ESPRESSO
M A C H I N E
Instructions
for use
ES 4011
ESPRESSO
M AC H I N E
CONTENTS
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Congratulations
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Catler recommends safety first
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Know your Espresso Machine ES 4011
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Operating your Espresso Machine ES 4011
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Coffee making tips
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Care and cleaning
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Troubleshooting chart
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Coffees to try
CONTENTS
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Congratulations
on the purchase of your new Espresso Machine ES 4011.
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CONGRATULATIONS
CATLER RECOMMENDS SAFETY FIRST
We at Catler are very safety conscious. We design and manufacture consumer products with
the safety of you, our valued customer, foremost in mind. In addition, we ask that you exercise
a degree of care when using any electrical appliance and adhere to the following precautions.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS FOR YOUR ESPRESSO MACHINE ES 4011
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Carefully read all instructions before
operating and save for future reference.
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Remove any packaging material and
promotional labels or stickers before using
the espresso machine for the first time.

Do not place the espresso machine near
the edge of a bench or table during
operation. Ensure the surface is level, clean
and free of water and other substances.
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Do not place the espresso machine on or
near a hot gas or electric burner, or where
it could touch a heated oven.
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Do not use the espresso machine on
a metal surface, e.g. sink drain board.
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Always ensure the espresso machine is
properly assembled before connecting to
power outlet and operating.
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Do not touch hot surfaces. Allow the
espresso machine to cool down before
moving or cleaning any parts.

Do not place anything, other than cups for
warming, on top of the espresso machine.
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Always switch off the espresso machine
by pressing the POWER button ‘Off ’, switch
off at the power outlet and unplug if
appliance is to be left unattended, if not
in use, before cleaning, before attempting
to move the appliance, disassembling,
assembling and when storing the
appliance.
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Keep the espresso machine and
accessories clean. Follow the cleaning
instructions provided in this book.
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Warning: The espresso machine is not
intended to be operated by means of an
external timer or separate remote control
system.
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Use only the accessories provided with the
espresso machine.
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Use only cold tap water in the water tank.
Do not use any other liquid.
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Never use the espresso machine without
water in the water tank.
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Ensure the filter holder is firmly inserted
and secured into the brewing head before
using the machine.
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Never remove the filter holder during the
brewing operation as the machine is under
pressure.
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Do not leave the espresso machine
unattended when in use.
CATLER RECOMMENDS SAFETY FIRST
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS FOR ALL
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

This appliance is for household use only.
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Unwind the cord before use.
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To protect against electric shock, do not
immerse cord, plug or appliance in water
or any other liquid.

Do not let the cord hang over the edge of
a bench or table, touch hot surfaces,
or become knotted.

This appliance is not intended for use by
persons [including children] with reduce
physical sensory or mental capabilities,
or lack of experience and knowledge
unless they are supervised or have been
given instruction concerning use of the
appliance by a person responsible for their
safety.

Children should be supervised to ensure
they do not play with the appliance.

Do not use this appliance for anything
other than its intended use. Do not use
in moving vehicles or boats. Do not use
outdoors.

It is recommended to inspect the
appliance regularly. Do not use the
appliance if power supply cord, plug
or appliance becomes damaged in anyway.
Return the entire appliance to the nearest
authorized service centre for examination
and/or repair.

Any maintenance other than cleaning
should be performed at an authorized
service centre.

Do not use this appliance for anything
other than its intended use. Do not use
in moving vehicles or boats. Do not use
outdoors.

The installation of a residual current
device (safety switch) is recommended to
provide additional safety protection when
using electrical appliances. It is advisable
that a safety switch with a rated residual
operating current not exceeding 30mA be
installed in the electrical circuit supplying
the appliance. See your electrician for
professional advice.
 For the security reasons, we recommend to
plug the Catler Espresso Machine directly
to its own circuit, separate from other
appliances. It is not recommended using
hub or extension cord.
WARNING
ONLY FOR HOUSEHOLD USE
DO NOT IMMERSE IN ANY LIQUID.
