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EGRO 55 SERIES TECHNICAL MANUAL
EGRO 55 SERIES
TECHNICAL MANUAL
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION
SECTION 2: INSTALLATION
SECTION 3: PROGRAMMING
SECTION 4: ELECTRICAL
SECTION 5: HYDRAULIC
SECTION 6: ADJUSTMENTS AND MAINTENANCE
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EGRO 55 SERIES TECHNICAL MANUAL
SECTION 1:
INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
TABLE OF CONTENTS: SECTION 1
Page
1.1 MACHINE OVERVIEW.................................................................................................................. 2 - 3
1.1a. Model 5511- identifies parts of machine................................................................................................. 2
1.1b Model 5513 - identifies parts of the machine and the Model KS Fridge....................................................... 3
1.2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS................................................................................................................. 4
1.3 PRE-INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS............................................................................................. 5 - 6
1.3a Pre-install requirements for Model 5511........................................................................................ .......... 5
1.3b Pre-install requirements for Model 5513 with KS fridge.............................................................................. 6
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1.1a MACHINE OVERVIEW: MODEL 5511
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MODEL 5511
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ITEM
Bean Hoppers (capacity 2.8 lbs of coffee beans)
Display screen
Key pad
Programming key
Hot water spout
Grounds drawer door + access to main power & water switches
Drip tray
Coffee outlet
Legs
Temperature Sensitive (TS) Steam Wand
Stainless steel outlet cover
TS Steam wand activation button
Front door to machine
Cleaning tablet access door
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1.1b. MACHINE OVERVIEW: MODEL 5513
CLOSE-UP OF MACHINE PARTS
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CLOSE-UP OF FRIDGE PARTS
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MODEL 5513
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ITEM
Model 5513 includes items 1-14 as described on the previous page PLUS the following items...
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Above the counter Model KS refrigerator
Model KS fridge door latch
Model KS fridge door
AFV (Air Foam Valve)
Frother heads
Milk pump housing
Hoses to Milk gallon
Standard US gallon of Milk
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1.2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
GENERAL SAFETY RULES
Do not leave packing materials (plastic bags, expanded polystyrene, nails, cardboard, etc.) within the
reach of children, as these items are a potential source of danger.
Verify that the electrical data of the machine corresponds with the electrical supply network before
connecting the machine to the power source. PLEASE NOTE: Egro Model 55 series machines require 208V
30amp main power supply. If you are located in a area which experiences fluctuations in power which cause
the main power supply to drop below 208V, it is highly recommended that you install a power booster in line
with the Egro 55 series equipment.
Electrical adaptors, multiple sockets, and or extensions should not be used.
Request a detailed description of the available power from an electrician. The electrical outlet must have
the following safety features:
- Dedicated ground
- Wiring suitable for wattage capacity
- Circuit breaker
Install the machine on a water repellent surface (laminate, steel, ceramic etc.). Keep the machine away
from heat sources (oven, stove, fireplace, etc.) and away from extreme cold, the temperature should not
fall below 41o F.
Do not leave the machine exposed to harmful environmental elements, such as rain, snow, or humidity.
Do not obstruct the drain on the drip tray. Be sure drain tray is clean and waste can easily flow into the
drain tube.
Store the packed machine in a dry warm place. Do not store where the temperature may fall below 41o F.
Do not stack heavy items on the packaging.
In case of emergency, such as the machine catching on fire, unusual noises coming from the machine,
overheating etc, maintain your personal and the safety of those around you FIRST. When it’s safe,
immediately disconnect the power and close all water taps.
Use only authorized spare parts in order to avoid compromising the safety and proper functioning of the
machine.
Equipment installed incorrectly can cause damage to people and items for which the manufacturer cannot
be responsible.
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1.3a PRE-INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS FOR EGRO MODEL 5511
ALL REQUIREMENTS ARE NECESSARY FOR EACH MACHINE INSTALLED
(TWO
MACHINES
=
DOUBLE COUNTER SPACE,
2
ELECTRICAL LINES,
2
WATER LINES,
2
DRAINS ETC...)
COUNTER TOP REQUIREMENTS
Counter must be able to support 150lbs (300lbs for 2
machines).
Counter space available must be 18”W x 261/2”D x
39”H*.
Counter needs a 31/2 inch access hole for electrical
lines, water, and/or drain hoses. Hole should be
located in the center of where the machine will be
placed.
* These dimensions include 6” of clearance on all sides of the machine.
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
= Ground
NEMA L6-30R (220 volt - 30 amp) receptacle is required.
= Hot leg
PLEASE NOTE: Egro coffee machines do not use a neutral line. A dedicated
ground wire is required for proper performance.
WATER REQUIREMENTS
Machine requires a cold water line with a male 3/8” NPT fitting and a manual
shut off valve (within in 4ft. of machine).
Water should be installed in accordance with local laws.
Hardness of water going to espresso machine should be tested and should be
less than 3 GPG or the warranty of the machine may be voided.
PLEASE NOTE: A water filtration and softening system can be purchased
through Rancilio or a high quality espresso equipment filtration system may
be used, however all pre-installed systems are subject to inspection and
approval by a certified Rancilio technician.
DRAIN REQUIREMENTS
Machine requires a 1 inch (inter diameter) drain pipe installed .
Connection for drain hose must be 12 inches below counter top and less than
4 feet from the intended location of the machine.
Drain must be installed in accordance with local laws.
1 (ø30mm)
COFFEE REQUIREMENTS
3(3/8" BSPT)
2 (3/8" NPT)
On installation day you must have 2lbs of each types of coffee (i.e. 2lbs of
regular espresso beans & 2lbs of decaf espresso beans) you are serving.
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1.3b PRE-INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS FOR EGRO MODEL 5513 WITH A MODEL KS FRIDGE
ALL REQUIREMENTS ARE NECESSARY FOR EACH MACHINE INSTALLED
(TWO
MACHINES
=
DOUBLE COUNTER SPACE,
2
ELECTRICAL LINES,
2
WATER LINES,
2
DRAINS ETC...)
COUNTER TOP REQUIREMENTS
Counter must be able to support 200lbs.
Counter space available must be 30”W x 261/2”D x
39”H*.
Counter needs a 31/2 inch access hole for electrical lines,
water, and/or drain hoses. Hole should be
located in the center of where the machine will be placed.
33”
* These dimensions include 6” of clearance on all sides of the machine.
24”
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
NEMA L6-30R (220 volt - 30 amp) receptacle is required.
= Ground
120V standard grounded receptacle is required for the Model KS Fridge.
= Hot leg
PLEASE NOTE: Egro coffee machines do not use a neutral line. A dedicated
ground wire is required for proper performance.
WATER REQUIREMENTS
Machine requires a cold water line with a male 3/8” NPT fitting and a manual
shut off valve (within in 4ft. of machine).
Water should be installed in accordance with local laws.
Hardness of water going to espresso machine should be tested and should be
less than 4 GPG or the warranty of the machine may be voided.
PLEASE NOTE: A water filtration and softening system can be purchased
through Rancilio or a high quality espresso equipment filtration system may
be used, however all pre-installed systems are subject to inspection and
approval by a certified Rancilio technician.
DRAIN REQUIREMENTS
Machine requires a 1 inch (inter diameter) drain pipe installed.
Connection for drain hose must be 12 inches below counter top and less than
4 feet from the intended location of the machine.
Drain must be installed in accordance with local laws.
COFFEE REQUIREMENTS
1 (ø30mm)
3(3/8" BSPT)
2 (3/8" NPT)
On installation day you must have 2lbs of each types of coffee (i.e. 2lbs of
regular espresso beans & 2lbs of decaf espresso beans) you are serving.
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SECTION 2:
INSTALLATION
TABLE OF CONTENTS: SECTION 2
Page
2.1 INSTALLATION OVERVIEW.............................................................................................................. 2
2.2 - 2.12 STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION .............................................................. 3 - 12
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
Install feet on machine and KS fridge (for model 5513)................................................................................ 3
Install bean hoppers................................................................................................................................. 3
Connect water to machine........................................................................................................................ 4
Connect drain hoses.............................................................................................................................. 5 - 6
2.5A Connect the machine’s drain hose to house drain.......................................................................... 5
2.5B Connect fridge (for model 5513) drain hose to house drain........................................................... 6
2.6 Connect fridge (for model 5513) to the machine....................................................................................... 6 - 7
2.7 Power up fridge (for model 5513)............................................................................................................. 7
2.8 Connect machine to power....................................................................................................................... 8
2.9 Turn machine on...................................................................................................................................... 8
2.10 Depressurize steam boiler....................................................................................................................... 9
2.11 Adjust grinders.................................................................................................................................... 9 - 10
2.12 Calibrate machine to beans................................................................................................................ 10 - 12
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2.1 INSTALLATION OVERVIEW
PACKAGE CONTENTS : EGRO 5511
PACKAGE CONTENTS : EGRO 5513
When unpacking the Egro 5511, the following items should
be included:
EVERYTHING THAT IS INCLUDED WITH THE MODEL 5511
PLUS:
- (2) Bean hoppers with covers
- (2) Programming keys
(located in plastic bag tied to hot water spout)
- (1) Drain hose
- Cleaning guide
- Quick-start guide
- (2) frother head assemblies
- Operating and cleaning manual
KS FRIDGE (MODEL 5513)
Located inside the plastic grounds tray, behind the ground
drawer door.
