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Operating instructions
HOT BEVERAGE BREWER
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Instruction Manual
1.1
English
Introduction
We are delighted that you have chosen
one of our quality products, the Bolero.
These machines are specially designed
for making hot beverages such as coffee,
hot chocolate, soup, etc.
In order to gain full and safe benefit from
this machine's facilities, we advise you to
read this manual carefully.
We
recommend
that you keep
the double
page unfolded
while reading
this manual.
Contence
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
1.14
1.15
1.2
Page
INTRODUCTION ...............................................................1
MODELS AND TYPES .......................................................1
WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS ........................................2
1.3.1
Warnings ................................................2
1.3.2
Precautions ..................................................2
A QUICK MACHINE GUIDE.................................................3
1.4.1
Accessories..................................................3
INSTALLING THE MACHINE AND SETTING UP FOR
OPERATION ....................................................................4
1.5.1
Hot-water tap ...............................................4
SETTINGS ......................................................................5
GENERAL PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE ............................5
1.7.1
In general .....................................................5
1.7.2
Activating the settings program....................5
1.7.3
Closing the settings program .......................5
STEP-BY-STEP PROGRAMMING ........................................6
1.8.1
Starting the rinsing program.........................6
1.8.2
Start descaling program...............................6
STEP BY STEP PROGRAMMING (CONTINUED) ....................7
1.9.1
Setting the quantity of beverage per cup .....7
1.9.2
Setting the strength of beverage per cup.....7
1.9.3
Switching the mixer on or off when tapping
cups .............................................................7
STEP BY STEP PROGRAMMING (CONTINUED) ....................8
1.10.1 Setting the quantity beverage per decanter
or switching off the decanter option.............8
1.10.2 Switching the mixer on or off when tapping
decanters.....................................................8
STEP BY STEP PROGRAMMING (CONTINUED) ....................9
1.11.1 Setting the hot water temperature................9
1.11.2 Setting descaling signal ...............................9
USAGE .........................................................................10
1.12.1 Hot-water tap .............................................10
1.12.2 Stopping the brewing process....................10
MAINTENANCE..............................................................11
1.13.1 Daily maintenance:.....................................11
1.13.2 Weekly maintenance:.................................11
1.13.3 Cleaning the ingredient container: .............11
1.13.4 Removing and cleaning ventilator ..............11
DESCALING ..................................................................12
MALFUNCTIONS ............................................................13
Models and types
This instruction manual applies to the
following machines:
Blr-003 (with plastic corkscrew)
Blr-004 (with metal spiral)
See the type plate on the machine for
data relating to power, model and type
number, etc. We recommend that you
record this data in the drawing of the type
plate in the back of this instruction
manual.
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1.3
Warnings and precautions
Please observe the following warnings
and precautions for safe use of the
Bolero:
1.3.1
WARNINGS
∆ Never submerge the machine in water.
∆ Stay with the machine during
maintenance activities such as
descaling.
∆ The machine must be connected to the
power and water supply in such a way
that it can be detached easily.
∆ The manufacturer accepts no liability for
any damage resulting from installation,
use or maintenance that is not in
compliance with this manual.
∆ It is very important not to use regular
silicon grease on the axle (4.8). It has to
be silicon grease for food purpose use
only.
∆ Avoid touching moving parts when
opening the machine. This can be
dangerous!
1.3.2
PRECAUTIONS
• If the machine is not used for some
considerable time, it is recommended
that you disconnect the water- and
power supply.
• Normally some water will always remain
inside the machine, please note this
carefully before placing the machine in
a room where the temperature might
drop below 0° Celsius.
2
• If you are using a strong detergent or
descaling agent, it is highly recommended to wear safety goggles (facial
protection) and gloves.
• Avoid spilling descaling agent on the
outside of the machine, as this may
result in lasting damage to the housing.
Remove any accidentally spilled
descaling agent immediately, while
taking all necessary warnings and
safety precautions mentioned in this
manual.
• Wash you hands after using a strong
detergent or descaling agent.
• All repairs must be performed by the
Bravilor Bonamat dealer or a skilled and
authorised expert.
• Remove the plug from the mains socket
before opening the machine, e.g. for
maintenance or repairs.
• Always connect this machine to an
earthed wall socket.
• Always use approved materials and
parts for installing or repairing this
machine.
• This machine must be connected to the
water supply using a manually operated
tap and the water hose supplied.
