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Metos MT200 Specifications
M200W, M202W,
MT200W, MT200Wp
MT202W
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2.4
2.4
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620
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M200W fig. 1/Abb. 1
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365
E&W
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Hot water boiler
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460
620
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620
M202W fig. 2/Abb. 2
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360
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585
420
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380
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420
MT200Wp fig. 3/Abb. 3
420
2,5
650
2,4
2,2
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410
370
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380
460
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420
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Deutsch . .........................................45
Français ..........................................68
420
2,5
1,2
1
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410
2
1,2
370
2,4
2,2
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650
2,5
2,4
2,2
310
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365
380
460
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125
55
180
Hot water boiler
620
MT202W fig. 5/Abb. 5
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Table of Contents
Preface
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Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety instructions and danger warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safeguards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Appliances and the environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1. General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.1 A quick look at the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.1.1 Most important parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.1.2 Control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2. Technical details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
3. Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.1 Unpacking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2.1 Preparation for positioning the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2.2 Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2.3 connection to the water mains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2.4 Water drainage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2.5 First time use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2.6 Setting the descale indicator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2.7 Resetting the descale indicator light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4. Daily use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.1 Drip stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2 Coffee quantity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3 Making coffee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4 Termination of the brewing process? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.5 Water boiler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.6 The water boiler in use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5. Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.1 Setting of the amount of coffee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.2 Setting of the display to show cups of litres . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3 Setting of the prewet function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.4 Setting the temperature of the water boiler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6. Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.1 Cleaning of the appliance and accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.1.1 Removing coffee deposits from glass jug and filter . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.1.2 Removing coffee deposits from thermos jug . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2 Descaling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2.1 Descaling the coffee maker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2.2 Switching-off the descaling indicator light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2.3 Descaling the water boiler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7. Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
8. Ordering consumer articles and accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
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No part of this document may be reproduced and/or publicized by means of printing, microfilm, electronic or any
other means whatsoever without the prior written permission of the manufacturer. This also applies to the accompanying drawings and/or diagrams.
Animo reserves the right to change parts at any time without giving prior or direct notification to the customer. The
contents of this manual can also be changed without prior notification.
This manual covers the standard model of the appliance. Animo can therefore not be held liable for any losses
arising from the fact that the specifications of the appliance supplied to you deviate from the standard model.
Please contact your supplier’s service department for information concerning adjustment, maintenance or repairs
not covered by this manual.
Although this manual was produced with the greatest possible care, the manufacturer is unable to accept liability
For errors in this document or their consequences.
You are advised to carefully read the instructions in this document: they contain important information
about safety when installing, using and maintaining the appliance. Keep this document in a safe place so
that you can consult it when necessary.
Preface
Purpose of this document
This document serves as a manual that enables qualified personnel to safely install,
program and maintain the coffee maker.
- ‘Qualified personnel’ are defined as people that can program the appliance, perform
maintenance on it and repair minor faults.
All of the chapters and paragraphs are numbered. The various illustrations to which the
text refers are given in the fold-out sheets or at the back of this booklet or under the particular subjects.
Icons and symbols
NOTICE
General instruction for: IMPORTANT, NOTE or REMARK.
CAUTION !
Warning of possible damage to the appliance, the surroundings or the
environment.
WARNING
Warning of possible serious damage to the appliance or physical injury.
WARNING
Warning of electricity hazard.
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Introduction
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Models
This manual covers the following coffee makers fitted with a water boiler:
2,5
2,5
2,5
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,2
2,2
2,2
2
2
2
1,2
1,2
1,2
1
1
1
Hot water boiler
M200W
M202W
MT200Wp
MT200W
MT202W
double model
double model
Purpose of the appliance
The sole purpose of this appliance is to make coffee and/or tea.
Do not use the water boiler to heat and/or cook liquids other than water.
The use of the appliance for other purposes is not permitted and may be hazardous.
The manufacturer cannot be held liable for losses caused by using the appliance for purposes other than those indicated here or by incorrect use.
Service and technical support
Please contact your dealer for information not given in this document regarding specific
adjustment, maintenance and repairs. Before contacting your dealer you should note the
following appliance details, marked with a #. You will find these details on the type plate
attached to your appliance (17).
A - Type #
B - Article number #
C - Machine number #
D - Supply voltage
E - Frequency
F - Output
A
B
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Guarantee conditions
The guarantee conditions applicable to this appliance form an integral part of the general
terms of delivery.
Directives
This appliance meets the requirements of the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC, and the Low
Voltage Directive 72/23/EEC.
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Safety instructions and danger warnings
This appliance meets the mandatory safety regulations. Inexpert use can result in personal injury and material damage. The following warnings and safety instructions must
be observed before using the coffee maker.
Instructions for use
Read these instructions for use carefully, before using this appliance. This will protect
your safety and prevent damage being caused to the appliance. Perform the various
actions in the order given. Always keep this manual close by the appliance.