- (2) Metal bean hopper slide gates
- Silicone tubing
- (1) Plastic T-fitting
- (4) 5” Feet
- (1) Service card
- Cleaning tablets - (1 jar)
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(2) legs
Drain hose
Wheel of air restrictors
Milk cleaning solution
Keys to fridge
TOOLS NEEDED
The following tools are need for installing the Egro 55 series:
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Phillips screwdriver (P1 x 3)
Standard 3/16 screw driver
Small crescent wrench
3mm Allen wrench
8mm Allen wrench
Utility knife or something similar
Gram scale
In addition, the following tools may be needed for servicing
the Egro 55 series:
- Allen wrenches (7,8,10,12,13,14,20,21,22 mm)
- Needle nose pliers, with hole
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2.2 - 2.12 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: STEP BY STEP GUIDE
2.2 INSTALL FEET ON MACHINE AND KS FRIDGE (WITH MODEL 5513)
The Egro 55 Series machine comes with riser feet to provide adequate space to easily clean beneath the machine. The Egro
Model 5511 comes with 4 fee, and the 5513 with a KS Fridge comes with 8 feet, four for the machine and four for the fridge.
PLEASE NOTE: It is recommended that two people perform that steps below.
INSTALLING THE FEET:
TIP: The Egro rubber on the bottom of the legs is slightly different in the front and the back. One set of rubber feet bottoms
is smoother than the other. You may wish to use these in the back of the machine, so that sliding the machine on a counter
top will be easier.
1. Locate the four or eight (with fridge) feet provided.
2. Slowly tilt the Egro 55 machine or KS fridge to the right, and
screw in two legs (one front and one back) to the bottom left side.
3. Carefully tilt the machine onto the newly installed legs and screw in the
remaining two legs to the bottom right side.
EGRO FOOT
2.3 INSTALL BEAN HOPPERS
INSTALLING THE HOPPERS:
1. Locate the two bean hoppers provided with the machine.
2. Slide the hoppers down into the rubber grinder collars located on the top
of the machine.
TIP: If necessary gently rock the grinders front to back while pressing downward into the
rubber collar.
PLEASE NOTE: No screws or other fasteners are required for installation.
3. After installing the hoppers, fill them with fresh coffee beans.
- Fill LEFT HOPPER with REGULAR BEANS
- Fill RIGHT HOPPER with DECAF BEANS
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2.4 CONNECT WATER LINE TO MACHINE
PLEASE NOTE: You will need a 3/8” NPT to 3/8” BSPT fitting to connect the incoming water supply to the water connection of the
Egro 55 series machine.
The incoming water supply line, to the machine should be a male 3/8” NPT fitting. The water connection on the Egro 55 machine
is 3/8” BSPT.
WARNING: A water softener/filter for incoming water supply is REQUIRED. Your warranty will be voided if you do not keep the
water to the machine at less than 3 Grains Per Gallon or less.
1. Flush the water softener/filter with approximately 3 gallons of fresh water.
2. Connect the softener/filter system to the Egro 55 series machine.
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2.5A CONNECT THE DRAIN LINE TO THE HOUSE DRAIN (MODEL 5511)
right side panel screws
STEPS TO CONNECT THE EGRO MODEL 5511
ATTACHING THE SILICON HOSE
1. Remove the right side panel of the machine, by removing the two screws on top of
the machine. Lift the right-side panel straight up to remove it.
2. Locate the brew valve solenoid on the back-right side of the machine, beneath the
hot water boiler (smaller boiler).
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3. Attach the provided silicon tubing to the bottom of the brew valve and route it
down through the hole in the bottom of the machine.
PLEASE NOTE: Make sure the silicon tubing is firmly attached to the brew valve.
During the cleaning cycle pressure will increase, which may cause the tube to become
disconnected if it not securely attached.
INSTALLING DRIP TRAY DRAIN HOSE
4. Locate the provided drain hose. Using a utility knife, cut a 4” piece from the hose.
5. Attach this 4” piece to the barbed drain tray fitting, located on underneath the
machine.
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INSTALLING THE T-FITTING
6. Locate the plastic T-fitting provided.
7. Attach the silicone tube to the small connector of the T-fitting.
8. Attach the other end of the drip tray drain hose (4” piece) to one of the large Tfitting connectors.
9. Attach the remaining drain hose to the other large T-fitting connector.
FINAL INSTALLATION OF DRAIN HOSE ASSEMBLY
10. Route the drain hose down from the machine to the floor drain in a continuous
downward slope.
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PLEASE NOTE: The floor drain must be at least 30mm (1.2”) in diameter
11. Replace the right-side panel of the machine
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2.5B CONNECT THE DRAIN LINE TO THE HOUSE DRAIN ON THE MODEL 5513
FOLLOW STEPS 1 - 9 AS DESCRIBED FOR INSTALLING THE DRAIN HOSE OF A MODEL 5511. PLUS FOLLOWING THESE STEPS...
CONNECTING THE DRAIN HOSE OF THE KS FRIDGE
12. Locate the drain hose provided with the KS fridge
13. Attach the hose to outlet on the underneath of the drip on the KS fridge and route the drain hose to the floor drain.
2.6 CONNECT THE KS FRIDGE TO THE MACHINE (MODEL 5513 ONLY)
Follow the steps below for Egro Model 5513 with the KS fridge only.
PREPARATION
1. Place the KS fridge on the left side of the machine.
2. Remove the right side panel of the fridge and locate the 5 hoses which are looped and connected to the side of fridge for
shipping.
3. Push the coffee outlet all the way down and remove the Stainless Steel outlet cover, by gently squeezing on the sides and
lifting up and out.
4. Open the door of the machine by removing the locking screw with a Phillip’s head screwdriver.
CONNECTING MILK LINES
5. Identify the two milk lines, they are the longer clear small plastic hoses. Route them...
5a. through the hole of the right side panel of the fridge and...
5b. through the hole on the left side panel of the machine and..
5c. through the bracket on the machine door and...
5d. through the outlet brackets and...
5e. down to the frother heads
6. Connect the milk lines to the side of the top section of the frother head assembly.
Tip: Be sure the milk line restrictors are in place in the end of the milk hoses. These are installed at the factory, double
check they have remained in the hose end during shipping.
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5c
5c
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2.6 CONNECT THE KS FRIDGE TO THE MACHINE (MODEL 5513 ONLY) - CONTINUED
CONNECT MILK RINSING LINE
7. Locate the milk rinsing line in the fridge. This is the clear shorter teflon hose. Route it through the hole on the right side
panel of the fridge and through the hole on the left side panel of the machine. Connect it to the hose with quick connect.
CONNECT FRIDGE WIRING
8. Locate the 3 wires need for the fridge. Route these wires through the hole of the right side panel of the fridge, and through
the hole of the left side panel of the machine, wire connectors in the machine. Match the connectors. Be sure to correctly
match wire colors of the plugs for the pumps (white wires to white wires, blue wires to blue wires).
FINAL STEPS
9. Replace the left side panel on to the machine.
10. Replace the right side panel of to the fridge.
11. Gently push the two unit together, be sure that an slack in the hoses is pushed either into the fridge or the machine. Push
wires and hoses into machine. Do not pinch the hoses or wires between the machine and fridge.
12. Replace the stainless steel outlet cover.
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2.7 POWER UP THE KS FRIDGE (MODEL 5513 ONLY)
1. Plug in the fridge to a 120V 15 amp outlet.
2. Open the fridge door and turn on the fridge.
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2.8 CONNECT THE MACHINE TO POWER SUPPLY
PLEASE NOTE: The Egro 55 series machine requires a NEMA L6-30R receptacle. The optimal voltage supply is 230V. An acceptable
range of voltage is 208V - 250V. If the power supply does not produce 208V of steady voltage, a voltage booster is required. If the
power is above 250V, a buck’n boost transformer may be required.
The Egro machines do not use a neutral line. A dedicated ground wire is required for proper performance.
1. Locate the power cable of the machine.
2. Plug machine into NEMA L6-30R receptacle.
= Ground
= Hot leg
2.9 TURN THE MACHINE ON
WARNING: BE SURE THAT THE MAIN WATER SUPPLY TO THE MACHINE IS TURNED ON.
1. Raise the coffee spout to the highest position.
2. Move the steam wand to the left.
3. Move the hot water outlet upward.
4. Open the ground drawer door.
5. Remove the plastic ground drawer.
6. Flip the power switch to the on (I) position.
7. Replace the ground drawer and close grounds drawer door.
ATTENTION: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO PROGRAM THE MACHINE UNTIL THE MACHINE IS READY.
When the machine is turned on, it must go a heating and rinsing initialization. During this time do not enter programming
otherwise an error may occur. You may enter programming after the screen reads “Please Select”.
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2.10 DE-PRESSURIZE STEAM BOILER
PLEASE NOTE: This step is very important because the steam boiler MUST depressurize before it can function correctly.
FOR EGRO 55 SERIES MACHINES WITH THE TS WAND FOLLOW THESE STEPS:
1. After turning on machine, press the TS wand activation button.
2. After steam begins to exit the wand, press the TS wand activation button again to stop the flow of
steam.
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FOR EGRO 55 SERIES MACHINES WITH iSTEAM WAND FOLLOW THESE STEPS:
1. After turning on the machine press the Latte button until steam does not escape any longer.
WARNING: do not try and to program the Egro 55 series machine, while it’s depressurizing.
TIP: If Error 93 appears on the display screen, turn the machine off - wait 10 seconds and then turn it
back on.
2.11 ADJUST GRINDERS
This is the first step to customizing the machine to the roast of beans to be served. This will need to
be done using the beans that will be served.
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TIP: Pull a shot first and see how machine is pouring prior to adjusting the grind.
STEPS FOR ADJUSTING GRINDER WITHOUT GRINDER ADJUSTMENTS INSTALLED
1. Remove the screw holding the front door closed. Swing the door open.
2. Find the grinders on the inside of the machine. On the top of both grinders you will find an
adjustment plate.
3. Insert a flat head screwdriver into the slot on the adjustment plate. Apply a gentle downward
pressure on the screw driver to lift the plate free of the notches that are holding it in place.
PLEASE NOTE: do no over-bend.