• Always observe local rules and
standards when installing this machine.
• This machine can only be used in a
room where the temperature will not fall
below 2°C or rise above 30°C.
• If this machine is exposed to
temperatures below freezing point, the
remaining water inside will freeze. If this
is the case, do not switch the machine
on, unplug it and call your service
engineer.
• Do not place this machine on a surface
at a slope of more than 5°.
1.4
A quick machine guide
The double page presents the most
important parts of the machine. Keep this
double page unfolded & while reading
this instruction manual.
1. On/off switch of the machine
2. Container for ingredients with
dispensing mechanism
2.1 Lid of container for ingredients
2.2 Outlet (discharge opening)
2.3 Corkscrew (plastic) or
Spiral (metal)
2.4 Connection piece
2.5 Gear wheel
3. Program switch
4. Mixing basin
4.1 Mixing basin (upper)
4.1.1 Extraction aperture
4.2 Mixing basin (lower)
4.3 Hose
4.4 Mixing chamber
4.5 Outlet
4.6 Mixer
4.6.1 Point (on mixer)
4.7 Base plate
4.8 Axle
5. Drain hose
6. Hot-water cock
7. Hot-water syphon
8. Inlet for descaling agent
9. Top cover
10. Door
11. Display
12. Selection key
13. Start button
(=setting key for
program)
14. Beverage outlet
15. Drip-tray
16. Drip-tray cover plate
17. Hot-water outlet
18. Hot-water tap
19. Lock with key
20. Opening for fixing driptray
21. Ventilator
21.1 Grate
21.2 Ventilator
1.4.1
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ACCESSORIES
Glass decanter
Renegite
Funnel
Water connection hose
Drip-tray with cover plate
Keys
Brush
Operating instructions
Sticker sheet
When the machine requires descaling,
the descaling symbol (see figure 1)
appears in the display (11).
Fig. 1
3
1.5
Installing the machine and setting up for operation
1. Place the machine on the work
surface. Leave a minimum of 6 cm
clear on the right-hand side so that
the door (10) can be opened.
2. Place the sticker “hot water” in the
recess above the hot water tap (17).
3. Place the required sticker (coffee,
chocolate, etc.) in the recess above
the beverage outlet (14).
4. Make sure that the machine is stable
and horizontal.
5. Check whether an earthed wall
socket and water supply are close by.
6. Connect the machine to the water
supply (via a tap) with the supplied
connection hose.
7. Open the tap.
8. Insert the plug in the earthed wall
socket.
9. Place the drip-tray (15) in front of the
machine. Put the fixing cams into the
opening (20).
− It is possible to connect a drain
hose to the drip-tray. A small spout
is provided at the rear of the
drip-tray. Drill a hole in this and
slide the hose onto it.
10. Open the door (10) on the left-hand
side with the key (19).
11. Open the cover of the machine (9).
12. Remove the lid (2.1) from the
ingredient container. Fill the
ingredient container with the special
ingredients available for these
machines.
13. Replace the lid on the ingredient
container.
14. Switch on the machine. Set switch (1)
to the 'on' position, which shows a red
indicator side at the switch
− The machine will now fill with
water.
− The water will be heated.
15. The version number of the machine
appears briefly in the display (11).
(Inform the engineer of this number in
case of repair or maintenance.) A cup
then appears in the display, see
figure 2.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
Close the cover (9).
Push the door to close it.
Lock the door with the key (19).
A flashing thermometer will appear in
the top right-hand corner of the
display, see figure 3.
When the water is hot enough, the
thermometer will disappear from the
display.
Place an empty coffee cup under the
beverage outlet (14).
Push the start button
.
The beverage is dispensed into the
cup. (The cup in the display flashes
while the beverage is dispensed.)
Discard the first two cups of
beverage.
Replace the cup under the outlet and
push the start button
again.
Check whether the taste and quantity
of the beverage are to your
satisfaction.
The beverage maker is ready for use
when the taste and quantity of the
beverage are satisfactory.
If the taste and/or the quantity are
unsatisfactory, proceed to chapter 1.6
SETTINGS.
1.5.1
HOT-WATER TAP
1. Place a cup under the hot-water
outlet (17). Draw off a cup of hot
water via the hot-water tap and
discard this.
2. The hot-water system is now ready
for use.
