User manual
WMF 1000 S and WMF 1000pro S coffee machines
EN - Type 03 0500 (WMF 1000 S), Type 03 0510 (WMF 1000pro S)
Preliminary comments
Congratulations on choosing your new WMF coffee machine. WMF has been involved with the preparation of coffee for more than 125 years.
Innovation, quality and many years of experience characterise WMF as a manufacturer of professional premium coffee machines. The WMF
1000pro S and WMF 1000 S bring this quality coffee into your home.
Read this user manual before you start preparing the coffee. Only then can you get to know all the functions, operate your coffee machine
safely and treat yourself to a wonderful cup of coffee.
Signs and symbols
Next to the text, you will find the following symbols with the following meaning:
Hazard instructions
Validity of the details
Hazard!
Hazard of being injured!
The details apply only to the WMF 1000 S
Hazard!
Risk of burns and scalding!
The details apply only to the WMF 1000pro S
Hazard!
Potentially lethal hazard due to electric shock!
Information
Useful information and tips
Caution!
Risk of possible material damage!
Legend
1 Bean container lid
2 Lid for ground coffee insert
3 Brewing unit lid
4 Hot water button
5 Hot water spout
6 Milk hose
7 Water tank
8 Drip tray with drip tray grid
Preheat cup
Steam Jet
WMF 1000 S
9b
Preheat cup
Steam Jet
WMF 1000pro S
10 WMF All-In-One spout
9a
11 Coffee grounds container
12 Beverage buttons
13 Function keys
14 Display
15 Cup storage
Leave this page folded out while reading the user manual.
This will give you an overview of the complete automatic coffee machine, including all its components.
The positions 1 ... 15 are dealt with again in the individual chapters.
Ready-to-operate display
The descriptions in this user manual are always based on the assumption that coffee machine
is ready to operate. When the following display appears (item 14) your machine is ready for
use and you can now select your hot drink:
your selection please
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Press briefly: 1x Espresso
Press 2x briefly: 2x Espresso
Keep pressed down: Ristretto
Press briefly: 1x Café Crème
Press 2x briefly: 2x Café Crème
The beverage buttons
Your selected hot drink is produced simply by pushing the button above the beverage buttons
(item 12).
Keep pressed down: 1 mug Café Crème
Press briefly: 1x Capuccino
Press 2x briefly: 2x Cappuccino
Keep pressed down: 1x Cafe Latte
Press briefly: 1x Latte Macchiato
Press 2x briefly:
2x Latte Macchiato
Keep pressed down:
1x Espresso Macchiato
Press briefly: 1 mug of milk
Each beverage button has up to 3 functions. The way in which you can use the beverage
buttons is shown in the overview on the right.
Press and hold, till the desired
quantity of milk foam is obtained
The hot water button
The hot water button is located on the right hand side at the front on the machine (item 4). It
can be operated in two ways:
Press briefly: 1 glass of hot water
Press and hold, until the desired
quantity of water is obtained
off/c-button
-
Switching on
Timer operation
Stop the procedure
Back without change
press for at least 2 seconds:
Switch off
P-button
- Call up programmes
- Confirm selection
Preheat cup
The function buttons
Other functions can be operated using the function buttons (item 13) top left. The function
buttons are always allocated several different functions. The overview on the right shows a
brief summary of what the symbols stand for:
- press for at least 2 seconds:
Start cup warming
Minus button
- Browse backwards
- Reduce value
- Reduce strength of coffee
Care button
press for at least 2 seconds:
- Warm up rinsing
- Call up the customer
care programmes and
cleaning programmes.
.
Plus button
- Browse forwards
- Increase value
- Increase strength of coffee
Quick selection of cup size
The next page provides more of the highlights of the functions of your coffee
machine.
press for at least 2 seconds:
- Set the volume for the
next beverage
- Pot function
Overview of highlights of the WMF 1000 S and WMF 1000pro S
The following functions make the WMF coffee machine unique:
Unique variety of beverages and pot
function
The coffee machine makes (2x) Espresso,
Ristretto, (2x) Cafe Creme, (2x) Cappuccino,
Cafe Latte, Espresso Macchiato, Milk, milk
foam, hot water for tea and even a full pot of
Cafe Creme. On the WMF 1000pro S there are
two Latte Macchiato at the same time.
WMF All-In-One spout
The WWF All-In-One spout is a coffee spout
and milk foamer rolled into one. The double
milk spout provides 2 servings of Cappuccino
and, on the WMF 1000pro S, also 2 Latte
Macchiato.
Milk system rinsing WMF Connect and
Clean
The simple and rapid solution for rinsing the
milk system! Only ten seconds is required for
this before you switch off. One push of the
button is enough to clean the entire machine
subsequently.
WMF Steam Jet
Professional WMF Technology
With the WMF Steam Jet you can heat your
cups to the optimum temperature in just a
few seconds, on the WMF 1000pro S even 2
Espresso cups at the same time.
The WMF Professional Brewing System is used
in thousands of WMF Professional machines.
It can be easily removed for cleaning.
For efficient energy management
WMF Silence System
The machines make your coffee extraordinary
quietly. For this reason, you may only know
that your beverage is ready when you become
aware of the unmistakable coffee aroma.
4 individually adjustable energy saving levels
and automatic switch-off help to save energy.
Thanks to the WMF-Zero-Energy Function,
the machine does not use any power when it
is switched off.
WMF Ambient illumination
WMF Perfect Extraction System
The illumination of the WMF 1000pro S
creates the atmosphere. The beverage
becomes the star on the cup stage.
As opposed to other coffee machines, you
can set the grinding grade of the coffee
considerably finer - to give the perfect coffee
experience.
WMF Office Functions for the office
Certain functions of the beverage buttons
can be deactivated in order to simplify
the operation, particularly in an office
environment.
Individual Taste
For the coffee with an individual touch, you
have several setting options such as settings
for coffee strength, grinding grade or
settings for full volume of the cup.
Table of contents
1
1.1
1.2
For your safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Hazard instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
Initial setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Scope of supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Installation and connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Testing the water hardness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Clean the water tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Insert the WMF water filter . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Installing milk hose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Filling the water tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Filling the coffee bean hopper. . . . . . . . . . 12
Initial setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
3
3.1
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Switching on or switching off the
automatic coffee machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Switching on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Switching off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Timer operation (automatic switch-on). . . 21
Use milk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
With the milk nozzle
(only on WMF 1000 S) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
With the milk lance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Preparing beverages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Coffee specialities at the touch
of a button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5
3.3.6
3.3.7
3.3.8
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.6.1
3.6.2
3.6.3
3.6.4
3.7
4
4.1
4.2
4.2.1
Quick selection of cup size . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Cup warming WMF Steam-Jet . . . . . . . . . . 29
Pot function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Set the coffee strength for the next
beverage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Coffee preparation using
ground coffee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Preparing milk and milk foam . . . . . . . . . . 33
Hot water dispensing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Cancel beverage preparation . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Tips to save energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Carry out the settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Permanent setting of the cup size. . . . . . . 35
Beverage settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Grinding grade setting:
Perfect Extraction System . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Basic settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Reading counter readings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Care. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Care overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Customer Care programmes . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Calling up the customer
care programmes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
4.2.2 Warm up rinsing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
4.2.3 WMF Connect & Clean
milk system rinse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
4.2.4 Machine-cleaning Cleaning programme. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
4.2.5 Replace water filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
4.2.6 Descale coffee machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
4.3
Manual cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
4.3.1 Clean the brewing unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
4.3.2 General cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
4.3.3 Clean the milk system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
4.3.4 Clean the steam nozzle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
4.4
Lubricating O-rings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
4.4.1 Lubricating O-Ring of the Water tank . . . 75
4.4.2 Lubricating O-Ring of the Water tank . . . 76
5
5.1
5.2
5.3
Display messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Operating messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Messages for troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . 80
Problems without error display . . . . . . . . . 85
6
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
7
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
8
Transport and Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
9
Guarantee, warranty and service . . . . 91
10
Legal details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
For your safety
1
For your safety
Maximum possible safety of devices is one of the characteristics of WMF products to which we give our
special attention. The integrated safety devices of the coffee machine are, however, only effective if you
follow the following safety instructions.
1.1
Intended use
The WMF 1000 S and the WMF 1000pro S are coffee machines for Espresso, Café Crème and Ristretto,
and the milky coffee specialities Cappuccino, Latte Macchiato, Cafe Latte and Espresso Macchiato. In
addition, hot water, milk foam and milk can be prepared. Each portion is freshly brewed at the touch
of a button. The WMF 1000 S and the WMF 1000pro S are designed for domestic use and for use in an
office environment. Both coffee beans via the grinder as well as ground coffee through a feed chute can
be processed. The coffee machine must be used exclusively for preparing coffee beverages, foaming and
dispensing milk and for preparing hot water. The device is suitable for the preparation of an average of
50 cups per day*.
The coffee machine is not suitable for operation by children or by persons with limited capabilities to
operate devices.
In case of misuse, incorrect connection, incorrect operation, improper repair or non-compliance with
the above specifications, no liability will be accepted for any damage. In case of damage caused by
neglecting cleaning or descaling or by using other cleaning products or scaling products than those of
WMF, no liability is accepted and related guarantee claims and warranty claims are unapplicable.
* (measure for the performance of the machine; does not refer to the guarantee conditions)
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For your safety
1.2
Hazard instructions
Despite all safety precautions, there is a hazard potential associated with each device if handled
improperly. Therefore, follow the instructions below when handling your automatic coffee machine to
avoid injuries and health hazards:
Hazard!
Possible injuries due to the grinders!
As long as your automatic coffee machine is switched on and connected to the power supply, the grinder
of your automatic coffee machine can start up and you may suffer injury.
> When you want to clean the coffee bean hopper, switch off the automatic coffee machine and remove
the mains plug.
Hazard!
Possible risk to life due to electric shock!
Water or other fluids that have seeped into your coffee machine can lead to life-threatening electric shocks.
> Do not clean your automatic coffee machine under running water, with steam cleaners or with steam jets.
> Do not use any tools or similar instruments.
2
For your safety
Hazard!
