DeLonghi | EAM3200 | Instruction manual | DeLonghi EAM3200 Instruction manual

Super Automatic Espresso Maker
Instruction Manual
EAM3200 Series
Cafetière à espresso super
automatique
Mode d’emploi
Série EAM3200
Máquina de Espresso Súper
Automática
Manual de instrucciones
Series EAM3200
Macchina per caffè
Superautomatica
Manuale d'istruzioni
Serie EAM3200
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2: Table of Contents:
• Thank You and De’Longhi Introduction
• Product Registration
• Introduction to Magnifica
• Magnifica Features and Benefits
• What is Crema?
• Machine Description (User Components)
• Control Panel Description
• Indicator and Warning Lights
• Important Safeguards
• Before First Use
• Checking the Water Hardness
• Preparing the Machine
• Preparing the Espresso / Coffee
• Frothing or Steaming (How to Prepare
Cappuccinos and Lattes)
• Processing Hot Water
• Cleaning and Maintenance
• Troubleshooting
• Limited Warranty and Extended Service Plan
• Ordering Accessories or Parts
• Technical Information
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3: Thank You and De’Longhi Introduction
Thank you for choosing De’Longhi!
A steadfast commitment to quality and innovation has
made De’Longhi a leader in household appliances
around the world for over 100 years. Our Italian heritage
is reflected in every product, every feature and every
design. And we are dedicated to creating products
that enhance and benefit the lives of our consumers.
We hope that you’ll enjoy your De’Longhi appliance for
years to come!
Now that you’ve discovered us, we think you’ll agree,
that each and every De’Longhi appliance is truly a
“Living Innovation”.
Get to know us better…visit us at www.delonghi.com for
our full line of products.
4: Product Registration
(U.S. & Canada)
Register Magnifica on-line and receive a free trial issue of
Cook’s Illustrated. Visit www.prodregister.com/delonghi.
5: Introduction To Magnifica
Magnifica…The Name Says it All
The Magnifica, a super automatic machine, is capable
of preparing a variety of beverages: espresso, coffee,
cappuccino, latte and even hot water for tea. It delivers
custom beans-to-espresso results with the simple touch of
a button. This state-of-the-art machines allows you to
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consistent results every time. Authentic espresso is the
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heritage of Italian culture and tradition. So now that you
know who the experts are, who else but De’Longhi could
create the ultimate super automatic machine?
5.1 Features and Benefits
What You Grind is What You Brew The compact and
patented Direct-to-Brew System with Thermo Block
technology provides excellent heat distribution and it’s
removable for easy cleaning. The beans are ground
instantly to ensure the freshest espresso or coffee.
Professional-Quality Conical Burr Grinder Integrated burr
grinder produces consistent, fresh and aromatic espresso
or coffee. Grind settings allow you to adjust the fineness
for all types of beans.
Instant Reheat Function The instant reheat function heats
the core of the machine, ensuring that Magnifica
maintains an ideal temperature for brewing.
Patented Cappuccino System Frother This special frothing
system includes a chamber that mixes steam and milk to
create a rich creamy froth. It’s perfect for making the
ideal cappuccino, latte or any other frothy milk espresso
/ coffee beverage.
Espresso / Coffee Flavor and Quantity Controls Two
separate easy-to-use control dials allow you to easily
make adjustments to espresso / coffee strength and
brewed espresso / coffee amounts.
Automatic Controls and Indicators The water level and
used coffee containers are monitored automatically for
worry-free use. There are also indicators for rinsing,
cleaning and decalcifying. This will facilitate care and
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6: Introduction To Crema
What is an Authentic Espresso?
To appreciate the quality and consistency of the
Magnifica, you need to understand what makes a good
espresso. The identifying mark of an authentic Italian
espresso can be found in the brown layer of foam that
lies on top of a properly brewed espresso. The brown
foam, referred to as the “crema”, is the essence of a
perfect espresso. The crema holds all of the compounds
that constitute the aroma and flavor of an espresso. A
good crema will last about thirty to ninety seconds
before it dissipates completely, once this has happened,
the aromatics are infused into the drink to deliver an
authentic-tasting espresso.
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7: Machine Description (User Components):
L. Ground Coffee Container Lid
A. Cup Warmer
M. Brewing System
B. Steam Control Dial
N. Power Cord
C. Steam Spout
D. Patented Cappuccino System
O. Removable Milk Frother Body
Frother (Milk Frother)
P. Removable Steam Nozzle
Q. Measuring Scoop
E. Removable Water Tank
R. Removable Used Coffee Container
F. Removable Drip Tray
S. Adjustable Grinding Dial
G. Removable Used Water Tray
H. Service Door
T. Coffee Beans Container
I. Height Adjustable Coffee Spout U. Storage Compartment for
J. Control Panel (See “Control
Measuring Scoop
V. Ground Coffee Funnel
Panel Description” section of the
manual for more details)
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8: Control Panel Description:
1. On / Off Button
Description: Turns the machine on and off.
2. 1-Cup and Coffee Temperature Ready Light (Green)
Description: When illuminated, shows that you selected the 1-cup
option by pressing the 1-Cup Button.
3. 1-Cup Button
Description: When pressed the machine will only delivery 1 cup of
espresso / coffee.
4. 2-Cup and Coffee Temperature Ready Light (Green)
Description: When illuminated, show that you selected the 2-cup option
by pressing the 2-Cup Button.
5. 2-Cup Button
Description: When pressed the machine will only delivery 2 cups of
espresso / coffee.
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6. Steam and Steam Temperature Ready Light (Red)
Description: When illuminated, shows that you selected the steam
function by pressing the Steam Function Button.
