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Coffee Machine
GAGGIA BABILA
Service
Service Manual
Rev. 00 MARCH 2017
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Power supply and output:
240 V~ 50 Hz 1900W - 230 V~ 50/60 Hz 1900 W 120 V~ 60 Hz 1300 W
Temperature monitoring:
(NTC) variable resistor sensor - transmits the value to the electronic card
Safety system:
2 thermostats at 190°C one shot
Coffee heat exchanger output: Stainless steel
for coffee, hot water and steam dispensing
(230 V~) 1900 W - (120 V~) 1300 W - (100 V~) 1100 W
Dimensions: W x H x D in mm:
245 x 360 x 420 mm (data may vary depending on the model)
Stand-by power consumption
< 0,5W
Weight:
13.4 kg (data may vary depending on the model)
Water tank capacity:
1.5 l
Coffee bean hopper capacity:
300 g. of coffee beans
Dreg drawer capacity:
11
Heating time:
Approx. 45 sec.
Water circuit filling time:
Approx. 15 sec Max. on first filling cycle
Power consumption:
During heating phase- approx. 5.6 A
Automatic dosage:
Dose adjustment controlled by the electronic system
Material
Housing
ABS/ABS+PMMA/METAL
Beans container
ABS
Water tank
SAN
Dreg drawer
ABS
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Published by Saeco International Group
Subject to modification
2017-March-02
GAGGIA BABILA
Table of contents
Page
1.
Introduction
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
1.4.
1.5
1.6.1.
1.6.2.
Documentation required
Tools and equipment required
Material
Safety warnings
Service Policy
External machine parts
Internal machine parts
2.
Technical specifications
2.1.
2.2.
2.3.1.
Technical specifications
Machine parameters and performance
Specification for the measurement of the milk products
temperature
Specification for the measurement of the Milk products
temperature.
2.3.2
3.
Brief instructions
3.1.
Customer and programming menu
4.
Operating logic
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
4.4.
4.5.
4.6.
4.7.
4.8.
4.9.
4.10.
4.11.
4.12.
4.13.
4.14.
Water circuit
Frother valve assembly
General carafe assembly
Multi-way valve
Coffee cycle
Single microswitch
Temperature sensor (adjustment)
Coffee grinder
Detection of coffee bean absence, dose adjustment,
blocked coffee grinder
Auto-learning dose (SAS)
SBS
Water level detection in the tank
Drip tray water level detection
AquaClean water filter
5.
5.1.
Service Mode
Test mode
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To Rev. Chapter
Table of contents
Page
1
1
1
1
2
3
5
5.2.
5.3.
5.4.
Steam-out
Diagnostics mode
Saeco Service Center - Quick Start Guide
6.
Service and maintenance
6.1.
Repair Flow
1
1
4
7.
Disassembly
7.1.
Outer elements
1
7.2.
Coffee grinder
2
7.3.
Grinder blades
3
7.4.
Coffee grinder adjustment
4
7.5.
Steam pump
5
7.6.
Coffee pump
5
7.7.
Flow meter
5
7.8.
Power Board
6
7.9.
Steam boiler
6
1
2
2
4
5
6
6
7
7
7.10.
Coffee boiler
6
7.11.
Gearmotor
7
7.12.
Frother valve assembly
8
7.13.
Dispenser assembly
8
7.14
CPU Water level Sensor
8
7.15.
Steam pipe assembly
9
7.16.
Teflon pipe support and carafe fitting assembly
9
7.17
Carafe board general assembly
10
8
9
10
10
11
7.18
CPU board, display and front panel
10
7.19
Un/installing Oetiker clamps
11
8.
Notes
9.
Water circuit diagram
10
Electrical diagram
5
1
1
MODIFICATIONS TO SERVICE MANUAL
Inserted
7
8
12
1
Modified
GAGGIA BABILA
CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
GAGGIA BABILA
1.1
01 INTRODUCTION
Documentation required
The following documentation is needed for repair procedures:
• Instruction booklet for specific model
• Technical documentation for specific model (diagrams, exploded view, sympton cure and
service manual)
1.2 Tools and equipment required
As well as the standard equipment, the following is required:
12NC
996530009845
SSC (Saeco Service Center)
Notes
Scale limit > 150°C
Tool needed for programming with SSC
Tool used to flash the SW on the machines (for
SW upgrade and diagnostics mode). Refer to
SDA_111359.
1.3Material
12NC
996530067222
132253695601
996530045784
Description
Screwdriver
Pliers for Oetiker clamps
CC -A - Vdc tester
Digital thermometer
Serkit
1.4
Material
Thermal paste
Descaler
Grease solvent
Silicone grease
Code and Description
Heat resistance > 200°C
“ACC SAE DECALCIFIER 5 L 1 UNIT”
“PARALIQ GB 363”
“ACC TUBE FIN FOOD GREASE 2 400 ML”
Safety warnings
We recommend you consult the technical manual of the machine before performing any maintenance work.
Observe all applicable standards relating to the repair of electrical appliances.
Always disconnect the power plug from the mains before beginning repair work.
Simply turning off the main machine power switch is not an adequate safety
precaution.
This domestic appliance is rated as insulation class I.
On completion of the repair work, insulation and dielectric rigidity tests must be
performed.
Disassembling the machine, the operator must pay attention to hot and under
Pressure parts: boiler, pin-boiler, valves, dispensing, steam tube, brew unit,
connections and pipes to avoid burns. Please refer to specific hydraulic circuit
(Image1) to know the parts in detail.
The machine hydraulic circuit can reach maximum pressure of 16/18 bar.
To operate in safety condition is recommended to perform the Steam Out procedure in
order to remove the pressure and hot water inside the hydraulic circuit.
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Image 1
Water
Hot water /steam
From this point circuit
in pressure
From this point circuit
High temperaure
1.5
Service POLICY grid as used for coffee machine
For IN WARRANTY repairs is raccomanded to use when and where possible the single components, available in the exploded views of the coffee machines or of the specific components. If you
find the information “SEE THE EXPLODED VIEW E........” in the assembly description field, it means
that the single components of the assembly are available in the other pages of the exploded view. It’s possible to use the assembly only if there is a specific Symptom Cure
that include this possibility or when the single components are not available for the order.