THIS APPLIANCE IS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY.
DO NOT OPERATE THE APPLIANCE ON AN INCLINED SURFACE.
DO NOT MOVE THE APPLIANCE WHILE IT IS SWITCHED ON.
THE POWER PLUG WHEN PLUGGED MUST REMAIN ACCESSIBLE
FOR EASY REMOVING.
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CATLER RECOMMENDS SAFETY FIRST
KNOW YOUR ESPRESSO MACHINE ES 4011
Die-cast cup warming tray
Stainless steel finish
Thermo coil heating system
Power button
Heating light
Selector control for espresso or steam
symbol for coffee function,
function –
symbol for steam function
Auto purge system for optimal
coffee extraction
Advanced dual wall
crema system for
ideal crema
Milk frothing jug
Filter holder
Extra large cup height, ideal for coffee mugs
Cleaning tool storage located at the front of the
machine under the left of the group head
Removable drip tray and stainless steel grid
„Empty me“ indicator
Single axis swivel steam wand
Stainless steel frothing attachment
KNOW YOUR ESPRESSO MACHINE ES 4011
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Accessories
Removable and transparent 2.75L water tank with level indicator. Filled from the back of the
machine.
1 and 2 cup dual
wall stainless steel
filters
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KNOW YOUR ESPRESSO MACHINE ES 4011
EJECT button
Italian designed
and made 15 bar
pump system
Combined
measuring spoon
and coffee press
OPERATING YOUR ESPRESSO MACHINE ES 4011
Before the first use
Remove any packaging material or
promotional stickers before using your
espresso machine for the first time.
Ensure the espresso machine is switched of
and the power cable is unplugged from the
power outlet.
Filling the water tank
Open up the water tank lid and remove
the water tank. Fill with cold water to the
maximum mark and replace in the machine.
Close the water tank lid.
Wipe the outer housing with a soft damp
cloth and dry thoroughly. Do not immerse
the outer housing, power cord or plug in
water or any other liquid.
Do not immerse the espresso machine,
power cord nor plug into water or any other
liquid.
WARNING
The water tank is located at the back of the
machine. Remove the water tank. Wash in
warm, soapy water using a non-abrasive
washing liquid. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
Do not clean any of the parts or accessories
in the dishwasher.
WARNING
The water tank has an integrated lid /carry
handle.
NOTE
The water tank should be filled with fresh
cold water before use. Check water level
before use and replace the water daily. Do
not use mineral water.
NOTE
Fill the water tank with cold water to the
maximum mark. Never fill the water tank
over this mark.
NOTE
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Pre-heating the espresso machine
For optimal crema, it is recommended to
carry out a complete brewing operation
with water but without any coffee grinds
before making your first coffee to ensure
that the machine has been pre-heated.
1. Ensure the ‘Selector Control’ is in the
‘STANDBY’ position and plug the power
cord into a 230/240V power outlet and
switch on.
2. Press the ‘POWER’ button ‘On’. The
‘POWER’ button surround will illuminate.
The red ‘HEATING’ light will turn off when
the machine has reached the correct
temperature.
3. As soon as the red ‘heating’ light turns
off, set the ‘Selector Control’ to the
position and run a small amount of water
through the brewing head for a few
seconds without the filter holder in place.
4. Pre-heat the filter holder by placing
underneath the group head. Rinse with
hot water from the group head using the
pouring hot water. Dry the filter and filter
holder thoroughly before use.
Pre-warming cups
The cup warming plate will start to warm as
the machine heats. Pre-warm the cups by
placing on the cup warming plate or placing
hot water from the group head. This will help
maintain the coffee’s optimal temperature
when brewed into the cups.
Preparing coffee
Place the 1 or 2 cup filter basket into the
group handle. Use the smaller filter (marked
symbol) for 1 cup and the larger filter
by
symbol) for 2 cups.
