusting the coffee mill................................... 13
Manual rinsing.................................................. 13
Making espresso coffee using coffee beans...... 13
Making coffee using pre-ground coffee............ 14
MAKING DRINKS WITH MILK.................. 14
Filling and attaching the milk container............. 14
Making cappuccino........................................... 14
Making macchiato . .......................................... 15
Making caffelatte . ............................................ 15
Making frothed milk and hot milk (WITHOUT
COFFEE)............................................................ 15
Cleaning the milk container after use................ 15
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INTRODUCTION
SAFETY
Thank you for choosing this coffee machine. To
get the very best out of your new coffee machine
it is advisable to read these instructions before
using the appliance. This is the only way to
ensure optimum results and ma­ximum safety.
The manufacturer is not liable for damage
deriving from the failure to comply with the user
instructions.
Fundamental safety warnings
Danger!
This is an electrical appliance and may cause
electric shock.
You should therefore respect the following safety
warnings:
• Never touch the appliance with damp hands.
• Never touch the plug with damp hands.
• Make sure the socket used is freely accessible
at all times, enabling the appliance to be
unplugged when necessary.
• Unplug directly from the plug only. Never
pull the power cable as you could damage
it.
• To disconnect the appliance completely, place
the main switch at the back of the appliance
in the 0 position.
• If the appliance is faulty, do not attempt to
repair. Turn it off, unplug from the mains
socket and contact Customer Services.
Please see enclosed guarantee leaflet.
• If the plug or power cable is damaged, it
must be replaced by De’Longhi Customer
Services only to avoid all risk. Please see
enclosed guarantee leaflet.
Symbols used in these instructions
Important warnings are identified by these
symbols. These warnings must absolutely be
respected.
Danger!
Failure to observe the warning could result in
possible life threatening injury from electric
shock.
Important!
Failure to observe the warning could result in
injury or damage to the appliance.
Danger of burns!
Failure to observe the warning could result in
scalds or burns.
Please note:
This symbol identifies important advice or
information for the user.
Important!
Keep all packaging (plastic bags, polystyrene
foam) away from children.
Letters in brackets
The letters in brackets refer to the legend in the
Description of the Appliance on page 3.
Important!
The appliance is not intended for use by persons
(including children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of
experience and knowledge, unless they have
been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance by a person responsible for
their safety. Children must be supervised to
ensure they do not play with the appliance.
Troubleshooting and repairs
In the event of problems, first try and resolve
them following the information given in the
section “Displayed messages” on page 21 and
“Troubleshooting” on page 22
If this does not resolve the problem or you require
further information, you should consult Customer
Services. Please see enclosed guarantee leaflet.
If repairs are required, contact De’Longhi
Customer Services only.
The addresses are given in the guarantee
certificate provided with the appliance.
Important: Risk of burns!
This appliance produces hot water and steam
may form while it is in operation.
Avoid contact with splashes of water or hot
steam.
When the appliance is in operation, please be
aware that the cup warmer shelf (A7) becomes
hot.
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DESIGNATED USE
DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
This appliance is designed and made to prepare
coffee and heat drinks.
All other use is considered improper.
This appliance is not suitable for commercial
use.
The manufacturer is not liable for damage
deriving from improper use of the appliance.
This is a household appliance only.
It is not suitable for use in:
• staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other
working environments;
• farm houses;
• by clients in hotels, motels and other
residential type environments;
• bed and breakfast type environments.
Description of the appliance
(page 3 - A )
A1. Grinding adjustment dial
A2. Beans container
A3. Main switch
A4. Beans container lid
A5. Cover for funnel and measure
compartment
A6. Compartment for measure
A7. Cup warmer shelf
A8. Pre-ground coffee funnel
A9. Control panel
A10. Hot water and steam nozzle
A11. Infuser
A12. Water tank
A13. Power cable
A14. Cup tray
A15. Drip tray
A16. Compartment for macchiato / caffelatte
glass
A17. Grounds tray
A18. Service door
A19. Coffee spout (adjustable height)
A20. Coffee guide
A21. Hot water spout
A22. Measure
INSTRUCTIONS
Read these instructions carefully before using
the appliance.
- Failure to follow these instructions may
result in burns or damage to the appliance.
The manufacturer is not liable for damage
deriving from failure to respect these
instructions.
Please note:
Keep these instructions. If the appliance is
passed to other persons, they must also be
provided with these instructions.
Description of milk container
(page 3 - B )
B1. Container pointer
B2. Milk container handle
B3. CLEAN button
B4. Milk intake tube
B5. Frothed milk spout
B6. Lid with milk frother
Description of control panel
(page 3 - C )
A number of buttons on the panel have a double
function. This is indicated in brackets in the
description.
C1. ON/STAND-BY button
C2. Display
C3. 1 short coffee button
C4. 2 short coffees button
C5. 1 long coffee button
C6. 2 long coffees button
C7. CAFFELATTE button: delivers 1 caffelatte (or
hot milk if pressed twice consecutively)
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C8. latte macchiato button: delivers 1
macchiato (or frothed milk if pressed twice
consecutively)
C9. cappuccino button:
delivers 1
cappuccino (or frothed milk if pressed
twice consecutively)
C10.