Installation
• Place the appliance at buffet height and on a firm, level base, in such a way that it can be connected to the water supply and power supply.
• Connect the appliance to an earthed wall socket.
• Position the appliance in such a way that no damage can be caused if it leaks.
• Do not tilt the appliance, always position and move the appliance upright.
• The coffee maker is fitted with an overflow device that discharges at the bottom of the appliance - take this into account when positioning the appliance.
• Water always remains in the heating system: for this reason the appliance must not be placed in an area where the temperature can fall below freezing point.
• When installing the appliance, always observe the local rules and use approved materials and parts.
• The ‘Installation’ chapter must again be followed when repositioning the appliance.
• Connect the appliance to the cold water mains.
Usage
• Inspect the appliance before using it and check it for damage.
• Never submerge or spray the appliance.
• Do not press the buttons with a sharp object.
• Protect the controls against dirt and grease.
• It is advisable to take the plug out of the socket and close the water tap if the
appliance is not going to be used for longer periods of time.
Maintenance and troubleshooting
• Observe the descaling intervals indicated by the descaling indicator light.
Overdue maintenance to the heating system can result in high repair costs and
annulment of the guarantee.
• Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions when using the descaling agent.
• Do not leave the appliance unattended when maintenance is being performed.
• When descaling the appliance, it is advisable to wear safety glasses and protective gloves.
• Flush the appliance at least twice after descaling it.
• Wash your hands thoroughly after descaling the appliance.
• Always have repairs carried out by a qualified service engineer.
• The plug must be taken out of the socket if the appliance has to be opened for
cleaning or repairs.
The manufacturer cannot be held liable for losses caused as a result of failure to observe
these safety instructions.
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Safeguards
The appliance is fitted with the following safeguards:
Dry-boil protection (20+21)
This appliance is equipped with two dry-boil protectors on the back. The protector on the
left (21) is that of the water boiler. On the right (20) is the one for the coffeemaker.
These protectors are switched off if the heating elements get overheated as a result of
a fault. This appliance is equiped with a dry-boil protection. This protection triggers if the
heating element overheats owing to a fault. Once the fault has been resolved, the dryboil protection can be reset at the back of the appliance. The most common cause of the
dry-boil protection being triggered is not descaling the heating system in time.
If the heating system does not switch back on, proceed as follows:
1. Allow the appliance to cool down.
2. Unscrew the protective cap.
3. Press the button which is now visible and firmly screw the protective cap back on.
If the dry-boil protection triggers owing to increased scale deposits, descale the appliance. See chapter 6.2 Consult your dealer if the fault was caused by a problem other
than the dry-boil protection being triggered.
On/off switch (1+13)
Each appliance is switched on/off separately using the on/off switch (1+13). Remember
that the appliance can still be live after switching it off! For this reason you should always
remove the plug from the socket to render the appliance voltage-free.
Start/stop button (5.5)
The coffee making process can be interrupted at any point using the start/stop button
located on the control panel.
Jug detector (10)
This appliance is fitted with a jug detector that operates the leak stop under the filter.
This jug detector also ensures that the appliance only makes coffee if there is a jug
under the filter. If the jug is removed during the coffee brewing process, the process will
be interrupted and the filter will stop leaking.
Overflow safequard
The amount of water required is regulated and monitored by flow and level sensors.
coffeemaker: If one of the two sensors detects an irregularity, the appliance switches off
and both indicator lights will flicker.
Water boiler: if the water level of the water boiler reaches the maximum level sensor,
the machine will shut off and both indicator lights (12.1+12.2) will start to flicker.
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Appliances and the environment
The packing material
Your new coffee maker has been carefully packaged to protect it against damage.
The packing is not harmful to the environment and consists of the following materials:
• Corrugated cardboard
• Filler elements made of polyurethane foam <PUR> covered with a polythene film
(>PE-HD<). The waste processing plant in your municipality will be pleased to inform you about where you can dispose of the materials.
Discarding the appliance
No appliance lasts forever. When the time comes to discard your appliance it will usually
be possible to return it to your dealer. If this is not the case, ask your municipal council
about the alternatives for recycling the materials. All plastic parts have been given standard codes. The parts of the appliance such as the printed circuit board and accompanying parts form electrical and electronic waste. The metal body is made of stainless steel
and can be completely dismantled.
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1. General
1.1
A quick look at the appliance
The most important parts of the appliance are shown in the fold-out sheet in this manual.
Keep the fold-out sheet open when reading the instructions.
1.1.1 Most important parts
1. Appliance on/off switch coffee making 11.
section and bottom hot plate
12.
2. On/off switch for top hot plate
3. Basket filter with leak stop device
4. Basket filter paper
5. Control panel coffee maker
13.
5.1 Display
14.
5.2 Descale indicator light
15.
5.3 Brewing process indicator light
16.
5.4 Selection button
17.
5.5 Start/stop button
18.