7. Steam Function Button
Description: When pressed the machine will deliver steam through the
milk frother.
8. Espresso / Coffee Quantity Dial
Description: By turning the dial, you can select the amount or quantity
of espresso / coffee desired.
9. Espresso / Coffee Flavor Dial
Description: By turning the dial, you can select the desired taste of
your espresso/coffee from regular, strong to extra strong.
10. Rinse and Decalcification Button
Description: When pressed, will automatically rinse or decalcify the
machine.
11. Ground Coffee Button
Description: If you are using pre-ground coffee, press this button. It will
disable the coffee grinder.
12. Ground Coffee Light (Green)
Description: When illuminated, shows that you selected to disable the
coffee grinder and use pre-ground coffee by pressing the Ground
Coffee Button.
Warning Lights: Note: Also refer to “Troubleshooting” section of
manual for more details.
IMPORTANT: If a warning light illuminates to signal a problem, first
review this section or the “Troubleshooting” section of the manual to
see if the problem can be easily resolved. Then, if the problem still
persists, call our customer service department at 1-800-322-3848.
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13. Decalcification Warning Light (Red)
Description: When illuminated, tells you that the machine needs to be
decalcified.
What to do if this light appears:
• Decalcify the machine according to the instructions listed in the
“Decalcification” section of the manual.
14. General Warning Light (Red)
Description: When illuminated steadily, tells you there is a technical
problem.
What to do if this light appears:
• Call our customer service department at 1-800-322-3848. (U.S. Only)
What to do when the light is flashing:
• Close the service door.
15. Used Coffee Container Warning Light (Red)
Description: When illuminated steadily, tells you that the used coffee
container is full (needs to be emptied), missing or improperly
positioned. Note: The used coffee container will need to be emptied
after about 14 single cups (or 7 double cups).
What to do if this light appears:
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•Check the used coffee container by removing it. If it is full, empty the
container, clean it and replace it. Note: Refer to the “Cleaning and
Maintenance” section of the manual for more details on how to clean
the container.
•Check to make sure the used coffee container is in the machine. If it
is missing, replace the container.
•Check to make sure the used coffee container is properly positioned.
If it is not properly positioned, reposition the container until it fits
correctly inside the machine.
16. Water Warning Light (Red)
Description: When illuminated steadily, tells you that the water tank is
empty (needs to be refilled), missing or improperly positioned. Note:
The water tank must be full, otherwise espresso / coffee cannot be
made.
What to do if this light appears:
•Check the water tank by removing it. If it is empty, refill the tank with
water and replace it.
•Check to make sure the water tank is in the machine. If it is missing,
replace the tank.
•Check to make sure the water tank is properly positioned. If it is not
properly positioned, reposition the tank until it fits correctly inside the
machine.
Important Safeguards:
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should
always be followed, including the following:
1. Read all instructions.
2. THIS MACHINE MUST BE CLEANED. For more details, please refer to
the Cleaning and Maintenance section of manual.
3. Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs.
4. To protect against fire, electric shock and injury to persons, do not
immerse cord, plugs or body of machine in water or other liquid.
5. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near
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6. 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.
7. Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug or
after the appliance malfunctions, or has been damaged in any
manner. For any service related issues, please contact our customer
service department at 1-800-322-3848. (U.S. Only)
8. The use of accessory attachments is not recommended by the
appliance manufacturer, it may result in fire, electric shock or injury to
persons.
9. Do not use outdoors.
10. Do not let the cord hang over the edge of the table or counter, or
touch hot surfaces.
11. Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in heated
oven.
12. Do not use appliance for other than intended use.
13. Use extreme caution when disposing of hot steam.
14. This appliance is for Household Use Only. All other use is considered
improper and dangerous.
15. This machine is designed to make espresso / coffee and other hot
drinks, be careful to avoid burning from the water and steam jets or by
using the machine incorrectly.
16. Do not operate the machine without water in the water tank.
17. The manufacturer is not liable for damage caused by improper,
incorrect or unreasonable use of the appliance.
18. Do not touch the appliance with damp hands.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Short Cord Instructions
1. A short power cord is provided to reduce the risk resulting from
becoming entangled in or tripping over a long cord.
2. Longer extension cords are available and may be used if care is
exercised in their use.
3. If an extension cord is used:
a. the marked electrical rating of the extension
cord should be at least as great as the electrical
rating of the appliance, and
b. the longer cord should be arranged so that it
will not drape over the counter top or tabletop
where it can pulled on by children or tripped
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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.
9: Before First Use
Place the box on a large, sturdy flat surface. Carefully unpack your
machine and remove all packaging material and literature. Remove
the hanging tag from the frother before use. After unpacking the
machine, check to make sure the appliance is complete and
undamaged. If in doubt, please call our customer service department
at 1-800-322-3848 (U.S. Only), and wait for the Magnifica prompt. To
remove any dust that may have accumulated during packaging, you
may wipe the unit with a clean, damp cloth. Dry thoroughly. Do not
immerse the machine in water or other liquid. Clean the water tank
with warm water and mild detergent. Rinse and dry thoroughly. Do
not use harsh or abrasive cleaners. (See “Cleaning and Maintenance”
section of this manual for detailed instructions.) Keep all plastic bags
away from children. Note: Test the water hardness before first use.
Refer to the “Checking the Water Hardness” section of this manual for
more details.
10: Checking the Water Hardness
The machine was released from the factory with a specific pre-set
setting for water hardness. To change that setting, please follow the
instructions below step by step.
1. After removing the “Water Hardness” test strip from its packaging
immerse it completely in the water for a few seconds, then remove it.
2. Wait about 30 seconds for the test strip to change color. A number
of red squares will appear.