(marked by
Use 1 level measure of ground espresso
coffee for the 1 cup filter basket and 2 level
measures for the 2 cup filter basket. It is
important to use the correct amount of
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OPERATING YOUR ESPRESSO MACHINE ES 4011
coffee for each filter as the filter perforations
have been constructed to utilize the pressure
in the machine to extract optimal flavor with
each brewing.
When brewing for a mug of coffee always
use the 2 cup filter. If you require a larger
coffee, add the hot water first and then brew
the coffee.
NOTE
Tamping the ground coffee
- Distribute the ground coffee evenly in
the filter and press down firmly with the
tamping end of the measuring spoon and
ensure that it is level.
- Clean any excess ground coffee from the
rim of the filter holder to ensure a proper
fit into the group head.
Priming the group head
 Before placing the filter holder into
position, it is recommended to run a short
flow of water through the group head.
 Place a container or empty cup under the
group head, or allow water to flow straight
into the drip tray.
 With the filter holder removed, prime
the group head by turning the
selector control to the
position for
approximately 5 – 10 seconds and then
turn the selector control back to its
position. A pumping noise will be heard
during this operation, and water will run
through the group head.
Inserting the filter holder
Place the filter holder underneath the group
head so that the handle is aligned with the
„INSERT“ graphic. Insert the filter holder up
into the group head and rotate the handle
to the right until resistance is felt or until it
can no longer be rotated. This will be at an
approximate 90° angle to the machine in
„LOCK“ position.
Brewing coffee
 Ensure the selector control is in the
„STANDBY“ position and plug the power
cord into a 230/240V power outlet and
switch on.
 Press the POWER button. The POWER
button surround will illuminate. The
red heating light will turn off when
the machine has reached the correct
temperature.
 As soon as the red heating light turns off,
the machine is heated up.
 Ensure the drip tray and filter holder are in
place.
 Place one or two pre-heated cups beneath
the filter holder outlet.
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 Set the selector to the
position.
 After a few seconds*, the extraction of
espresso begins. A pumping noise will be
heard during this operation
* Pre-brew function
When you turn the selector button to
position, the boiler heating system pumps
water briefly followed by a pause; then
continues to pump the water through to
the ground coffee in the filter holder. This
pre-brew function is an advanced feature of
the Espresso Machine. The ground coffee is
moistened by a small amount of water before
full extraction. The ground coffee expands
and when greater pressure is built up, the
brewed coffee is extracted with its full flavor.
The pre-brew function is not possible to skip.
It is an inseparable part of the extraction
coffee process.
 When sufficient coffee has been extracted,
set the selector control to the „STANDBY“
position. This will stop the flow of coffee.
 If you do not need to use the steam
function, press the POWER button ‘Off ’,
unplug the power cord and allow the
machine to cool.
Emptying the filter holder
- Remove the filter holder from the group
head by rotating the filter holder to the left
until it releases.
- To empty the used coffee grounds, turn
the filter holder upside down in a bin and
gently tap out the coffee puck (used coffee
grounds should be thrown away with
domestic waste and not down the sink
which may block drains).
- Remove the filter by pressing on the
„EJECT“ button on the underside of the
filter holder.
- Rinse the filter and filter holder with water
and allow drying.
The machine remains ready for brewing and
maintains a constant heating temperature
as long as the POWER switch is left ‘On’.
If the temperature should drop, the red
heating light will illuminate and the
machine will automatically heat up to the
correct brewing temperature.
NOTE
Recommended measurements are 30ml for
1 cup and 60ml for 2 cups.
NOTE
THE METAL PARTS OF THE FILTER HOLDER MAY STILL BE VERY HOT. COOL
THESE PARTS IN COLD WATER.
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How to texture milk for a cappuccino or latté
The espresso machine ES 4011 comes complete
with a stainless steel frothing attachment
for easier texturing of milk. When using the
frothing attachment on the steam wand a large
amount of textured milk is easily created.
 Hold the milk frothing jug at an angle
so that steam wand and/or the frothing
attachment sits just below the surface of
the heating milk and the steam will move
the milk around the inside of the milk
frothing jug in a circular motion.