6. Top hot plate
19.
7. Glass jug/thermos flask
20.
8. Descaling opening
21.
9. Water boiler
22.
10. Jug detector
23.
Hot water tap
Indicator panel water boiler
12.1Refill indicator light
12.2Temperature ok indicator light
12.3Temperature setting water boiler
On/off switch water boiler
Bottom hot plate
Stainless steel drip tray
Synthetic drip tray
Type plate
Water drain
Connection cable with plug
Dry-boil protection coffee maker
Dry-boil protection water boiler
Drainage water boiler
Water connection
1.1.2 Control panel
The control panel of the coffee maker has the following functions:
CAUTION
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•
Never press de buttons with a sharp object.
Protect the controls against dirt and grease.
BOILER
Display (5.1); The display
shows the selected amount of coffee, in terms of
S TA RT
cups. For display in litres,
see chapter 5.2.
STOP
While the coffee is being made the display alternately shows the selected
BOILER
amount and the amount of coffee that
has already been made.
Descale indicator light
(5.2); The red indicator light will light up if the
S TA RT
appliance needs to beSTOP
descaled. The appliance will continue to work so that it
BOILER
can be descaled when it is not being used. See also chapter 6.2.
Brewing process
indicator light (5.3); The green indicator light lights up
S TA RT
when the coffee
STOP passes through the system. At the end of the coffee making
process a signal sounds three times and the green indicator light goes out.
The indicator light flickers if the jug is temporarily removed during the coffee
making process. A signal will also sound indicating that the coffee making
process has temporarily stopped.
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Sound signals; Sounds three times at the end of the coffee making process.
Sounds once if the jug is removed during the coffee making process.
BOILER
A long signal sounds
when the appliance is switched on.
Selection button (5.4); The selection button is used to reduce the amount of
S TA RT
coffee
set in the display. When the lowest value is reached the display returns
STOP
BOILER amount.
to the maximum
S TA RT
STOP
BOILER
Start/stop button (5.5); The start/stop button is used to start and
(emergency) stop the coffee making process.
The indicator panel of the water boiler has the following functions;
Refill indicator light (12.1): the yellow indicator light will light up if the water
BOILER
boiler needs to be refilled. The heating element will turn off.
BOILER The indicator light turns off when the water boiler has filled up sufficiently.
Temperature ok indicator light (12.2): The green indicator light lights up
when the water boiler has reached the correct temperature.
The control light turns off when the water temperature is too low.
Temperature adjuster water boiler (12.3): With this adjuster the water boiler
temperature can be increased/reduced, using a small screwdriver. See chapter 5.4: Setting the water temperature of the water boiler.
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2. Technical details
Model
M200W
Article number
10557
Buffer stock coffee
3.6 l./ 28 cups
Hourly coffee capacity
14 l./112 cups
Jug filling time (approx)
8 min.
coffee amount
1 -3 l.
Buffer stock hot water
1.8 l./14 cups
Hour capacity hot water
16 l./128 cups
Heating time water boiler
11 min.
Supply voltage
220-240V~
Frequency
50-60Cy
Total output
3350W
Filter paper
90/250
Min. water pressure
0.2 MPa (2 bar)
Max. water pressure
1 MPa (10 bar)
Dimensions
See fig. 1
Empty weight
12.2 kg
Transport dimensions (lxwxh) 600x490x540 mm
Transport weight
15.5 kg.
M202W
10567
7.2 l. / 56 cups
36 l./288 cups
8 min.
1 -3 l
1.8 l./14 cups
21 l./168 cups
9 min.
3N 380-415V~
50-60Cy
6600W
90/250
0.2 MPa (2 bar)
1 MPa (10 bar)
See fig. 2
19 kg
700x600x540 mm
23.4 kg.
Model
M200Wp
Article number
10547
Buffer stock coffee
-
Hourly coffee capacity
14 l./112 cups
Jug filling time (approx)
7,5 min./2,2 l
coffee amount
1 -3 l.
Buffer stock hot water
1.8 l./14 cups
Hour capacity hot water
16 l./128 cups
Heating time water boiler
11 min.
Supply voltage
220-240V~
Frequency
50-60Cy
Total output
3200W
Filter paper
90/250
Min. water pressure
0.2 MPa (2 bar)
Max. water pressure
1 MPa (10 bar)
Dimensions
See fig. 3
Empty weight
12,2 kg
Transport dimensions (lxwxh) 490x450x740 mm
Transport weight
15,2 kg.
MT200W
10577
2.4 l. / 19 cups
14 l./112 cups
10 min./2.4 l.
1 -3 l.
1.8 l./14 cups
16 l./128 cups
11 min.
220-240V~
50-60Cy
3200W
90/250
0.2 MPa (2 bar)
1 MPa (10 bar)
See fig. 4
15.3 kg
490x450x940 mm
20 kg.
All technical details are subject to change
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MT202W
10582
4.8 l. / 38 cups
36 l./288 cups
8 min./2.4 l.
