Morphy Richards ELIPTA 47160 Troubleshooting guide

Morphy Richards ELIPTA 47160 Troubleshooting guide
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CM47160 MUK Rev 3
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Espresso and Filter Combination
47160
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Product overview
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Features
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(1)
Steam Control
(10) On/Off Switch
(19) Filter Holder
(2)
Steam Wand
(11) Drip Tray
(20) Filter Coffee Water Gauge
(3)
Espresso Brewing Head
Filter Coffee Indicator
(12) Filter Coffee Anti Drip
Valve
(21) Permanent Mesh Filter
(4)
(5)
Filter Coffee Switch
(13) Espresso Water Tank
(14) Filter Coffee Keep Warm
Plate
(6)
Espresso One Cup
Switch
(7)
Espresso Two Cup Switch
(15) Drip Tray Adjustment
Button
(8)
Coffee or Hot
Water/Steam Switch
(16) Drip Tray Level Indicator
(9)
Temperature Indicator
Light
(17) Filter Lid
(18) Filter Coffee Water Tank
(22) Jug Lid
(23) Glass Jug
(24) Espresso Filter Holder
(25) Coffee Dispenser
(26) One Cup/E.S.E. Pod
Filter
(27) Two Cup Filter
(28) Tamping Spoon
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Making espresso coffee
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1
Fill the Espresso Water Tank (13) and place into
the coffee maker.
Ensure the On/Off Switch (10) and Steam Control
(1) are set to Off. Select Coffee (8).
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3
Place the relevant Filter (26) or (27) into the
Espresso Filter Holder (24). Fill with espresso
coffee and tamp with Tamping Spoon (28), or
use an E.S.E. pod.
Plug the coffee maker into the mains.
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5
Insert the Espresso Filter Holder into the Brewing
Head (3) turning anti-clockwise until it locks into
place. Place your cup(s) under the Dispenser (25).
Slide the On/Off Switch (10) to on. The
Temperature Indicator Light (9) will stop flashing
when the coffee maker is ready.
7
Slide and release the Espresso One (6) or Two
Cup (7) Switch to start brewing the desired
amount of coffee.
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To stop or cancel the brewing process, slide
and release the switch again.
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Making filter coffee
1
Press down on the Lid (17) to release the catch
and open the Lid.
3
Fill the Permanent Mesh Filter (21) with filter
coffee grinds. Use 7g (or one level Tamping
Spoon (28),) of coffee per cup.
Fill the Water Tank (18) with water. Do not
exceed the Max line on the Water Gauge (20).
4
Place the Permanent Mesh Filter into the Filter
Holder (19). Ensure the Filter Holder is placed
correctly into the main unit and clicks into
place.
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6
Place the Jug (23) onto the Filter Coffee Keep
Warm Plate (14).
Close the Lid, pushing down so it locks into
place.
7
Slide the On/Off Switch (10) to on. Slide and
release the Filter Coffee Switch (6) to begin the
brewing process.
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2
8
To stop the coffee brewing, slide and release
the switch again. The coffee will keep warm for
2 hours.
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Using the Steam Wand
to froth milk
2
1
Fill the Water Tank (13) and place into the
coffee maker.
Ensure the On/Off Switch (10) and Steam
Control (1) are set to Off. Select Steam (8).
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3
Slide the On/Off Switch (10) to On. The
Espresso Temperature Indicator Light (9) will
stop flashing when the coffee maker is ready.
Plug the coffee maker into the mains.
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5
Place the Steam Wand (2)10mm deep into a
jug of milk. Turn the Steam Control (1) On.
When done, Turn the Steam Control to Off
BEFORE removing the Wand from the Milk.
WARNING
WHEN FROTHING MILK ENSURE THE STEAM
CONTROL IS OFF BEFORE REMOVING THE
WAND FROM THE MILK.
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Using the Steam Wand
to dispense hot water
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Slide the On/Off Switch (10) to On. The
Espresso Temperature Indicator Light (9) will
stop flashing when the coffee maker is ready.
