Capresso | Z6 | Operating instructions | Capresso Z6 Operating instructions

CoffeeTEAM TS, #465
10-Cup Digital Coffee Maker/
Conical Burr Grinder
• Operating Instructions
• Warranty
• Product Registration
13. Do not place stainless steel carafe (Model # 465) on a hot
surface. The internal vacuum seal might get damaged.
14. Do not immerse the stainless steel carafe in any liquid. The
coffee maker and the stainless steel carafe are NOT
dishwasher safe.
15. After coffee brewing is finished and the on-light has turned
off, wait five minutes before refilling the water container with
cold water. Otherwise hot steam could shoot out of the lid
and cause injuries.
16. For household use only.
17. Scalding may occur if the lid is removed during the brewing
18. Avoid contacting moving parts.
19. The appliance provides a self-protection function when coffee
grinding motor stalls, when this happens, all lights on the
control panel will flash and all buttons will not respond. To
reset the coffee maker, immediately unplug the attachment
plug from receptacle and inspect for any objects, which may
cause the stalled motor condition. To reset the coffee maker,
unplug it from the receptacle, and wait three to five minutes for
the unit to cool down before plugging it back in and turning the
coffee maker on. If this fault condition happens continuously,
please return to to an authorized service center for examination
and/or repair.
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions
should always be followed, including the following:
1. Read all instructions.
2. Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs.
3. To protect against fire, electric shock and injury to persons,
do not immerse cord, plugs, or body of machine in water or
other liquid.
4. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used
by or near children.
5. Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning.
Allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts, and
before cleaning the appliance.
6. Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug
or after the appliance malfunctions, or has been damaged in
any manner. Return appliance to the nearest authorized
service facility for examination, repair, or adjustment.
7. The use of accessory attachments not recommended by the
appliance manufacturer may result in fire, electric shock, or
injury to persons.
8. Do not use outdoors.
9. Do not let the cord hang over the edge of a table or counter,
or touch hot surfaces.
10. Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a
heated oven.
11. To disconnect, turn any control to “OFF”, then remove plug
from wall outlet.
12. Do not use appliance for other than intended use.
This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than
the other). As a safety feature,this plug will fit in a polarized
outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet,
reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified
electrician. Do not attempt to defeat this safety feature.
This appliance is for household use. Any servicing other than
cleaning and user maintenance should be performed by an
authorized service representative.
• Do not immerse base in water or try to disassemble.
A. A short power supply cord is provided to reduce the risk
resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping over a long
B. Longer extension cords are available and may be used if care
is exercised in their use.
C. If an extension cord is used,
1) the marked electrical rating of the extension cord should
be at least as great as the electrical rating of the appliance,
2) the longer cord shall be arranged so that it will not drape
over the counter top or tabletop where it can be pulled on
by children or tripped over.
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not remove
the base. No user serviceable parts inside. Repair should be
done by authorized service personnel only.
• Check voltage to be sure that the voltage indicated on the
name plate agrees with your voltage.
• Never use warm or hot water to fill the water container. Use
cold water only!
• Keep your hands and the cord away from hot parts of the
appliance during operation.
• Never clean with scouring powders or hard implements.
Thank you for choosing the CAPRESSO CoffeeTEAM TS.
Please read all of the instructions in this booklet before
operating your new machine. Understanding and complying with
these instructions is essential to ensure that the machine is utilized
without risk and to ensure safety during operation and maintenance.
Should you require further information or if particular
problems occur that are not covered in this manual, please
• CALL our toll free HELP LINE: 1-800-767-3554
Monday-Thursday 8AM to 9PM, Friday 8AM to 8PM and
Saturday 9AM to 5PM Eastern Standard Time. Feel free to
call at any time. If you are connected to our voicemail,
PLEASE DO NOT HANG UP. Leave your name, telephone
number and time to call back. Please leave the model number
of your Capresso product, in this case it is #465.
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GoldTone filter
Filter insert with drip stop
Filter holder
Charcoal filter holder (Fig. 12)
Bean container lid
Bean container
Water tank lid
8. Feeder channel (Fig. 6 & 7)
9. Water tank
10. User panel (Fig. 2)
11. Charcoal Filter button
12. Filter release button
13. Scoop
User Panel
Filter release
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Drip stop
in filter insert
Grinder fineness setting
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
Fig. 8
Fig. 9
Fig. 10
Fig. 11
Fig. 12
bean container. The coating might stick to the burrs and, over
time, will reduce the performance of the grinding mechanism.