1 -3 l.
1.8 l./14 cups
21 l./168 cups
9 min.
3N 380-415V~
50-60Cy
6300W
90/250
0.2 MPa (2 bar)
1 MPa (10 bar)
See fig. 5
23.3 kg
690x450x940 mm
28.5 kg.
3. Installation
3.1
Unpacking
The machine has been carefully packed to prevent damage being caused to your new
coffee maker. Remove the packing carefully without using sharp objects. Check if the
appliance is complete. The appliance is delivered with the following accessories:
Glass jug
Thermos container
Basket filter
Filter paper (25 pcs.)
Coffee measuring cup
Funnel
Water connection hose
Coffee fur remover
Scale remover
Manual
Synthetic drip tray
Stainless steel drip tray
M200W
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MT200Wp
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M202W
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Please contact your dealer if any parts are missing or damaged.
CAUTION
• Water always remains in the heating system: for this
reason the appliance must not be placed in an area
where the temperature can fall below freezing point.
3.2
Installation
3.2.1 Preparation for positioning the appliance
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Position the appliance at buffet height on a firm, level base that can bear the weight of the appliance when it is filled.
Position the appliance level and in such a way that it cannot cause any damage if it leaks.
The water supply pipe (G3/4” pipe 15mm) and the power connection must be
situated within half a metre of the appliance.
The owner must have these installation-technical preparations performed by qualified
engineers in accordance with general and local regulations.
The service engineer may only connect the appliance to the prepared connections.
3.2.2 Electrical connection
Supply voltages and frequencies can differ between countries. Check if the appliance is
suitable for connection to the local power mains. Check if the details on the type plate
correspond. Connect the appliance to an earthed wall socket.
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3.2.3 Connection to the water mains
Connect the appliance using the water hose to an easily accessible aeration tap that can
be quickly closed if problems arise.
3.2.4 Water drainage (18)
If the reservoir of the coffee maker is overfilled owing to a defect, the excessive water will
be discharged via the water drain (18) at the bottom of the appliance. Make allowance
for this when positioning the appliance!
WARNING
• Ensure that the mains lead does not come into
contact with the hot plates (if present).
3.2.5First time use
When used for the first time the appliance works according to the standard factory settings. The various settings can be altered by authorised personnel. See chapter 5.
Settings.
1. Connect the water connection hose (supplied) to the swivel nut on the back of the
appliance and to a manually-operated aeration tap. NB! Only cold water.
Open the water tap and check the connection for leaks.
2. Slide an empty basket filter (3) into the appliance and place an empty jug (with lid)
under it.
3. Check if all on/off switches (1 + 2, if present) are at the 0 position.
4. Put the plug in the socket.
5. Switch on the appliance of the coffee maker by setting the on/off switch (1) to
position I. The indicator lights (5.2) and (5.3) lights will light up and you will hear a signal. The display (5.1) will then show the preset standard number of cups.
6. Press the start/stop button and the internal reservoir will fill up. Press the start/stop
button again if water has not started flowing after three minutes.
7. The green indicator light (5.3) will now light up until the appliance has finished
making the coffee.
8. Once the appliance has completed the process a signal will sound after about 1.5 minutes and the green indicator light (5.3) will go out.
9. Follow the above procedure again for the other coffee maker if the model has a
double coffee making system (M(T)202W).
10. After emptying the jug, the coffee maker is ready for use.
11. Switch the water boiler on by turning the on/off switch(13) to 1. The indicator lights (12.1) and (12.2) will light up. The water boiler will fill automatically and the water heats up. During the filling, the yellow indicator light will be on.
The green indicator light (12.2) will light up when the water is heated sufficiently.
12. Tap (11) all of the first heated water out of the water boiler and discard it.
The water boiler will refill with fresh water automatically. Fill up the water boiler with
fresh water. After this, the appliance is ready for use.
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3.2.6 Setting the descale indicator
Scale deposits are left in the heating system when the appliance is used. The amount of
scaling depends on the hardness of the water being used. The coffee maker is fitted with
a descale indicator light (5.2), which lights up when the heating system has processed
a certain quantity of water and has to be descaled. The appliance continues to work so
that it can be descaled when it is not being used.
Position Indication lights
Brewing processes
Hardness
°D
mmol/l
Soft
512
< 8
< 1,44
Normal*
256
Hard
128
°f
< 14
8 – 121,44 –2,16 14-21
> 12
> 2,16
> 21
*Standard setting
If you are unaware of the hardness of your tap-water, you are advised to contact your
local water supply company.
Set the appliance to your water hardness as follows, using the table above as a
guideline.
1. Switch off the appliance (1)
2. Hold in the Selection button (5.4) and switch the appliance back on.
3. Press the Selection button (5.4) until the right indicator light (5.2 / 5.3) lights up.
(E.g. only the red lamp should light up for hard water).
