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Dit apparaat voldoet aan de EMC-richtlijn 89/336/EEG, 92/31/EEG en de
laagspanningsrichtlijn 73/23/EEG.
This appliance is in accordance with the EMC-Directive 89/336/EEC,
92/31/EEC and the low voltage directive 73/23/EEC.
Dieses Gerät wurde in Übereinstimmung gemäß EMV-Richtlinie 89/336/EWG,
92/31/EWG und Niederspannung-Richtlinie 73/23/EWG gebaut.
Cet appareil est conforme à la directive d'EMC 89/336/CEE, 92/31/CEE et à
la directive de basse tension 73/23/CEE.
De fabrikant behoudt zich het recht voor om onderdelen op elk gewenst moment te wijzigen, zonder voorafgaande of directe kennisgeving aan de
afnemer. De inhoud van deze handleiding kan eveneens gewijzigd worden zonder voorafgaande waarschuwing. Deze handleiding is geldig voor de
machine in standaarduitvoering. De fabrikant kan derhalve niet aansprakelijk worden gesteld voor eventuele schade voortvloeiende uit van de
standaard uitvoering afwijkende specificaties van de aan u geleverde machine. Voor informatie betreffende afstelling,onderhoudswerkzaamheden of
reparaties waarin deze handleiding niet voorziet, wordt u verzocht contact op te nemen met de technische dienst van uw leverancier. Deze
handleiding is met alle mogelijke zorg samengesteld, maar De fabrikant kan geen verantwoording op zich nemen voor eventuele fouten in dit boek of
de gevolgen daarvan.
The manufacturer has the right to change parts of the machine at any time without advice or direct announcements to the client. The contents of this
manual can also be changed without any announcements. This manual is to be used for the standard model/type of the machine. Thus The
manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any damage resulting from the application of this manual to the version delivered to you. For extra
information on adjustments maintenance and repair, contact the technical department of your supplier. This manual has been written very carefully.
However ,The manufacturer cannot be held responsible neither for mistakes in the book nor for their consequences.
Der produzent behält sich das Recht vor, Einzelteile ohne vorherige Bekanntgabe an den Kunden zu ändern. Der Inhalt dieser Anleitung kann
ebenfalls ohne vorherige Bekanntgabe geändert werden. Diese Anleitung gilt für die Standardausführung der Maschine. Der produzent haftet daher
nicht für Informationen über Einstellungen, Wartungsarbeiten oder Reparaturen, die nicht in dieser Anleitung enthalten sind. Wenden Sie sich bitte
gegebenenfalls an den Kundendienst Ihres Händlers. Diese Anleitung wurde mit größtmöglicher Sorgfalt zursammengestellt. Der produzent haftet
jedoch nicht fur etwaige Fehler in dieser Anleitung oder für die Folgen solcher Fehler.
Le fabricant se réserve le droit de modifier les pièces à n’importe quel instant, sans avis préalable et sans obligation de notification au client. Le
contenu de ce manuel est également sujet à modification sans avis préalable. Ce manuel s’applique au modèle standard de la machine. Par
conséquent, Le fabricant n’est past responsable pour les dommages éventuels découlant de l’application de ce manuel aux modèles non standard.
Pour les renseignements sur certains réglages, les travaux d’entretien ou réparations qui ne seraient pas traités dans ce manuel, Le fabricant ne peut
ètre tenu responsable des erreurs éventuelles ni des dommages qui en dècouleraient.
A 140
These operating instructions should be read carefully to ensure that your coffee machine is
operated correctly and safely.
The A140 is a semi-automatic coffee machine. It operates on the principle of instantaneous water
heating thus eliminating warm-up time. This semi-automatic coffee machine is ideal for situations
where fresh coffee is needed quickly and where the mobility of the machine is an important
Figure 1.
A - Lower hot plate
B - Glass jug 1x
C - Removable filters (90/250) 1x
D - Upper hot plate
E - Water reservoir
F - Switch panel
Hourly capacity coffee
Buffer supply coffee
Coffee preparation time
Minimum amount of coffee
Level decection
Paper filter size
Lenght of electric cable
Power supply (50/60 Hz)
220V 1 live/neutral
230V 1 live/neutral
240V 1 live/neutral
: A140
: ± 18 L/h
: 1.8 L
: ± 5-6 min
: 1/2 jug
: pressure switch
: 90/250
: 1.4 m
Before installing the machine, carry out
the following steps:
Position the machine on a firm and even
surface so that it can be connected to the
electricity supplies.
The machine should be connected as
demonstrated in the diagrams shown
below, depending on the machine’s
electrical fittings.
A 140
fig. 1
(Fig. 2) For 220V-240V 1 live/neutral
with plug socket.
(Fig. 2) For 220V -240V 1 live/neutral
(3 core electric cable).
The following remarks apply to figure 2:
If the plug fitted on the machine cable
does not fit in your socket, replace it with
a new plug that does fit.