• Do not add any liquid flavorings or syrups to the beans.
• If you like flavored coffee we recommend buying liquid flavorings
at your local coffee store. Add a few drops into the carafe
before or after brewing.
Grinding the beans just before brewing will maximize the flavor
and aroma of your coffee. Conical burr grinders are considered
the best way of grinding beans. The slower grinding speed of the
conical burrs creates less heat thus preserving more aroma of
the ground coffee. Following the recommendations below will
make your coffee taste better and your machine last longer.
e. Stones And Beans
Every coffee specialty store will tell you that occasionally small
stones can be found in between coffee beans. Very small stones
will be processed through the burr grinder without any harm
(the stone will end up in your filter - not in your brewed coffee).
However, larger stones can block the burr grinder permanently.
If this happens, the grinder will make a loud noise. Push the
On/Off button to stop grinding and call our customer service toll
free number: 1-800-767-3554. Here is how you can avoid stones
entering the bean container:
• Shake your bean bag thoroughly so that a stone will fall to
the bottom of the bag.
• Before emptying the bottom half of the bag of beans into the
bean container, check to see whether there are any particles
that look like stones, and remove them.
a. Storing Coffee Beans in the Freezer?
Coffee Stores do not store beans in the freezer or refrigerator!
Coffee will act like baking soda, absorbing all odors and
tastes surrounding it. Coffee beans will stay fresh for several
weeks as long as you keep them in a dry, dark container. (It’s the
ground coffee which will lose aroma rapidly!) If you must store
coffee beans in the freezer, take them out the day before use.
This way they will absorb less odors and have time to thaw.
Important: If you fill beans from the freezer directly into the
grinder, moisture will seep into the burrs and the feeder channel.
The moisture makes the ground coffee stick in the feeder channel
and will clog it up over time.
b. Finer or Coarser Grind?
The five grind settings (Fig. 4) of your CoffeeTEAM are calibrated
for grinding drip coffee. Choose the coarser settings for darker,
oilier beans. Choose the finer settings for light or medium roasts.
5. PLEASE, NEVER... (the following voids the warranty):
• Never fill instant coffee into the bean container; it can damage
the functioning of the grinder and the machine.
• Never fill coated coffee beans into the bean container.
• Never fill water or any other liquid into the bean container.
• Never fill anything other than coffee beans into the bean
container (no chocolate, no nuts, no spices).
• Never fill anything but fresh, cold clean water into the water
• Never remove or attempt to disassemble the bean container.
c. Dark Beans versus Light Beans
Your CoffeeTEAM burr grinder is calibrated to work with all
different kinds of roasts. Dark, oily beans will leave some oil
residue in the feeder channel. Over time this can slow down the
flow of ground coffee. For cleaning the feeder channel see page 12.
d. Flavored beans, liquid flavorings, syrups
• Do not use sugar or powder coated beans in the grinder (e.g.
cinnamon, chocolate, vanilla etc). Coated beans can pit the
• Heavy duty, conical burr grinder delivers slow, precise and
no-heat grinding to preserve natural coffee bean aroma.
• Grinds directly into filter holder.
• 150 gram bean container holds enough beans for up to two
pots of coffee.
• Set to grind for 2, 4, 6, 8 or 10 cups (Indicator in LCD display).
• Fine-tune for mild, regular or strong coffee (Indicator in LCD
• Turn the bean container from left to right to change the grind
settings from finer to coarser in five steps.
• Charcoal filter removes chlorine and other impurities in the
water before brewing.
• Never grind into the GoldTone filter unless it is empty of
previously used coffee grounds.
• Never operate the machine when the feeder channel cover is
The CoffeeTEAM TS comes with:
• instruction book (includes warranty)
• order form for parts and accessories
• one measuring scoop*
• one thermal stainless steel carafe with lid (model #465)
• one GoldTone filter
• filter holder insert
• charcoal filter holder and one charcoal filter cartridge*
If any of these parts are missing, please call toll-free:
* The scoop and the cartridge are located inside the carafe.
Empty carafe before using.
• Carefully unpack your machine and remove packing materials.
• Wipe the machine with a damp cloth.
• Push the filter holder button (fig. ), remove the goldtone filter
and the filter insert and clean.
• Make sure the drip stop of the filter insert is working properly.
• Open the water container lid and remove the charcoal holder.
If you intend to use the charcoal filter insert, see chapter 9.6.
