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GIGA X8 Professional Instructions for Use
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Original instructions for use
Before using the machine read the instructions for use.
Instructions for use has been awarded the seal of approval by the independent German Technical Inspection Agency, TÜV SÜD, due to its easyto-understand style, its thoroughness and coverage of safety aspects.
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Table of contents
Your GIGA X8 Professional
Control elements
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Important information
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Proper use ...................................................................................................................................................... 6
For your safety ............................................................................................................................................... 6
1 Preparing and using for the first time
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JURA on the Internet ....................................................................................................................................10
Settings by the JURA service technician...................................................................................................10
Setting up the machine ..............................................................................................................................10
Filling the water tank ...................................................................................................................................10
Filling the bean container ............................................................................................................................11
First-time use .................................................................................................................................................11
Determining the water hardness ..............................................................................................................15
Connecting milk ...........................................................................................................................................15
2 Preparation
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Coffee, latte macchiato etc. – options for preparation .........................................................................16
Preparation at the touch of a button........................................................................................................17
Preparation using the product selector ...................................................................................................18
Speed speciality coffees ..............................................................................................................................18
Ground coffee ...............................................................................................................................................19
Permanently setting amounts for the cup size .....................................................................................20
Activating the grinder selection ................................................................................................................21
Hot water ...................................................................................................................................................... 22
3 Daily operation
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Switching on ................................................................................................................................................ 23
Daily maintenance ...................................................................................................................................... 23
Switching off ................................................................................................................................................24
4 Permanent settings in programming mode
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Possible settings in programming mode ...............................................................................................25
Product settings ..........................................................................................................................................26
Adjusting the product settings .................................................................................................................26
Renaming a product ...................................................................................................................................29
Adding products to the start screen........................................................................................................30
Setting the consistency of grind ..............................................................................................................30
Maintenance settings ..................................................................................................................................31
Setting the water hardness ....................................................................................................................... 32
Energy-saving mode .................................................................................................................................. 33
Time and date..............................................................................................................................................34
Timer ............................................................................................................................................................. 35
Automatic switch-off ..................................................................................................................................36
Units ..............................................................................................................................................................36
Restore factory settings ............................................................................................................................. 37
Language ......................................................................................................................................................38
Display settings ...........................................................................................................................................38
Background ..................................................................................................................................................39
Querying information ................................................................................................................................39
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Maintenance
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Rinsing the coffee system ..........................................................................................................................41
Rinsing the milk system.............................................................................................................................42
Cleaning the milk system ..........................................................................................................................42
Dismantling and rinsing the dual spout .................................................................................................43
Inserting and activating the filter.............................................................................................................46
Changing the filter ...................................................................................................................................... 47
Cleaning the machine ................................................................................................................................48
Descaling the machine ..............................................................................................................................49
Cleaning the bean container ......................................................................................................................51
Descaling the water tank ...........................................................................................................................52
Display messages
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Troubleshooting
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Transport and environmentally friendly disposal
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Transport / Emptying the system............................................................................................................. 57
Disposal......................................................................................................................................................... 57
Technical data
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Index
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JURA contact details / Legal information
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Symbol description
Warnings
J WARNING Always take note of any information marked with the words CAUTION or
J CAUTION WARNING and a warning sign. The signal word WARNING draws your
attention to potential serious injury, and the signal word CAUTION to potential
minor injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION draws your attention to potential damage to the machine.
Symbols used
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‘Espresso’
Prompt to take action. This symbol means that you are being prompted to
perform some action.
Information and tips to make it even easier to use your GIGA.
Display
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Control elements
Control elements
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Bean container with aroma preservation
cover
Bean container status indicator
Water tank cover
Water tank
Power switch and plug-in mains cable (back of the machine)
Coffee grounds container
Drip tray
Cup grille
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Filler funnel for ground coffee
Ventilation slats (Venti Ports)
Storage compartment cover
Measuring spoon for ground coffee
Height- and width-adjustable dual spout
Splash guard
Height-adjustable hot-water spout
Control elements
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Top of the machine
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Q On/Off button
2 g Rotary Switch
3 O P button (programming)
Front
4 Display
5 Multi-function buttons (button function
depends on what is shown in the display)
Back of the machine
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Service cover (open by pressing with your
finger)
2 Locking device
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Sliding catch
Service socket (underneath cover)
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Important information
Important information
Proper use
This machine is intended for use by specialist or
trained staff in businesses, light industry and agricultural facilities or for commercial use by non-professionals. It should only be used for coffee preparation and to heat milk and water. Use for any other
purpose will be deemed improper. JURA Elektroapparate AG cannot accept any responsibility for the
consequences of improper use.
Before using the machine read these instructions
for use thoroughly and completely and comply
with the instructions they contain. A warranty service is not applicable for damage or defects caused
by non-compliance with the instructions for use.
Keep these instructions for use close to the machine
and pass them on to the next user.
The GIGA may only be operated by instructed persons. Non-professionals must be supervised during use.
For your safety
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Please carefully read and observe the important
safety information set out below.
To avoid danger of potentially fatal electric shock:
U Never use a machine which is damaged or has
a defective mains cable.
U In the event of signs of damage, for example if
there is a smell of burning, unplug the machine
immediately from the mains supply and contact JURA service.
U If the mains cable of this machine is damaged,
it must be repaired either directly by JURA or
by an authorised JURA service centre.
Important information
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Make sure that the GIGA and the mains cable
are not located close to hot surfaces.
Be careful to ensure that the mains cable is not
trapped and does not rub against sharp edges.
Never open and repair the machine yourself.
Do not modify the machine in any way that is
not described in these instructions for use. The
machine contains live parts. If opened, there is
a danger of potentially fatal injury. Repairs
may only be carried out by authorised JURA
service centres, using original spare parts and
accessories.
To completely and safely disconnect the
machine from the power supply, first switch
off the GIGA using the On/Off button and then
at the power switch. Only then should you
remove the mains plug from the power socket.
There is a risk of scalds or burns on the spouts.
U Place the machine out of the reach of children.
U Do not touch any hot parts. Use the handles
provided.
A defective machine is not safe and could cause
injury or fire. To avoid damage and any associated
risk of injury or fire:
U Only connect the machine to the mains voltage in accordance with the information on the
rating plate. The rating plate is located on the
underside of your GIGA. Further technical data
is provided in these instructions for use (see
Chapter 9 ‘Technical data’).
U Connect the GIGA directly to a domestic power
socket. Using multi-socket adapters or extension cords may cause overheating.
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Important information
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Never allow the mains cable to loosely hang
down. The mains cable could pose a tripping
hazard or become damaged.
Protect the GIGA from environmental influences such as rain, frost and direct sunlight.
Do not immerse the GIGA, mains cable or connections in water.
Do not put the GIGA or any individual parts in
the dishwasher.
Switch your GIGA off at the power switch
before any cleaning operation. Always wipe
the GIGA with a damp cloth rather than a wet
one, and protect it from prolonged exposure
to water splash.
The GIGA is not suitable for installation on a
surface where a jet of water can be used.
The machine must not be cleaned with a jet of
water.
Please only use original JURA maintenance
products. Use of products that are not explicitly recommended by JURA could damage the
GIGA.
Do not use any coffee beans treated with additives or caramelised coffee beans.
Only fill the water tank with fresh, cold water.
Switch the machine off at the power switch if
you are going to be absent for a longer period
of time.
Children may not clean or service the machine
unless supervised by a responsible person.
Do not allow children to play with the machine.
Keep children under the age of 8 away from
the machine, or supervise them constantly.
Important information
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Children aged 8 and over may only operate
the machine without supervision if they have
been instructed in how to use it safely. Children must be able to recognise and understand the potential dangers arising from incorrect use.
People, including children, who
U do not have the physical, sensory or mental
capabilities to use the machine safely or
U are inexperienced or lack knowledge in how to
use the machine safely
must be supervised by a responsible person when
using it, or must be instructed in how to use it correctly.
Safety when handling the CLARIS Pro filter cartridge:
U Filter cartridges should be kept out of the
reach of children.
U Store filter cartridges in a dry place in the
sealed packaging.
U Protect cartridges from heat and direct sunlight.
U Do not use damaged filter cartridges.
U Do not open filter cartridges.
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1 Preparing and using for the first time
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JURA on the Internet
Visit us on the Internet.
On the JURA website (www.jura.com) you will find interesting and
up-to-date information on your GIGA and on every aspect of coffee.
