Manual CE (SAGOMA GB)
automatic vending machine
[SAGOMA]
installation and maintenance manual
to be kept inside the machine
MAN3100005
Vers 1.0 22/11/2002
Manual CE (SAGOMA _GB)
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INDEX
SEZIONE 1
TECHNICAL DATA ......................................................................................................................... 4
SEZIONE 2
PART 1. INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................. 5
SEZIONE 3
PART 2. DESCRIPTION OF THE EQUIPMENT......................................................................... 7
SEZIONE 4
PART 3. ADVICE FOR THE INSTALLER ................................................................................... 8
SEZIONE 5
PART 4. BASIC OPERATING PRINCIPLES ............................................................................... 9
SEZIONE 6
PART 5. TRANSPORTATION ...................................................................................................... 13
SEZIONE 7
PART 6. UNPACKING ................................................................................................................... 13
SEZIONE 8
PART 7. POSITIONING................................................................................................................. 14
SEZIONE 9
SUPPLY
PART 8. CONNECTION TO THE MAINS WATER SUPPLY AND TO THE ELECTRICAL
16
SEZIONE 10
PART 9. HOW TO ACTIVATE OR DESACTIVATE THE MACHINE.................................. 17
SEZIONE 11
PART 10. START-UP OPERATIONS .......................................................................................... 19
SEZIONE 12
PART 11. PROGRAMMING OF THE MACHINE..................................................................... 27
SEZIONE 13
PART 13. INSTALLATION OF THE PAYMENT SYSTEMS................................................... 48
SEZIONE 14
PART 14. CLEANING AND LOADING OPERATIONS ........................................................... 49
SEZIONE 15
PART 15. ORDINARY AND PREVENTION MAINTENANCE ............................................... 54
SEZIONE 16
PART 15. MACHINE OUT OF SERVICE ................................................................................... 56
SEZIONE 17
PART 17. FURTHER ADVICE FOR THE USER ....................................................................... 57
SEZIONE 18
PART 18. TROUBLESHOOTING................................................................................................. 58
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Sezione 1
Technical Data
DIMENSIONS
Height
Width
Depth
1830 mm
625 mm
500 mm
WEIGH
From 95 to 115 Kg according to the version
CONNECTION TO THE MAIN WATER SUPPLY
Water inlet pressure between 1 and 8 bar:
mains water connection 3/8” gas female
CONNECTION TO THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
230 V ∼ 50 Hz;
Power consumption between 1300 W and 2000 W
According to the version.
1.1
Copyright Information
© M.P.R. - All rights reserved.
This document contains confidential information, which is property of M.P.R. The content of this document cannot be neither circulated
to third parties, nor copied or duplicated in any form, without previous written consent by M.P.R. Use, duplication or divagation of
technical information contained in this document can be subject to legal protection by M.P.R., via Trieste 49, I-21042 Caronno Pertusella
(VA), Italia.
THIS MANUAL MUST BE KEPT INSIDE THE MACHINE.
Installation and maintenance manual Automatic Vending Machine SAGOMA
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Sezione 2
Part 2. Introduction
We congratulate you on your choice of a M.P.R. automatic vending machine. This product has
been designed by experts and it has been manufactured according to the high quality standards,
which have always been a characteristic of all M.P.R. products. This instruction manual will help
you to acquire a better knowledge of your machine. We recommend you to read it with the
maximum attention and to follow the advice given in the text.
The present manual includes all information and instructions for loading and cleaning
operations of the vending machine, as well as instructions reserved to technical personnel
for performing maintenance operations of more complex nature. This is the reason why the
manual pages are clearly identifiable with relation to the technical preparation of the user to
whom they are destined:
Text with grey background: for any person having access to the interior of the vending machine.
These pages consist of an introduction, sections of general interest and sections concerning
loading and routine cleaning.
Text with normal background: these are for use by qualified technical personnel only. They
include all operations related to installation, adjustment, and extra ordinary cleaning and
general maintenance.
All information contained in this manual are aimed to obtain from the machine the best
performance within the limits of use set by the manufacturer.
This Manual is integral to the equipment and must be available inside the machine until final
deplacement. Inside the rear door of the machine there is a suit0able pocket where the Manual
should be kept.
In the event of loss or damaging of the Manual, to obtain an extra copy it will be necessary to
supply to the manufacturer all the identification data appearing on the identification sticker.
In compliance with the Company's endeavour to adopt technical improvements whenever possible,
M.P.R. reserves the right to ameliorate future production (and the contents of future Manuals)
without prior notice and without any obligation of updating the products on the market.
The Technical service department of M.P.R. is at your disposal for any further information. Just call
or send a fax at the following numbers:
+39.02.966551
+39.02.9655086
or surf our web site www.rheavendors.com or send en e-mail at the address
rheavendors@rheavendors.com.
In order to speed up the response to your requests it will be necessary to supply:
- All data appearing on the Serial Number Label (glued to the first page of this manual).
- If the display of the machine is equipped with 2 buttons and led for sugar adjusting.
CAUTION: M.P.R. is not liable for any damage that could affect, directly or indirectly, any
person or property as a consequence of:
- Incorrect use of the vending machine.
- Incorrect installation.
- Unsuitable electrical or water supply.
- Major shortcomings in maintenance.
- Technical interventions or alterations of unauthorised nature.
- Adoption of non-original spare parts.
In the event of breakdown, M.P.R. has got no obligation whatsoever neither to compensate any
economical damage deriving from the inactivity of the machine nor too extend the warranty period.
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2.1
Safety Regulations
The vending machine has been designed and manufactured in accordance with the following
European Regulations:
Directives
73/23 CEE; 98/37/CE; 89/336/CEE
Norms
EN 60335-1
IEC 60335-2-75
EN 5514-2:1997
EN 61000-3-2:1995+A1:1998+A2:1998
EN 61000-3-3:1995
EN 55014-1:1993+A1:1997
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Sezione 3
3.1
Part 3. Description of the Equipment
Use
The SAGOMA Vending Machine, in its different models, is an appliance meant for general use
(non-professional).
The Vending Machine is supposed to supply beverages automatically, mixing ingredients with
water.
The distribution of beverages will take place into suitable cups automatically supplied by the
machine itself. In the models with Espresso Coffee group, the machine will also automatically
dispense stirrers for beverage mixing.
3.2
Denomination of the models
M.P.R. adopts the following conventional codes for the definition of the different versions:
SAGOMA <coffee>/<canisters> [<cold>] [<options>]
where:
<coffee> states the main process for the preparation of coffee:
H.…… Instant coffee (from soluble products)
E...…. Infusion process through a high pressure Espresso coffee group
FB...… Infusion process through a low pressure filtered coffee group
<canisters> states the number of product canisters except the one for coffee beans.
Capacity and variety of types of beverages that can be supplied by the vending
will depend on this number.
<cold> states the sort of cold beverage obtainable from the machine (if a refrigeration
present)
FP.....beverages from powdered products (with natural water).
3.3
machines
group
is
Obtainable Beverages
All beverages obtainable from your machine are shown in the list attached to this manual, and they
vary substantially according to the version of the machine.
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Sezione 4
Part 4. Advice for the installer
Installation and maintenance operations described in the white papers must be carried out
only by qualified technical personnel.
Use only specific ingredients for automatic vending machines.
For a correct operation, the machine must be installed indoor with operating temperature higher
than 5° C in normal conditions of use.
WARNING: given the sensitivity of some ingredients used in the machine to excessive
temperature and humidity, some malfunctions may occur if the machine is operated at
temperature higher than 30° C or with relative humidity exceeding 80%.
The SAGOMA vending machine, that you have bought, has been manufactured according to the
norms and regulations related to the non-toxicity of those parts coming in contact with foodstuffs
and electric insulation. The machine is mounted inside of an industrial cleaned ambient. The
person entrusted with the mounting and the test operations is subjected to frequent sanitary
examinations to confirm his attitude. However, freight conditions, period of stay in the warehouse
and possible handling due to the installation of the vending machines do not allow using it
immediately.
The vending machines, before its use, must be subjected to a cycle of sanitary tests as per the
instructions shown in paragraph “Cleaning and disinfecting of those parts coming in contact with
foodstuffs”.
Under these conditions the components in contact with the powdered ingredients must be cleaned
at least once a day.
Installation in premises where water jets are used (e.g. large kitchens) is to be avoided.
The personnel in charge of the loading of the ingredients must own a valid certificate of good
health. Furthermore, compliance with any other domestic or local regulations must be checked.
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Sezione 5
Part 5. Basic Operating Principles
The powered machine is normally in the stand-by mode. When a button is pressed, a vend cycle
starts. If a sale price is pre-set (i.e. the machine is not pre-set for the free vend mode), before
selection the required amount of money must be inserted by means of coins, bank notes or other.
According to the selection required and to the model of the machine, the vend cycle is composed
by some of the following procedures.
5.1
Dispensing and positioning of the cups
If it is not disabled by pressing the special prebutton "Without cup" (if
available), this procedure is carried out before all vend operations are
started.