Follow steps 1,2,3 of ‘Making espresso coffee’
on Page 3. Then refer to the following.
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5
Place an empty mug under the Steam Wand
(2). Turn the Steam Control (1) to Steam.
When done, turn the Steam Control to Off
BEFORE removing the mug from underneath
the Steam Wand.
You can adjust these amounts for your own
personal preference by following these steps, (Up
to a maximum of 150ml for One Cup and 250ml
for Two Cup.)
Before first use
• Take your coffee maker out of the box and remove
the packaging.
1
Set up the coffee maker as normal following
steps 1-6 of ‘Making espresso coffee’ on page 3.
Then refer to the following.
2
Slide and hold the Espresso One Cup (6) or Two
Cup (7) Switch and keep pressed until the coffee
maker has dispensed the desired amount of
coffee.
3
Release the switch to set the new dispensing
amount.
• Wash the detachable parts of the machine in
warm soapy water.
• The first time you use your coffee maker, operate
the coffee maker with water only.
• Occasionally air locks can be present before first
use. Please refer to troubleshooting guide
(page 9) to resolve.
Adjusting the espresso
memory function
The coffee maker can dispense two different
amounts of coffee. The coffee maker comes with
the following amounts set as the default settings.
One Cup - 50ml
Two Cup - 100ml
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The new setting will be stored even if the coffee
maker is unplugged from the mains.
It is not possible to reset the amount back to the
original dispense amount. To adjust the amount
of coffee dispensed, repeat the adjustment
process again to create a new dispense amount.
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Adjusting the height of the
Drip Tray
Temperature Indicator light
The Temperature Indicator Light (9) flashes slowly
when the boiler is heating, this is normal.
You can adjust the height of the Drip Tray to
reduce splashing when dispensing coffee into
smaller cups such as espresso cups.
The Temperature Indicator Light will flash fast and
the coffee maker will not work when there is a
problem. If this occurs check;
• The water tank is full and correctly installed.
• The steam control is set to off.
• Any air locks have been removed.
Sleep mode
Please note your coffee maker has a sleep mode
to save energy. If your coffee maker is not used
for 8 minutes, your coffee maker will enter sleep
mode. The Temperature Indicator Light (9) flashes
slowly in this mode.
Press the two Drip Tray Adjustment Buttons (15)
to release the spring catch and raise or lower the
drip tray.
To wake the machine, slide and release either the
one (6) or two cup (7) switch.
Emptying the Drip Tray
Using the correct type of
coffee grinds
When the water in the Drip Tray is full, the Empty
Drip Tray Level Indicator (16) will change colour.
When making espresso coffee it is important to
use the correct type of coffee grinds. Espresso
coffee is a very fine grind which is designed to
work with espresso filters. Using other types of
coffee in an espresso filter (such as filter coffee
grinds,) will result in a poorer tasting coffee and
could clog the filter.
Likewise when making filter coffee you should
use filter coffee grinds to achieve the best
results. Using espresso grinds can cause the filter
to clog and overflow.
E.S.E. Pods
1
Remove the Drip Tray (11) from the appliance and
empty.
The coffee maker is compatible with both E.S.E.
pods (a compact coffee pod with a paper filter
covering,) as well as ground espresso coffee.
When making espresso with an E.S.E. pod, use
the One Cup/ E.S.E Pod Filter (26).
2
Clean the Drip Tray with a damp cloth before
replacing.
Care and cleaning
1
Disconnect the appliance from the mains supply.
2
Make sure the appliance has completely cooled
down.
3
Simply wipe the Steam Wand (2) and exterior with
a clean, damp cloth.
Do not use any abrasives or metal scourers as
this will damage the finish on the unit.
4
The Espresso Filter Holder (24) and Espresso
Water Tank (13) should be washed after each use
by rinsing them under water. To assist in keeping
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the Filter Holder clean we recommend you
periodically run the machine with the Espresso
Filter Holder in place, without coffee, using water
only.