Probable risk of burns or scalding due to hot components or steam and hot liquids!
The All-In-One spout and the hot water spout are very hot while in operation and on contact can cause
burns. Hot beverages and escaping steam can scald you.
> Do not touch the All-In-One spout, the hot water spout or the direct adjoining surfaces of your
automatic coffee machine.
> Avoid contact with the escaping steam and handle the hot beverage with care.
Hazard!
Possible health hazard!
If you neglect to clean the milk unit or the water tank, or if you use comestibles or liquids other than
coffee, drinking water or milk, your health may be impaired.
> Clean the machine regularly in accordance with the instructions in chapter “4 Care” on page 50.
> Use only clean, cold drinking water to fill the water tank and use only milk in the milk system of your
automatic coffee machine.
3
For your safety
Hazard!
Possible health hazard due to cleaning agents or descaling agents.
Cleaning agents and descaling agents are irritants and become very hot while executing the cleaning
programmes. Cleaning agents and descaling agents can affect your health. Cleaning agents and descaling
agents can damage the plastic parts of the automatic coffee machine and other articles and textiles.
> Use only the WMF cleaning agents and descaling agents.
> Avoid any contact with cleaning agents or descaling agents.
> Keep the cleaning agents and descaling agents away from children.
> Never ingest the cleaning agent and descaling agent or mix them with other cleaning agents and
descaling agents or other chemicals.
> Even if you are only breaking off from the cleaning activity briefly, wash your hands after cleaning
your automatic coffee machine.
> Do not eat or drink during the cleaning programmes.
> Ensure that there is adequate ventilation when the cleaning programmes are running.
Hazard!
Possible material damage!
If you lift the machine using the hot water spout, the hot water spout may be torn away.
> Hold the machine as a unit when you lift it.
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Initial setup
2
Initial setup
Now you are only few steps away from preparing and enjoying the perfect coffee.
In this chapter, you can learn step-by-step how you can start operating yourcoffee machine.
2.1
Scope of supply
> Check the scope of supply for completeness.
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Initial setup
Key to scope of delivery
1
Coffee machine
6
Milk hose with
milk spout
2
WMF Milk system cleaner
7
Mains cable
3
User manual
Accessories in plastic bag:
Ancillary sheet
Guarantee and Service
8
Multitool
Service certificate
9
WMF cleaning tablets
Supplementary sheet
for care instructions
10 Small cleaning brushes
4
Carbonate hardness test
5
Water filter cartridge
with adapter
11
12
Steam nozzle
(replacement part)
Brown milk nozzle
for refrigerated milk
(pre-assembled)
Transparent
13 milk nozzle for
non-refrigerated milk
Air intake pipe with
14 cap (spare part)
Cleaning brush for
the milk lance
Cleaning brush
15
WMF lubricant/grease
for sealing rings
16 Milk lance
Operating comfort in the office with WMF Office Accessories Set
Specially for using the coffee machine in the office you can purchase the WMF Office Accessories
Set. This makes operating and cleaning your coffee machine easier when the machine is being used
intensively. Amongst other things, it contains a larger bean container for more beans, a sticker with
beverage names and replacement parts.
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Initial setup
2.2
Installation and connection
> Unpack the automatic coffee machine.
> Check the machine for possible damages during transportation.
Assembly
> While installing the automatic coffee machine, follow the hazard instructions given under chapter
“1.2 Hazard instructions” on page 2 and in this chapter as well as the following instructions:
> Place the automatic coffee machine on a stable, horizontal surface that is waterproof and
heat-resistant.
> Protect the mains cable from damage:
>
>
>
>
>
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- Do not kink or trap the mains cable.
- Protect the mains cable from sharp edges, moisture, heat or oil.
Do not allow the cable to hang over the edge of the table or the corner of the table.
Protect the automatic coffee machine from moisture and weather influences and do not use the
automatic coffee machine outdoors.
Install the device at least 85 cm, if necessary, even higher, above floor level.
Allow a space of at least 300 mm for removal of the brewing unit, for maintenance and cleaning.
Maintain a space of at least 5 cm at the sides.
Initial setup
Installation
Drip tray and
drip tray grid
insert
>
>
>
>
>
Remove the cover from the cable compartment and remove the cable (a).
Plug the cable into the socket on the machine (b).
Place the cable through the opening in the cover.
Close the cable compartment.
Connect the plug to an earthed socket.
> Insert the drip tray (8a) with drip tray grid (8b) in the coffee machine.
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Initial setup
2.3
Testing the water hardness
> Briefly dip the provided Carbonate hardness-test strips (about 1 Second) into your tap water.
One minute later, you can read the degree of hardness with the help of the colour scale on the test strip
package.
Enter the value with the initial settings (Chapter 29 Initial settings).
2.4
>
>
>
>
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Clean the water tank
Remove the water tank (7) from the coffee machine.
Remove all the accessories from the water tank.
Thoroughly rinse the water tank with tap water and a mild cleaning agent.
For the time being do not slide the water tank back into the machine. First carry out the steps in
chapters “2.5 Insert the WMF water filter” on page 10, “2.6 Installing milk hose” on page 11.
Initial setup
2.5
Insert the WMF water filter
The WMF water filter protects the coffee machine from scale formations and ensures best quality of
water for making coffee.
There is no need for a water filter if the water hardness range is between 0 and 4. If you insert a water
filter, set the coffee machine accordingly (see „water filter being used?“ on page 16).
> Remove the sieve (7a) from the water tank (7).
> Pull the locking device (7b) of the cartridge adapter upwards.
> From the top lateral side, clamp the cartridge adapter (7c) to the water spout supports with the
clamping ring.
> Press the locking device on the cartridge adapter downwards.
> Attach the new water filter cartridge (7d) to the cartridge adapter.
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Initial setup
2.6
Installing milk hose
In the as-delivered condition, the milk hose (6) hangs from the All-In-One spout and is packed in a plastic bag.
The water tank must remain outside the machine when fitting the milk hose.
> Push the All-In-One spout to the lower position.
> Insert the milk hose (6) into the guide (6d).
Hazard!
Possible danger of scalding caused by incorrect fitting of the milk hose
If the milk hose is incorrectly fitted it may jump out of the guide. Hot water may come out and cause scalding.
> See to it that the milk hose
- does not lie in front of the water tank,
- is unstrained when the All-In-One spout is at the lowest position.
- is not kinked, so that it cannot jump out of the guide.
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Initial setup
2.7
Filling the water tank
Caution!
Possible damage to your automatic coffee machine due to unsuitable liquids!
Liquids other than drinking water can damage your coffee machine or can result in clogging.
> Fill the water tank of your automatic coffee machine only with clean, cold drinking water.
> Never fill the water tank with hot water, mineral water, soda water, milk or other liquids.
> Fill the water tank with cold tap water (maximum 2.8 litres). The tank can be filled with the fitted lid.
> Slide the water tank into the automatic coffee machine with the lid fitted in position.
2.8
Filling the coffee bean hopper
Once unpacked, roasted coffee loses its aroma in few days. Therefore, pour only as many coffee beans in
the coffee bean hopper as you expect to use in the next few days. So that you can enjoy the full aroma
of your coffee, it is better to frequently refill with beans.
Each automatic coffee machine is checked thoroughly before shipment. Therefore, coffee grounds
residue may remain in the grinder. Your coffee machine will definitely not be a used one.
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Initial setup
Hazard!
Possible injuries due to the grinders!
As long as your automatic coffee machine is switched on and connected to the power supply, the grinder
of your automatic coffee machine can start up and you may suffer injury.
> Do not reach into the coffee bean hopper of your coffee machine when the coffee machine is not
switched off and removed from the mains.
Caution!
Possible damage to your automatic coffee machine due to foreign bodies!
Foreign bodies that are present in the coffee bean hopper can damage the grinders.
> Make sure that no foreign bodies (e.g metal parts) are present in the coffee bean hopper.
> Pour only appropriate coffee beans into the coffee bean hopper. Do not use coffee beans aromatized
with syrup.
Cup volume: max. 250 g
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> Open the lid of the coffee bean hopper (1).
> Fill the hopper (1a) with coffee beans.
> Close the lid (1).
Initial setup
2.9
Initial setting
> Push the off/c button.
The commissioning program begins.
Set the language
language: english
OK: P
change: -/+
initial setting
of your WMF 1000 S
initial setting
of your WMF 1000pro S
Set the switch off time
sw. off time: 30 min
OK: P change: -/+
> Set the desired language with – or + .
> Confirm the language with P button.
The setup programme now guides you through the initial
settings.
> Set the time after which the machine automatically
switches off after the last beverage preparation
with – or + .
> Confirm your selection with P button.
For a setting at “0 Minutes”, the machine does not switch
off automatically.
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Initial setup
Energy saving modes
Eco-Mode: 2
OK: P change: -/+
You can choose between 4 energy saving modes.
> Please note the following information.
> Using the – or + , set the energy saving mode.
> Confirm your selection with P button.
Energy saving mode
Method of operation of the coffee machine
1
Both heaters are continuously ready for use.
Coffee, milk, milk foam and hot water can be dispensed without having to wait.
2
(Factory setting)
Hot water is held at operating temperature continuously.
Coffee, milk, milk foam and hot water can be dispensed without having to wait.
The steam heater goes to stand-by after 5 minutes.
Milk and milk foam can be dispensed after a short waiting period.
3
Both heaters go to stand-by after 5 minutes.
Coffee, milk, milk foam and hot water can be dispensed after a short waiting period.
4
The coffee heater goes to stand-by after 5 minutes. Coffee and hot water can be dispensed
after a short waiting period. The steam heater is off. No milk beverages can be made.
* Measuring method as per SAFE
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Initial setup
Set the time
time hh:mm
OK: P change: -/+
> Set the current time with
Set the date
date dd:mm:yyyy
OK: P change: -/+
> Set the current date with
Setting water hardness
Is water filter
being used?
water hardn.: 13-16
OK: P change: -/+
water filter: No
OK: P change: -/+
– or +
(hh = hours in two digits, mm = minutes in two digits).
> Confirm the time with P button.
– or +
(dd = day in two digits, mm = month in two digits,
yyyy = year in four digits).