Button to select coffee taste or use
pre-ground coffee. (OK button to confirm
changes to menu settings)
C11.
Hot water button.
(SET button to change menu settings)
C12.
Rinse button. (
button to change
menu settings).
C13.P button to access the menu.
corresponds to the value indicated on the rating
plate on the bottom of the appliance.
Connect the appliance to an efficiently earthed
and correctly installed socket with a minimum
current rating of 10A only.
If the power socket does not match the plug on
the appliance, have the socket replaced with a
suitable type by a qualified professional.
Setting up the Appliance
Please note:
• Coffee has been used to factory test the
appliance and it is therefore completely
normal for there to be traces of coffee in the
mill. The machine is, however, guaranteed to
be new.
• You should customise water hardness as
soon as possible following the instructions
in the section “Setting water hardness” on
page 19.
PRELIMINARY CHECKS
Controls after transport
After removing the packaging, make sure the
product is complete and undamaged and that all
accessories are present.
Do not use the appliance if it is visibly damaged.
Contact De’Longhi Customer Services.
Please see enclosed guarantee leaflet.
1. Plug the appliance into the mains socket
and place the main switch on the back of the
appliance in the I position (fig. 1).
You must first choose the language (the
languages scroll through at intervals of about 2
seconds).
2. When English appears, press and hold the
OK button for 3 seconds (fig. 2). Once the
language has been saved, the message
“ENGLISH INSTALLED” is displayed.
Follow the instructions indicated by the
appliance:
3. “FILL TANK!”: remove the water tank, fill to
the MAX line with fresh water then replace in
the appliance (fig. 3).
4. “INSERT WATER SPOUT AND PRESS OK”:
Check that the hot water spout is inserted on
the nozzle and place a container underneath
(fig. 4).
5. Press the OK button (fig. 2). ”PLEASE
WAIT...” is displayed and the appliance
begins to deliver hot water.
6. The appliance ends the first start up
procedure, then the message “TURNING
OFF PLEASE WAIT...” is displayed and the
appliance goes off.
The coffee maker is now ready for normal use.
Installing the appliance
Important!
When you install the appliance, you should
respect the following safety warnings:
• The appliance gives off heat. After positioning
the appliance on the work top, leave a space
of at least 3 cm between the surfaces of the
appliance and the side and rear walls and at
least 15 cm above the coffee maker.
• Water penetrating the appliance could cause
damage. Do not place the appliance near
taps or sinks.
• The appliance could be damaged if the
water it contains freezes. Do not install the
appliance in a room where the temperature
could drop below freezing point.
• Arrange the power cable in such a way that
it cannot be damaged by sharp edges or
contact with hot surfaces (e.g. electric hot
plates).
Connecting the appliance
Important!
Check that the mains power supply voltage
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Please note:
When using the appliance for the first time,
you need to make 4-5 cups of coffee or 4-5
cappuccinos before the appliance starts to give
satisfactory results.
appliance in the 0 position (fig. 6).
CHANGING THE MENU SETTINGS
Press the P button to access the programming menu.
The following items can be selected: Clock, Auto-start
time, Auto-start, Descale, Temperature, Auto-off, Water
hardness, Default values, Washing procedure, Beep
ON/OFF.
TURNING THE APPLIANCE ON
Please note:
Before turning the appliance on, make sure the
main switch at the back of the appliance is in the
I position (fig. 1).
Setting the clock
To set the time displayed, proceed as follows:
• Press the P button.
• Press the
button (corresponding to
the
symbol flashing on the display)
repeatedly until the menu arrow is on
“CLOCK”.
• Press the button (corresponding to the
SET symbol flashing on the display) to set
the time on the clock. (If you hold the button
down, the time changes rapidly).
• Press the OK button to confirm;
• Press the P button (corresponding to the
ESC symbol flashing on the display) to exit
programming mode or
to change other
parameters.
Each time the appliance is turned on, it performs
an automatic preheat and rinse cycle which
cannot be interrupted.
The appliance is ready for use only after
completion of this cycle.
Danger of burns!
During rinsing, a little hot water flows from the
coffee spouts and is collected in the drip tray.
Avoid contact with splashes of water.
• To turn the appliance on, press the
button (fig. 5). The message “HEATING UP
PLEASE WAIT” is displayed.
After heating, the message “RINSING...” is
displayed. As well as heating the boiler, the
appliance also heats the internal circuits by
circulating hot water.
The appliance is at temperature when the
message “READY” is displayed.
Please note: To display the time with the appliance off, press
any button. The time will be displayed for 5
minutes.
Setting auto-start time
You can set the auto-start time in order to
have the appliance ready at a certain time (for
example in the morning) so you can make coffee
immediately.
• Make sure the clock on the appliance has
been set as described in the previous
section.
• Press the P button, then press the
button (corresponding to the
symbol
flashing on the display) repeatedly until the
menu arrow is on “START TIME”.
• Press the
button (corresponding to
the SET symbol flashing on the display) to
set the auto-start time. (If you hold the SET
button down, the time changes rapidly).
• Press the OK button to confirm.
TURNING THE APPLIANCE OFF
Each time the appliance is turned off, it performs
an automatic rinse cycle which cannot be
interrupted.
Danger of burns!