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4. Turn the collar on the top of the grinder to adjust the grind.
Finer grind = Turn collar clockwise
Courser grind = Turn collar counter clockwise
5. Make sure that the adjustment plate is securely held in place by the notches before removing the
screwdriver from the slot.
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Please note: While one notch is a seemingly small adjustment, it can greatly affect the resulting grind. Use
small turns, one notch at a time, to adjust the grinder burrs until the correct grind is reached.
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2.11 ADJUST GRINDERS -- CONTINUED
STEPS FOR ADJUSTING GRINDER WITH AN INTERNAL GRINDER ADJUSTMENTS INSTALLED
1. Using a Phillips head screwdriver remove the screw which locks the door and swing the door
open.
WARNING: do not loose this screw.
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2. Choose the grinder which needs to be adjusted. Turn the knob 1/2 turn to 1 full turn roation,
close the door and test a product.
KEY TO ADJUSTMENT
For the RIGHT grinder:
Finer grind = Turn the knob clockwise
Courser grind = Turn the knob counter-clockwise.
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For the LEFT grinder:
Finer grind = Turn the knob counter-clockwise
Courser grind = Turn the knob clockwise
2.12 CALIBRATE MACHINE TO BEANS (DIALING IN 10 GRAMS)
PLEASE NOTE: This step requires you to enter programming. Please refer to section 3 of this manual for guidance in how to enter
programming and how to navigate in the programming mode.
This step is critical to the proper function of the Egro 55 series machines. It gives the machine an accurate starting point to
produce all drinks. It is unique to the roast of espresso or coffee beans. If you change the roast of beans used in the machine you
will need to adjust this calibration by repeating the steps outlined below.
You will need your gram scale to complete these steps. Please perform these steps before programming any drink parameters.
REFER TO SECTION 3 FOR COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO ENTER THE PROGRAMING MODE
1. Enter programming menu as described in Section 3.3.
1.1 Insert programming key, turn clockwise 1/4 turn
1.2 Press the number 4 button on the key pad
1.3 Enter the PIN code 1849, but pressing the 1, 8, 4 and 9 buttons
2. Scroll (using button 5) to the Config 1 menu and press enter (button 1).
3. Enter the Grinders submenu by pressing button 1.
1.1
1.2
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3
Config1...
Grinders...
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2.12 CALIBRATE MACHINE TO BEANS (DIALING IN 10 GRAMS) - CONTINUED
Product Total
X
Products...
X
Config1...
X
Config2...
X
Service...
Grinders...
GL Sec/10Gr
GR Sec/10Gr
Grinder L test?
Left Grinder, grinding time in seconds to produce 10 grams of coffee.
TIP: First, set your grinder to produce the coarseness of grind you prefer.
Second: perform the Grinder tests as described below.
Left Grinder, grinding time in seconds to produce 10 grams of coffee.
TIP: First, set your grinder to produce the coarseness of grind you prefer.
Second: perform the Grinder tests as described below.
TIP: First, set your grinder to produce the coarseness of grind you prefer.
Activates, Left grinder to perform test to calibrate machine. Adjust grinder until grounds weigh 10 grams.
Machine records the time it takes to grind 10 grams and uses this as the basis for all product settings.
TIP: If you adjust the coarseness of the grind, run grinder test twice before weighing grounds again.
This will clear the chute of previously ground coffee.
Grinder R test?
TIP: First, set your grinder to produce the type of grind you prefer.
Activates Right grinder to perform test to calibrate machine. Adjust grinder until grounds weigh 10 grams.
Machine records the time it takes to grind 10 grams and uses this as bases for all product settings.
TIP: If you adjust the coarseness of the grind, run grinder test twice before weigh grounds again. This
will clear the chute of previously ground coffee.
4. You have accessed the Grinders submenu. There are four options in the grinder menu; they are
described in the diagram above.
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5. Place an empty clean paper cup or light container on your gram scale and tare the scale.
6. Scroll (using the number 5 button) to the Grinder L test?
7. Remove the screw holding front door in place, and swing the door open.
8. GRINDER LEFT TEST
8.1 Place a cup under the left grinder chute to catch the grinds. Press the ENTER button (button
number 1) to activate the grinder and start the test. Run three tests and discard the coffee grounds.
8.1
8.2 Conduct a fourth test and weigh it using your gram scale.
PLEASE NOTE: Always use the fourth grinder test after each adjustment to ensure that the grounds
weight is accurate.
8.2
continued on next page
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2.2 - 2.12 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: STEP BY STEP GUIDE
2.12 CALIBRATE MACHINE TO BEANS (DIALING IN 10 GRAMS) - CONTINUED
8.3 If the weight is not 10 grams, then scroll back (using the number 3 button) until the screen reads,
GL Sec/10Gr.
8.3
GL Sec/10Gr
8.4 Press ENTER or button 1 to make adjustments to the grinding time of the left grinder.
8.5 Use the + and - (buttons 7 and 9) to make adjustments to the grind time. If the weight is less than
10g increase the grind time, if the weight is more than 10 grams decrease the grind time.
PLEASE NOTE: Adjust time by small increments. Just one or two tenths of a second can greatly
affect the resulting weight.
8.5
8.6 Press ENTER (button 1) to save the changes.
8.7 Scroll forward (button 5) to the Grinder l test? again. And repeat the test as described in 8.1 to
8.6 until the grinds ground = 10 grams.
9. GRINDER RIGHT TEST (the right grinder calibration is the same as the left, however it uses the
grinder r test? and Gr sec/10g programming features in the config 1/grinders menu)
9.1 Scroll (using the number 5 button) to the Grinder R test?
9.2 Place a cup under the right grinder chute to catch the grounds. Press the ENTER button (button
number 1) to activate the grinder and start the test. Run three tests and discard the coffee grounds.
9.1
Grinder R test?
9.3 Conduct a fourth test and weigh it using your gram scale.
PLEASE NOTE: Always use the fourth grinder test after each adjustment to ensure that the grounds weight is
accurate.
9.2
9.4 If the weight is not 10 grams, then scroll back (using the number 3 button) until the screen reads,
GR Sec/10Gr.
9.5 Press ENTER or button 1 to make adjustments to the grinding time of the right grinder.
9.6 Use the + and - (buttons 7 and 9) to make adjustments to the grind time. If the weight was less
than 10g increase the grind time, if the weight was more than 10 grams decrease the grind time.
PLEASE NOTE: Adjust time by small increments. Just one or two tenths of a second can greatly
affect the resulting weight.
9.3
9.7 Press ENTER (button 1) to save the changes.
9.8 Scroll forward (button 5) to the Grinder R test? again. And repeat the test as described in 9.1 to
9.8 until the grounds equal 10 grams.
9.4
GR Sec/10Gr
YOU MAY NOW MOVE TO PROGRAMMING EACH PRODUCT FOR THE UNIQUE
TASTE PROFILE OF YOUR CUSTOMER.
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SECTION 3:
PROGRAMMING
TABLE OF CONTENTS: SECTION 3
Page
3.1 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING............................................................................................ 2 - 6
3.1a Keypad definitions................................................................................................................................ 2 - 3
3.1b Changing operating mode: how to enter programming mode..................................................................... 4
3.1c Programming menu overview................................................................................................................... 5 - 6
3.2 CUSTOMER MONITORING MODE - OPERATING MODE 3............................................................... 3 - 7
3.3 PRODUCT MENU: HOW TO SET DRINK PARAMETER IN PROGRAMMING MENU............................ 8 - 11
3.4 CONFIG 1 MENU...................................................................................................................... 12 - 13
3.5 CONFIG 2 MENU...................................................................................................................... 14 - 17
3.6 SERVICE MENU......................................................................................................................... 18 - 21
3.7 GUIDE TO LED ON MAIN BOARD................................................................................................... 22
3.8 ERROR LIST............................................................................................................................... 23 - 24
3.9 PARAMETER QUICK INDEX....................................................................................................... 25 - 28
3.10 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF PARAMETERS INDEX................................................................................. 29
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3.1 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING:
3.1a. KEY PAD DEFINITIONS
All programming of the Egro equipment is done from the keypad. The buttons are labeled with small gray
numbers. These numbers represent the corresponding product number.
PLEASE NOTE: On the standard 5511 machine the second row of numbers (product numbers 2, 4, 6 and
8) are located to the right and are not labeled by black push buttons, however they are labeled by small
gray numbers. See photo diagram below for more information.
Display
The LCD display immediately above the button
pad is termed the ‘display’. During operation,
text and messages appear in this display,
which clarify the operations. In addition,
errors in operation can be identified from the
message shown.
Please Select
Power LED
When machine is on this
light is lit.
Please see the next
page for more
information on
product buttons.
Product LED Lights
There are LED`s located
next to each product
button:
If it is....
On: Product can be
selected
Off: Product cannot be
selected
Flashing: Product running
Example keypad shown is from a MODEL 5511
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3.1a. KEY PAD DEFINITIONS
Each product button on the key pad represents a type of product in the programming. For example, button
number 1 contains all the settings for the single espresso.
Buttons 0, 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 (all the buttons on the left side of the key pad) also have functional
programming abilities such as Enter, Esc, Scroll up, scroll back, scroll forward, increase by 1 and decrease
by 1). Please see the photo diagram below for further details.
BUTTON 0 = STOP BUTTON
BUTTON 1 = PRODUCT 1
Button number 0 is always the stop
button.
Button number 1 is equal to product
1. In this example, product 1 is a
Single Espresso.
In the programming mode:
In the programming mode:
Button 1 = ENTER
Please Select
Button 0 = ESC
(Also cancels changes, returns you to
previous menu, or aborts)
BUTTON 3 = PRODUCT 3 & 11
Button number 3 is equal to product
3. In this example, product 2 is a
Double Espresso
BUTTON 2 = PRODUCT 2 & 10
Button 2 on the standard 5511 model
is only used to choose the coffee
cleaning program.
