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Capresso Impressa J5 Operating instructions
CAPRESSO
Impressa J5
Fully Automatic
Coffee & Espresso Center
with Clearyl Water Care System
Operating Instructions
and Warranty
Customer Service 1-800-220-5701
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
wall outlet. To disconnect, turn any control to “off” then
remove plug from wall outlet.
12. Do not use appliance for other than intended use.
13. Use extreme caution when disposing hot steam.
14. For household use only.
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions
should always be followed, including the following:
1. Read all instructions.
2. Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs.
3. To protect against fire, electric shock and personal injury,
do not immerse cord, plugs or appliance in water or
other liquids.
4. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is
used by or near children.
5. Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning.
Allow it to cool before putting on or taking off parts, and
before cleaning the appliance.
6. Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or
plug or after the appliance malfunctions, or has been
damaged in any manner. Return appliance to the nearest
authorized service facility for examination, repair or
adjustment.
7. The use of accessory attachments not recommended by
the appliance manufacturer may result in fire, electric
shock, or personal injury.
8. Do not use outdoors.
9. Do not let the cord hang over the edge of a table or
counter, or touch hot surfaces.
10. Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in
a heated oven.
11. Always attach plug to appliance first, then plug cord into
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
SPECIAL CORD SET
INSTRUCTIONS
Regarding your cord set:
A. A short power-supply cord (or detachable power-supply
cord) is to be provided to reduce risks resulting from
becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord.
B. Longer detachable power-supply or extension cords are
available and may be used if care is exercised in their use.
C. If a long detachable power-supply cord or extension cord
is used,
1) The marked electrical rating of the detachable powersupply cord or extension cord should be at least as
great as the electrical rating of the appliance,
2) If the appliance is of the grounded type, the extension cord should be a rounding type 3-wire cord, and
3) The longer cord should be arranged so that it will not
drape over the counter-top or table-top where it can be
pulled on by children or tripped over.
2.
Notice: Your Impressa J5 has a 3-prong grounded plug. To
reduce the risk of electrical shock this plug will fit in an outlet
only one way. If the plug does not fit in the outlet contact a
qualified electrician. DO NOT modify the plug in any way.
JURA-CAPRESSO
Jura was founded in 1931 in Switzerland. Capresso was
founded in 1994 in the USA. Both companies have joined
forces in the US to bring you the finest Fully Automatic
Coffee Centers available anywhere. With innovative and
user-friendly features, high quality materials, clear instructions and superb customer service, we are sure you will
experience the best coffee, espresso, cappuccino or latte
you have ever had. We hope you will enjoy your new Fully
Automatic Coffee Center and will recommend it to your
friends. For more information about our products visit our
website www.capresso.com.
CAUTION
This appliance is for household use only. Any servicing other
than cleaning and user maintenance should be performed by
an authorized service representative.
• Do not immerse base in water or try to disassemble.
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not remove
the base. No user serviceable parts inside. Repair should
be done by authorized service personnel only.
• Check voltage to be sure that the voltage indicated on the
name plate agrees with your voltage.
• Never use warm or hot water to fill the water container!
Use cold water only!
• Keep your hands and the cord away from hot parts of the
appliance during operation.
• Never clean with scouring powders or hard implements.
Michael Kramm, President
Customer Service
1-800-220-5701
Mon-Thu 9AM – 9PM • Fri 9AM – 8PM • Sat 9AM – 5PM
Eastern Standard Time.
email: contact@capresso.com
Jura-Capresso LLC.
81 Ruckman Road, Closter, NJ 07624
201-767-3999 • Fax: 201-767-9684
Website: www.capresso.com
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Bean container lid
Storage lid
Storage compartment
Control panel (see Fig. 2)
Beverage buttons (see Fig. 3)
frothXpress
Dual coffee spouts
Used coffee container
Removable tray
Stainless steel grid
Removable drawer
Measuring scoop (inside storage compartment)
Dual Frother Plus (inside storage compartment)
Cup illumination
Removable water tank
Water tank lid
Bean aroma lid (see Fig. 4)
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Inside Welcome Pack:
a. Cleaning tablets
b. Water hardness indicator strip
c. Clearyl Water cartridge* (unpacked)
without extension rod
Main Power Switch and
power cord located on
right side of machine.
* Attention: The Water Filter Cartridge should be in a pouch.
If your machine comes with the cartridge installed, it is not a new machine!
Call customer service 1-800-220-5701.
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On/Off
Button
Rotary
Dial
Push
Button
Rinse
Button
Beverage Buttons
Bean Container Lid
Bean Aroma Lid
1 Espresso
2 Espressi
Hot
Water
Steam
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CAPRESSO
1 Coffee
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2 Coffees
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Coffee spouts down
and together
Grind
Selector
finer
coarser
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Frothing
range
Milk
Hose
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Steam only
no siphoning
DIAL
Steaming
range
4 to 6 o'clock
Chrome
Nozzle
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Venting tip
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Dual Frother Plus
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Table of Contents
Chapter
Page
Chapter
Page
Important Safeguards......................................................... 2
9.
Beverage Buttons ................................................. 14
Customer Service Information ........................................... 3
10.
Tips for HOTTER COFFEE................................... 14
Illustrations...................................................................... 4-7
11.
Brewing Coffee and Espresso ........................... 15
1.
Product Warranty Registrations............................ 10
11.1
Overriding strength & cup size during brewing .... 15
2.
Quick Reference Guide/Operating Inst./ DVD...... 10
11.2
Visual programming of cup size .......................... 16
3.
Welcome to the Impressa J5 ................................ 10
11.3
Using pre-ground coffee...................................... 16
3.1
Bean-to-Cup /“Crema”/High Pressure Brewing ....11
12.
Cappuccino and Latte ........................................ 17
3.2.
Different Coffee Drinks.......................................... 11
12.1
Using the frothXpress system............................... 17
3.3
Coffee Facts.......................................................... 11
12.1.1 Making Cappuccino and Latte ............................. 17
4.
Please Don’t / Please Do.................................... 11
12.1.2 HOTTER MILK ..................................................... 18
5.
Factory Settings.................................................... 12
12.1.3 Making Hot Chocolate and Café Mocha .............. 18
6.
Preparing the J5 for the first time ..................... 12
12.1.4 Cleaning the frothXpress ...................................... 19
6.1
Turning the machine on ........................................ 13
12.1.5 Quick rinse ............................................................ 19
6.2
Filling the water tank............................................. 13
12.1.6 Thorough cleaning / Cappuccino Cleaner ............ 19
6.3
About coffee beans............................................... 13
12.2
6.4
Filling the bean container...................................... 13
12.2.1 Cleaning the Dual Frother Plus ............................. 20
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Adjusting the grinder............................................. 14
12.2.2 Cleaning the steam nozzle.................................... 20
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Daily Preparation................................................. 14
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Using the Dual Frother Plus system ..................... 19
Using hot water..................................................... 20
Table of Contents
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Chapter
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Water Care ............................................................ 20
18.1
Cleaning with special tablet............................... 28
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CLEARYL water filter cartridge ......................... 21
18.2
Manual tablet cleaning cycle ................................ 28
15.1
Installing and activating the CLEARYL filter ......... 21
18.3
Decalcifying........................................................... 29
15.2
Automatic CLEARYL replacement .........................22
18.4
Manual decalcifying .............................................. 30
15.3
Manual CLEARYL replacement............................. 22
19.
Emptying system before transport ....................... 30
15.4
Do not let the CLEARYL filter dry out ............... 22
20.
Keeping your machine in top shape..................... 30
16.
Water hardness monitor........................................ 22
20.1
Automated cleaning programs ............................. 31
16.1
Changing the water hardness monitor ................. 23
20.2
Cleaning the bean container................................. 31
17.
Programming / Information / Maintenance...... 23
20.3. Cleaning metal contacts ....................................... 31
17.1
Optional Cleaning Cycles .................................... 24
20.4
Cleaning the inside of the machine ...................... 31
17.2
Re-programming all beverage buttons ................. 24
20.5
Cleaning the frothXpress and Dual Frother .......... 31
17.3
Energy saving mode ............................................. 25
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Display messages ............................................... 31
17.4
Setting the time..................................................... 26
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Troubleshooting..................................................... 32
17.5
Setting the auto-on time ....................................... 26
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Error messages ..................................................... 33
17.6
Changing the auto-off setting ............................... 26
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Removing stones from the burr grinder................ 34
17.7
Looking up information ......................................... 27
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Supplies................................................................ 34
17.8
Changing the display settings .............................. 27
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Warranty ................................................................ 35
17.9
Changing the language......................................... 28
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Free Repair Service............................................... 36
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Automatic cleaning cycles .................................... 28
Jura-Capresso address information................................. 36
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1. PRODUCT WARRANTY REGISTRATION
Please remove the Product Registration from the WELCOME
PACK, fill it out and mail or fax it to us within two weeks after
purchasing your machine or register your product online through
our website: www.capresso.com. Important: This registration is
part of your warranty (chapter 26). In case your retailer sent the
product registration when you purchased the machine, it is not
necessary to register again.
trademark of each Jura-Capresso coffee center. This Pre-Brew
Aroma-System ensures optimal coffee extraction, and the
powerful 18-bar pump will finish every cup with a rich layer of
"crema" – proof of perfectly high-pressure brewed coffee. Just
press one of the four coffee beverage buttons and your Impressa
J5 will grind, tamp and brew your personal cup of coffee. The
integrated solid steel conical burr grinder grinds beans to the
correct fineness. A separate funnel lets you use pre-ground
coffee. The stainless steel lined ThermoBlock heating system
prevents water from coming in contact with aluminum and
allows you to brew coffee immediately after frothing (no purging).