The replaced plug should be disposed of
as it can be dangerous if plugged in a
The following points should be observed
when wiring a new plug:
1. The green/yellow-coloured wire
(“EARTH”) should be connected to the
terminal which is either marked with the
letter “E”, the “earth” symbol ( ), or
coloured green or green/yellow.
2. The blue-coloured wire (“NEUTRAL”)
should be connected to the terminal which
is either marked with the letter “N” or
coloured black.
3. The brown-coloured wire (“LIVE”)
should be connected to the terminal which
is either marked with the letter “L” or
coloured brown.
fig. 3
A - Orange alarm lamp
B - On/off switch for upper hot plate
C - On/off switch machine and
On/off switch for lower hot plate
The three core mains cable (fig. 2) has the
following wiring code:
Green/Yellow - Earth
- Neutral
- Live
Before operating the machine, carry out the
following steps:
1. Pour a jug of cold water in the cold water
reservoir (fig. 1E).
2. Wait for 3 minutes until the water has
entered the entire system.
3. Slide the removable filter into the machine
and place an empty jug on the lower hot
4. After you have followed the instructions
above, place the plug in the socket and
turn the machine on using the main switch
(fig. 3C) .
5. The orange alarm lamp (fig. 3A) on the
filter coffee unit will now light up until the
machine has emptied. When the light
goes out again the coffee unit is ready for
6. In case the ight does not light up, there
will probably be some air inside the
system. Check the supply down in the
water reservoir, the might be some
airbubbles in side. In that case the have to
removed with, for instance, a pencil.
Green/Yellow - Earth (E)
- Neutral (N)
- Live
fig. 2
* Make sure that the mains cable does not
come into contact with the hot plates
which become extremely hot when is use.
* Always remove the plug from the socket if
the machine has to be opened for repair
or maintenance.
* Do not position the machine in areas
where the temperature drops below
freezing point because there is always
water left in the system.
* Always plug the machine into an earthed
wall socket.
* Do not submerge or spray the machine.
* Have all repairs carried out by a specially
trained technician.
* If the machine is not used it is advisable
to remove the plug from the socket.
fig. 4
A 140
1. Place a paper coffee filter (90/250) with
the appropriate amount of coffee (fine
ground for filter coffee units) in the
removable filter. Generally speaking, you
will need about 70 - 80 gram per 1.8 l jug.
2. Fill the reservoir with a jug of cold water.
Position the jug with lid on the hot plate
under the filter.
3. Check that the machine is switched on,
main switch on (fig. 3C), the lower hot
plate will also swiched on.
4. The orange alarm lamp (fig. 3A) on the
filter coffee unit will now light up and
the filter coffee will be prepared.
5. When the alarm lamp goes out again, the
hot water supply will stop. After about 1
minute, all of the coffee will have poured
through the filter.
6. Stir the coffee in the jug briefly and pour,
or place the full jug on the upper hot plate.
The upper hot plate can be switched on
separately using the switch (fig. 3B).
7. The machine is ready to be used again
after the removable filter has been
Switch off the machine (fig. 3C).
Slide the removable filter into the machine
Place an empty jug on the lower hot plate.
Dissolve 50 grams descaling agent
remover in 1 litre of lukewarm 60 -70˚C
water (see instructions for use on the
5. Pour 1 litre of descaling agent into the
reservoir (fig. 1E) and switch on the
machine (fig. 3C). The solution will now
begin to flow through the system.
6. Leave the reservoir lid open!
Stay near the machine while
maintenance is being carried out.
When descaling the machine, always
observe the instructions for use
provided with the descaling agent.
When descaling the machine, it is
advisable to wear safety goggles and
protective gloves.
Allow the machine to run through at
least three times after it has been
Wash your hands thoroughly after
The machine should not be submerged
or sprayed.
Have all repairs carried out by a
specially trained technician.
A 140
The machine can be cleaned with a clean,
damp cloth.
The jug and removable filter can be
cleaned in the same way.
Attention! The removable filter should not
be placed in a dishwasher.
Coffee stains in the jugs can be removed
using coffee stain remover.
The machine can leave lime deposits
during use. The machine should be
descaled regularly in order to ensure that it
functions efficiently.
Attention! If the machine begins to
steam heavily, switch it off immediately
(fig. 3C). Wait for 1 minute. The solution
will flow through automatically. Switch the
machine back on.
7. When half of the solution has run through
the machine, switch it off for about 2
minutes (fig. 3C). The solution will now
undergo a reaction with the lime scale.
8. After the pause, switch the machine back
on and allow the rest of the solution to
flow through the machine.
9. After descaling the machine, rinse
thoroughly by carrying out the normal
coffee preparation process 3 times
(without paper filters and coffee).
10. Clean the removable filter and jug
thoroughly. The filter coffee unit is now
ready to be used again.
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