If you need to prepare small amount
of textured milk, remove the frothing
attachments and use only the steam wand.
Ensure the frothing attachment is not hot
and remove it by pulling downwards.
To refit the Froth Enhancer, ensure it is
securely attached to the steam wand by
inserting it, from either end opening, onto
the wand and pushing it firmly upwards onto
the rubber surround.
The first step in making a cappuccino/latte is to
make a short espresso (see “Brewing Coffee”).
 Pour the desired amount of cold fresh milk
(approx. 1⁄3 full) into the stainless steel milk
frothing jug.
 Turn the steam wand over the drip tray.
position.
 Turn the selector control to the
The red light will start to flash indicating
that the thermo coil heating system is
heating and preparing to create steam.
 For improved results allow the water to
be released and to start generating steam
before immersing into milk.
 When the desired volume of froth has
been achieved, immerse the steam wand
and / or frothing attachment deeper into
the milk frothing jug to heat the milk.
 Hold the milk frothing jug at an angle with
one hand and place your other hand on
the outer base of the milk frothing jug.
 When the base of the milk frothing
jug becomes too hot to touch, set the
selector control to the “STANDBY” position,
stopping the steaming function before
removing the milk frothing jug. A pumping
noise will sound for a short time; do not be
alarmed as there will be a five second delay
prior to the machine carrying out the Autopurge function.
 The optimum milk temperature is 60-65°C.
A thermometer could be used to achieve
the correct temperature. Milk will begin
to boil at around 72°C. If the milk boils, or
becomes too hot, the natural sweetness
and texture of the milk will be affected.
 To eliminate larger bubbles, tap the
milk frothing jug lightly on bench top to
combine froth and steamed milk before
pouring.
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If less texture is required, remove the
frothing attachment from the steam wand
and steam the milk using the steam wand.
To remove the frothing attachment, ensure
it is cool then simply pull down and remove.
NOTE
 Pour the steamed milk into each cup of
freshly brewed espresso coffee and spoon
in the frothing milk, in the following ratios:
Cappuccino: 1/3 espresso + 1/3 steamed
milk + 1/3 froth milk.
Latté: 1/3 espresso topped with steamed
milk and about 1 cm of frothed milk
(traditionally served in a glass).
For brewing more coffee immediately after
using the steam function, this machine
features an auto-purge function. This
ensures that ground coffee will not be
burnt by the initial water flow from the
thermo coil being too hot. Instead this
water is automatically released internally
into the drip tray ensuring that the internal
thermostat is at optimal temperature for
extracting coffee. Your coffee will always
be extracted at this optimal temperature
ensuring only the best flavored coffee is
achieved.
NOTE
Always ensure that the frothing attachment
has been firmly pushed onto the steam
wand. For best results use fresh cold milk.
Always clean the steam wand and froth
enhancer immediately after every use (refer
to care and cleaning).
NOTE
The Espresso Machine features a swivel
steam wand so the position of the steam
wand can be changed to a comfortable
angle.
TIP
MILK SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO RUN OVER THE TOP OF THE
FROTH ENHANCER, OTHERWISE IT WILL NOT FUNCTION PROPERLY.
TO AVOID SPLATTERING OF HOT MILK, DO NOT LIFT THE STEAM
NOZZLE ABOVE THE SURFACE OF THE MILK WHILE FROTHING. ENSURE
THE SELECTOR CONTROL IS IN THE ‘OFF’ POSITION BEFORE REMOVING
THE FROTHING JUG.
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OPERATING YOUR ESPRESSO MACHINE ES 4011
COFFEE MAKING TIPS
Making a good cup of coffee is an art that is
simple to achieve. Here are some tips to help
you make the perfect coffee.
Warming your cup or glass
A warm cup will help maintain the coffee’s
optimal temperature. Preheat your cup by
storing on the cup warming tray or rinsing
with hot water from the group head.
Warming the filter holder
A cold filter holder can drop the extraction
temperature enough to significantly affect
the quality of your coffee. Always ensure
the filter holder is preheated by running
hot water through it before tamping it with
coffee.
