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BREW EXPRESS
®
INSTALLAT ION GUIDE
model # BE-104
& BE-110
For more information see our instructional video online at www.BrewExpress.com.
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Contents
1. Safety
1-2
2. Getting Started
3
3. Hardware/Tools
4
4. Specification and Requirements
5-6
5. Location (area of Installation)
7
6. Water Installation
8
7. Power Installation
9
8. Brewer Installation
9. Testing
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Safety
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
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. The voltage and frequency of the supply connections should conform to those of the rating label.
4. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children.
5. Allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts, and before cleaning the appliance.
6. Do not operate any appliance after the appliance malfunctions or has been damaged in any manner.
Call Lance Larkin and discuss problem with customer service.
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. Check specifications on page 5 for proper water pressure requirements of this product.
10. Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven.
11. The appliance should be installed in a place not easily reached by children.
12. Do not use appliance for other than intended use.
13. To reduce the risk of shock, discontinue use of the appliance if water leakage occurs.
14. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not mount over a sink.
15. To reduce the risk of fire, do not place any heating or cooking appliance beneath the appliance.
16. To reduce the risk of fire, do not mount unit over or near any portion of a heating or cooking appliance.
17. To reduce the risk of fire, do not store anything directly on top of the appliance surface when the appliance
is in operation.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Safety
IMPORTANT:
Read and follow instructions carefully before installing your BREW EXPRESS in-the-wall
COFFEE SYSTEM.
FOR BEST RESULTS, IT IS ADVISED THAT YOU HIRE A QUALIFIED PROFESSIONAL.
Always turn off all power at main electrical panel before attempting to install BREW EXPRESS.
Improper electrical wiring could cause a fire hazard. All wiring MUST be performed in accordance with
local electrical codes. Installation must be performed by a qualified electrician, or equivalent.
Always turn off water supply at source when installing BREW EXPRESS. Improper installation of water supply
could cause poor performance or leaks which may lead to dry rot and cause structure damage to building.
Be certain water supply is leak free. Hire a qualified plumber if necessary.
The BREW EXPRESS dispenses extremely hot water. Hot liquids may cause severe burns if it contacts skin.
Use extreme caution when handling hot liquids dispensed by the BREW EXPRESS. KEEP HANDS AWAY
FROM SPRAY HEAD, BREW BASKET, CARAFE OR MUG DURING BREW CYCLE. This product is intended
for brewing hot water for beverages only and may not be used in any other way.
Check distance between wall cavity studs and check for obstacles inside the wall to ensure BREW EXPRESS
will fit in desired location. Normal cavity is 14.5” wide and 4” deep. Hire a qualified professional if necessary.
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Getting Started
IMPORTANT:
Read and follow instructions carefully before installing your BREW EXPRESS in-the-wall
COFFEE SYSTEM. For best results, it is advised that you hire a qualified professional.
Getting Started
1. Carefully unpack BREW EXPRESS from gift box.
2. Remove carafe and brew basket from brewing unit. If brewer
includes carafe lock, press on lever to remove carafe.
3. Remove hardware kit from inside brew basket.
4. Remove mounting screws from behind carafe and
brew basket. The top mounting screw holds the carafe
lock bracket.
5. Separate brewer from Rough-In-Box by holding the
Rough-In-Box with one hand, and pulling the brewer
with the other hand (see figure below).
Hold unit by placing
one hand here
Pull alternately from
both sides
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Hardware/Tools
Hardware
BREW EXPRESS comes supplied with the following items to ensure a successful installation.
Check to be certain all items have been included with your brewer.
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(1) Brewer (with short water line attached to connect with incoming water line)
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(1) Rough-in-Box
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(1) Carafe and lid
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(2) Brew Baskets (1 basket style, 1 cone style)
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(1) Installation Guide
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(1) Operation Guide
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(1) Template (for cutting hole for Rough-in-Box)
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(1) Hardware Kit: (located in brew basket)
(6) Sheet rock screws for mounting rough-in-box.
(3) Wire nuts
(1) Male Quick Connector (for connection between Coffee System Unit and Rough-in-Box)
Tools required
The following tools are required for installation:
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Tape Measure
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Caulking Gun
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Utility Knife
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Silicone Caulk
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Phillips Screw Driver
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Safety Glasses
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Pencil
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AC Power Sensor
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Wire Stripper
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Crescent Wrench
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Stud Finder
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Reciprocating Saw (optional)
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Pliers
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Tile Cutting Bit (optional)
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Level
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Electric drill and drill bits
Water filter
Parts required (not supplied)
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Strain relief (Romex wire clamp)
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12 - 2 wire (per local code)
• Wire Nuts
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1/4” Poly or copper line (refrigerator ice maker kit)
continuous length recommended.