List of principal assembly present in all our coffee machines
Components
Assembly use
Single components available
COFFEE
GRINDER
Only for OOW repairs
YES, to consult the specific exploded-view of the machine or
of the Coffee Grinder on website
BREWING UNIT
Only for OOW repairs
YES, to consult the specific exploded-view of the machine or
of the Brewing unit on website
BOILER
Only for OOW repairs
YES, to consult the specific exploded-view of the machine on
website
GEAR
MOTOR
Only for OOW repairs
YES, to consult the specific exploded-view of the machine on
website
FILTER
HOLDER
Only for OOW repairs
YES, to consult the specific exploded-view of the machine on
website
MILK
CARAFE
Only for OOW repairs
YES, to consult the specific exploded-view of the machine on
website
THERMAL
CARAFE
Only for OOW repairs
YES, to consult the specific exploded-view of the Thermal
Carafe on website
MILK ISLAND
Only for OOW repairs
YES, to consult the specific exploded-view of the Milk Island
on website
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01 INTRODUCTION
1.6.1 External machine parts
12
1
2
7
8
9
3
10
13 14
16
15
4
5
18
11
6
17
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
Water tank
Pre-ground coffee compartment
Service door
Dispensing spout
Hot water/steam wand
Full drip tray indicator
Coffee bean hopper with lid
Grinder adjustment
Control panel
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Carafe coupling cap
Drip tray (external)
Brew group
Coffee grounds drawer
Drip tray (internal)
Service door button
Power cord socket
Power button
Milk carafe
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28
33
32 29
30
31 34
35 36
01 INTRODUCTION
27
38 28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
37 36
Espresso button
Espresso Long button
Cappuccino button
Coffee button
“Special Drink” button
“Aroma” - Pre-ground coff ee button
“OK” button
“ESC” button
“MENU” button
Carafe cleaning cycle activation
button (Clean)
37 Stand-by button
38 Latte macchiato button
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1.6.2 Internal machine parts
Water level
capacitive sensor
Power Board
Multi-way valve
Diffuser valve
Coffee boiler
Flow meter
Steam boiler
Steam pump
Water tank connection
Water tank presence/
absence plate
Water pump
Coffee grinder
Coffee cover
presence sensor
Ground coffee
conveyor
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CHAPTER 2
TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATIONS
02 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
GAGGIA BABILA
2.1. Technical specifications
Power supply and output:
240 V~ 50 Hz 1400 W - 230 V~ 50/60 Hz 1400 W 120 V~ 60 Hz 1500 W - 100 V~ 50/60 Hz 1300 W
Temperature monitoring:
Variable resistor sensors (NTC)
transmits the value to the control board
2 manual reset or one-shot thermostats (175°C)
(230/120 V~) 1300 W – (100 V~) 1100 W
to dispense coffee, hot water and steam
Safety system:
Coffee heat exchanger output:
Stainless steel
Steam heat exchanger output:
Stainless steel
Gearmotor:
Coffee pump
As above
Steam pump
Overpressure valve:
(multi-way valve)
Water filter:
Coffee grinder:
Automatic dosage
Consumption:
Consumption in Stand-by
Dimensions: W x H x D in mm:
Weight:
Water tank capacity:
Coffee container capacity
Dreg drawer capacity
Heat exchanger capacity:
Water circuit filling time:
Heating time:
Grinding time:
2 rotation directions; 24VC power supply
Ulka Type EP5/S GW approx. 13-15 bar with reciprocating
piston and 120°C cutout 48 W, 230V, 50 Hz, 120V, 60Hz 100V,
50/60 Hz
Ulka MF with reciprocating piston 230V, 50 Hz, 120V, 60Hz 100V
50/60 Hz
Opening at approx. 17-23 bar
In tank
Direct current motor with flat ceramic grinder blades
Dose adjustment controlled by the electronic system
During the heating phase - approx. 5.6 A
<1W
245x360x420 (data may vary depending on the model)
13.4 kg (data may vary depending on the model)
1.5 l.
300 g coffee beans
11
Approx. 10 cc
Approx. 15 sec. max on first filling cycle
Approx. 45 sec.
Approx. 8-10 sec.
2.2. Machine parameters and performance
PRODUCT
QUANTITY
Expresso
Expresso
lungo
Pre-ground
Hot water
Steam
nozzle
Min
quantity
(Puls.)
50
Max
quantity
(Puls.)
130 - 170 *
Max
quantity
(Puls.)
600
70
200 - 230 *
600
Yes
Set by
the Production/Service
Dept
No
Yes
No
Set
by the user
Yes
Continues for 400 pulses
Continues until the water is used up (capacitive sensor)
* Depends on the language selected by the user
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RINSE
When performed
Initial rinse
When the machine is switched on
and the temperature of the
boiler reaches ≤ 50°C
No. of Pulses
Stop option
Can be disabled by the user
Can be disabled by
the Production/Service Dept
No. of pulses adjustable by
the user
No. of pulses adjustable by
the Production/Service Dept
Pulse range
(Min - Max)
130
Yes, by pressing any key
Yes
Final rinse
When the machine is switched
off electronically, manually or
automatically after 60', if at least
one coffee has been dispensed
before being switched off
100
Yes, by pressing any key
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
STAND-BY
Input time (min - max)
Input time (default)
Input time set by user
Input time set by
the Production/Service Dept
Boiler temperature during Stand-by
Cup heater during stand-by
Timer and Stand-by
Description and values
15 minutes - 180 minutes
15 minutes
Yes
Yes
Boiler OFF
Cup heater OFF
Yes **
** The machine switches on at the TimerOn (Timer) value and switches off when the
"Stand-by input time" (Delay - Time) has elapsed
DREG DRAWER
Time-out for dreg drawer
Description and values
5 sec.
Warning to empty dreg drawer
Yes, after 12 lots of dregs
Empty dreg drawer block alarm
(double expresso as the last dispensed product)
15 lots of dregs
(16 lots of dregs)
Reset dreg counter
Only if the Warning or the empty dreg drawer
alarm is triggered and the dreg drawer is removed for at least 5 seconds.
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WATER TANK
Water reserve (pulses) with water filter
Water reserve (pulses) with no water filter
Water reserve modifiable by the Production/Service Dept
"Fill tank" alarm
"No tray" alarm
Water mains
Description
200
200
No
Yes
No
No
Descaling cycle frequency with AQUACLEAN filter
The first activation must make before you've paid up to 5,00 l products because mind thinks as if he had the filter
Hardness
Filter number
From 1/8 to
7/8
Indifferent
Percentual on display
10% the icon flashes
slowly. (encourage the
consumer to buy the
filter)
8,00 l
Percentual on display
0% the icon flashes
quickly. (tell the consumer to change the
filter)
2,0 l
MAX Quantity
water, the icon
turns off. (replace
filter)
110 l
8/8
Replace filter
(you can not
turn off)
Descaling
If after descaling or after the use of a filter this is not reactivated , the machine recognizes the water hardness setting and calculates as in the table below.
Descaling cycle frequency
Hardness
WATER HARDNESS
Without water filter
Not reactivating the filter
1
Soft (up to 7°dH)
240 litres (480,000 pulses)
210 litres (420,000 pulses)
2
Medium (7° - 14°dH)
120 litres (240,000 pulses)
105 litres (210,000 pulses)
3
Hard (15° - 21°dH)
60 litres (120,000 pulses)
52.5 litres (105,000 pulses)
4
Very hard (over 21°dH)
30 litres (60,000 pulses)
26.25 litres (52,500 pulses)
The default water hardness level is 4. Each litre of water corresponds to approximately 2,000 pulses.
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02 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
2.3.1. Specification for the measurement of the coffee products temperature.
The temperature is influenced by the flow from the dispenser and stratification of temperatures in
the glass. In order to consider these phenomena and to introduce measures that allow comparisons
in controlled conditions, below guidelines must be followed:
Conditions:
a) Water temperature in tank: 23°C (+/-2°C).
b) It must be used a plastic cup (see picture N°1).
c) It must be used a thermocouple thermometer (e.g. type K - see picture N°2).
d) The coffee machine is tested without any change of parameters or calibrations, which may
affect the temperature of products, so the measurement of temperature must be done with
machine in default factory setting.
Procedure:
1. The temperature must be measured in the cup, immediately after dispensing. Cup has to be
placed on a non-metal surface using a thermocouple thermometer (Picture 1).
2. The temperature in the cup is measured by immersing the probe of the thermometer up to touch
the bottom.The probe then must be moved in a circular motion for 5/6 rotations. At the of the rotations, stop in the center of the cup (Picture 2).
3. The highest temperature measured during the rotations is the value we are searching for, and
that must be reported;
4. Test measurement: from end of dispensing to the end of rotations must be completed within 12
seconds.