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
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1.6
Settings
The machine is equipped with a program
that allows you to set all the facilities of
the beverage maker. The program
comprises nine components in the
following sequence:
1. Starting rinsing program.
2. Starting descaling program.
3. Setting the quantity of beverage per
cup.
4. Setting the strength of beverage per
cup.
1.7
1.7.1
General programming procedure
IN GENERAL
Before you start programming, remember
which settings have to be changed.
Make a note of the settings you wish to
change. You can then enter all the
changes in one go, one after the other.
An explanation of the different setting
possibilities is given in § 1.8 trough 1.11.
1.7.2
5. Setting the mixer on or off for cups.
6. Setting the quantity of beverage per
decanter or switch off decanter
option.
7. Setting the mixer on or off for
decanters.
8. Setting the temperature of hot water
and beverage.
9. Setting the descaling signal.
ACTIVATING THE SETTINGS PROGRAM
1. Open the door with the key (19).
2. Switch on the machine. Set switch (1)
to the 'on' position, which shows a red
indicator side at the switch.
3. Press the programming button (3) on
the inside of the door.
Fig. 4
4. The number of brewed cups of
beverage, see figure 4, appears in
the display (11) on the outside of the
door.
5. Attention! The program returns to
normal mode after 10 seconds. Press
again the programming button (3).
6. Press selection key
(12). The
cleaning program will appear in the
display, see figure 5.
(12) again
7. Press selection key
to proceed to the next possible
program/setting.
In this manner you can use the
selection key
to run through all
the settings in the program. The
display shows what can be set after
each step.
1.7.3
CLOSING THE SETTINGS PROGRAM
1. If you have finished setting up the
program, press the programming
button (3) on the inside of the door
again. The new settings will now be
saved.
2. Check whether the changed
setting(s) from point 3 to 8 of § 1.6 is
(are) according to your requirements,
by tapping of a cup or decanter. If
not, change the setting(s) until it/they
complies/comply with your wishes.
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1.8
1.8.1
Step-by-step programming
STARTING THE RINSING PROGRAM
Fig. 5
1. Select the rinsing program. Figure 5
now appears in the display.
2. Place a cup under the beverage
outlet (14).
3. Press on the right-hand side of the
start button
ß(13). The rinsing
program now flushes the machine
with hot water. This runs into the cup.
4. Discard this water.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until the water
in the cup is clear. Press the
programming key to return.
6. The machine is again ready for use.
1.8.2
START DESCALING PROGRAM
Fig. 6
1. Open the door (10) and flip the cover
(9) up.
2. Remove the ingredient container (2)
and the drip-tray (15).
3. Press the programming key (3).
4. Select the descaling program with
selection key
(12). Figure 6
appears in the display.
5. Press the right-hand side of the start
button
ß (13).
− Cancelling the descaling
program, see point 25.
6. Pull out the drain hose (5).
7. Place the drain hose (5) over the
edge of a bucket that can hold at
least 7 litres.
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8. CARE! Water that is leaving the hose
may be hot! Remove the drain plug of
the drain hose (5) to allow the water
out into the drain or the bucket.
9. Replace the plug on the hose.
10. Gently remove the hose (4.3) from the
mixer chamber (4.2) and place it over
the edge of a bucket.
11. Dissolve 100 grams Renegite in
approx. 0,5 litre warm water.
12. Remove the plug from the descaling
inlet (8).
13. Use a funnel to pour the descaling
solution into the descaling inlet (8) and
close the inlet again with the plug.
14. Leave the Renegite solution for a few
minutes to take effect.
15. Press on the right-hand side of the
start button
ß(13). The descaling
program now starts and will last for
approx. 15 minutes. The machine will
be rinsed with water.
16. Tap a few cups of water through the
hot-water tap to flush the hot-water
outlet.
17. Remove the drain plug of the drain
hose (5) to allow the water out into
the drain or the bucket.
18. Replace the plug on the hose.
19. Replace the ingredient container (2).
20. Replace the drain hose (5) in its
original position and close the lid and
the door.
21. Replace the drip-tray (15).
22. Press the programming key (3). The
machine will now fill with water and
the water will be heated.
23. The machine is again ready for use.
24. The descaling signal is now
automatically reset .
**
PRECAUTIONARY MEASURE
• Stay with the machine throughout the
descaling process.
• Wear gloves and a facial protector
while descaling.