4. Wait for 6 seconds. The water hardness has now been set.
3.2.7 Resetting the descale indicator light
After the descaling procedure (see chapter 6.2.1) hold in the selection button for
6 seconds. The descale indicator light will now go out.
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4. Daily use
When using the appliance you may find that certain settings do not entirely match your
requirements.
• Chapter 5 explains how all settings can be adjusted by qualified personnel.
• Chapter 6 explains how the appliance must be maintained by qualified personnel.
4.1
•
Drip stop
NOTICE
The drip stop can only work if the jug detector is pressed in sufficiently by the jug.
If you use a coffee jug with a narrow neck the jug detector will not be pressed in
sufficiently and the appliance will not start.
This appliance is fitted with a drip stop that ensures that no coffee drips out of the filter
when you:
• Briefly take away the jug during the brewing process: the jug detector (9) ‘sees’ that you have removed the jug and interrupts the brewing process.
A short audible signal will sound and the green indicator light (5.3) will flicker.
The brewing process will resume when you replace the jug.
• Take away the jug after making coffee.
• After making coffee take the filter out of the appliance to empty it.
4.2
•
•
Coffee quantity
NOTICE
Basic instructions for brewing coffee
Use fine-grind coffee.
Keep the jugs and the basket filter clean.
The amount of coffee can be measured using the coffee measuring cup supplied and
generally amounts to 35 to 50 grams per litre.
Jug
Glass jug
Thermos container
Content
1.8 litres
2.4 litres
Coffee 65-90 grams
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4.3
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
4.4
Making coffee
Place a sheet of basket filter paper containing the desired amount of coffee (fast
filter type) in the basket filter. See the table above for the amount of coffee required.
A level coffee measure is approximately 80 grams.
Slide the basket filter (3) into the appliance.
Place the jug, with the lid on it, under the filter. NB! For the MT200 model, leave the
lid of the thermos jug with pump open, and leave the riser tube in the jug.
Switch on the coffee maker using the on/off switch (1). The light in the switch will
come on and the lower heating plate will switch on.
Select the desired amount in the display (5.1) using the selection button (5.4).
Press the start/stop button, the green indicator light (5.3) will switch on and the
appliance will start making coffee. While the appliance is making coffee the display
(5.1) will alternately show the selected quantity and the amount of coffee that has
already been made.
Once the coffee making process has been completed the green indicator light (5.3)
will go out and an audible signal will sound three times, indicating that the coffee is
ready. The jug can be removed before the filter has been completely emptied, but
there will be no audible signal if this is done. Once the filter has been cleaned you
can immediately carry on making coffee.
Pour out the coffee or place the jug on the top hot plate (6)(except for the MT models). The top hot plate is switched on separately using the on/off switch (2). Always
switch off the extra hot plate when it is not being used.
After cleaning the basket filter the appliance can immediately be used to make the
next serving of coffee.
Termination of the brewing process?
The process can be stopped at any moment.
• By once again pressing the start/stop button (5.5). If the start/stop button is then pressed again, the process will start again from the beginning! To avoid aborting an interrupted coffee making process, use the selection button (5.4) to select a
smaller quantity of coffee so that the amount already made does not overflow.
• Remove the jug from under the filter. The jug detector (9) will temporarily interrupt the coffee making process and the leak stop will prevent the filter (3) from dripping.
The green indicator light (5.3) will flicker, and a short audible signal will sound. When the jug is replaced under the filter the coffee brewing process resumes and will be completed.
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4.5
Water boiler
The appliance is fitted with a water boiler (9) suitable for drawing off small amounts of
hot water. The water boiler is refilled automatically and kept at the right temperature.
1.
2.
3.
4.6
•
•
Switch the water boiler on using the on/off switch (13). The light in the switch will light up.
After approx. 11 minutes the water is heated up and the green temperature ok
indicator light (12.2) will light up. Hot water can now be drawn off using the no-drip (11) tap.
When hot water is being drawn off, the water boiler will refill automatically.
During the filling the yellow refill indicator light (12.1) will go on.
The water boiler in use
Tap hot water off (a maximum of 1.8 litres at a time).
It will take approx. 5 minutes before the temperature of the water boiler is restored.
(M(T)202W approx. 4 min.)
When the green temperature indicator light (12.2) turns on, new hot water can be drawn off.
5. Settings
WARNING
• The jug will overflow if the set coffee quantity is too high.
• The manufacturer is unable to accept any liability for the
consequences of altered settings.
5.1
Setting of the amount of coffee
Both the M and the MT models are supplied as standard set to make coffee using 1.8
litres of water (14 cups). If this is too much or too little, or if you are using an MT model in
combination with a thermos jug with a greater capacity, you can adjust the quantity as follows:
1. Press the selection button (5.4) and hold it in, and then press the start/stop button (5.5) once. A number will appear in the display.
2. Release both buttons. The display will show the set value. The standard setting is
20 (1.8 l. / 14 cups).