All coffee, water and steam functions are programmable to your
own personal taste. Brew coffee between 1 and 16 oz. The
unique dual coffee spout moves up and down and in and out to
accommodate a wide variety of cups. The frothXpress system is
an automatic frothing system that takes the guess work out of
steaming and frothing milk. If you prefer the traditional steaming
and frothing, use the Dual Frother (stored in the storage compartment). The steam nozzle produces unlimited amount of
steam. The hot water function lets you prepare tea and other
beverages in seconds or use it to pre-warm your coffee cups. All
important functions such as water level, bean container, used
coffee container and water filter are monitored automatically. You
can program the machine to turn itself on and off, change the
language and check how many cups of coffee you made.
2. QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE /
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS / DVD
Thank you for choosing this Jura-Capresso product.
Important: Do not try to start the machine without following the
set-up steps in the Quick Reference Guide or the Operating
Instructions.
• If you can’t wait to get to your first cup of coffee or cappuccino,
use the Quick Reference Guide. Enjoy! Keep it next to your
machine, until you feel comfortable.
• Take the time to study the Operating Instructions. It covers all
the great features of this machine. You will also find helpful
hints and information that will enhance your enjoyment with
coffee beverages.
• We highly recommend viewing the enclosed DVD.
3. WELCOME TO THE IMPRESSA J5
This fully automatic coffee center is completely programmable
and extremely user friendly. Your Impressa J-series can prepare
one or two cups of crema coffee at a time. The two-step pressure
brewing system – well known in commercial applications –
was adapted and refined by Jura coffee specialists and is the
Smooth, clean lines, elegant accents and an all-encompassing
attention to detail make the J5 an aesthetic masterpiece from
any angle. High-end materials, a rich platinum metallic front
treatment and tasteful chrome accents on top, compliment the
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black or white finish. The cup/coffee illumination lets you enjoy
the coffee preparation (Fig.1.13a). Enjoy your Impressa J5!
Experiment with the size of your milk based drinks. For stronger
coffee taste add more coffee, for more milk taste add more
frothed milk.
3.1 BEAN-TO-CUP / “CREMA COFFEE" /
HIGH PRESSURE BREWING
According to the majority of coffee experts, grinding the beans
just before brewing, tamping and brewing under high pressure is
the ideal extracting process for maximum flavor and aroma. Your
Jura-Capresso automatic coffee center will always produce
espresso and coffee with a thick, foamy layer called "crema."
The crema traps the fine aromatics and the light gaseous flavors
that register on the palate. The high pressure and the short
brewing time prevent the extraction of bitter oils and release less
caffeine than any other brewing method.You will always make
the absolute freshest and most aromatic cup of coffee. This is
the reason why many European restaurants and hotels serve
only fresh pressured brewed coffee. Experiment with your new
machine and prepare yourself the best and most enjoyable cup
of coffee!
3.3 COFFEE FACTS
• Caffeine is tasteless. A "strong" coffee or espresso is mostly
the result of the amount of coffee in relation to the amount of
water. The longer a bean is roasted, the less caffeine it has.
• Arabica and Robusta are two genetically different kinds of
beans. "Arabica" beans have more flavor and a little less caffeine
than "Robusta" beans which are mostly used in lower priced
coffees and instant coffees.
• Espresso is not a bean, it's the way the coffee is roasted and
prepared. Typical US espresso roasts result in darker beans with
an oily surface. European espresso roasts are medium brown
with no or very little oils on the surface.
Please note: Dark, oily beans should be processed differently
than medium brown beans: see chapter 7.
3.2 DIFFERENT COFFEE DRINKS
Here are some guidelines for the most popular coffee drinks:
• Ristretto: 1/2 to 1 oz. of coffee. Sweeten to taste
• Espresso: 1 to 2 oz. coffee. Sweeten to taste
• Double Shot: 3 to 4 oz. of coffee. Sweeten to taste
• Crema Coffee: 5 to 8 oz. of coffee
• Cappuccino: Espresso plus 3 to 4 oz. of hot frothed milk
• Latte: Espresso plus 3-5 oz. steamed milk with little or no froth
• Café Mocha: Add chocolate syrup to milk then steam and froth
and add espresso.
4. PLEASE, DON’T... (or you void your warranty protection):
• Never pull out the drawer during the brewing process. Only
pull the drawer when the display instructs you or when the
display shows READY.
• Never fill instant coffee into the bean container or ground coffee
funnel; it can damage the brewing chamber.
• Never fill sugar coated coffee beans into the bean container.
• Never fill frozen beans into the bean container. If you store
beans in the freezer, let them thaw 3 to 4 hours before filling
them into the bean container.
All Display Messages Are Shown in RED
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• Never fill anything other than coffee beans into the bean
container (no chocolate, rice, nuts, spices, etc.)
• Never fill anything but fresh, cold clean water into the water
container, except when decalcifying (chapter 18.3).
• Never use mineral or carbonated water. You can use tap
water, bottled water, spring water, distilled water and reverse
osmosis water.
• Never repair or open the machine yourself. All repairs should
be performed only by an authorized service center.
• Do not place the machine on a surface which is sensitive to
hot or cold water and steam.
Other functions are set as follows (to change functions refer to
listed chapters.)
chapter
Filter (Clearyl)...................– not installed ..... 15.1
Hardness Level............... 10º dH .................. 16
Auto-Off.......................... 2 Hours................. 17.6
Grinder Fineness ............ Middle position .... 7
Energy Saving ................ – not set.............. 17.3
Time format .................... AM/PM ................ 17.8
Volume format ................ in ounces OZ ....... 17.8
Language ....................... English ................. 17.9
Time ............................... not set ................. 17.4
Unit On (Auto-On) ......... not set ................. 17.5
PLEASE, DO...
• Fill water tank with fresh, cold water only.
• Remove any foreign particles (small stones) from coffee beans.
• Let frozen beans thaw 3 to 4 hours before pouring them into
the bean container.
CUP ILLUMINATION (Fig. 1.13a)
The cup illumination adds a dramatic touch to brewing coffee.
Providing the main power switch is on, you can activate the cup
illumination for 1 minute by pressing any button.
5. FACTORY SETTINGS
Each machine leaves the factory with the following pre-sets:
• Steam Button.........20 seconds
• Hot Water Button ...6 oz., temp. HOT
• 1 Espresso Button....1.5 oz., temp. HIGH, coffee strength: STRONG
• 2 Espressi Button .....1.5 oz. (per cup!), temp. HIGH
• 1 Coffee Button ........5.0 oz., temp. HIGH, coffee strength: NORMAL
• 2 Coffee Button .....5.0 oz.(per cup), temp. HIGH
Please note: You can change all above pre-sets (chapter 17.2).
You can also override the strengths and the cup size before/
during actual brewing. Overriding will not change the preset
values (chapter 11.1).
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6. PREPARING THE J5 FOR THE FIRST TIME
Make sure
• all accessories, literature, caution leaflets etc. are removed
from the machine, the water tank, and the bean container.
• the Clearyl Water Filter is NOT installed!
• the machine sits on a flat, even surface and the drawer, tray
and used coffee container are inserted (Fig 2).
• machine is NOT placed on a surface which is sensitive to
heat, water and steam.
Plug-in machine.
6.1 TURNING THE MACHINE ON
• Press the Main Power Switch at the bottom right in front of
the power cord (Fig. 1a). The On/Off button on top of the
machine illuminates in red (Fig. 2), indicating that the main
power switch was turned on.
• Push the On/Off button on top of the machine. The display
will illuminate. FILL WATER TANK
Oily Beans: Beans with an oily surface tend to stick together.
This may prevent a continuous flow of beans from the bean
container into the burrs. As a result the grinder does not grind
enough coffee and you might get weak or no coffee at all.
Before filling oily beans into the bean container pour the beans
in an open bowl and let them sit for about 5 hours. The oils will
evaporate (this will not change the taste of your coffee). Then fill
the beans into the bean container. Now beans will feed into the
burr grinder more easily.
Flavored Coffee: DO NOT use flavored beans in the grinder!
If you like flavored coffees we recommend to add flavors to your
coffee after brewing. This way you can use your regular coffee
beans in the bean container. Adding the flavors after brewing
lets you control the intensity better than with pre-flavored coffee.
Your local coffee store typically carries a variety of flavors.
6.2 FILLING THE WATER TANK
Please note: Only use fresh, cold water. Never fill water tank
with carbonated water, milk or any other liquid.
• Open the Water Tank Lid, remove the water tank, rinse and fill
with fresh, cold water (Fig. 5).
• Replace water tank and make sure that the two slots are
engaged over the two hooks to secure the tank properly.
• Close water tank lid. The display shows PRESS RINSE and
the Rinse Button illuminates (Fig. 2)
• Place one cup underneath the Steam Outlet (Fig. 7)
• Push the Rinse Button. SYSTEM FILLING. The machine starts
pumping water into the system, until some water will come
through the cappuccino nozzle. After a few seconds the
process stops and the display shows HEATING.
• Place a cup underneath the dual coffee spouts (Fig. 8). After
approx. one minute the display shows PRESS RINSE.
• Push the Rinse button. Warm water pumps through the coffee
spouts and stops. The display shows FILL BEANS.
6.4 FILLING THE BEAN CONTAINER
Please note: To insure that your conical burr grinder will work
for a long time, do not use it with any kind of coated or flavored
beans (all coating and flavors contain sugar or sugar substances).
Such coating can damage the burrs. Using such beans voids the
warranty. Have your coffee store grind the sugar coated beans
and use as described in the chapter 11.3.
• Open the Bean Container Lid (Fig. 4). Do not force the lid
further back than the vertical position.
• Remove the bean aroma lid (Fig. 4). The bean container has a
protective slotted cover. This prevents fingers from getting into
the burrs during grinding. This slotted cover can be opened by
loosening the holding screw (Fig. 28) (chapter 20.2). The bean
container has a sensor which monitors the bean level. It will
6.3 ABOUT COFFEE BEANS
Frozen Beans: Thaw 3 to 4 hours before adding to bean
container. This prevents moisture from seeping into the grinder.
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remind you via the display when to refill the beans before the
bean container is completely empty.