1.9
Step by step programming (continued)
25. Halt the descaling program
immediately after Point 5:
Within 5 seconds:
Fig. 7
The descaling program can be
cancelled by pressing the left-hand side
of the start button à , see fig. 7.
After 5 seconds:
− Switch off the machine by using
the On/Off switch.
− Press the programming button (3)
and keep this depressed.
− Switch on the machine again. The
machine has now quit the
descaling program and is again
ready to dispense coffee.
WARNING
Never halt the descaling program when
descaling agent has already been
poured into the machine!
1.9.1
SETTING THE QUANTITY OF
BEVERAGE PER CUP
1.
2.
3.
4.
Fig. 8
Select program 'setting the quantity of
beverage per cup'. Figure 8 appears
in the display.
Press the right-hand side of the
setting key
ß (13) for a larger
quantity, (maximum approx. 280 ml).
Press the left-hand side of the setting
key à
(13) for a smaller quantity,
(minimum approx. 80 ml).
The default setting is 120 ml.
1.9.2
SETTING THE STRENGTH OF
BEVERAGE PER CUP
1.
2.
3.
4.
Fig. 9
Select program “setting the strength
of beverage”. Figure 9 appears in the
display.
Press the right-hand side of the
setting key
ß (13) for a larger
quantity/stronger taste, (max. 25).
Press the left-hand side of the setting
key à
(13) for a smaller
quantity/weaker taste, (minimum 1).
The default setting is 4.
1.9.3
SWITCHING THE MIXER ON OR OFF
WHEN TAPPING CUPS
When drawing off both cups and jugs,
you can choose to switch the mixer on or
off. Mixing provides a layer of froth on the
coffee, for example. If you do not want a
layer of froth, then switch off the mixer.
(The mixer spins briefly before stopping.)
Always switch on the mixer when using
ingredients with a high dosage, such as
chocolate. Failing to do so results in
blockages.
Fig. 10
Fig. 11
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1.10 Step by step programming (continued)
1. Select program “switching mixer on or
off”. Figure 10 appears in the display.
2. Press the left-hand side of the setting
key à
(13) to switch the mixer off,
see fig. 11.
3. Press the right-hand side of the
setting key ß (13) to switch the
mixer on, see fig. 10.
The default setting is: ON.
1.10.1 SETTING THE QUANTITY BEVERAGE
PER DECANTER OR SWITCHING OFF
THE DECANTER OPTION
1.10.2 SWITCHING THE MIXER ON OR OFF
WHEN TAPPING DECANTERS
Both in drawing off cups as well as
decanters, you can choose to switch the
mixer on or off. This mixing provides a
layer of froth on for example the coffee.
In drawing off whole decanters, too much
froth can be produced. If this is the case,
then switch the mixer off. (The mixer
spins ones before stopping.)
Always switch on the mixer in using
ingredients with a high dosage, such as
chocolate. Failing to do so results in
blockages.
Fig. 12
Fig. 14
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
8
Fig. 13
Select program 'setting quantity per
decanter'. Figure 12 appears in the
display.
Press the right-hand side of the
setting key
ß(13) for a larger
quantity, (maximum approx. 720 ml).
Press the left-hand side of the setting
key à
(13) for a smaller quantity,
(minimum approx. 480 ml).
If the left-hand side of the setting key
à
(13) is pressed once again after
480 ml, a decanter appears that is
crossed out, see figure 13. This
setting means that no decanters can
be tapped - i.e. only cups.
The default setting is: 720 ml.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Fig. 15
Select program “switching mixer on or
off”. Figure 14 appears in the display.
Press the right-hand side of the
setting key
ß (13) to switch the
mixer on, see fig. 15.
Press the left-hand side of the setting
key à
(13) to switch the mixer off.
The default setting is: OFF.
1.11 Step by step programming (continued)
1.11.1 SETTING THE HOT WATER
1.11.2 SETTING DESCALING SIGNAL
TEMPERATURE
1.
2.
3.
4.
Fig. 16
Select program 'setting the hot water
temperature'. Figure 16 appears in
the display.
The setting ranges from 80 C through
90 C.
Select the required setting with the
start button
.
− press on the right-hand side of the
setting key
ß for a higher water
temperature.
− press on the left-hand side of the
setting key à
for a lower water
temperature.
The default setting is 85°C.
Fig. 17
1. Select program 'setting descaling
signal', see figure 17.
− The setting ranges from 0 through 5.