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Valve Connection (optional)
Specifications and Requirements
BE-104 SPECIFICATIONS: (Specs for the BE-110 are on page 6)
Read and follow instructions carefully before installing your BREW EXPRESS in-the-wall
COFFEE SYSTEM. For best results, it is advised that you hire a qualified professional.
1. Overall Dimensions (Finished Unit with Rough-in-Box) approximately 9.9” x 11.8” (see below).
2. Dimensions for Rough-in-Box (Mounting Structure) approximately 8.5” x 10.1” x 4”.
3. Electrical Requirements 120VAC, 60HZ. (1400 watts).
4. Water Requirements 1/4” OD water supply line (copper or poly) minimum 30 psi to a maximum of 90 psi.
Potable COLD water is required.
NOTE: If water is not available, an alternate water dispenser jug (5 gallons) can be used with the
optional pump accessory (not supplied). Contact Lance Larkin for more information.
Please Note: A filter and shut off valve at water source is recommended. The filter, such as an ice maker type filter,
can easily be installed at the source. If water lines are not purged or clear of debris or a filter is NOT installed, foreign
particles (debris) in water may clog brewer system causing failure, and will void all warranties.
8 3/8" 213.5 mm
8 1/2" 216.70 mm
3/4" 18.3 mm
AREA ON WALL
TO BE CUT
(USE TEMPLATE)
10 1/8"
254.90 mm
3 7/8" 99.0 mm
5 1/8" 130.8mm
9 7/8" 249.8mm
9 7/8"
251.7mm
11 3/4"
299.6mm
1" 24.3mm
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3 1/4" 82.6 mm
Specifications and Requirements
BE-110 SPECIFICATIONS: (Specs for the BE-104 are on page 5)
Read and follow instructions carefully before installing your BREW EXPRESS in-the-wall
COFFEE SYSTEM. For best results, it is advised that you hire a qualified professional.
1. Overall Dimensions (Finished Unit with Rough-in-Box) approximately 12 1/4” X 13 3/8” (see below).
2. Dimensions for Rough-in-Box (Mounting Structure) approximately 11.5” X 11.5”.
3. Electrical Requirements 120VAC, 60HZ. (1400 watts).
4. Water Requirements 1/4” OD water supply line (copper or poly) minimum 30 psi to a maximum of
90 psi. Potable COLD water is required.
NOTE: If water is not available, an alternate water dispenser jug (5 gallons) can be used with the
optional pump accessory (not supplied). Contact Lance Larkin for more information.
Please Note: A filter and shut off valve at water source is recommended. The filter, such as an ice maker type filter,
can easily be installed at the source. If water lines are not purged or clear of debris or a filter is NOT installed, foreign
particles (debris) in water may clog brewer system causing failure, and will void all warranties.
11 1/2"
11 1/4" 286.9 mm
292.1 mm
1/2” 12.8 mm
11 1/2"
292.1 mm
3 7/8" 98.0 mm
AREA ON WALL
TO BE CUT
(USE TEMPLATE)
6 1/4" 158.3mm
12 1/4" 312.4mm
11 3/8"
289.3mm
13 3/8"
340mm
5/8" 15.7 mm
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3 7/8" 96.9 mm
Location
(Area of Installation)
The BREW EXPRESS can be installed in most places where power and water are supplied. If only power is available,
you may consider using a water bottle and pump. The most common locations are the kitchen, master bathroom or office.
Installation inside an exterior wall is not recommended due to risk of water freezing. See warranty section for
additional information.
NOTE: It is important to check stud width and location for proper fit. Please use template provided for proper fit
for your location.
IDEAL LOCATION AREAS
A. On Counter
B. Full Height Back Splash
C. Above Back Splash
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Water Installation
Always turn off water supply at source. It is strongly advised you consult a qualified professional plumber when
attempting to install the BREW EXPRESS in-the-wall COFFEE SYSTEM.
It is important to make sure there are no conflicts or obstructions in the wall cavity such as plumbing or
electrical wires. If in doubt, contact a qualified professional. DO NOT ATTEMPT INSTALLATION.