• Remove the charcoal cartridge and measuring scoop from the
• After grinding, the CoffeeTEAM automatically starts the
brewing process.
• Drip-stop function lets you pull out carafe and serve a cup or
two before brewing is finished.
• CoffeeTEAM TS, #465 (thermal carafe): Brews through closed
lid into a stainless steel thermal carafe and keeps coffee hot for
up to 4 hours.
• Easy to read LCD display with AM/PM clock and auto-on
• Machine can be used with or without grinder to accommodate
pre-ground coffee.
Please note:
The filter holder and the basket are dishwasher safe (upper rack,
away from any heating element).
Please note: the thermal stainless steel carafe (Model #465) and
the bean container lid are not dishwasher safe.
Caution: Do not immerse the machine in water or any other liquid.
• Push and hold the PROG button until the display shows AUTO
and a random number is blinking.
• Keep the PROG button depressed.
• Push and hold the H, then the M button to set Auto-On time.
• Release the PROG button. The display reverts to the actual time.
• CoffeeTEAM TS (thermal stainless steel carafe): when brewing
coffee, always use with the lid closed.
• Let some water brew through the machine without any coffee
as follows.
• Plug in machine and make sure the GoldTone filter and filter
insert are in place.
• Fill the water tank with approx. 20 oz. of water and place the
carafe with lid in the machine.
• Push the BREW button, then the ON/OFF button (Fig. 2).
The machine starts processing the water into the carafe.
• After all water has passed through, push the ON/OFF button
again to turn off machine.
• Empty carafe
c) To change the Auto-On Time
• Push and hold the PROG button until the display shows AUTO.
Keep the PROG button depressed.
• Push and hold the H and then the M button to set a new
Auto-On time.
• Release the PROG button. The display reverts to the actual time.
d) Checking the Auto-On Time
• Push and hold the PROG button. The display shows the word
“AUTO” and the Auto-On time.
• Release the PROG button. The display reverts to the actual time.
e) Activating the Auto-On Time
• Push the PROG button briefly. The display shows “AUTO” and
the green Auto-On light illuminates, indicating the Auto-On
setting is active. The machine will show the actual time. At the
pre-programmed time the machine starts grinding and brewing
(or brewing only). For details see chapter 10.2 & 11.1.
Plug in machine. The display shows “0:00” blinking and either
the “BREW” or the “GRIND/BREW” light is illuminated (Fig. 2).
Please note: You must set the actual time before you can operate
the coffee maker.
f) Grind Volume Setting: the “2-10” button
Please note: the CoffeeTEAM lets you set two different grinder
settings: one for immediate use and one for Auto-On use. For
both uses the default setting is “10”.
For immediate use: Push the “2-10” button repeatedly to select
from 2, 4, 6, 8, 10.
For Auto-On use: Push and hold the PROG button until the
word “AUTO” is displayed. Keep the PROG button depressed
and then push the “2-10” button to select from 2, 4, 6, 8, 10.
a) Setting the Actual Time
• The display shows “0:00” blinking
• Push and hold the H button until the actual hour is displayed.
The display will also show AM or PM.
• Push and hold the M button until the minutes are displayed.
The time is now set.
Please note: You must change the clock when the time changes
(Standard time /Daylight Savings time).
b) Setting the Auto-On Time
You can only set the Auto-On Time after the actual time is set.
g) Strength Setting: the “AROMA” button.
Please note: the CoffeeTEAM lets you set two different “Aroma”
settings: one for immediate use and one for Auto-On use.
and programmed time described in chapters 9.1 and 9.2.
REMINDER: Please make sure the “Happy Smile” symbol is
shown on page 10 on the final version.
The display shows the “middle” bean (default setting). You can
select a lighter or darker bean by pushing the “AROMA” button.
The lighter bean will reduce the grinding time by one second,
the darker bean will increase the grinding time by one second.
The result will be a somewhat milder or stronger coffee.
For Auto-On use: Push and hold the PROG button until the
word “AUTO” is displayed. Keep the PROG button depressed
and then push the AROMA button to make your selection.
• Select the fineness setting (Fig. 4) by turning the bean container
until the white triangle matches up with one of the five dots in
front of the bean container. The largest dot to the right indicates
the coarsest grind setting.
• For first time use, use the coarsest setting – the largest dot.
• For dark oily beans use the coarsest setting. For light, dry
beans use the finer settings.
In setting “10” with “AROMA” set to the dark bean, the machine
will grind for about 40 seconds (producing the maximum amount
of coffee). In setting “2” and “AROMA” set to the light bean, the
machine grinds for about 7 seconds.