Through the action of the unclamping servomotor, the cup is detached
and falls in the appropriate support;
5.2
Dispensing of sugar
This supply is pre-set only for the models of machine equipped with the sugar dispensing group
(models E) in the event sugared beverages being selected. For the other models, always when the
beverage requires it, the sugar is dispensed simultaneously with the preparation of the instant
beverages and with the same procedure (see after).
1) The geared motor activates the screw
feeder in the sugar canister which
pours the correct quantity of sugar in
the dispensing unit;
5.3
2) The servomotor of the dispensing unit causes
the slide movement and the following pouring
of the sugar in the cup.
Preparation of hot beverages from soluble ingredients
This procedure is usually carried out after the cup is correctly positioned under the outlet pipes of
the beverage. More than one procedure of this sort can be carried out simultaneously or in
sequence during a vend cycle.
1) Only in Version E the pump which loads water inside the water refilling tank is activated;
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2) When the solenoid valve corresponding to the boiler is activated, the preset quantity of water is
poured to dissolve the ingredients;
3) If supplied, the mixer motor is activated;
4) The geared motor activates the screw feeder, in the canister of the corresponding ingredient,
which pours the correct quantity of ingredient in the mixing bowl. More than one canister of
ingredients can be activated simultaneously for the same mixing bowl;
5) If present, the motor of the mixing bowl is switched off;
6) The solenoid valve correspondingl is switched off.
5.4
Preparation of the espresso coffee
This procedure is carried out only in the models equipped with the espresso coffee group (Version
E) and after the cup is correctly positioned under the outlet pipes of the beverage. The execution
priority between this procedure and the procedure for the preparation of hot beverages from instant
ingredients is pre-set by the programme of the machine and varies according to the selection
chosen.
1) The coffee grounds are ejected (this can occour also after 10 minutes of rest of the micro
coffee group) and the group moves to receive the coffee dose;
2) The electromagnet of the coffee
throw dispensing unit is activated and
the canister is open. The correct
quantity of ground coffee flows by
gravity in the brewer of the espresso
coffee group; *
4) The coffee group moves to the infusion
3) The coffee grinder is activated until the preset quantity in the throw dispensing unit is
restored;
5) The water coming from a water refilling tank,
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position: this occurs when the group
movement motor is started. The lower filter
is moved to close the brewer and press the
preset throw the compress of ground
coffee; *
6) The coffee group ends the cycle.
* The operations marked with asterisk may be
electronic presetting of the machine.
5.5
in which the water level is kept constant, is
conveyed by pressure in the coffee boiler by
means of a pump. After the activation of a
solenoid valve, the same quantity of warmed up
water is then conveyed to the coffee group.
carried out in a different order according to the
Preparation of filter coffee
This procedure is carried out only in the models equipped with a coffee brewing group (models
FB), after the cup has been correctly positioned under the outlet pipes for the beverage vending.
The execution priority between this procedure and the procedure for the preparation of hot
beverages from instant ingredients is pre-set by the programme of the machine and varies
according to the selection chosen.
1) The geared motor activates a screw feeder, which pours the pre-set quantity of ground coffee
into the coffee group;
2) The coffee group moves to brewing position: this occurs when the group movement motor is
started. The upper filter moves upwards to close the brewer and press the pre-set quantity of
ground coffee;
3) The water coming from a water-refilling tank means of a pump. After the activation of a
solenoid valve, the same quantity of warmed up water is then conveyed to the coffee group.
4) The coffee grounds are ejected and the group returns to rest position: this occurs when the
group movement motor is started. The upper filter moves and opens the brewer. The coffee is
ejected by the combined action of the lower filter and the ejection blade.
5.6
Dispensing of the stirrer
This procedure is carried out only in models equipped with stirrer feeder (Version E), and it is
carried out when the cup is correctly positioned under the outlet pipes for the beverage vending.
The stirrer can be dispensed before or after the preparation of a beverage, according to the
machine programme and selection made. Furthermore, a programmable function allows the user
to pre-set selections for which the stirrer is to be dispensed.
1) The unclamping electromagnet detaches the stirrer from the stack in the feeder. The stirrer
slides in the cup.
5.7
Preparation of cold instant beverages
This procedure is carried out only in the models of machine equipped
with the refrigerating group for natural water (Version FP), usually
when the cup is positioned under the outlet pipes for the beverage
vending.
1) The water inlet solenoid valve is activated to load water inside the
cold unit;
2) The corresponding solenoid valve in the refrigerating group is
activated and the correct quantity of water is poured into the
mixing bowl to dissolve the ingredients;
3) If present, the mixing bowl is activated;
4) The geared motor activates the screw feeder of the canister of
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the corresponding ingredient, which conveys the correct quantity of ingredient into the mixing
bowl. More than one canister can be activated simultaneously for the same mixing bowl;
5) The solenoid valves are switched off;
6)
If present, the mixing bowl motor is switched off.
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Sezione 6
Part 6. Transportation
The machine must be moved by qualified personnel.
The machine must be carefully transported as any overturning of the
machine is to be avoided.
The machine must be kept horizontally positioned when moved to
another location.
The machine is supplied on pallet. It must be moved on a dolly, at
reduced speed and preventing any excessive bending movement of
the machine.
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Part 6. Unpacking
The machine must be unpacked as follows:
1) Cut the protection film
along one of the protection
angle bar around the
machine
2) Remove the pallet
from the machine by
lifting the two lateral
hooks;
3) Take the key on the rear
of the machine, near the
power supply cord.
WARNING: the packing materials must be kept out of the reach of unauthorized people,
specially children, as potentially hazardous. The disposal of special packing materials must
be carried out by qualified waste recovery companies.
-
Open the door and remove the adhesive tape from:
- the feeder cup cover
- the drops tray
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Remove the board prism positioned
between the canisters of the
ingredients and the top of the
cabinet.
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Part 8. Positioning
The machine must be installed indoor on a flat and sound floor. If the machine is installed in a
safety gangway, the remaining opening of passage between the machine with the open door and
the nearest obstacle must be at least 80 cm.
Anchor the machine to the rear wall as follows:
- loosen the two screws which lock the fixing bracket on the machine cover;
- turn the bracket by 180° and fit it again to the machine by means of the appropriate
screws
previously removed;
- move the machine near the wall until the bracket rests against the wall;
- regulate the feet placed under the machine for a correct levelling: there must be less than 2°
offset of the machine vertical axis with respect to the vertical axis of
the wall;
- drill the wall with a diameter 8 mm pin, using the bracket as drilling
template;
- fix the bracket to the wall by means of the screw anchors supplied in
the waste disposal bucket.
M.P.R. declines all responsibility for any shortcomings caused
by non compliance with installation instructions.
If the machine is installed on delicate or valuable floors, it is advised
to lay a carpet under the machine, about 80 cm larger than the
machine itself, made of rugged material, resistant to dirt and water
(e.g. synthetic laminate). This is to protect the floor and also prevent
it to get dirty for the accidental spilling of beverages.
A schematic general lay-out is indicated in the figure.
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Sezione 9
9.1
Part 9. Connection to the mains water supply and to the electrical supply
Connection to the mains water supply
Before proceeding to the connection carry out the following checks on the water to be used:
- Make sure that the water supply is of drinking quality possibly through certificate of a laboratory;
- Make sure that water mains pressure ranges from 1 to 8 bar;
- If the mains pressure is lower than 1 bar, a pump must be installed;
- If the mains pressure is higher than 8 bar, a pressure reducer must be mounted, calibrated at 3
bar, on the water connecting hose of the machine; in any case the mounting of a pressure reducer
is advisable in all installations where high pressure peaks occur.
If not already existing, install a 3/8" gas tap to exclude the machine from the mains source in case
of emergency.
Connection of the tap to the machine must be made with a copper or plastic hose, which has been
approved for food contact use and resistant to operating pressure not lower than 10 bar.
Make sure that the water is free of impurities and does not feature excessive hardness (higher than
20 French Degrees). This shortcoming can be solved using normal water softeners. The SAGOMA
machines, models E and FB, are complete with a standard watersoftening filter. The models H can be provided with an optional filter.
Lime scale can be notably reduced by the use of the filter, ensuring a
longer life of all components in contact with water and reducing
maintenance.
Carry out the connection on the inlet coupling of the water softener
or, should the filter not be mounted, directly on the inlet coupling of
the water inlet solenoid valve.
The water softener and the water inlet solenoid valve are both
provided with a 3/8" gas male inlet coupling.
If a water softening filter is mounted, the water hardness must be
taken (special kits are available for sale) in order to define how often
the filter shall be regenerated. This depends on the rate of use of the
filter and on the grade of water hardness (see section "Regeneration
of the water softener filter").
9.2
Connection to the electrical supply
Make sure that the grounding of the electrical mains to which the machine
will be connected is in good conditions and in compliance with domestic
and European standards concerning electrical safety.
The machine is equipped with a power supply cord H50VV-F 3x1.5 mm2
with Shucko plug.