Settings by the JURA
service technician
The following settings can only be made by the JURA service technician:
Disabling the product selector view (see Chapter 2 ‘Preparation – Preparation using the product selector’)
Codes: Four codes can be assigned. For each code, you can
define which programme items are available or disabled. Each
code corresponds to different authorisations. For instance,
you can define that initiation of the maintenance programmes
is disabled using a code.
Choose not to display the red speedometer symbol for speed
products on the start screen.
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You can also obtain the following optional accessories for your GIGA
from your JURA service partner:
Set for direct draining of the residual water
Set for automatic discharging of coffee grounds
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Setting up the machine
When setting up your GIGA, please note the following:
Place the GIGA on a horizontal surface that is not sensitive to
water.
Choose a spot for your GIGA which protects the machine
against overheating. Ensure that the ventilation slats are not
covered.
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Filling the water tank
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Daily maintenance of the machine and hygiene when handling milk,
coffee and water are key to a perfect coffee result in the cup every
time. You should therefore change the water daily.
Milk, sparkling mineral water or other liquids can damage the water
tank or the machine.
T Only fill the water tank with fresh, cold water.
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T Open the water tank cover.
T Remove the water tank and rinse it with cold water.
T Fill the water tank with fresh, cold water and reinsert the
tank.
T Close the water tank cover.
Filling the bean container
The bean containers have an aroma preservation cover. This will
ensure that your coffee beans retain their aroma for longer.
CAUTION
Coffee beans which have been treated with additives (e.g. sugar),
ground coffee or freeze-dried coffee will damage the grinders.
T Only use roasted, untreated coffee beans to fill the bean container.
T Remove the aroma preservation cover.
T Remove any dirt or foreign objects from inside the bean
container.
T Fill the bean container with coffee beans and close the
aroma preservation cover.
First-time use
During first-time use, you can choose between the ‘Quick installation’ and the ‘Standard installation’.
‘Quick installation’: After setting the time and date, your GIGA
is ready for use.
‘Standard installation’: Here, you can also decide whether you
want to operate your GIGA with or without a CLARIS Pro filter
cartridge. If the water hardness is 10 °dH or more, we recommend using the filter cartridge. If you do not know the hardness of your water, you can find this out first (see Chapter 1
‘Preparing and using for the first time – Determining the
water hardness’).
U ‘Use filter’ / ‘Active’: Here, you can fit the CLARIS Pro filter
cartridge. Descaling will no longer be necessary.
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U ‘Use filter’ / ‘Inactive’: Here, you can set the water hardness
of the water used. This setting influences when your GIGA
prompts you to perform descaling.
J WARNING
If the machine is operated with a defective mains cable, there is a
danger of potentially fatal electric shock.
T Never use a machine which is damaged or has a defective
mains cable.
Precondition: The water tank and bean containers have been filled.
T Connect the mains cable to the machine.
T Insert the mains plug into a power socket.
3 T Switch on the GIGA using the power switch on the back of
the machine.
Q T Press the On/Off button to switch the GIGA on.
‘Welcome to JURA’ appears on the display. The display then
shows the languages you can choose from.
E To display more languages, press the ‘Next’ button (bottom
right).
T Press the button that corresponds to the language you want,
e.g. ‘English’.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display to confirm the setting.
‘First-time use’
E Now choose between ‘Quick installation’ and ‘Standard installation’.
Quick installation
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T Press the ‘Quick installation’ button.
‘Time’
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to set the hours.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to set the minutes.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Date’
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to set the year.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
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T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to set the month.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to set the day.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Press the Rotary Switch.’, the Rotary Switch lights up.
k T Press the Rotary Switch.
‘System is filling.’, the system fills up with water. The operation stops automatically. ‘Welcome to JURA’ appears on the
display.
‘Machine is rinsing.’, the machine rinses. Water flows out of
the dual spout.The operation stops automatically. ‘Please
select product:’ appears on the display. Your GIGA is ready
for use.
Standard installation
T Press the ‘Standard installation’ button.
‘Time’
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to set the hours.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to set the minutes.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Date’
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to set the year.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to set the month.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to set the day.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Use filter’
E Now decide whether you want to operate your GIGA with or
without a CLARIS filter cartridge.
Activating the filter
T Press the ‘Active’ button.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Press the Rotary Switch.’, the Rotary Switch lights up.
k T Press the Rotary Switch.
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‘System is filling.’, the system fills up with water. The operation stops automatically.
‘Insert filter.’ / ‘Press the Rotary Switch.’
T Remove and empty the water tank.
T Open the filter holder and insert the filter cartridge into the
water tank, exerting slight pressure.
T Close the filter holder. It will click into place audibly.
T Fill the water tank with fresh, cold water and reinsert the
tank.
k T Press the Rotary Switch.
‘Filter is being rinsed.’, the filter is rinsed. Rinsing of the filter
stops automatically. ‘Empty drip tray.’ appears on the display.
T Empty the drip tray and coffee grounds container and put
them back into the machine.
‘Filter’ / ‘Filter rinsing complete.’
‘Welcome to JURA’.
‘Machine is rinsing.’, the machine rinses. Water flows out of
the dual spout. The operation stops automatically. ‘Please
select product:’ appears on the display. Your GIGA is ready
for use.
Deactivating the filter
T Press the ‘Inactive’ button.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Press the Rotary Switch.’, the Rotary Switch lights up.
k T Press the Rotary Switch.
‘System is filling.’, the system fills up with water. The operation stops automatically.
‘Water hardness’
E If you do not know the hardness of your water, you must find
this out first (see Chapter 1 ‘Preparing and using for the first
time – Determining the water hardness’).
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to adjust the water hardness.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Welcome to JURA’.
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‘Machine is rinsing.’, the machine rinses. Water flows out of
the dual spout. The operation stops automatically. ‘Please
select product:’ appears on the display. Your GIGA is ready
for use.
Determining the water
hardness
You can find out what the water hardness is by using the Aquadur®
test strip supplied as standard.
T Hold the test strip briefly (for 1 second) under flowing water.
Shake off the water.
T Wait for about 1 minute.
T You will then be able to read the degree of water hardness
from the discolouration of the Aquadur® test strip and the
description on the packaging.
Connecting milk
Your GIGA creates fine, creamy, feather-light milk foam with a perfect consistency. The most important requirement for frothing milk
is a milk temperature of 4–8 °C. We would therefore recommend
using a milk cooler (e.g. the JURA Compressor Cooler Pro, which is
available as an option).
T Connect the milk pipe to the dual spout. To do this, attach
the end of the milk pipe to the connector on the right-hand
side of the dual spout.
T Connect the other end of the milk pipe to a milk cooler.
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E While a product is being prepared, you can stop preparation
at any time. To do this, press the Rotary Switch k or the
‘’ button.
E During preparation, you can change the preset amounts
(e.g. amount of milk foam or water) by turning the Rotary
Switch g. For products with a set bypass amount of water, it
is not possible to change the fill volume during the preparation process.
E You can follow the current status of preparation on the display.
Coffee tastes best served hot. A cold porcelain cup cools the beverage – and impairs the taste. We therefore recommend prewarming
the cups. The full coffee aroma can develop only in prewarmed cups.
You can purchase a JURA cup warmer from your specialised dealer.
You can make permanent settings for all products in programming
mode (see Chapter 4 ‘Permanent settings in programming mode –
Product settings’).
Coffee, latte macchiato
etc. – options for
preparation
The GIGA provides you with two options for preparing a speciality
coffee, milk or hot water.
Preparation at the touch of a button: Simply press the corresponding preparation button for the product shown on the
display (start screen) that you want.
Preparation using the product selector (Rotary Selection):
Only some of the products you can prepare are shown on the
start screen. As soon as you turn the Rotary Switch, more
products are displayed in a product selector.
U Turn the Rotary Switch to bring the product you want into
focus. Start preparation by pressing the Rotary Switch or the
‘Prepare’ button.
U The product selector view disappears automatically after
5 seconds if no preparation is started.
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The two preparation options will now be described in more detail in
the following sections.
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2 Preparation
Preparation at the touch
of a button
Speciality coffees at the
touch of a button
On the display (start screen), you will see various products, which
you can prepare by simply pressing the corresponding button.
A speciality coffee displayed on the start screen is always prepared
following the same model.
Example: Proceed as follows to prepare one coffee.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
T Place a cup under the dual spout.
T Press the ‘Coffee’ button.
Preparation starts. ‘Coffee’ and the fill volume are displayed.
The preset amount of water for coffee flows into the cup.