• Fill beans into the bean container.
• Place a cup underneath the Dual Coffee Spout and push the
1-cup Espresso Button (Fig. 3). The machine starts grinding
and brewing. The display may still show FILL BEANS.
• Push the 1-cup Espresso Button again. Discard the first two
cups of coffee. READY. Your next cup of coffee will be perfect.
Rinse Button (Fig. 2). Hot water pumps through the coffee
spouts. The rinse cycle stops by itself and the display reads:
READY. You are now ready to make coffee.
9. BEVERAGE BUTTONS (Fig. 3)
The J5 has six beverage buttons: four coffee buttons, a hot
water button and a steam button. These buttons are all
pre-programmed (see chapter 5). If you want to re-program
them, see chapter 17.2.
7. ADJUSTING THE GRINDER (Fig. 10)
• Open the storage lid (Fig. 1.2). The grinder adjustment is set to a
medium fineness position. We recommend to leave the grinder
in this position for most applications. If you have extremely
dark roasted, oily beans we recommend to set the grinder to a
coarser setting (towards the thick end of the bar).
Important: You can only adjust the grind settings, while the
grinder is running.
• While the grinder is running turn the grind selector switch to
the desired position.
– For dark, oily beans turn the selector switch toward the
thicker end of the bar (away from the bean symbol).
– For light, dry beans turn selector switch toward bean symbol.
10. TIPS FOR HOTTER COFFEE
• Always make sure the temperature setting for your coffee
beverage is set to HIGH (chapters 5 and 17.2).
Some coffee drinkers like their coffee extremely hot. High
pressure brewed coffee will lose its flavor and aroma if it is
brewed too hot. In addition the “crema” on top of your coffee
will disappear within seconds if the coffee is brewed too hot.
Contrary to drip coffee (which is normally brewed into a carafe
sitting on a hot plate) the J5 brews coffee directly into your cup.
Since the cup is at room temperature or even colder it will
immediately take away warmth from your coffee beverage.
Black Coffee / Espresso:
• We highly recommend to pre-warm your cup. The fastest way
is to place the cup under the frother and push the Hot Water
Button (Fig. 3). Fill the cup with 2 to 6 oz. of hot water. Then
empty the cup. Now prepare your coffee.
• In addition you can increase the temperature of the coffee
by turning the grind fineness selector to a slightly finer
setting (see chapter 7). The finer grind will slow down the
brewing process thus increasing the water temperature.
This might result in less crema on top of your coffee / espresso.
8. DAILY PREPARATION
We recommend filling the water container every morning with
fresh, cold water. This will enhance the taste of your coffee.
• Make sure the Main Power Switch is on (Fig. 1a). In this case
the On/Off button on top is illuminated.
• Push the On/Off button on top of the machine. HEATING.
After approx. 1 to 2 minutes the display shows RINSE.
• Place a cup under the coffee spouts (Fig. 8) and push the
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Extremely Hot Coffee:
If you like your coffee even hotter you can inject steam. This will
make the crema disappear.
• Slip on the Dual Frother Plus (Fig. 18)
• Push the Steam button (Fig. 3). The display shows HEATING.
After a few seconds the display shows READY.
• Immerse the tip of the Dual Frother into your cup of coffee and
push the Steam button again. Hot steam is injected.
• Push any button to stop the steam injection.
CAUTION: If you steam the coffee too long it will begin to boil
and possibly splash from your cup.
uses a 2-step brewing process (Pre-Brew Aroma System).
First, it moistens the ground coffee (pre-brew phase), pauses
for a few seconds, and then starts the brewing process. The
display will show the name of the button you pushed, e.g.
1 ESPRESSO and then the strength, e.g. STRONG and then
1 ESPRESSO again. The brewing process stops automatically
as soon as the programmed volume of coffee is produced.
Very Important: After the brewing stops, the J5 will discard the
used coffee. Please do not pull out the drawer (Fig. 1.11)
during this time. It can seriously damage the machine. There
is no need to pull out the drawer unless you see the message
EMPTY GROUNDS, see chapter 21.
When the display shows READY you can brew the next cup of
coffee.
Please note: You can always stop the brewing process by
pushing the Rotary Dial or any of the beverage buttons.
This will not affect the programmed values.
Coffee with Milk:
If you normally add cold milk to your coffee we recommend to
pre-warm your milk. Proceed as follows:
• First add cold milk to your pre-warmed cup.
• Use the Dual Frother to steam the milk (Fig. 18, 19, 20)
• Push the Steam button: HEATING. It will take a few seconds
for the system to be ready for steam.
• When the display shows READY, immerse the tip of the Dual
Frother into the milk and push the Steam Button. STEAM. Let
the hot steam warm up the milk for a few seconds.
• Then push the steam button again, to stop.
• Now place the cup under the coffee spouts and add your coffee.
11.1 OVERRIDING STRENGTH AND CUP SIZE DURING
BREWING.
With the J5’s override feature you are always able to change
certain settings just before brewing without affecting the pre-set
values. This is a great feature if you desire a different kind of
coffee which is not programmed. (For changing programmed
values see chapter 17.2).
• For the two single-cup coffee buttons you can override the
strength and the coffee volume.
• For the two double-cup coffee buttons you can override the
coffee volume (those two buttons will always brew in the
XSTRONG setting).
11. BREWING COFFEE AND ESPRESSO
(1 ESPRESSO, 2 ESPRESSI, 1 COFFEE, 2 COFFEES)
• Place one or two cups underneath Dual Coffee Spouts and
push the desired button.
The Impressa J5 will grind, tamp and then brew the coffee. It
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• For the hot water button you can override the water volume.
• For the steam button you can override the steam duration.
Important:
• You always override the coffee strength, before you push one
of the single-cup buttons.
• Coffee and Hot Water volume as well as steam duration you
override after you push any of the beverage buttons.
Example:
Your 1-cup espresso button is programmed to STRONG 1.5 oz.
Somebody wants a MILD 2oz. espresso.
READY
• Place a cup underneath the dual coffee spouts.
• Turn the Rotary Dial. The display shows four different strength
settings MILD, NORMAL, STRONG, XSTRONG.
• Select MILD then push the 1-Espresso button. 1 ESPRESSO.
MILD.
• While the J5 is grinding, turn the dial again. This time it will
show the coffee volume. Select 2.0 OZ. The J5 will produce a
2.0 oz mild espresso and will stop automatically. READY.
The next time you push the 1 cup espresso button it will
produce the programmed setting (STRONG 1.5 oz.)
Please note: When you select a different strength you must
push one of the coffee buttons within the next 3 seconds,
otherwise the J5 reverts back to READY.
Please note: When you push one of the double cup buttons and
you change the volume, the display will always show the volume
per cup, e.g. if you choose 7 oz. the Z5 will actually brew a total
of 14 oz.
11.2 VISUAL PROGRAMMING OF CUP SIZE
Instead of overriding the volume or duration of the beverage
buttons you can re-program the cup size and the duration of the
steam by going into the programming functions (chapter 17.2) or
by visually programming the output.
Example: you want to make sure your personal espresso cup is
filled to the rim.
READY.
• Place the cup under the coffee spouts.
• Push and hold the 1-cup Espresso button until the display
shows ENOUGH COFFEE ?. The J5 starts grinding and
brewing espresso.
• Push the 1-cup Espresso button just before your cup is full and
the display shows OK, then 1 ESPRESSO. This is now the
new programmed volume for the 1-cup Espresso button.
This Push and Hold feature works for all four coffee buttons and
the steam and hot water button.
11.3 USING PRE-GROUND COFFEE (Fig. 11)
You can also use pre-ground coffee, bypassing the grinder. This
comes in handy if someone requests decaf coffee or a decaf
cappuccino. You can also use the pre-ground funnel for ground
flavored coffee.
IMPORTANT:
• Never fill the funnel with instant coffee.
• Do not fill the funnel with more than two scoops. The funnel is
not a coffee storage container.
• If coffee is ground too fine it might be processed very slowly or
the J5 will interrupt the process altogether.
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• READY Place one or two cups under the Dual Coffee Spouts.
• Open the Lid for Ground Coffee (Fig. 11). Opening this lid
automatically disengages the grinder. The display shows
repeatedly FILL PRE-GROUND.
• Add one or two level scoops of pre-ground coffee into the
funnel and close the lid. The display shows SELECT BUTTON.
• Push any of the four coffee buttons. The J5 brews the selected
beverage without grinding. During brewing you can still change
the coffee volume by turning the Rotary Dial. READY
Please note: If you inadvertently opened the lid for the coffee
funnel, just close it. The J5 will detect that there is no coffee in
the funnel. The display will show NOT ENOUGH PRE-GROUND
and will return to READY.
Please note: After using pre-ground sugar coated or flavored
coffee through the coffee funnel you may experience some
flavor transfer when switching back to your regular coffee. Select
the program RINSE in the maintenance section to run hot water
through the coffee spouts (chapter 17.1).
might be the preferred equipment.
• If you always want the same amount of milk and milk froth in
your cup or you make multiple cappuccinos the frothXpress is
faster and more convenient to use.
• Make yourself familiar with both systems.
12.1 USING THE FROTHXPRESS SYSTEM
The frothXpress system lets you produce hot steamed or frothed
milk right into your cup(s). After becoming familiar with this
attachment you will be able to get exactly the amount of frothed
or steamed milk you want in your cup (refer to the video).
• Remove the red protective cap from the side of the frothXpress
system and attach the milk hose (from the welcome pack) with
the black connector into the opening of the frothXpress (Fig. 13).
• Insert the other end into your milk carton or any container with
cold milk (Fig. 14).
Important: This system siphons milk and mixes it inside the
frothXpress with hot steam. It is necessary that all parts are
connected tightly, otherwise the siphoning process will not work.
Frothing Position: Point the dial between 12 and 2 o’clock.
Turning the dial towards the 2 o’clock position will reduce the
amount of froth but will increase the temperature of the milk.