> Confirm the date with P button.
> Set the result of the carbonate hardness test
with
–
or
+.
> Confirm the water hardness with
P
button.
> Using the
– or + , select whether you are using
- a 100 litre water filter,
- a 200 litre water filter,
- or no water filter
The scope of delivery includes a 100 litre water filter
(recommended above water hardness 5 °dKH).
> Confirm your selection with P button.
If water filter is set with “Yes”, filter is rinsed.
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Initial setup
Rinsing the water filter
place 3L container
under h. w. spout
heating up ...
17
> Place a collecting vessel with approximately 3 litres
capacity under the hot water spout.
While rinsing the filter, unusual noises are heard. This is
normal. The noises end during the filter rinse.
> Fill the water tank with cold tap water.
> Place the lid on the water tank.
> Slide the water tank gently into the automatic coffee
machine.
The machine subsequently heats up as shown in the
display.
After the machine is heated up, the coffee system is rinsed.
This warms up all the pipes.
> Place a collecting vessel under the All-in-One spout for
the rinse water.
The coffee system rinsing procedure lasts for about.
40 seconds.
Initial setup
At the end of the setup program, a test brew is carried out.
The Espresso button blinks.
> Place an appropriate drinking vessel under the All-In-One spout.
> Press the Espresso button.
The test brewing starts.
During this test brewing, coffee grinder is filled with coffee beans.
> Throw this first cup of coffee away.
your selection pls
8:15 E2 1.3.2011
The coffee machine is now ready for operation.
The selected Energy saving mode, for example “E2”, is
displayed.
All the settings can be changed now or later on.
For this, refer the chapter “3.6.4 Basic settings” on page 45.
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Operation
3
Operation
In this chapter, you can learn everything about the easy method of coffee preparation with the coffee
machine and how you can individually customize your coffee machine - entirely according to your
preference!
Hazard!
Possible risk of burns or scalding due to hot components or steam and hot liquids!
The All-In-One spout and the hot water spout are very hot while in operation and on contact can cause
burns. Hot beverages and escaping steam can scald you.
> Do not touch the All-In-One spout or hot water spout!
> Avoid contact with the escaping steam and handle the hot beverage with care.
3.1
Switching on or switching off the automatic coffee machine
While switching the automatic coffee machine on or off, the machine automatically starts a coffee
system rinse. This requires an adequate volume of water in the water tank at all times.
> Empty the drip tray regularly, since the rinse water is emptied into the drip tray through the
All-In-One spout. You can also place a collecting vessel under the All-in-One spout and collect the
rinsing water.
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Operation
3.1.1
Switching on
WELCOME
WMF 1000 S
From switch on to
operational readiness
in about 3 minutes
> Push the off/c button.
WELCOME
WMF 1000pro S
heating up...
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Your coffee machine heats up and performs coffee system
rinse. This warms up all the pipes.
> Place a collecting vessel (approx. 120 ml) under the
All-in-One spout for the rinsing water.
The coffee system rinsing procedure lasts for
about. 40 seconds.
Your automatic coffee machine is now ready for operation.
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Operation
3.1.2
Switching off
> Push the off/c button for at least 2 seconds.
Before switching off, an automatic coffee system rinse is performed. If beverages are prepared with milk,
then you are requested to perform a milk system rinse.
> Follow the display instructions for a milk system rinse.
The machine switches off.
3.1.3
Timer operation (automatic switch-on)
timer
OK: P change: -/+
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With the timer, you can automatically switch the coffee
machine on or off. To use the timer, the basic setting
“Switch-on time” must be set to active
beforehand.
> Briefly press the on-/off button.
> Set the switch-on time with the buttons – or + .
> Confirm your selection with P button.
The machine rinses and subsequently shifts to the timer
operation.
Operation
timer
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Manual switch on and
switch off for
timer operation
The display shows the switch-on time that has been
set. The current date and time is displayed, if these are
activated in the basic settings.
The button P -blinks. By pushing the P button you can
change the switch-on time, without having to start the
machine.
The machine automatically switches on at the set time.
> In order to manually switch the WMF 1000 S/WMF 1000pro S on in timer mode, briefly push the off/c
button.
Before the automatically set time, the machine in the timer operation immediately switches on again.
> In order to manually switch the WMF 1000 S/WMF 1000pro S off in timer mode, push the off/c
button for at least 2 seconds.
The machine is switched off and the timer is no longer active.
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Operation
3.2
Use milk
Milk is a very sensitive foodstuff. Always ensure cleanliness when using milk. Open the packing only with
clean hands and tools. Always ensure that the milk is germ-free.
We recommend that milk always be stored in a refrigerator and removed from it only for immediate use.
> Place the refrigerated milk on the right, next to the machine.
3.2.1
With the milk nozzle (only on WMF 1000 S)
On the WMF 1000 S use the milk with the milk nozzle. As an optional accessory you can also use the milk
lance on the WMF 1000 S. To do this, continue as per Chapter “3.2.2 With the milk lance” on page 24.
> Insert the appropriate milk nozzle:
- for refrigerated milk use the brown milk nozzle (fitted as delivered)
- for non-refrigerated milk use the transparent milk nozzle
The milk nozzle is connected firmly to the tube and can be removed only by twisting and pulling.
We recommend that the milk hose and the milk lance be inserted only for immediate use and not to
leave it in the milk for an extended period. The hose end with the milk nozzle should be long enough to
reach the bottom of the milk container so that the container can be completely emptied.
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Operation
3.2.2
With the milk lance
On the WMF 1000pro S use the milk with the milk lance. The milk lance is included with the delivery.
You can also use the milk lance on the WMF 1000 S as an alternative. Ask your dealer or order the milk
lance from www.wmf.de.
When using the WMF milk lance, the milk hose remains outside the milk container. You can store the milk
lance together with the milk container in the cooler after use. This means that the milk lance remains in
the milk container.
The milk lance is suitable for both refrigerated and non-refrigerated milk.
> Place the milk hose with the pre-assembled milk nozzle onto the connector (6a) on the milk lance (6b).
You can shorten the milk hose when using the milk lance in the following manner:
> Slide the outlet downwards completely.
> Cut the milk hose so that the length, measured from the outlet of the tube on the right hand side of
the machine, is at least 18 cm.
> After cutting, place the milk nozzle back onto the milk hose.
Continue as follows:
> Pierce the Tetra-Pak with the milk lance or place it in the milk container.
Further instructions for using the milk lance can be found on the packaging.
> After use, clean the milk lance with the cleaning brush provided or in the dishwasher. Kink the top of
the cleaning brush over slightly to allow cleaning.
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Operation
3.3
Preparing beverages
In this chapter you will discover how to prepare your beverages at the touch of a button and how you
can fine tune your taste experience with the comfort functions of the control panel.
The way to make coffee beverages is described in Chapter 3.3.1 on page 26.
The way to adjust the volume of the next beverage is described in Chapter 3.3.2 on page 28.
The way to make coffee beverages is described in Chapter 3.3.1 on page 29.
The way to make a full pot of coffee is described in Chapter 3.3.4 on page 30.
The way to adjust the volume of the next beverage is described in Chapter 3.3.2 on page 31.
The way to make coffee via the ground coffee hopper is described in Chapter 3.3.6 on page 31.
The way to make coffee beverages is described in Chapter 3.3.1 on page 33.
The way to make coffee beverages is described in Chapter 3.3.1 on page 34.
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Operation
3.3.1
Coffee specialities at the touch of a button
> Place an appropriate drinking vessel under the All-In-One spout.
> Adjust the All-In-one spout to suit the height of the drinking vessel.
> Select your beverage by pressing the beverage button.
You can interrupt the beverage preparation at any time using the off/c button.
Espresso,
Café Creme
> If you want an Espresso, push the top left button.
> If you want a Café Crème, push the top right button.
1 x briefly: 1x Espresso
1 x briefly: 1x Café Crème
2 x briefly: 2x Espresso
2 x briefly: 2x Café Crème
1 x long: 1x Ristretto
1 x long: 1 mug Café Crème
The name of the chosen beverage appears on the display.
The coffee beans are ground. The selected beverage is prepared.
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Operation
Cappuccino,
Latte Macchiato
> If you want a Cappuccino, push the bottom left button.
> If you want a Latte Macchiato, push the bottom right button.
1 x briefly: 1x Cappuccino
1 x briefly: 1x Latte Macchiato
2 x briefly: 2x Cappuccino
2 x briefly: 2x Latte
Macchiato
1 x long: 1x Cafe Latte
1 x long: 1x Espresso Macchiato
The name of the chosen beverage appears on the display.
The coffee beans are ground. The selected beverage is prepared.
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Operation
3.3.2
Quick selection of cup size
The volume of the next cup can be stipulated before starting to prepare the beverage. The taste will
therefor remain the same.
You set the size of cup for the next beverage using the cup size rapid selection. You can also change the
permanent setting of the cup size. See Chapter “3.6.1 Permanent setting of the cup size” on page 35.
> Push the button for cup size rapid selection for longer than 2 seconds and push the:
- for a large cup: briefly +
- for a small cup: briefly –
- for the pot function 2x briefly
+
(see Chapter “3.3.4 Pot function” on page 30)
medium: corresponds to the permanant setting of cup size
large: corresponds to approx. 130% of your permanent beverage setting
small: corresponds to approx. 70% of your permanant beverage setting
The setting can be cancelled by using off/c.
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Operation
3.3.3
Cup warming WMF Steam-Jet
The WMF Steam-Jet finally sees the end of cold coffee cups. At the push of a button, hot steam flows
slowly from below into the drinking vessel - to ensure coffee enjoyment at exactly the right temperature!
Hazard!
Possible danger of burns!
Hot steam is delivered and the drinking vessel can get very hot!
> Do not use the cup warmer without a drinking vessel and never without the drip tray in place.
> Use heat-resistant drinking vessels.
> Do not use the cup warmer without the associated saucer insert.
> Never leave children near the machine without supervision.
The WMF 1000 S is fitted with the WMF Steam-Jet single, cup warmer for a single cup.
> Place a drinking vessel with the opening facing downwards on to the Steam-Jet.