3. Check that the machine is off (Note: All of the indicator lights are
off).
4. Press the
button and hold it for 5 seconds. The four
lights will illuminate.
5. Press the
button repeatedly until the number of lights coincides
with the number of red squares on the test strip. (Ex. If 3 red squares
appear on the test strip, press the
button until the 3
indicator lights illuminate.
6. Press the
button to save the data. The machine is now
programmed to indicate a decalcification warning when necessary,
based on the hardness of the water.
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11: Preparing the Machine
Please follow the instructions below.
1. Set the water hardness according to the instructions in the
“Checking the Water Hardness” section of the manual.
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2. Place the machine on a flat, level surface away
from any edge.
3. Plug the machine into a 120V / 60Hz only outlet.
4. Press the on/off button.
11.1 Filling the Water Tank
Caution: Never switch the machine on when the
water tank is completely empty. Without water, the
machine cannot make espresso / coffee and the
machine will become noisy.
1. Move the frother to the center of the machine to remove the water
tank.
2. Rinse the water tank and fill it with clean, cold water without
exceeding the MAX line. Replace the water tank by pushing it all the
way in. (Figure 1)
Tip: Renew water daily.
11.2 Filling the Coffee Bean Container (If you are
using whole coffee beans)
• Never fill coffee bean container with pre-ground
coffee.
Tip: Before filling the coffee bean container, make
sure to remove any foreign objects
1. Open the coffee bean container lid and fill
container with coffee beans and close the lid.
(Figure 2)
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2. Note: If you are using frozen coffee beans, let them thaw for 3 to 4
hours before filling them into the bean container. This will prevent
moisture from seeping into the grinder. Never use sugar-coated beans.
Note: It is recommended not to use oily, sugar coated or flavored
beans. These types of beans could damage the machine.
11.2A Setting the Coffee Grinder (If you are using whole coffee beans)
1. The coffee grinder does not need to be adjusted for the first use.
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correct delivery of the espresso / coffee.
2. If after making the first espresso / coffee the
delivery it too fast or too slow (in drops), the grinding
coarseness must be adjusted using the coffee
grinder dial (Figure 3) located inside the bean
container.
3. Turning one click (one number) clockwise
achieves faster delivery of the espresso / coffee and
a coarser ground coffee.
4. Turning one click (one number) counter-clockwise
achieves slower delivery of the espresso / coffee and
a finer ground coffee (and makes the coffee
creamier in appearance).
5. These adjustments will only be evident after the
delivery of at least 2 cups of espresso / coffee.
6. The coffee grinder dial must only be turned when the
coffee grinder is on.
11.3 Filling the Ground Coffee Container (If you are
using pre-ground coffee)
• Never add the pre-ground coffee when the machine
is off.
• Never add more than 1 full measure of pre-ground
coffee. The ground coffee funnel will get blocked.
• When dosing the quantity of pre-ground coffee to be
added, only use the measuring scoop provided.
• Use only pre-ground coffee specifically for use in
espresso machines. Do not use whole coffee beans,
freeze-dried coffee or other materials that may
damage the machine.
• Never use instant coffee. It could severely damage
the brewing system.
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Tip: Before filling the ground coffee container, make
sure to remove any foreign objects.
7. Open the ground coffee container lid (located in
the center of the machine). To prepare one espresso / coffee and
add just one level measure of pre-ground coffee
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with measuring scoop (provided). (Figure 4)
8. Note: You can only make one espresso / coffee
at a time when using pre-ground coffee.
9. Close the lid.
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Using the Machine for the First Time
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• Note: Make sure you have plugged the machine
into an outlet and turned it on by pressing the
on/off button before proceeding.
10. Move the frother towards the outside (Figure 5)
and place cup underneath frother. Turn the
machine on by pressing the
button. (Figure 6)
11. Turn the steam control dial half a turn counterclockwise (Figure 7). Note: It is normal for the
machine to make some noise.
12. After a few seconds, a little water will release
from the frother. When the cup is 1/3 full, turn the steam control dial
half a turn clockwise (Figure 8) to terminate the flow of water.
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13. Wait for the
and
lights to stop flashing.
When the lights are flashing, the machine is still preheating.
14. The machine will automatically perform a rinse
cycle and a little hot water will release from the
coffee spouts and collect in the drip tray.
15. Once the lights illuminate steadily, the machine
has reached the ideal temperature for making
espresso/coffee and is now ready for use.
16. Note: Before preparing the espresso/coffee,
always make sure that the green
and
lights are on steadily.
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11.4 Setting the Espresso / Coffee Flavor Dial
1. Turn the espresso / coffee flavor dial (Figure 9)
to set the desired taste of your espresso/coffee
from regular, strong to extra strong.
2. Turning the dial clockwise increases the quantity
of coffee beans the machine will grind, and
therefore makes the taste stronger. Note: When using the machine for
the first time, the correct position for the dial can be found by trial and
error.
3. Note: Make sure not to turn it too far clockwise, otherwise the
espresso / coffee will be delivered too slowly (in drops) when preparing
two cups of espresso / coffee.
11.5 Espresso / Coffee Quantity
11.5A The Difference Between Espresso/Coffee Quantity
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• Large (long/double shot/American coffee): 5 oz. to 8 oz. of coffee
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Note: It is recommended to add a bit of sugar to
“ristretto” or “espresso” coffee. Drink the large
(American coffee) black or add sugar and milk if
you prefer.
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Tip: If you add sugar and milk to your cup before
you brew your espresso/coffee it will be dissolved
more uniformly.