Milk will be siphoned, heated and frothed. Fig. 13 shows the 12
o'clock position.
Steaming Position: Point the dial between the 4 and 6 o’clock
position. Milk will be siphoned and heated with no froth. For
hotter milk move the dial more towards the 4 o’clock position.
Steam Only Position: When the dial points to the 3 o'clock
position, the siphoning of the milk is blocked. Only steam will
pass through the frothXpress. Fig. 12 shows that exact position.
12. CAPPUCCINO AND LATTE
Frothing milk for Cappuccino: Injecting hot steam into the milk
to warm the milk and create a frothy layer of tiny bubbles.
Steaming milk for Latte: Injecting hot steam to warm the milk
without creating a frothy layer.
The J5 is equipped with two different frothing/steaming systems:
a) The frothXpress system - mounted on the machine.
b) The Dual Frother PLUS - located in the storage area (Fig. 1.3)
Recommendation:
• If you froth for only one or two cups and want 100% control
over the frothing/steaming process, the Dual Frother PLUS
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12.1.1 MAKING CAPPUCCINO AND LATTE
• Pre-warm your cappuccino cup.
• Place your cup underneath the frothXpress (Fig. 15).
• Push the steam button (Fig. 3 ) HEATING. It will take a few
seconds for the system to be ready for steam.
• Make sure the dial of the frothXpress is in the range between
12 and 2 o’clock.
• When the display shows READY push the steam button again.
STEAM. The frothXpress starts siphoning the milk and delivers
hot frothed milk into your cup. The factory setting for steam is
20 seconds. After 20 seconds the frothing will stop. READY.
• If you want two cappuccinos, move the first cup aside and
place the next cup underneath the frothXpress and push the
steam button again. The above process repeats itself.
• You can also prepare for a Latte now. Turn the frothXpress dial
to a position between 4 and 6 o’clock, place the cup underneath the frothXpress and push the steam button. Steamed
milk without froth will be produced.
• Now place your cup(s) under the coffee spouts and push the
1-cup or 2-cup espresso button. The coffee will flow into your
cups. Now you have two cappuccinos or one cappuccino and
one latte.
• Stir lightly so that the coffee and the milk form a nice brown
color below the milk froth (see video). Enjoy!
Please note:
• After the steam output stops, the J5 will hold the STEAM
READY function for approx. 40 seconds. This allows you to
add more steamed /frothed milk to the cups, or increase the
milk temperature (see below) or froth more milk.
• Once you push any of the coffee buttons, the STEAM READY
function is cancelled. The next time you push the steam
button, the system will first display HEATING and then READY.
How much froth?
Skim milk will produce more froth than regular milk.
The frothXpress system will always create more froth than the
Dual Frother system.
12.1.2 HOTTER MILK
In order to get proper froth the milk cannot be too hot, otherwise
no froth will be created with the siphoning system. For most
users the milk temperature created with the dial at the 2 o’clock
position will be hot enough. You can increase the milk temperature as follows:
• After the frothing stops, turn the frothXpress dial to the
3 o’clock position, steam only (Fig. 12).
• Raise the cup containing the frothed milk so that the chrome
nozzle is immersed.
• Push the steam button again. STEAM. Now steam will be
injected into the milk.
• After a few seconds push the steam button again to stop this
process. Warning: the milk is now extremely hot and might
burn you.
12.1.3 MAKING HOT CHOCOLATE AND CAFE MOCHA
The frothXpress is ideal to produce unlimited amounts of hot
chocolate. Add chocolate syrup to taste to the cold milk and stir
well. Then follow the steps under chapter 12.1.1.
If you add one or two shots of espresso you have created a
CAFÉ MOCHA.
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for just one or two cups of latte or cappuccino.
Remove the frothXpress, take the Dual Frother out of the storage
compartment and attach to the steam nozzle (Fig. 18)
Frothing Position: The cylinder of the frother is pushed down.
Steaming Position: The cylinder is pushed up ( see Fig. 19).
• Fill the desired amount of milk into a pitcher or in your cup.
Make sure that the pitcher or the cup has at least twice the
volume of the milk, e.g. if you steam or froth 5 oz. of milk use a
10 to 12 oz. pitcher.
• Always start with cold milk. Skim milk will produce the most
froth and will let you taste more of the coffee. Milk with 1%
and 2% fat will give you a bit less froth. Regular milk (3% fat)
will produce even less froth. The Dual Frother with its new tip
design will create a dense froth.
• The steam button is set to 20 seconds of steaming.
• Push the steam button (Fig. 3). Display shows HEATING.
• When the display shows READY immerse the tip of the frother
into the milk (Fig. 20) and push the steam button. With the
cylinder pushed down, small frothing bubbles will build up on
the surface. With the cylinder pushed up, steam will heat up
the milk without creating froth. Both positions will create a
distinctive sound.
IMPORTANT:
• If the steam output stops, you can push the steam button
again and continue.
• You can always stop the frothing action by pushing any of the
beverage buttons.
• When you are finished with frothing/steaming set the pitcher
aside and prepare a shot or a double shot of espresso. Add
the frothed/steam milk to taste.
12.1.4 CLEANING THE FROTHXPRESS
After frothing, a few drops of milk are still inside the frothXpress.
12.1.5 QUICK RINSE
If you don’t use the frothXpress within the next half hour there is
a quick and easy way remove those milk deposits.
• Place a cup underneath the frothXpress
• Place a cup with some cold water next to the machine and
insert the other end of the milk hose into this cup (Fig. 14). The
frothXpress dial points at the 12 o’clock position. READY.
• Push the Steam Button (Fig. 3). HEATING. When the display
shows READY push the Steam button again STEAM. The system
will push steam through the frothXpress.
• Push the Steam button to stop.
12.1.6 THOROUGH CLEANING / CAPPUCCINO CLEANER
If you use the frothXpress extensively or in case you forgot to
clean the frothXpress, it is possible that milk fat starts building
up inside the frothXpress.
The J5 comes with a bottle of milk fat dissolver (Cappuccino
Cleaner). This is the fastest and easiest way to remove any milk
residue from the frothXpress.
• Remove the frothXpress from the nozzle.
• Take the frothXpress apart (Fig. 17).
• Place all parts including the hose in a cup with warm water
and add one cap-full (15 ml or 1/2oz.) of the cappuccino liquid.
• Let sit for ten minutes or overnight.
• Rinse all parts under fresh water and assemble.
12.2 USING THE DUAL FROTHER PLUS
The Dual Frother Plus is ideal if you want to froth or steam milk
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Tips for frothing (Cappuccino):
The tip of the frother should not touch the bottom of your pitcher.
Start in the steaming position – cylinder "up" (Fig. 19) – for a few
seconds. Then push the cylinder "down". Milk froth will build up.
This way the froth on top of your milk is also warm. If the frothed
milk is not warm enough, continue in the steaming position.
Steaming and frothing directly in your cappuccino/latte cup:
With practice, you can steam and froth directly in your
cappuccino cup. First steam and froth the milk, then add your
espresso shot.
off) and let a bit of hot water run through the Steam Nozzle.
Tip: If the steam nozzle is blocked by hardened milk, use a
needle, toothpick or paper clip and loosen up the milk deposit.
Then let some hot water pass through the Steam Nozzle.
13. USING HOT WATER
With the hot water button you can
• pre-warm your coffee cups,
• make tea,
• add hot water to an espresso to create a Café Americano,
• wet a paper towel to clean the surface and the drip tray.
The factory setting of the hot water button is 5 oz. and temperature setting HOT.
You can override the volume during operation as follows.
• Place a cup underneath the frother. READY.
• Push the hot water button. Display shows WATER and then
briefly HOT then WATER again.
• While water is pumped through the frother turn the rotary dial
to increase (up to 15 oz.) or decrease the volume.
• You can always stop the flow of hot water by pushing any
beverage button or the button inside the rotary dial.
12.2.1 CLEANING THE DUAL FROTHER PLUS
Always keep the Dual Frother Plus clean. The two side holes and
the groove of the frother tip must be free of milk deposits (Fig. 21).
If these parts contain hardened milk particles, it will be impossible
to froth milk properly.
Fast cleaning:
READY. Place a cup underneath the frother and push the Hot
Water button (Fig. 3). Let hot water run through the frother for
about 3 seconds and then stop. This will flush out any small milk
droplets.
Thorough cleaning of the Dual Frother parts:
• Remove the Dual Frother from the Steam Nozzle (Fig. 18) and
take apart (Fig. 21)
• Soak all three parts in warm water and add a half a cap of the
cappuccino cleaner liquid. Let sit for 10 minutes or overnight.
• Rinse with fresh water and assemble.
14. WATER CARE
Water is heated inside the machine. This leads to calcium
deposits forming inside the machine. The J5 works with:
• regular tap water • bottled water • distilled water.
We recommend using regular tap water or bottled water. Distilled
water has no minerals and does not improve the taste of coffee.
Tap water has a varying degree of water hardness (chapter 16).
Most bottled water has a low level of water hardness.
12.2.2 CLEANING THE STEAM NOZZLE (Fig. 18)
• Place a cup underneath the Steam Nozzle (the Dual Frother is
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IMPORTANT: do not use carbonated water or any other liquid in
the water tank.
You have the following options to take care of the water.
• Clearyl Water Filter Cartridge (chapter 15).
• Decalcifying System (chapter 18.3).
Your machine is pre-set in the factory to automatically remind
you to decalcify based on a water hardness of Level 2. You can
change the water hardness setting to comply with the water you
are using (chapter 16.1).
Please note: The machine will automatically remind you when it
is necessary to run certain water maintenance programs. It is
important that you follow those instructions. Otherwise your
machine may not function properly.
15.1 INSTALLING AND ACTIVATING THE CLEARYL FILTER
Important: Never install the cartridge before or during
"Preparing Machine For The First Time" (chapter 6).