The WMF 1000pro S is fitted with the WMF Steam-Jet double, cup warmer for up to two cups.
> Place one or two drinking vessels with the opening facing downwards on to the Steam-Jet, so that
both steam openings are covered.
The Steam-Jet is operated in the same way on the WMF 1000 S and the WMF 1000pro S:
> Press the button with the cup warming symbol for longer than 2 seconds.
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Operation
cup preheater
ATTENTION! hot!
Hot steam slowly flows from below into the drinking vessel.
The flow of steam ends automatically when the button is
released, latest however after 8 seconds.
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Your automatic coffee machine is now ready for operation.
3.3.4
Pot function
Using the pot function you can make a full pot of Café Crème.
> Press the cup size rapid selection button for longer than 2 seconds.
> Press
+
2x briefly.
The Cafe Creme beverage button lights up.
> Push the All-In-One spout upwards.
> Place the WMF coffee pot under the spout.
You can now make 2, 4, 6, or 8 cups of Cafe Creme.
> Follow the display instructions.
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Operation
3.3.5
Set the coffee strength for the next beverage
Prior to each coffee preparation, you can decide on the desired strength of your next coffee speciality.
> Set the desired coffee strength with – or + .
Following coffee strengths are available for selection:
- Mild (about 15 % weaker than the saved setting)
- Normal (corresponds to your setting)
- Strong (about 15 % stronger than the saved setting)
3.3.6
Coffee preparation using ground coffee
In addition to the coffee bean hopper, you can prepare a second type of coffee (for example, a
decaffeinated coffee) using the ground coffee feed chute.
Caution!
Possible malfunction of your automatic coffee machine!
Improperly ground coffee or water soluble coffee powder can block the feed chute in your automatic
coffee machine.
> Use only ground coffee in the ground coffee insert (maximum 15 g per preparation).
> Do not use water-soluble instant coffee.
> Do not use finely ground coffee.
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Operation
> Place an appropriate drinking vessel under the All-In-One spout.
> Open the lid of the ground coffee hopper (2).
The display notifies:
insert coff. grounds
select beverage
Cup volume: max. 15 g
> Pour the ground coffee (adequate for a brewing cycle of about 9 g) in the ground coffee insert (2a).
> Close the lid (2).
> Select your beverage using the beverage buttons (one cup).
The procedure can be cancelled with the off/c button.
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Operation
3.3.7
Preparing milk and milk foam
The coffee machine prepares hot milk and milk foam at the touch of a button.
Non-foamed hot milk:
> Place an appropriate drinking vessel under the All-In-One spout.
Slide the All-In-One spout to the top position.
If you forget this step on the WMF 1000 S, you will be reminded by the display.
> Briefly press the milk button.
A mug of hot milk is prepared.
After the milk is dispensed, the All-in-One spout shall again be pushed slightly downwards.
Milk foam
> Place an appropriate drinking vessel under the All-In-One spout.
> Only on the WMF 1000 S (not the WMF 1000pro S): Push the All-In-One spout slightly downwards.
> Press and hold the milk button till the desired quantity of hot milk foam is prepared.
Tip: Milk or milk foam can drip a little after dispensing. It is best to hold your cup for a little while longer
after dispensing under the All-In-One spout, or place a small collecting vessel under the spout.
Tip: Milk can also drip, if the milk container is full and at the same time the All-In-One spout is in a lower
position. Push the spout slightly upwards after the beverage is dispensed.
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Operation
3.3.8
Hot water dispensing
You can dispense hot water, for example, for tea, with the help of Hot Water function.
> Place a suitable drinking vessel under the hot water spout.
> Briefly press the Hot Water button to obtain one glass of hot water.
For obtaining hot water in variable quantities:
> Press and hold the Hot Water button till the desired quantity of hot water is prepared.
3.4
Cancel beverage preparation
You can cancel the current beverage dispense:
> Push the off/c button.
For beverages with more than one component such as coffee and milk:
> Press the beverage button once again to cancel the active dispense.
The next component is dispensed.
3.5
Tips to save energy
> Set the most economical energy saving mode (see “Energy saving mode” on page 15).
> Switch the WMF 1000 S/1000pro S off when it is not being used. Your WMF 1000 S/1000pro S will
not consume any power then.
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Operation
> Your WMF 1000 S/1000pro S switches off automatically after 30 minutes. Reduce the automatic
switch off time (“Set the switch off time” on page 14).
> Descale your WMF 1000 S/1000pro S regularly. Scale residues will lead to increased energy
consumption. (Chapter “4.2.6 Descale coffee machine” on page 61).
3.6
Carry out the settings
By setting the Cup size, you can adjust the quantity of the beverage for your cup size (Chapter. “3.6.1
Permanent setting of the cup size” on page 35). With the beverage settings, you can individually change
the recipe of your coffee (“3.6.2 Beverage settings” on page 37).
The basic settings are related to the settings for the display and the operation of the coffee machine
(Chapter “3.6.4 Basic settings” on page 45). Besides, you can set the grinding grade (chapter “3.6.3
Grinding grade setting: Perfect Extraction System” on page 40).
Preparation test
When you make the settings, you can start a preparation test with the new values at any time.
> Place an appropriate drinking vessel under the All-In-One spout.
> Once again press the beverage button of the adjusted beverage.
The beverage is prepared with the adjusted settings.
3.6.1
Permanent setting of the cup size
Here, you have the option to adjust the cup volume to your cup size. But the recipe remains the same.
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Operation
If you wish to adapt the volume of the next beverage delivery, proceed as per chapter “3.3.2 Quick
selection of cup size” on page 28.
If you wish to permanently change the volume to suit your cup size, proceed as follows:
Press
Select the cup size
P
button.
select program
browse: +
cup size
OK: P change: -/+
> Browse with
+
for basic settings.
> Confirm your selection with P .button.
> With the help of the beverage button, select the
beverage for which you want to adjust the cup volume
with the cup size.
Adjust the
cup volume
cup volume: 100%
OK: P change: -/+
> Adjust the cup volume to the cup size with the
buttons – or + .
The cup volume is displayed in %. 100% corresponds to the
default setting.
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Operation
cup volume: 100%
OK: P Test:beverage cup
> If necessary, carry out a test preparation (“Preparation
test” on page 35).
> Confirm the cup volume with
cup volume: 100%
OK: P change: -/+
3.6.2
P
button.
> If necessary, change the cup volume.
> Confirm the cup volume with P button.
Beverage settings
Here, the recipe for your coffee specialties are set according your personal coffee preferences.
You can adjust the following settings:
- Water volume
- Coffee strength
- Volume of milk/volume of foam
- Sequence of dispensing milk and coffee
- Pre brew (for perfect aroma)
On the WMF 1000 S you can also adjust the rest time for Latte Macchiato. This means that the milk is
separated from the milk foam and from the Espresso to produce the layering effect of the Latte Macchiato.
The WMF 1000pro S automatically switches from milk to milk foam during preparation of the Latte
Macchiato to produce the layering effect of the Latte Macchiato.
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Operation
> Press
Select the beverage
setting
P
button.
select program
browse: +
beverage settings
OK: P change: -/+
> Browse with
+
for beverage setting.
> Confirm your selection with
P
button.
> Select the beverage for which you want to change the
taste and the composition with the help of beverage
buttons.
Adjust the water
volume
water volume: 35 ml
OK: P Test:bev.btn.
> Set the desired water volume with – or + .
> If necessary, carry out a test preparation (“Preparation
test” on page 35).
> Confirm the water volume with
Adjust the coffee
strength
strength: 100 %
OK: P change: -/+
P
button.
> Set the desired coffee strength with
– or + .
The ground quantity varies according to the grinding
grade setting, the used types of coffee, the humidity and
several other influences. The factory setting for Espresso
corresponds to approximately 9 grams.
> If necessary, carry out a test preparation (“Preparation
test” on page 35).
> Confirm the coffee strength with P button.
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Operation
foam volume: 14 sec.
OK: P change: -/+
The setting is applicable for coffee beverages with milk or
milk foam.
> Set the desired coffee strength with – or + .
The volume of foam depends on the type of milk, the
temperature of the milk and the milk nozzle being used.
> If necessary, carry out a test preparation (“Preparation
test” on page 35).
> Confirm the foam volume with P button.
milk volume: 28 sec.
OK: P change: -/+
The setting is applicable for coffee beverages with milk or
milk foam.
> Set the desired milk volume with – or + .
The milk volume varies according to the used milk, milk
temperature and selected milk nozzle.
> If necessary, carry out a test preparation (“Preparation
test” on page 35).
> Confirm the milk volume with P button.
rest period: 15 sec.
OK: P change: -/+
> Set the rest period between milk delivery and milk foam
Foam volume
adapting
Milk volume
adapting
delivery with
–
or
+.
> Confirm the rest period with
Rest period for
Latte Macchiato
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P
button.
Operation
sequ.: coffee-milk
OK: P change: -/+
Pre brew: on
OK: P change: -/+
Pre brew
> Set the sequence of dispensing coffee and milk
with
–
or
+.
> Confirm the sequence with
P
button.
Pre brew: Before brewing, the ground coffee is dampened
with hot water. This causes the ground coffee to swell up
and the aroma of many types of coffee can develop better.
> Set the pre brew function on or off with – or + .
> If necessary, carry out a test preparation (“Preparation
test” on page 35).
> Confirm your setting with P button.
At www.wmf.de, you can find useful tips and tricks for enjoying a perfect cup of coffee.
3.6.3
Grinding grade setting: Perfect Extraction System
The grinding grade, in addition to the volume of the ground coffee, influences the “fullness” of the
flavour and the formation and consistency of the cream. The finer the grind of the coffee, the more
of the constituents of the coffee will be dissolved. Set the optimum grinding grade to suit the type of
coffee you are using with the WMF Perfect-Extraction-System.
Check grinding grade
> Push button P briefly.
> Place a collection vessel under the All-In-One spout to collect the rinsing water from the coffee
system rinse.
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Operation
grinding adjustment
OK: P change: -/+
> Use the button + to scroll to grinding grade adjustment
> Confirm the selection with P .
Automatic coffee system rinsing starts.
brewing test
test grinding grade
A brewing test starts directly and the grinding grade is
checked.