During rinsing, a little hot water flows from the
coffee spouts.
Avoid contact with splashes of water.
To turn the appliance off, press the
button
(fig. 5). The appliance performs the rinse cycle
then goes off.
Please note:
If the appliance is not used for an extended
period, place the main switch on the back of the
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Activating auto-start
• Press the SET button again and “AUTOSTART NO” is displayed.
• Press the button (corresponding to
the SET symbol flashing on the display) to
modify the function (the appliance displays
AUTO-START YES);
• Press the OK button to activate auto-start;
• Press the P button (corresponding to the
ESC symbol flashing on the display) to exit
programming mode or
to change other
parameters.
flashing on the display) repeatedly until the
menu arrow is on “OFF AFTER 1 HOUR”.
• Press the
button (corresponding to
the SET symbol flashing on the display) to
change the number of hours the appliance
remains on.
• Press the OK button to confirm.
• Press the P button (corresponding to the
ESC symbol flashing on the display) to exit
programming mode or
to change other
parameters.
Setting water hardness
For instructions on setting water hardness, see
37.
Please note:
When the auto-start time is set, the
symbol
appears alongside the time on the display.
Default values (reset)
This resets all menu settings and programmed
quantities back to the default values (with the
exception of the language which remains as
set).
• Press the P button, then press the
button (corresponding to the
symbol
flashing on the display) repeatedly until the
menu arrow is on “RESET No”
• Press the button (corresponding to the
SET symbol flashing on the display) and the
appliance will display “RESET Yes”;
• Press the OK button to reset the default
values;
• Press the P button (corresponding to the
ESC symbol flashing on the display) to exit
programming mode or
to change other
parameters.
The appliance is now reset to the default settings
and the “READY” message is displayed.
Important!
For auto start function to work the appliance
must remain in standby mode (fig 1). Do not
switch off at supply.
Descale
For instructions on descaling, see page 18.
Setting the temperature
To modify the temperature (low, medium, high)
of the water used to make the coffee, proceed
as follows:
• Press the P button, then press the
button (corresponding to the
symbol
flashing on the display) repeatedly until the
menu arrow is on “TEMPERATURE High...”.
• Press the button (corresponding to the
SET symbol flashing on the display) until
the appliance displays the required coffee
temperature.
• Press the OK button to confirm the
temperature selected;
• Press the P button (corresponding to the
ESC symbol flashing on the display) to exit
programming mode or
to change other
parameters.
Washing procedure
This function is available to customer services
personnel only.
Beep ON/OFF (activates and deactivates the
beep)
• Press the P button, then press the
button (corresponding to the
symbol
flashing on the display) repeatedly until the
menu arrow is on “BEEP ON”.
• Press the
button (corresponding to the
SET symbol flashing on the display) and the
appliance will display “BEEP OFF”
Auto-Off
The appliance is set to switch automatically to
stand-by if not used for an hour.
The time can be changed so that the appliance
switches off after 1, 2 or 3 hours.
• Press the P button, then press the
button (corresponding to the
symbol
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Adjusting the coffee mill
The coffee mill is preset in the factory to make
coffee correctly and should not require adjusting
initially.
However, if after making the first few coffees you
find that delivery is either too fast or too slow (a
drop at a time), this can be corrected by adjusting
the grinding adjustment dial (fig. 7).
• Press the OK button to turn the beep off;
• Press the P button (corresponding to the
ESC symbol flashing on the display) to exit
programming mode or
to change other
parameters.
• The appliance is now set not to emit any beep
and displays the message “READY”.
MAKING COFFEE
Important!
The grinding adjustment dial must only be
turned when the coffee mill is in operation.
Selecting the coffee taste
The appliance is preset to make coffee with a
standard taste.
You can choose between 5 different coffee
tastes:
• Extra-mild taste
• Mild taste
• Standard taste
• Strong taste
• Extra-strong taste
To change the taste, press the
button
(fig. 2) repeatedly until the required taste is
displayed.
For slower coffee delivery
and a creamier coffee,
turn one click towards
“1” (finer pre-ground
coffee).
For faster delivery (not
a drop at a time), turn
one click towards the “7”
(coarser ground coffee).
Please note:
These adjustments will only be evident after at
least 2 cups of coffee have been delivered.
If delivery is still too fast or too slow, repeat the
correction procedure.
Selecting the quantity of coffee in the cup
The appliance is set by default to automatically
make the following quantities of coffee:
- short coffee when the
button is pressed;
- long coffee when the
button is pressed;
- two short coffees when the
button is
pressed;
- two long coffees when the
button is
pressed.
To change the quantity of coffee the appliance
delivers automatically into the cup, proceed as
described below.
- press the button corresponding to the
quantity you want to change for at least
8 seconds until the message “PROGRAM
QUANTITY” is displayed and coffee delivery
commences;
- when the coffee in the cup reaches the
required level, press the same button again
to memorise the new amount. This is
confirmed by two beeps.
The appliance is now reprogrammed with the new
settings and the message “READY” is displayed.
Manual rinsing
For a hotter coffee, before delivery rinse the
appliance through by pressing the
: button.
Hot water flows out of the coffee spouts and
heats the internal circuit of the machine so that
the coffee delivered will be hotter.