Make sure that the electrical mains voltage is the same as indicated on
the identification sticker of the machine and that the current rating of the
plug is suitable for the current absorbed by the machine. The identification
sticker is put inside the machine and can be seen opening the door. For
connection, an electric plug, single-phase, 230V 50 Hz, for a maximum
load of 15A is required.
Any type of plug, which is incompatible with the socket of the machine,
must be replaced.
Do not use adaptors or multiple plugs.
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Part 10. How to activate or desactivate the machine
10.1 Safety switch
A safety switch is provided in the machine which cuts the power off all
electrical and electronic components in the machine when the door is
opened.
If required, to switch the machine off open the door of the machine
or unplug it from the electrical mains.
Some operations will require to have the machine switched on and with
the door open. To activate the machine with the door open, when
specified in the instructions, insert the special plastic key, hanging on a
cord near the switch and turn it clockwise by 90°.
WARNING: the opening and switching on of the machine with the
door open (unless for cleaning operations) must be carried out
only by authorised, qualified personnel. Do not leave the machine
open unguarded.
10.2 Diagnostics cycle of the switching up
When the safety key is inserted, the machine carries out a diagnostics cycle to check the position
of the mobile components, the correct quantity of some ingredients and the correct water mains
supply pressure. The display shows:
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date of the last upgrade of the software loaded in the vending machine
SAGOMA
v 2.2
22 - 07 - 02
version of the master file loaded in the vending machine (i.e vers. 2.2)
vers. slave 1.m
----------------version of the slave file loaded in the vending machine (i.e vers. 1.m)
PLEASE WAIT - - - - ----------------check coffee brewer
Only for versions E
At the end of checks, the standard invitation message will appear on the display, e.g.:
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TAKE A RELAX
MOMENT
During the installation procedure, the following messages are displayed:
WATER REFILLING
meaning that some functions of the machine are temporarily inhibited for an easier and safe
installation. In these phases, these messages replace the standard invitation message. In case of
doubt, refer to installation instructions.
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Sezione 11
Part 11. Start-up operations
11.1 Installation - Phase 1
The phase 1 of the installation of the vending machine contains the water loading of the boiler
(Version H) or of the water refilling tank (Version E) and the setting of the temperature of the
boiler.
11.1.1 Loading the boiler of instant beverages
This operation is carried out on all models of the machine.
Place the liquid waste disposal bucket on the bottom of the machine,
sliding it in the appropriate guide tracks, and insert the drain pipes,
the pressure relief tube and the coffee brewer pipe (Version E).
Open the tap of the water circuit.
Insert the key in the safety switch. After the switching on messages,
the display shows:
WATER REFILLING
The machine starts automatically loading the boiler for instant
beverages with water (Version H); for espresso vending machines
loads first the water refilling tank and then the boiler (Version E). The
boiler is filled up in about 3 min.
The following message appears on the display:
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TAKE A RELAX
MOMENT
If the load is sufficient, by pressing the key PL inside the machine on the CPU protection, it is
necessary to make some washings of the mixing bowls and of the coffee brewer (Version E). The
display shows:
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WASHINGS
1 2 3 4
(Version H) Pressing buttons 1, 2, 3 and 4 the machine pours water
from one of the beverage outlet spouts. Press the key PL inside the
machine on the CPU protection to exit from WASHING mode.
(Version E) Pressing button 1 many times the machine pours water
from the outlet pipe of the coffee brewer. Pressing buttons 2, 3 and 4
the machine pours water from one of the beverage outlet spouts.
Press the key PL inside the machine on the CPU protection to exit
from WASHING mode.
11.1.2 Modification of the
operating temperature
Normally vending machines exit from factory with boiler’s temperature set at 10° C.
To modify the temperature threshold, after loading water inside the boiler, insert the key in the
safety switch and wait until the display shows
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TAKE A RELAX
MOMENT
Press the key PR inside the machine on the CPU protection,
The display shows:
PROGRAMMING- - - -BUTTON 1 - - - - - - - Press button 1 until the display shows:
PROGRAMMING - - TEMPERATURE - - Pressing button 2 the display shows:
TEMPERATURE
Boiler
10
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Pressing button 4 and 5 set the correct value (the suggested values are 85°C for Instant machines
and 92°C for Espresso machines).
Press button 1 to confirm the data and then key PROG inside the machine to exit from
PROGRAMMING.
Switch off and on the vending machine using the safety switch. The display shows:
WARMING
PLEASE WAIT
Until the right temperature is reached inside the boiler. At the end of the operation the display will
shows:
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TAKE A RELAX
MOMENT
11.2 Phase 2 of the installation
The phase 2 of the installation of the vending machine contains the cleaning of the parts in contact
with foodstuff, the loading of the food products and the installation of some accessories.
11.2.1 Washing and disinfecting of components in
contact with foodstuff.
With the vending machine switched on, make sure that the display shows:
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TAKE A
RELAX MOMENT
Proceed to clean in sequence all the mixing bowls, pressing the key PL inside the machine on the
CPU protection and then buttons from 1 to 5 (depending on how many mixing bowls the machine
has got). Use about 4 litres of water altogether. This will remove any possible trace of dirt from the
boiler for instant ingredients.
For models E and FB only, carry out cleansing operations of the coffee group by means of a
suitable cleaning product (refer to product instructions).
- pour the cleaning product in the group through the coffee funnel.
- carry out repeated washing cycles of the coffee group operating the key PL inside the machine
on the CPU protection pressing button 1. Dispense about 1.5 litres of water. This will remove any
trace of dirt inside the espresso boiler.
Wash hands thoroughly.
Prepare separately, in a suitable container, a disinfecting antibacterial solution of chlorine,
according to the instructions enclosed in the chemical.
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Remove all the ingredients canisters from the machine (including the canister for coffee in beans, if
present) separate the main body from covers and slides and immerse all parts in the solution
previously prepared.
Remove aspiration unit of
the mixing bowl
Turn in the clock wise
sense the red lever under
the mixing bowl
and the mixer's fan.
Remove the mixing bowl
itself, the bowl support
Remove
the
silicone
beverage outlet tubes and
pertaining
supports.
Immerse all parts in the
solution.
Using a cloth soaked in the solution, proceed to clean also the attachment bases of the mixers,
which remain fixed to the machine.
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The time of permanence in the solution, in order to obtain a full disinfecting, is stated on the
packaging of the chemical.
At the end of the disinfecting, recover canisters and covers, dry them very carefully (using
compressed air, a hair dryer or perfectly clean and sterile cloths) and reassemble them in the
machine. Recover all other parts from the solution and put them back in the machine in opposite
sequence with respect to disassembly.
Carry out repeatedly washing cycles of the mixing bowls, pressing button WASHING under the cup
feeder and then buttons form 2 to 4 (depending on how many the machine has got). Use about 2
litres of water altogether. This will remove all traces of disinfecting solution from the outlet pipes.
11.2.2 Refilling of ingredients
Read on the canister the indication of the ingredient to be loaded into the machine.
Fill up the canister of the ingredients, after having removed the cover.
Use a quantity of product suitable for a period between two refillings, and in any case do not
exceed the quantities shown in the table here below.
PRODUCT
Cups
Coffee beans (E)
Instant Coffee
Sugar
Chocolate
Milk
Instant Tea
Soup
Stirrers
Powder for cold drinks (FP)
QT.
500
3.5 Kg
2 Kg
5 Kg
3.5 Kg
2 Kg
3 Kg
4 Kg
450
3 Kg
This will prevent deterioration of the quantity of product in excess.
Canisters for soluble ingredients can be removed from the machine,
in order to facilitate refilling.
Rotate the slide lock in order to avoid to spill powder. After having
refilled, refit the canister and open the slide lock.
In Version E, the canister for coffee beans could also be removed
from the machine for an easier refilling. Make sure that the slide lock at the end of the outlet pipe is
fully closed. After refilling, reinstall the canister and pull out the slide lock.
11.2.3 Refilling of cups
It is recommended to use only cups specifically designed for automatic vending machines. Cups
must not be transparent or of light absorbing dark material. Diameter under the rim must be
between 65.5 and 66.0 mm. The distance between the rims of two cups stacked and positioned
side by side must be between 2.6 and 3.2 mm. Should it be necessary to adopt cups having
different sizes with respect to the above specifications, the Technical service Department of M.P.R.
should be contacted in advance.
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Before loading make sure, checking through the transparent protection of the cups compartments,
that the central stack of cups is in a position suitable for filling (that is to say with the hollow side
facing the operator). Should this not be the case, then switch on the machine inserting the service
key into the safety switch. Press and keep pressed the key PCC inside the machine on the CPU
protection, until the central stack of cups reaches the correct position.
Extract the safety switch.
ATTENTION: carry out the loading of cups only when the machine is switched off. Do not
attempt to manually rotate the central stack.
Proceed to the loading as follows:
open the upper cover of
the cup feeder;
pull the two mobile sides towards
the outside, until they are
blocked; slide the stacks of cups
towards the inside of the
machine, keeping them in
vertical
position.