Fill the bean container (Fig. 1.6) with beans. Make sure that the
water container lid is closed to prevent beans from spilling into
the water container.
Caution: Check beans for foreign objects (page 6, chapter 4e).
The bean container will hold approximately 150 grams of beans,
good for two full pots of coffee in grinder setting 10.
Note: Never fill the bean container with frozen or coated beans
(chapters 4a and 4d, page 6).
• For 10 cups of strong coffee we recommend the setting 10 and
the middle bean.
• If the coffee tastes too strong, change the grinder setting to
the number 8 or lower.
• If the coffee is not strong enough, set the aroma setting to the
darker bean. If the coffee is still not strong enough, reduce the
amount of water.
Open the water container lid (Fig. 1.7) and fill the water container
with the desired amount of fresh, cold water.
Please note: Never fill water above the 10-cup marking. The
water container has an overflow opening in the back.
Flashing Display!
If you unplug the coffee maker for more than 60 seconds or if
you have a power failure, you will lose the current time and
program settings.
The flashing display indicates that you must reset the current
CoffeeTEAM comes with one charcoal cartridge and a charcoal
filter holder. You can brew coffee with or without the water
filtration system.
Note: If you use distilled, spring or bottled water or if your water
has little or no chlorine you may not find a difference in taste in
your coffee when using the water filtration system. However,
most tap water is treated with chlorine. The water filter cartridge
removes up to 82% of the chlorine found in your tap water.
and wait until the brewing stops.
• Then push the Filter Release button, add the filter insert and
the GoldTone filter and close the filter holder. Place the carafe
underneath and continue brewing until the water tank is empty.
Initial Preparation:
• Open the water container lid and remove the charcoal filter
• Remove the charcoal filter from poly bag.
• Soak the filter in a glass with cold water for a few minutes.
This will activate the filter.
• Insert the cartridge into the charcoal filter holder (Fig. 12).
• Place the charcoal filter holder back into the water tank.
• Press the “Filter” button (Fig. 2) to activate the change filter
reminder. The symbol J will appear.
Please note: The filter reminder only functions when machine is
plugged in and time has been set.
When to replace the cartridge:
• After 60 pots of coffee or 6 weeks after first use, the filter
indicator button symbol J will blink, indicating it is time to
change the filter. Unused cartridges can be stored indefinitely.
• Replacement cartridges are available through your local
Capresso dealer or by using the enclosed mail order form or
through the website:
For best coffee temperature pre-warm the carafe by rinsing it
with hot water. Always make sure carafe is completely empty
before brewing. Place the lid onto the carafe as shown in Fig. 8
and turn lid clockwise until the pouring release lever is aligned
with the handle (Fig. 9). Insert carafe into the machine.
Please note: If you lose the lid, you cannot brew coffee. Use the
enclosed mail order form or call 1-800-767-3554 to order a new lid.
Please note: Always make sure that the carafe is transported in
an upright position. If you turn the carafe on its side or upside
down with its lid closed, hot coffee may escape (Fig. 10).
Important: Do not try to remove the stainless steel bottom. Do
not place the carafe on any hot surfaces since this can loosen
the vacuum seal inside the bottom. This can cause the carafe to
lose its thermal function. Do not place carafe in dishwasher
microwave, oven or stove.
• Push the Filter Release button (Fig. 1.11). The filter holder swings
open. The Goldtone filter and the filter insert can be removed.
• Before grinding/brewing coffee always make sure that the
GoldTone filter is empty and placed into the filter insert.
• Never use the coffee maker without the filter insert and
GoldTone filter. Extremely hot water can overflow onto the
warming plate and counter. If this occurs, turn the machine off
• Coffee maker is plugged in and the time, auto-on time are set.
• Beans are in the bean container.
• Fill the water tank with the desired amount of water.
• Make sure the filter insert and GoldTone filter are in place and
the GoldTone filter is empty.
• Make sure the Filter holder is closed.
• Insert the carafe with lid into the machine. Stainless Steel
carafe: make sure the lid is closed (Fig. 9).
• Make sure the “GRIND/BREW“ button is illuminated.
• Push the ON/OFF button (Fig. 2). The red ON/OFF light
the GoldTone filter is empty.
• Make sure the Filter holder is closed.
• Insert the carafe with lid into the machine, making sure the lid
is closed (Fig. 9).
• Make sure the “GRIND/BREW” light is illuminated.