Danger of burns!
During rinsing, a little hot water flows from the
coffee spouts and is collected in the drip tray.
Avoid contact with splashes of water.
Making espresso coffee using coffee beans
Important!
Do not use caramelised or candied coffee beans
as they could stick to the coffee mill and make it
unusable.
1. Fill the container with coffee beans (fig. 8).
2. Place under the coffee spouts:
- 1 cup if you want 1 coffee (fig. 9);
- 2 cups if you want 2 coffees (fig. 10);
3. Lower the spouts as near as possible to the
Please note:
all four coffee buttons can be customised.
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cup. This makes a creamier coffee (fig. 11).
4. Press the button corresponding to the
number of coffees required (one cup
or two cups
) (fig. 12).
5. Preparation begins.
Once the coffee has been made, the appliance is
ready to use again.
5. Preparation begins.
After using the machine with pre-ground coffee, to
go back to making coffee using beans, deactivate
the pre-ground coffee function by pressing the
button again to enable the coffee mill.
Please note:
• While the machine is making coffee, delivery
can be interrupted at any time by pressing
one of the coffee buttons.
• At the end of delivery, to increase the quantity
of coffee in the cup, just press and hold
(within 3 seconds) one of the coffee buttons
until the required quantity has been reached.
Filling and attaching the milk container
1. Turn the lid of the milk container clockwise
until it becomes noticeably difficult to turn,
then remove (fig. 14).
2. Fill the milk container with a sufficient
quantity of milk, not exceeding the MAX level
marked on the handle (fig. 15).
MAKING DRINKS WITH MILK
Please note:
For a richer dense froth, use skimmed or partially
skimmed milk at refrigerator temperature
(about 5°C). To avoid milk with poor froth or
large bubbles, always clean the milk container
as described in the section “Cleaning the milk
container”.
3. Make sure the milk intake tube is correctly
inserted in the bottom of the milk container
lid (fig. 16).
4. Replace the milk container lid and turn
anticlockwise as far as it will go.
5. Remove the hot water spout from the nozzle
(fig. 17).
6. Attach the container to the nozzle and push
as far as it will go (fig. 18). The machine
emits a beep (if the beep function is active).
7. Place a sufficiently large cup under the coffee
spouts and frothed milk spout.
To use particularly tall cups/glasses, raise
the lid of the compartment in the cup tray
(fig. 19).
Please note: Tips
For hotter coffee, before delivery you should:
1) perform a rinse cycle as described in the section “Manual rinsing”.
2) before making coffee, warm the cups by
rinsing them with hot water (using the hot
water function).
Important!
If the coffee is delivered a drop at a time, too fast
and not creamy enough or too cold, read the tips
in the “Troubleshooting” section on page 22.
Making coffee using pre-ground coffee
Important!
• Never add pre-ground coffee when the
machine is off or it could spread through the
inside of the machine and dirty it. This could
damage the appliance.
• Never use more than one level measure or it
could dirty the inside of the machine or block
the funnel.
Making cappuccino
1. After attaching the milk container, position
the container pointer on 1 “ CAPPUCCINO”
printed on the milk container lid (fig. 20).
The quantity of froth can be adjusted during
delivery by moving the pointer slightly
towards 2 “MACCHIATO” for a denser froth.
Moving it towards 1 “CAPPUCCINO” obtains
a less dense froth.
2. Press the CAPPUCCINO button (fig. 21).
The message “CAPPUCCINO CONTAINER
POINTER IN POSITION 1” appears. (After a
Please note:
If you use pre-ground coffee, you can only make
one cup of coffee at a time.
1. Press the
button (fig. 2) repeatedly
until “READY PRE-GROUND” flashes on the
display.
2. Put one level measure of pre-ground coffee
into the funnel (fig. 13).
3. Place a cup under the coffee spouts.
4. Press the 1 cup
or
button (fig. 12).
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Cleaning the milk container after use
few seconds, frothed milk flows out of the
milk spout into the cup below. Milk delivery
stops automatically and coffee delivery
begins).
Important: Danger of burns
When cleaning the internal tubes of the milk
container, a little hot water leaks out of the frothed
milk tube (B5). Avoid contact with splashes of
water.
Please note:
If during delivery you want to stop making milk
or coffee, press the CAPPUCCINO button again.
Please note:
When “PRESS CLEAN BUTTON” flashes on the
display (each time you use a milk function):
1. Leave the milk container in the machine (you
do not need to empty it);
2. Place a cup or other recipient under the
frothed milk spout.
3. Press the “CLEAN” button (fig. 26) and hold
it down for at least 8 seconds. The message
“CLEANING...” is displayed.
4. Remove the milk container and always clean
the nozzle with a sponge (fig. 27).
Making macchiato
1. After attaching the milk container, position
the container pointer (B1) on 2 “LATTE
MACCHIATO” (fig. 22) printed on the milk
container lid.
2. Press the LATTE MACCHIATO button (fig.
23). The message “LATTE MACCHIATO
CONTAINER POINTER IN POSITION 2”
appears. After a few seconds, frothed milk
flows out of the milk spout into the cup
below. Milk delivery stops automatically and
coffee delivery begins.