The edge of the upper cup of each
stack must reach a height between
the
limits indicated on the
sticker of instructions placed inside
the cup feeder. This allows a
regular operation of the inside
mechanisms of the cup feeder
itself;
close the cup feeder with the upper cover.
11.2.4 Refilling of stirrers
The stirrers feeder is standard fit on the models E, as an optional in models H.
It is recommended to use only stirrers suited to automatic vending machines. The thickness of the
stirrers must range between 1.2 and 1.8 mm and their length must be approx. 89 mm.
If stirrers with different dimensions from those specified must be used, please contact the technical
service of M.P.R.
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When the machine is open
and off, lift
and rotate the cup feeder.
Slide along the guide track the
stirrers still hold together with the
packing band and, once they have
reached the end of the guide, rip
the band off.
Insert the weight again.
11.2.5 Inserting the selection labels
The selection labels are supplied in the special pocket in the Manual.
When the machine if open and off, release and turn the cup feeder.
Loosen the screws to remove the protection of the area for the
slipping of labels.
Slip the labels in the special slots following the diagram on the
Memory Configuration Chart attached to the Manual.
Check their correct position from outside the machine.
Lift and refit the cup feeder.
11.2.6 Application of the collection bag for coffee
grounds
In models E and FB, 5 bags are supplied together with the machine
to be used for the collection of the coffee grounds
They are in the liquid waste disposal bucket.
Pull the support of the bag out from underneath the espresso group.
Slide the bag around the support and replace the support and bag
back to the original position.
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Sezione 12
Part 12. Programming of the machine
12.1 Memory
The machine is controlled by a programme stored in the
microprocessor of the FLASH memory, installed on the CPU board.
The program stored in the memory can be updated with a FLASH
serial card or with a serial cable.
At the switching on of the machine a mssage will display the latest
version iof the software loaded into the machine.
12.2 Factory set parameters
The machine is supplied already pre-set for the most common operation parameters. In particular:
- configuration of the version;
- throw of coffee, powdered ingredients, tea and quantity of water required;
- vend prices (set to 0: the machine is in the free vend mode);
- pre-setting for the use of the system of parallel payment;
- the clock function disabled;
The programming of the machine must be modified only if the pre-set factory parameters are not
complying with the required use.
12.3 How to enter and exit from the programming mode
To modify the operation parameters of the machine it is necessary to enter in the programming
mode.
To enter press the key PROG inside the machine on the CPU protection.
The display shows:
PROGRAMMING - - ----------------Pressing button 1 the display shows:
PROGRAMMING - - BUTTON 1 - - - - - - - Once the parameters have been modified, press again the key PROG inside the machine on the
CPU protection.
FREE
The display shows:
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END PROGRAMMING
----- --------12.4 Buttons used in the programming mode
Programming is carried out by pressing buttons on the selection keypad. Notably:
•
•
•
•
•
•
with button 1 the sequence of programming sub-menus is visualised;
with button 6 the sequence of programming sub-menus is visualised in the reverse
direction;
with button 2 the sequence of specific programming functions for the chosen sub-menu is
visualised;
with button 3 the sequence of specific programming functions for the chosen sub-menu is
visualised in the reverse direction;
with button 4 the value of the visualised function is increased or selected;
with button 5 the value of the visualised function is decreased or selected.
12.5 Programming sub-menus
Access to the programming sub-menus is possible at any time, after entering the programming
mode and pressing button 1 on the selection keypad. These sub-menus are repeated cyclically
after the last one has been displayed.
The sub-menus and their display order are as follows:
PROGRAMMING- - - -BUTTON 1 - - - - - - - 6
1
PROGRAMMING - - -BUTTON 2- - - - - - - PROGRAMMING - - -BUTTON 12 - - - - - - PROGRAMMING - - -PRICES - - - - - - - - - PROGRAMMING - - -COINS - - - - - - - - - - PROGRAMMING - - -TEMPERATURE - - -
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PROGRAMMING - - -MISCELLANEOUS - DIAGNOSTICS - - - - ----------------SALES AUDIT - - - - ---------------PROGRAMMING- - - -MDB- - - - - - - - - - - PROGRAMMING- - - -CLOCK- - - - - - - - - REGISTRATION
OUT OF ORDERS
PROGRAMMING - - EVA-DTS - - - - - - - - 12.5.1 Pre-setting of buttons
The modification of throws is a delicate operation as the good operation of the machine can be
affected. As a general rule, it is recommended to keep in mind that when instant ingredients are
dissolved in water, a brief interval to rinse the mixing bowl must be foreseen at the end of the
powdered ingredient vending. This is provided by programming a dispensing time for water about 2
sec. longer than the dispensing time for the instant ingredients.
To each of the 12 buttons it is possible to associate the recipe of any drinks.
To proceed at the pre-setting of each button, in the programming mode, press button 1 until the
display shows:
PROGRAMMING- - - -BUTTON 1- - - - - - - Press button 2 to visualise one of the following functions:
FUNCTIONING
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INHIBITED
PRE SELECTION
Only for FP versions the display shows also the function:
FUNCTIONING
COLD
Scroll the functions pressing buttons 4 and 5.
To inhibit button, which is going to be programmed, confirm INHIBITED pressing button 1.
Setting of a selection
To associate a selection to button which is going to be programmed, confirm FUNCTIONING. For
the FP versions it is possible prgramme cold drinks selecting the function FUNCTIONING COLD.
Press button 2. The display shows one of the following options:
PROGRAMMING:
COMPLETE
PROGRAMMING:
REDUCED
Use buttons 4 and 5 to visualise the options. Choose PROGRAMMING COMPLETE if
you want the possibility to programme all the parameters of each product, otherwise
choose PROGRAMMING REDUCED.
Pressing button 2 (Version E), the display shows:
COFFEE WATER
0=inhib.
cc:
This parameter is present only in machines with the coffee brewer. Use this parameter to
adjust the coffee beans water quantity. Activate this parameter only if you want to
associate to this button a drink made with coffee beans. Increase or decrease the value
pressing respectively buttons 4 and 5. To inhibit this function programme the value 0.0.
Press again button 2 (Version E). The display shows:
opt. coffee-milk
(0-1)
X
Use this parameter to set the priority of starting between milk and ground coffee for drinks made
with these ingredients. Increase or decrease the value pressing respectively buttons 4 and 5. Set
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this parameter at 0 if you want that milk starts before ground coffee and the value 1 for the
opposite.
Pressing in sequence button 2 the display shows:
PRODUCT X
0=inhib.
.0
The number of the product shows the position of the canister inside of the machine starting to
count from the left the possible positions of the product motors.
If the PRODUCT X is necessary for the drink that is being set, increase or decrease until the
desired value, pushing respectively buttons 4 and 5; otherwise inhibit the ingredient setting its
value to 0.0.
Pressing again button 2 the display shows:
start delay
PRODUCT X
.0
Pressing respectively buttons 4 and 5 increase or decrease the ingredient’s pouring delay after
the beginning of the selection.
Pressing again button 2 the display shows the same items for other products, that can be set as
the previous one following the recipe of the desired drink.
Pressing again button 2 the display shows:
WATER X time
0=inhib.
.0
The number of the WATER shows the position of the mixer starting from the left. Increase or
decrease the value pressing respectively buttons 4 and 5; otherwise inhibit WATER setting its
value to 0.0.
Pressing again button 2 the display shows:
start delay
WATER 1
.0
Pressing buttons 4 and 5 increase or decrease respectively the water pouring delay after the
beginning of the selection.
Pressing again button 2 the display shows:
flow
slow
WATER X
Pressing buttons 4 and 5 it is possible to choose among the three parameters “slow”, “medium”,
“quick” to increase or decrease the correspondent water flow.
Pressing again button 2 the display shows:
MIXER X
0=inhib.
.0
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Increase or decrease the value of the time of working of the mixer pressing respectively button 4
and 5; otherwise inhibit the MIXER setting its value to 0.0.
Pressing again button 2 the display shows:
Start delay
MIXER X
1.0
Pressing buttons 4 and 5 increase or decrease respectively the mixer start delay after the
beginning of the selection.
Pressing again button 2 the display shows:
speed MIXER X
0
Pressing buttons 4 and 5 increase or decrease respectively the mixer speed of the selection (0 =
maximum speed, 5 = minimum speed).
Pressing again button 2 the display shows the same items for other mixers, that can be set as the
previous one following the recipe of the desired drink.
Pressing again button 2 the display shows:
selection name:
standard
Pressing button 4 and 5 it is possible to modify the message shown in the display during the
preparation of the drink. If you select the value standard, the display will show:
drink number N
preparing
otherwise if you select one of the available selection names the display will show:
selection name
preparing
Press button 1 to programme the following button.
ATTENTION: if all the parameters of a button set as FUNCTIONING are programmed at 0, the
vending machine will dispense ONLY CUP.
Setting of a pre-selection
To associate a preselection to the current button, choose PRESELECTION pressing buttons 4
and 5.