IMPORTANT:
It is recommended that a water filter and shut off valve be
installed at source under sink or refrigerator area.
A. EXISTING HOME
Determine the desired location of the BREW EXPRESS. Avoid
outside walls in colder climates to prevent freezing of water line.
Location should have access to cold water supply (sink,
refrigerator ice maker). Alternately, water can be supplied
using a pump and water bottle (not supplied). Drill a hole (7/16” dia.)
at the lowest point in the cabinets and route water line through
hole behind cabinets and up wall cavity to the cut opening in
wall. Leave approximately 18” of excess water line at wall
opening for rough-in-box installation. Continue water line to
source. Splicing/coupling is not recommended. A
continuous line will be best to ensure no leaks.
B. NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION
Determine the desired location of the BREW EXPRESS. Avoid
outside walls in colder climates to prevent freezing of water line.
Location should have access to cold water supply (sink,
refrigerator ice maker). Route water line through studs and up
wall cavity to area where wall opening will be cut prior to sheet
rock installation. Allow an additional length of 18” at area where
wall opening will be cut. Using template provided mark the area to
be cut AFTER sheet rock is installed.
IMPORTANT:
If installing unit PRIOR to cabinets, it is strongly advised to
consult with cabinet maker and building contractor for exact
height of counter top due to the various thicknesses of
counter tops (tile, laminate, granite, etc). For best results
cut hole and install unit AFTER cabinets are installed.
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Water
Filter
Shut off valve
POWer Installation
Always turn off power supply at main electrical panel before attempting any electrical installation. Local electrical
codes vary. All electrical installation must be done in accordance with local codes. Installation must be performed
by a qualified electrician, or equivalent.
IMPORTANT:
Installation must be performed by a qualified electrician, or equivalent.
The BREW EXPRESS can be installed in most places where power and water are supplied.
See diagrams below for the application best suited for your needs.
OPTION A
OPTION A. (New Construction)
Power can be brought to rough-in-box by
adding a new line from main breaker panel.
Contact a qualified electrician for this application.
NOTE: When routing electrical power to desired
location it is recommended that you allow an additional
18” length of wire at the rough-in-box location.
OPTION B. (New or Existing Construction)
OPTION B
Power to rough-in-box can be tapped from an
existing adjacent electrical outlet. NOTE: When routing
electrical power to desired location it is recommended
that you allow an additional 18” length of wire at the
rough-in-box location.
OPTION C. (Existing Construction)
Electrical outlet can be removed and replaced with the
rough-in-box. NOTE: When routing electrical power to
desired location it is recommended that you allow an
additional 18” length of wire at the rough-in-box location.
OPTION C
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Brewer Installation
IMPORTANT:
If installing unit PRIOR to cabinets, it is strongly advised to consult with cabinet maker and building contractor for exact height of counter top due to the various thicknesses of counter tops (tile
laminate, granite, etc). For best results cut hole and install unit AFTER cabinets are installed.
A. Installing BREW EXPRESS on Counter
It is best to install the unit so the bottom edge is just above the
counter top. In an existing home, this may require part of the
back splash to be removed. Use template provided to
determine the location to be cut out for rough-in-box.
B. Installing BREW EXPRESS with Full Back Splash
Use template provided to determine the location to be cut
out for rough-in-box. Ensure fit is correct by first placing
rough-in-box in cut out hole. Remove rough-in-box. Finish
installation of full height back splash to cut opening. If full
height back splash is granite or tile, it is recommended to
cut opening and install rough-in-box after surface is complete.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT COMPLETE INSTALLATION OF
ROUGH-IN-BOX BEFORE BACK SPLASH.
C. Installing BREW EXPRESS above Back Splash
If you prefer a continuous back splash, the unit can be installed
above the back splash. Use template provided to find best fit.
IMPORTANT: WHEN INSTALLING THE UNIT ABOVE BACK
SPLASH, BE CERTAIN THERE IS SUFFICIENT ROOM BELOW
THE CABINETS.
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Brewer Installation
Installation of Rough-In-Box
Figure 1
1.
Locate wall studs adjacent to the desired location.
Place template on wall as shown. Outside edge of slots
in template should be even with left or right side of stud
edge. The slots in the template designate the area to be cut.
Outside edge of template is equivalent to brewer size .
See figure 1.
Figure 2
2. Use a utility knife to carefully cut inside the penciled
outline area. Start with the stud side and work outward.