5. the distance of the probe from the bottom of the glass is a function of the quantity of coffee dispensed: 10mm for 35gr - 17mm for 60gr - 35mm for 120gr and superior (Picture 3).
Limits of acceptability
The acceptance limits are divided by features and
products and are the following:
Espresso Coffee Italy Q.ty 25/40 gr.
Temperature of 1st product 69°C ≤ 85°C
Temperature of 2nd product 72°C ≤ 85°C
DISPLAY
Coffee Q.ty 70/120 gr.
Temperature of 1st product 69°C ≤ 85°C
Temperature of 2nd product 72°C ≤ 85°C
Picture 1
Ø max 2mm
Picture 2
Picture 3
for 120gr and
superior
for 60gr
for 35gr
35 mm
17 mm
10 mm
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2.3.2. Specification for the measurement of the Milk products temperature.
Milk evaluation
To carry out the test, a partially skimmed UHT milk with a percentage of grease between 1.5-1.8%
at a refrigerator temperature Trefr. (between 4 to 10°C) must be used.
The milk product must be checked on a beaker of 250 ml of capability and with an inner diameter
of 70mm, brewing 100gr of product.
Parameters to be respected:
The parameters to be respected are: milk temperature and height of the cream. Each of these parameters, however, must be evaluated depending on the type of system used for the production of
hot milk. Actually three types of devices are present on the appliances:
• Manual system (pannarello)
• Semi-Automatic system (cappuccinatore)
• Automatic system (carafe, Pinless wonder system, etc.)
Milk temperature in the beaker:
System without Pinless Wonder: With milk at Trefr. (about 4-10 °C):
≥ 36
how does it work:
1. The cold milk is frothed with air in the first chamber.
2. Then, the frothed milk is heated in the second chamber thanks to the steam.
Height of the milk cream in the beaker:
Manual system (pannarello) ≥ 15mm on 100gr. of brewed product
Semi-automatic system (cappuccinatore) ≥ 20mm on 100gr. of brewed product
Automatic system: carafe, cappuccinatore, Pinless wonder e.g. (New Royal, Energica Pure, Intelia
EVO latte) ≥ 20mm on 100gr. of brewed product
How to measure the temperature of the milk.
1. The measurement is carried out in the beaker, immediately after the end of milk brew, positioned
on a non-metallic surface, using a thermocouple thermometer (eg. Type K). Stop the preparation
of mixed product: at the end of milk brewing, where “One Touch product” function is present.
2. The temperature is measured by immersing the probe of the thermometer, positioning the probe
inside the beaker at about 10mm from the bottom of the container, then the probe moves in
a circular motion for 3-5 turns, stopping at the end, at the center of the beaker. It detects the
maximum temperature reached in a time of relief between 3 to 5 seconds. It is important the
mixing of milk before the measurement at 10mm from the bottom of the beaker. If the mixing is
correct, temperature, for a few fractions of a second, during the measurement should not oscillate.
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How to measure the milk cream.
The temperature (Trefr or Tamb) of the milk doesn’t affect as much the test result on measuring
the milk cream; by convection is assumed to always use milk at refrigerator temperature Trefr..
Manual systems (Pannarello)
Pour 100cc. of milk at Trefr. in a beaker of 250 ml of capacity and with a inner diameter of 70 mm;
with machine in steam mode:
1.
2.
3.
Open the steam knob to discharger water circuit for 4 sec, then close the knob.
Place the beaker with the frother dipped in milk, open the steam knob to maximum and start the chronometer.
After about 30 to 60 seconds, close the knob and check the result on milk.
Semi-automatic systems (cappuccino)
Pours milk at Trefr. in a container ; with the machine in steam mode:
1.
2.
3.
Open the steam knob to discharge water circuit for 4 sec. then close the knob.
Insert the silicone tube in the milk container, placing a beaker of 250 ml capacity and with an inner diameter of 70 mm under the cappuccino maker and open the steam knob.
After having provided 100gr. of product, close the knob and check the result obtained on milk. Note: The same applies to machines which have a steam key on the user interface and a solenoid valve in place of the steam tap.
Automatic: Carafe, Cappuccino Pinless wonder e.g.:(New Royal, Energica Pure, Intelia
EVO Latte), etc..
After setting the machine to delivery of 100gr. of product:
1.
2.
Launch the “hot milk” function.
Collect the product in a beaker with a 250ml of capacity and with an inner diameter of
70 mm, and verify the result obtained on milk. Carry out the test using milk at a Trefr..
In case the machine allows modify of the emulsion through the menu, use the machine with the
emulsion set to the default value.
Related to the above testing procedure derives the following table of acceptability:
Manual, Semi-Automatic and Automatic’s Milk System
Grams of Product
Minimun Height of the milk cream
≥ 130
120
110
100
90
80
70
≥
≥
≥
≥
≥
≥
30mm
25mm
22mm
20mm
16mm
13mm
≥ 11mm
NB: To verify more accurately the height of the cream, a practical expedient dictated by experience is to add to the product just delivered a small amount of coffee. The addition of coffee
immediately put in evidence the surface of separation between liquid and cream.
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CHAPTER 3
BRIEF INSTRUCTIONS
GAGGIA BABILA
03 BRIEF INSTRUCTIONS
3.1. Customer and programming menu
Menu for customization and maintenance
Polski
When you enter the programming mode:
button = (confirms a selection or a change you have
made)
button = (scrolls up the menu)
button = (scrolls down the menu)
button = (confirms when you exit a selection)
MENU
BEVERAGE MENU
MACHINE MENU
Press the
Button
Beverage Menu
O
MENU
BEVERAGE MENU
CAPPUCCINO
BEVERAGE MENU
MACHINE MENU
CAFFE’ LUNGO
CAPPUCCINO
LATTE MACCHIATO
COFFEE QUANTITY
PREBREWING
COFFEE TEMPERATURE
N
The machine can be programmed to
tailor the coff ee taste to your personal preferences. For each beverage it
is possible to customize the settings.
Press the
button. Then press .
Press the button to
select the beverage that
you wish to customize;
press the button to
confirm.
Press the button to select
the setting that you want to
adjust; then press .
Refer to the user manual for
more details.
Machine Menu
MENU
BEVERAGE MENU
MACHINE MENU
Press the
Button
MENU
BEVERAGE MENU
MACHINE MENU
Press the
button to select
“MACHINE MENU” ; press
the button to access the
menu.
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MACHINE MENU
GENERAL MENU
DISPLAY MENU
WATER MENU
The machine menu allows
you to customize the operation settings. It has 3
submenus.
DISPLAY MENU
GENERAL MENU
This menu allows you to
change the tone, the ecomode and the stand-by.
This menu allows you
to change the language and the display
brightness.
WATER MENU
MAINTENANC E
FACTORY SETTINGS
This menu allows you to set
water hardness and manage
the water filter.
This menu allows you to perform maintenance operations.
This function allows
you to restore all factory settings.
Meaning of the display
CLOSE
FRONT DOOR
EMPTY DRIP TRAY
INSERT COFFEE
GROUNDS DRAWER
Close the service
door
Open the service
door and empty
the internal drip
tray.
Insert the coffee
grounds drawer
and the internal
drip tray.
INSERT BREW GROUP
INSERT CARAFE
ESC
The brew group
must be inserted
into the machine.
Insert the milk
carafe to start
brewing.
TURN CARAFE
INTO
BREWING POSITION
ESC
Open the milk
carafe dispensing
spout to brew
products.
CLOSE
HOPPER DOOR
Close the coffe
bean hopper
inner cover.
TURN CARAFE
INTO
RINSING POSITION
REFILL
WATER TANK
Remove the water
tank and fill it.