READY
1. Push and hold the Rotary Dial until the display shows RINSE.
2. Turn the Dial clockwise until the display shows FILTER –.
3. Push the Rotary dial. The display shows NO –.
4. Turn the dial until YES appears and push the dial again. OK.
5. The display shows alternating INSERT RINSE and the rinse
button illuminates.
6. Remove the Clearyl cartridge from its bag and rinse cartridge
under water.
7. Add the extension rod to the cartridge (Fig. 23).
8. Remove the water tank, make sure it is empty.
9. Pull up the cartridge holder and insert the cartridge with its
tapered end down into the water container (Fig. 24, 25, 26).
10. Make sure it fits securely inside the fins. Push down gently
(Fig. 25).
11. Close the cartridge holder. Make sure the holder snaps into
place.
12. Fill the water tank with fresh cold water and replace.
13. Place a 20 oz. container under the steam nozzle (Fig. 18).
14. Press the rinse button. FILTER RINSING.
15. Approx. 16 oz of cold water is pushed through the filter and
through the frother. The rinsing water might be slightly
discolored. This is not harmful and does not affect the taste
of your next coffee. The rinsing stops automatically.
HEATING. READY.
Please note: As long as the filter is activated, the water
hardness setting is automatically turned off.
15. CLEARYL WATER FILTER CARTRIDGE
The machine comes with one Clearyl Water Filter Cartridge.
To reorder cartridges, see chapter 25.
The Clearyl cartridge
• transforms your tap water into pH-neutral water and reduces
water hardness up to 75%,
• cleans the water through an upward current principle (Fig. 22)
just before the brewing cycle starts, ensuring freshly filtered
water every time you make coffee,
• removes (if present) up to 85% chlorine, up to 90% lead, up to
95% copper and up to 67% aluminum,
• contains only pure organic materials (ion exchangers and
active carbon) with no chemical additives,
• preserves fluorides and minerals,
• eliminates decalcifying except when using extremely hard
water (25 grains or higher), see chapter 16. In this case we
recommended to decalcify the machine once or twice a year.
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15.2 AUTOMATIC CLEARYL REPLACEMENT
Eventually the filter needs to be replaced. Over time and
depending on the amount of water, the filter will cease to work.
The machine cannot monitor the time aspect. It monitors the
water volume. After approx. 75 liters of water use (~2,500 oz.)
the display shows alternating READY FILTER and the rinse
button illuminates. It’s time to replace the filter.
Important: If the filter is older than two months it needs to be
replaced, regardless how much water has been processed.
At that time the filter has lost its calcium suppressing abilities
and calcium will build up inside the machine. Since the Water
Hardness Selector is off, the machine will not remind you
when to decalcify. This could clog and damage your machine.
READY FILTER
1. Push the Rinse Button. CHANGE
2. Remove the water tank.
3. Remove the old filter and unclip the extension rod aside.
IMPORTANT: Keep the extension rod (Fig. 23). The used filter
cartridge is environmentally friendly and can be disposed with
your regular household trash.
4. Remove the new cartridge from its bag and rinse under
running water.
5. Now install as explained in chapter 15.1, steps 7 to 15.
• Push the dial. The display shows CHANGE.
• Continue as described in chapter 15.2, steps 2 to 5.
15.4 DO NOT LET THE CLEARYL FILTER DRY OUT!
If the filter is not immersed in water for a few days the granular
inside will dry out and will block any water from passing through.
• If you don’t use the machine for a few days, always leave
some water in the water tank. This way the filter will not dry
out. Once you start using the machine again, fill the water tank
with fresh water and process approx. 2 oz. of water through
the hot water spout. Now you have totally fresh water for your
first cup of coffee.
• If you don’t use the machine for a longer period of time, empty
the water container and remove the CLEARYL filter. Fill a glass
with at least 2 inches of water and immerse the filter. Place the
glass in the refrigerator. Don’t lose the extension rod (Fig. 23).
• When you start using the machine again, install the filter.
16. WATER HARDNESS MONITOR
Your J5 is set to a water hardness of 10ºdH. If you have not
activated the Clearyl Cartridge the J5 will remind you when it is
time to perform a decalcifying cycle. The machine is set to
medium hard water. If you have harder water you need to set it
to a higher level. If you have softer water you can set it to a
lower level. If you are not sure about the hardness of your water,
ask your local water company for the "Water Hardness in
Grains." The machine will show you the water hardness in the
German hardness scale (which is a bit different from the
American "Grain" scale (see chart below). You can also use the
enclosed water hardness indicator strip to determine the water
hardness:
15.3 MANUAL CLEARYL REPLACEMENT
If the filter is more than 2 months old and you have not used 75
liters of water replace the filter as follows:
• READY. Push the rotary dial until the display shows RINSE.
• Push the Rotary dial again. RINSE.
• Turn the dial until the display shows FILTER.
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• Insert the stick for one second into the water you want to
use. Shake off any access water and wait for one minute.
• If all five fields of the test stick turn reddish, set the hardness
level to 5 squares. If four fields turn reddish, set the hardness
level to 4 squares and so on.
Please note: If you use Spring Water or Bottled Water you can
set the hardness level to 3ºdH, "extremely soft water".
The machine will give you the following options:
INACTIVE, the hardness monitor is turned off. In this case you
must use distilled water.
Water Hardness level
Display
... º DH
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
extremely soft water
soft water
medium water
hard water
very hard water
extremely hard water
1 to 4
5 to 9
10 to 14
15 to 19
20 to 24
25 to 30
Equivalent
Indicator strip
American Grains
number of
“reddish” fields
1
6
12
19
25
31
to 5
to 11
to 18
to 24
to 30
& higher
• Turn the rotary dial until desired hardness level is displayed.
• Push the rotary dial to confirm the setting. OK, HARDNESS.
• Turn the rotary dial until the display shows EXIT.
• Push the rotary dial. The display shows READY.
The machine will automatically remind you when it is time to
decalcify (chapter 18.3).
17. PROGRAMMING / INFORMATION / MAINTENANCE
The J5 provides programming, maintenance and look-up
functions. With the display at READY you can access these
functions as follows:
• Push and hold the Rotary Dial until the display shows RINSE.
The J5 offers the following functions (see chart).
• Turn the dial clockwise slowly to scroll through Functions.
Please note: to get back to READY, turn the Rotary
Dial until the display shows EXIT, then push the Rotary Dial.
None
1 to 2
2 to 3
3 to 4
4 to 5
all 5
Display
Tip: If your tap water falls into the categories 5 and 6, we
recommend using bottled water. Please note: If you use the
Clearyl Filter with such hard water we recommend
decalcifying the machine once or twice a year (chapter 18.3).
16.1 CHANGING THE WATER HARDNESS MONITOR
READY
• Push the rotary dial. RINSE.
• Turn the rotary dial until the display shows HARDNESS.
• Push the rotary dial. The display shows 10º DH.
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Function/Comment
RINSE
Select from RINSE, CLEAN, DE-SCALE
to run additional maintenance programs
outside the automatic prompts.
BUTTONS
Change for all six beverage buttons the
parameters like cup volume, coffee
strength, temperature, steam duration.
FILTER
Install and activate the CLEARYL filter.
If the filter is installed, the program
HARDNESS will not show up
Chapter
17.1
17.2
15.1
Display
Function/Comment
Chapter
HARDNESS
Set the water hardness level to the water you
are using. The machine will then automatically
remind you when it’s time to de-scale the
machine. If the CLEARYL water filter is
installed, this program will not show up.
16.1
ENERGY
You can choose an energy savings mode. The
machine will lower the temperature in stand by.
17.3
TIME
Set the time. Once the time is set, you can
program an auto-on time (see UNIT-ON).
17.4
UNIT-ON
If the actual time is set, you can program an
AUTO-ON time
17.5
OFF AFTER
The machine is set to turn off after 2 hours after
last use. You can change this to other intervals.
17.6
INFO
DISPLAY
You can check how many cups of coffee you
made, total and by beverage button. You can
also check the number of tablet cleaning cycles,
decalcifying cycles, and Clearyl filters used.
You can choose the volume display in metric
(ML = milliliters) or in non-metric (OZ = ounces);
you can also choose the time format for TIME
on UNIT-ON in AM/PM or 24 HRS (military time).
LANGUAGE
Change the display from English to French,
Italian, Dutch (NL) or German.
EXIT
Push the Rotary button. This brings you back
to READY to make coffee again.
17.7
17.8
17.1 OPTIONAL CLEANING CYCLES
The J5 has built-in maintenance programs which automatically
remind you when it is time to perform them. You can also
choose to perform these programs outside the programmed
cycles. This comes handy if you have not used the machine for
a long time or for reasons mentioned below.
To access these maintenance programs outside the built-in
cycles, proceed as follows:
READY
• Push and hold the Rotary Dial until the display shows RINSE.
• Push the Rotary Dial, the display shows RINSE. Turn the dial
and the display will show the following options: CLEAN,
DESCALE, EXIT, RINSE,
Please note: If you do not take action at that time, the display
will go back automatically to READY.
Please note: If the Clearyl Filter is activated, the above
sequence will read RINSE, CLEAN, FILTER, EXIT.
Example for an additional RINSE cycle:
• Place a cup underneath the coffee spouts. READY.
• Push and hold the Rotary Dial until the display shows RINSE.
• Push the Rotary Dial, the display shows RINSE. Push the
rotary dial again. RINSING. The machine will run a 15 second
hot water rinse cycle and return to READY.
Example for an additional Tablet Cleaning Cycle:
See chapter 18.2.
17.9
17.2 RE-PROGRAMMING ALL BEVERAGE BUTTONS
All six beverage buttons have factory settings (chapter 5).
You can override certain settings for just one cup (see chapter
11.1). Overriding does not change the programmed setting for
the next use.
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You can also program the output visually (chapter 11.2).
5. Push the rotary dial. The display shows 1.5 OZ.
6. Turn the dial until the display shows 2.5 OZ.
7. Push the rotary dial. For two seconds the display shows OK
and then WATER again. You have now changed the coffee
volume from 1.5 to 2.5 oz for the 1-cup espresso button.