3. Press the selection button (5.4) to increase the amount. Each increase in the display puts approximately 4 ml more water in the jug. Use the table at the back of this
manual. To reduce the quantity: go through the table until it restarts after 50.
The range runs from 0, 1, 2, 3, 4…. 50.
4. Now wait for 6 seconds. The selected quantity is has been saved.
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5.2
Setting of the display to show cups or litres
The appliance is factory set to display the number of cups.
If you want the display to show litres, you can adjust it as follows:
1. Press the selection button (5.4) and hold it in, then press the start/stop button (5.5) once. A number will appear in the display.
2. Release both the buttons and then press the start/stop button once again.
3. A “C” (Cups) will appear in the display. Change the “C” to an “L” with the selection button.
4. Now wait for 6 seconds. The adjustment has been saved.
5.3
Setting of the prewet function
This appliance can make coffee using two methods:
Continue-brew (“Cb ”) (factory setting); The coffee making process begins immediately
and will
pour hot water over the ground coffee without a waiting time. Prewet-brew (“Pb”); part of
the
hot water is first poured onto the ground coffee. This causes the coffee to rise so that the
smells and flavours are released. The coffee making process then begins. If you want to
set the
appliance to Prewet brew, this setting can be changed as follows:
1. Press the selection button (5.4) and hold it in. Then press the start/stop button once.
A number will appear in the display.
2. Release both buttons and then press the start/stop button twice.
“Cb” (Continue-brew) will appear in the display.
3. Use the selection button to change “Cb” into “Pb” (Prewet-brew).
4. Now wait for 6 seconds. The adjustment has now been saved.
5.4
Setting the water temperature of the water boiler
WARNING
• In high altitude areas (> 2000 metres.) the water will boil sooner because of lower
atmospheric pressure. Adjust the temperature of the water boiler, so it will not boil.
• The manufacturer is unable to accept any liability for the consequences of altered settings.
On delivery the temperature of the water boiler is set at approx. 90 °C.
With the adjustment point (12.3) the temperature of the water boiler can be increased/
reduced within a range of 84 – 98˚C. Use a small screw driver for this. To reduce the
temperature, turn left. To increase the temperature, turn right.
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6. Maintenance
WARNING
• The appliance must not be submerged or sprayed.
6.1
-
-
-
-
-
Cleaning of the appliance and accessories
Clean the outside of the appliance with a clean, damp cloth, if necessary using a mild (non-abrasive) cleaning agent.
Do not use an abrasive, as this will leave scratches and dull patches.
The glass jugs and the basket filter can be washed normally and rinsed clean.
Please note, however, that it is inadvisable to clean the basket filter in an industrial
dish washer as its lightness may cause it to float and sustain damage.
The thermos jug, thermos jug with pump and the filter can be rinsed with hot water.
The coffee deposit in the coffee jugs and the filter can be cleaned with Animo coffee
fur remover. The appliance is supplied with one sachet of coffee fur remover.
It is easy to use.
6.1.1 Removing coffee deposits from glass jug and filter
1.
2.
3.
4.
Fill a tray with approx. 5 litres of warm water and dissolve a sachet of coffee fur remover in it.
Place the parts you want to clean in this solution and leave them to soak for 15 to 30
minutes.
Then rinse them several times with hot water, and repeat when necessary.
Sprinkle the powder on to heavily soiled parts and clean them with a wet brush.
6.1.2 Removing coffee deposits from thermos jug
1.
2.
3.
4.
Dissolve a quantity of coffee fur remover in warm water: use approx. 2 grams
per litre.
Fill the thermos jug with this solution.
Leave the solution to soak for 15 to 30 minutes, then pour it away.
Rinse the jug thoroughly with hot water and repeat this several times.
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CAUTION
• Stay close to the appliance when performing maintenance.
• It is advisable to wear safety glasses and protective gloves when descaling the
appliance.
• Flush the appliance at least two times after descaling it.
• Wash your hands thoroughly after descaling the appliance.
6.2
Descaling
6.2.1 Descaling of the coffee maker
Scale deposits are left in the heating system when the appliance is used. The amount of
scaling depends on the hardness of the water being used. The appliance is fitted with
a descale indicator light (5.2), which lights up when the heating system has processed
a certain quantity of water and has to be descaled. The appliance continues to work so
that it can be descaled when it is not being used.
•
•
NOTICE
It is recommended to descale the coffee making section and the water boiler in
succession.
Observe the descaling intervals indicated by the descale indicator light. Overdue
maintenance to the heating system can result in high repair costs and annulment of the
guarantee.
1. Before descaling the appliance, carefully read the instructions for use on the
descaling agent. We advise you to use the tried and tested Animo descaling agent.
2. Slide an empty basket filter (3) and place an empty jug under it.
3. Remove the cap (8) and place the funnel (supplied) into the descaling opening.
4. Dissolve one 50 gram sachet of Animo descaling agent in 0.5 litre of warm water
(approx. 60-70˚C).