ADD COFFEE
ESC
Close the milk
carafe dispensing
spout to start the
carafe rinse cycle.
Fill the coffee
bean hopper
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EMPTY COFFEE
GROUNDS DRAWER
03 BRIEF INSTRUCTIONS
Remove and empty the coffee grounds
drawer with the machine
turned on.
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RESTART TO SOLVE
An event has occurred which requires the machine to be restarted. Take note of the code (E
xx) shown at the bottom. Switch off the machine, wait 30 seconds and then switch it on again.
If the problem persists, contact the Philips SAECO hotline in your country and quote the error
code shown on the display.
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CHAPTER 4
OPERATING
LOGIC
GAGGIA BABILA
04 OPERATING LOGIC
4.1. Water circuit
- COLD WATER
- HOT WATER/STEAM
- STEAM
- HOT WATER
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4.2. Frother valve assembly
04 OPERATING LOGIC
Air solenoid valve
Air inlet
Clean solenoid valve
DC4 (steam)
DC3
Steam outlet
DC2
Hot water/steam inlet
Steam outlet
Steam solenoid valve
DC5
Hot water/steam
solenoid valve
Hot water/steam
outlet
Drain protection
of the frother valve
Drain solenoid valve
DC1
Specifications and requirements
Maximum operating pressure 3 bar
Maximum pressure in the water/steam circuit does not exceed 4.5 bar 0/+1
Hot water temperature 90°
Steam temperature 125°
4.3.
General carafe assembly
4
5
3
1 Cappuccino-maker body
2 Milk suction pipe and fitting
3 Venturi pipe
4 Milk dispenser pipe
5 Upper fitting of the carafe drain pipe
carafe
7
1
6 Lower fitting of the carafe drain
pipe
7 Levers, springs and cam for the
signalling of carafe presence/
absence and the position of the
dispenser
2
6
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Functional mode for the production of milk products and cleaning the circuit
When the solenoid valves open and let air or hot water/steam through, the following situations
occur:
• DC3+DC2
STEAM + AIR = Frothing and heating of frothed milk
• DC2
STEAM FROM CENTRAL HOLE = Heating of non-frothed milk
• DC4 STEAM FROM LOWER HOLE = Cleaning of milk circuits
Clean
(steam)
DC1 = safety valve
DC2 = steam valve
DC3 = air valve
DC4 = clean valve (steam)
DC5 = hot water/steam valve
DC4
Air
AIR or STE
AM
DC3
Milk products
(steam)
DC2
hot water
steam
DC5
STEAM
to the steam pipe
HOT WATER - STEAM
SAFETY VALVE
DC1
CARAFE ATTACHMENT
FROTHED HOT MILK
(CAPPUCCINO)
STEAM
AIR
MILK FROM
CARAFE
VENTURI
PIPE
HOT MILK
STEAM
MILK FROM
CARAFE
VENTURI
PIPE
CLEAN / RINSE
STEAM
MILK IN
CARAFE
VENTURI
PIPE
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4.4. Multi-way valve
Drain to the drip tray
Needle
Drain
m
fro
et
inl
ter
Wa iler
bo
Functions:
Safety valve: opens towards the drain if the pressure exceeds 16-19 bar
Filling the circuit: the solenoid valve opens (drain position), the pump is controlled and automatically refills the
circuit by expelling the air in the pipe
Draining the unit: before the unit descends, it opens briefly, releasing the pressure created to prevent the unit from
spraying and making the pad drier
Coffee product: when a coffee beverage is selected, the pump is charged briefly during the grinding process and the
valve assumes the drain position for hot water to pass through the pipes.
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4.5. Coffee cycle
Main Switch
ON
START
STOP
Time
Coffee grinder
Pulses
(Dosage)
Heating
approx.45 sec.
Pump
*
Gearmotor
Brewing unit
Status
Heating
Ready
Pump action
(flow meter pulses)
depending on
the quantity of the
product set
Coffee cycle
Notes: * Only with Pre-brewing
MicroSwitch
Status
OFF
ON
Single microswitch gearmotor
Switching on
When the machine is switched on, the gearmotor repositions itself as follows:
- It stresses microswitch 1 (see the following chapter)
- The gearmotor changes the rotation direction and moves upwards again by approx. 1-2 mm
- The boiler begins to heat the water for approx. 45 sec. at full power in order to
reach the optimal temperature. The temperature will then remain constant.
Coffee cycle
The coffee grinder starts the grinding process (controlled by pulses generated by a sensor)
The gearmotor (coffee unit) moves to the dispensing position
Preliminary dispensing phase (short pump activity, short pause)
The product is dispensed (the pump operation time depends on the amount of product
dispensed)
5. The gearmotor moves to the idle position (the dregs are expelled automatically)
1.
2.
3.
4.
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4.6. Single microswitch
The gearmotor is activated by a direct current
motor that acts on the smaller double toothed
wheel via a worm screw. The unit is mounted
on the axle of the large toothed wheel and
when a coffee is requested, it moves from the
idle position to the dispensing position to then
return to the idle position.
2
- Idle position:
1
- Dispensing position:
2
1
4.7. Temperature sensor (adjustment)
Temp. (° C) R nom (kΩ)
20
61.465
50
17.599
75
7.214
80
6.121
85
5.213
90
4.459
100
3.3
125
1.653
150
0.893
ΔR (+/- %)
8.6
5.9
4.1
3.7
3.4
3.1
2.5
3.9
5.1
An NTC is used as a temperature sensor and in the event of overheating, it reduces the
resistors consumption.
The electronic system detects the actual boiler temperature from the drop in voltage and
adjusts it accordingly.
Resistor values and corresponding temperatures: see table
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4.8. Coffee grinder
5
6
4
1
3
2
The coffee grinder is activated by a direct current motor (1) via helicoidal wheel transmission and
a worm screw (2).
The worm screw (2) activates a plastic toothed wheel (3), which turns the lower grinder blade (4)
and the increment pin (5).
There are two magnets (6) in the toothed wheel and with every rotation they transmit two pulses
to a Hall sensor, which in turn transmits them to the electronic system.
4.9. Detection of coffee bean absence, dose adjustment,
blocked coffee grinder
Without beans n=100%
With beans n=100%
No coffee
no coffee beans are present, this is detected by the Hall
sensor due to variations in the pulse frequency (with or without
coffee).
If there are no coffee beans (operation while empty), the number
of rotations and therefore the number of pulses, will be greater
t1 = no coffee signal
When
If there are coffee beans, the number of rotations will be
lower due to the force created during the grinding process
t2 = no signal
Without beans n=50%
t3 and t4 = this reading is taken
at the end of each grinding process
Dose quantity adjustment
The dose quantity is adjusted in accordance with the pulses
detected
With beans n=50% (number of rotations proportional to the weak, medium and
strong flavour selection)
Blocked grinder blades
If the coffee grinder is blocked for any reason, pulses will no
longer be transmitted to the electronic system and the grinder
stops
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4.10 Auto-learning dose (SAS)
The aim of this function is to automatically regulate the average dose of ground coffee (SELFLEARNING); this takes place with an algorithm based on the following values and setting by the
user:
1. N
umber of coffee grinder pulses during the grinding cycle.
2. M
ax. average value of the power consumed by the gear motor during the coffee brewing cycle.
3. A
roma selected by the user.
The algorithm compares the maximum average value of the power consumed by the gear motor
with the value listed in the table for the selected aroma, in order to calculate the new grinding
pulse value for the next coffee produced.