Pressing again button 2 the display shows:
presel. message
DECAFFEINATED
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Pressing buttons 4 and 5 the display shows all the other available pre-selections:
presel. message
BARLEY
presel. message
NO CUP
presel. message
EXTRA MILK
presel. message
SHORT
Only for the models not equipped with buttons for sugar adjusting with leds, there are also
the following pre-selections:
presel. message
NO SUGAR
presel. message
EXTRA SUGAR
DECAFFEINATED/BARLEY
To associate to the current button the preselection DECAFFEINATED/BARLEY, choose it in the
menu and press button 2.
The display shows:
canister
DEC./BARLEY nr: 0
Press buttons 4 and 5 to increase or decrease the position of the canister in which
decaffeinated/barley coffee is present.
Pressing again button 2 the display shows:
ev-mixer
DEC./BARLEY
nr: 1
Press buttons 4 and 5 to increase or decrease the position of the solenoid valve to associate to
decaffeinated canister.
Pressing again button 2 the display shows:
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price decaf/barley
0=+ 1=Pressing buttons 4 and 5, set 0 for a price increasing or 1 for a price decreasing; the price will be
modified of the value of the price associated at the current button.
Pressing again button 2 the display shows:
enab. presel.
For button1
YES
Choose buttons to which associate the preselection that is going to be programmed. Press
buttons 2 and 3 to visualise all buttons and choose YES or NO with buttons 4 and 5 to set or to
inhibit the preselection at button shown on the display.
ATTENTION: in version E during the setting of the drinks with coffee beans, you have to
programme also the parameters of the drink with decaffeinated/barely coffee (PRODUCT, MIXER,
EV); in version H during the the programming of the drinks with instant coffee, set the parameters
of both coffees; the two instant coffee canisters must have the same mixing bowl.
NO CUP
To associate to the current button to the preselection NO CUP, choose it in the menu and press
button 2.
The display shows:
enab. presel.
for button 1 YES
Proceed as for previous preselections.
EXTRA MILK
To associate to the current button the preselection EXTRA MILK choose it in the menu and press
button 2.
The display shows:
canister
MILK nr:
0
Pressing buttons 4 and 5 to increase or decrease the number of the product motor corrispondent
to the canister in which milk is present.
Pressing again button 2 the display shows:
quantity EXTRA
MILK
+ .0
Pressing buttons 4 and 5 set the extra quantity milk wanted.
The display shows:
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enab. presel.
for button 1 YES
Proceed as for previous preselections.
SHORT
To associate to the current button the preselection SHORT choose it in the menu and press
button 2.
The display shows:
presel. message
SHORT
Pressing again button 2 the display shows:
WATER quantity
SHORT
- .0
Pressing buttons 4 and 5 set the percentage (%) of water quantity to decrease from normal water
quantity for short drinks.
Pressing again button 2 the display shows:
enab. presel.
for button 1 YES
Proceed as for previous preselections.
NO SUGAR
To associate to the current button the preselection NO SUGAR choose it in the menu and press
button 2.
The display shows:
canister
SUGAR nr:
0
Pressing buttons 4 and 5 to increase or decrease the number of the product motor corrispondent
to the canister in which sugar is present.
Pressing again button 2 the display shows:
enab. presel.
for button 1 YES
Proceeed as for previous preselections.
EXTRA SUGAR
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To associate to the current button the preselection EXTRA SUGAR choose it in the menu and
press button 2.
The display shows:
canister
SUGAR nr:
0
Pressing buttons 4 and 5 to increase or decrease the number of the product motor corrispondent
to the canister in which sugar is present.
Pressing again button 2 the display shows:
quantity EXTRA
SUGAR
+ .0
Pressing buttons 4 and 5 set the extra quantity sugar wanted.
The display shows:
enab. presel.
for button 1 YES
Proceed as for previous preselections.
At the end of the setting of buttons, push button 1 to confirm the set data.
12.5.2 Pre-setting of the normal sale prices
One price for each selection available can be memorised in the machine. When a selection is
matched to a price set to zero, the selection is in the free vend mode.
To modify sale prices, in the programming mode, press button 1 until the sub-menu
PROGRAMMING - - PRICES - - - - - - - - - is visualised.
Press buttons 2 and 3 and select the price to be modified. For example:
PRICE X
XXXX
will appear on the display. Press buttons 4 and 5 to modify the value of the price displayed.
Press button 1 to confirm the set data.
When the invitation message is visualised and with machine open
and switched on, the pre-set sale prices can be by-passed by
entering the selection test mode (free-vend). To have access to this
mode, press key "FREE" inside the machine on the CPU protection.
The display shows:
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FREE VEND
At this point the machine is able to dispense any selection, without charge. Selection vended in the
selection test mode are counted in a separate counter (see "Reading of sales data").
To exit from the selection test mode, press the key FREE inside the machine on the CPU
protection again.
12.5.3 Presetting of coin-set
The set of values that the machine assigns to each signal (canal) received from the payment
system is called coin-set.
Press button 1 until to visualize the sub-menu:
PROGRAMMING- - - -COINS- - - - - - - - - - Pressing button 2 the display shows from:
COIN A
0
to:
COIN F
0
Pressing buttons 4 and 5 change the value of the visualised coin.
Press button 1, exit from the programming mode, and switch the machine off and on. The
machine will use the new coin-set.
For further information see the paragraph “ Modifying other operation parameters (Miscellaneous)”
the parameter “single or multi vend”.
12.5.4 Modification of the operating temperature
The machine defines and regulates water temperature in the boilers.
To modify the temperature thresholds, in the programming mode, press button 1 until the submenu
PROGRAMMING
TEMPERATURE
is displayed.
Pressing button 2 the display shows:
TEMPERATURE
Instant Boiler X
Pressing button 4 and 5 set the value.
Pressing button 2 (Version E) the display shows:
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TEMPERATURE
Espresso
XXX
Pressing button 4 and 5 set the value.
Pressing button 2 (Version E) the display shows:
DEF. FIRST COFFEE
N
Use this parameter to obtain drinks made with coffee beans at a right temperature also after long
periods of inactivity of the coffee brewer. When this parameter is set (it is indicated in minutes) if
for N consecutive minutes the machine does not make any selection with coffee beans, before
making the next selection with coffee beans the machine will wait that the temperature inside the
boiler will reach the value set at the parameter “TEMPERATURE first coffee”. Press buttons 4 and
5 to increase and decrease the value.
Pressing button 2 (Version E) the display shows:
TEMP. FIRST COF.
MM
Use this parameter to obtain drinks made with coffee beans at a right temperature also after long
periods of inactivity of the coffee group. This value indicates the temperature that the water inside
the boiler should reach before making a drink made with coffee beans if for a time (in minutes)
equal or superior to the one set at the parameter DEF. FIRST COFFEE the machine has not made
any drinks made with ground coffee. To disable this function, set the parameter DEF. FIRST
COFFEE at a value equal or lower than the one set at the parameter COFFEE T. Press buttons 4
and 5 to increase and decrease the value.
At the end of programming, press button 1 to confirm the set data.
12.5.5 Modifying
other
(miscellaneous)
operation
parameters
To modify parameters, in the programming mode, press button 1 until the sub-menu
PROGRAMMING
MISCELLANEOUS
is visualised.
Pressing button 2, the display shows:
MACHINE CODE A
0
Pressing again button 2, the display shows:
MACHINE CODE B
0
Press buttons 4 and 5 to associate to each vending machine personal codes. These numbers are
useful only when a data audit system is used with the machines.
Pressing again button 2, the display shows:
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MESSAGE NUMBER
0
Press buttons 4 and 5 the number of the stand by message to show on the display during the
working of the machine (from 0 to 7). Set the message number 3 only if a programmable
message is been set with the rheaction programme with the PC.
Pressing again button 2, the display shows one of the following options (scroll the options
pressing buttons 4 and 5):
type coin-mech
PAR. SING. VEND.
type coin-mech
PAR. MULT. VEND.
type coin-mech
EXECUTIVE
type coin-mech
EXEC. PRICE HOLD.
type coin-mech
MDB
Select:
type coin-mech
PAR. SING. VEND.
to programme a parallel payment system in single vend;
type coin-mech
PAR. MULT. VEND.
to programme a parallel payment system in multi vend;
type coin-mech
EXECUTIVE
to programme an Executive serial payment system;
type coin-mech
EXEC. PRICE HOLD.
to programme an Executive serial payment system working in PRICE HOLDING;
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type coin-mech
MDB
to programme an MDB serial payment system.
Pressing again button 2, the display shows:
fan delay
sec.
15
pressing buttons 4 and 5 it is possible to modify the value of the time range between the end of
the cycle of a drink and the switching off of the aspiration fan.
Pressing again button 2, the display shows:
time beep
0.3
Pressing buttons 4 and 5 it is possible to modify the value correspondent to the beep signal that
indicates the end of the distribution of the drink.