> Place a drinking vessel under the All-in-One spout.
A decisive factor for the aroma is also the brewing pressure that is produced in combination with the
grinding grade.
• coarse grinding grade t lower brewing pressure t milder aroma
• finer grinding grade t higher brewing pressure t stronger aroma
min.
pressure
■■■■■■■
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max.
The brewing pressure is shown as a bar diagram during the
brewing test/grinding grade check.
The result of the grinding grade check is shown in the
display after a few seconds.
Optimum brewing pressure is indicated when the bar
diagram indicates 2/3 to 3/4.
Operation
grinding grade OK
test: P end: C
grinding too coarse
test: P end: C
If the grinding grade is set correctly, the brewing pressure
is in the optimum range.
The message “Grinding grade OK” appears.
> Then confirm the grinding grade setting with off/c.
If necessary, the grinding grade can be adapted to suit.
If the grinding grade is too coarse, the coffee will run out
quickly, the cream is light in colour and small in volume
and the aroma is flat.
The message “Grinding grade too coarse” appears.
> Adapt the grinding grade using the Multitool (see “Set
the grinding degree” on page 44).
> Place a drinking vessel under the All-in-One spout.
> To test the new setting, push P .
Two new brewing tests start one after the other. The
brewing pressure is shown as a bar diagram during the
second brewing test.
The result of the grinding grade check is shown in the
display after a few seconds.
> If the grinding grade setting is ok, confirm with off/c.
If necessary, the grinding grade can be adapted (see “Set
the grinding degree” on page 44).
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grinding too fine
test: P end: C
If the grinding grade is too fine the delivery stream is
irregular, flow problems can arise and the ground coffee
blocks the sieve or brewing unit.
The message “Grinding grade too fine” appears.
> Adapt the grinding grade using the Multitool (see “Set
the grinding degree” on page 44).
> Place a drinking vessel under the All-in-One spout.
> To test the new setting, push P .
Two new brewing tests start one after the other. The
brewing pressure is shown as a bar diagram during the
second brewing test.
The result of the grinding grade check is shown in the
display after a few seconds.
> If the grinding grade setting is ok, confirm with off/c.
If necessary, the grinding grade can be adapted (see “Set
the grinding degree” on page 44).
If you change the type of beans, the result of the brewing test can be different. For this reason, we
would advise you to re-set the grinding grade when you change the type of beans.
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Set the grinding
degree
Caution!
Possible malfunction due to false setting of the grinding grade!
The setting of the grinding grade of your automatic coffee machine in idle mode can lead to the grinder
being set too tight and cannot start.
> Set the degree of grinding for your coffee machine only when the grinder is in operation.
> Do not forcefully overwind the stop!
> Open the coffee bean hopper (1)
> Insert the Multitool (1a) into the grinding grade setting (1b) on the left hand side of the coffee
machine.
Grinding should be finer:
> Push the Multitool downwards and turn the Multitool (1c) in a counter-clockwise direction.
Grinding should be coarser:
> Push the Multitool downwards and turn the Multitool (1c) in a clockwise direction.
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3.6.4
Basic settings
Following settings can be adjusted:
Basic settings
Language*
Switch off time*
Switch-on time
Eco-Modes (energy saving mode)*
Brewing temperature
Illumination
Office functions
Warm up rinsing
Time*
Date*
Display of time/date
Water hardness*
Water filter*
Special information tone
Contrast display
Factory settings
The basic settings marked with a * have already been set during the commissioning. However, you can subsequently change these values too.
The description for this can be found under the chapter “2.9 Initial setting” on page 14.f.
In order to adjust the basic settings, proceed as follows:
> Press P button.
Select the basic
settings
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select program
browse: +
> Browse with
+
for basic settings.
Operation
Automatic
switch-on time
Brewing temperature
Basic setting: 92 °C
Illumination
basic settings
OK: P change: -/+
> Confirm your selection with P .
switch-on time: on
OK: P change: -/+
> Set the pre brew function on or off with
brewing temp. 92 °C
OK: P change: -/+
> Set the desired brewing temperature with
> Confirm your selection with P button.
illumination: On
OK: P change: -/+
– or +
(chapter “3.1.3 Timer operation (automatic switch-on)”
on page 21).
> Confirm your selection with P .
–
or
+.
> Adjust the illumination of the cup platform with
– or + . You can adjust the illumination permanently or
just for beverage delivery.
> If you want to switch the illumination off, set to “off”
using – or + .
> Confirm the setting with P button.
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Operation
Office functions specially for the office
offi ce functions
OK: P change: -/+
3rd beverage Level: yes
OK: P change: -/+
milk beverages: yes
OK: P change: -/+
Warm up rinsing
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warm up rinsing: off
OK: P change: -
You can deactivate functions of the beverage buttons
using the office settings, to make operation of the machine
easier, particularly in an office environment.
> Set the office functions with – or + .
> Confirm your selection with P .
The 3rd. beverage level is the function “long push” for the
beverage buttons (see the overview table concerning the
beverage buttons at the start of this manual).
Set the 3rd beverage level on or off with – or + .
> Confirm your selection with P .
> Use
– or + to set whether you want coffee beverages
with milk.
> Confirm your selection with P .
If “no” is set, only beverages without milk are active.
> Use the
– or + buttons to set whether warm up rinsing
should be carried out when you brew an Espresso again
after an interval in dispensing.
> Place a collecting vessel under the All-in-One spout.
> Confirm your selection with P .
> Start the rinsing with the care button.
Operation
Allow display of
date/time?
date / time: on
OK: P change: -/+
> Set the display of date and time on or off with
> Confirm your selection with P button.
Sound
sound: on
OK: P change: -/+
> Switch on or off the sound by pressing the control keys
and beverage buttons with
> Confirm your selection with
–
P
–
or
+.
or + .
button.
Display contrast
display contrast
OK: P change: -/+
> Set the display contrast with – or + .
> Confirm your selection with P button.
Factory setting
factory sett.: no
OK: P change: -/+
All the basic settings and beverage settings are reset to
factory setting with the setting of “Yes”.
> Set the factory setting to “Yes” with – or + .
> Confirm your selection with P button.
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Operation
Select the
counters
3.7
Reading counter readings
> Press
P
button.
select program
browse: +
Counters
OK: P browse: -/+
Allow display of the
number of prepared
beverages?
Reset counters?
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Espresso 269
browse: -/+
reset all counters
No: C
Yes: P
> Browse with
+
for counters.
> Confirm your selection with
> Browse with
–
or
+
P
button.
to display the number of beverages
prepared.
> Reset the counters with
P
button.
or
> retain the counters with
C
button.
Care
4
Care
The care of your coffee machine is especially important so that your coffee is always prepared perfectly.
The display notifies you about how soon the coffee machine must be rinsed, cleaned or descaled. Only
10 seconds time are needed to clean the machine before you switch it off.
4.1
Care overview
Steps for care
Warm up rinse / Coffee system rinse
Rinse milk system WMF Connect & Clean
Care interval
- Automatic for each switch on and switch off.
- If necessary
- 20 minutes after the preparation
of beverages with milk.
- at the latest, while switching off.
Clean the milk system
- weekly
Clean the machine - Cleaning programme
- every 14 days
Replace water filter
Descale the machine
Cleaning the brewing unit and brewing chamber
- After a request in the display
(depending on water hardness and water
flow rate, at the latest after 3 months)
- according to the request in display (dependent on
water hardness, water flow rate and water filter).
- weekly,
for less than 25 brewing cycles per week
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Care
Steps for care
Care interval
Cleaning the coffee grounds container
- According to the request in display
(dependent on the number of brewings).
Clean the water tank
- weekly
Empty drip tray
- daily
Clean the bean hopper
- weekly
Clean machine housing
- weekly
After 10000 brewings, it is recommended that the maintenance of the device be carried out by the
WMF Servicecenter. An instruction appears in the display while switching on. The instruction is repeated
after sometime.
4.2
Customer Care programmes
Adequate water is required in the water tank is required for automatic rinsing of the coffee system.
The rinse water is collected in the drip tray.
> Empty the drip tray regularly or place a container under the All-in-One spout during the rinse.
After each brewing cycle, during the heating up phase and during the customer care programmes,
so-called release water runs into the drip tray. This rinses any remaining coffee from the pipes. This is a
completely normal procedure and not an error in the automatic coffee machine.
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Hazard!
Possible health hazard due to cleaning agents or descaling agents.
Cleaning agents and descaling agents are irritants and become very hot while executing the cleaning
programmes. Cleaning agents and descaling agents can affect your health. Cleaning agents and descaling
agents can damage the plastic parts of the automatic coffee machine and other articles and textiles.
> Use only the WMF cleaning agents and descaling agents.
> Avoid any contact with cleaning agents or descaling agents.
> Keep the cleaning agents and descaling agents away from children.
> Never ingest cleaning and de-scaling agents or mix them with other cleaning and de-scaling agents or
other chemicals.
> Even if you are only breaking off from the cleaning activity briefly, wash your hands after cleaning
your coffee machine.
> Do not eat or drink during the cleaning programmes.
> Ensure that there is adequate ventilation when the cleaning programmes are running.
Caution!
Possible health hazard!
Neglecting the cleaning of milk unit, the water tank or using inappropriate cleaning agents or descaling
agents can affect your health.
> Clean your coffee machine at regular intervals, with the help of the cleaning programmes, immediately
after the request on the display.
> Use only the WMF cleaning agents and descaling agents.
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4.2.1
Calling up the customer care programmes
> Press the care button for longer than 2 seconds.
Select
care programs
select care program
OK: P browse: -/+
> Use the care button to scroll to the desired customer
care program.
> Select the displayed program with the
P
button.
Information on the function and application of customer care programmes are give as follows.
4.2.2 Warm up rinsing
The pipes of the coffee machine are rinsed with hot water. The water is drained out via the
All-In-One spout. The warm up rinse is recommended when the machine has not been used for a
considerable period of time (at least 10 minutes) This makes the beverage hotter.
Warm up rinsing
warm up rinsing
OK: P browse: -/+
> Call the customer care programs (chapter “4.2 Customer
Care programmes” on page 51).