Please note:
• The milk left in the jug can be kept in the
refrigerator. The milk should not be left out
of the refrigerator for more than 15 minutes.
Please note:
If during delivery you want to stop making milk
or coffee, press the LATTE MACCHIATO button
again.
Programming the quantities of coffee and milk
in the cup
The appliance is set by default to deliver standard
quantities.
To change these quantities, proceed as follows:
1. Place a cup under the coffee spouts and milk
spout.
2. Press and hold the CAPPUCCINO button
(fig. 21) until the message “MILK FOR
CAPPUCCINO PROGRAM QUANTITY” is
displayed.
3. Release the button. The appliance starts
delivering milk.
4. Once the required quantity of milk has
been delivered into the cup, press the
CAPPUCCINO button again.
5. After a few seconds, the appliance
starts delivering coffee into the cup and
the message “COFFEE FOR CAPPUCC.
PROGRAM QUANTITY” is displayed.
6. Once the required quantity of coffee has
been delivered into the cup, press the
CAPPUCCINO button again. Coffee delivery
stops and “ready” appears on the display.
The machine is now reprogrammed with the new
Making caffelatte
1. After attaching the milk container, position
the container pointer on CAFFELATTE (fig.
24) printed on the milk container lid.
2. Press the CAFFELATTE button (fig. 25).
The message “CAFFELATTE CONTAINER
POINTER IN POSITION 3” appears. After a
few seconds, milk is delivered from the milk
spout into the cup below. Milk delivery stops
automatically and coffee delivery begins.
Please note:
If during delivery you want to stop making milk
or coffee, press the CAFFELATTE button again.
Making frothed milk and hot milk (WITHOUT
COFFEE)
1. After attaching the milk container, position
the container pointer (B1) according to
the quantity of froth you require (pos. 3
caffelatte = little froth; pos. 1 cappuccino =
fuller froth).
2. Press the CAPPUCCINO, LATTE MACCHIATO
or CAFFELATTE button twice (within 2
seconds).
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CLEANING
quantities.
The quantities of coffee and milk for macchiato
and caffelatte can also be programmed via the
same procedure
Cleaning the coffee maker
The following parts of the machine must be
cleaned regularly:
- coffee grounds container (A17),
- drip tray (A15),
- water tank (A12),
- coffee spouts (A19) and hot water nozzle
(A10),
- pre-ground coffee funnel (A8),
- inside the machine, accessible after opening
the service door (A18),
- infuser (A11),
- milk container (B)
HEATING WATER
Preparation
Important! Danger of burns.
Never leave the machine unsupervised while
delivering hot water.
The hot water spout becomes hot while water is
being delivered and must be held by the handle
only.
1. Make sure the hot water spout (B7) is
attached correctly (fig. 4).
2. Place a container under the spout (as close
as possible to avoid splashes).
3. Press the
button (fig. 2). The message
“HOT WATER...” is displayed.
4. Water flows out of the spout. Delivery stops
automatically after 250 ml.
5. To interrupt delivery of hot water manually,
press the
button again.
Important!
• Do not use solvents, abrasive detergents
or alcohol to clean the coffee maker. With
De’Longhi automatic coffee makers, you do
not need to use chemical products to clean
the machine. The descaler recommended
by De’Longhi is made from natural and
completely biodegradable substances.
• None of the components of the appliance can
be washed in a dishwasher with the exception
of the milk container (B).
• Do not use metal objects to remove
encrustations or coffee deposits as they
could scratch metal or plastic surfaces.
Important:
You should not deliver hot water for more than 2
minutes at a time.
Changing the quantity of hot water
The appliance is set by default to automatically
deliver 250 ml.
To modify these quantities, proceed as follows:
1. Position a container under the spouts.
2. Press and hold the
button until
the message “HOT WATER PROGRAM
QUANTITY” is displayed.
3. When the hot water in the cup reaches the
required level, press the
button again.
The machine is now reprogrammed with the new
quantity.
Cleaning the coffee grounds container
When “EMPTY GROUNDS CONTAINER!” is
displayed, the grounds container must be
emptied and cleaned.
Until the grounds container has been cleaned,
the appliance continues to display the message
and coffee cannot be made.
To clean (with the machine on):
• Open the service door on the front of the
appliance (fig. 28), extract the drip tray (fig.
29), empty and clean.
• Empty the grounds container and clean
thoroughly to remove all residues left on the
bottom.
Important!
The ground container works on a timer so
everytime the drip tray is removed, the grounds
container must be emptied, even if it contains
few grounds.
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If this is not done, when you make the next
coffees, the grounds container may fill up more
than expected and clog the machine.
from the mains power supply.
Never immerse the coffee maker in water.
Cleaning the inside of the coffee maker
1. Check regularly (about once a week) that the
inside of the appliance is not dirty.
If necessary, remove coffee deposits with a
knife and a sponge.
2. Remove the residues with a vacuum cleaner
(fig. 33).
Cleaning the drip tray
Important!
If the drip tray is not emptied regularly, the
water could overflow from the edge and seep
inside or around the coffee maker. This could
damage the machine, the surface it rests on or
the surrounding area.
Cleaning the infuser
The infuser must be cleaned at least once a
month.
The drip tray is fitted with a level indicator (red)
showing the level of water it contains (fig. 30).