In the programming mode:
Button 3 = BACK
BUTTON 5 = PRODUCT 5 & 13
Button number 5 is equal to product
5. In this example, product 5 is a
Single Decaf Espresso
BUTTON 4 = PRODUCT 4 & 12
Button 4 on the standard 5511 model
is only used when entering the PIN
code for advanced programming of
the 5511.
In the programming mode:
Button 5 = FORWARD
BUTTON 7 = PRODUCT 7 & 15
Button number 7 is equal to product
7. In this example, product 7 is a
Double Decaf Espresso
BUTTON 6 = PRODUCT 6 & 14
Button 6 on the standard 5511 model
is not used.
In the programming mode:
Button 7 = + OR INCREASE BY 1
BUTTON 9 = PRODUCT 9
Button number 9 is equal to product
9. Product 9 is always Hot Water
In the programming mode:
BUTTON 8 = PRODUCT 8 & 16
Example keypad shown is from a MODEL 5511
Button 9 = - OR DECREASE BY 1
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Button 8 on the standard 5511 model
is only used when entering the PIN
code for advanced programming of
the 5511.
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3.1b. CHANGING OPERATING MODE: HOW TO ENTER PROGRAMMING MODE
1
OPERATING MODES
‘Mode’ refers to a specific style of operation of the machine. The machine operates in a different manner in each mode or,
alternatively, other operations are carried out.
The machine is equipped to operate in six different modes; modes 4 and 5 can only be accessed by the service technician
and are protected by a PIN code: The current mode is indicated when the key is inserted in the mode selector and turned
1/4 turn clockwise.
MODES
CHANGE THE OPERATING MODE
To change the Operating Mode of the machine you need the programming key. Two copies of
the programming key are provided with each machine.
M_0: Standby
1. Insert the programming key into the lock on the front of the machine.
2. Turn the key clockwise (to the right) 1/4 turn
3. Press the appropriate button of the mode
you would like (0,1,2,3,4 or 5).
M_1: Normal
M_2: Regist.
ENTER PROGRAMMING MODE:
1. Turn Key.
2. Press button #4.
3. Enter PIN CODE... 1849 by
pressing the 1, 8, 4, and 9 button
on the keypad.
M_3: Product
M_4: PIN...
M_5: Heaters
EXPLANATIONS OF MODES
Mode 0: Standby mode: this mode deactivates
all buttons of the machine.
Mode 1: Normal mode: this is the normal operating mode.
Mode 2: Register mode: this mode is used when the machine is connected to a cash register system.
Mode 3: Customer manager mode: this mode is used to check product totals and to change simple parameters for each
product, such as, grams and water volume.
Mode 4: Technical menu mode...: this mode is for advanced programming and diagnostic testing. Please do not access
this mode unless you have been properly certified, by Rancilio through either a Train the Trainer Course or a Service
Technician Course.
Mode: 5: Heaters OFF: this mode is used by technicians to turn off the heating elements of the boilers, so they may
safety service the equipment.
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3.1c. PROGRAMMING MENU OVERVIEW
Product Total
P_
PT Clear?
#
X
X
Products...
Config1...
P_Price
P_Name
Grinders...
P_Type
P_Reg. Nr.
GL Sec/10Gr
P_FM Pulses
P_Bypass
GR Sec/10Gr
P_Gram
Grinder L test?
P_Cap Time
Grinder R test?
P_Foam
Ref-Temp. CB
P_Cap Delay
Capp Corr
P_Cap. Product
Prerinse
P_Cof. Delay
Press.Reg.
P_Pre-Inf
Grounds Value
P_PI Time
Presel. Mode1
P_PI Pause
Presel. Mode2
P_Pressure
W_Control
P_Time
P1 Turns
P_Cof. Source
P2 Out
P_Count
P2 Turns
P_Cycles
Cap.Aut.Rinse
P_Valid Mode1
MLR-Param.
P_Valid Mode2
AFV
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X
DIAGRAM
CONTINUED
ON NEXT PAGE
NBUP
B-Emptying
3.1c. PROGRAMMING MENU OVERVIEW -- CONTINUED
X
Config2...
X
Language
PT-Eraser
Decimal Point
Auto-Steam
Periph. Type
iButton Foam
Card System
M_Value
Service...
Last Errors
Error
Cycles
P-Serv
iButton Milk
Max cycles
iSteamCorrFct
CLR P-Serv
Steam Boiler
Ref. Temp. AS
W-Serv
Power
Fahrenheit
Watertank
Max. Flowm
Tea/Steam
Power Version
CLR W-Serv
Save to Card?
C-Cleanings
Load Card?
M-Cleanings
Load Defaults
CLR Error
Price=> CCI
Monitor...
Shift
Valve test..
Choko
Heater test...
MB_Sensor
IMS Beeper
AC Motor Test..
DC Motor Test..
Niveau Test..
R-Mode 2
POS SW Test..
MLR_Type
FlowM Test
C-Request
Additional IO
S-Filling
Inputs
Cool Down...
3.2 CUSTOMER MONITORING MODE -- OPERATING MODE 3
EGRO 55 SERIES TECHNICAL MANUAL
The Product total menu allows customers to easily monitor the total number of products that have been produced using the
Egro 55 series machine.
1. Change the operating mode of the machine to, MODE 3 (Customer Monitoring mode or Product Total menu)
1.1
Insert key turn to the right.
1.2
Press number 3 button on the key pad.
PROGRAMING MENU DIAGRAM
Product Total X
P_
#
Products...
X
Config1...
X
Config2...
X
Service...
Shows the product total for each product button that is programmed.
Example: P1
87, in this example the machine has produced 87 for product button
number 1, which is most often the single espresso button.
To change the product total that is displayed use the + (number 7) button.
PT Clear
Clears the product total figure. To activate press the enter or number 1 button. The display will prompt
you to confirm your decision to clear the product total, by displaying PT Clear?. To confirm the clear
press the number 1 button again.
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3.3 PRODUCT MENU: HOW TO SET DRINK PARAMETERS IN PROGRAMMING MODE
The Products menu allows for the custom programming of each drink product individually. Every setting
that can have an influence on the taste, quality and consistency of the drink may be fine-tuned using the
Products menu.
Each product button on the key pad represents a type of product in the programming. For example, on
a Model 5511 button number 1 typically contains all the settings for the single espresso.
PROGRAMMING PRODUCT SETTINGS IN THE PRODUCTS MENU:
1. Change the operating mode of the machine to, MODE 4.
1.1
Insert key turn to the right.
M_4: PIN...
1.2
Press number 4 button on the key pad.
1.3
Enter Pin code... 1849 by pressing the 1, 8, 4, and 9 buttons.
2. Enter the PRODUCTS... menu
2.1
Using the #5 button scroll to the PRODUCT menu.
2.2
Enter into the menu by pressing the #1 button.
Products...
3. Choose the appropriate product number
3.1
Using + (7) or the - (9) buttons to choose the appropriate product
number of the product that you would like to program the settings.
P.1 Price 1.00
For example, Single Espresso is typically product #1 or button #1.
Please note: The product number will be displayed next to the “P” on
the machines display.
Displays the
product number
PROGRAMING MENU DIAGRAM
Product Total
P_Price
P_Type
X
Products...
X
Config1...
X
Config2...
X
Service...
NOT USED IN USA. Amount recorded for one drink cycle.
Defines product type, Coffee or Tea
0 = Coffee
1 = Tea (Hot Water)
P_FM Pulses
Number of flow meter pulses. Defines the amount of water. (Options: 1 - 1000+)
TIP: 80 pulses = approximately 1 oz of water
P_Gram
Amount of ground coffee used, in grams.
(Options 0.1g - 16g) For example, a single shot may require 10 grams, so the setting would be 10.
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DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT SETTINGS/PARAMETERS: --- CONTINUED
PROGRAMING MENU DIAGRAM
Product Total
X
Products...
X
Config1...
X
Config2...
X
Service...
This setting determines the quantity of steamed milk that is delivered to produce
cappuccinos and lattes.
USED FOR
MODEL 5513
ONLY
P_Foam
Setting for the type of milk to be delivered:
0 = steamed milk only (for lattes)
1 = steamed milk with foam (for cappuccinos)
USED FOR
MODEL 5513
ONLY
P_Cap Delay
Time delay (in seconds) after the button is pressed, before the milk is delivered.
(Options 0.1s to 99.9s)
USED FOR
MODEL 5513
ONLY
P_Cap Time
USED FOR
MODEL 5513
ONLY
3 = both, left and right frother heads (both pumps are working together)*
Defines the control of milk foaming heads:
1 = left frother head only (milk pump 1)
2 = right frother head only (milk pump 2)
P_Cap. Product
4
5
6
7
=
=
=
=
cold milk only
30% cold milk 70% steamed and frothed milk
30% steamed milk 70% steamed and frothed milk
70% steamed milk 30% steamed and frothed milk
* Recommended setting for fastest milk delivery
P_Cof. Delay
Time delay (in seconds) after button is pressed before coffee is delivered.
TIP: Use this setting to help create clean looking cappuccinos (i.e. coffee with clean
white milk foam, helps eliminate the mixing of coffee and milk during delivery)
USED FOR
MODEL 5513
ONLY
Turn pre-infusion on or off. TIP: Pre-infusion is the expansion of coffee grounds by adding a small quantity of water
P_Pre-Inf
P_PI Time
to the grounds in the brewing chamber before brewing takes place.
0 = Pre-infusion is ON
1 = Pre-infusion is OFF
Pre-infusion filling time, in seconds. Amount of water that is used. ONLY VALID IF PRE-INFUSION IS
TURNED ON. (Options: 0.1s - 9.9s)
Recommended setting = 0.1s - 0.5s
P_PI Pause
Expansion time for wet coffee. ONLY VALID IF PRE-INF IS TURN ON.