8. Turn the dial clockwise until the display shows STRENGTH.
9. Push the rotary dial. The display shows STRONG.
10. Turn the dial until the display shows XSTRONG.
11. Push the rotary dial. For two seconds the display shows OK
and then STRENGTH again. You have now changed the
coffee strength from STRONG to XSTRONG for the 1-cup
espresso button.
12. Turn the dial clockwise until the display shows TEMP.
13. Push the rotary dial. The display shows HIGH.
14. Turn the dial until the display shows NORMAL.
15. Push the rotary dial. For two seconds the display shows OK
and then TEMP. again. You have changed the temperature
from HIGH to NORMAL for the 1-cup espresso button.
16. Turn the dial clockwise until the display shows EXIT.
17. Push the rotary dial. The display shows BUTTONS.
18. Turn the dial until EXIT and push the dial. READY.
You can also re-program all buttons to different values. Re-programming changes the outcome of the beverage permanently.
Re-programming is easy. The re-programmed values are stored
in the machine’s memory until you re-program it again.
Buttons
Parameters
Options
1-cup buttons: Volume:
Strength:
Temperature:
0.5 to 8.0 oz.
MILD, NORMAL, STRONG, XSTRONG
NORMAL, HIGH
2-cup buttons: Volume:
Temperature:
0.5 to 8.0 oz. per cup
NORMAL, HIGH
Hot water
Volume:
Temperature:
0.5 to 15 oz.
REGULAR, NORMAL, HOT
Steam
Duration:
3 to 120 seconds
Example: The 1-cup espresso button is set in the factory to 1.5
OZ volume, strength STRONG and temperature HIGH. To
re-program the 1-cup espresso button to 2.5 OZ, XSTRONG and
temperature NORMAL proceed as follows:
READY
1. Push and hold the Rotary Dial until the display shows RINSE.
2. Turn the dial clockwise until the display shows BUTTONS.
3. Push the rotary dial. The display flashes SELECT BUTTON.
4. Push the 1-cup espresso button. The display shows WATER
(this determines the volume in your cup).
17.3 ENERGY SAVING MODE
The J5 is set to ENERGY – . This means the machine is always
ready to brew coffee.
You can program an energy savings mode ENERGY ✓. The J5
will lower the stand-by temperature. In case you want to brew
coffee the machine will then heat up for approx. 30 seconds.
To change the energy setting:
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READY,
• Push and hold the Rotary Dial until the display shows RINSE.
• Turn the dial clockwise until the display shows ENERGY –.
• Push the rotary dial. The display shows SAVE –
• Turn the dial until the display shows SAVE ✓.
• Push the rotary dial. For two seconds the display shows OK
and then ENERGY ✓.
• Turn the rotary until the display shows EXIT.
• Push the rotary dial. READY.
17.5 SETTING THE AUTO-ON TIME / UNIT ON
You can set a time at which the machine turns itself on. This way
you don’t have to wait for the machine to warm up. At the programmed time the J5 turns itself on, it will start heating and the
display will then show RINSE. Just push the Rinse button and
within seconds you can brew your first cup of coffee.
Please note: Auto-on will only work if you set the actual time
and the main power switch is turned on (when the small red light
in the On/Off switch is illuminated, you know that the main
power is on).
Setting the time allows you to program an auto-on time.
READY,
• Push and hold the rotary dial until the display shows RINSE.
• Turn the dial clockwise until the display shows UNIT ON.
• Push the rotary dial. The display shows –:–
• Turn the dial to set the hour and push the dial to confirm the
hour setting.
• Turn the dial to set the minutes and push to confirm For two
seconds the display shows OK and then UNIT ON.
• Turn the rotary until the display shows EXIT.
• Push the rotary dial. READY.
17.4 SETTING THE TIME
Setting the time lets you set an auto-on time (chapter 17.5).
READY,
• Push and hold the rotary dial until the display shows RINSE.
• Turn the dial clockwise until the display shows TIME
• Push the rotary dial. The display shows –:– Turn the dial to set
the hour and push the dial to confirm the hour setting.
• Turn the dial to set the minutes and push to confirm For two
seconds the display shows OK and then TIME.
• Turn the rotary until the display shows EXIT.
• Push the rotary dial. READY.
Please note: If you turn the machine off with the main power
switch (Fig. 1a) or if you unplug the machine or experience a
power outage, the actual time will not be retained. The next time
you turn the machine on, the display will first show TIME –:– .
Turn the Rotary dial to set the hours, then push the Rotary dial.
Turn the Rotary dial again to set the minutes and push to
confirm. Now the AUTO-ON time will be automatically restored
(see next chapter).
17.6 CHANGING THE AUTO-OFF SETTING / OFF AFTER
Your machine is pre-set to turn itself off 2 hours after last use.
You can set the Auto-Off from .5 hour to 15 hours or you can set
it to INACTIVE. In this case the machine will not turn itself off
automatically.
Recommendations:
• If you use the machine only in the morning, leave the auto-off
at 2 hours.
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• If you use the machine all day change the setting to the largest
use interval, e.g. 4 hours. This way the machine is always
ready to brew coffee.
Changing the AUTO-OFF setting:
READY,
• Push and hold the rotary dial until the display shows RINSE.
• Turn the dial clockwise until the display shows AUTO OFF.
• Push the rotary dial. The display shows 2 HRS.
• Turn the dial to set desired setting and push the dial to confirm.
For two seconds the display shows OK and then AUTO OFF.
• Turn the rotary until the display shows EXIT.
• Push the rotary dial. READY.
Example: You would like to know how often the 1-Espresso
button was used.
• INFO. Turn the dial until the display shows BUTTONS.
• Push the dial. The display will show the total number of coffees
made, e.g. 36.
• Now push the 1-cup Espresso button. The display will show
how often this button was used, e.g. 12.
• Push the dial again. The display shows BUTTONS.
• Turn the dial until the display shows EXIT.
• Push the button. The display shows INFO.
• Turn the dial until the display shows EXIT and push the dial.
READY.
17.7 LOOKING UP INFORMATION
The J5 lets you check...
• how many cups of coffee you made total and individually for
each beverage button including the ground coffee funnel,
• how often you used the steam and hot water button,
• how how often you de-scaled the machine,
• how how often you ran a tablet cleaning cycle (CLEAN)
• how how often the filter was changed/activated.
It will also indicate if descaling, tablet cleaning or filter change
will be due soon.
READY.
• Push and hold the rotary dial until the display shows RINSE.
• Turn the dial clockwise until the display shows INFO.
• Push the rotary dial. The display shows BUTTONS.
• Turn the dial to select from the following sub-programs:
BUTTONS, DE-SCALE, CLEAN, FILTER (Filter will only come
up, if a Clearyl filter is activated), EXIT.
17.8 CHANGING THE DISPLAY SETTINGS
This function lets you select the time format AM/PM or 24HRS
format and the volume either in ounces OZ or milliliters ML.
READY.
• Push and hold the rotary dial until the display shows RINSE.
• Turn the dial clockwise until the display shows DISPLAY.
• Push the rotary dial. The display shows ML/OZ.
• Turn the dial to choose from 24 H / AM PM or ML / OZ or
EXIT.
To change the coffee volume display from OZ to ML,
chose ML / OZ and push the dial. OZ.
• Turn the dial to select ML and push to confirm. For two
seconds the display shows OK and then it shows ML / OZ.
• Turn the dial to EXIT and push. The the display shows DIS
PLAY.
• Turn the dial until EXIT and push the dial. READY.
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17.9 CHANGING THE LANGUAGE
Your J5 is set to ENGLISH. You can the display from English to
French (FRANCAIS), Italian (ITALIANO), Dutch (NL) or German
(DEUTSCH)
READY
• Push and hold the rotary dial until the display shows RINSE.
• Turn the dial clockwise until the display shows LANGUAGE.
• Push the rotary dial. The display shows ENGLISH.
• Turn the dial to select the desired language (e.g. ITALIANO)
and push the dial to confirm. For two seconds the display
shows OK and then it shows LINGUA (Italian).
• Turn the rotary until the display shows EXIT.
• Push the rotary dial. In this example (Italian) the display now
shows PRONTO (instead of READY).
1. Push the Rinse button. The display shows EMPTY TRAY
Attention: If the tray and the used coffee container are
already empty, you still need to remove the tray for approx. 20
seconds and then replace it.
2. Make sure that the water container is at least half full. Remove
and empty the tray and the used coffee container and replace.
The display shows PRESS RINSE and the rinse button is
illuminated.
3. Place a container (at least 20 oz.) underneath the coffee
spouts and push the Rinse button (Fig. 2).
4. The display shows CLEANING. The machine pumps one or
two short cycles of water through the coffee spout. Then the
display shows ADD TABLET.
5. Open the ground coffee funnel lid and drop one white tablet
into the opening (Fig. 27). Close the lid. The display shows
PRESS RINSE.
6. Push the rinse button again, and the cleaning program
continues. The display shows CLEANING. The machine starts
the automatic cleaning program by dispensing water in intervals
into the container underneath the coffee spout. The program
stops automatically and the display shows EMPTY TRAY.
7. Remove the container and then the drawer and tray.
8. Empty the drawer and the ground coffee container and replace.
9. The display shows READY.
The machine will automatically remind you after the next 200
cups of coffee to repeat this cycle.
18. AUTOMATIC CLEANING CYCLES
18.1 CLEANING WITH SPECIAL TABLET / READY CLEAN
The machine monitors how many coffees are brewed and how
often the rinsing program is activated. After approx. 200 coffees
or 80 initial rinse cycles the display will show CLEAN / READY
and the Rinse button is illuminated.
You can continue to make coffee, however we highly recommend cleaning the machine as described below within the next
few days. This cleaning program will remove oil build-ups in the
brewing chamber. It takes only about 15 minutes. Use the
enclosed white cleaning tablet. The machine comes with a pack
of 2 tablets. To re-order see chapter 25.