If the power consumption value is less than the minimum current value, the grinding pulses will
be increased by 2.
If the power consumption value is greater than the maximum current value, the grinding pulses
will be decreased by 4.
If the power consumption value falls within the “over-torque” interval, the product will be dispensed and the grinding pulses will be decreased by 10.
If the power consumption value falls within the “abort cycle” interval, the dreg will be expelled
and the grinding pulses will be decreased by 10.
If the “pre-ground” flavour is selected by the user, no modification will be made.
This guarantees that, regardless of the coffee type used, the grinding level setting
and the wear on the grinders, the ground coffee dose always remains constant.
DOSE ADJUSTMENT (NUMBER OF GRINDER IMPULSES)
TO APPLY TO MED AROMA
A
Aroma
of the
grinded
product
B
3 levels
5 levels
Light
Very Light
Light
Med
Strong
0
-4
-10
-10 and
CYCLE
ABORTED
MAX_CURRENT_mA
<150mA
<=150mA
MAX_CURRENT_mA
<=250mA
MAX_CURRENT_mA
>250mA
MAX_CURRENT_mA
>800mA
MAX_CURRENT_mA
>1000mA
MAX_CURRENT_mA
<250mA
<=250mA
MAX_CURRENT_mA
<=350mA
MAX_CURRENT_mA
>350mA
MAX_CURRENT_mA
>800mA
MAX_CURRENT_mA
>1000mA
MAX_CURRENT_mA
<350mA
<=350mA
MAX_CURRENT_mA
<=500mA
MAX_CURRENT_mA
>500mA
MAX_CURRENT_mA
>800mA
MAX_CURRENT_mA
>1000mA
Med
Strong
C
+2
Very Strong
Important:
For perfect operation, machine adjustment should take place in the area of the fields
highlighted in green (A, B, C). When the type or brand of coffee is changed, there may be
variations in the size of the beans and their stickiness or roasting level. This leads to variations
in power consumption (mA), with resulting excessive or insufficient doses (until the necessary
adjustments have been made to compensate for this change).
Caution: In the case of excessive dosage, powder may be expelled into the dreg
drawer. This is not a fault, but can occur during preliminary operation or after a
service.
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4.11.SBS
SBS Principle - Saeco Brewing System
Adjusting the flow speed, which influences the
contact time between the coffee and water,
alters the extraction and therefore the taste
intensity and strength of the coffee.
• Slower flow: Stronger extraction
• Faster flow: Lighter extraction
SBS dispensing valve
Turning the SBS adjustment knob will trigger
the brewing process in the coffee unit, where
the flow speed is adjusted via a cream valve.
Cream valve adjustment
Greater flow (light extraction)
If the SBS valve is open, the coffee flows
easily because the pressure is lower and
the membrane remains almost in its base
position with the help of the spring.
The adjustment needle does not close the
opening and the flow does not decrease.
Cream valve adjustment
Slow flow (strong extraction)
The coffee is dispensed slowly with the SBS
valve closed due to the pressure created,
which acts on the membrane and presses it
to the side against the spring force.
Lastly, the valve needle closes the opening,
thereby, reducing the flow.
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4.12 Water level detection in the tank
Water absence signal (water reserve)
Water tank
Sensor
200 puls.
Function:
The water level is monitored by a capacitive sensor, located one
third up the water tank wall.
If the electronic system detects that the water is below the relative
level by means of the sensor, a water reserve of 200 pulses of the
flow meter remains available for the dispensing process.
The product dispensing process is then completed.
If a dispensing process ends after the sensor has intervened (in the
reserve), the "water absence" signal continues to be displayed as
from the next dispensing process
4.13. Drip tray water level detection
Empty residual water tank signal
Residual water tank
Sensor
Total
capacity
Level of
sensor
intervention
Function:
The residual water level is monitored by a capacitive
sensor. The sensor is located approximately half way up
the upper edge of the residual drip tray. To make the best
of the tray capacity, the sensor is positioned near a dam
device. In this way, the residual water tray fills up to the
upper edge and overflows inside and when it reaches the
sensor, it triggers the "empty residual water tank" signal.
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4.14. AquaClean water filter
The AquaClean filter is designed to reduce limescale deposits in the coffee machine and provide filtered water to preserve the aroma and flavor of each cup of coffee. By using a series of 8 AquaClean filters, there is no need
to descale the machine for 5000 cups (It depends both on the type of coffee used, rinsing and cleaning programs).
We recommend installing the water filter AquaClean the first use of the machine to the maximum before using 5 L of water.
The machine display will indicate when the filter needs to be replaced. The maximum limit is equivalent to 110 L of water.
The conditions related to the filter work environment (water, therefore, an active environment for bacteria and
microorganisms), require the replacement with a minimum frequency (we suggest 3 months from the activation to ensure the best performance). The filter starts’ working from the time is filled with water and continues working even with the machine off. It cannot be deactivated manually, as it must end its life cycle.
At the filter activation the display shows the icon with the percentage of use:
- Initially 100% then decreasing.
When the autonomy of the current filter becomes less than 8 L of water the display shows:
- The icon flashing slowly. It means 10%.
When the autonomy of the current filter becomes less than 2 L of water the display shows
- The icon flashing quickly. It means 0%.
After a maximum of 110 L of water supplied the flashing light turn off and the machine
needs to be descaled.
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SERVICE MODE
GAGGIA BABILA
05 SERVICE MODE
5.1. Test mode
Espresso Long
button
Espresso
button
2
3
4
1
Cappuccino
button
Latte macchiato
button
To enter Test Mode:
- Switch on the machine
- Wait until the display lights
- Press the four function keys in the
sequence indicated (1, 2, 3, 4)
Coffe “Special Drink”
button button
Carafe cleaning ON/OFF
cycle activation
Description
When the machine is in Factory Test Mode appears a windows divided in several sectors:
Software
xx.yy.zz
MV :
WW
Debug
D. TM
^
POff
^
Exit
^
^
^
^
The first row of each window is a title, the red sectors represents the functions (or loads) available to activate or deactivate, the last row is used to show other info. When a function is enabled the corresponding box becomes colored.
The dotted sectors is used to show informations about the status of microswitch, sensors or other variables.
The presence of symbol (^) into a sector indicate that no function is associated to.
The following image show the corrispondence between the keyboard and red sectors:
=
N=
O=
The keyboard buttons (ESC, OK, UP and DOWN), highlighted in yellow, have the following functions:
UP : go to next page
DOWN : go to previous page
OK ( ): confirm / enable / disable function
ESC ( ) : exit from Factory Test Mode
=
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Activation of loads
In Test Mode all loads are initially disabled.
To activate a load press the corresponding button on keyboard, to deactivate press again the
same button.
Other conditions for which a load may be switched off automatically without key presses are:
· If it is defined a working cycle, when this cycle ends (such as the grinder or brew unit)
· The achievement of a Time-out (Example 5 minuts for boiler)
Navigation in Test Mode
SoftwareVersion
This is the first window of Factory Test Mode. It show the version of CPU software (xx.yy.zz.) , the
EEprom version (ww) etc.
Software
xx.yy.zz
MV :
WW
Debug
D. TM
^
POff
^
Exit
^
^
^
^
The first two fields in the upper left indicate the version number of EEPROM MV (Memory Version)
: ww).
Pressing DOWN will switch you to the next screen. Pressing the POWER ON-OFF mode is exited
test
or you can press to exit at any page of the test mode ESC.
Commands:
· Debug: if active enables debug messages dell’autodose only for the next reboot
· D.TM: when active enables the possibility of entering the test mode of the display when you
reboot machine
· Poff: if activated allows the machine to immediately enter into standby after power
from the main switch.