(Options: 0.1s - 9.9s)
Recommended setting is 1.0s - 4.0s.
P_Pressure
Tamping pressure for coffee grounds.
(Options: 4 - 16)
Recommended settings: 4 - 7 for single espressos and 8 - 12 for double espressos
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PROGRAMING MENU DIAGRAM
Product Total
P_Time
X
Products...
X
Config1...
X
Config2...
X
Service...
NOT RECOMMENDED, MAY CAUSE ERRORS.
Brewing time control or auto-adjust tamping control, modifies the tamping pressure if the brewing time does not correspond to
this set value. (Only valid if Pressreg., in Config1 menu is turned ON (=1).)
P_Cof. Source
Specifies which bean hopper supplies the coffee for the drink.
0 = manual (center grounds chute)
1 = Left hopper
2 = right hopper
P_Count
Specifies how many drinks to record when the button is pressed.
(Options: 0 - 19)
NOT TYPICALLY USED IN USA. Specifies the number of consecutive brewing cycles made when button is pressed. For
P_Cycles
example, to produce a pitcher of coffee may require more than one cycle.
(Options: 1 -19)
Recommended settings is 1.
P_Valid Mode1
Enables or disables button.
0 = button enabled
1 = button disabled
P_Valid Mode2
Enables or disables second level of all buttons. Enables products 10-14.
0 = button enabled
1 = button disabled
TIP: use this button to unlock the second level of all buttons, when a DECAF option is needed. ONLY VALID WHEN
“SHIFT” IS TURNED ON IN CONFIG2 MENU.
P_Name
Sets which product name will be displayed on the screen when the drink is being made.
(See Product Name Listing on page 10 of this section.)
P_Reg. Nr.
NOT USED IN USA. Sends drink price to specified register.
(Options 1 -39) Only valid if machine is operating in Mode 2.
P_Bypass
Percentage of fresh hot water that is delivered after the coffee has been brewed.
(Options 0 - 99)
Example: For an 8oz Americano, or approx. 640 FM pulses, the Bypass setting could be set to
75. Which means that the machine would use 160 pulses to brew the coffee and add 480 pulses
of fresh water after the brewing was finished.
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3.3 PRODUCT MENU: PRODUCT NAME LIST
Following is list of settings that correspond to the product name that will be displayed on the machine’s
display screen when the user presses the product button.
NUMBER
PRODUCT NAME
NUMBER
PRODUCT NAME
0
Empty
38
Americano
1
Ristretto
39
2x Americano
2
Espresso
40
Caffe’ Lungo
3
2x Ristretto
41
2x Caffe’ Lungo
4
2x Espresso
42
Decaf. s. Capp.
5
Coffee
43
Decaf m. Capp.
6
2x Coffee
44
Decaf. l Capp.
7
Decaffeinated
45
Decaf. s. Latte
8
2x Decaffeinated
46
Decaf. m. Latte
9
Tea
47
Decaf. l. Latte
10
Cappuccino
48
Decaf Espresso
11
2x Cappuccino
49
Frothed Milk
12
Macchiato
50
Steamed Milk
13
2x Macchiato
51
Barista cold
14
Coffee with milk
52
Barista hot
15
2x Macchiato
53
16
Coffee with milk
54
Hot Water
17
2x Milk Foam
55
Small Cappuccino
18
Hot Milk
56
Medium Capp.
19
2x Hot Milk
57
Large Cappuccino
20
White Coffee
58
Small Latte
21
2x White Coffee
59
Medium Latte
22
House Coffee
60
Large Latte
23
2x House Coffee
61
Long Black
24
Espr. macchiato
62
2x Long Black
25
2x Espr. macchiato
63
SM Long Black
26
Jug
64
MD Long Black
27
2x Jug
65
Latte
28
Pot
66
2x Latte
29
2x Pot
67
LG Long Black
30
Cof. in Glass
68
Flat white
31
2x Cof. in Glass
69
Caffe’ Latte
32
House coffee
70
2x Caffe’ Latte
33
2x House Coffee
71
2x Flat White
34
Cap. in Glass
72
SM Flat White
35
2x Cap. in Glass
73
MD Flat White
36
Cold Milk
74
LG Flat White
37
2x Cold Milk
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Products...
P_Name
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3.4 CONFIG 1 MENU
Config 1 Menu contains parameters for making adjustments to the machine that do not effect the specific drink parameters.
Product Total
X
Products...
X
Config1...
X
Config2...
X
Service...
Grinders...
GL Sec/10Gr
GR Sec/10Gr
Grinder L test?
Left Grinder, grinding time in seconds to produce 10 grams of coffee.
TIP: First: set your grinder to produce the coarseness of grind you prefer.
Second: perform the Grinder tests as described below.
Left Grinder, grinding time in seconds to produce 10 grams of coffee.
TIP: First: set your grinder to produce the coarseness of grind you prefer.
Second: perform the Grinder tests as described below.
TIP: First: set your grinder to produce the coarseness of grind you prefer.
Activates Left grinder to perform test to calibrate machine. Adjust grinder until grounds weigh 10 grams.
Machine records the time it takes to grind 10 grams and uses this as bases for all product settings.
TIP: If you adjust the coarseness of the grind, run grinder test twice before weigh grounds again. This
will clear the chute of previously ground coffee.
Grinder R test?
TIP: First: set your grinder to produce the type of grind you prefer.
Activates Right grinder to perform test to calibrate machine. Adjust grinder until grounds weigh 10 grams.
Machine records the time it takes to grind 10 grams and uses this as bases for all product settings.
TIP: If you adjust the coarseness of the grind, run grinder test twice before weigh grounds again. This
will clear the chute of previously ground coffee.
Ref-Temp. CB
Adjusts the temperature of the coffee boiler, in Celsius.
Recommended Setting: 92 C
Capp Corr
In activate parameter not recommended for use.
Prerinse
When the machine is turned on, the coffee delivery system is rinsed with hot water so that the brewing system can reach
its optimal operating temperature faster.
0 = OFF (Disabled)
1 = ON (Enabled)
PressReg.
In activate parameter not recommended for use.
Grounds Value
Specifies when to display the “DRAWER FULL” message on the screen, based on the amount of ground coffee in
kilograms. Note: the 0.0 setting should be used with the grounds chute, so the “DRAWER FULL” message is
not displayed. Factory set to 0.4kg.
(Options: 0.0kg - 9.9kg)
Recommended Setting: 0.4kg
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3.4 CONFIG 1 MENU
Config 1 Menu contains parameters for making adjustments to the machine that do not effect the specific drink parameters.
Product Total
Presel. Mode1
Presel. Mode2
W_Control
X
Products...
X
Config1...
X
Config2...
X
Service...
Specifies the total number of drinks that can be queued or preselected in modes 1 and 2.
PLEASE NOTE: 1 = No drink queuing possible. (Options 1 - 16)
In a self service application this parameter must always be set to =1.
Enables or disables the minimum brew-time functions. If the brewing time is too slow, a “CHECK WATER” message
will appear on the display screen.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
P1 Turns
DO NOT CHANGE! Factory setting of the position of the top brewing piston.
P2 Out
Cap.Aut.Rinse
Defines the time for starting the automatic rinsing programme after the last milk
beverage has been made. (Only available with the automatic milk rinsing option)
Min. value 0 --- Max. Value 30
0 = switched off
1 - 15 = time interval in minutes
MLR-Param.
Contains a list of submenu that changes the MLR (Milk Line Rinsing parameters to
accommodate for longer milk delivery lines. (For example, with an under counter fridge.)
USED FOR
MODEL 5513
ONLY
USED FOR
MODEL 5513
ONLY
Corr. Time
Increases the cap. Time (correction time) after the automatic MLR-rinse
Rinsing Time
Rinse time can be used to increase water rinsing of the milk pipes by MLR max. 9.9 seconds
Blowing out time
Blow out time can be used to increase the time that air is blown through milk pipes by MLR
max. 9.9 seconds.
AFV
Air Foam Valve (AFV): this setting needs to be set if the AFV is present on the 5513
machine. AFV is the removable mechanical check valve located just above the
frother heads (beneath the SS slider cover).
AFV = 0 Air foam-valve not present
AFV = 1 Air foam-valve present
NBUP
B-Emptying
USED FOR
MODEL 5513
ONLY
APPLIES ONLY TO MACHINES THAT HAVE VERSION 2.10 OR HIGHER SOFTWARE.
Notifies the machine if the new generation brewing unit is present in the machine.
0 = Not present
1 = New brew unit present
APPLIES ONLY TO MACHINES THAT HAVE VERSION 2.10 OR HIGHER SOFTWARE
Enables or disables steam boiler emptying feature. If enabled the steam boiler will be emptying during the coffee
cleaning and filled up again at the end of the coffee cleaning program.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled (boiler will empty)
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3.5 CONFIG 2 MENU
Config 2 Menu contains parameters for making adjustments to the machine that do not effect the specific drink parameters.
Product Total
X
Products...
X
Config1...
X
Config2...
X
Service...
Language
Specifies which language.
(Options German, English, French, and Japanese)
Decimal Point
NOT USED IN USA. Specifies the number of spaces after the decimal point in drink places.
0 = no spaces
1 = Two spaces
Periph. Type
NOT TYPICALLY USED IN USA. Specifies what type of peripheral is connected.
0 = None
2 = Card System
6 = CCI/CSI
1 = Coins
4 = Card system and coins
7 = POS
Card System
NOT TYPICALLY USED IN USA. Identifies which card type is being used. The serial number of the
card reader is input here to identify the corresponding card type. ONLY VALID IF Periph. Type = 2.