• Push the PROG button briefly. The green light turns on and the
display shows “AUTO”. At the preprogrammed time, the green
light will turn off, the red ON/OFF light will illuminate and the
grinding and brewing will start.
illuminates. The grinder will start grinding and the ground
coffee will push into the GoldTone Filter. Through the window
in the feeder channel cover, you can see the ground
coffee move forward. Once grinding is finished, the brewing
process starts.
CAUTION: As long as the grinder is in operation, do not open
the bean container lid and do not insert your finger or any other
object into the grinder.
CoffeeTEAM TS (stainless steel carafe):
• After brewing is finished the ON/OFF red indicator light will turn
off. For the next 1 to 2 minutes hot coffee will still pass from
the filter into the carafe.
• To serve coffee, remove the carafe from the platform.
• Push and hold the pouring lever to serve coffee.
Recommendation: If you want your coffee ready by 7:30, set
the auto-on time to 7:15.
You can use your CoffeeTEAM like a regular drip coffee maker
with pre-ground coffee (without using the grinder).
• Open the water container lid (Fig.1.7) and fill the desired
amount of cold water into the water container.
• Push the Filter Release button to open and fill ground coffee
into the GoldTone filter. Close the Filter Holder.
• Insert the carafe with lid into the machine, making sure the lid
is closed (Fig. 9).
• Push the “BREW” button. The red “BREW” light illuminates.
• Push the ON/OFF button. The red ON/OFF light illuminates and
the brewing process starts immediately.
• While the coffee is brewing you can remove the carafe to pour
a cup or two. The drip stop will close automatically.
• To avoid any overflow, replace the carafe within 20 seconds.
CAUTION: The drip stop might not close completely allowing
coffee to drip onto the platform. In this case immediately place
carafe back into the machine and let all the coffee flow into the
• After brewing is finished, check the GoldTone filter for any
clogging and rinse the filter insert to remove any coffee
particles from the drip stop (Fig. 5).
• Coffee maker is plugged in and the time, auto-on time are set.
• Fill the water tank with the desired amount of water.
• Push the Filter Release button to open and fill ground coffee
into the GoldTone filter. Close the Filter Holder.
• Insert the carafe with lid into the machine, making sure the lid
is closed (Fig. 9).
• Push the “BREW” button. The red “BREW” light illuminates.
• Coffee maker is plugged in and the time and auto-on time are set.
• Beans are in the bean container.
• Fill the water tank with the desired amount of water.
• Make sure the Filter Insert and GoldTone filter are in place and
13. Decalcifying
When the brewing process slows down, it is time to decalcify
your CoffeeTEAM. If you use your CoffeeTEAM daily we
recommend to descale at least twice a year. If you use hard
water, it might be necessary to descale more often.
• Before decalcifying, remove the Goldtone Filter and Charcoal
• Push the PROG button briefly. The green light turns on and
the display shows “AUTO”. At the preprogrammed time, the
green light will turn off, the red ON/OFF light will illuminate and
the brewing will start.
CAUTION: Make sure machine is turned off and cooled down.
Never use scouring agents. Never immerse the machine in any
liquid. Never clean machine under running water. Dishwasher
safe (upper rack): GoldTone Filter and Filter Insert.
Special Cleaning Tips:
12a. GoldTone Filter: Clean after brewing. Do not let used
coffee sit for hours in the filter. Coffee oils will clog the mesh,
causing the coffee to overflow the next time you brew coffee.
12b. Filter Insert /Drip Stop: Clean the Filter Insert and the drip
stop under running water. Test that the drip stop closes
completely under running water (Fig 5).
12c. Bean Container: When the bean container is empty, use a
dry cloth to wipe off any oil deposits. Never pour any liquid into
the bean container. Never try to disassemble the bean container.
12d. The Feeder Channel: Periodically check the feeder channel
for oil and coffee build-up. As long as you can see coffee flowing
freely through the feeder channel window there is no need to
open the cover. The feeder channel should be cleaned in any of
the following situations:
• moisture or heavy oil build-up has caused the ground coffee
to block the feeder channel, or
• you do not plan on using the grinder for more than a week.
For cleaning, please follow this sequence:
• Make sure the GoldTone filter is inserted in the Filter Insert.
• With a pointed tip push the small pin in the window down and
slide the plastic cover forward (fig. 6 & 7).
• Wipe the inside clean with a dry cloth.
• Replace the feeder channel cover.