Always wipe the filter and filter holder
dry before tamping with ground coffee as
moisture can encourage ‘drilling’ - this is
when water bypasses the ground coffee
during extraction.
NOTE
Grinding coffee
If using a pre-ground coffee, ensure an
espresso grind suitable for espresso/
cappuccino machines is purchased.
If grinding coffee beans, the grind should be
fine but not too fine or powdery. The grind
will affect the rate at which the water flows
through the coffee in the filter and therefore
the taste of the coffee.
If the grind is too fine (looks like powder
and feels like flour when rubbed between
fingers), the water will not flow through
the coffee even when under pressure. The
resulting coffee will be over extracted, too
dark and bitter, with a mottled and uneven
crema on top.
If the grind is too coarse the water will flow
through the coffee too quickly. This will result
in an under-extracted coffee lacking in flavor
and without the thick crema on the top layer
of coffee.
Right measurement
A single espresso is made with ¼ ounce or
7g of coffee. A level measure of the tamp /
spoon is the correct amount of coffee for a
single espresso and 2 level measures for a
double espresso. It is important to use the
correct filter for the amount of coffee.
Tamping correctly
Level the desired amount of coffee by gently
tapping the side of the filter holder before
pressing down firmly with the tamping end
of the measuring spoon.
When packing for a double espresso it is
important only to tamp after the second
measure. Tamping between measures will
create a layer in the coffee that can impede
full extraction.
Purge the group head
Before inserting the filter holder, run some
water through the group head. It will ensure
that your machine has a last minute ‘clean
through’ and stabilizes the temperature prior
to extracting.
COFFEE MAKING TIPS
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Make sure to wipe off any excess coffee from
the rim of the filter to ensure a proper seal is
achieved under the group head.
NOTE
Brewing your espresso
When brewing coffee, make sure the water
flows through the coffee filter at the correct
rate. The water flow can be adjusted by
varying the pressure that the coffee is
tamped (pressed down) in the filter or by
changing the grind of the coffee.
If you wish to taste espresso of the right
quality, do not extract more than 30 ml
(using a filter for 1 cup) or 60 ml in case of
double espresso (using a filter for 2 cups).
Do not over-extract your coffee – more
than recommended amount. This will result
a colorless crema on the top. Crema is the
caramel coloured layer that floats on top of
the coffee following extraction.
The taste of your coffee will, of course,
depend on personal preference and on
many other factors such as freshness of the
coffee bean; fineness or coarseness of the
grind; tamping pressure (pressing down);
quantity of the coffee grind in the filter
basket.
NOTE
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COFFEE MAKING TIPS
CARE AND CLEANING
Before cleaning, ensure the selector control
is in the “STANDBY” position and press the
“POWER” button ‘Off ’. Switch off at the power
outlet, then unplug the power cord and allow
the unit cooling.
Cleaning the steam wand and frothing
attachment
The steam wand and froth enhancer should
always be cleaned after frothing milk. Do
not leave the steam wand in the milk. This
ensures the Steam Wand is kept free of milk
deposits. Failure to do this may result in milk
being sucked back into the boiler heating
system.
If the steam wand continues to be blocked,
the tip of the steam wand can be removed
by using the spanner in the middle of the
cleaning tool.
Soak the tip in hot water before using the
pin on the cleaning tool to unblock. Replace
the tip back onto the steam wand and secure
with the cleaning tool.
DO NOT USE a scourer or abrasive cleaner to
clean steam wand or housing.
NOTE
Remove the froth enhancer and rinse under
warm tap water.
Wipe the steam wand with a damp cloth,
and then with the steam wand directed back
into the drip tray, briefly set the selector
control to the
position. This will clear any
remaining milk from inside the steam wand.
If the steam wand becomes blocked, wait
for the machine to cool before using the
cleaning tool to unblock the opening.
Attention! Cleaning tool pin is very sharp.