C_Value
Steam Boiler
NOT USED IN USA. Values of the 6 coins accepted.
(Options: 0.0 - 9.99)
Enables or disables the steam boiler.
0 = disabled
1 = enabled
Recommended Setting: 1
Power
DO NOT CHANGE! Specifies the power rating of the steam boiler. MUST BE SET ON 3 IN USA AND CA!
1 = 2kw boiler (10a fuse)
3 = 3kw boiler (16a fuse)
2 = 2.5kw boiler (13a fuse)
Watertank
Enables or disables a portable water tank function. Enable this setting if the water supplied to the machine has no
line pressure (such as, on a cart where water is supplied from a portable water source).
0 = disabled
1 = enabled
Power Version
Enables or disables the power save version. When the power version is enabled, both boilers are heated simultaneously.
NOTE: in order to save this setting you will need to enter PIN code: 240874
0 = 1 phase with 16A
1 = 1 phase with 30A
Recommended setting: 1 enabled
Save to Card?
Saves all settings in Products, Config1 and Config2 menus to a service card.
ONLY VALID WITH A CARD READER ATTACHED TO THE MACHINE.
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3.5 CONFIG 2 MENU
Config 2 Menu contains parameters for making adjustments to the machine that do not effect the specific drink parameters.
Product Total
X
Products...
X
Config1...
X
Config2...
X
Service...
Load Card?
Uploads the settings from a service card to the Products, Config1, and Config2 menus of the machine.
ONLY VALID WITH A CARD READER ATTACHED TO THE MACHINE.
Load Defaults
Overwrites the current settings in Products, Config1 and Config2 with factory default settings.
DO NOT USE OR YOU WILL HAVE TO REPROGRAM THE ENTIRE MACHINE!!
Price=> CCI
NOT USED IN USA! Enables or disables loading of drink prices into a CCI peripheral.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
Shift
Enables or disables the Shift (#1) button. Enable when DECAF is an option.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
Choko
NOT USED IN USA! Enables or disables the Choko function.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
Enables or disables the Milk sensor, Bean sensor, and Grounds counter feature. NOTE: ONLY the Grounds counter
MB_Sensor
feature is available in the USA. It measures the grounds in the brew chamber, if there is not enough to brew the selected drink it
displays a “Check Beans” message.
Applies to software versions 1.0 - 2.09
Applies to software versions 2.10 and greater
0 = Grounds counter feature Enabled
0 = Grounds counter feature Enabled
1 = Milk, Bean sensor and Grounds counter enabled
1 = Milk, Bean sensor and Grounds counter enabled
2 = Only Milk sensor enabled
2 = Nothing activated
3 = Milk sensor only
USED FOR
MODEL 5513
ONLY
IMS Beeper
Turns beeper ON or OFF.
0 = ON
1 = OFF
R-Mode 2
NOT USED IN USA! Enables or disables cleaning when machine’s in operating mode 2.
0 = rinsing disabled
1 = rinsing enabled
USED FOR
MLR_Type
Specifies which MLR (Milk Line Rinsing) System is being used.
MODEL 5513
0 = none MLR
ONLY
1 = MLR 1. Older generation rinsing with Hose cleaning
2 = MLR 2. Older generation rinsing without Hose cleaning
3 = MLR 3. Used with European under-counter solution
4 = MLR 4 Use with USA cool box solution -- pipes are flushed with water without steam
5 = MLR 5. Used KS 6 above counter fridge -- RECOMMENDED SETTING
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3.5 CONFIG 2 MENU
Config 2 Menu contains parameters for making adjustments to the machine that do not effect the specific drink parameters.
Product Total
X
Products...
X
Config1...
X
Config2...
X
Service...
C-Request
Cleaning request function. Use this feature to set a cleaning alert after a specified number of drinks have been
produced. The alert will remain on the screen until the cleaning has been carried out.
0 = No cleaning alarm
1 - 1000 = number of drinks before alert is displayed
S-Filling
Specifies whether the steam boiler should be filled with or without using the machines pump. If the water line is not
pressurized, or it does not have enough pressure this should be set to 0.
0 = Fills with machine’s pump
1 = fills without machine’s pump
PT-Clear
Enables or disables the erase function in the product counter menu.
0 = Erasing not possible
1 = Erasing possible
Identifies the type of steam wand that is present on the machine.
Auto-Steam
Ref. Temp. AS
SOFTWARE VERSIONS 1.00 - 2.09
0 = NO TS wand present
1 = TS wand is present
SOFTWARE VERSIONS 1.00 - 2.09
0 = NO TS wand present
1 = TS wand is present with steam pressure control
2 = TS wand without steam pressure control
3 = iSteam wand present
Specifies the temperature in Celsius at which the TS wand will shut off.
(Options: 40 - 99 C)
ISTEAM SETTINGS: ONLY VALID WHEN ISTEAM WAND IS PRESENT
iButton Foam
iButton Foam: This submenu contains the programming for the temperature and emulsion levels of the cappuccino
button or left side button on the iSteam wand.
Temperature
Use this parameter to set the final temperature of the steamed and frothed milk for the cappuccino button on the
iSteam wand. This temperature is in Celsius.
E-degree
Use this parameter to set the emulsion level or foaming level associated with the cappuccino button on the
iSteam wand. OPTIONS: 0 - 6. PLEASE NOTE: For all settings 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, the iSteam will add air to the steaming
process and shut air off prior to reaching the final temperature. For example, if you set this parameter to 5 the iSteam will begin
steaming with air infused, shortly before it reaches it’s final temperature it will stop infusing air and simply steam. This will result in
possibly less foam, but the foam may be “tighter”.
0 = no foam or no air during steaming
6 = maximum foaming or air from the beginning to the end of steaming
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3.5 CONFIG 2 MENU
Config 2 Menu contains parameters for making adjustments to the machine that do not effect the specific drink parameters.
Product Total
X
Products...
X
Config1...
X
Config2...
X
Service...
ISTEAM SETTINGS: ONLY VALID WHEN ISTEAM WAND IS PRESENT
iButton Milk
Temperature
E-degree
iButton Milk: This submenu contains the programming for the temperature and emulsion levels of the latte button or
right side button on the iSteam wand.
Use this parameter to set the final temperature of the steamed and frothed milk for the latte button on the iSteam
wand. This temperature is in Celsius.
Use this parameter to set the emulsion level or foaming level associated with the latte button on the iSteam
wand. OPTIONS: 0 - 6. PLEASE NOTE: For all settings 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, the iSteam will add air to the steaming process
and shut air off prior to reaching the final temperature. For example, if you set this parameter to 2 the iSteam will begin steaming
with air infused and stop infusing air after a few seconds of steaming. Full power steaming will continue and the result will be a
steamed frothy milk with a touch of foam.
0 = no foam or no air during steaming
6 = maximum foaming --- air infused steam from the beginning to the end of steaming
iSteamCorrFct
ONLY VALID WITH SOFTWARE 2.10 OR HIGHER
This setting can be used to compensation for any calibration issues with the iSteam or TS wand temperature
probes. Use this setting to correct any differences between the actual final temperature of the milk and
programmed final temperature. OPTIONS: 0 - 20.
Fahrenheit
Specifies how temperature will be displayed.
0 = Celsius
1 = Fahrenheit
Tea/Steam
Enables or disables pressure switch during hot water delivery.
0 = Pressure switch disabled
1 = Pressure switch enabled (default setting)
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3.6 SERVICE MENU
Service menu is for maintenance and diagnostics. It contains information as well as component diagnostic tests.
Product Total
Last Errors
X
Products...
X
Config1...
X
X
Config2...
Service...
Submenu which contains last errors machine encountered.
E061
Displays the last 64 error messages that the machine encountered,
and how many cycles the machine had performed when the error
occurred.
Error
Error Number
18200
Error Number
Cycles
Displays the total brewing cycles of the life of the machine. This setting is not reset-able.
P-Serv
Displays the number of brewing cycles since the last CLR-P Serv.
Max cycles
Specifies the number of brewing cycles after which the machine requires Preventative Maintenance be performed.
When the machine has reached this number, it will alert the user with a “COFFEE SERVICE” message on the
display.
(Options: 0 - 99 --- These are in increments of 1000 cycles, example 1 = 1000. - 15 = 15,000)
CLR P-Serv
Clears the P-Serv counter and set it to zero.
W-Serv
Displays the volume of water used in m3 since the last CLR W-Serv.
Max. Flowm
Specifies the volume of water after which the water softener cartridges should be replaced. When this volume has
be reached the machine will alert the user with a “WATER SERVICE” message. Water volume is calculated by m3.
(Options: 0=disabled - 99)
CLR W-Serv
Clears the W-Serv counter and set it to zero.
C-Cleanings
Displays the number of coffee cleanings since the last CLR R-Serv.
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3.6 SERVICE MENU
Service menu is for maintenance and diagnostics. It contains information as well as component diagnostic tests.
X
Product Total
Products...
X
Config1...
X
M-Cleanings
Displays the number of milk cleanings since the last CLR P-Serv.
CLR Error
Clears the error history list.
Service...
X
Config2...
Contains a list of submenu tests that can be used to diagnose a problem.
Monitor...
Function: Individually activates valves to test the electrical connections to these valves.
Buttons used to select valve: + and Valve
Start/Stop: Use button #1
Status: 0 = Valve idle
1 = Valve active
BV
Y1
Valve test..
Display
Heater test...