− This setting allows you to set the
number of litres of beverage that
can be brewed, after which the
machine must be descaled.
− This setting depends on the
hardness of the water. The harder
the water, the sooner descaling is
necessary.
Setting
1
2
3
4
5
Number of
litres
no signalling
±
250 litres
±
500 litres
± 1000 litres
± 1500 litres
± 2000 litres
Water hardness
description
°dH
18 till 30
12 till 18
8 till 12
4 till 8
0 till 4
hard
fairly hard
average
soft
very soft
4,0 °dH = 0,714 mmol/litres
5,6 °dH = 1,000 mmol/litres
8,0 °dH = 1,429 mmol/litres
12,0 °dH = 2,143 mmol/litres
18,0 °dH = 3,214 mmol/litres
30,0 °dH = 5,357 mmol/litres
2. Select the required setting with the
setting key
ß(13).
− press on the right-hand side of the
setting key
ß (=ascending).
− press on the left-hand side of the
setting key
ß (=descending)
3. The default setting is: ± 1000 litres,
setting 3.
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1.12 Usage
1. Insert the plug into an earthed wall
socket.
2. Open the door (10) on the left-hand
side with the key (19).
3. Open the top cover of the machine
(9).
4. Remove the lid (2.1) from the
ingredient container.
5. Fill the ingredient container with the
special ingredients available for these
machines.
6. Replace the lid on the ingredient
container.
7. Switch on the machine. Set switch (1)
to the 'on' position, which shows a red
indicator side at the switch.
8. Close the top cover (9).
9. Lock the door with the key (19).
10. A coffee cup appears in the display
(11). In the top right-hand corner a
flashing thermometer appears, see
fig. 3. As soon as the water is at the
correct temperature the thermometer
will disappear.
11. Place an empty cup under the
beverage outlet (14).
12. Press the start button
.
13. The beverage will run into the cup.
14. It is also possible to tap a half or a
whole decanter of beverage.
15. Pushing the selection key
(12)
once, or twice in a row enables you to
tap a whole decanter or half a
decanter respectively. The display
(11) subsequently shows half a
decanter and a full decanter.
16. Place an open and empty decanter
under the beverage outlet (14) when
the whole or half-decanter setting is
selected.
10
within five
17. Press the start button
seconds of selecting one of the
decanter settings. If you wait any
longer, the machine automatically
returns to the cup setting.
18. If the water temperature is too low, a
thermometer appears in the display,
see figure 3.
19. Tapping beverage is temporarily
blocked. As soon as the water has
returned to the correct temperature, a
cup appears in the display. From this
moment on it is possible to tap
beverage once again.
1.12.1 HOT-WATER TAP
1. The hot-water tap is intended for
filling a cup occasionally.
2. The hot-water tap (18) is not blocked
when the water temperature is too
low.
3. It is unadvisable to draw hot water
during drawing beverage.
1.12.2 STOPPING THE BREWING PROCESS
When the decanter setting is selected
and the start button
is pressed,
although only cups are needed, it is
possible to halt the brewing process.
Halt the brewing process by pressing the
start button
again immediately after
the start or by pressing the selection key
. Although this stops the brewing
process, a one cup beverage will still run
into the cup.
1.13 Maintenance
It goes without saying that the machine
and the accessories have to be kept
thoroughly clean.
1.13.1 DAILY MAINTENANCE:
− Cleaning:
• Remove the plug from the wall
socket.
• Clean the inside and the outside of
the machine with a moist cloth, if
necessary with a non-abrasive
and/or non-aggressive detergent.
Then wipe the machine dry with a dry
cloth.
− Wash with brush and hot water, or use
an ordinary detergent:
• Glass decanter
• Drip-tray
• Loose parts, see the fold out sheet.
Remove these parts as follows:
1. Remove hose (4.3) from the
mixing basin (4.2).
2. Pull mixing basin towards you to
remove the extraction aperture
(4.1.1) from the hole.
3. Twist the mixing basin (4.1+4.2)
back and forth to remove it.
4. Pull the outlet (4.5) carefully off
the mixing chamber (4.4) by a
rotating motion.
5. Remove the mixing chamber
(4.4) by turning it to the right
and pulling it towards you.
6. After cleaning replace the parts
in reverse order.
− Cleaning program:
• Perform the rinsing program every
day, see § 1.8.1, Starting the rinsing
program.