NOTE
CARE AND CLEANING
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Cleaning filters, filter holder and brewing
head
The stainless steel filters and filter holder
should be rinsed under water directly after
use to remove all coffee particles. Should the
fine holes in the filters become blocked; the
fine pin on the cleaning tool can be used to
clear the holes.
The group head interior should be wiped
with a damp cloth to remove any ground
coffee particles.
Periodically run water through the machine
with the filter holder in place, but without
any ground coffee, to rinse out any residual
coffee particles.
Cleaning the housing and cup warming
plate
The outer housing can be wiped with a soft,
damp cloth (do not use abrasive agents or
cloths which can scratch the surfaces).
Cleaning the drip tray
The drip tray should be removed, emptied
and cleaned at regular intervals, particularly
when the drip tray full indicator is showing
‘Empty Me!’.
Remove the stainless steel grid and pull
the ‘Empty Me!’ full indicator upwards to
dislodge from the drip tray. Wash with warm
soapy water, using a non-abrasive washing
liquid, rinse and dry thoroughly.
To re-insert the ‘Empty Me!’ full indicator
back into the drip tray, simply push back
into aligning slots.
NOTE
Decalcifying the espresso machine
After regular use, hard water (especially) may
cause mineral built up in and on many of the
inner functioning components, reducing the
brewing flow, power of the machine, and
affecting the quality of coffee.
We advise decalcifying the machine on
a regular basis (every 2-3 months) using
a mixture of white vinegar and water.
Follow the instructions provided or use the
following as a guide:
Diluted solution (for softer water)
- 1 part white vinegar
- 2 parts cold tap water
Concentrated solution (for hard water)
- 1 part white vinegar
- 1 part cold tap water
Do not powder agents for decalcifying.
NOTE
Do not clean any of the parts or accessories
in the dishwasher.
NOTE
DO NOT IMMERSE CORD, PLUG OR APPLIANCE IN WATER OR ANY OTHER
LIQUID.
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CARE AND CLEANING
1. Ensure the selector control is in the
“STANDBY” position, the POWER button
is in the ‘Off ’ position and the machine
is switched off at the power outlet and
unplugged.
2. Remove the filter holder and frothing
attachment. Pour the mixture of white
vinegar and water into the water tank.
3. Plug the machine into the power outlet
and switch on.
4. Press the POWER button to the ‘On’
position and turn the selector control
to the “STANDBY” position.
5. Place a large container under the group
head, and steam wand.
6. When the brewing temperature has been
reached the red heating light will switch
off. Turn the selector control to the
position to commence pour.
7. Once half the mixture of white vinegar
and water has run through the group
head turn the selector control to the
“STANDBY” position.
8. Set the selector control to the
position and allow the remaining
solution to run through the steam wand.
When the solution has run through, set
the selector control back to “STANDBY”
position.
9. After decalcifying, remove the water tank
and rinse thoroughly then re-fill with
fresh cold water. To rinse the machine,
repeat previous steps.
10. Espresso machine is now ready to use.
The stainless steel filters should not come
in contact with any decalcifying agents.
Do not use powdered decalcifying agents.
NOTE
DO NOT USE ANY OTHER DECALCIFYING AGENTS, OTHER THAN VINEGAR.
CARE AND CLEANING
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
Possible causes
Coffee does not run through.
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Coffee runs out too quickly.
Coffee runs too slowly.
Coffee runs around the edge
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Coffee is too weak or watery.
Coffee is cold.
No crema.
No steam is generated.
Milk is not frothing.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
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Machine is not turned on or plugged in.
Water tank is empty.
Selector control not in
position.
Coffee grind is too fine.
Too much coffee in the filter.
The filter is blocked (see Care and Cleaning).
Excessive tamping.
Coffee grind is too coarse.
Incorrect quantity of coffee in the filter basket.
Not firmly tamped.
The water tank is empty or low.
Coffee grind is too fine.
Machine is blocked by scale build up.
Too much coffee in the filter basket.
Excessive tamping
Filter holder is not inserted in the brew head
properly.
There are coffee grounds affecting the sealing around
the filter rim.