Preparation stops automatically. ‘Please select product:’
appears on the display.
Two speciality coffees at the
touch of a button
Two speciality coffees can always be prepared in the same way: Press
the preparation button you want twice within two seconds.
Speciality coffees with milk
at the touch of a button
Your GIGA prepares latte macchiato, cappuccino and other speciality
coffees with milk at the touch of a button. There is no need to move
the glass or cup.
Example: Proceed as follows to prepare one latte macchiato.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed, milk is connected
to the dual spout.
T Place a glass under the dual spout.
T Press the ‘Latte macchiato’ button.
‘Latte macchiato’ and the various amounts are displayed.
‘Latte macchiato’, the preset amounts of milk and milk foam
flow into the glass.
Coffee preparation starts. The preset amount of water for
espresso flows into the glass. Preparation stops automatically. ‘Please select product:’ appears on the display.
To ensure that the milk system in the dual spout always works properly, you must clean it daily (see Chapter 5 ‘Maintenance – Cleaning
the milk system’).
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Preparation using the
product selector
As soon as you turn the Rotary Switch, more products are displayed
in a product selector.
E The product selector view disappears automatically after
5 seconds if no preparation is started.
Preparation of a speciality
coffee using the product
selector
Speed speciality coffees
Example: Proceed as follows to prepare a caffè latte using the product selector.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed, milk is connected
to the dual spout.
T Place a cup under the dual spout.
g T Turn the Rotary Switch to view the product selector.
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the ‘Caffè latte’ product is in
focus.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to start preparation.
The caffè latte is prepared.
Preparation stops automatically. ‘Please select product:’
appears on the display.
You have the option of setting what is known as a bypass amount
of water for all speciality coffees (except for ristretto and caffè latte)
(see Chapter 4 ‘Permanent settings in programming mode – Adjusting the product settings’). While the speciality coffee is being prepared, water is added at the same time. This allows the product to
be prepared more quickly.
Products with a bypass amount of water setting are marked with a
red speedometer symbol in the start screen and in the product
selector.
E Your JURA service technician can set the device so that the red
speedometer symbol is not displayed next to the speed speciality coffees.
E For products with a set bypass amount of water, it is not possible to change the fill volume during the preparation process.
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Ground coffee
You can choose to use a second coffee variety, for example decaffeinated coffee, with the filter funnel for ground coffee.
E Never add more than two level measuring spoons of ground
coffee.
E Use ground coffee which is not ground too finely. Very fine
coffee can block up the system so that the coffee only comes
out in drips.
E If you did not fill the machine with a sufficient amount of
ground coffee, ‘Not enough ground coffee.’ is displayed and
the GIGA stops the operation.
E The desired speciality coffee must be prepared within approximately one minute after filling with the ground coffee. Otherwise the GIGA stops the operation and is once more ready
for use.
All speciality coffees with ground coffee are prepared following this
model.
Example: Proceed as follows to prepare one coffee using ground
coffee.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
T Place a cup under the dual spout.
T Open the cover of the filler funnel for ground coffee.
‘Please add ground coffee.’
T Place one level measuring spoon of ground coffee into the
filler funnel.
T Close the cover of the filler funnel.
‘Please select product:’, the speciality coffees you can prepare with ground coffee are displayed.
T Press the ‘Coffee’ button.
Preparation starts. ‘Coffee’ and the fill volume are displayed.
The preset amount of water for coffee flows into the cup.
Preparation stops automatically. ‘Please select product:’
appears on the display.
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Permanently setting
amounts for the cup size
It is easy to make permanent settings for the amounts (amount of
water, amount of milk etc.) according to the cup size for all products
except caffè latte. Adjust the amount once as shown in the following
example. Every time you prepare a drink in the future, this amount
will be dispensed.
The permanent settings for adapting the amounts to the cup size
only work for products which have no bypass amount of water set.
Example: Proceed as follows to permanently set the amount of
water for one coffee.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
T Place a cup under the dual spout.
T Press and hold the ‘Coffee’ button.
‘Coffee’ and the fill volume are displayed.
T Hold the ‘Coffee’ button down until ‘Enough coffee? Press
button.’ appears.
T Release the ‘Coffee’ button.
Preparation starts and the coffee flows into the cup.
T Press any button as soon as there is sufficient coffee in the
cup.
Preparation stops. ‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display. The
set amount of water for one coffee is permanently stored.
‘Please select product:’ appears on the display.
E You can alter this setting at any time by repeating the above
procedure.
E The amount can be permanently adjusted to the cup size for
the products shown in the product selector too. To do this,
press and hold the Rotary Switch k until ‘Enough coffee?
Press button.’ appears.
E You can also permanently set the amount for all speciality
coffees, milk and hot water in programming mode (see Chapter 4 ‘Permanent settings in programming mode – Adjusting
the product settings’).
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2 Preparation
Activating the grinder
selection
You have the option of configuring the start screen such that the
grinder selection (‘beans à la carte’) is always displayed. Before each
preparation, you can select which grinder is to be used and therefore
which coffee beans are to be used.
E If the grinder selection is activated, you can no longer set the
grinder for the individual products in programming mode (in
the ‘Product settings (2/5)’ programme item).
Example: Proceed as follows to activate ‘beans à la carte’ mode.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Machine
settings (4/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Café à la carte’ button.
T Press the ‘Active’ button.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Machine settings (4/5)’
O T Press the P button to exit programming mode.
‘Please select product:’
Preparation of a speciality
coffee with grinder
selection
Example: Proceed as follows to prepare a coffee with coffee beans
from the grinder on the left.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed. ‘Beans à la carte’
mode is activated.
T Place a cup under the dual spout.
T Press the ‘+’ button on the left-hand side several times until
the value is set to ‘100%’.
E Press the ‘+’ button for approx. 1 second; the value is directly
set to ‘100%’.
E The grinder selection remains active until the setting is
changed by you, even if the GIGA is switched off in the meantime.
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T Press the ‘Coffee’ button.
Preparation starts. ‘Coffee’ and the fill volume are displayed.
The preset amount of water for coffee flows into the cup.
Preparation stops automatically. ‘Please select product:’
appears on the display.
Hot water
The following temperatures can be selected for preparing hot water:
‘Low’, ‘Normal’, ‘High’.
J CAUTION
There is a danger of scalding from hot water splashes.
T Avoid direct contact with the skin.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
T Place a cup under the hot-water spout.
T Press the ‘Hot water’ button.
‘Hot water’ and the temperature are displayed.
E By pressing the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button (within approximately
2 seconds) you can set the temperature to your individual
preference. This setting is not saved.
‘Hot water’, hot water flows into the cup. Preparation stops
automatically when the preset amount of water is reached.
‘Please select product:’ appears on the display.
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Daily operation
Daily operation
Switching on
When the GIGA is switched on, a rinse operation is automatically initiated. In programming mode you can change this setting so that
the machine prompts you to perform the switch-on rinse by pressing the Rotary Switch k (see Chapter 4 ‘Permanent settings in programming mode – Maintenance settings’).
Precondition: Your GIGA is switched on at the power switch.
T Place a receptacle under the dual spout.
Q T Press the On/Off button to switch the GIGA on.
‘Welcome to JURA’ appears on the display. The machine
heats up.
‘Machine is rinsing.’, the machine rinses. Water flows out of
the dual spout. The operation stops automatically. ‘Please
select product:’ appears on the display.
Daily maintenance
To ensure that you get many years of reliable service out of your
GIGA and to guarantee the optimum coffee quality, the machine
requires daily maintenance.
T Pull out the drip tray.
T Empty the coffee grounds container and the drip tray. Rinse
them both with warm water.
T Dry the metal contacts on the back of the drip tray.
T Refit the coffee grounds container and the drip tray.
T Rinse the water tank with clean water.
T Dismantle and rinse the dual spout (see Chapter 5 ‘Maintenance – Dismantling and rinsing the dual spout’).
T Wipe the surface of the machine with a clean, soft, damp
cloth (e.g. microfibre cloth).
E In the interests of hygiene, we recommend changing the milk
pipe on a regular basis (approx. every 3 months). Replacement
pipes are available from specialised dealers.
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Switching off
When you switch off your GIGA, the dual spout is rinsed automatically.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
T Place a receptacle under the dual spout.
Q T Press the On/Off button.
‘Machine is rinsing.’, ‘Milk system is being rinsed.’ (if you
have prepared a speciality coffee with milk). The system
rinses itself. The operation stops automatically. Your GIGA is
switched off.