Pressing again button 2, the display shows:
decimal numbers:
0
Pressing buttons 4 and 5 it is possible to set the number of the decimal digits after comma
according with the values of the coins, which the machine has to accept (Es: 0=50, 1=5,0
2=0,50…).
Pressing again button 2, the display shows:
language
english
Pressing buttons 4 and 5 it is possible to select one of the 3 available languages.
Pressing again button 2, the display shows (Version E):
type GRINDER
0=after 1=before
X
This parameter fixes if the grinder should be activated at the beginning or at the end of the cycle.
Programme this value at 0 to make the grinding at he end of the cycle and at 1 to make it at the
beginning
Pressing again button 2, the display shows:
STIRRER
SUGAR
Pressing buttons 4 and 5 it is possible to choose among the following possibilities:
•
SUGAR: the stirrer is dispensed only with the drinks where sugar is added
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•
•
NO SUGAR: the stirrer is dispensed with the drinks where sugar is added also when is
pressed the pre-selection NO SUGAR
ALL: the stirrer is dispensed with all the drinks
Programme this value at 1 to enable the connection.
At the end of the programming, press button 1 to confirm the set data.
12.5.6 Diagnostics programmes
In the programming mode, a certain number of diagnostics programmes can be carried out in order
to test the correct operation of some components of the machine.
To modify the parameters, in the programming mode, press button 1 until the sub-menu
DIAGNOSTICS - - - - ----------------is visualised.
Pressing again button 2, the display shows:
ABIL. DISPLAY
TEMP. 1=YES 0
is displayed.
According to the value of the parameter, which can be modified with buttons 4 and 5, the inside
temperature of the machine is displayed in real time. Set the parameter to 1 (it is normally 0) to
have the display of temperature. To read the temperature, press button 1 and exit from the
programming mode.
Pressing again button 2, the display shows:
CUP TEST
SEL. 4
Press button 4 to dispense a cup.
Pressing again button 2, the display shows:
STIRRER TEST
SEL. 4
Press button 4 to dispense a stirrer.
Pressing again button 2, the display shows:
SUGAR TEST
SEL. 4
Press button 4 to verify the correct sugar dispensing.
Pressing again button 2, the display shows:
TENSION
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XX.X
This parameter visualises the value of the supply tension at the 24 V actuators. This value should
be included between 24 V and 28 V.
At the end of programming, press button 1 to confirm the set data.
12.5.7 Reading of the sales data
The last sub-menu which can be selected in the programming mode concerns the reading of the
sales data. The machine keeps various counters stored, which allow a direct reading for
consumption and cashing.
To have an immediate reading of the total number of cycles carried out, simply keep pressed the
key FREE the machine with the machine switched on and with the invitation message visualised.
The following message will be displayed:
T CYCLES
XXXXXX
All counters, except that of total cycles, can be set to zero. To reset a counter, when it is visualised
on the display, press button 4.
Read the parameter, in the programming mode, by pressing button 1 until the sub-menu
SALES DATA - - - - - ----------------is displayed.
Then press button 2 and the following counters are shown in sequence:
T CYCLES
XXXXXX
This value indicates the total sale cycles of the machine. This is the same value, which is shown
when the a.m. key FREE is pressed. This value cannot be set to zero.
P CYCLES
XXXXXX
This value indicates the partial number of sale cycles of the machine starting from the last reset
operation.
P CASHING
XXXXXXXX
This value indicates the amount of money cashed starting from the last reset operation.
TESTS
XXXXXX
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This value indicates the number of beverages in the selection test mode (free-vend: see "Presetting of normal sale prices").
Finally, partial counters are available for each sale price. By pressing button 2 several times, the
values from
TOTAL PRICE 1
XXXXXXX
to
TOTAL PRICE 12
XXXXXX
appear which indicate the total of beverages supplied for each sale price.
12.5.8 Special presettings for MDB/ICP standard
systems
The MDB/ICP standard systems are commonly used in the machine after programming function
"TYPE COIN MECH" to value MDB (see above). Due to the characteristics of this system, the
credit is managed mostly by the machine. The following parameters must be programmed for the
correct operation of the MDB/ICP systems.
To modify the presettings of this function, in the programming mode, press button 1 until the submenu:
PROGRAMMING
MDB
is displayed.
Press buttons 2 and 3 and chooses the functions, which requires to be altered. Press buttons 4
and 5 and modify the values of the function displayed. The first function is:
COINS EJECTIONS
Buttons a- b –c -d
Some coin-mechanisms don’t have internal buttons to empty tubes. In this modality when the
selections buttons 4, 5 and 6 are pressed, a coin will be dispensed from the corresponding tube.
By pressing button 2 the following message
FORCED VEND
X
is displayed.
Press buttons 4 and 5 and modify the values of the function displayed. If this value is programmed
at 0 it is possible to insert money and then press button of the return change without making any
selection; if this value is programmed at 1 a selection must absolutely be pressed after that the
money has been put inside the machine (this to prevent that the Vending Machine could be used
like a change money machine).
By pressing button 2 the following message
CREDIT MAX
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XXXXX
is displayed.
Press buttons 4 and 5 and modify the values of the function displayed. This parameter indicates
the maximum value of credit accepted by the machine. When the maximum credit limit is
overcome, the machine will accept no other payment. Leave this parameter set to 0 if no limitation
is required.
By pressing button 2 the following message
MAX REST
XXXXX
is displayed.
Press buttons 4 and 5 and modify the values of the function displayed. This parameter indicates
the maximum value of change dispensed by the token machine (only with system for change).
Leave this parameter set to 0 if no limitation is required.
By pressing button 2 the following message
VEND. SING-MULT
X
is displayed.
Press buttons 4 and 5 and modify the values of the function displayed. Another characteristic of
the MDB/ICP machine with system for change is the multisale function. This means that, instead
of giving back the correct change and end vend cycle, as usually provided for, the machine keeps
the possible residual credit available for the next selection. In order to have the change back, the
customer must press button for coin ejection. This function is available when this parameter is set
at 1.
ATTENTION: for mixed MDB/ICP systems, with system for change or card reader or credit key, it
is advisable to activate the multisale mode. Transfer of credit to card or key (if present) will be
carried out only when button for the coin ejection is pressed.
By pressing button 2 the following message
TOKEN VALUE
X
is displayed.
Press buttons 4 and 5 and modify the value of the token.
By pressing button 2 the following message from
COIN A 0=ACC
X
to:
COIN P 0=ACC
X
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is displayed.
Press buttons 4 and 5 and modify the values of the function displayed. Set at 0 each coin from A
to P which the coin-mechanism must accept and at 1 all the coins which the machine must not
accept. This set of parameters is working only when the tubes of the coin-mechanism have inside
enough coins to give back change.
Pressing again button 2 the display will show the set of the parameters that will be active when the
tubes of the coin-mechanism don’t have enough coins inside to give back change. From:
COIN A NO-RE
X
until:
COIN P NO-RE
X
Press buttons 4 and 5 and modify the values of the function displayed. Set at 0 each coin from A
to P which the coin-mechanism must accept and at 1 all the coins, which the machine must not
accept.
By pressing button 2 the following messages:
TUBES VALUE
XXXXXXXX
is displayed.
This value means the total of money inside the tubes of the coin-mechanism.
At the end of programming, press button 1.
12.5.9 Pre-setting of functions based on the internal
clock
The machine is equipped with an internal clock able to up-date the time also when the machine is
switched off. Some functions of the machine are based on the internal clock:
to modify the presettings of the clock, in the programming mode, push button 1 until the sub-menu
PROGRAMMING - - CLOCK - - - - - - - - - is displayed.
Press buttons 2 and 3 and choose the function, which requires to be altered. Press buttons 4 and
5 and modify the value of the displayed function. The first two functions are:
SWITCHING ON
XX.XX
SWITCHING OFF
XX.XX
The time when the machine should be switched on and off (hh.mm) can be programmed. When
the machine is off, only the option to accept coins and selections is disabled. Furthermore, as a
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measure to save energy, when the machine is off the water temperature in the boilers is decreased
to 70°. When one of the two values is set to 00.00, the machine is never switched off.
Pressing button 2 the following message
CLEANING
XX.XX
appears.
This function programmes the time for the daily automatic cleaning cycle. It is advisable to
programme an automatic cleaning at the beginning of the day. The automatic cleaning is
completed with the injection a quantity of water equal to about 100 ml in the coffee group (if
present) and in all the mixing bowls. In the versions E the automatic cleaning cycle of the coffee
group can be followed by the vending of 1 or 2 coffees in order to have the correct taste of coffee
immediately with the first sale after the cleaning cycle. For further information on how to
programme this option at the paragraph “Modifying other operation parameters (Miscellaneous)”.
By pressing button 2 the following messages
HOUR:
hh.mm
DAY:
dd
MONTH:
mm
YEAR:
yy
will appear.
These functions are foreseen to adjust the current time (hh.mm), the current month (mm) and day
(dd) and the current year (yy), respectively. At the end of programming, press button 1.