Following the activation of debug messages, the display will be visible the following information:
- Effort of the group at the last grinding
- Actual number of pulses that produced the effort of the brew unit
- Pulse aroma medium after correction dell’autodose following the last grinding
The effort of the brew unit and the actual number of pulses corresponding to it, are available in
the display
As soon as the brew unit moves into “work” while impulses aroma medium, correct dall’autodose,
are visible when the machine returns to “ready”.
Following the activation of debug messages, the display will be visible the following information:
- Effort of the group at the last grinding
- Actual number of pulses that produced the effort of the brew unit
- Pulse aroma medium after correction dell’autodose following the last grinding
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The appearance of the display in the ready machine with messages debug actives is as follows:
Impuse real
gringer
Effort of the
brew unit in mA
EXPRELIA
Evo
375
105
Aroma medium after
correction
in the autodose
100
Upon activation of the flag D. TM restarting the machine (eg leaving the test mode) will be possible enter the test mode display by simultaneously pressing: LATTE MACCHIATO AND POWER
ON-OFF while filling the bar at StartUp. The complete filling of the bar clears the flag D. TM.
Once in test mode display will appear on the display screen type:
By pressing the ESC key you can exit the display test. Pressing the OK button you can switch from
one image to the next test; The test images are the following:
Image 1
All pixels are on
Image 2
Chess board 2x2 pixels
Image 3
Reverse image of 2
Image 4
Concentric circles
After the 4th test image by pressing the OK button reduces the brightness (same as that set for
the screen savers). Pressing the OK button again starts from the 1st test image.
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Keyboard
^
KEYBOARD
Espr
Coff
Capp
L. Ma
Long
Spec
Clean
Stdby
^
^
^
^
This is the button test page: each beverage corresponds to a box on the display that changes colour when the corresponding button is pressed.
^
Press DOWN
o move to the next screen
Brew Unit
This screen corresponds to the management of the area inside the front hatch.
Max Brew Unit
Current
Number coffee
dregs
BREW
UNIT
Work
Home
mA:
0
Stop
10
Dreg-
Dreg+
DDr
H/V
Door
Pres
The meaning of the various fields is as follows:
Operation:
• WORK: if pressed, switches the unit into its work position
• STOP: if pressed, stops the unit instantly
• HOME: if pressed, switches the unit into its Home position
• DREG UP: increases the coffee dregs counter
• DREG DOWN: decreases the coffee dregs counter
Indicators:
• mA: indicates moment by moment the maximum current (in mA)
consumed by the unit when moving. Its value must not exceed 300 mA
• H/W: becomes active (illuminated) when the unit reaches a “Work” position
• Pres: if active, this indicates that the unit is inserted
• DDr: if active, this indicates that the dregs counter is inserted
• Door: if active, this indicates that the front hatch is closed
^
Press DOWN
o move to the next screen
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Hydraulic Circuit
HYDR
CIRCUIT 1/2
DcV 1
DcV 2
DcV 5
^
DcV 3
DcV 4
AcV
^
Tank
Clean
Milk
Pres
Operation:
• Ac V: if pressed, activates the 230V solenoid valve
• Dc V1: activates the 24V solenoid valve for draining
• Dc V2: activates the 24V steam dispensing solenoid valve
• Dc V3: activates the 24V milk frothing solenoid valve
• Dc V4: activates the 24V solenoid valve for milk circuit cleaning
• Dc V5: activates the 24V hot water dispensing solenoid valve
Indicators
• Tank: indicates the status of the water tank level sensor. If activated,
the sensor signals that the level has been reached
• Clean: if activated, it indicates that the milk carafe is in the CLEAN position.
• Milk: if activated, it indicates that the milk carafe is in the MILK
dispensing position
• Pres: if activated, it indicates that the milk carafe is inserted
Hydraulic Circuit
^
Press DOWN
o move to the next screen
HYDR
CIRCUIT 1/2
Boil 1
Boil 2
p/s
0
Pmp 1
Pmp 2
^
^
39,0
41,3
DTray
50 Hz
Operation:
• Boil1: if pressed, this activates the coffee boiler. The boiler is deactivated either by pressing the
button again or automatically after 5 seconds. The temperature is indicated in the corresponding
window at the bottom
• Boil2: if pressed, activates the steam/hot water boiler. The boiler is deactivated either by press
ing the button again or automatically after 5 seconds. The temperature is indicated in the cor
responding window at the bottom
• Pmp1: activates the hot water dispensing pump. The pump is switched off by pressing the but
ton once more
• Pmp2: activates the hot water/steam dispensing pump. The pump is switched off by pressing
the button once more
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Indicators
• p/s: indicates moment by moment the water flow rate in the turbine, expressed in pulses per
second. When coffee pump 1 is switched on and the coffee solenoid valve is on (AcV on the
previous screen) the value must be no lower than 10 p/sec. When hot water/steam pump 2 is
switched on and the drain solenoid valve is on (DcV5
on the previous screen) the value must be no lower than 5 p/sec.
• 50 Hz: indicates the mains electricity voltage frequency.
• DTray: indicates the status of the tray level sensor. If activated, the sensor signals that the level
has been reached
Press DOWN
o move to the next screen
Grinder
^
instantaneous
threshold
Aroma Medium
Impuls
reference
threshold
GRINDER
*
GTest
A/AA/AAA
pls:
0
A+
A-
25
17
96
DDoor
BLess
Z-Cr
Z-cross... not
used
It lights up when
there is no coffee
Operation:
• A/AA/AAA: Selection of the aroma.When pressed it changes the flavor and then the number of
pulses of the grinder according aroma selected.The symbolism is: A = MILD (lightweight),
AA = MEDIUM (medium), AAA = STRONG (strong).
• GTest: if pressed, activates the coffee grinder. To stop it, press the button again. If stopped, the
no-coffee test is run. At the end of the test, 2 values will appear in the “instantaneous threshold”
and “reference threshold” windows: if “instantaneous threshold” is less than the “reference
threshold” the system considers that the coffee grinder is empty
Indicators:
• Pls: indicates, during grinding, the real-time grinding pulse countdown
• BLess: This is activated when the system detects there is no coffee. To cancel the alarm you
need to raise and lower the bean cover to simulate coffee loading
• BDOOR: indicates the status of the bean hopper door sensor (if active, it indicates that the door
is closed)
• A+: increases the number of pulses for a medium aroma
• A-: decreases the number of pulses for a medium aroma
• Z-cr:... not used
The value at bottom left is the number of pulses for a medium aroma: it is modifi ed manually
with the “A+” and “A-” keys or automatically by the automatic dosing algorithm
Press DOWN
o move to the next screen
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Display
DISPLAY
^
C+
^
L+
^
C-
^
L-
^
127
^
30
^
Operation:
• C+: increases the contrast of the display
• C-: decreases the contrast of the display
• L+: increases the brightness of the display
• L-: decreases the brightness of the display
Indicators
• The values at the bottom are indices representing the brightness and contrast: in this case these
values are not saved to eeprom as they have solely a test function
^
Press DOWN
o move to the next screen
5.2. Steam-out
Before executing the steam out procedure, descale the machine taking care to remouve the Aquaclean filter from the appliance.
In case the filter on the machine is active (or it’s in the machine) provide the consumer with a
new one.