Important: Once the cleaning program has started do not
interrupt the procedure.
CLEAN / READY
18.2 MANUAL TABLET CLEANING CYCLE
It is possible that the brewing process slows down before the
automatic message (chapter 18.1) appears. Sometimes dark
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beans deposit more oils into the brewing chamber. When this
happens you can manually start a tablet cleaning cycle as follows:
READY
• Push the rotary dial, until the display shows RINSE.
• Push the rotary dial again and turn it until the display shows
CLEAN.
• Push the rotary dial again to confirm that you want to use this
program now. The display shows EMPTY TRAY.
• Continue with the steps 2 through 9 of chapter 18.1.
The machine will reset itself and will remind you after the next
200 cups of coffee to repeat this cycle.
stone or wood. Always wait until the decalcifying solution in the
water tank has been used up. Do not fill additional decalcifying
solution into the water tank.
DE-SCALE READY and the Rinse button is illuminated.
1. Push the Rinse button. The display shows EMPTY TRAY.
Attention: If the tray and the used coffee container are
already empty, you still need to remove the tray for approx.
20 seconds and then replace it. AGENT IN TANK.
2. Empty the Water Tank. The Clearyl filter should not be in the
water tank (see above).
3. Remove the frothXpress or the Dual Frother.
4. Dissolve 3 of the large square decalcifying tablets in a
container with 20 oz. of water (0.6 liters) and pour the solution
into the water tank.
5. Replace water tank.
6. Place a large container (at least 20 oz.) under the steam nozzle
(Fig. 18).
7. Push the rinse button. The display shows DE-SCALING. The
machine pumps the descaling solution through the system
and through the steam nozzle. During this operation, the
Rinse button blinks.
8. After approx. 15 minutes the action stops and the display
shows EMPTY TRAY.
9. Remove the container and then the drawer and tray.
10. Empty the drawer and the ground coffee container. Then
replace. FILL WATER TANK.
11. Remove the water tank, rinse it thoroughly and fill with up to
18 oz. of fresh cold water and replace. PRESS RINSE.
12. Place a large container (at least 20 oz.) under the steam nozzle
(Fig. 18) and press the rinse button.
18.3 DECALCIFYING / DE-SCALE READY
The machine has an integrated decalcifying program. This program
takes about 40 minutes.
When the display shows DE-SCALE / READY it is time to
decalcify the machine. The Rinse button is illuminated. You can
still make coffee. However, it is highly recommended decalcifying the machine within the next 3 to 4 days.
Important CLEARYL FILTER: If you use the Clearyl water
cartridge and the display shows DE-SCALE / READY, then your
cartridge function was not activated. Follow the instructions in
chapter 15.1 to activate a new cartridge.
Important: The decalcifying program must not be interrupted.
DECALCIFYING AGENT: Only use our special decalcifying
tablets Model # 61848, chapter 25.
CAUTION: Never use vinegar or any other decalcifying agent.
This might damage internal parts of the machine.
CAUTION: Immediately remove any splashes or drops of the
decalcifying solution from sensitive surfaces, such as natural
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13. The machine pumps the fresh water through the system and
through the steam nozzle. During this operation, the Rinse
button blinks.
14. When the display shows EMPTY TRAY, remove the container
and then the drawer and tray.
15. Empty the drawer and the ground coffee container.
16. Replace the Dual Frother or the frothXpress.
HEATING. READY.
The machine is ready to make coffee again.
The machine will automatically remind you when it’s time to
decalcify again.
• Turn machine off with the On/Off switch (Fig. 2). The on/off
button is still illuminated.
• Remove the water tank and empty it and replace.
• Remove the complete drawer, empty all parts, wipe clean
and replace all parts.
• Remove beans from the bean container (chapter 20.2). If you
transport the machine only for a short distance, secure all
lids with a non-abrasive tape.
IMPORTANT / EMPTYING SYSTEM
To avoid frost damage during transport you must empty the
system as follows:
1. Turn machine off with the On/Off switch (Fig. 2). The on/off
button is still illuminated.
2. Remove the water tank.
3. Place a cup underneath the steam nozzle.
4. Push and hold the rinse button until the display shows
EMPTYING. A little bit of water or steam will flow through
the steam nozzle. The machine will turn itself off after
approx. 30 seconds.
5. Now turn the main power switch off (Fig. 1a) and unplug.
18.4 MANUAL DECALCIFYING
If you use very hard water it is possible that calcium builds up
prematurely. If your coffee does not come out as hot as before
it is a sign for calcium build-up. When this happens you can
manually start a decalcifying cycle as follows:
READY
• Push the rotary dial, until the display shows RINSE.
• Push the rotary dial again and turn it until the display shows
DE-SCALE.
• Push the rotary dial again to confirm that you want to use this
program now. The display shows EMPTY TRAY.
• Continue with the steps 2 through 16 of chapter 18.3 above.
The machine will automatically remind you when it’s time to
decalcify again.
20. KEEPING YOUR MACHINE IN TOP SHAPE
Keeping your Impressa J5 in good working condition will maintain the taste and aroma of your coffee beverages.
• Start the day with fresh, cold water.
• Don’t fill more beans into the bean container than you use in
two or three days. Store the rest of your beans in a dry dark
place. Oxygen, light, heat and moisture diminish the aroma of
the coffee bean.
• If you have not used your machine for a few days, brew one
19. EMPTYING SYSTEM BEFORE TRANSPORT
If you transport the machine or if you send it to another place
please follow these steps.
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short coffee and discard. The next cup will taste a lot better.
• Always pre-warm your cup with hot water (chapter 10).
• Keep the coffee spouts as close as possible to the cups to
maximize crema.
20.3 CLEANING METAL CONTACTS / TRAY MISSING
If you insert the drawer correctly and the display still shows
TRAY MISSING, remove the drawer and clean and dry the two
metal contacts at the end of the drawer. Then insert again.
20.1 AUTOMATED CLEANING PROGRAMS
The J5 has four automated programs. When it’s time the display
will remind you to perform those programs.
• Rinsing the machine (e.g. chapter 8)
• Changing the Clearyl filter (chapter 15.2.)
• Cleaning the machine; tablet cleaning cycle to remove coffee
oil build-up (chapter 18.1)
• Descaling the machine (chapter 18.3).
20.4 CLEANING THE INSIDE OF THE MACHINE
• Turn off the machine by pushing the ON/OFF button (Fig. 2).
• Wait until the machine has shut down completely.
• Let cool down for 10 minutes.
• Remove the complete drawer. Wipe the inside of the machine
with a paper towel.
• Reach inside the opening and up behind the movable flap .
Feel for a round metal surface. You can feel that there is a
screw in the middle of this surface. This is the inner screen.
• Take a paper towel and wipe this screen.
• Replace the complete drawer (Fig. 1, parts 8, 9, 10, 11)
• Turn the machine on again with the On/Off button (Fig. 2).
20.2 CLEANING THE BEAN CONTAINER
Coffee oils might build up inside the bean container. These oils
might reduce the taste of your coffee. Too much oil might also
hinder the beans from flowing freely into the grinder. Clean the
bean container from time to time.
When the display shows FILL BEANS, the container is low on
beans and easy to clean.
• Turn off the machine by pushing the ON/OFF button (Fig. 2).
• Wait until the machine has shut down completely.
• Turn the main power switch off (Fig 1a).
• Open the bean container lid and remove the bean aroma lid.
• Loosen the screw in the bean container (Fig. 28) and lift the
finger protection.
• Remove the remaining beans.
• Clean the bean container with a soft, dry cloth.
• Close the finger protection and tighten the screw and fill with
beans.
20.5 CLEANING THE FROTHXPRESS AND DUAL FROTHER
See chapters 12.1.5, 12.1.6 and 12.2.1.
21 DISPLAY MESSAGES
EMPTY TRAY.
The drawer is full with water. Remove complete drawer and
empty all parts.
EMPTY GROUNDS.
Remove complete drawer and empty all parts.
TRAY MISSING.
The drawer is not inserted or not inserted correctly. Insert drawer
correctly. Clean and dry metal contacts at the end of drawer.
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FILL BEANS.
The bean container is (almost) empty. Add beans to the bean
container.
FILL WATER TANK.
The water tank is (almost) empty. Add water to the water tank.
CLOSE COVER.
The lid for the ground coffee funnel is open. Close the lid
(Fig. 11)
NOT ENOUGH PRE-GROUND.
There is not enough pre-ground coffee in the funnel.
See chapter 11.3.
TOO HOT.
The J5 is too hot to perform a cleaning or decalcifying program.
Use the hot water button and pump a few ounces of water
through the system. Then try again.
CLEAN.
It’s time to run a tablet cleaning cycle. See chapter 18.1
DE-SCALE.
It’s time to run a decalcifying cycle. See chapter 18.3
22. TROUBLESHOOTING
A. COFFEE IS NOT HOT ENOUGH
See chapter 10.
B. MILK IS NOT HOT ENOUGH
See chapter 12.1.2.
C. NO COFFEE COMES OUT OF THE COFFEE SPOUT
Reason: Beans in bean container are not feeding properly into
the grinder because they are stuck together.
Solution: Open the bean container safety cover (chapter 20.2)
and stir beans.
When using very oily beans pour the beans onto a plate and let
some of the sticky oils evaporate (this will not harm the aroma of
the coffee).
Reason: You used ground coffee in the ground coffee funnel.
The ground coffee was too fine.
Solution: Use ground coffee which is ground somewhat coarser.
Reason: No water is transported through the system.
Solution 1: Remove – if installed – the Clearyl water filter. Place
a cup underneath the frother and push the Hot Water Button
(Fig. 2). If water comes out, try to make coffee again.
Solution 2: Remove the water container and make sure that the
connecting valve is free of any particles (like a coffee bean).
Proceed as under “Solution 1”.