> Place a collecting vessel under the All-in-One spout.
> Confirm your selection with P .
> Start the rinsing with the care button
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4.2.3 WMF Connect & Clean milk system rinse
The WMF Connect & Clean milk system rinse is unique worldwide; it allows you to easily maintain perfect
beverages with milk and thus, make consistently enjoyable coffee.
Tip: Before switching off, place the milk hose in the hot water spout and start the milk system rinsing by
pushing the button. The machine subsequently switches off automatically.
Hazard!
Possible scalding due to hot rinsing water!
If the milk hose is not fully screwed in it can work loose. Hot rinsing water can come out. After rinsing,
some hot water will remain in the milk hose.
> Always screw the milk hose fully in position.
> After rinsing, hold the open end of the milk hose over the drip tray so that the remaining hot water
can run out.
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Milk system rinsing
milk system rinsing
OK: P browse: -/+
> Push the All-In-One spout to the upper
most position.
> Select the milk system rinsing with
P button.
The display notifies the individual activities that must be
completed before the rinse.
> Place a collecting vessel under the All-In-One spout.
> Wipe the outside of the milk hose with a clean damp
cloth.
> Place the milk hose with the milk nozzle on the hot
water spout (a).
> Turn the milk hose in clockwise direction to the point of
stop.
> Start the milk system rinsing with P button.
The milk system is rinsed with hot water and the water is emptied via the All-In-One spout. The
All-In-One spout is cleaned via a pulse of steam.
Tip: Unscrew the tube from the hot water spout during the steam impulse to ensure that the remaining
water in the tube can flow out automatically.
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lower spout into
beverage position
4.2.4
> Push the All-In-One spout slightly downwards.
Machine-cleaning - Cleaning programme
Hazard!
Possible health hazard due to accidental ingestion of cleaning solution!
Cleaning agents and descaling agents that are dispensed during the cleaning programme of your automatic coffee machine can affect your health.
> Ensure that nobody drinks the cleaning solution that is dispensed.
Machine cleaning
machine cleaning
OK: P browse: -/+
> Call the customer care programs (chapter“4.2.1 Calling
up the customer care programmes” on page 53).
> Browse the Machine-cleaning.
> Start the machine cleaning with
P
button.
Duration of the cleaning
program: 7 minutes
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empty drip tray
> Follow the instructions in the display.
refill water tank
place 2L container
under spouts
insert tablet
into
coffee
grounds slot
>
>
>
>
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Place a suitable vessel (at least 2 litres capacity) under the All-In-One spout.
Open the lid (2) on the ground coffee inlet.
Place a cleaning tablet (2a) along with the yellow sponge in the ground coffee insert.
Close the lid (2).
Care
start:
P
Duration of the cleaning
program: 7 minutes
cleaning in progress
time remain: 7 min.
> Start with the
P
button.
The cleaning program starts.
A minute countdown indicates how long the cleaning will
last. The machine-cleaning ends after 7 minutes.
The display calls for a manual milk system cleaning. This
display disappears after pressing the C button.
After 250 brews or 14 days, the request for machine-cleaning appears on the display. When requested to
do so, clean the machine regularly using the WMF cleaning tablets. This will ensure perfect function
n and
consistent ccoffee enjoyment. Exclusion of warranty for defects caused by an irregular cleaning.
Tip: If you would like to be reminded about a specific day for the cleaning process, simply perform the
cleaning on the desired day after the last beverage is dispensed. In future, every week, a cleaning request
is displayed on this day.
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4.2.5
Replace water filter
This program appears when you use a water filter and the usage has been confirmed during the initial
settings (chapter “2.5 Insert the WMF water filter” on page 10).
However, depending on the water hardness and the water flow, at least after 3 months, a display
requesting to change the water filter, appears. If you do not replace the water filter you must deactivate
the use of the water filter under basic settings. In this case you must always remove the old water filter
and the filter adapter.
filter exchange
OK: P browse: -/+
Replace water filter
> Call the customer care programs (“4.2.1 Calling up the
customer care programmes” on page 53).
> Browse to filter change with the help of
> Start filter change with the P button.
remove water tank
–
or
+.
> Take out the water tank from the automatic coffee
machine.
remove old filter
place new filter
>
>
>
>
>
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> Exchange the old filter for a new one as described under
the chapter “2.5 Insert the WMF water filter” on page 10.
Fill the water tank with cold tap water.
Place the lid on the water tank.
Slide the water tank gently into the automatic coffee machine.
Press the button P .
Place a 3 litre collecting container under the hot water spout.
Care
Rinsing water filter
filter rinsing
rinsing filter ...
time remain: 4 min.
> Start the filter rinsing with the care button.
The filter rinsing program starts.
A minute countdown indicates how long the rinsing will
last. Filter rinse process ends after 4 minutes.
While rinsing the filter, unusual noises are produced by the escaping air. This is normal. The noises end
during the filter rinse. During further operation, everything sounds normal again.
your selection pls
8:15 1.3.2011
The ready display appears after rinsing.
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4.2.6
Descale coffee machine
Hazard!
Possible health hazard due to accidental ingestion of cleaning solution!
Cleaning agent and descaling agent that are dispensed during the cleaning programme of your automatic
coffee machine can affect your health.
> After cleaning, rinse it with clear drinking water so that no cleaning solution remains in your automatic
coffee machine.
> Then empty the water tank of your automatic coffee machine.
> Ensure that nobody drinks the cleaning solution that is dispensed.
When the coffee machine needs to be descaled, a request for the same appears in the display. The timing
depends on the hardness of the water and the throughput of water, and on whether you use a water
filter. You can postpone the de-scaling with C , but you need to de-scale within the next 50 brewing
processes. Otherwise, beverage dispensing will be blocked. The block is cleared after a descaling
procedure.
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> Press the release button (10a) at the back of the All-In-One-spout and pull the milk foamer (10b) off
downwards.
> Detach the milk hose (6) from the milk foamer (10b).
> Remove the milk hose (6).
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Descale automatic
coffee machine
machine descaling
OK: P browse: -/+
Remove the water
filter
descaling ...
time remain: 37 min.
> Call the customer care programs (“4.2.1 Calling up the
customer care programmes” on page 53).
Browse with – or + to machine de-scaling.
Confirm your selection with P button.
Empty the drip tray.
Remove the water tank from the automatic coffee
machine.
> Remove the filter cartridge and the filter adapter if a
water filter is used.
> Pour a whole bottle of WMF liquid descaling agent
(750 ml) into the water tank.
> Fill the water tank with water and cover it with the lid.
> Place a large collecting vessel (minimum 3 litres) under
the All-In-One spout and the hot water spout.
> Start the machine descaling with the care button.
Descaling starts and shall not be interrupted at any point.
>
>
>
>
A minute countdown indicates how long the descaling
will last. Entire duration of descaling lasts for about
37 minutes.
Following displays appear after about. 30 minutes:
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empty water tank
OK: P
> Empty the water tank.
> Rinse the water tank thoroughly with clear water.
> Press P button.
refill water tank
OK: P
> Fill the water tank with cold drinking water.
> Place the lid on the water tank.
> Slide the water tank gently into the automatic coffee
machine.
> Press the care button to continue the descaling.
descaling ...
time remain: 1 min.
A minute countdown shows the remaining time of the
descaling process.
Immediately after descaling, a machine-cleaning is requested. The procedure is described under
“4.2.4 Machine-cleaning - Cleaning programme” on page 56.
>
>
>
>
Replace the water filter in the water tank (chapter “2.5 Insert the WMF water filter” on page 10).
Replace the milk foamer and milk hose.
Fill the water tank with clear, cold tap water.
Slide the water tank gently into the automatic coffee machine.
The coffee machine heats up. Steam and condensed water escape during this process.
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4.3
Manual cleaning
4.3.1
Clean the brewing unit
The hygiene of your WMF 1000 S/ WMF 1000pro S is of particular importance to us. Hence, the brewing
unit is detachable and the interior of the machine is easily accessible for cleaning.
Hazard!
Possible burn injuries while cleaning!
The brewing unit of our automatic coffee machine is very hot while under operation and can cause burns.
> Clean the brewing unit of your coffee machine on a regular basis.
> Allow the brewing unit to completely cool down before starting the cleaning procedure.
> Switch the coffee machine off with the off/c button (push for at least 2 seconds).
> Remove the mains plug.
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If it is difficult to remove the
brewer, the O-Rings must be
lubricated.
> Open the lid of the brewer (3).
> Release the brewing unit (3a).
> Pull the brewing unit (3b) upwards out of the brew chute. Use both the gripping lugs for pulling it out (3a).
(“4.4.2 Lubricating O-Ring of
the Water tank” on page 76)
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> Turn the thread (3d) on the brewing unit head (3e) with the multitool in the anticlockwise direction.
The scraper (3g) folds out forward and the brewing filter is now visible.
> Clean the brewing unit (3e) under running water.
> Clean the brewing sieve (3h and 3i) under running water.
Caution!
Possible damage to the brewing unit!
The brewing unit of your automatic coffee machine can be damaged due to cleaning agent or by cleaning
it in a dishwasher.
> Use only water for cleaning the brewing unit.
> Never clean the brewing unit in a dishwasher.
> Dry the brewing unit with a cloth.
> Allow the brewing unit to dry completely before replacing it in the machine.
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> Pull out the water tank (7) and the coffee grounds container (11).
> Remove the residues of ground coffee in both the openings (7a, 11a), for example, with a vacuum cleaner.
> Turn the thread on the brewing unit head with the Multitool in a clockwise direction until the black
scraper folds in again.
> Insert the dried brewing unit till the lock clicks into place.
> Close the lid of the brewer.
Caution!
Possible damage to your automatic coffee machine!
> Never force the brewing unit into your automatic coffee machine.
> When the brewing unit sticks, turn the thread at the brewing unit head slightly to the left or right with
the Multitool.
Tip: If the brewing unit cannot be replace properly, consult the troubleshooting section on page 87.
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4.3.2 General cleaning
Caution!
Possible damage to the water tank, the drip tray or the coffee grounds container!
Due to the thermal effect in the dishwasher, the water tank, drip tray and coffee grounds container can be
deformed.