Tip: If you set the espresso / coffee quantity dial to maximum and push
the 2-cup button, the machine will prepare a 12 oz. coffee. The
average coffee drinker may find this to be too mild, so adjust the
volume accordingly.
11.5B Setting the Espresso / Coffee Quantity
1. Turn the coffee quantity dial (Figure 10) to set the amount of
espresso/coffee desired.
2. Turning the dial clockwise makes a longer coffee. Note: When using
the machine for the first time, the correct position for the dial can be
found by trial and error.
12: Preparing the Espresso / Coffee
Please follow the instructions below. You can make any quantity of
espresso/coffee from 1/2 oz. to 12 oz.
Note: The process is always the same: water is forced through the
coffee in a very short time period to avoid over-extraction, for perfect
espresso / coffee every time.
Caution: Never switch the machine on when the water tank is
completely empty. Without water, the machine cannot make espresso
/ coffee and the machine will become noisy.
Before preparing the espresso / coffee, make sure you have done the
following:
• Followed all of the instructions listed under Section 11 of the manual
(“Preparing the Machine”).
• The water tank and either the bean container or ground coffee
container is full.
• If using for first time, followed all of the instructions listed under section
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• Turned the machine on by pressing the on/off button.
• The green
and
lights are on steadily (not
flashing).
• Set the coffee flavor, coffee quantity and coffee
grinder (if using coffee beans) dials to the desired
level.
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12.1 Preparing Espresso / Coffee (Using Whole Coffee
Beans)
Note: When using the machine for the first time, 4 to 5
cups of espresso / coffee needs to be made before
the machine delivers satisfying results.
1. Fill the water tank with water and the coffee bean container with
coffee beans, according to the directions listed in
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2. Place one empty cup under the spout to make one
espresso / coffee (Figure 11) or two empty cups for
two espressos / coffees (Figure 12).
Tip: Use cups that have been previously heated by
rinsing them with hot water or by leaving them on the
cup warmer for at least 20 minutes.
Note: For more tips on making coffee hotter, see “Tips
on Making Hotter Coffee” section of the manual.
3. Make sure to lower the adjustable coffee spout if the
cups are small (Figure 13). For larger cups, push the
adjustable coffee spout up to accommodate the size.
4. Press the
button (Figure 14) to make one cup of
espresso / coffee or the
button (Figure 15) to
make two espressos / coffees.
5. The machine will now grind the beans, run a short
pre-brewing cycle, pause and then complete the
delivery.
Note: While the machine is preparing the espresso /
coffee, the delivery can be terminated at any time
by pressing the
button (Figure 14) or the
button (Figure 15), as previously selected.
6. Once the desired quantity is reached, the machine
will automatically terminate espresso / coffee delivery
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container. Note: There is no need to empty the used
coffee container until the used coffee container
warning light illuminates. (For more details on this
light, please refer to the Troubleshooting section of
the manual).
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Note: As soon as delivery is complete, to increase
the quantity of the coffee simply press and hold the
button (Figure
14) or the
button (Figure 15), as previously selected, until
reaching the desired quantity. This operation must be performed
within 3 seconds of the last espresso / coffee delivery.
Caution: While the machine is delivering espresso / coffee, never
remove the water tank. If it is removed, the machine will not be able
to make espresso / coffee and will become noisy.
7. After a few seconds, when both the green
and
indicator
lights are on again steadily, another espresso / coffee can be made.
8. To switch the machine off, press the
button. Note: Before
switching off, the machine will automatically run a rinse cycle. A little
hot water will release from the coffee spout and collect in the
removable drip tray.
9. Use caution when removing the contents of the used water tray, as
they may be very hot. Allow contents to cool, and then remove the
used water tray and discard the water.
10. If the machine is not switched off using the
button, it will switch
itself off and run a brief rinse cycle 3 hours after the last operation.
12.2 Preparing Espresso / Coffee (Using Pre-Ground Coffee)
1. Fill the water tank with water and the ground coffee container with
pre-ground coffee, according to the directions listed in sections 11.1
and 11.2 of the manual.
2. Place one empty cup under the spout to make one espresso /
coffee (Figure 11).
3. Note: You can only make one espresso / coffee at a time when using
pre-ground coffee.
Tip: Use cups that have been previously heated by rinsing them with
hot water or by leaving them for at least 20 minutes on the cup
warmer.
Note: For more tips on making coffee hotter, see “Tips on Making Hotter
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(Figure 13). For a larger cup, push the adjustable
coffee spout up to accommodate the size.
4. Press the
button (Figure 16) to select the
ground coffee function. The button will illuminate
indicating that the function has been selected and
the coffee grinder has been disabled.
5. Press the
button (Figure 14) to make one cup of
espresso / coffee.
6. The machine will now run a short pre-brewing cycle, pause and then
complete the delivery.
Note: While the machine is preparing the espresso / coffee, the
delivery can be terminated at any time by pressing the
button
(Figure 14).
7. Once the desired quantity is reached, the machine will
automatically terminate espresso / coffee delivery and discharge the
grounds into the used coffee container. Note: There is no need to
empty the used coffee container until the used coffee container
warning light illuminates. (For more details on this light, please refer to
the Troubleshooting section of the manual).
Caution: While the machine is delivering espresso / coffee, never
remove the water tank. If it is removed, the machine will not be able
to make espresso / coffee and will become noisy.
8. Once the espresso / coffee has been delivered, to make
espresso/coffee using pre-ground coffee again, add again one level
measure of pre-ground coffee and then press the 1-cup button.
9. To make espresso / coffee using whole coffee beans again: First
press the
button to deactivate the ground coffee function and
enable the coffee grinder. Then make sure that the coffee grinder is
full of coffee beans. Press the 1-cup or 2-cup button depending on
how much espresso / coffee you want to brew.