E When the GIGA is switched off with the On/Off button, the
machine consumes less than 0.1 W of standby energy. The
machine can be completely disconnected from the power
supply using the power switch.
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Permanent settings in programming mode
4 Permanent settings in programming mode
Possible settings in
programming mode
Programme item
‘Maintenance
status (1/5)’
‘Product settings
(2/5)’
Press the P button to enter programming mode. You can navigate
through the programme items and permanently save the required
settings simply by turning the Rotary Switch and using the multifunction buttons. The following settings can be made:
Sub-item
‘Clean’,
‘Change the filter’,
‘Descale’ (only if filter is
not activated),
‘Rinse the milk system’,
‘Rinse the coffee system’,
‘Clean the milk system’
‘Programming’,
‘Classic-library’,
‘Set consistency of grind’
Explanation
T Start the required maintenance programme
here.
T Select your settings for speciality coffees,
milk and hot water.
T Replace the products on the start screen and
in the product selector with your favourites, or
prepare your chosen product directly.
T Adjust the consistency of grind for both
grinders to the coffee beans used.
‘Machine settings
(3/5)’
‘Maintenance settings’
(filter, water hardness,
switch-on rinse, milk
system rinsing),
‘Time / date’,
‘Timer’,
‘Save energy’,
‘Units’,
‘Factory setting’
T Set the water hardness or activate the filter.
T Change the settings for the switch-on rinse
and milk system rinse.
T Set the time after which the GIGA should
switch off automatically.
T Select an energy-saving mode.
T Select the unit for the amount of water.
T Reset the machine or the permanently set
values of all products to the factory settings.
‘Machine settings
(4/5)’
‘Choose language’,
‘Display’,
‘Colour scheme’,
‘Café à la carte’
T Select your language.
T Change the display settings.
T Activate the grinder selection.
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Programme item
‘Information (5/5)’
Sub-item
‘Product counter’,
‘Day counter’,
‘Maintenance counter’,
‘Version’
Product settings
Explanation
T Keep track of all products prepared and view
the number of maintenance programmes
performed.
In the programme item ‘Product settings (2/5)’ you can make the
following settings:
‘Programming’
U Set individual settings for all speciality coffees, milk and hot
water (see Chapter 4 ‘Permanent settings in programming
mode – Adjusting the product settings’).
U Change the names of individual products (see Chapter 4
‘Permanent settings in programming mode – Renaming a
product’).
‘Classic-library’
U Find all products stored as standard in your GIGA and prepare these directly.
U Replace the products on the start screen and in the product
selector with your favourites (see Chapter 4 ‘Permanent settings in programming mode – Adding products to the start
screen’).
U
U
Adjusting the product
settings
Product
Ristretto,
Espresso,
Coffee*,
Americano
Two ristretti,
two espressi,
two coffees
The following settings can be made in ‘Product settings (2/5)’ / ‘Programming’:
Coffee strength
; (extra-mild),
;; (mild),
;;; (normal),
;;;; (strong),
;;;;; (extra-strong)
–
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Amount
Amount of coffee:
25 ml – 290 ml
Bypass amount of water
(except ‘ristretto’):
0 ml – 580 ml
More settings
Temperature (low, normal,
high),
grinder on the left and/or
right (as %),
product name
Amount of coffee:
25 ml – 290 ml
Bypass amount of water
(except ‘two Ristretti’):
0 ml – 580 ml
(per cup)
Temperature (low, normal,
high),
grinder on the left and/or
right (as %),
product name
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Product
Cappuccino*,
espresso
macchiato*,
latte macchiato
Coffee strength
; (extra-mild),
;; (mild),
;;; (normal),
;;;; (strong),
;;;;; (extra-strong)
–
Two cappuccini,
two caffè latte,
two espressi
macchiati,
two latte
macchiati
Caffè latte*
Portion of milk
foam,
portion of
milk*
Two portions of
milk foam,
two portions of
milk
; (extra-mild),
;; (mild),
;;; (normal),
;;;; (strong),
;;;;; (extra-strong)
–
–
Permanent settings in programming mode
Amount
Amount of coffee:
25 ml – 290 ml
Bypass amount of water:
0 ml – 580 ml
Milk: 0 sec. – 120 sec.
Milk foam:
0 sec. – 120 sec.
Interval: 0 sec. – 120 sec.
Amount of coffee:
25 ml – 290 ml
Bypass amount of water:
0 ml – 580 ml
Milk: 0 sec. – 120 sec.
Milk foam:
0 sec. – 120 sec.
(per cup)
Interval: 0 sec. – 120 sec.
Water: 25 ml – 290 ml
Milk: 0 sec. – 120 sec.
Milk foam:
0 sec. – 120 sec.
More settings
Temperature (low, normal,
high),
grinder on the left and/or
right (as %),
product name
Milk: 0 sec. – 120 sec.
Milk foam:
0 sec. – 120 sec.
Product name
Milk: 0 sec. – 120 sec.
Milk foam:
0 sec. – 120 sec.
(per cup)
Product name
Temperature (low, normal,
high),
grinder on the left and/or
right (as %),
product name
Temperature (low, normal,
high),
grinder on the left and/or
right (as %),
product name
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Product
Pot,
pot 2
Coffee strength
; (extra-mild),
;; (mild),
;;; (normal),
;;;; (strong),
;;;;; (extra-strong)
Hot water*
–
Amount
Amount of coffee:
25 ml – 290 ml
Bypass amount of water:
0 ml – 580 ml
(per stroke)
Water: 25 ml – 450 ml
More settings
Temperature (low, normal,
high),
grinder on the left and/or
right (as %),
Number of strokes (1–5; set
number is displayed during
preparation),
product name
Temperature (low, normal,
high),
product name
(Products marked * are also available in ‘large’ size.)
E In addition to the settings listed, you can reset the values for
all products to the factory settings.
Example: Proceed as follows to choose a bypass amount of water
for coffee in the programme item ‘Product settings (2/5)’ / ‘Programming’.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Product
settings (2/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Programming’ button.
‘Programming’
E Next select the button of the product for which you would like
to make settings. No product is prepared at this point.
E You can also select the products in the product selector. To do
this, turn the Rotary Switch to view the product selector.
T Press the ‘Coffee’ button.
T Press the ‘Amount of added water’ button.
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to change the setting for the
bypass amount of water; for example, to ‘40 ml’.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
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O T Press the P button to exit programming mode.
‘Please select product:’
For the product ‘Coffee’, you will also see a red speedometer
symbol.
Renaming a product
In the programme item ‘Product settings (2/5)’ / ‘Programming’ you
can rename all of the products.
Example: Proceed as follows to change the product name from
‘Espresso’ to ‘My espresso’.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Product
settings (2/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Programming’ button.
‘Programming’
T Press the ‘Espresso’ button.
T Press the ‘Product name’ button.
The available letters, numbers and special characters appear
on the display.
T Keep pressing the ‘ < ’ button until all letters have been
deleted.
E By pressing the ‘ ^ ’ button, you can switch between lower and
upper case letters.
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the letter ‘M’ is highlighted.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to confirm the letter ‘M’.
T Press the ‘ ^ ’ button to change to lower case.
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the letter ‘y’ is highlighted.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to confirm the letter .
T Continue until ‘My espresso’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘My espresso’
O T Press the P button to exit programming mode.
‘Please select product:’
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Adding products to the
start screen
In the programme item ‘Product settings (2/5)’ / ‘Classic-library’ you
will find all the products stored as standard in your GIGA. You can
move any of these products to your preferred position on the start
screen or in the product selector and make it one of your favourites.
Example: Proceed as follows to display the product ‘2 espressi’ in the
bottom right-hand corner of the start screen.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Product
settings (2/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Classic-library’ button.
‘Classic-library’
E Next select the button of the product you want to move to the
start screen. No product is prepared at this point.
T Press the ‘2 espressi’ button.
‘2 espressi’
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
T Press the ‘Add to favourites’ button.
‘Select position’
T Press the button at the bottom right (‘Latte macchiato’)
‘Do you want to replace the current product?’
T Press the ‘Yes’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Classic-library’
O T Press the P button to exit programming mode.
‘Please select product:’
Setting the consistency
of grind
In the programme item ‘Product settings (2/5)’ / ‘Set consistency of
grind’ you can adjust both grinders separately to the degree of roast
of your coffee.
The consistency of grind is correct if the coffee flows regularly from
the dual spout. In addition a fine, thick crema forms.
Example: Proceed as follows to change the consistency of grind for
the grinder on the right.