STEAM OUT
^
Boil 1
Boil 2
Start
^
C-
^
L-
^
93,3
116,4
^
T0
Operation:
• Boil1: illuminates when the coffee boiler is powered
• Boil2: illuminates when the steam boiler is powered
• Start: starts the draining process
Countdown
Indicators:
• The values at the bottom are the temperatures of the two boilers and the countdown (T.O) before the machine requests switching off.
This is the last screen of the Test Mode. Press UP ^ to go back to the previous screens.
On each screen, pressing ESC exits the TEST mode and restarts the appliance in normal mode.
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5.3. Diagnostics mode
Espresso Long
button
Espresso
button
1
2
3
4
05 SERVICE MODE
Cappuccino
button Latte macchiato
button
To enter Diagnostics mode:
- Switch on the machine
- Press the four function keys in
the sequence indicated below
(1,2,3,4) before the heating bar
is completed.
Coffee “Special Drink”
Carafe cleaning ON/OFF
button button
cycle activation
Description of the menu as diagnosis mode.
To enter Diagnostics mode:
- Switch on the machine
- Press the four function keys in the sequence indicated below (1,2,3,4) before the heating bar is
completed.
1. Product counters
· Espresso
· Coffee
· Espresso lungo
· Hot water
· Cappuccino
· Latte macchiato
· Hot milk
2. Error counters
2.1. Error log
· Error code
· Error index
· Error text
2.2. Errors reset
3. Water counters
3.1. Descaling cycle
· Since last
· Since second last
· Since third last
· Number of execution
3.2. Brewing unit cleaning
· Number of execution
· Since last
3.3. Since production
3.4. Water filter
· Since last reset
· Number of reset
4. Max grinder dose
· 100 ÷ 170
5. Max ground
· 10 ÷ 20
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2. Error counters
3. Water counters
4. Max grinder dose
5. Max ground
05 SERVICE MODE
4. Service settings
Espresso (value default 0)
Espresso Lungo (value default 0)
Coffee (value default 0)
Cappuccino (value default 0)
Latte macchiato (value default 0)
Milk Froth (value default 0)
Hot water (value default 0)
Steam (value default 0)
Ristretto (value default 0)
Espresso Macchiato (value default 0)
Flat Write (value default 0)
2.1. Errors log (valore di
Error code
default 0)
Error index
Error text
2.2. Errors reset
3.1. Descaling cycle
Since last (value default 0)
Since second last
(value default 0)
Since third last
(value default 0)
Number of execution
(value default 0)
3.2. Brewing unit
Number of execution
cleaning
(value default 0)
Since last (value default 0)
3.3. Water since production (valore di default 0)
3.4. Water filter
Since last reset (value
default 0)
Number of reset (value
default 0)
100 ÷ 170 (value default 170)
10 ÷ 20 (value default 10)
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Detailed description of the menu so diagnosis
Product counters
“Product counters” represents the number of deliveries carried out by the CA for each product:
Espresso
Esresso Lungo
Caffee
Cappuccino
Latte macchiato
Hot water
Hot milk
Error counters
“Error counters” displays the total number of errors “out of service” (fail) occurred
in the system (see “Errors log”), and allows you to reset the drive (see “Errors reset”).
The maximum number of “Fail” count is 20.
The submenu “Errors log” is available only if there is at least one error and, If so, it presents the
following information:
- Error code: is the numerical code for the type of fail occurred in the system. For example, “Error
code 15” is the error with index 15 and is equivalent the steam boiler timeout.
- Error index: is the numerical position of the error in the internal list. the maximum number of
items on the list is 20: the list is handled in a circular fashion, that is, the data in the first place is
always the last error occurred in chronological order.
- Error text: is the text description of the type of error that occurred in system. For example:
“Boiler steam out”.
The cancellation of the error list via “Errors reset”, as eliminates all information about them, also
prevents access to the submenu “Errors log”.
ERROR CODE
NOTE
CODE
Grinder blocked
ErrorCode_01
Brewing UNIT blocked work
ErrorCode_03
Brewing UNIT blocked home
ErrorCode_04
Water circuit interrupted
ErrorCode_05
DC valve short circuit
ErrorCode_06
Coffee temp. sensor short circuit
ErrorCode_10
Coffee temp. sensor open circuit
ErrorCode_11
Steam temp. sensor open circuit
ErrorCode_12
Steam temp. sensor short circuit
ErrorCode_13
Boiler coffee timeout
ErrorCode_14
Boiler steam timeout
ErrorCode_15
Brewing unit short circuit
ErrorCode_16
Zero crossing error
ErrorCode_19
Boiler coffee overheating
ErrorCode_20
Boiler steam overheating
ErrorCode_21
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Grinder blocked: there is the absence of pulses from the grinder.
In this case the C.A. It hangs in the instant in which the user asks the machine to dispense
a drink made of coffee (only coffee beans).
Brewing unit blocked work: Occurs when the brewing unit can not move from work to the
home position.
Brewing unit blocked home: Occurs when the brewing unit can not move from home to the
work position.
Water circuit interrupted: occurs when the flow meter is broken, disconnected or It does not
occur passage of water. In these cases, since the C.A. can not correctly read the pulses of water,
enters alarm condition “CHARGING CIRCUIT” in the moment in which the user asks to dispense a
product: if the “charging circuit” fails C.A. blocked.
DC Valve short circuit: occurs when one of the valves of the flute is shorted circuit. Such a
problem may occur during dispensing of a product based on milk.
Coffee temp. sensor short circuit: occurs when the temperature sensor coffee boiler is shorted. This error causes a blocking in C.A. to start-up.
Coffee temp. sensor open circuit: occurs when the temperature sensor coffee boiler is not
detected. The problem is due to the absence of the signal of the sensor and does not allow to
determine the C.A. the actual temperature of the boiler coffee. At start up, the C.A. blocked.
Steam temp. sensor open circuit: occurs when the temperature sensor steam boiler is not
detected. The problem is due to the absence of the signal of the sensor and does not allow to
determine the C.A. the actual temperature of the boiler steam. At start up, the C.A. blocked.
Steam temp. sensor short circuit: occurs when the temperature sensor boiler steam is shorted. This error causes a blocking in C.A. to start-up.
Boiler coffee timeout: occurs when no power coming to the boiler coffee, this does not reach
the predetermined temperature within a time equal to 120 seconds. At start-up the AC, is continually on the screen HOLD FIRST TEMPERATURE, with the message “Warming up ...”, and after
the expiry of the time Out to fault
Boiler steam timeout: occurs when no power coming to the boiler steam, this does not reach
the predetermined temperature within a time equal to 120 seconds.
Coffee boiler overheating: occurs when the temperature of the coffee boiler exceeds 150 ° C.
Steam boiler overheating: occurs when the temperature of the steam boiler exceeds 170 ° C.
Brewing unit short circuit: occurs when the supply of the complete group has in short circuit.
Zero crossing error: occurs when the C.A. It does not detect the signal zero crossing.
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Water counters
“Water counters” shows the consumption of water (in pulses) following the granting of
products, to the descaling cycle, cleaning cycle, the activation group and filter.
The submenu “Descaling cycle” has the following items:
Since last cycle: is the consumption of water after the last cycle descaling.
Since second last: it represents the consumption of water after the penultimate cycle descaling. Since last second takes the value of Since last after full implementation of a descaling cycle,
whereas Since last becomes 0.
Since third last: it represents the consumption of water after the antepenultimate cycle descaling. Since last third has the value of Since last second after full implementation of a descaling
cycle
Number of execution: represents the number of cycles of decalcification performed on C.A .
The submenu “Brewing unit cleaning ‘has the following items:
Since last: it represents the consumption of water after the last cleaning cycle group. Since last
assumes the value 0 after the complete execution of the cycle cleaning group.