Before the indicator protrudes from the cup tray,
the drip tray must be emptied and cleaned.
To remove the tray.
1. Open the service door (fig. 28);
2. Remove the drip tray and the grounds
container (fig. 29);
3. Empty and wash the drip tray (A15) and
grounds container (A17);
4. Remove the drip tray complete with grounds
container (A17);
5. Close the service door.
Important!
The infuser (A11) must not be removed when the
appliance is on.
Do not attempt to use force to remove the infuser
as this could damage the coffee maker.
1. Make sure the machine is correctly turned
off (see “Turning the appliance off”).
2. Open the service door (fig. 28).
3. Remove the drip tray and grounds container
(fig. 29).
4. Press the two red release buttons inwards
and at the same time pull the infuser
outwards (fig. 34).
Cleaning the water tank
1. Clean the water tank (A12) regularly (about
once a month) with a damp cloth and a little
mild washing up liquid.
2. Clean to remove all washing up liquid residues,
then rinse the water tank thoroughly.
Important!
Do not use washing up liquid to clean the infuser.
It would remove the lubricant applied to the
inside of the piston, causing the infuser to seize
up and become unusable.
Cleaning the coffee spouts
1. Clean the spout regularly using a sponge
or cloth (fig. 31). Also clean the hot water
nozzle (fig. 27).
2. Check regularly that the holes in the coffee
spout are not blocked. If necessary, remove
coffee deposits with a toothpick (fig. 32).
5. Soak the infuser in water for about 5 minutes,
then rinse under the tap.
6. After cleaning, replace the infuser by sliding
it onto the internal support and pin at the
bottom, then push the PUSH symbol fully in
until it clicks into place.
Cleaning the pre-ground coffee funnel
• Check regularly (about once a month ) that
the pre-ground coffee funnel is not blocked.
If necessary, remove coffee deposits with a
knife.
Danger of electric shock!
Before performing any cleaning operations, the
machine must be turned off and disconnected
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Descale
Please note:
If the infuser is difficult to
insert, you must first adapt
it to the right dimensions
by pressing it forcefully
from the bottom and top
as shown in the figure.
7. Once inserted, make sure the
two red buttons have snapped
out.
8. Replace the drip tray and
grounds container.
9. Close the service door.
Descale the machine when the message
“DESCALE!” flashes on the display.
Important!
Descaler contains acids which may irritate the
skin and eyes.
It is vital to respect the manufacturer’s safety
warnings given on the descaler pack and the
warnings relating to the procedure to follow in
the event of contact with the skin and eyes.
Please note:
Use De’Longhi recommended descaler only.
Under no circumstances should you use
sulphamic or acetic based descalers. Their use
invalidates the guarantee. Failure to descale
the appliance as described also invalidates the
guarantee.
Cleaning the milk container
Clean the milk container regularly as described
below:
1. Turn the milk container lid clockwise then
remove it.
2. Remove the milk
spout and intake
tube.
3. Remove
the
container pointer
by pulling it
outwards.
4. Wash all the
components
thoroughly with
hot water and
mild washing-up
liquid.
All components
can be washed
in a dishwasher,
placing them in
the top basket of
the dishwasher.
Make sure there
are no milk residues left inside the holes and
the groove on the fine end of the container
pointer.
5. Check that the intake tube and spout are not
clogged with milk residues.
6. Replace the container pointer, milk spout and
intake tube.
7. Replace the lid on the milk container, turning
it anticlockwise to hook it in place.
1. Turn the machine on.
2. Enter the settings menu by pressing the P
button.
3. Press the
button (corresponding to the
symbol flashing on the display) until the
menu arrow is on “DESCALE NO”.
4. Press the
button (corresponding to
the SET symbol flashing on the display)
and “DESCALE YES” appears. Press OK to
activate the function.
5. The message “ADD DESCALER” is
displayed.
6. Before confirming, empty the water tank
(A12).
Pour the descaler diluted with water
(respecting the proportions indicated on the
descaler bottle) into the water tank.
Place an empty container with a minimum
capacity of 1.5 litres under the hot water
spout.
Important! Danger of burns
Hot water containing acid flows out of the hot
water spout.
Avoid contact with splashes of water.
7. Confirm with the OK button.
8. The message “APPLIANCE IN DESCALE” is
displayed. The descaling programme starts
and the descaler liquid comes out of the water
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Set water hardness
1. Press the P button to enter the menu.
2. Press the
button (corresponding to
the
symbol flashing on the display)
repeatedly until the menu arrow is on
“WATER HARDNESS”.
3. Confirm the selection by pressing the OK
button.
4. Press the
button (corresponding to the
SET symbol flashing on the display) until the
number displayed coincides with the number
of red squares on the test strip.
5. Press the OK button to confirm the setting.
6. Press the P button (corresponding to the
ESC symbol flashing on the display) to exit
programming mode or
to change other
parameters.
The machine is now reprogrammed with the new
water hardness setting.
spout. The descale programme automatically
performs a series of rinses and pauses to
remove limescale deposits from inside the
machine.
After about 30 minutes, the message “RINSING...
FILL TANK!” is displayed.
9. The appliance is now ready for rinsing with
clean water.