10. To switch the machine off, press the
button. Note: Before
switching off, the machine will automatically run a rinse cycle. A little
hot water will release from the coffee spout and collect in the
removable drip tray.
11. Use caution when removing the contents of the used water tray, as
they may be very hot. Allow contents to cool, and then remove the
used water tray and discard the water.
12. If the machine is not switched off using the
button, it will switch
itself off and run a brief rinse cycle 3 hours after the last operation.
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12.3 Tips on Making Hotter Coffee
•When the machine is first turned on and a short cup of espresso /
coffee is required, use the hot rinse cycle to pre-heat cups (refer to
point 14 in section 11.3 of the manual).
•Unless pre-heated, do not use cups that are too thick.
•Use cups that have been previously heated by rinsing them with hot
water.
•Use cups that have been previously heated using the cup warmer on
top of the machine.
13: Frothing or Steaming (How to Make the Perfect
Cappuccino or Latte)
What is cappuccino?
A cup of cappuccino is one shot of espresso, 1/3 cup steamed milk
with a dollop of froth. It can be garnished with chocolate, cinnamon
or nutmeg.
What is a latte?
A cup of latte is one shot of espresso (or two shots for a double latte),
1/2 cup steamed milk with about 1/2 to 1/3 froth.
• Use this feature to heat up liquids or to froth or steam milk for
cappuccinos or lattes.
• The milk frother must be cleaned after each use. Please refer to the
“Cleaning and Maintenance” section of the manual for more detailed
instructions.
Before First Use:
1. The removable parts of the milk frother (milk frother body and steam
nozzle) are high precision parts. Always keep these two parts clean
and free of milk residue. (See “Cleaning and Maintenance” section of
the manual for more detailed instructions on cleaning.)
Ready to Begin Frothing or Steaming:
1. Fill a container (metal container is recommended) with about 3.5 oz.
of cold milk.
2. Note: Skim (0% fat) milk is recommended. It will produce the most
froth and will let you taste more of the espresso / coffee. 1% and 2%
milk will produce less froth, and regular milk (3% fat) will give you half or
less than half the froth of skim milk.
3. When
choosing
the size
of the container, remember
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4. Move the milk frother to the outside of the machine.
Figure 17
5. Prepare the espresso / coffee as described in
section 12 of the manual, using sufficiently large cups.
6. Press the steam function button (Figure 17). The
light (Figure 18) starts flashing to indicate that the
machine is heating up.
7. When the
light remains on steadily (without
flashing), the temperature of the machine has reached the ideal
temperature for making steam.
Figure 18
8. Immediately after (within a span of no more than 2
minutes, otherwise the machine automatically
switches back to the espresso / coffee function), dip
the milk frother into the container of milk (Figure 19).
9. Make sure not to immerse the line on the milk
frother (indicated by the arrow in Figure 20). Turn the
steam control dial half a turn counter-clockwise until
it stops (Figure 7). Use caution, steam is hot!
10. The steam released will make the milk froth
increase in volume.
Note: To make a creamier froth, dip the milk frother
into the milk and rotate the container with slow
movements from the bottom to the top. It is
recommended to limit steam delivery to no more
than 2 minutes at a time.
Figure 19
11. Once you have achieved the desired froth, stop the steam flow by
turning the steam control dial clockwise until it stops
(Figure 8), and the press the steam function button
(Figure 17 ) to deactivate steam function.
12. Note (Making espresso / coffee after using steam
function): Immediately after using the milk frother,
press the steam function button to deactivate the
steam function. If you press the
or the
Figure 20
button to make espresso / coffee again, the
machine is too hot to make espresso / coffee. The green
and
lights will flash indicating that the temperature is not suitable for making
espresso / coffee. Simply wait 10 minutes for the machine to cool
down. The lights will illuminate steadily (without flashing) indicating that
the machine is now ready to make espresso / coffee again.
Tip: To cool the machine down more quickly after having deactivated
the steam function, turn the steam control dial and release some water
from
the milk frother
into a container, until the green
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14: Processing Hot Water Through the
Frother
Please follow the instructions below.
1. Make sure that the green
and
lights are on steadily (not
flashing).
2. Turn the milk frother towards the outside of the machine (Figure 3).
3. Position a container underneath the milk frother (Figure 3).
4. Turn the steam control dial half a turn counter-clockwise until it stops.
(Figure 7).
5. Hot water will release from the milk frother and start to fill the
container. Use caution, water is hot!
6. To stop the flow of hot water, turn the steam control dial all the way
clockwise. (Figure 8) and return the milk frother to the original position
towards the center of the machine.
7. Note: It is recommended to deliver hot water for no more than 2
minutes.
15: Cleaning and Maintenance
• WARNING: Before performing any cleaning operations, the machine
MUST be cooled down, turned off (unless otherwise noted) and
unplugged from the power outlet (unless otherwise noted).
• The machine must be cleaned in order to function properly.
• Never immerse the machine in water or other liquid. It’s an electrical
appliance.
• Do not use solvents or harsh abrasive detergents.
• The outside surface of the machine can be cleaned with a soft
damp cloth.
• All of the components (parts and accessories) of the machine must
not be washed in the dishwasher.
15.1 Cleaning the Used Coffee Container:
• Whenever the
light illuminates steadily, the used coffee
container needs to be cleaned.
• Remove the used coffee container and discard the coffee grounds.
• Wash the container with warm water and mild detergent. Rinse and
dry thoroughly.
• Replace the used coffee container.
15.2 Cleaning the Water Tank:
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• Remove the water tank by moving the milk frother to the outside of
the machine.