Display
Jack on Control
Board
Valve
Y1
0
Brewing valve
J10/1-2
TEA
Y2
0
Hot water valve / Steam added
J10/3-4/5-6
10
ST-FILL
Y3
0
Steam boiler refill valve
J10/7-8
11
CAP_1 Y4
0
Steam valve for Capp. left
J10/9-10
12
CAP_2 Y5
0
Spare (Capp. right)
J10/11-12
13
Bypass Y6
0
Bypass valve (optional)
J10/13-14
14
Component
Jack on Control Board
BV
C
E1
0
000C
Brewing valve
J5/1-2(+24V=) SSR
7
S
E2
0
OK
Steam boiler heater
OK = temp. reached, pressure
switch open
J5/3-4 (+24V=) SSR
8
S
E2
0
N OK
Steam boiler heater
N OK = temp. not reached
pressure too low.
J5/3-4 (+24V=) SSR
8
PLEASE NOTE: the measuring range of the temp. display is 0 C - 118 C. Higher temps.
are displayed as 199 C.
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Component
LED
(red)
0
LED
(red)
BV
Function: Switches on heaters manually.
Buttons used to select: + and Start/Stop: Use button #1
Status: 0 = Heater off
1 = Heater on
Display: Current temperature in Celsius
Status
E1
Temp. in C
0
000C
Status
!
WARNING: Heaters must
be switched off manually.
There is no automatic OFF
switch.
DO NOT OVERHEAT!!
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X
Product Total
Products...
X
Config1...
X
X
Config2...
Service...
Contains a list of submenu tests that can be used to diagnose a problem.
Monitor...
AC Motor Test..
Function: Manually control the AC motor.
Buttons used to select: + and Start/Stop: Use button #1
Status: 0 = ON
1 = OFF
Display
DC Motor Test..
or
Level Test..
POS SW Test..
Water pump motor
J12/1-2
4
G_l
M2 0
Left grinder
J17/1-2
5
G_r
M3
Right grinder
J18/1-2
6
0
Function: Manually controls the DC motors.
Buttons used to select: + and Motion: Use < and > buttons
Move to home position with >
Status: No. of turns from home position
Home position P1:S15
Home position P2:S17
0
Component
PIST.1
M7
Status
008
Jack
(peak to peak)
Motor
PIST.1 M7 008
Spindle motor 1 (Piston (P) 1)
J2 1-2 (24V=)
PIST.1 M7 008
Spindle motor 2 (Piston (P) 2)
J3 1-2 (24V=)
Component
Function: Checks the water level sensor in the steam boiler.
Components: Level sensor B3 (J11/5)
Status: B3 = 1 below water level (level OK)
B3 = 0 above water level (level too low)
Level
Function: Activate the end switches.
Procedure:
1. Bring the component into the position where the sensor
is active (see following table)
2. Activate the function
3. Check the switch signal
Switch Type
M1
Status
LED
(red)
PUMP M1 0
Switch
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PUMP
Jack on
Control Board
Motor
Display
Niveau Test..
Component
Jack
(peak to peak)
B3
Status
1
Component
1:1
2:1
Status
Position for Status = 1
1
Pressure switch for steam
boiler
J9/6-7
0 = Temperature reached
1 = Pressure switch closed (Pressure too low)
2
Micro-switch for grounds
drawer
J15/1-2
0 = Cover is open
1 = Grounds drawer door is in place
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3.6 SERVICE MENU
X
Product Total
Monitor...
Products...
X
Config1...
X
X
Config2...
Service...
Contains a list of submenu tests that can be used to diagnose a problem.
Flow meter P1 (coffee)
FlowM Test
ADDITIONAL I/O
Function: Check the flow-meter.
Start/Stop: Use button #1
Display: Continuous display of FM signal.
100 FM-IMp. = approx. 0.5 dl. or 1.5oz
Inputs...
Component
OUTPUTS...
Function: Checks the 24V DC outputs.
Buttons used to select: + and Start/Stop: Use button #1
Status: 1 = component activated
0 = component not activated
Display
0 0 99
Status
MP1
Component
0
Jack on Control
Board
LED
(red)
MP 1
0
Milk pump M4 (left milk frother head)
J46/1-2
3
MP 2
0
Milk pump M5 (right milk outlet/milk)
J46/3-4
4
CWV
0
Cold water valve for automatic milk rinse
J45/12-11
10
AP
0
Air pump
J45/10-9
?
SV
0
Steam valve for automatic milk rinse
J45/10-9
9
AFV
0
Air foaming head valve
J45/8-7
8
RES 2
0
Spares
J45/4-1
6-5
RES 3
0
Spares
J45/4-1
6-5
ASV
0
Steam valve for auto steam
J19/6-5
?
Signal Inputs (Press + Button)
Status
Function: Check the eight 24V DC inputs.
Status: 1 = signal active
0 = signal not active
0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
Bean Sensor
Milk Sensor
Cool Down...
Function: Cool down the machine for safe repairing. Flushes the
boiler with cold water. The brew valve is open.
Start/Stop: Use button #1
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3.7 GUIDE TO LED ON MAIN BOARD
3.7a LED LIST FOR R1 MAINBOARD
LED 1
24 Volt (green continuous)
LED 2
5 Volt (green continuous)
LED 3
Run mode (green flashing)
LED 4
Pump
LED 5
Left grinder
LED 6
Right grinder
LED 7
Coffee boiler
LED 8
Steam boiler
LED 9
Brew valve
LED 10
Tea valve
LED 11
Steam filling valve
LED 12
Cappuccino valve left
LED 13
Cappuccino valve right
LED 14
Spare
LED 4 -14
Red (On = active)
3.7b LED LIST FOR R2 MAINBOARD
DL 1
24 Volt (green continuous)
DL 29
Reversing valve SV
DL 2
5 Volt (green continuous)
DL 30
Air pump AP
DL 3
Run mode (green flashing)
DL 31
Cold water valve Y10
DL 4
Pump
DL 32
Milk pump MP2
DL 5
Left grinder
DL 33
Milk pump MP1
DL 6
Right grinder
DL 7
Coffee boiler
DL 8
Steam boiler
DL 9
Brew valve
DL 10
Tea valve
DL 11
Steam filling valve
DL 12
Cappuccino valve left
DL 13
Cappuccino valve right
DL 14
Bypass Y6
DL 15
Steam valve for TS steam ASV
DL 16
not in use
DL 17
iFaom (iSteam capp.)
DL 18
iMilk (iSteam latte)
DL 19 - 25
not in use
DL 26
Res 2
DL 27
Res 3
DL 28
Air vavle AFV
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3.8 ERROR LIST
3.8 ERROR MESSAGES: When the machine has encounters a problem with one of it’s components
it will give the end user an error message. Technicians can check the list of errors the machine has
encountered and the number of cycles the machine had performed when the error occurred. SEE PAGE
18 OF THIS SECTION FOR MORE DETAILS ON HOW TO ACCESS THE ERROR LIST.
NO.
DESCRIPTION
SOLUTION
1
Error in EEPROM
Turn machine off, wait 30 seconds and turn on again.
31
Coffee boiler could not be refilled.
a. Check main water supply and pump - is there water going to the machine?
b. The pump pressure is too high, greater than 10 bar
c. Brew valve Y1 does not close - check in monitor menu
d. Flowmeter P1 is faulty - check using monitor menu
e. Expansion/non-return valve is blocked
f. Boiler inlet is blocked - remove inlet and visual check
33
Steam boiler could not be refilled.
a. Check main water supply and pump - is there water going to the machine?
b. Level sensor B3 is calcified or has electrical fault - check using monitor menu
c. Valve Y3, has a mechanical or electrical fault - check using monitor menu
d. Non return valve or inlet pipe is blocked - remove and visual check
41
Coffee boiler does not heat up
a. Check temperature fuse F11
b. Check semiconductor element K1
c. Check Heater/Connection X2
d. Check temperature sensor NTC B1 / Connection J11 Pin 1/2
e. Check and make sure one phase of the power supply is not missing
43
Steam boiler does not heat up
a. Check temperature fuse F21
b. Check semiconductor element K2
c. Check Heater/Connection X2
d. Check pressure switch S13 using monitor menu
e. Check and make sure one phase of the power supply is not missing
61
No signal from Flowmeter P1
a. Flowmeter is clogged or not responding - check using monitor menu
b. Expansion or non-return valve is clogged - visually check
c. Coffee boiler, inlet or outlet is blocked - visually check
d. Brew valve (Y1) is blocked - check using monitor menu
e. Sieve from upper or lower piston is blocked - visual check
f. Flow limiter from brewing piston is blocked
71
Brew duration is greater than 90
seconds
a. Coffee is set to grind to fine - adjust grinder to courser setting
b. Sieve from upper or lower piston is blocked - visually check
c. Check piston height from brew piston P2 (Config. 1 menu P2 height)
d. Flow rate or pressure from water pump to low - increase pump pressure
73
Delivery time for tea takes too long
a. Pipe or sieve is blocked - visually check
81
No signal from upper piston
a. No signal from limit switch S15 (upper piston motor P1) - check in monitor menu
b. Upper piston P1 is jammed - visually check
c. Upper spindle motor M7 /limit switch is faulty - check in monitor menu
d. Check cable connections M7 to J2
e. Grounds ejector arm is blocking the movement of upper piston - visually check
82
No signal from lower piston
a. Lower piston P2 is jammed - visually check
b. Spindle motor M8 limit switch S17 is faulty - check in monitor menu
c. Check cable connections M8 to J3
91
Upper Piston
P1: Time to pressure > 8 seconds
P1: Time to ejection > 5 seconds
a. Upper piston P1 is jammed - visually check - use monitor menu
b. No signal from upper spindle motor M7/Revolution counter S14 - use monitor menu
c. Check cable connections M7 to J2
92
Lower Piston
P2: Time to pressure > 8 seconds
P2: Time to ejection > 5 seconds
a. Lower piston P2 is jammed - visually check - use monitor menu
b. No signal from lower spindle motor M8 / Revolution counter S16
c. Check cable connections M8 to J3
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3.8 ERROR LIST - CONTINUED
3.8 ERROR MESSAGES -continued
NO.