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Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Product
settings (2/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Set consistency of grind’ button.
‘Set consistency of grind’
T Press the ‘Right grinder’ button.
‘Right grinder’
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to change the setting for the consistency of grind.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Set consistency of grind’
O T Press the P button to exit programming mode.
‘Please select product:’
Maintenance settings
In the programme item ‘Machine settings (3/5)’ / ‘Maintenance settings’ you can make the following settings:
‘Filter’
U Activate the CLARIS filter cartridge (see Chapter 5 ‘Maintenance – Inserting and activating the filter’).
‘Water hardness’
U If you do not have a filter cartridge, you will need to set the
water hardness (see Chapter 4 ‘Permanent settings in programming mode – Setting the water hardness’).
‘Switch-on rinse’ / ‘Manual’
U The switch-on rinse must be started manually.
‘Switch-on rinse’ / ‘Automatic’
U The switch-on rinse is started automatically.
‘Rinse the milk system’ / ‘Manual after 10 min.’
U You are prompted to rinse the milk system 10 minutes after
preparation of a speciality coffee with milk.
‘Rinse the milk system’ / ‘Manual immediate’
U You are prompted to rinse the milk system immediately
after preparation of a speciality coffee with milk.
U
U
U
U
U
U
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U
‘Rinse the milk system’ / ‘Automatic after 10 min.’
U Milk system rinsing is automatically initiated 10 minutes
after preparation of a speciality coffee with milk.
‘Rinse the milk system’ / ‘Automatic immediate’
U Milk system rinsing is automatically initiated approx. 30 seconds after preparation of a speciality coffee with milk.
Example: Proceed as follows to make the machine prompt you to
rinse the milk system immediately after preparing a speciality coffee with milk.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Machine
settings (3/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Maintenance settings’ button.
‘Maintenance settings’
T Press the ‘Rinse the milk system’ button.
‘Rinse the milk system’
T Press the ‘Manual immediate’ button.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Maintenance settings’
O T Press the P button to exit programming mode.
‘Please select product:’
Setting the water
hardness
The harder the water is, the more frequently the GIGA needs to be
descaled. It is therefore important to set the water hardness accurately.
The water hardness can be adjusted on a continuous scale between
1 °dH and 30 °dH.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Machine
settings (3/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Maintenance settings’ button.
‘Maintenance settings’
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T Press the ‘Water hardness’ button.
‘Water hardness’
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to set the water hardness.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Maintenance settings’
O T Press the P button to exit programming mode.
‘Please select product:’
Energy-saving mode
In the programme item ‘Machine settings (3/5)’ / ‘Save energy’ you
can permanently set an energy-saving mode (Energy Save Mode,
E.S.M.©):
‘Save No’
U All speciality coffees, speciality coffees with milk and hot
water can be prepared without having to wait.
‘Save Level 1’
U Your GIGA is only constantly ready for use for speciality coffees and hot water.
U Before you can prepare a speciality coffee with milk, the
machine must heat up.
‘Save Level 2’
U Soon after the last preparation, the GIGA stops heating up.
After about 5 minutes the message ‘Energy Save’ is displayed.
U Before you can prepare a speciality coffee, speciality coffee
with milk, or hot water, the machine must heat up.
U
U
U
Example: Proceed as follows to change the energy-saving mode
from ‘Save Level 1’ to ‘Save Level 2’.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Machine
settings (3/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Save energy’ button.
‘Save energy’
T Press the ‘Save Level 2’ button.
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T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Machine settings (3/5)’
O T Press the P button to exit programming mode.
‘Please select product:’
Time and date
You already set the time and date during first-time use. You can
change this setting.
E For the time format, you can choose between ‘24 hrs’ and
‘AM / PM’ (see Chapter 4 ‘Permanent settings in programming
mode – Units’).
Example: Proceed as follows to change the time.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Machine
settings (3/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Time / date’ button.
‘Time / date’
T Press the ‘Time’ button.
‘Time’
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to set the hours.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to set the minutes.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Time / date’
O T Press the P button to exit programming mode.
‘Please select product:’
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Timer
Permanent settings in programming mode
In the programme item ‘Machine settings (3/5)’ / ‘Timer’ you can set
an individual switch-on and switch-off time for every day of the
week.
E Automatic switch-on only works when the machine is switched
on at the power switch.
E For the time format, you can choose between ‘24 hrs’ and
‘AM / PM’ (see Chapter 4 ‘Permanent settings in programming
mode – Units’).
Example: Proceed as follows to set your GIGA to switch on and off
at a time defined by you every day of the week.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Machine
settings (3/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Timer’ button.
‘Timer’
T Press the ‘Monday’ button (example).
‘Monday’
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to set the hours (for ‘Switch
machine on’).
T Press the ‘P’ button.
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to set the minutes (for ‘Switch
machine on’).
T Press the ‘P’ button.
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to set the hours (for ‘Switch
machine off’).
T Press the ‘P’ button.
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to set the minutes (for ‘Switch
machine off’).
T Press the ‘Every weekday’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display. The switch-on and
switch-off times you just set are adopted for every day of the
week.
‘Timer’
O T Press the P button to exit programming mode.
‘Please select product:’
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Automatic switch-off
By instructing your GIGA to automatically switch itself off, you can
cut down your energy consumption. If this function is activated,
your GIGA switches off automatically after the preset time following
the last action on the machine.
You can set the automatic switch-off time to 15 minutes or
0.5–15 hours.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Machine
settings (3/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Timer’ button.
T Press the ‘Next’ button.
T Press the ‘Switch off after’ button.
‘Switch off after’
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to change the setting.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Timer’
O T Press the P button to exit programming mode.
‘Please select product:’
Units
In the programme item ‘Machine settings (3/5)’ / ‘Units’ you can
make the following settings:
Unit for amount of water: ‘ml’ or ‘oz’
Time format: ‘24 hrs.’ or ‘AM / PM’
U
U
Example: Proceed as follows to change the unit for the amount of
water from ‘ml’ to ‘oz’.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Machine
settings (3/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Units’ button.
‘Units’
T Press the ‘oz’ button.
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T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Machine settings (3/5)’
O T Press the P button to exit programming mode.
‘Please select product:’
Restore factory settings
In the programme item ‘Machine settings (3/5)’ / ‘Factory setting’
you can reset various settings to their factory settings:
‘All products’
U The settings (amount of water, coffee strength, temperature
etc.) for all products are reset to the factory settings.
‘Machine’
U All user settings (apart from the ‘filter’, ‘water hardness’ and
time and date settings) are reset to the factory settings. The
GIGA then switches off.
‘Empty system’
U The system is emptied. Your GIGA then switches off.
U
U
U
Example: Proceed as follows to reset the values for all products to
the factory settings.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Machine
settings (3/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Factory setting’ button.
‘Factory setting’
T Press the ‘All products’ button.
‘All products’ / ‘Reset all products to the factory settings?’
T Press the ‘Yes’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Factory setting’
O T Press the P button to exit programming mode.
‘Please select product:’
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Language
In this programme item you can set the language used by your
GIGA.
Example: Proceed as follows to change the language from ‘English’
to ‘Deutsch’.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Machine
settings (4/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Choose language’ button.
‘Choose language’
E To display more languages, press the ‘Next’ button (bottom
right).
T Press the ‘Deutsch’ button.
‘Gespeichert’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Geräteeinstellungen (4/5)’
O T Press the P button to exit programming mode.
‘Bitte wählen Sie Ihr Produkt:’
Display settings
In the programme item ‘Machine settings (4/5)’ / ‘Display’ you can
make the following settings:
‘Brightness’ (as percentages)
‘Contrast’ (high, normal, low)
‘Backlight’ (backlighting; as percentages)
U
U
U
Example: Proceed as follows to change the brightness of the display.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Machine
settings (4/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Display’ button.
‘Display’
T Press the ‘Brightness’ button.
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to change the setting.
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T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Display’
O T Press the P button to exit programming mode.
‘Please select product:’
Background
In this programme item you can set the background for the display
of your GIGA.
E The set background is only displayed on the start screen.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Machine
settings (4/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Colour scheme’ button.
‘Colour scheme’
T Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button to change the setting.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Machine settings (4/5)’
O T Press the P button to exit programming mode.
‘Please select product:’
Querying information
In the programme item ‘Information (5/5)’ you can view the following information:
‘Product counter’: Number of prepared coffee speciality coffees, speciality coffees with milk and hot water
‘Day counter’: Number of prepared coffee speciality coffees,
speciality coffees with milk and hot water. This counter can be
reset to zero.