DO NOT USE A SAW. Remove sheet rock section to expose
wall cavity. Bring water and power supply lines from source
to this location. Allow 18” of slack. See Figure 2.
CUTOUT
(allow 18” of slack)
Figure 3
3. IMPORTANT Completely seal all gaps between counter
and wall with silicone caulk. This prevents water from
going behind the cabinet if there is a water leak.
Caulk gap
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Brewer Installation
4.Place rough-in-box on a towel or cardboard to protect
counter surface. Bring power supply wire from source to cut
opening as shown in Figure 4. Minimum 12-2 wire required.
Be sure to have an additional length of approximately 18” at
rough-in-box opening for installation of box. Remove power
panel cover. Install strain relief (not supplied) in hole. Run
power supply wire through strain relief and secure power
supply wire (See Supply Detail, page 11). Connect power
supply wires to power panel supply wires and secure with
wire nuts (See Wiring Detail, page 11). Connect green wire
to green wire, black to black and white to white.
Supply Detail
5.
Figure 4
Wiring Detail
Bring 1/4” water supply line to cut opening. Bring water
line through grommet in rough-in-box (See Supply Detail).
Slide rough-in-box into opening while pulling about 18” of
water line through grommet hole. Secure rough-in-box to wall
stud with sheet rock screws. PURGE WATER LINE by running
water to clean any possible debris. Cut water line to length
(approx. 3”) inside rough-in-box and attach male quick
connector. Use wrench to tighten and secure.
See Male Connector Detail and figures 5 and 7.
Male Connector Detail
IMPORTANT:
Water line to brewer must be flushed and a filter installed.
Should debris clog brewer system ALL WARRANTIES VOID.
Check for leaks.
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Figure 5
Brewer Installation
6.
After sheet rock screws are in place, bend tabs to finish securing
rough-in box to wall. See figures 6 and 7. Use pliers (if needed)
to bend/crimp tabs firmly to wall. Gently slide excess water
line back through grommet into wall cavity leaving top of
connector a maximum of 3” above bottom of rough-in box.
Carefully install power panel cover. All electrical wires and
connections MUST be tucked completely inside
POWER PANEL COVER, without exposing bare wiring inside
rough-in box. It is advised you contact a qualified electrician.
Be certain not to damage wires or insulation. See Figure 7
Figure 7
Power Panel
Figure 6
3" max
Installation of Brewer
7. Important, for the BE-104C model (single button), set 2/4 cup volume
selection switch on back of brewer prior to installation of brewer.
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Brewer Installation
8.
The male quick connector has a built in valve so water can be
turned on prior to connection to coffee maker. Place unit on
a towel or cardboard to protect counter surface. Place
BREW EXPRESS directly in front of rough-in box. Connect
brewer to water supply using quick connectors. (See Quick
Connect Detail). Snap connectors together firmly. Turn on
water, check for leaks prior to final installation of
BREW EXPRESS. If leaking, turn off water, tighten connections
or reinstall quick connector. Turn water on and check again.
See Figure 8.
Figure 8
Quick Connect Detail
9.
Gently slide the BREW EXPRESS into the rough-in-box.
Be careful not to damage water supply lines. A firm push will
connect power from rough-in-box to the BREW EXPRESS.
Use two mounting screws to secure BREW EXPRESS
to rough-in-box. Note, the lock bracket and longer screw go
in the upper position (on some models the two screws will
be the same length).
WARNING:
Do not caulk or grout to brewer.
MOUNTING
SCREWS
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brewer testing
Testing
Once BREW EXPRESS has been installed into the rough-in-box it must be tested to ensure proper operation.
1. Turn on electrical power and power switch (located on top of brewer). The brew button icon should be illuminated.
If the button icon is not illuminated, refer to the troubleshooting section of this manual.
2.
Turn on water supply to BREW EXPRESS. There should be no leaks in the water connections. If water is
leaking, pull the brewer from the wall, check connections and refer to the troubleshooting section of this manual
to make appropriate corrections. If water is leaking from inside the brewer, disconnect from the rough-in-box
and contact customer service.
Test the Brewer
1. Place empty brew basket in unit.
2. Place the empty carafe under brew basket.
3. Press the “Brew” button.
4. After a moment water will begin flowing and remain on for 140 to 180 seconds (depending upon model).
5. A Beeper will sound 40 seconds after water stops flowing.
See Operation Guide from more detailed information on operating the Brew Express. Also, this guide contains
a trouble shooting section if needed.
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