Remove the water tank, empty, rinse
under running water, fill with clean water
and replace. “RINSING... PRESS OK” is
displayed.
10.Empty the container used to collect the
descaler solution and replace it under the hot
water spout.
11. Press the OK button to start rinsing. Hot
water flows out of the spout and the message
“RINSING...” is displayed.
12.When the water tank is completely empty,
the message “RINSING COMPLETE... PRESS
OK” is displayed.
13.Press the OK button, fill the water tank and
the appliance is ready for use.
Setting the language
To change the language on the display, proceed
as follows:
• Press the OK button for at least 5 seconds
until the appliance displays the installation
message in various languages.
• When the language required appears, press
OK for 3 seconds.
SETTING WATER HARDNESS
The DESCALE message is displayed after a
period of time established according to water
hardness.
The machine is factory set for a hardness value
of 4. The machine can also be programmed
according to the hardness of the mains water in
the various regions, varying the frequency with
which the message is displayed.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Voltage: 220-240 V~ 50/60 Hz max. 10A
Absorbed power: 1350W
Pressure: 15 bars
Water tank capacity: 1,8 litres
Size LxHxD: 282x374x441 mm
Weight: 11,4 Kg
Measuring water hardness
1. Remove the “TOTAL HARDNESS TEST”
indicator paper from its pack.
2. Immerse the paper completely in a glass of
water for one second.
3. After about a minute, 1, 2, 3, or 4 red squares
form, depending on the hardness of the water.
Each square corresponds to one level.
The appliance complies with the following EC
directives:
• “Low voltage Directive” 2006/95/CE and
suc¬cessive amendments.
• “EMC Directive” EMC 2004/108/CE and
successive amendments.
• The materials and objects destined to
come into contact with food stuffs are
in compliance with the provisions of the
1935/2004 European Standard.
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
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Disposal
Recommendations for the correct disposal of the
product in compliance with the 2002/96/CE European Directive.
The product must not be disposed of as
urban waste at the end of its working
life.
It must be taken to appropriate local authority
separate waste collection centres or to dealers
providing this service.
Disposing of a household appliance separately
avoids possible negative consequences for the
environment and health deriving from unsuitable
disposal and allows to recover the materials of
which it is made in order to make significant savings in energy and resources.
The product has the crossed-out wheeled bin
mark as a reminder of the obligation to dispose
of household appliances separately.
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DISPLAYED MESSAGES
MESSAGE
MEANING
WHAT TO DO
FILL TANK
•
The water tank is empty or
positioned incorrectly.
•
Fill the tank with water and/or
insert it correctly, pushing it as far
as it will go.
GROUND TOO FINE ADJUST MILL
INSERT WATER SPOUT AND PRESS OK
•
The grinding is too fine and the
coffee is delivered too slowly.
•
Repeat coffee delivery and turn
the grinding adjustment dial one
click clockwise towards “7” while
the coffee mill is in operation. The
effect is only visible after delivering
two coffees.
•
The machine cannot make coffee
as there is air in the hydraulic
circuit.
•
Press the OK button to deliver
water from the spout until it flows
out normally.
EMPTY GROUNDS CONTAINER
•
The grounds container is full or
more than three days have passed
since you last made coffee (this
guarantees correct hygiene of the
machine).
•
Empty the grounds container and
clean, then replace. Important:
when removing the drip tray,
the grounds container MUST be
emptied, even if it is not completely
full. If this is not done, when you
make the next coffees, the grounds
container may fill up more than
expected and clog the machine.
INSERT GROUNDS CONTAINER
•
After cleaning, the grounds
container has not been replaced.
•
Open the service door and insert
the grounds container.
ADD PRE-GROUND COFFEE
•
With the function selected, preground coffee has not been poured
into the funnel.
•
Place pre-ground coffee in the
funnel.
•
The funnel (A8) is blocked.
•
Empty the funnel with the help of
a knife, as described in the section
“Cleaning the pre-ground coffee
funnel”.
•
The coffee beans have run out.
•
Fill beans container
•
The pre-ground coffee funnel is
clogged.
•
Empty the funnel with the help of
a knife, as described in the section
“Cleaning the pre-ground coffee
funnel”.
DESCALE
•
The machine must be descaled.
•
The descaling procedure described
in the “Descale” section needs to
be performed as soon as possible.
CLOSE DOOR
•
The service door is open
•
Close the service door.
INSERT WATER SPOUT
•
The hot water spout is not inserted
or is inserted incorrectly.
•
Insert the hot water spout as far as
it will go.
INSERT INFUSER ASSEMBLY
•
The infuser has not been replaced
after cleaning.
•
Insert the infuser as described in
the section “Cleaning the infuser”.
LESS COFFEE
•
Too much coffee has been used.
•
Select a milder taste or reduce the
quantity of pre-ground coffee, then
make the coffee again.
INSERT MILK CONTAINER!
•
The milk container is not inserted. •
Insert the milk container as far as it
will go.
FILL BEANS CONTAINER
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GENERAL ALARM
•
The inside of the appliance is very
dirty..
•
Clean the appliance thoroughly as
described in the section “ Cleaning
the inside of the coffee maker”.
If the message is still displayed
after cleaning, contact Customer
Services.