‘Maintenance counter’: Number of maintenance programmes
performed (cleaning, descaling etc.)
‘Version’: Software version
U
U
U
U
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
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g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Information (5/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Product counter’ button.
‘Product counter’ and the number of products prepared is
displayed.
E You can also view the number of products prepared in the
product selector. To do this, turn the Rotary Switch.
T Press any button or the Rotary Switch to exit the programme
item.
‘Information (5/5)’
O T Press the P button to exit programming mode.
‘Please select product:’
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Your GIGA has the following integrated maintenance programmes:
Rinsing the coffee system (‘Rinse the coffee system’)
Rinsing the milk system in the dual spout (‘Rinse the milk
system’)
Cleaning the milk system in the dual spout (‘Clean the milk
system’)
Changing the filter (‘Change the filter’)
Cleaning the machine (‘Clean’)
Descaling the machine (‘Descale’) (only if filter is not activated)
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U
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E Clean or descale the machine, rinse the milk system or change
the filter when you are prompted to do so.
E Press the P button to view a list of the maintenance programmes (‘Maintenance status (1/5)’). When the bar is completely filled with red, your GIGA will prompt you to perform
the appropriate maintenance programme.
E The GIGA will not prompt you to clean the milk system. In the
interests of hygiene, you should clean the milk system daily
when you have been preparing milk.
Rinsing the coffee system
You can perform coffee system rinsing at any time.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
T Place a receptacle under the dual spout.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
T Press the ‘Rinse the coffee system’ button.
‘Machine is rinsing.’, water flows out of the dual spout.
The rinse stops automatically. ‘Please select product:’
appears on the display.
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Rinsing the milk system
Depending on the setting in programming mode, the GIGA prompts
you to rinse the milk system or automatically performs rinsing following milk preparation.
Example: Proceed as follows to rinse the milk system when
prompted to do so.
Precondition: ‘Rinse the milk system.’ and the symbol c are displayed.
T Place a receptacle under the dual spout.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
T Press the ‘Rinse the milk system’ button.
‘Milk system is being rinsed.’, water flows out of the dual
spout.
The rinse stops automatically. ‘Please select product:’
appears on the display.
Cleaning the milk system
To ensure that the milk system in the dual spout always works properly, you must clean it daily when you have been preparing milk. The
GIGA will not prompt you to clean the milk system.
CAUTION
If the wrong cleaning agent is used, the machine could be damaged
and/or traces could be left behind in the water.
T Use only original JURA maintenance products.
E JURA milk system cleaner is available from specialised dealers.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
T Press the ‘Clean the milk system’ button.
T Press the ‘Start’ button.
T Press the ‘Start’ button again.
‘Cleaning agent for milk system.’
T Pour 250 ml of fresh water into a receptacle and add one
capful of milk system cleaner.
T Immerse the milk pipe in the receptacle.
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T Place another receptacle under the dual spout.
T Press the ‘Next’ button.
‘Milk system is being cleaned.’, water flows out of the dual
spout.
‘Water for cleaning milk system.’
T Rinse the receptacle thoroughly, fill it with 250 ml of fresh
water and immerse the milk pipe in the water.
T Empty the other receptacle and place it under the dual spout
again.
T Press the ‘Next’ button.
‘Milk system is being cleaned.’, the dual spout and the pipe
are rinsed with fresh water.
The operation stops automatically. ‘Milk system cleaning
complete.’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Please select product:’
Dismantling and rinsing
the dual spout
The dual spout must be dismantled and rinsed daily if milk has been
prepared to make sure it functions perfectly and also in the interests
of hygiene.
T Remove the milk pipe and rinse it thoroughly under running
water.
T Press the releasing devices and pull the cover of the dual
spout up and off.
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T Carefully pull the bottom part of the milk system down and
off.
T Remove the milk system from the dual spout.
T Remove the air intake pipe.
T Dismantle the milk system into its individual parts.
T Rinse all the parts under running water. If there are severely
dried-on milk residues, firstly immerse the individual parts
in JURA milk system cleaner and then rinse them thoroughly.
T Reassemble the milk system. When doing this, note the
arrows (circled in red in the picture) on the individual parts.
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T Fit the air intake pipe.
T Fit the assembled individual parts back in the dual spout and
press it firmly.
T Attach the bottom part of the milk system to the part
already inserted from below.
T Fit the cover of the dual spout. It will click into place audibly.
T Insert the milk pipe into the dual spout.
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Maintenance
Inserting and activating
the filter
Your GIGA no longer has to be descaled if you are using the CLARIS
Pro filter cartridge. If the water hardness is 10 °dH or more, we recommend using the filter cartridge. If you do not know the hardness
of your water, you can find this out first (see Chapter 1 ‘Preparing and
using for the first time – Determining the water hardness’).
If you did not activate the filter cartridge the first time you used the
machine, you can do this now as follows.
E Perform the ‘inserting the filter’ operation without any interruptions. This will ensure that your GIGA always produces its
best.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Machine
settings (3/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Maintenance settings’ button.
T Press the ‘Filter’ button.
‘Filter’
T Press the ‘Active’ button.
T Press the ‘Save’ button.
‘Saved’ appears briefly on the display.
‘Insert filter.’ / ‘Press the Rotary Switch.’
T Remove and empty the water tank.
T Open the filter holder and insert the filter cartridge into the
water tank, exerting slight pressure.
T Close the filter holder. It will click into place audibly.
T Fill the water tank with fresh, cold water and reinsert the
tank.
k T Press the Rotary Switch.
‘Filter is being rinsed.’, the filter is rinsed. Rinsing of the filter
stops automatically. ‘Empty drip tray.’ appears on the display.
T Empty the drip tray and coffee grounds container and put
them back into the machine.
‘Filter’ / ‘Filter rinsing complete.’
The machine heats up. ‘Please select product:’ appears on
the display. Your GIGA is once more ready for use.
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Changing the filter
Maintenance
E After 100 litres of water have flowed through or after two
months, the filter will cease to work. Your GIGA will automatically prompt you to change the filter.
E If the CLARIS Pro filter cartridge is not activated in programming mode, you will not be prompted to change the filter.
Example: Proceed as follows to change the filter when prompted to
do so.
Precondition: ‘Change the filter’ and the c symbol are displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
T Press the ‘Change the filter’ button.
T Press the ‘Start’ button.
T Press the ‘Start’ button again.
‘Change filter.’ / ‘Press the Rotary Switch.’
T Remove and empty the water tank.
T Open the filter holder and remove the old CLARIS Pro filter
cartridge.
T Insert the new filter cartridge into the water tank, exerting
slight pressure.
T Close the filter holder. It will click into place audibly.
T Fill the water tank with fresh, cold water and reinsert the
tank.
k T Press the Rotary Switch.
‘Filter is being rinsed.’, the filter is rinsed. Rinsing of the filter
stops automatically. ‘Empty drip tray.’ appears on the display.
T Empty the drip tray and coffee grounds container and put
them back into the machine.
‘Change the filter’ / ‘Filter rinsing complete.’
The machine heats up. ‘Please select product:’ appears on
the display.
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Maintenance
Cleaning the machine
CAUTION
After 220 preparations or 80 switch-on rinses, the GIGA will prompt
you to clean it.
If the wrong cleaning agent is used, the machine could be damaged
and/or traces could be left behind in the water.
T Use only original JURA maintenance products.
E The cleaning programme lasts approximately 20 minutes.
E Do not interrupt the cleaning programme. The quality of
cleaning will be impaired if you do so.
E JURA cleaning tablets are available from specialised dealers.
Example: Proceed as follows to clean when prompted to do so.
Precondition: ‘Clean machine.’ and the symbol c are displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
T Press the ‘Clean’ button.
T Press the ‘Start’ button.
T Press the ‘Start’ button again.
‘Empty coffee grounds container.’
T Empty the drip tray and coffee grounds container and put
them back into the machine.
‘Press the Rotary Switch.’
T Place a receptacle under the dual spout.
k T Press the Rotary Switch.
‘Machine is being cleaned.’, water flows out of the dual
spout.
The operation is interrupted, ‘Add cleaning tablet.’.
T Open the cover of the filler funnel for ground coffee.
T Insert a JURA cleaning tablet into the filler funnel.
T Close the cover of the filler funnel.
‘Press the Rotary Switch.’
k T Press the Rotary Switch.
‘Machine is being cleaned.’, water flows out of the dual spout
repeatedly.
The operation is interrupted, ‘Empty coffee grounds container.’.