• Wash the tank with warm water and mild detergent. Rinse and dry
thoroughly.
• Replace the water tank.
15.3 Cleaning the Drip Tray and Used Water Tray:
• The drip tray is fitted with a red level indicator, showing the level of
the water inside.
• When the indicator is visible, the drip tray and used water tray must
be emptied and cleaned.
• Wash the drip tray and used water tray with
warm water and mild detergent. Rinse and dry
thoroughly.
• Replace the used water tray and drip tray.
15.4 Cleaning the Coffee Spout:
• Check that the holes in the coffee spout are
not blocked.
• To clean them, carefully scrape the dry coffee
residues from the coffee spout with a needle
(Figure 21).
Figure 21
15.5 Cleaning the Milk Frother:
Note: The milk frother must be cleaned after
each use. Deactivate the steam function before
cleaning. Please proceed as follows (the
machine must be on during the cleaning of the
milk frother):
•Release a little steam for a few seconds by
turning the steam control dial counter-clockwise
Figure 22
until it stops. (Figure 7).
•With this operation, the steam nozzle discharges any milk that may
have been left inside. IMPORTANT: For health reasons, this operation
should always be performed to prevent previously
used milk from remaining inside the milk frother.
• With one hand, hold the milk frother handle and
with the other hand unscrew the milk frother by
turning it clockwise and then pull it down. (Figure
22)
• Carefully wash the milk frother and steam nozzle
in warm water.
• Check that the two holes (indicated by the
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clean them using a needle or pin.
• Replace the steam nozzle by inserting it and
vigorously turning it upwards into the steam spout.
• Replace the milk frother by pushing it upwards and
turning it counter-clockwise.
15.6 Cleaning the Brewing System:
Warning: The brewing system can only be removed
Figure 24
when the machine is off. Attempting to remove the
brewing system with the machine on will risk causing damage.
Note: The brewing system must be cleaned very
frequently (depending on use) to prevent it from
filling with coffee deposits (that may lead to
malfunctions). To clean it, proceed as follows:
• Make sure the machine is turned off, but do not
unplug it. Wait for all indicator lights to go off.
• Open the service door (Figure 24)
• Remove the drip tray
and used coffee
container and clean
Figure 25
them (as noted above)
• Press the two red
release buttons on the brewing system
(Figure 25) and pull it
out.
• Wash the brewing
system under running
water, without using
detergents. Never place
the brewing system in
the dishwasher.
• Carefully clean the inside of the machine by
scraping it with a plastic or wooden fork (Figure 26)
and then pick up all the residues using a vacuum
Figure 26
cleaner (Figure 27)
• Replace the brewing system by sliding it onto the
supports and the pin at the bottom. Then push the PUSH symbol fully in
until you hear a click.
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• If the brewing system is not inserted correctly
until hearing the click, the two red buttons have
not opened out properly and the service door
will not close, and the machine will not operate.
The
light will start flashing if this is the case.
• If it is difficult to insert the brewing system,
squeeze it into size by vigorously pressing from
above and below at the same time (Figure 28).
• If it is still difficult to insert the brewing system,
Figure 27
leave it out of the machine, close the service
door, unplug the machine from the power outlet and then plug it in
again. Wait for all the lights to go off, then open
the door and replace the brewing system.
• Replace the drip tray and used coffee
container.
• Close the service door.
15.7 Decalcification:
Figure 28
• Due to the continuous heating of the water
used to make espresso / coffee, over time it is normal for the tubing
inside the machine to fill with lime scale. When the
lights starts
flashing, it is time to decalcify the machine.
• When the
light switches on, the machine still can be used to
prepare espresso / coffee. But for the best tasting espresso / coffee, it
is recommended that you decalcify the machine when the
light
starts to flash.
• The machine must be plugged in and turned on during the
decalcification process.
Proceed as follows:
• Prepare the solution as indicated on the packaging of the
decalcification product supplied with the machine. To the purchase
the decalcification solution, please contact a De’Longhi customer
service representative at 1-800-322-3848 (U.S. Only). Note: Only use the
decalcification solution supplied by De’Longhi.
• Pour the contents of the bottle (20 oz. / 0.5 liters) into the water tank
and then add water (20 oz. / 0.5 liters – as described in the instructions
on the bottle).
• Place a container (with a minimum capacity of 60 oz. / 1.5 liters)
under the milk frother (Figure 5).
• Turn the machine on by pressing the power button (Figure 6).
•Wait for the green
and
indicator lights to illuminate steadily
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• Press and hold the
button for at least 5 seconds
(Figure 29). The button will illuminate to indicate the
start of the decalcification process (the
and
lights remain off to indicate that it is not possible to
make espresso / coffee).
• Turn the steam control dial half a turn counterclockwise (Figure 7). The decalcification solution will
come out of the milk frother and start to fill the
Figure 29
container underneath.
• The decalcification process automatically performs a series of
deliveries and pauses to remove the lime scale deposits from inside the
machine.
• After about 30 minutes, when the
light illuminates, turn the steam
control dial half a turn clockwise (Figure 8) until it stops.
Note: The machine must be rinsed to eliminate residues of
decalcification solution from inside the machine.
Proceed as follows:
• Remove the water tank, rinse it and fill it with clean, cold water.
Replace the tank
• Empty the collection container (located underneath the milk frother)
that is full of liquid, and then replace it under the milk frother.
• Turn the steam control dial a turn counter-clockwise (Figure 7). Hot
water will release from the milk frother and fill the container
underneath.
• When the water tank is empty, the
light goes off and the
light illuminates.
• Turn the steam control dial all the way clockwise (Figure 8) and fill the
water tank with clean, cold water again.