12.6 Storing of OUT OF ORDERS
The machine stores the last 20 OUT OF ORDERS. To read them on the display, press button 1
until the display shows:
STORING
OUT OF ORDERS
Pressing button 2, the display shows hour, day, month and year of the last 20 OUT OF ORDERS.
n. 1 OFF NNN
hh:mm gg - mm - aa
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To delete, visualize each OUT OF ORDER and keep pressed button 4 for some seconds.
12.7 EVA-DTS
The machine with proper hardware may be programmed to collect data following EVA-DTS
protocol. To proceed at the programming of these parameters, press button 1 until the display
shows:
PROGRAMMING
EVA-DTS
Pressing button 2, the display shows:
Code ID 101
00
which identifies the number of the machine.
Pressing button 2, the display shows:
Code ID 102
00
which identifies the model of the machine.
Pressing button 2, the display shows:
Code ID 104
00
which identifies the location of the machine.
Pressing button 2, the display shows:
Address VIDTS
00
which identifies which peripherics should be contacted during data collection.
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Sezione 13
Part 13. Installation of the payment systems
To install the payment systems always follow the instructions supplied by the manufacturer. For
information only, the installation of a token machine is hereunder described.
Remove the CPU and the
coin-mech protections.
Fit the token machine.
Connect the dialogue cable
to the CPU board.
In the case of Executive standard systems, the cable is supplied by the machine; in the case of
other systems, the cable is supplied by the payment system.
Only for Executive standard systems: connect the power supply cord to the 24V connector placed
in the fitting area of the token machine.
Switch the machine on by inserting the key in the safety switch.
Enter the programming mode (see section "Entry and exit from the programming mode).
Pre-set the specific parameters for the token machine which has just been installed (see section
"Pre-setting of payment systems" and following).
Exit from the programming mode.
The machine is now ready to use the coin-mechanism.
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Part 14. Cleaning and loading operations
To guarantee a correct operation of the machine, it is advisable to carry out the periodic cleaning
operations hereunder described. Some of these operations are required to comply with health
legislation in force. The cleaning operations must not be carried out when the machine is not
working (e.g. if it has already been temporarily out of service following instructions given in section
"Out of service - Temporary").
The cleaning operations must be carried out when the machine is open and switched off.
The loading of ingredients, if required, must be carried out after any cleaning operation.
14.1 Daily cleaning
The objective of these operations is to avert any growth of bacteria in areas in contact with
foodstuff. Before any operation, wash your hands thoroughly. To carry out these operations
use two clean cloths as well as a clean brush (only for models E with traditional group); if drinkable
water near the machine is not available, also provide for a container with drinkable water. Proceed
as follows:
Make sure that the machine is off.
1) With a damp cloth,
clean
the
visible
components
in
the
ingredients vend area.
2) Carefully remove and
rinse:
- the aspiration unit of the
mixers;
- the mixing bowls, the
mixer supports
- the area where the cup
the silicone, outlet
rests (cup station).
tubes of the ingredients;
the slides of the
ingredients
and
the
relative caps;
When the mixers are disassembled, clean the basis of the mixer supports with a damp cloth.
and fans;
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Dry the components thoroughly with a dry cloth and mount again all the washed components to the
original position.
For machines equipped with coffee brewer (Versions E), remove the coffee brewer, wash it with
drinkable water (better if with running water) and refit it. This operation is carried out as follows:
- remove the red cover of
the coffee brewer;
- remove the coffee
grounds conveyer;
- take out the coffee
brewer inlet coffee pipe
-unhook
the
coffee
brewer turning the pivot
- take out the coffee outlet
pipe;
- take
brewer.
out
the
coffee
- reassemble the coffee group in the original position.
Empty, clean or replace the containers of liquid waste disposal and coffee grounds (Versions E
and FB).
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14.2 Weekly cleaning
These operations are carried out once a week, after completing the daily cleaning operations.
Make sure that the machine is off.
With a damp cloth clean the surface where the ingredient canisters lay and the bottom of the
machine to remove any powder eventually spilled during loading. Clean the outside of the
machine, taking care to the vend area.
14.3 Refilling of consumption products
When required, proceed to the following loading operations.
ATTENTION: the loading operation of ingredients must be carried out only with machine off.
14.4 Refilling of cups
The cups used for loading must be approved by technical personnel who is in charge of the
maintenance of the machine. Load the cups as follows:
- open the upper cover of
the cup feeder;
- pull the two mobile sides
towards the outside, until
they are blocked;
- slide the stacks of cups towards
the inside of the machine,
keeping them in vertical position.
The edge of the upper cup of
each stack must reach a height
between the limits indicated on
the sticker of instructions placed
inside the cup feeder. This allows
a regular operation of the inside
mechanisms of the cup feeder
itself
- close the cup feeder with the upper cover.
14.5 Refilling of stirrers
The stirrers used for loading must be approved by technical personnel who is in charge of the
maintenance of the machine. Load the stirrers as follows.
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When the machine is open
and off, release
And rotate the cup feeder.
Slide the stirrers still hold together
with the packing band along the
guide track and, once they have
reached the end of the guide, rip
the band off.
Insert the weight again.
Remove the metal weight.
Refit the cup feeder.
14.6 Refilling of ingredients
Read the indication of the ingredient to load on the canister. Fill in the canisters after removing the
cover. Use a quantity of product suitable for a period between two refillings, and in any case do not
exceed the quantities shown in the table here below.
QT.
14.6.1.1 PRODUCT
Cups
Coffee beans (E)
Instant Coffee
Sugar
Chocolate
Milk
Instant Tea
Soup
Stirrers
Powder for cold drinks (FP)
500
3.5 Kg
2 Kg
5 Kg
3.5 Kg
2 Kg
5 Kg
4 Kg
550
3 Kg
This will prevent deterioration of the quantity of product in excess.
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The canisters for instant
ingredients can be removed
from the machine for an
easier loading. Turn the
closure of the slide in order to
prevent spilling of powder.
After loading, refit the canister
and reopen the closure of the
slide.
In the versions E, the canister of coffee in beans can be removed for an easier loading.
After loading, reassemble the
canister and pull the tongue out.
Make sure that the closing
tongue of the exit funnel is
pushed right in.
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Part 15. Ordinary and prevention maintenance
15.1 Monthly maintenance
15.1.1 Disinfecting of components in contact with
ingredients
These operations must be carried out once a month to ensure the hygiene of the machine. These
operations have already been described in the paragraph "Cleaning and Disinfecting of
components in contact with ingredients".
15.1.2 Adjustment of the solenoid valves of instant
ingredients
The presence of lime scale can affect the correct operation of the solenoid valves of the instant
ingredients. During vending, check that the water flow from each solenoid valve is more than
sufficient to completely rinse the corresponding mixing bowl at the end of one selection. If the flow
is limited, turn the adjustment screw of the solenoid valve.
15.1.3 Adjustment of grinding
This section is for Versions E only.
The brewing time for a 50 ml espresso coffee must be around 20
sec. If, due to the wear and tear of the grinder, the brewing time is
shorter, turn the adjustment ring nut of the grinder by 1-3 steps in the
direction indicated by the sticker near the grinder itself. A thinner
grinding and therefore, an adequate brewing time is then obtained.
15.1.4 Maintenance of the espresso brewer
This section applies only to Versions E and FB.
Every month, using a silicone grease compatible for foodstuff, the following components must be
lubricated:
- the supporting rod of the lower filter;
- the guide tracks and guide arms of the upper filter.
If the group has vended at least 15000 coffees from the last check-up, the sealing of the filters
must also be replaced.
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Remove the plates of
the superior filter
Turn upwards the
superior filter,
dismount and clean
it with hot water
removing all coffee
powder.
Turn the group in the
position of ejection waste
grounds and overturn the
slide of coffee
Dismount the inferior
filter and clean it with
hot water removing all
coffee powder.
- after completion of these operations, refit the cover of the lower filter and the cover of the coffee
group.
15.1.5 Regeneration of the water softener filter
This section applies only to machines equipped with water softener filter.
Check that the maximum quantity of softened water between two filter regenerations has not been
reached. The table indicates the quantity of water which can be softened by the model supplied
with the espresso machine, according to the water hardness grade. As a reference for water
hardness grade, keep to the value taken when the machine was installed (section "Connection to
the mains water supply").
°FF
20°
30°
40°
60°
80°
I
1200
1000
900
700
500
The filter can be regenerated without removing it from the machine (keep a container of 30l
capacity near the machine) this operation can be carried out near a 3/8" mains connection and a
drain.
- close the tap of the mains water supply, outside the machine;
- insert the drain pipe of the upper tap in the container;
- turn the levers of the upper and lower tap towards the right hand
side and wait for the water to totally flow out of the filter;
- loosen the upper fixing knob, remove the cover of the water
softener and pour 1 Kg of fine salt into the filter;
- place the cover again and fix it with the knob;
- turn the lever of the upper tap towards the left hand side;
- open the tap of the mains water supply, outside the machine;
- leave the water flow in the container until it is clear and tasteless.