> Therefore, never clean the water tank, the drip tray and the coffee grounds container in the dishwasher.
> Clean the housing only with mild cleaning agents.
Grounds container and
water tank cleaning
> Empty the coffee grounds container and rinse it with water.
> Make sure that the All-In-One spout is in the bottom-most position and that the milk hose is not
located in front of the grounds container.
> Follow the chapter “2.4 Clean the water tank” on page 9.
Heavy calcium deposits can be removed with the WMF descaling agent. After descaling, the water tank
must be thoroughly rinsed to removed the descaling residues.
Clean the drip tray and
the drip tray grid
Clean the
bean hopper
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>
>
>
>
Remove the drip tray from the automatic coffee machine.
Empty the drip tray.
Rinse the drip tray and drip tray grid with water.
Re-insert the drip tray.
> Switch the coffee machine off with the off/c button (push for at least 2 seconds).
> Remove the mains plug.
> Clean the empty bean hopper with a dry, lint-free cloth.
Care
Clean the housing and
control panel
> Switch the coffee machine off with the off/c button (push for at least 2 seconds).
> Remove the mains plug.
> Clean the housing with a damp cloth.
4.3.3 Clean the milk system
In domestic use we recommend cleaning the milk system once a week.
> Remove the water tank from the machine.
> Remove the milk hose from the milk container or release it from the milk lance.
> Remove the milk hose from the guide.
Dismantling parts
> Press the release button (10a) at the back of the All-In-One spout.
> Pull the milk foamer (10b) off downwards.
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> Detach the milk hose (6) from the milk foamer (10b).
> Detach the milk nozzle (6a).
> Detach the upper and lower part (10e) of the milk foamer from one another by pressing the part of
the milk foamer with the spout downwards on a solid surface.
> Detach the milk hose connection (10f) from the milk hose (6) and from the milk foamer
> Unscrew the air inlet tube (10c) from the milk foamer and unscrew the black cap (10d) from the air
inlet tube.
Dismantling parts
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>
>
>
>
>
Press the release button (10a) at the back of the All-In-One spout.
Pull the milk foamer (10b) off downwards.
Detach the milk hose (6) from the milk foamer (10b).
Detach the milk nozzle (6a).
Detach the upper and lower part (10e) of the milk foamer from one another by pressing the part of
the milk foamer with the spout downwards on a solid surface.
Care
Using milk system
cleaner
> Fill the dispensing chamber (a) of the WMF milk system cleaner, by holding the closed bottle upright
and pressing it. The bottle must be definitely held closed.
Hazard!
Hazard of eye injury!
In case of eye contract, the WMF milk system cleaner can lead to serious eye injuries.
> Ensure that the WMF Milk system cleaner never comes in contact with the eyes of humans or animals.
a
b
Reassembling the
parts
>
>
>
>
>
>
Open the lid of WMF Milk system cleaner.
Mix one measuring cap of WMF milk system cleaner and 200 ml water in a container.
Place all parts of the milk system in the cleaning solution for minimum 5 hours or overnight.
Finally, rinse all the parts thoroughly under running water.
Clean the beverage spouts with the brushes provided (b).
Dry the parts with a cloth and allow it to dry completely before the assembly.
> Assemble the milk foamer (connect the upper and lower part together, attach the milk hose).
> Screw the air inlet tube (10c) onto the milk foamer and screw the black cap
(10d) onto the air inlet tube.
> Insert the milk foamer into the All-In-One spout from below.
> Push the All-In-One spout downwards.
> Lay the milk hose in the guide and place the milk nozzle and, if necessary, also the milk lance back on
the hose (see chapter “2.6 Installing milk hose” on page 11).
> Insert the water tank.
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4.3.4
Clean the steam nozzle
Cleaning the steam nozzle is only required in the event of a fault.
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b
> Press the release button (10a) at the back of the All-In-One-spout and pull the milk foamer (10b) off
downwards.
> Carefully clean the steam nozzle (10e) in the All-In-One spout with one of the small cleaning brushes
provided (b).
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4.4
Lubricating O-rings
> Use only WMF “Grease for sealing rings” from the accessories.
The grease/lubricant is suitable for the material and safe for food technology.
4.4.1
Lubricating O-Ring of the Water tank
If it is difficult to remove the water tank and difficult to insert it, you must mildly lubricate the O-Ring
on the water spout with the WMF “Gasket grease”.
> Pull out the water tank (7).
> Lubricate the O-Ring (7a) on the water spout with the WMF “Gasket grease”.
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4.4.2
Lubricating O-Ring of the Water tank
If it is difficult to remove the brewing unit and difficult to insert it, you must mildly lubricate the O-Ring
with the WMF “Gasket grease”.
>
>
>
>
Open the lid of the brewing unit (3).
Release the lock (3a) and lift the brewing unit from the brewing chute (3b).
Mildly lubricate the O-Rings (3c) in the brewing chute with the WMF “Grease for gasket rings”.
Make sure that no grease gets into the holes.
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Display messages
5
Display messages
Messages for operation and troubleshooting are displayed on your coffee machine. Thus, you always
know how to proceed.
5.1
Emptying coffee
grounds container
Operating messages
empty grounds cont.
beverage sel. locked
grounds cont.missing
Empty drip tray
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empty drip tray
The coffee grounds container is full
> Remove the coffee grounds container.
> Empty the coffee grounds container and rinse it with
water.
> Wipe the coffee grounds container dry.
> Replace the coffee grounds container.
> Confirm the clearance with P button.
Always empty the coffee grounds container when the
coffee machine is switched on so that the electronic
counter registers this clearance.
The drip tray needs to be emptied.
> Remove the drip tray and empty it.
> Re-insert the drip tray.
Display messages
Refilling water tank
beverage sel. locked
refill water tank
beverage sel. locked
water cont. missing
Fill the bean hopper
Fill in the ground coffee
refill beans
confirm beverage
insert coff. grounds
select beverage
The water tank is nearly empty.
The water tank is never emptied completely so that no air
enters the coffee system.
> Remove the water tank from the automatic coffee
machine.
> Completely empty the water tank.
> Fill the water tank with cold tap water.
> Slide the water tank into the automatic coffee machine
with the lid fitted in position.
The coffee beans in the coffee bean hopper is not
sufficient.
Grinding is interrupted.
> Fill the coffee bean hopper with coffee beans.
> Press the beverage button again.
The grinding process is continued and the additional
coffee required for the brewing cycle, is ground. The
selected beverage is then brewed.
The lid of the ground coffee insert is opened.
> Pour in the ground coffee.
> Close the lid of the ground coffee inlet.
The procedure can be cancelled with the off/c button.
Already inserted ground coffee is removed via the coffee
grounds container.
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Display messages
your selection pls
replace water filter
Close the lid of the
water tank
tank lid missing?
The lid is not placed or not correctly placed.
> Place the lid on the water tank.
Without the lid, the machine is not ready for operation.
beverage sel. locked
lid open
The brewer lid of the automatic coffee machine is open.
> Close the lid of the brewer.
Close brewer lid
Grinding too fine?
Brewer is clogged?
grinding too fi ne?
brewer clogged?
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The water filter must be changed.
> Change the water filter (chapter “4.2.5 Replace water
filter” on page 59).
The remaining capacity is displayed.
Replace water filter
The delivery spout is inconsistent, the ground coffee is
blocking the brewing sieve.
> Cleaning the brewer.
> If the message continues to be displayed, set the
grinding grade 1 point coarser.
Display messages
5.2
Messages for troubleshooting
Brewer
place brewer
brewer pos. switch
Flow
clear fl ow stopped
The brewing unit is not inserted.
> Insert the brewing unit.
The brewing unit is not inserted.
> Check if the brewing unit is inserted correctly.
The brewing unit is inserted only with difficulty or not at
all inserted:
> Remove the brewer.
> Open the brewing chamber with the multitool.
> Apply a thin layer of grease from the accessories to the
red gaskets (chapter “4.4.2 Lubricating O-Ring of the
Water tank” on page 76).
> Fill the water tank.
> Deaerate coffee machine: Dispense hot water until a
constant stream of water comes out.
(Water tank is empty)
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Display messages
clear fl ow stopped
(Water tank is full)
clear fl ow stopped
(Water tank is full)
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Air in the system? Possibly associated with loud pump noise?
> Check whether the water tank is completely pushed in.
> Bleed the automatic coffee machine by dispensing hot
water until a constant stream of water comes out.
Is the water filter or sieve clogged?
> Change the water filter (chapter “4.2.5 Replace water
filter” on page 59).
> Clean the sieve.
Is the check valve spout of the water tank dirty?
> Clean the water spout of the water tank from behind
with a small brush from the accessories.
Hot water not dispensed?
> Remove the water filter and the sieve from the water
tank and try again.
O-Ring on the water spout supports is swollen?
> Replace the O-ring on the water drain spout supports.
Brewing unit clogged?
> Remove the brewing unit.
> Change the water filter (chapter “4.3.1 Clean the
brewing unit” on page 65).
> Carry out the cleaning program (chapter “4.2.4
Machine-cleaning - Cleaning programme” on page 56).
Display messages
clear fl ow stopped
(water tank is full)
timeout steam level
cleaning halted
clear fl ow stopped
Grinding too fine?
> Set the degree of grinding to be coarser by one fourth
rotation (chapter “3.6.3 Grinding grade setting: Perfect
Extraction System” on page 40).
> Suck out the grinding dust.
Air in the system? Possibly associated with loud pump
noise?
> Check whether the water tank is completely pushed in.
> Remove the milk hose from the milk container and press
the milk foam button.
Is hot water dispensed instead of steam?
> Carry out descaling.
Does steam escape?
> Call the hotline.
> Deaerate coffee machine: Dispense hot water until a
constant stream of water comes out.
C button.
Cleaning is continued.
> Press
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Display messages
EEPROM Error
> Switch the coffee machine off with the off/c button
(push for at least 2 seconds).
> Switch the coffee machine on with the off/c button.
> If switching on does work, pull out the mains plug and
re-insert it.
On recurrence, the fault must be rectified by the
WMF Service-Center.
Motor driver
motor driver error
> Switch the coffee machine off with the off/c button
(push for at least 2 seconds).