1.13.2 WEEKLY MAINTENANCE:
− Wash with brush and hot water, or use
an ordinary detergent:
• Perform the procedure for removing
the loose parts, see step 1 - 5 of the
daily maintenance.
1. Remove the mixer (4.6) at the
same time as the base plate
2.
3.
4.
5.
(4.7) by turning it to the right
and pulling it forward.
Clean these parts.
Clean the axle (4.8).
Replace all the parts in reverse
order.
CARE! The mixer (4.6) contains
a dot (4.6.1). Slide the nut onto
the axle with the dot aligned to
the flat side of the axle.
1.13.3 CLEANING THE INGREDIENT
CONTAINER:
− Before refilling the ingredient
container:
• Use both hands to lift the ingredient
container carefully out of the
machine, slanting it forward slightly.
• Use the brush that came with the
machine to remove residue from the
ingredient container (2) and the
corkscrew (plastic) or spiral (metal)
(2.3). Never use water or detergent
to clean this part of the machine.
• Replace the container in the same
way as you removed it, but in the
reverse order.
• Make sure:
− the connector (2.4) fits correctly
over the toothed wheel (2.5) in
the rear.
− the fixing lug of the container falls
into the slit of the panel.
1.13.4 REMOVING AND CLEANING
VENTILATOR
1. Remove the plug from the wall socket.
2. Take the ventilation grate (21.1)
between thumb and index finger,
press the sides a little inwards, pull it
forward and remove the grate.
3. Take the ventilator (21.2) between
thumb and index finger and pull it
carefully out of the ventilator casing.
4. Clean the ventilator and its casing
thoroughly using a brush.
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1.14 Descaling
**
PRECAUTIONARY MEASURE
• Stay with the machine throughout the
descaling process.
• Wear gloves and a facial protector
while descaling.
During use limescale deposits
accumulate in the machine. The machine
is equipped with a signalling function that
is activated after a certain number of
litres water have run through the machine
(see §1.11.2 Setting descaling signal).
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When this descaling signal is activated
(fig. 1 appears in the display), the
descaling program § 1.8.2 must be
started soon.
Before descaling read the instruction
manual and the recommendations on the
sachet of descaling agent. We
recommend to use Renegite, which we
have tested.
1.15 Malfunctions
In the event of malfunctions, first consult
the malfunctions list. If this list does not
help to resolve the problem, consult your
Bravilor Bonamat dealer, your service
engineer or one of the service centres.
WARNING
If the machine needs to be opened, e.g.
in the case of repairs, the plug must first
be removed from the wall socket!
LIST OF MALFUNCTIONS
SYMPTOM:
POSSIBLE CAUSE:
• The machine does not
work and nothing appears
in the display.
• The plug is not in the socket.
• The external fuse has blown;
the group is overloaded.
• Put the plug into the socket.
• Replace fuse in question.
Connect machine to different
group if necessary.
ACTIONS:
• The descaling signal
(fig. 1) appears in the
display.
• The set number of litres for
the descaling setting has
been reached.
• Descale machine, see § 1.8.2.
• The
signal and 'error'
appears in the display.
• The water supply is blocked.
1. Supply cock is still closed.
Open it.
1.1 Switch the machine off
and on again by switch
3, to remove “error” from
the display. (It may be
necessary to repeat the
procedure after 5 min.)
1.2 If the machine still does
not start, remove the
mains plug from the
socket and call your
service engineer.
2. Close supply cock.
Disconnect the connecting
hose on either side and
remove any blockages.
2.1 Carry out Point 1.1 and,
if necessary, Point 1.2.
• A leak has been detected
near the axle (4.8).
• The axle (4.8) and base
plate (4.7) are dirty.
• Clean base plate and axle,
see § 1.13.2. Add a little
grease to the axle if
necessary. Replace base
plate if necessary.
• Water occasionally flows
automatically out of the
beverage outlet.
• The temperature is set so
high that the water starts to
boil.
• Set temperature lower, see
§ 1.11.1.
• The
signal and 'error'
appears in the display.
• The water supply is blocked.
• See points 1, 1.1, 2 and 2.1.
• Serious malfunction.
• Remove plug from the wall
socket and call your service
engineer.
SUBJECT TO MODIFICATIONS
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240
/h
Blr-003/Blr-004 - 16 A
L= ± 120 cm
min. 1 bar/max. 10 bar
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