Reason: The ground coffee funnel is clogged; the internal brewing
chamber is clogged.
Solution: Place a large cup underneath the coffee spouts and
run one or two extra rinse cycles.
READY
• Push and hold the Rotary Button until the display shows
RINSE.
• Push the Rotary Button again. The display shows RINSING
and the machine pushes hot water through the coffee spouts
and returns to READY.
• Repeat if necessary.
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D. THE DISPLAY READS "FILL WATER" BUT THERE IS
ENOUGH WATER IN THE WATER TANK.
Reason: The “low water” floatation device is missing.
Solution: Within the water tank is a small compartment (like a
mouse trap). Inside is a small black floatation device. On top is a
small clear see-through plastic cover. This small plastic cover is
missing and the floatation device is outside of the small compartment. Check if you can find both pieces inside the water
tank and put it back together. If you cannot find the pieces call
1-800-220-5701. We will send the pieces FREE OF CHARGE.
E. INSUFFICIENT FROTHED MILK PRODUCTION
• If you had sufficient froth initially it is likely that one or more
frother parts are not completely clean and that some hardened
milk or milk fat prevents the frothing results you had before.
• If you use different kind of milk, it is possible that some milk
will produce less froth.
• The frothXpress will always produce more frothing on top of
the milk than the Dual Frother.
• The Dual Frother can produce froth with more dense milk
bubbles than the frothXpress.
Solution 1: Use the frothXpress (chapter 12.1) instead of the
Dual Frother.
Solution 2: Clean the frothXpress, especially the small venting
tip (Fig. 17). Check if the flexible tip is free of any milk residue.
When squeezing the flexible part is should open. Make sure all
parts of the frothXpress are clean and assembled tightly. Check
if any parts of the frothXpress are missing (Fig. 17).
Solution 3: Take the Dual Frother apart and make sure that all
grooves and holes are free of milk deposits (Fig. 21)
Solution 4: Check the steam nozzle (chapter 12.2.2).
If any parts are missing call Customer Service 1-800-220-5701.
F. GRINDER MAKES AN EXTREMELY LOUD NOISE;
NO BEANS ARE GROUND
Reason: A stone or something else is blocking the burr grinder.
Solution: See chapter 25.
G. THE REMOVABLE DRAWER (Fig.1.11) DOES NOT PULL OUT
Reason: The internal used coffee disposal chute did not retract.
Solution:
• Turn off the machine (Fig. 2). Wait a minute. Turn machine on
and wait until it stops making any noise.
• Now try to pull out the drawer.
• If this does not work, turn the machine off again and wait a
minute.
• Now pull the drawer out with some force. Make sure that the
Used Coffee Container (Fig. 1.8) is removed.
• Insert the drawer (without the used coffee container) into the
machine. Turn the machine on. Wait until all noise has stopped.
The disposable chute should retract. Remove the drawer,
replace the used coffee container and insert it back into the
machine. Check if the drawer comes out easily.
23. ERROR MESSAGES
The machine can display any of the following error messages:
ERROR 1, ERROR 3, ERROR 5
Call our customer service: 1-800-220-5701. Your machine needs
to be returned for service.
ERROR 2, ERROR 4
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Your machine is too cold. The heating sensor does not react.
Turn the machine off. Keep the machine at normal room
temperature (65º F or higher) for 2 hours. Then turn it on again.
If the display still shows ERROR 2 or ERROR 4 call customer
service.
ERROR 6, ERROR 7
Turn machine off, turn the main power switch off and unplug
machine for a minute. Turn machine on again. If the error
message comes up again, try one more time. If the message
persists, call customer service.
ERROR 8
Reasons:
1. The used coffee release mechanism got stuck.
2. Drawer was pulled out of the machine during operation.
3. The inner screen of the brew-unit needs to be wiped off.
Solution 1: Turn machine off (Fig. 2). Remove the complete
drawer. Wait for five minutes. Turn the machine on and wait until
a message appears. Insert the complete drawer.
Solution 2:
• Turn machine off (Fig. 2).
• Remove the complete drawer and wait 10 minutes for the
machine to cool down.
• Reach inside the opening. Reach up, behind the movable flap.
Your fingers will touch a round metal surface. You can feel that
there is a screw in the middle of this surface. This is the inner
screen.
• Take a paper towel and wipe this screen. Replace the
complete drawer.
• Turn the machine on. First use the hot water cycle, then try to
make a cup of coffee. If the message ERROR 8 still persists
call customer service.
24. REMOVING STONES FROM THE BURR GRINDER
Occasionally small stones can be found in between coffee
beans. They can block the burr grinder. The grinding noise will
become loud and no coffee will be ground.
• Turn off the machine by pushing the ON/OFF button (Fig. 2).
• Wait until the machine has shut down completely.
• Turn the main power switch off (Fig 1a).
• Open the bean container lid and remove the bean aroma lid.
• Loosen the screw in the bean container (Fig. 28) and lift the
finger protection.
• Remove the beans.
• Attach the burr grinder release tool (this tool is located in the
Welcome Box) to the upper burr (Fig. 30). If you cannot find
this tool call 1-800-220-5701 and we will send the tool to you
free of charge.
• Turn the tool slowly counter-clockwise until the stone becomes
loose and remove the stone.
Attention: Do not try to turn the tool clockwise.
Close the finger protection and tighten the screw.
Turn machine on and test the grinder without beans to see if
the blockage has disappeared.
25. SUPPLIES
The following supplies are necessary to keep your machine in
good working order. You can purchase these supplies:
• from your local Jura-Capresso retailer,
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• with the enclosed mail order form,
• through our website www.capresso.com or
• by calling our customer service center at 1-800-220-5701.
Clearyl Water Filter Cartridge (chapter 16).
One filter included; Model #64553;
The machine will remind you automatically when to replace.
Tip: If you brew 10 cups a day you need about one Clearyl
cartridge per month. Always keep extra cartridges available.
Special Cleaning Tablets (chapter 18.1).
Two tablets included; Model #62205;
Tip: If you brew 10 cups a day you need about one tablet every
3 weeks. Always keep extra tablets available.
Tip: These tablets will also remove coffee and tea discoloration
and oil films in other containers (tea kettles, thermal carafes etc.)
Fill container with water, add one or two tablets and let stand
overnight. Rinse thoroughly).
Auto-Cappuccino Cleaner (chapter 12.1.6).
One sample bottle with 100 ml included;
250 ml (approx. 8 oz) bottle: Model #63801
Tip: If you use the auto cappuccino cleaner once a day you
need a new bottle (250ml) every 2 1/2 weeks.
Decalcifying tablets (chapter 18.3). None included.
Large square tablets - Model #61848
Please note: You must use decalcifying tablets if you do not use
the Clearyl cartridge.
26. LIMITED TWO YEAR WARRANTY for IMPRESSA J Series
Please note: This warranty will be void if the Warranty / Product
Registration has not been received two weeks after the purchase
date (you can fax or mail the registration or you can register
through our website www.capresso.com)
This limited warranty covers your new IMPRESSA J Series
for two years or up to 6,000 coffee brewings, whichever
comes first.
This warranty is in effect for the period and usage described
above from the date of the first purchase and is limited to the
United States of America. This warranty covers all defects in
materials or workmanship (parts and labor) including free UPS
ground transportation for both ways within the continental
United States. For Hawaii and Alaska freight is not covered by
this warranty.
In case the machine cannot be repaired, JURA-CAPRESSO will
replace your machine with the same model with the same or less
usage. In case we cannot replace your machine with the same
model we will replace it with a model of the same or higher retail
value with the same or less usage. Usage is defined by the
number of coffees the machine has made when sent for repair.
TRANSPORT: When sending the machine, use the original packing materials, the inner and outer cartons or use approximately
2” of bubble wrap and insert machine in a carton which will hold
40lbs.
Any damage in transit is NOT covered by this warranty.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
• Any machine NOT distributed by JURA-CAPRESSO within the
United States.
• Any machine not purchased from an Authorized Jura35.
Capresso Dealer. (Call our customer service department to
check for authorized dealers).
• Any machine purchased through EBAY.
• Damage caused by accident, abuse, negligence, misuse,
• improper operation or failure to follow instructions contained in
this manual.
• Any service or alteration performed by an unauthorized person,
company or association.
• Damage caused by neglecting and omitting maintenance,
cleaning and decalcifying cycles.
• Damage caused by use of instant coffee or any other ingredients
not allowed in this product.
Other limitations and exclusions:
Any implied warranties including fitness for use and merchantability are limited in duration to the period of the express warranty
set forth above and no person is authorized to assume for
JURA-CAPRESSO any other liability in connection with the
sale of the machine. JURA-CAPRESSO expressly disclaims
liability for incidental and consequential damages caused by
the machine. The terms "incidental damages" refer to the loss
of the original purchasers time, loss of the use of the machine
or other costs relating to the care and custody of the machine.
The terms "consequential damages" refer to the cost of repairing
or replacing other property which is damaged when this machine
does not work properly. Any loss of income is excluded. The
remedies provided under this warranty are exclusive and in lieu
of all others. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and
you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
27. FREE REPAIR SERVICE / EXTRA REPAIR COVERAGE
Within the warranty period all repairs are free of charge including
both ways UPS ground transportation to and from our service
facilities within the continental United States. For Hawaii and
Alaska freight is not covered by this warranty.
In case the machine cannot be repaired, JURA-CAPRESSO will
replace your machine with the same model with the same or less
usage. In case we cannot replace your machine with the same
model we will replace it with a model of the same or higher retail
value with the same or less usage. Usage is defined by the
number of coffees the machine has made when sent for repair.
Within four weeks after your product registration you can
purchase an extra 12 months of repair coverage. For details see
the literature enclosed with this product.
Jura-Capresso, LLC
81 Ruckman Road, Closter, NJ 07624
201-767-3999 • Fax: 201-767-9684
Customer Service: 1-800-220-5701
Email: contact@capresso.com • Website: www.capresso.com
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