5. Carefully pour half of the solution into the descaling opening (8) using the funnel
6. Switch on the appliance using the switch (1). Select 2 cups using the selection
button (5.4) and press the start/stop button (5.5). The solution will now run through the heating system and discharge into the jug.
7. Wait until the ‘coffee ready’ signal sounds. The solution will now react with the deposit in the heating system.
8. After the waiting time, repeat points 5 and 6.
9. Wash away the solution in the jug once the filter has finished dripping.
10. Remove the funnel and replace the cap.
11. After descaling the appliance, flush the system by following the coffee making
procedure twice but without using filter paper or coffee. Remember to empty the jug in the mean time.
12. Switch off the appliance and thoroughly clean the basket filter and the jug.
13. The appliance is now ready for use.
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6.2.2 Switching-off the descale indicator light
1. Press the selection button (5.4) for 6 seconds; the descale indicator light (5.2)
will go out.
2. The control system resumes registering the number of brewing processes.
ATTENTION
Leave the lid of the water boiler open during the descaling process.
6.2.3 Descaling the water boiler
1. Before descaling the water boiler, carefully read the instructions for using the
descaling agent. We advise you to use the tested Animo descaling agent.
2. Switch the water boiler off when the temperature ok indicator light (12.2) is on.
Leave the water boiler switched off during the whole descaling process.
3. Draw off approx. 1.5 litres. of hot water using the no-drip tap (11) and dissolve 2 sachets of 50 grams. Animo descaling agent in it.
4. Pour the solution into the water boiler. This will start a ( fizzy) reaction on the scale
deposits.
5. Leave this solution during 10 minutes to soak in.
Regularly spread the solution over the scaled parts in the water boiler using a brush.
Draw off some solution and pour it back immediately.
6. The entire water boiler can be emptied by using the water drain (22) on the back of the appliance.
7. Make sure that the end of the tap hose is in the sink.
8. Pull the tap plug together with approx. 20 cm. hose out of its compartment.
Remove the plug by squeezing the hose just before the seal plug.
Warning: The water is still hot.
9. Draw the water boiler completely empty and rinse well using clean warm water.
Rinse away all of the solution.
10. Close off the tap hose and push it back into its compartment
11. Switch the water boiler on/off (13). The water boiler will fill up again.
12. If there is still scale in the water boiler, repeat steps 3 to 9.
13. Before use, rinse the no-drip tap once more by drawing off approx. 1 litre. of hot water.
14. The water boiler is now ready for use.
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7. Troubleshooting
WARNING
• Have all repairs to the electrical system performed by a qualified service technician.
If your appliance is not functioning correctly, use the troubleshooting guide below to see
whether you can resolve the problem yourself. If not, please contact your dealer.
Troubleshooting guide coffee making selection
Symptom:
Possible cause:
Action:
The appliance is not working and the lamps in the
switch are not lighting up.
The fuse in the fuse box
has been triggered, the
group is loaded too heavily.
Replace the fuse or reset it.
Connect the appliance to a
separate group.
The brewing process indicator light (5.3) is flickering,
no water is getting into the
filter.
The jug indicator is not
registering a jug. There is
no jug under the filter.
Position a jug, use the
correct jug.
The brewing process
indicator light (5.3) is on,
but no water is getting into
the filter.
The dry-boil protection has
been triggered.
Reset the dry-boil protection. See page 26.
Safeguards;
dry-boil protection.
The scale deposits in the
heating system exceed the
set limit.
Descale the appliance, see
chapter 6.2 Descaling.
The descale indicator light
(5.2) remains on after
descaling the appliance.
The appliance has not yet
been reset.
Press the programme button (5.4) for 6 seconds.
The light will go out. See
chapter 3.2.7 Resetting the
descaling indicator light.
Steam is coming from the
filter.
The appliance was not
descaled when indicated by
the descale indicator light
or the wrong water setting
has been applied.
Descale the appliance, see
chapter 6.2 Descaling
See chapter 3.2.6 Setting
the descaling indicator.
The descale indicator light
(5.2) has come on.
Coffee is dripping out of the The leak stop valve on the
filter when there is no jug
outlet of the filter is soiled
under it.
or damaged.
The coffee is too strong.
The coffee is too weak.
Clean the filter and check
the leak stop valve for
damage.
Too much coffee has been
placed in the filter.
Reduce the amount of
coffee.
Not enough coffee has
been placed in the filter.
Increase the amount of
coffee.
The water distributor is
soiled, so that the coffee
is not being completely
drenched.
Unscrew the water distributor and clean it.
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Troubleshooting guide coffee making selection
Symptom:
Possible cause:
Action:
The coffee is not hot enough
There is no lid on the jug.
Use the lid.
The jug is too full or is
overflowing.
The set quantity is too high.
Lower the quantity.
See chapter 5.1 Setting the
amount of coffee.