Rinse the Filter Water Tank occasionally with cold
water. Do not use a cloth as any residue or lint
may be left behind to clog the coffee maker.
Should the holes in the Espresso Filter become
blocked with coffee grinds, use a fine bristled
brush to help clean.
When your coffee maker is not being used, we
recommend that you do not leave the Espresso
Filter Holder attached to the machine as this will
reduce the life of the gasket.
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Wash the Filter Coffee Jug (23), Jug Lid (22), Filter
Holder (19) Removable Permanent Mesh Filter
(21) in warm soapy water. Rinse and dry all parts
thoroughly. Refit the Filter Holder.
Care must be taken to ensure that the non-drip
valve situated on the bottom of the filter holder is
not damaged during cleaning.
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Remove the Drip Tray (11) from the appliance and
remove any spilt coffee and water then clean
them with a damp cloth or a damp sponge.
You must clean the Steam Wand and cover
immediately after each use, after it has cooled
down. Briefly use the steam setting to clear any
remaining milk out of the Wand and Cover.
Remove the Steam Wand Cover, place under
warm running water to remove excess milk. If the
Steam Wand becomes blocked, use a small pin to
clean more thoroughly.
• WARNING: Steam from the Steam Wand is
extremely hot and can scald.
• IMPORTANT: Never wash your coffee machine
accessories in a dishwasher.
• Never use harsh or abrasive cleaners.
• NO parts are suitable for cleaning in a
dishwasher.
Descaling - espresso
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Place an empty container under the Brewing
Head (3) to gather the descaled hot boiled water.
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Connect the appliance to the mains supply.
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Slide the On/Off button (10) and wait for the
Indicator Light (9) to stop flashing.
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Slide the Large Cup Switch (7), water will flow
through the unit.
10
Slide the switch again, dispensing until the water
tank is empty.
11
Repeat the process with cold water only to flush
the system.
Descaling - filter coffee
• If you live in a hard water area, we recommend
that your coffee maker is descaled at regular
intervals, e.g. every 2-3 months. In areas of
moderately hard water, you should descale every
6 months.
• If the water filters through more slowly than usual,
it is a sign that descaling is necessary.
• We recommend you use a proprietary liquid
descaler which is especially made for coffee
makers and plastic kettles. Follow the instructions
on the bottle or sachet, and then operate the
coffee maker with just water 3 times before
making filter coffee.
• Do not use a kettle descaler unless the packet
specifically states it is suitable for coffee makers.
Contact us
Helpline
If you are having a problem with your appliance,
please call our Helpline, as we are more likely to
be able to help than the store you purchased the
item from.
Please have the product name, model number
and serial number to hand when you call to help
us deal with your enquiry quicker.
UK Helpline: 0844 871 0960
IRE Helpline: 1800 409 119
Spares:
0844 873 0726
1
Disconnect the appliance from the mains supply.
2
Make sure the appliance has cooled down
completely.
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3
Remove the Water Tank (13) and Drip Tray (11)
from the machine.
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Fill the Water Tank with dissolved citric acid
solution, up to the max level marked on the side
of the tank.
5
Re-fit the Water Tank and Drip Tray to the
machine.