• The decalcification process has now ended, and the machine is
ready to deliver espresso / coffee again.
• Note: If the decalcification process is terminated before completion,
the
illuminates and the procedure must be started again from the
beginning.
16: Troubleshooting
IMPORTANT: If you encounter a problem, first review this section or the
“Indicator and Warning LIghts” section of the manual to see if the
problem can be easily resolved. Then, if the problem still persists, call
our customer service department at 1-800-322-3848 (U.S. Only).
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Indicator Lights:
Description
The
,
indicator
lights flash.
The
,
indicator
lights are on steadily.
Explanation
The machine is not ready to
make espresso / coffee (the
ideal water temperature has not
yet been reached). Wait for the
indicator lights to illuminate
steadily before making the
espresso / coffee.
The machine is at the right
temperature and ready to make
espresso / coffee.
light is on steadily. The machine is delivering one
cup of coffee.
The
The
The
The
The
The
light is on
steadily.
The machine is delivering two
cups of coffee.
steam light
flashes.
The machine is heating to the
ideal temperature to produce
steam. Wait for the light to
illuminate steadily before turning
the steam dial.
light is on steadily.
The machine is ready to deliver
steam and the steam control
dial can be turned.
light is on
steadily.
light is on
The machine is ready for
espresso / coffee delivery using
pre-ground coffee.
The automatic decalcification
program
is in progress.
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Warning Lights:
Description
The
light is on
steadily.
The
light
flashes.
Explanation
Action
The water tank is empty or is
positioned incorrectly.
Fill the water tank as described
in section 11.1 of the manual.
The water tank is dirty or lined
with lime scale.
Rinse or decalcify the water
tank.
The machine cannot make the
espresso / coffee.
Turn the steam dial counterclockwise.
The espresso / coffee is coming
out too slowly.
Turn the adjustable grinding dial
one click clockwise.
The
light is on The used coffee container is
full or not in place.
steadily.
Empty the used coffee
container and clean it.
The used coffee container is
missing.
Open the service door and
replace the used coffee
container.
The pre-ground coffee has not
been poured into the funnel
with ground coffee function
selected.
Add the pre-ground coffee.
No more coffee beans.
Fill the container with beans.
If the coffee grinder is noisy, it
means that a small stone is
blocking the coffee grinder.
Try to remove the stone or call
customer support at
1-800-322-3848 (U.S. Only).
This indicates the presence of
lime scale in the machine.
Perform the decalcification
procedure described in section
15.7 of the manual.
After cleaning, the brewing
The machine
system has probably been left
makes a strange
noise and the four out of the machine.
lights
,
and
flash alternately.
Leave the service door closed
and the brewing system out of
the machine. Press the 1-cup
and 2-cup buttons
simultaneously until the four
lights go off. Only when all of
the four lights are off can the
service door be re-opened and
the brewing system replaced.
The
light
flashes.
The
flashes.
light
The
and
lights flash
alternately.
The machine has just been
turned on the brewing system
is not inserted correctly and
consequently the service door
will not close properly.
Press the brewing system’s red
buttons marked PUSH until you
hear a click. Check that the
two red buttons open out
correctly. Close the service
door and press the
button.
The
,
and
lights are
flashing.
The machine has been turned
on with the steam dial in the
open position.
Turn the steam dial clockwise all
the way around.
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Warning Lights:
Description
The
light is
flashing.
Explanation
The service door is open.
The
light is on
steadily and
green lights are
flashing.
After cleaning, the brewing
system has probably been left
out of the machine.
Replace the brewing system.
The inside of the machine is
very dirty.
Thoroughly clean the inside of
the machine as described in
section 15 of the manual.
The
flashing.
The ground coffee funnel is
very dirty.
Empty the funnel with the help
of a knife.
Problems:
The espresso / coffee is not
hot
light is
Possible Cause(s)
Solution
•The cups have not been
pre-heated
•Heat cups by rinsing them in hot
water or leave them on the cup
warmer
•Heat the brewing system by pressing
the
button before making the
espresso / coffee (Figure 29)
•The brewing system is too
cold
The espresso / coffee does
not have a crema
The espresso / coffee
comes out too slowly
The espresso / coffee
comes out too quickly
Action
If the service door cannot be
closed, check that the brewing
system is inserted correctly.
•The machine uses too
little coffee during the
brewing process
•Turn the espresso / coffee flavor dial
(Figure 9) a little clockwise
•The coffee is ground too
coarse
•Turn the grinding dial (Figure 3) one
click counter-clockwise
•The ground coffee is not
correct
•Use another brand or coffee blend
•The coffee is ground too
fine
•Turn the grinding dial (Figure 3) one
click clockwise
•The machine uses too
much coffee during the
brewing process
•Turn the espresso / coffee flavor dial
(Figure 9) a little counter-clockwise
•The coffee is ground too
coarse
•Turn the grinding dial (Figure 3) one
click counter-clockwise
•The machines uses too
little coffee during the
brewing process
•Turn the espresso / coffee flavor dial
(Figure 9) a little clockwise
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Problems:
Possible Cause(s)
Solution
The espresso / coffee does
not come out of one of
the spouts
•The spout is blocked
•Scrape the remains of dry coffee
with a needle
Turning the steam dial, no
steam comes out of the
milk frother
•The holes in the spouts
are clogged
•Clean the holes in the milk frother
and the steam nozzle (Figure 23)
Pressing the
and
buttons does not
deliver coffee, but only
water
•Ground coffee may be
blocked in the funnel
•Remove the ground coffee inside
the funnel, using a knife. Then clean
the brewing system and the inside of
the machine.