Coffee grind is not fine enough (use coffee ground for
espresso machines).
Not enough coffee in the filter.
Incorrect quantity of coffee in the filter basket.
Not firmly tamped.
Machine not preheated.
Cups not preheated.
Milk not heated enough (if making a cappuccino or
latte) refer to Milk guide.
Coffee grind is too coarse.
Not enough coffee in the filter.
Incorrect quantity of coffee.
Not firmly tamped.
Coffee is not fresh.
Machine is not turned on.
Water tank is empty.
position.
Selector control not in
Steam wand is blocked.
Not enough steam.
Milk is not fresh and cold.
Incorrect technique (refer to How to texture Milk).
COFFEES TO TRY
ESPRESSO
Intense and aromatic, an espresso or short black as it´s also known
uses about 7g of ground coffee. It is served in a small cup or glass to
a level of approximately 30ml.
LONG BLACK
A long black is generally served as a standard espresso with hot water
added to taste.
FLAT WHITE
A single dose of espresso in a cup topped with steamed milk,
1/3 coffee and 1/3 milk.
CAPPUCCINO
The real thing is served very light and luke warm with 1/3 espresso
to 1/3 steamed milk and a generous final third of creamy froth. For
added finesse, hold a piece of card over one half of the cappuccino
before dusting with chocolate.
MACCHIATO
A shot of espresso served short in a 70ml demitasse and stained with
a dash of finely frothed milk.
COFFEES TO TRY
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CLASSIC CAFE LATTÉ
Traditionally the morning coffee of Italy and France, taken with pain
au chocolate or sweet biscotti. This blend of 1/3 espresso to 2/3 milk
is made with a single shot of espresso. Top with steamed milk, poured
down the inside rim of the glass to give a creamy consistency and
perfect layer of froth.
ESPRESSO AFFAGATO
Totally irresistible, this sweet temptation is simply a single scoop of
premium vanilla bean ice cream, drenched in espresso and if desired,
your favourite liqueur. To create a sense of occasion, serve ice cream
in a martini glass with shots on the side.
CON PANNA
Meaning ‘with cream’ this heart warmer is a chic variation on old
fashioned Vienna Coffee. In a 90 120ml cup, dress a double shot of
espresso with a dollop of fresh cream, whipped until glossy. Dust with
cinnamon and serve immediately.
MOCHA FRAPPE (SERVES TWO)
Ready in minutes this impressive refresher will delight chocolate and
coffee drinkers alike. Melt two heaped teaspoons of quality chocolate
bits into a double shot of espresso. Add 1/2 cup cold milk and 9 ice
cubes and process in blender on a low speed to a smooth, velvety
consistency. Pour evenly into two glasses and serve immediately.
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COFFEES TO TRY
INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION REGARDING THE DISPOSAL OF USED PACKAGING
MATERIALS
Dispose of packaging material at a public waste disposal site.
DISPOSAL OF USED ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC APPLIANCES
The meaning of the symbol on the product, its accessory or packaging indicates that this product shall not
be treated as household waste. Please, dispose of this product at your applicable collection point for the
recycling of electrical & electronic equipment waste. Alternatively in some states of the European Union or
other European states you may return your products to your local retailer when buying an equivalent new
product. The correct disposal of this product will help save valuable natural resources and help in preventing
the potential negative impact on the environment and human health, which could be caused as a result of
improper liquidation of waste. Please ask your local authorities or the nearest waste collection centre for
further details. The improper disposal of this type of waste may fall subject to national regulations for fi nes.
For business entities in the European Union
If you wish to dispose of an electrical or electronic device, request the necessary information from your seller
or supplier.
Disposal in other countries outside the European Union
If you wish to dispose of this product, request the necessary information about the correct disposal method
from local government departments or from your seller.
This product meets all the basic EU regulation requirements that relate to it.
Changes to the text, design and technical specifications may occur without prior notice and we reserve the right to make
these changes.
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ESPRESSO
M A C H I N E
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improvement, the products
illustrated/photographed in
this brochure may vary slightly from the actual product.
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