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T Empty the drip tray and coffee grounds container and put
them back into the machine.
‘Clean’ / ‘Cleaning complete.’
Cleaning is now complete. Your GIGA is once more ready for
use.
Descaling the machine
The GIGA builds up deposits of limescale over time and automatically prompts you to descale it when necessary. The degree of calcification depends on the hardness of your water.
J CAUTION
If the descaling agent comes into contact with the skin or eyes, this
can cause irritation.
T Avoid contact with the skin or eyes.
T Rinse off the descaling agent with clean water. Should you get
any descaling agent in your eye, see a doctor.
CAUTION
If the wrong descaling agent is used, the machine could be damaged and/or traces could be left behind in the water.
T Use only original JURA maintenance products.
CAUTION
If the descaling operation is interrupted, there may be damage to
the machine.
T Allow the descaling programme to run to the end.
CAUTION
If the descaling agent comes into contact with sensitive surfaces
(e.g. marble), damage cannot be ruled out.
T Clean up any splashes immediately.
E The descaling programme lasts approximately 50 minutes.
E JURA descaling tablets are available from specialised dealers.
E If you use a CLARIS filter cartridge and this is activated, you
will not be prompted to descale.
Example: Proceed as follows to perform descaling when prompted
to do so.
Precondition: ‘Decalcify machine.’ and the symbol c are displayed.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
T Press the ‘Descale’ button.
T Press the ‘Start’ button.
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T Press the ‘Start’ button again.
‘Empty drip tray.’
T Empty the drip tray and coffee grounds container and put
them back into the machine.
‘Pour descaling agent into water tank.’
T Remove and empty the water tank.
T Completely dissolve 6 JURA descaling tablets in a receptacle
holding 1000 ml of water. This may take several minutes.
T Pour the solution into the empty water tank and insert it into
the machine.
‘Press the Rotary Switch.’
T Place one receptacle under the dual spout and another
under the hot-water spout.
k T Press the Rotary Switch.
‘Machine is being descaled.’, water flows repeatedly out of
the dual spout and the hot-water spout.
The operation stops automatically. ‘Empty drip tray.’ appears
on the display.
T Empty both receptacles.
T Empty the drip tray and coffee grounds container and put
them back into the machine.
‘Fill water tank.’
T Remove the water tank and rinse it thoroughly.
T Fill the water tank with fresh, cold water and reinsert the
tank.
‘Press the Rotary Switch.’
T Place the receptacles back under the dual spout and the hotwater spout.
k T Press the Rotary Switch.
‘Machine is being descaled.’, water flows out of the dual
spout and the hot-water spout.
The operation stops automatically. ‘Empty drip tray.’ appears
on the display.
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T Empty the drip tray and coffee grounds container and put
them back into the machine.
‘Descale’ / ‘Descaling complete.’
Descaling is now complete. Your GIGA is once more ready
for use.
E If the descaling operation stops unexpectedly, rinse the water
tank thoroughly.
Cleaning the bean
container
Coffee beans may be covered with a slight oil film which remains on
the walls of the bean containers. These traces may negatively affect
the coffee result. For this reason clean the bean containers from time
to time.
Precondition: ‘Fill bean container.’ is displayed.
Q T Switch the machine off with the On/Off button.
3 T Switch the machine off at the power switch.
T Open the service cover on the back of the machine by pressing above the JURA logo.
T Push the red sliding catch completely to the rear to close the
bean container.
T Turn the blue locking device outwards.
T Remove the bean container.
T Remove the aroma preservation cover.
T Empty the bean container.
T Clean the bean container with a soft, dry cloth.
T Fit the bean container.
T Turn the blue locking device inwards.
T Pull the red sliding catch completely forwards.
T Refit the service cover and fix it by pressing above the JURA
logo. It will click into place audibly.
T Fill the bean container with coffee beans and close the
aroma preservation cover.
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Descaling the water tank
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Limescale deposits may form in the water tank. To ensure correct
function of the machine, descale the water tank from time to time.
T Remove the water tank.
T If you use a CLARIS filter cartridge, remove this.
T Descale the tank with a mild conventional descaling agent
in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
T Rinse out the water tank thoroughly.
T If you use a CLARIS filter cartridge, insert this again.
T Fill the water tank with fresh, cold water and reinsert the
tank.
6 Display messages
6 Display messages
Message
‘Fill water tank.’
Cause/Result
The water tank is empty. You cannot
prepare any products.
‘Empty coffee
grounds
container.’
The coffee grounds container is full.
You cannot prepare any products.
T Empty the coffee grounds
container and the drip tray (see
Chapter 3 ‘Daily operation – Daily
maintenance’).
‘Coffee grounds
container not
fitted.’
‘Empty drip tray.’
The coffee grounds container is not
fitted. You cannot prepare any
products.
The drip tray is full. You cannot
prepare any products.
T Fit the coffee grounds container.
‘Drip tray not
fitted.’
The drip tray is not inserted correctly
or is not inserted at all. You cannot
prepare any products.
The system must be filled with water
or the GIGA prompts you to continue
a started maintenance programme.
T Fit the drip tray.
‘Fill bean
container.’, the
bean container
status indicator
flashes.
‘Rinse the milk
system.’
One of the bean containers is empty.
You cannot prepare any speciality
coffees for which coffee beans are
required from this bean container. You
can prepare hot water or milk.
The GIGA is prompting you to rinse
the milk system.
T Fill the bean container (see
Chapter 1 ‘Preparing and using for
the first time – Filling the bean
container’).
‘Clean machine.’
The GIGA is prompting you to clean it.
T Perform cleaning (see Chapter 5
‘Maintenance – Cleaning the
machine’).
‘Decalcify
machine.’
The GIGA is prompting you to descale
it.
T Perform descaling (see Chapter 5
‘Maintenance – Descaling the
machine ’).
‘Press the Rotary
Switch.’
Action
T Fill the water tank (see Chapter 1
‘Preparing and using for the first
time – Filling the water tank’).
T Empty the drip tray.
T Clean and dry the metal contacts
on the back of the drip tray.
T Turn the Rotary Switch to continue
with the maintenance programme
or to fill the system.
T Press the P button and then the
‘Rinse the milk system’ button to
initiate milk system rinsing.
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Message
‘Change filter.’
‘Spout is not
fitted.’
Cause/Result
After 100 litres of water have flowed
through the CLARIS Pro filter cartridge
or after two months, it will cease to
work.
The dual spout or the cover of the dual
spout is not fitted correctly.
Action
T Replace the CLARIS Pro filter
cartridge (see Chapter 5 ‘Maintenance – Changing the filter’).
T Fit the cover of the dual spout or
the dual spout correctly.
‘Not enough
ground coffee.’
There is insufficient ground coffee in
the machine; the GIGA stops the
operation.
T The next time you prepare a
beverage, add more ground coffee
(see Chapter 2 ‘Preparation –
Ground coffee’).
‘Service cover is
not fitted.’
The service cover on the back of the
machine is not fitted. You cannot
prepare any products.
The ventilation slats on the top of the
machine cannot be opened. You
cannot prepare any products.
T Fit the service cover.
‘Please check the
ventilation slats.’
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T Contact customer support in your
country (see Chapter 11 ‘JURA
contact details / Legal information’).
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Problem
Insufficient foam is
produced when the milk
is frothed, or milk sprays
from the dual spout.
Coffee only comes out in
drips when it is being
prepared.
Cause/Result
The dual spout is dirty.
Action
Coffee or ground coffee has
been ground too finely and
is blocking the system. The
same filter cartridge may
have been used several
times or the water hardness
set incorrectly in the
programming mode.
T Put the grinder on a coarser setting
or use coarser ground coffee (see
Chapter 4 ‘Permanent settings in
programming mode – Setting the
consistency of grind’).
T Perform descaling (see Chapter 5
‘Maintenance – Descaling the
machine ’).
‘Fill bean container.’ is
not displayed although
the bean container is
empty.
Preparation stops, ‘Fill
bean container.’ is briefly
displayed although the
bean container has been
filled.
The bean monitor is dirty.
T Clean the bean container (see
Chapter 5 ‘Maintenance – Cleaning
the bean container’).
The sliding catch for the
bean container has not been
pulled out or has not been
pulled out completely.
T Open the service cover on the back
of the machine and pull the sliding
catch all the way out (see Chapter 5
‘Maintenance – Cleaning the bean
container’).
‘Empty drip tray.’ is
always displayed.
The metal contacts of the
drip tray are dirty or wet.