Number of execution: represents the number of cleaning cycles performed group on C.A .
The submenu “Water filter” has the following items:
Current Number: Current Number: current number of filter within the process chain longevity. It
can range from 0 to 8.
Remain. Cc to expire: Autonomy of the filter, so the amount of water in cc remaining before
the expiry of the filter.
Total Filter used: total number of filters turned on the machine
Total water cc: total amount of water, in cc, which has gone through the machine with active
filters and unexpired.
Remain. Cc startup: counter of the remaining water, expressed in cc, for the activation of the
first filter of the chain (1/8) . It goes from 5000 to zero: the first filter must be activated before
the counter reaches zero, otherwise it will be necessary to descale before activating the filter.
The item “Water since production” represents the total water consumption, expressed in
pulses turbine.
Max grinder dose
The item “Max grinder dose” allows you to select the maximum threshold value dose that can
take on the grinder. The range of variation of the chosen threshold can vary from 100 to 170.
Max ground
The item “Max ground” allows you to select the maximum number of coffee grounds.
The range of variation of the number chosen funds can vary from 10 to 20.
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5.4 Saeco Service Center - Quick Start Guide
Saeco Service Center (SSC) is a tool with which you can re-program the machine and check the
diagnostic of the same.
You can download the software from the following link: http://logsave.logtronics.com/SSC2/publish.htm
In support of this tool it is essential to order the Saeco Programming Device:
Cod. 20000490 “KIT PROGRAMMER SERKIT SSC2”.
This kit includes the programmer and cables helpful.
All details related to the registration and operation are explained in the enclosed Quick start guide
(QSG).
Saeco Service Center – Quick Start Guide
Press the icon to view the document
To open the attached document is necessary to save the service manual on your PC.
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CHAPTER 6
SERVICING AND
MAINTENANCE
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6.1. Repair Flow
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CHAPTER 7
DISASSEMBLY
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7.1. Outer elements
Remove the cover and water tank, the coffee container cover, the
water drip tray, the coffee dispenser.
Remove Brew Unit and and Drip
Tray inside the door
Loosen the screws shown and
release the cover by moving it
outside and lifting it.
Romove the PW cover, loosen the screws
shown and and remove the frames.
Loosen the screws shown in
the upper cover
Release the top cover as images and lift.
Remove the electrical connection.
Loosen the screws shown andremove the side protections
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7.2. Coffee grinder
Loosen the screws as shown and remove the
sound insulating cover of the coffee grinder
Lift the coffee grinder
Remove the connections shown
When reassembling the coffee grinder, make sure
the spring is repositioned correctly (see picture)
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7.3. Grinder blades
A
B
To extract the top support of the appliance, press
on the grinding adjustment spindle (A) and turn
the support anticlockwise until it unhooks.
Turn the grinder blades anticlockwise from the
support.
Turn the grinder blades clockwise from the
support. The bayonet fittings can be accessed
from the rear.
For a standard adjustment, both markings must be
aligned.
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7.4. Coffee grinder adjustment
The grinding machine can be adjusted by the user (only with the grinding machine
on) by pressing and turning the knob inside the coffee bean container one notch at
a time
Adjustment knob
Coffee bean container
Coffee bean
container cover
+
-
Adjustment range
with the knob
+
-
Adjustment implemented by the assistance centres
C
To further adjust the grinding machine, the
technician can operate directly on the machine by
pressing and turning the highlighted ring nut (C)
(clockwise + to increase the grain size and anticlockwise - to decrease it)
+
If coffee residue is found between the two
grinder blades, it is recommended to adjust this
by tightening a max of two notches at a time.
-
B
A
Lastly, bring the arrow (A) on the adjustment
knob back to the centre of the adjustment dots
on the cover (B).
EVO 2
+
-
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7.5. Steam pump
Remove the two pump supports
(highlighted) anchored to the
structure and disconnect the
electrical and water connections
7.6. Coffee pump
1) Loosen the screws as shown
2) Remove the connections from the component
support. This process facilitates removing several
components (coffee pump, boiler, etc.)
1
2
Remove the two pump supports (highlighted) anchored to
the component support and disconnect the electrical and
water connections
7.7. Flow meter
Lift the flow-meter from the
component support and remove the
electrical and water connections
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7.8. Power Board
Remove the board cover
2)Loosen the screws as shown and
remove all the electrical connections
7.9. Steam boiler
Remove the screws as shown
and the component support
07 DISASSEMBLY
Loosen the screw as shown and remove
the electrical and water connections
7.10. Coffee boiler
Remove the screws as shown
and the component support
Loosen the screws as shown, remove the boiler assembly support and the electrical and water connections
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7.11Gearmotor
Loosen the screws as shown and
remove the boiler pin
E
B
F
C
D
A
A
Loosen the screws as
shown and remove the
boiler pin
The following are located inside the compartment protected
by the casing:
- The electric motor (A) with gears (B) and (C)
for transmission and timing of the dispensing unit.
- The dreg drawer presence sensor (D).
- The dispensing unit presence microswitch (E).
- The microswitch (F) that detects the idle phase of the
dispensing unit as well as that of the dispensing process.
- Remove the gear (C) that engages with the motor
transmission shaft motor transmission.
- Remove the large gear (B).
- Remove the motor (A) complete with the transmission shaft.
- (G) Drain multi-way valve.
G
B
Reconnect the gear (B), making sure that the arrow is
aligned with the opening that contains the pin (P).
P
H
L
When re-mounting the motor and the transmission shaft,
make sure the guides (L) are inserted in the correct
housing.
Grease the shaft thoroughly and evenly.
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7.12. Frother valve assembly
Loosen the screws as shown
and remove the frothing valve
Disconnect the electrical and water connections
7.13. Dispenser assembly
A
B
Remove the dispenser (picture B)
making sure to reposition the highlighted spring
Loosen the screws as shown to remove
correctly
Loosen the screws as shown and
the inner cover of the front panel
remove the coffee dispenser assembly
(picture A)
7.14. CPU Water level Sensor
Loosen the screws as shown to remove the inner cover of the
front panel and disconnect the electricalconnections
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7.15 Steam pipe assembly
Loosen the screws as shown to remove
the inner cover of the front panel
Loosen the screw and remove the steam pipe and disconnect the pipe
from the Teflon by removing the fork
7.16. Teflon pipe support and carafe fitting assembly
Loosen the screws as shown to remove
the inner cover of the front panel
Loosen the screws as shown
and the Teflon pipe support
cover from the carafe
Disconnect the pipe from the Teflon
by removing the fork and remove
the Teflon pipe support assembly
When re-mounting it, make sure to
reposition the spring correctly
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7.17 Carafe board general assembly
1
1
2 3 4
2
5
Loosen the screw as shown
3
4
5
1) Magnet to improve carafe adherence to the door
2,3,4) Carafe presence and position sensors
5) Carafe board
7.18 CPU board, display and front panel
Loosen the screws as shown to
remove the inner cover of the
front panel
Loosen the screws as shown
and remove the CPU board assembly
Loosen the screws as shown
and remove the cover
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7.19. Un/installing Oetiker clamps
1
1) Boiler connection
2
2) Other connections
1
Replacing the pipes
1) Use a suitable pair of pliers to
remove the clamp (as shown in the
picture)
2
2) Tighten the clamp as shown in the
pictures
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CHAPTER 8
NOTES
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08 NOTES
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CHAPTER 9
WATER CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
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CHAPTER 10
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
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10 ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
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