Pressing the
button,
the machine does not
switch on
•The machine is not
plugged in
•Check that the power cord is
plugged into the outlet
The brewing system
cannot be removed for
cleaning
•The machine is on. The
brewing system can only
be removed if the
machine is off.
•Turn the machine off. WARNING:
The brewing system can only be
removed when the machine is off.
Ground coffee is used
(rather than beans) and
the machine does not
deliver espresso / coffee
•Too much or not enough
ground coffee has been
added
•Remove the brewing system and
thoroughly clean the inside of the
machine if too much coffee has
been added. Not enough coffee,
add a little more.
•The
button has not
been pressed and the
machine has used both
pre-ground coffee and
coffee ground by the
grinder
•Ground coffee has been
added when the machine
is off
Espresso / coffee is
dispensed outside the
dispenser
•Thoroughly clean the inside of the
machine. Repeat the operation by
pressing the
button.
•Remove the brewing system and
thoroughly clean the inside of the
machine.
•The holes in the spouts
are clogged with dry
coffee
•Scrape the holes with a needle
•The mobile drawer inside
the service door is blocked
and cannot swing
•Thoroughly clean the mobile
drawer and also near the hinges so
that it can swing smoothly
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Problems:
No coffee comes out of
coffee spout
Possible Cause(s)
•No water in water tank
•No beans or no preground coffee
•The brewing system
needs to be cleaned
Solution
•Fill water tank and replace inside
machine.
•Fill bean container with beans or fill
ground coffee container with preground coffee
•Clean the brewing system
•Adjust the grinder setting
•Coffee is too fine
The grinder makes an
extremely loud noise
•Check the coffee bean
container, a stone may be
blocking the grinding burrs
•Remove the stone from the coffee
bean container
The appliance takes too
long to heat up or a
limited volume of water
comes out of the nozzle
•The circuit of the
appliance is clogged by
lime scale
•Decalcify the machine
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This warranty applies to all products with De’Longhi or Kenwood brand names.
Limited Warranty
What does the warranty cover?
We warrant each appliance to be free from defects in material and workmanship. Our
obligation under this warranty is limited to repair at our factory or authorized service center of
any defective parts or part thereof, other than parts damaged in transit. In the event of a
products replacement or return, the unit must be returned transportation prepaid. The
repaired or new model will be returned at the company expense.
This warranty shall apply only if the appliance is used in accordance with the factory
directions, which accompany it, and on an Alternating current ( AC ) circuit.
How long does the coverage last?
This warranty runs for one year ( 1 ) from the purchase date found on your receipt and
applies only to the original purchaser for use.
What is not covered by the warranty?
The warranty does not cover defects or damage of the appliance, which result from repairs
or alterations to the appliance outside our factory or authorized service centers, nor shall it
apply to any appliance, which has been subject to abuse, misuse, negligence or accidents.
Also, consequential and incidental damage resulting from the use of this product or arising
out of any breach of contract or breach of this warranty are not recoverable under this
warranty. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damage, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
How do you get service?
If repairs become necessary, see contact information below:
U.S. Residents:
Please contact our toll free hotline at 1-800-322-3848 or log onto our website at
www.delonghi.com.
For all accessories, spare parts or replacement parts, please contact our parts division at 1800-865-6330.
Residents of Canada: Please contact our toll free hotline at 1-888-335-6644 or log onto our
website at www.delonghi.com.
Residents of Mexico: Please refer to the Limited Warranty statement for Mexico.
Please refer to the back page of the manual for De’Longhi addresses.
The above warranty is in lieu of all other express warranties and representations. All implied
warranties are limited to the applicable warranty period set forth above. This limitation does
not apply if you enter into an extended warranty with De’Longhi. Some states do not allow
limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above exclusions may not apply to
you. De’Longhi does not authorize any other person or company to assume for it any liability
in connection with the sale or use of its appliance.
How does state law apply?
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary
from state to state.
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PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT WITH DE’LONGHI’S
EXTENDED SERVICE PLAN
For your convenience and protection an optional extended service
plan is available!
For a small price you can be sure that your appliance is protected. If
your product needs repair two years beyond the manufacturer’s
limited warranty, we will fix it at no cost to you.
If you choose to enroll, please detach and fill out this form and mail
with payment (check or money order only). Your Extended Service
Plan certificate will be sent to you by return mail.
PLEASE PRINT
Name:
Address:
City, State and Zip Code:
TWO-YEAR EXTENDED SERVICE PLAN
Super Automatic Espresso Maker
$150.00
MAIL TO:
De’Longhi America, Inc.
Park 80 West, Plaza One
Saddle Brook, NJ 07663
Attn: Consumer Service Dept.
Cut Along Dotted Line
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Service Centers
For a list of service centers specifically for
Magnifica, please call
1-800-322-3848 (U.S. Only)
and wait for the Magnifica prompt.
Ordering Accessories or Parts
To order accessories or parts, please either call
our customer service department at
1-800-865-6330
Monday – Friday: 8:30 – 5:00 (EST)
or visit our Magnifica-dedicated site at
www.delonghi-espresso.com
Technical Information:
Rated Voltage / Frequency:
110/120 Volts - 50 / 60 Hz
Power: 1150 Watts
Water Container Capacity: 60 oz. / 1.8 liter
Bean Container Capacity: 7.10 oz. / 200 grams
De’Longhi America
Park 80 West, Plaza One
4th Floor
Saddle Brook, NJ 07663
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De’Longhi America
Park 80 West, Plaza One
4th Floor
Saddle Brook, NJ 07663
De’Longhi Canada, Inc.
6150 McLaughlin Rd.
Mississauga, Ontario
L5R 4E1 Canada
1-888-335-6644
www.delonghi.com
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