PRESS CLEAN BUTTON
•
Milk has been delivered recently
and the tubes inside the milk
container must be cleaned.
•
Press the CLEAN button and hold
it down for at least 8 seconds. The
message “CLEANING” is displayed.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Below is a list of some of the possible malfunctions.
If the problem cannot be resolved as described, contact Customer Services.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
The coffee is not hot
•
The cups were not preheated.
•
Warm the cups by rinsing them
with hot water.
•
The infuser has cooled down
because 2/3 minutes have elapsed
since the last coffee was made.
•
Before making coffee, rinse as
described in the notes in the
section “Making coffee using coffee
beans”.
•
The coffee is ground too coarsely.
•
Turn the grinding adjustment dial
one click anticlockwise towards
“1” while the coffee mill is in
operation (fig. 7). Continue one
click at a time until coffee delivery
is satisfactory.
•
Wrong type of coffee
•
Use a type of coffee for espresso
coffee makers.
The coffee is delivered too slowly or a
drop at a time.
•
The coffee is ground too finely.
•
Turn the grinding adjustment dial
one click clockwise towards “7”
while the coffee mill is in operation
(fig. 7). Continue one click at a time
until coffee delivery is satisfactory.
The effect is only visible after
delivering two coffees.
The coffee is delivered too quickly.
•
The coffee is ground too coarsely.
•
Turn the grinding adjustment dial
one click anticlockwise towards “1”
while the coffee mill is in operation
(fig. 7). Avoid turning the grinding
adjustment dial excessively
otherwise when you select 2 cups,
the coffee may be delivered a drop
at a time. The effect is only visible
after delivering two coffees.
Coffee does not come out of one of the
spouts.
•
The spouts are blocked.
•
Clean the spouts with a toothpick.
•
The coffee guide inside the service
door is blocked and cannot swing.
•
Thoroughly clean the coffee guide,
particularly near the hinges.
Water comes out of the spouts instead
of coffee.
•
The pre-ground coffee may be
blocked in the funnel. (A8).
•
Empty the funnel with the help of
a knife, as described in the section
“Cleaning the pre-ground coffee
funnel”.
The milk does not come out of the milk
spout. (B5).
•
The intake tube is not inserted or is
inserted incorrectly.
•
Insert the intake tube in the rubber
washer in the milk container lid
(fig. 16).
The coffee is not creamy enough
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The milk is not well frothed.
The milk contains bubbles or squirts out
of the milk spout.
The appliance does not come on.
•
The container pointer is incorrectly
adjusted.
•
Adjust following the instructions
in the section on preparing drinks
with milk.
•
The milk container lid is dirty.
•
Clean the milk container lid as
described in the section “Cleaning
the milk container”.
•
The milk is not cold enough or is
not semi-skimmed.
•
You should ideally use skimmed or
semi-skimmed milk at refrigerator
temperature (about 5°C). If the
result is still disappointing, try
another brand of milk.
•
The container pointer is incorrectly
adjusted.
•
Adjust following the instructions
in the section on preparing drinks
with milk.
•
The milk container lid is dirty.
•
Clean the milk container lid as
described in the section “Cleaning
the milk container”.
•
It is not plugged into the mains
socket.
•
Plug into the mains socket.
•
The main switch is not turned on.
•
Place the main switch on the back
of the appliance in the I position
(fig. 1).
Electrical requirements
Before using this appliance ensure that the voltage indicated on the product corresponds with the main voltage in your home, if you
are in any doubt about your supply contact your local electricity company.
The flexible mains lead is supplied connected to a B.S. 1363 fused plug having a fuse of 13 amp capacity.
Should this plug not fit the socket outlets in your home, it should be cut off and replaced with a suitable plug, following the procedure outlined below.
Note: Such a plug cannot be used for any other appliance and should therefore be properly disposed of and not left where children
might find it and plug it into a supply socket - with the obvious consequent danger.
N.B. We recommend the use of good quality plugs and wall sockets that can be switched off when the machine is not in use.
important: the wires in the mains lead fitted to this appliance are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Green and Yellow to Earth
green and yellow earth
blue neutral
brownlive
13 amp
Fuse
Blue to
neutral
Brown to
live
Cord Clamp
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the
terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
- The wire which is coloured green and yellow must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter E or
by the earth symbol
or coloured green or green and yellow.
- The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black.
- The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
When wiring the plug, ensure that all strands of wire are securely retained in each terminal. Do not forget to tighten the mains
lead clamp on the plug. If your electricity supply point has only two pin socket outlets, or if you are in doubt, consult a qualified
electrician.
Should the mains lead ever require replacement, it is essential that this operation be carried out by a qualified electrician and should
only be replaced with a flexible cord of the same size.
After replacement of a fuse in the plug, the fuse cover must be refitted. If the fuse cover is lost, the plug must not be used until a
replacement cover is obtained. The colour of the correct replacement fuse cover is that of the coloured insert in the base of the fuse
recess or elsewhere on the plug. Always state this colour when ordering a replacement fuse cover.
Only 13amp replacement fuses which are asta approved to B.S. 1362 should be fitted.
This appliance conforms to the Norms EN 55014 regarding the suppression of radio interference.
Warning - this appliance must be earthed
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