> Switch the coffee machine on with the off/c button.
> If switching on does work, pull out the mains plug and
re-insert it.
On recurrence, the fault must be rectified by the
WMF Service-Center.
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Display messages
Grinder
Temperature sensor
grinder blocked
The grinder is blocked by a foreign body.
> Switch off the machine and pull out the mains cable.
> Clean the bean hopper.
> Insert the multitool (1) in the 2 holes (1a, 1b) in the
grinder.
> Turn the grinder (1) in a clockwise direction to remove
foreign bodies.
> Switch on the machine.
> Start the grinder by pressing the beverage button.
> If the grinder is free again: Reset the grinding grade.
Grinding too fine.
> Set the grinding grade to be coarser
temp.sensor steam
> Switch off the coffee machine.
> Allow the coffee machine to cool down.
> Again switch on the coffee machine.
temp.sensor water
On recurrence, the fault must be rectified by the WMF
Service-Center.
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Display messages
5.3
Problems without error display
Problem
No milk foam - / milk
output, although there
is milk in the container
No milk foam, only hot milk
Milk or milk foam too cold
Rectification measure
Milk hose kinked or squashed?
> Re-fit the milk hose again.
> Clean the All-In-One spout (chapter “4.3.3 Clean the milk system” on page 70).
> Make sure that the milk lance is in the open position.
> Carry out milk system rinse.
Does the problem persist?
> Clean the milk system (chapter “4.3.3 Clean the milk system” on page 70).
> Clean the milk nozzle (chapter “4.3.3 Clean the milk system” on page 70).
No escape of steam?
> Clean the brewing unit (chapter “4.3.4 Clean the steam nozzle” on page 73).
> Ensure that the right milk nozzle is attached to the milk hose (brown for
refrigerated milk, transparent for unchilled milk) or use the WMF milk lance.
Milk is too hot and too little > Use refrigerated milk
or milk foam has bubbles
> Check whether the milk hose is kinked or squashed.
> Re-fit the milk hose again.
> Clean the All-In-One spout (chapter “4.3.3 Clean the milk system” on page 70).
> Make sure that the correct milk nozzle is on the milk hose or use
the WMF milk lance (“2.6 Installing milk hose” on page 11).
> Check all connections and seals of the All-In-One spout for leaks.
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Display messages
Problem
It is difficult to insert
the water tank
Rectification measure
> Apply WMF grease from the accessories to the O-Ring on the water spout
supports (chapter “4.4.1 Lubricating O-Ring of the Water tank” on page 75).
It is difficult to remove the > Apply WMF grease from the accessories to the O-Ring on the water spout
brewing unit and reinsert it.
supports (chapter “4.4.2 Lubricating O-Ring of the Water tank” on page 76).
Coffee has no creme
Pump is very noisy
Improper coffee mixture or coffee is no longer fresh?
> Change the coffee beans.
Quantity of ground coffee is too little?
> Increase the coffee strength
Coffee is too cold?
> Reheat the cups on the cup storage.
> Carry out warm up rinse.
> Increase the coffee strength.
Grinding grade too coarse?
> Set the grinding grade finer by one rotation (chapter “3.6.3 Grinding
grade setting: Perfect Extraction System” on page 40).
> Check whether the water tank is completely pushed in.
> Deaerate the coffee machine by dispensing hot water
until a constant stream of water comes out.
It is normal that during the operation time to the water pump
starts up automatically and fills in the system.
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Display messages
Problem
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Rectification measure
The brewing unit cannot
be removed or reinserted
> Adjust the brewing unit with the multitool as you are
inserting it until you can insert the brewing unit.
> Remove the residue of coffee grounds inside the brewer.
There is a noticeable large
amount of coarse ground
coffee inside the brewer
> Set the grinding grade finer by one rotation (chapter “3.6.3 Grinding
grade setting: Perfect Extraction System” on page 40).
Is the metal spring ring in the brewer stamp missing?
> Release the brewing unit (3a).
> Use the multitool (3b) to turn the brewer (3c) clockwise all the way upwards.
The brewer stamp (3d) on the bottom of the brewer is now visible.
> Insert the metal ring (3e) in the brewer stamp (3d).
Technical data
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Technical data
WMF 1000 S
Power rating
Mains power connection
On site circuit protection
Coffee bean hopper
Variable brewing chamber
Capacity of water tank (without filter)
Coffee grounds container
Height adjustable All-In-One spout with milk nozzle
High-performance pump
Independent heating systems
External dimensions
Empty weight
Weight of the brewer
Cable length
Continuous sound pressure level (Lpa)
Machine type
Manufacturer
WMF 1000pro S
1,7 - 2,3 kW
1/N/PE ~ 50/60 Hz; 220 - 240 V
maximum 16 A
320 g
6 to 15 g
2,8 litres
approx. 20 portions
67 to 135 mm
65 to 137mm
16 bar
2
Width 350 mm
Height 400 mm
Depth 450 mm
For maintenance and cleaning, at least 300 mm space
above the machine for dismantling the brewer must
be allowed, together with 50 mm at the sides.
approximately. 19.0 kg
1,2 kg
approximately 0.8 m
< 70 dB (A)
03 0500 0003
03 0510 0002
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Index
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Index
A
Adjusting the milk quantity ....................39
Adjusting the water volume ....................38
All-In-One spout ............. 11, 62, 70, 71, 74
Allow display of date/time .......................48
B
Beverage settings ........................................37
Brewing temperature
setting ...........................................46, 47, 53
C
Café Crème
preparing ...................................................26
Cancelling beverage preparation ...........34
Cappuccino
preparing ...................................................27
Carbonate hardness - Test strips .............. 9
Care .............................................................50
Care interval .............................................50
Customer care programmes ................. 51
Cleaning
Brewing unit .............................................65
general points ..........................................69
89
machine ......................................................56
manually ....................................................65
Milk system ........................................54, 70
Steam nozzle ............................................73
Clean the steam nozzle .............................73
Coffee bean hopper
Cup volume ........................................13, 32
filling ...........................................................12
Coffee strength
adjusting (permanent) ...........................38
Coffee-system rinse, automatic .............19
Counter readings
deleting ......................................................49
reading ........................................................48
F
Factory setting .............................................48
Fault rectification ................................80, 85
Flow fault ......................................................80
G
Grinding too fine ........................................80
Ground coffee feed .................................... 31
H
Hazard instructions ...................................... 2
Hot water dispensing .................................34
I
Descaling ....................................................... 61
Disposal .......................................................... 91
Illumination ..................................................46
Initial setting ................................................14
Initial setup programme ...........................14
Intended use ................................................... 1
E
L
EEPROM Error ........................................82, 83
Energy saving mode ...................................15
Energy-saving (tips) ...................................34
Espresso
preparing ...................................................26
Espresso Macchiato
preparing ...................................................27
Latte Macchiato
preparing ...................................................27
Lubricating O-rings
Brewing unit .............................................76
Water tank .................................................75
D
Index
M
Q
Machine cleaning ........................................56
Manual cleaning ..........................................65
Bean hopper ..............................................69
Cleaning the milk nozzle ......................73
Coffee grounds
container ...................69, 70, 71, 72
Drip tray and drip tray grid ..................69
Housing and control panel ................... 70
Milk lance ......................................................24
Motor driver error .......................................83
Multitool ...................... 6, 42, 67, 80, 84, 87
Quick selection of cup size ......................28
O
off/c-button .................................................14
Office functions ...........................................47
Operating messages ...................................77
Operation .......................................................19
P
Pot function ..................................................30
Pre-brew ........................................................40
Preheat cup ...................................................29
Preparation test ...........................................35
Preparing coffee beverages .....................25
Preparing milk foam ..................................33
R
Reinstate/set up
special information tone ...........48
Replace water filter ....................................59
Rinsing water filter .......................17, 22, 26
S
Safety ............................................................... 1
Scope of supply ............................................. 5
Second type of coffee ............................... 31
Selecting the basic settings .....................45
Selecting the beverage setting ........36, 38
Set the grinding degree ............................40
Setting the date ..........................................16
Setting the language .................................14
Setting the switch off time .....................14
Setting the time ..........................................16
Setting the water hardness ..............16, 46
Steam Jet .......................................................29
Switching milk off/on ................................47
Switching off the automatic
coffee machine .............................19
Switching on the automatic
coffee machine .............................19
Symbols ............................................................ 2
T
Technical data ..............................................88
Transport ........................................................ 91
Troubleshooting ....................................80, 85
W
Warranty cover/guarantee ....................... 91
Water filter .................................................... 10
Water tank
filling ...........................................................12
White coffee .................................................27
WMF Connect & Clean
milk system rinsing .....................54
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Transport and Disposal
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Transport and Disposal
> Retain the original packing as protection during transportation.
> Empty the water tank, drip tray, grounds box and the bean hopper before moving.
> Always dispatch or transport the machine in the original box with the expanded polystyrene shells.
Disposal options for the device at the end of its service can be found out from your local municipal authority.
This unit complies with the European Directive 2002/96/EU concerning waste electrical and electronic
equipment (waste electrical and electronic equipment – WEEE) and must not be disposed of in household
waste.
You can get further information from the nearest recycling depot or your Service-Center.
The WMF water filter can be disposed of in the household waste.
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Guarantee, warranty and service
You are entitled to the warranty rights within the legal scope. Additional information on warranty and
guarantee conditions are given in the supplementary sheet of the user manual.
If you need additional information or if problems occur, please contact the WMF-dealer or contact the
service center in your country. Telephone number and other information are given in the supplementary
sheet of the user manual.
Address of the manufacturer: WMF AG, Eberhardstrasse, D-73309 Geislingen
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Legal details
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Legal details
© 2008-2011 WMF Corporation
All rights, especially the right of reproduction, publication and translation, are reserved. No part of this
manual may be reproduced in any form or processed, duplicated or distributed electronically without
written consent. Subject to technical modifications.
Design and production / typesetting and layout:
reinisch AG, Albert-Nestler-Str. 24-26, 76131 Karlsruhe, Germany.
Translated from the German original edition Printed in Germany.
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WMF 1000 S
Type 03 0500
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Type 03 0510
User manual
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