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Troubleshooting
Espresso coffee
Problem
Reason
Solution
• Water is dispensing from the
Steam Wand
• Steam Control is open
• Rotate the Steam Control so
its closed
• The coffee temperature is too
cold
• Heater block is not hot enough
before dispensing
• Before dispensing Coffee,
make sure the ready light is
illuminated
• The coffee grinds are wet after
use
• Coffee is not compact enough
• Tamp the coffee before
inserting
• Espresso is weak
• Wrong coffee type
• Always use espresso coffee
grinds
• Milk is not frothing
• Air and steam are not getting
into the milk
• Use a pin to clean the Steam
Wand nozzle and air holes in
the cleaner
• Coffee is too strong or weak
• Wrong volume of coffee
• Use the correct amount:
1 person - 7g (1-level Tamping
Spoon)
2 person 14g (2-level Tamping
Spoon)
• Indicator light is flashing
quickly
Filter coffee
Problem
• Coffee is not brewing
• There is not enough water in
the water tank
• Fill the water tank
• The Steam Control is set to
steam
• Turn the Steam Control to the
off position
• Air lock in pipe
• Switch to dispense from Steam
Wand to remove blockage
(ensure cup is placed
underneath)
Reason
Solution
• Lid is not fully closed
• Close the lid to start the
brewing process
• The filter is not correctly
located
• Ensure the filter is in the
correct position
• No water in tank
• Fill the water tank with the
required amount of water
• The glass jug is not correctly
located
• Ensure the glass jug is in the
correct position
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Notes
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Health and Safety
• Do not use the coffee maker for anything other than its
intended purpose.
Mains cable
The use of any electrical appliance requires the following
common sense safety rules.
• The mains cable should reach without straining from the
socket.
Primarily there is danger of injury or death and secondly
the danger of damage to the appliance. These are
indicated in the text by the following two conventions:
• Do not let the mains cable hang over the edge of a
worktop where a child could reach it.
WARNING: Danger to the person!
IMPORTANT: Damage to the appliance!
In addition, we offer the following safety advice.
Location
• This appliance is intended to be used in household and
similar applications such as:
farm houses;
by clients in hotels, motels and other residential type
environments;
• Do not let the cable run across an open space e.g.
between a low socket and table, or a cooker or toaster or
other hot area which might damage the cable.
• If the supply cable is damaged, it must be replaced by
the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified
person in order to avoid a hazard.
Product safety
• Never use warm or hot water to fill the water tank.
• Ensure the filter holder is correctly located before making
coffee.
bed and breakfast type environments.
• Do not remove the filter holder when the appliance is
being operated.
It is not suitable for use in staff kitchen areas in shops,
offices and other working environments.
• Do not overfill the water reservoir.
• Remove all the packaging and retain for future reference.
• Ensure the coffee maker is used on a firm, flat surface.
• Empty the water tanks, when the appliance is to be
unused for long periods.
• Do not use the coffee maker outdoors or in a bathroom.
• Do not touch any hot parts of appliance including coffee
filter, steam wand etc. when in use.
• Do not place the coffee maker on a highly polished
wooden surface as damage may occur to the surface.
• Do not place on or near hot gas or electric burner, or in
heated oven.
• Do not place the coffee maker on or near hot surfaces
such as a hot plate, radiant rings or near a naked flame.
• Do not touch metal parts until the unit has cooled.
• WARNING: Do not place the coffee maker onto a metal
tray or metal surface whilst in use.
Other safety considerations
• Disconnect the coffee maker from the mains supply when
filling, cleaning or not in use.
• When unplugging, switch the coffee maker off, then
remove the plug from the wall socket.
• Keep the outside of the coffee maker area clean and dry
at all times.
• Do not leave the appliance unattended, when it is
connected to main supply
• Do not touch hot surfaces. Always use handles or knobs
on the coffee maker.
• Do not immerse the coffee maker itself in water and
always ensure the electrical connections are kept dry.
Personal safety
• This appliance is not intended for use by persons
(including children) with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge,
unless they have been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible
for their safety.
Children
• Children do not understand the dangers associated with
operating electrical appliances. Never allow children to
use this appliance.
• Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not
play with the appliance.
Treating scalds
• Run cold water over the affected area immediately. Do
not stop to remove clothing, get medical help quickly.
• Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cable or
plug or after the appliance malfunctions or has been
damaged in any manner. Ring the helpline number for
advice on examination and repair.
Electrical requirements
• Disconnect the appliance from mains supply outlet under
the following conditions:
If the socket outlets in your home are not suitable for the
plug supplied with this appliance the plug should be
removed and the appropriate one fitted.