T Clean and dry the metal contacts on
the back of the drip tray.
‘Fill water tank.’ is
displayed although the
water tank is full.
The water tank float is
trapped.
T Descale the water tank (see Chapter 5 ‘Maintenance – Descaling the
water tank’).
T Rinse and clean the dual spout (see
Chapter 5 ‘Maintenance – Cleaning
the milk system’).
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Troubleshooting
Problem
‘Error 2’ is displayed.
Other ‘Error’ messages
are displayed.
Cause/Result
If the machine was exposed
to the cold for a long period
of time, heating is disabled
for safety reasons.
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Action
T Warm the machine at room
temperature.
T Switch the GIGA off at the power
switch. Contact customer support in
your country (see Chapter 11 ‘JURA
contact details / Legal information’).
E If you were unable to solve the problem, contact customer
support in your country (see Chapter 11 ‘JURA contact details /
Legal information’).
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Transport and environmentally friendly disposal
Transport and environmentally friendly disposal
Transport / Emptying the
system
In order to protect the GIGA from frost during transport, the system
must be emptied.
Precondition: ‘Please select product:’ is displayed.
T Place one receptacle under the dual spout and another
under the hot-water spout.
O T Press the P button.
‘Maintenance status (1/5)’
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the programme item ‘Machine
settings (3/5)’ is displayed.
T Press the ‘Factory setting’ button.
‘Factory setting’
T Press the ‘Empty system’ button.
‘Empty system’ / ‘Remove the water tank.’
T Remove and empty the water tank.
‘Press the Rotary Switch.’
k T Press the Rotary Switch.
‘System is emptying.’, water flows out of the dual spout and
the hot-water spout.
The operation stops automatically. Your GIGA is switched
off.
Disposal
Please dispose of old machines in an environmentally neutral way.
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Old machines contain valuable, recyclable materials which should
be recycled. Please therefore dispose of old machines via suitable
collection systems.
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9 Technical data
9 Technical data
Voltage
Power
Airborne noise emitted
Ambient conditions
220–240 V ~, 50 Hz
2300 W
LP < 70 dB (A)
Humidity max. 80%
Ambient temperature
10–35°C
Conformity mark
A S
approx. 30 Wh
Energy consumption
‘Save energy’ / ‘Save No’
Energy consumption
‘Save energy’ / ‘Save Level 1’
Energy consumption
‘Save energy’ / ‘Save Level 2’
Pump pressure
Inlet pressure
Holding capacity of water tank
Holding capacity of bean
container
Holding capacity of coffee
grounds container
Cable length
Weight
Dimensions (W × H × D)
approx. 12 Wh
approx. 15 Wh
static, max. 15 bar
max. 0.6 MPa
5 l
2 × 650 g
max. 40 portions
approx. 1.1 m
approx. 22 kg
37 × 56.5 × 49.7 cm
Information for testers (repeat test in accordance with DIN VDE
0701-0702): The central grounding point (CGP) is located on the
front of the machine below the JURA logo (turn JURA logo anti-clockwise).
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A
B
C
Index
Index
Coffee 16
Coffee à la carte 16
Coffee grounds container 4
Consistency of grind
Setting the consistency of grind 30
Contact details 64
Cover
Service cover 5
Storage compartment 4
Water tank 4
Cup grille 4
Customer support 64
Adding products to the start screen 30
Addresses 64
Adjusting the product settings 26
Aroma preservation cover
Bean container with aroma preservation
cover 4
Automatic switch-off 35, 36
Automatic switch-on 35
Background 39
Bean container
Bean container with aroma preservation
cover 4
Cleaning 51
Filling 11
Status indicator 4
Bean container status indicator 4
Beans à la carte
Activating the grinder selection 21
Bus bar
Technical data 58
Button
On/Off button 5
P button (programming) 5
Bypass amount of water 18
Cappuccino 16
Cappuccino frother cleaning
Cleaning the milk system 42
Cappuccino frother rinsing
Rinsing the milk system 42
Changing a name 29
Changing the product assigned to a
button 30
CLARIS Pro filter cartridge
Changing 47
Inserting and activating the filter 46
Classics 26
Cleaning
Bean container 51
Machine 48
D
E
F
Date 34
Descaling
Machine 49
Water tank 52
Display 5
Display messages 53
Display settings 38, 39
Disposal 57
Double product 17
Drip tray 4
Dual spout
Dismantling and cleaning 43
Height- and width-adjustable dual
spout 4
Emptying the system 57
Energy-saving mode 33
Errors
Troubleshooting 55
Espresso 16
Expert mode 26
Factory settings
Restore factory settings 37
Filler funnel
Filler funnel for ground coffee 4
Filling
Bean container 11
Water tank 10
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Filter
Changing 47
Inserting and activating the filter 46
First-time use 11
G
H
I
J
L
M
Grinder
Activating the grinder selection 21
Setting the consistency of grind 30
Ground coffee 19
Measuring spoon for ground coffee 4
Hotline 64
Hot water 22
Hot-water spout
Height-adjustable hot-water spout 4
Instant coffee
Ground coffee 19
Internet 10
JURA
Contact details 64
Internet 10
Language 38
Latte macchiato 16
Locking device 5
Machine
Cleaning 48
Descaling 49
Rinsing the coffee system 41
Setting up 10
Switching off 24
Switching on 23
Mains cable 4
Maintenance 41
Daily maintenance 23
Maintenance settings 31
Measuring spoon for ground coffee 4
Messages, display 53
Milk
Connecting milk 15
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Milk system
Cleaning 42
Rinsing 42
P
Permanently setting amounts for the cup
size 20
Permanent settings in programming
mode 25
Power switch 4
Preparation 16
At the touch of a button 17
Cappuccino 16
Coffee 16
Espresso 16
Ground coffee 19
Hot water 22
Latte macchiato 16
Ristretto 16
Two speciality coffees 17
Using the product selector 18
Preparation options 16
At the touch of a button 17
Using the product selector 18
Problems
Troubleshooting 55
Product selector 16, 18
Product settings 26
Adjusting 26
Programming mode 25
Adding products to the start screen 30
Automatic switch-off 36
Background 39
Display settings 38
Energy-saving mode 33
Language 38
Maintenance settings 31
Product settings 26
Querying information 39
Renaming a product 29
Restore factory settings 37
Setting the consistency of grind 30
Setting the water hardness 32
Time and date 34
Timer 35
Units 36
Proper use 6
10
Q
R
S
T
Querying information 39
Quick installation 12
Renaming a product 29
Rinsing the coffee system 41
Ristretto 16
Rotary Selection 16
Product selector 18
Rotary Switch 5
Safety 6
Safety information 6
Service cover 5
Service socket 5
Settings
Maintenance settings 31
Permanent settings in programming
mode 25
Setting up
Setting up the machine 10
Sliding catch 5
Speed speciality coffees 18
Splash guard 4
Spout
Height-adjustable hot-water spout 4
Height- and width-adjustable dual
spout 4
Standard installation 13
Switching off
Machine 24
Switching on
Machine 23
Switch-off
Automatic switch-off 35, 36
Switch-off time 35
Switch-on
Automatic switch-on 35
Switch-on time 35
Symbol description 3
U
V
Index
Technical data 58
Tel 64
Time 34
Time format
Programming mode 36
Timer 35
Transport 57
Troubleshooting 55
Two products 17
Units 36
Use, First-time 11
Ventilation slats 4
Venti Ports
Ventilation slats 4
W
Water hardness
Determining the water hardness 15
Setting the water hardness 32
Water tank 4
Descaling 52
Filling 10
Website 10
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11 JURA contact details / Legal information
11 JURA contact details / Legal information
Your JURA service partner
JURA Elektroapparate AG
Kaffeeweltstrasse 10
CH-4626 Niederbuchsiten
Tel. +41 (0)62 38 98 233
www.jura.com
Directives
Technical changes
The machine complies with the following directives:
2006/42/EC – Machinery Directive
2004/108/EC – Electromagnetic Compatibility
2009/125/EC – Ecodesign Directive
2011/65/EU – RoHS Directive
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We reserve the right to make technical changes. The diagrams used
in these instructions for use are for illustration purposes only and do
not represent the original colours of the machine. Some details of
your GIGA may vary.
Feedback
Your opinion is important to us! Use the contact details at
www.jura.com.
Copyright
The instructions for use contain information which is protected by
copyright. It is not permitted to photocopy these instructions for use
or translate them into another language without the prior written
consent of JURA Elektroapparate AG.
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