Not enough coffee is
getting into the jug.
The set quantity is too low.
Increase the quantity.
See chapter 5.1 Setting the
amount of coffee.
E1 (filling time error).
Appliance fills too slowly.
The water supply is blocked
E8 (minimum water sensor
fault) from software version
1.4
Reservoir does not fill
during the brewing process.
An E2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 appears
in the display and both indicator lights flickers.
The control unit is reporting a
Contact dealer or service
defect that can only be
resolved by a service technician. technician.
Check the water supply.
Fully open the tap. Increase
the water pressure. Switch
the appliance on and off.
The error report will disappear.
Troubleshooting guide water boiler
Symptom:
Possible cause:
Action:
The safety electrode has
turned off the system, the
water level is too high. The
lower level probe needs to
be descaled.
Switch off the water boiler.
Descale the water boiler and
level probes. Please note:
after descaling, the level
probes need to be free of
acid.
The water temperature is set
too high. The water is boiling
and touches the safety
level probe which turns off
the system.
Switch off the water boiler.
Set the water temperature
at a lower level. See chapter
4.7: Setting of water temperature water boiler.
Clean the electrodes.
Yellow 1x / Green 2x
Temperature sensor
problem
Call your dealer or service
technician.
Yellow 1x / Green 3x
The dry-boil protection has
been switched off.
Switch the dry-boil protection
back on.
Yellow 1x / Green 4x
The water boiler fills up too
slowly.
Open the water supply
tap completely. Check the
connection hose for kinks.
Check if the filter of the solenoid valve is clogged up.
Yellow 1x / Green 5x
Switch off the appliance.
Call your dealer or service
technician.
After descaling, the water
boiler does not fill up.
the level probes.
The level probes are not free Clean
Switch the water boiler off
of acid.
and then turn it on again.
BOILER
Yellow
RT
P
Green
Indicator lights blink.
Yellow 1x / Green 1x
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8. Consumer articles and accessories
See the list below for the consumer articles and accessories available for the appliance.
You can order these parts via your dealer, stating the details of the appliance given on the
type plate, a description of the item, article number and quantity.
Consumer articles
Description
Art.No.
Qty
Filter paper 90/250
01088
1 box
1000 pcs.
Coffee fur remover
49009
1 box
100 sachets (10 grams)
Scale remover
49007
1 box
48 sachets (50 grams)
Accessories
Description
Art.No.
Qty
Filter with leak stop
99232
1
Permanent filter
01060
1
Coffee measuring cup
08090
1
Water measuring cup 2 ltr.
08341
1
Glass jug 1.8 ltr
08208
1
Thermos container 2.4 ltr.
50241
1
Drip tray thermos container
07942
1
Stainless steel drip tray
M200W
12699
Stainless steel drip tray
MT200W
12698
1
1
Funnel
07947
1
Water connection hose
08165
1
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Table for setting the amount of coffee
see chapter 5.1
Program
== Ltr
= =Ltr.
Water volume
Ltr.
Display
=
= Ltr.
01/2009 Rev. 2.0
= Ltr.
0
1,00
8
1,0
1
1,04
8
1,0
2
1,08
9
1,1
3
1,12
9
1,1
1,2
4
1,16
9
5
1,20
10
1,2
6
1,24
10
1,2
7
1,28
10
1,3
8
1,32
11
1,3
9
1,36
11
1,4
10
1,40
11
1,4
11
1,44
12
1,4
12
1,48
12
1,5
13
1,52
12
1,5
14
1,56
12
1,6
15
1,60
13
1,6
16
1,64
13
1,6
17
1,68
13
1,7
18
1,72
14
1,7
19
1,76
14
1,8
20
1,80
14
1,8
21
1,84
15
1,8
22
1,88
15
1,9
23
1,92
15
1,9
24
1,96
16
2,0
25
2,00
16
2,0
26
2,04
16
2,0
27
2,08
17
2,1
28
2,12
17
2,1
29
2,16
17
2,2
30
2,20
18
2,2
31
2,24
18
2,2
32
2,28
18
2,3
33
2,32
19
2,3
34
2,36
19
2,4
35
2,40
19
2,4
36
2,44
20
2,4
37
2,48
20
2,5
38
2,52
20
2,5
39
2,56
20
2,6
40
2,60
21
2,6
41
2,64
21
2,6
42
2,68
21
2,7
43
2,72
22
2,7
44
2,76
22
2,8
45
2,80
22
2,8
46
2,84
23
2,8
47
2,88
23
2,9
48
2,92
23
2,9
49
2,96
24
3,0
50
3,00
24
3,0
91
=
Animo B.V. Headoffice
Dr. A.F. Philipsweg 47
P.O. Box 71
9400 AB Assen
The Netherlands
Tel. no. +31 (0)592 376376
Fax no. +31 (0)592 341751
E-mail: info@animo.nl
Internet: http://www.animo.eu
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