Before the water tank is filled with water
Before removing any parts from the appliance or refitting
any parts on the appliance.
Before cleaning or maintenance
When the appliance is not working correctly
After using the appliance
• The use of attachments or tools not recommended or
sold by Morphy Richards may cause fire, electric shock
or injury.
Check that the voltage on the rating plate of your
appliance corresponds with your house electricity supply
which must be A.C. (Alternating Current).
WARNING: The plug removed from the mains lead, if
severed, must be destroyed as a plug with a bared
flexible cord is hazardous if engaged into a live socket
outlet.
Should the fuse in the 13 amp plug require changing, a 13
amp BS1362 fuse must be fitted.
WARNING: This appliance must be earthed.
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CM47160 MUK Rev 3 09/11
Registering your 2 year
guarantee
Exclusions
Your standard one year guarantee is extended for an
additional 12 months when you register the product within
28 days of purchase with Morphy Richards. If you do not
register the product with Morphy Richards within 28 days,
your product is guaranteed for 1 year. To validate your
2 year guarantee register with us online at
www.morphyrichards.co.uk
Or call our customer registration line
UK
IRE
Morphy Richards shall not be liable to replace or repair the
goods under the terms of the guarantee where:
1 The fault has been caused or is attributable to accidental
use, misuse, negligent use or used contrary to the
manufacturer’s recommendations or where the fault has
been caused by power surges or damage caused in
transit.
2 The appliance has been used on a voltage supply other
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3 Repairs have been attempted by persons other than our
N.B. Each qualifying product needs to be registered with
Morphy Richards individually.
Please note that the 2 year guarantee is only available in
the UK and Ireland. Please refer to the one year guarantee
for more information.
service staff (or authorised dealer).
4 The appliance has been used for hire purposes or non
domestic use.
5 The appliance is second hand.
6 Morphy Richards reserves the right not to carry out any
Your 1 year guarantee
type of servicing under the guarantee at its discretion
7 Plastic filters for all Morphy Richards kettles and coffee
It is important to retain the retailer’s receipt as proof of
purchase. Staple your receipt to this back cover for future
reference.
Please quote the following information if the product
develops a fault. These numbers can be found on the base
of the product.
Model no.
Serial no.
All Morphy Richards products are individually tested before
leaving the factory. In the unlikely event of any appliance
proving to be faulty within 28 days of purchase, it should
be returned to the place of purchase for it to be replaced.
If the fault develops after 28 days and within 12 months of
original purchase, you should contact the Helpline number
quoting Model number and Serial number on the product,
or write to Morphy Richards at the address shown.
You may be asked to return a copy of proof of purchase.
Subject to the exclusions set out below (see Exclusions),
the faulty appliance will then be repaired or replaced as
appropriate and dispatched usually within 7 working days
of receipt.
If, for any reason, this item is replaced or repaired during
the 1 year guarantee period, the guarantee on the new
item will be calculated from original purchase date.
Therefore it is vital to retain your original till receipt or
invoice to indicate the date of initial purchase.
makers are not covered by the guarantee.
8 Batteries and damage from leakage are not covered by
the guarantee.
• This guarantee does not confer any rights other than those
expressly set out above and does not cover any claims for
consequential loss or damage. This guarantee is offered
as an additional benefit and does not affect your statutory
rights as a consumer. Morphy Richards products are
intended for household use only. See usage limitations
within the location safety instructions.
Disclaimer
Morphy Richards has a policy of continuous improvement
in product quality and design. The company, therefore
reserves the right to change the specification of
it’s models at any time.
For electrical products sold within the
European Community. At the end of the
electrical products useful life, it should not be
disposed of with household waste.
Please recycle where facilities exist. Check with
your Local Authority or retailer for
recycling advice in your country
To qualify for the 1 year guarantee, the appliance must
have been used according to the instructions supplied.
For example, crumb trays should have been emptied
regularly.
IF YOU ARE HAVING A PROBLEM
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Morphy Richards Ltd
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