13a. Decalcifying with Capresso Cleaning Solution
Capresso recommends Capresso Cleaning Solution for drip
coffee makers. Order through
1. Remove GoldTone Filter and Charcoal Filter.
2. Dissolve 1 oz. (28 g) of Capresso Cleaning Solution with 32
oz. (1 L) of water and pour mixture into water tank.
3. Important: Make sure the Filter Insert is in place and the
carafe is empty.
4. Place the carafe with the lid closed into the machine.
5. The BREW light is illuminated. Push the ON/OFF button.
6. When the solution has run through, remove the carafe, empty
and rinse thoroughly.
Important: let the machine cool down for 5 minutes.
7. Fill 20 oz. of fresh cold water into the water tank and brew
through the machine.
13b. Using other Decalcifying Agents
• All decalcifying agents are acidic and must be handled
carefully. Check the information on the packaging before using.
Only use decalcifying agents suitable for drip coffee makers
and follow the instructions which come with the agent.
• When the solution has run through, remove the carafe, empty
and rinse thoroughly.
Important: let the machine cool down for 5 minutes.
and GoldTone filter, open the water container lid and turn the
machine upside down over a sink. After replacing all parts,
reset the time and program the machine again, see chapter 9.
• Fill 20 oz. of fresh cold water into the water tank and brew
through the machine.
14. Frequently Asked Technical Questions
15. Frequently Asked Coffee Questions
Q1. There is no coffee coming out of the grinder. It seems as
though the coffee is completely clogged inside the grinder.
What do I do?
A. Please follow the steps outlined in chapter 12d, page 12.
Q1. How much coffee should I use?
A. The grinder grinds approximately between 7 seconds (setting
“2, mild”) and 40 seconds (setting “10, strong”).
See chapter 9.2.
Q2. Can the grinder run without beans in the bean container?
A. Yes.
Q2. I want a full pot of coffee at 8:00 AM. What time should I
program the grinder to start?
A. Set the timer 15 minutes earlier (in this case at 7:45 AM).
Q3. Can I have different grind amount settings for the current
and the programmed mode?
A. Yes! See chapter 9.1, f.
Q3. The grinder makes a loud noise? No coffee is processed.
A. A stone blocks the grinder. Please call 1-800-767-3554.
Q4. How long does the machine keep the grinding and brewing
A. As long as the machine is plugged in. If the machine loses
power you have to reset the time and personal settings (see
chapter 9).
Q5. How do I know if the display shows the current or the
programmed setting?
A. The display always shows the current setting. To view the
programmed setting push and hold the PROG button. The
display will show “AUTO” and all settings for the Auto-On
Q6. Beans spilled into the water container. What do I do?
A. Unplug the machine, remove the carafe, empty the bean
container (as well as you can), remove the filter holder insert
16. Limited One Year Warranty
This warranty covers your CAPRESSO CoffeeTEAM model #465.
The model # can be found on the bottom of the machine. This
warranty is in effect for one year from the date of the first
consumer purchase. This warranty covers all defects in materials
or workmanship (parts and labor).
with the sale of the machine. JURA expressly disclaims liability
for incidental and consequential damages caused by the machine.
The term “incidental damages” refers to the loss of the original
purchasers time, loss of the use of the machine or other costs
relating to the care and custody of the machine. The term
“consequential damages” refers to the cost of repairing or replacing
other property which is damaged when this machine does not
work properly. The remedies provided under this warranty are
exclusive and in lieu of all others. This warranty gives you specific
legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from
state to state.
Transport: When sending the machine, use the original packing
materials, the inner and outer cartons or use approximately 2” of
bubble wrap and secure the machine properly. Any damage in
transit is NOT covered by this warranty.
This warranty does not cover:
• Any machine not purchased from an Authorized Capresso
• Commercial use of machine.
• Damage caused by accident, abuse, negligence, misuse,
improper operation or failure to follow instructions contained
in this manual.
• Any service or alteration performed by an unauthorized
person, company or association.
• Damage caused by neglecting and omitting maintenance,
cleaning and decalcifying.
• Carafes (Glass or Thermal).
• Charcoal Filters.
Customer Service
Mon-Thu 8AM – 9PM • Fri 8AM – 8PM • Sat 9AM – 5PM
Eastern Time Zone
Other limitations and exclusions: Any implied warranties including
fitness for use and merchantability are limited in duration to the
period of the express warranty set forth above and no person is
authorized to assume for JURA any other liability in connection
81 Ruckman Road, Closter, NJ 07624
201-767-3999 • Fax: 201-767-9684
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