The regeneration takes about 30 min.
- turn the lower tap lever towards the left hand side. The
regeneration is completed.
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Part 16. Machine out of service
16.1 Temporary out of service
Should a long period be foreseen in which the machine will
not operate, the following operations must be carried out:
Extract the service key;
Unplug the machine from the electric mains.
Unload all ingredients from the canisters.
Remove and thoroughly clean in hot water all components
in contact with foodstuff. The components are indicated in
the part "Maintenance".
Close the tap of the external water mains supply and
disconnect the water supply pipe from the machine.
Discharge the whole content of the boiler for instant
ingredients by removing the cap from the end of the drain
pipe. Replace the cap on the pipe end. Use the liquid
waste disposal bucket as container for the drained water.
Only for E and FB Versions, unscrew the cap of the lower
flange of the coffee boiler and wait until it is empty. Use the
liquid waste disposal bowl as container for the drained
water.
Empty and carefully clean the bucket for liquid waste
disposal and the bucket for the tea leaves disposal.
Remove and throw away the bag of coffee grounds.
Clean the inside and the outside with a damp cloth.
Protect the outside of the machine with a piece of cloth or a
plastic film.
The machine must be kept in a sheltered place and at a temperature not lower than 5° C.
16.2 Definitive out of service
Before carrying out the definitive out of service operation, it is necessary to carry out all operations
to empty the machine of ingredients and water according to instructions given in the above section.
The machine is not made of polluting materials. Therefore, for demolition it is advised to
disassemble the machine by dividing the various components according to the type of material
(plastic, metal, paper, etc.).
The various components can be then delivered to authorised companies for waste disposal.
For machines complete with refrigerating group, FP model, the refrigerating group must not be
disassembled. It must be delivered totally mounted to a company specialised in the disposal of
refrigerating installations. The gas used in the group is of the R22 type.
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Part 17. Further advice for the user
The automatic vending machine in your hands is safe for those who follow the loading and ordinary
cleaning instructions indicated in this manual. The user must not gain access to areas in the
machine, which feature a cover requiring a tool to be removed.
Some maintenance operations (to be carried out by authorised personnel only) require an
intentional bypassing of safety protections of the machine. Technical qualification, the compliance
of maintenance procedures indicated in this manual and the due care when having access to areas
indicated as dangerous allow to operate in a safe way.
The stickers indicating danger are applied on fixed covers and show the following symbols:
- possible contact with components under
voltage;
- possible contact with hot surfaces.
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Part 18. Troubleshooting
18.1 Problems visualised by the machine
The problems described in this section are shown by an error message on the display of the
machine.
SYMPTOM
PROBABLE CAUSE
The display shows " OFF 1: the No cups
machine is out of order
The material of the cups is not
suitable
The type of cups is not suitable
The display shows " OFF 2": No serial link between the CPU
board and the serial payment
the machine is out of order
system
The payment system is not
powered or is faulty
The display shows " OFF 3": Liquid waste in the inside
collection bucket has reached
the machine is out of order
the maximum level
REMEDY
Load the cups in the machine
Refer to specifications in the
manual
Refer to specifications in the
manual
Correctly
programme
the
payment system (see section
"Pre-setting
the
payment
systems")
Correctly connect the payment
system to the CPU board
Make sure that the payment
system is working
Empty the bucket
The display shows " OFF 4” the Error pipes movement
machine is out of order
Check the micro-switch of the
pipes movement and verify the
correct power supply at the
pipes movement motor
The display shows " OFF 5A": One or both EAROM memories Replace them
are faulty
the machine is out of order
The display shows " OFF 5B": One or both EAROM memories Replace them
are faulty
the machine is out of order
The display shows " OFF 6": No water
the machine is out of order
Wait until the mains water
pressure is reset
Open the water supply
The safety on the water inlet Reset the safety on the
solenoid valve is activated
solenoid valve
The display shows " OFF 6B": Leaking of water into the water Check if there are some
tank
leakings into the water tank or
the machine is out of order
in its pipes and if the pipes are
correctly connected
Dismount
and
clean
the
The display shows " OFF 7": (Versions E and FB) Check the
volumetric counter
does not vend beverages volumetric counter
through the coffee brewer
The brewing time of coffee is Adjust the grinding by acting on
too long
the special ring nut of the
grinder (Versions E) or suitably
programme the quantity of
ground coffee (Versions FB)
Programme
an
adequate
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quantity of water for filter
coffees
The coffee brewer does not Check the micro-switch of the
return to rest position
position of the coffee brewer
and the correct power supply at
the motor.
The coffee brewer is not Check the micro-switch of the
correctly placed
presence of the coffee brewer
The display shows " OFF 8A":
The machine does not vend
beverages through the coffee
brewer (Versions E)
The display shows " OFF 8B":
the machine does not vend
beverages through the coffee
brewer (Versions E)
The display shows " OFF 9": (Versions E) No cffee beans
the machine does not vend inside the proper canister
beverages through the coffee
group
The mills of the grinder are
worn up
The display shows " OFF 10": Lost of data programming
the machine is out of order
The display shows " OFF 14": Too many beverages have
been supplied without resetting
the machine is out of order
the level of the refilling pump for
the instant ingredient boiler
The display shows " OFF 15": The central stack of the cup
feeder cannot rotate
the machine is out of order
The display shows " OFF 16": The keypad inside the machine
on the CPU protection has at
the machine is out of order
least one button trapped
The display shows " OFF 17": The selection keypad for
buttons 1 to 12 has at least one
the machine is out of order
trapped button
The display shows " OFF 24 A” The power supply of the 24 V
elements is excessive
the machine is out of order
The display shows " OFF 24 B” The power supply of the 24 V
elements is insufficient
the machine is out of order
The display sho" OFF 25” the An error occurred at the cup fall
motor
machine is out of order
The display shows " OFF 26” An error occurred at the cup
station hygienic door
the machine is out of order
The display shows " OFF 31A": An error occurred in the
temperature control of the
the machine is out of order
coffee boiler (high temperature)
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Fill the coffee beans canister.
Replace them
Enter into the programming
mode, reset the presettings of
all functions until they show
plausible values (the standard
data can be typed in) and then
exit from the programming
mode
Check
and
replace,
if
necessary,
the
upper
microswitch of the pump or the
relative cable
Remove the trapped cups
between the stack and the cup
feeder; check the cup-column
sensor
Check and replace button or
the relative board, if necessary
Check and replace the keypad
or the relative cable, if
necessary
Check the BDW93C circuit and
eventually replace it.
Check if there are problems at
the 24 V circuit
Check the micro-switch which
controls the end of the cycle of
the cup fall and the power
supply of the cup fall motor
Check the cam system which
controls the cup station door
position and the its power
supply
Check
and
replace,
if
necessary, the temperature
probe in the coffee boiler, the
resistance
and
the
correspondent triac on the
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and
replace,
if
The display shows " OFF 31B": An error occurred in the Check
temperature control of the necessary, the temperature
the machine is out of order
coffee boiler (low temperature) probe in the coffee boiler, the
resistance
and
replace
the
The display shows " OFF 31C": An error occurred in the Check
temperature probe of the coffee temperature probe in the coffee
the machine is out of order
boiler
boiler
and
replace,
if
The display shows " OFF 33A": An error occurred in the Check
temperature control of the necessary, the temperature
the machine is out of order
instant boiler (high temperature) probe in the instant boiler, the
resistance
and
the
correspondent triac on the
power board
and
replace,
if
The display shows " OFF 33B": An error occurred in the Check
temperature control of the necessary, the temperature
the machine is out of order
instant boiler (low temperature) probe in the instant boiler, the
resistance
and
replace
the
The display shows " OFF 33C": An error occurred in the Check
temperature probe of the temperature probe in the instant
the machine is out of order
boiler
instant boiler
problems Check the connecting cable
The display shows " OFF 50A": Communication
between CPU board and Power and the boards.
the machine is out of order
board
Try to load the slave file with
the flash card
Il display mostra "PLEASE It has not been loaded any Ask to Rhea technical service
LOAD
THE
MASTER master program in the CPU the correct master file and los
board
the file master with flash card
PROGRAM"
into the machine
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18.2 Miscellaneous shortcomings
The shortcomings described in this section are not indicated by any message displayed on the
machine.
SYMPTOM
PROBABLE CAUSE
The machine does not switch No mains voltage
on (no component is powered)
The boiler is overheated
SOLUTION
Wait for the resetting of mains
voltage
Reset the safety thermal switch
boiler. Check the correct
operation and cable of the
thermal probe or the resistance
in the boiler and replace them if
necessary
One general fuse (230V) is Replace it
burnt out
The safety switch of the door is Replace it
faulty
The machine does not switch The fuse on the CPU board (8.5 Replace it
on (some components are V) is burnt out
powered but the display is off)
The display is badly connected Check the correct connection
to the CPU board
The machine is on, the One of the power fuses (24 V) Replace it
selection starts regularly but on the transformer support is
neither water nor ingredients burnt out
are dispensed
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