DESCRIPTION
93
Lower piston (P2) can not reach it’s
maximum height.
a. Check lower spindle motor (M8) - use monitor menu
b. Revolution counter (S16) is faulty
94
Lower piston (P2) height has
exceeded it’s maximum height
during brewing. (Motor exceeded
100 revolutions)
a. Check lower piston spindle motor - use monitor menu
b. Revolution counter (S16) is faulty
c. Increase upper piston height (P1) by 2 in Config 1 menu, P1 Turns parameter
97
No signal from upper piston (P1)
limit switch (S14)
a. Check the upper spindle motor (M7) - use the monitor menu
b. Revolution counter (S14) is faulty
c. Check fuse F5
98
No signal from lower piston limit
switch (S14).
a. Check the lower spindle motor (M8) - use the monitor menu
b. Revolution counter S16 is faulty
111
Short circuit on temperature sensor
for coffee boiler (NTC B1)
a. Check wiring to sensor
b. Check the J11 Pin 1/2 connection on the mainboard
121
Failure of the temperature sensor for a. Check wiring to sensor
the coffee boiler (NTC B1)
b. Check the J11 Pin 1/2 connection on the mainboard
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3.9 PARAMETER QUICK INDEX
PRODUCT SETTINGS
PRODUCT SETTINGS: COFFEE
PARAMETER
P_Bypass
DESCRIPTION
MENU
PAGE
Products...
10
P_Coffee Source
% of H2O delivered after brewing for Americanos
Specifies which hopper supplies coffee
Products...
10
P_FM Pulse
Quantity of water delivered during brewing
Products...
8
P_Grams
Quantity of coffee used
Products...
8
P_Pre-Inf
Pre-infusion on or off
Products...
9
P_PI_Pause
Expansion time for pre-infusion
Products...
9
P_PI_Time
Amount of water used during pre-infusion
Products...
9
P_Pressure
Tamping pressure
Products...
9
P_Time
Brew time auto adjust feature - do not use
Products...
10
PRODUCT SETTINGS: MILK (5513)
PARAMETER
DESCRIPTION
MENU
PAGE
P_Cap Delay
Time delay after button is pressed before milk is delivered.
Products...
9
P_Cap Product
Defines which frother heads delivers milk
Products...
9
P_Cap Time
Quantity of milk delivered
Products...
9
P_Cof Delay
Time delay after button is pressed before coffee is delivered
Products...
9
P_Foam
Defines type of foam (Capp or latte)
Products...
9
MENU
PAGE
PRODUCT SETTINGS: GENERAL
PARAMETER
DESCRIPTION
P_Count
Specifies # of drinks recorded when button is pressed
Products...
10
P_Cycles
Specifies # cycles that run when button is pressed
Products...
10
P_Name
Defines name to be displayed when button is pressed
Products...
10 - 11
P_Price
Sets price of product
Products...
8
P_Reg. Nr.
Sends drink price info to specified cash register
Products...
10
P_Type
Defines coffee or tea
Products...
8
P_Valid Mode 1
Enables button
Products...
10
P_Valid Mode 2
Enables second level of button (shift level)
Products...
10
MENU
PAGE
MACHINE SETTINGS
MACHINE SETTINGS: COFFEE
PARAMETER
DESCRIPTION
NBUP
Notifies machine that new generation brew group is installed
Config 1...
13
Pre-Rinse
Activates pre-rinising feature
Config 1...
12
Ref-Temp CB
Define coffee boiler temperature
Config 1...
12
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3.9 PARAMETER QUICK INDEX
MACHINE SETTINGS
MACHINE SETTINGS: GRINDER CALIBRATION
PARAMETER
DESCRIPTION
MENU
PAGE
Grind Time
Left -- GL Sec/10Gr
Defines grind time to grind 10 grams with left grinder
Config 1...
12
Right -- GR Sec/10Gr
Defines grind time to grind 10 grams with right grinder
Config 1...
12
Grinder L test?
Activates left grinder to calibrate
Config 1...
12
Grinder R test?
Activates right grinder to calibrate
Config 1...
12
Grinder Calibration/Test
MACHINE SETTINGS: MILK (5513)
PARAMETER
DESCRIPTION
MENU
PAGE
AFV
AFV present or not
Config 1...
13
Capp_Auto Rinise
Sets the time after milk drink is made to begin the auto milk line rinse
Config 1...
13
Capp. Correction
Not an active parameter
Config 1...
12
MLR_Parameter
Submenu which contains Correct time, Rinsing time, & Blow out time for MLR
Config 1...
13
MLR_Type
Defines the generation of MLR in machine
Config 2...
15
MENU
PAGE
MACHINE SETTINGS: GENERAL
PARAMETER
DESCRIPTION
B_Emptying
Enables or disables steam boiler emptying feature.
Config 1...
13
Decimal Point
Specifies the number of spaces after the decimal point in drink places.
Config 2...
14
Fahrenheit
Specifies how temperature will be displayed.
Config 2...
17
Language
Specifies which language.
Config 2...
14
P1 Turns
DO NOT CHANGE! Factory setting of the position of the top brewing piston. Config 1...
13
P2 Out
DO NOT CHANGE! Factory setting of the position of the top brewing piston. Config 1...
13
Power
DO NOT CHANGE! Specifies the power rating of the steam boiler.
Config 2...
14
Power Version
Enables or disables the power save version.
Config 2...
14
Pre-Sel Mode 1
Specifies the total number of drinks that can be preselected in modes 1 and 2.
Config 1...
13
Pre-Sel Mode 2
Specifies the total number of drinks that can be preselected in modes 1 and 2.
Config 1...
13
S-Filling
Specifies whether the steam boiler should be filled using the pump.
Config 2...
16
Shift
Enables or disables the Shift (#1) button. Enable when DECAF is an option.
Config 2...
15
Steam Boiler
Enables or disables the steam boiler.
Config 2...
14
R_Mode 2
Enables or disables cleaning when machine’s in operating mode 2.
Config 2...
15
Tea/Steam
Enables or disables pressure switch during hot water delivery.
Config 2...
17
Water Tank
Enables or disables a portable water tank function.
Config 1...
14
MACHINE SETTINGS: ACCESSORY SETTINGS
(NON OF THESE SETTINGS ARE TYPICALLY USED IN THE USA AND CANADA)
PARAMETER
DESCRIPTION
MENU
PAGE
Card System
Identifies which card type is being used.
Config 2...
14
C_Value
Values of the 6 coins accepted.
Config 1...
14
Periph Type
Specifies what type of peripheral is connected.
Config 2...
14
Price => CCI
Enables or disables loading of drink prices into a CCI peripheral.
Config 2...
15
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3.9 PARAMETER QUICK INDEX
SENSORS, ALERTS, AND COUNTERS
PARAMETER
DESCRIPTION
MENU
PAGE
C-Cleaning
Displays number of times the coffee cleaning program has been run since last
CLR-R-Serv
Service...
18
CLR_Error
Clears error history
Service...
19
CLR_P_Serv
Clears PM service counter
Service...
18
CLR_W_Serv
Clears water service counter
Service...
18
C_Request
Cleaning alert: Set # of cycles machine performs before giving a cleaning alert
Config 2...
16
Cycles
Total number of produced on machine since manufacturing date
Service...
18
Grounds Value
Specifies number of cycles before displaying grounds drawer full alert
Config 1...
12
IMS Beeper
Turns beeper on or off
Config 2...
15
Last Errors
List last 64 errors that the machine has encountered
Service...
18
MB_Sensor
Enables or disables milk and coffee sensors
Config 2...
15
M_Cleanings
Displays number of milk cleanings since last CLR P Serv
Service...
19
Max_cycles
Specifies number of cycles before PM service alert is shown
Service...
18
Product_total
Shows the total number of products produced since last PT_Clear
Mode 3...
7
PT_Clear
Enables or disables product counter menu clear function
Config 2...
16
Water Control
Enables or disables the minimum brew-time functions. If the brewing time is too
slow, a “CHECK WATER” message will appear on the display screen.
Config 2...
13
W_Serv
Specifies the number of cycles before the water service message is shown
Service...
18
STEAM WAND SETTINGS
TS WAND (Auto-shut off) SETTINGS
PARAMETER
DESCRIPTION
MENU
PAGE
Auto Steam
Defines which type of TS wand is installed on the machine
Config 2...
16
Ref. Temp AS
Specifies temperature in Celsius at which TS wand will automatically shut off
Config 2...
16
ISTEAM SETTINGS
PARAMETER
DESCRIPTION
MENU
PAGE
iCorrect Fct
Can be used to compensate for difference between programmed and actual final
shut off temperatures
Config 2...
17
iButton Foam
This submenu contains the programming for the temperature and emulsion levels
of the cappuccino button or left side button on the iSteam wand.
Config 2...
16
iButton Milk
This submenu contains the programming for the temperature and emulsion levels
of the latte button or right side button on the iSteam wand.
Config 2...
17
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3.9 PARAMETER QUICK INDEX
TECHNICIAN SUPPORT MENUS
COMPONENT MONITORING
PARAMETER
DESCRIPTION
MENU
PAGE
AC Motors
Manually control the AC motors.
Service/Monitor...
20
Additional IO
Checks the 24V DC outputs.
Service/Monitor...
21
Cool Down
Cool down the machine for safe repairing. Flushes the boiler with cold water.
Service/Monitor...
21
DC Motor
Manually control the DC motors.
Service/Monitor...
20
FlowM Test
Manually activates the Flow meter.
Service/Monitor...
21
Heater Test
Manually activates the boiler heaters.
Service/Monitor...
19
Inputs
Checks the 24V DC inputs.
Service/Monitor...
21
Niveau test
Checks the water level sensor in the steam boiler.
Service/Monitor...
20
POS SW Test
Activate the end switches.
Service/Monitor...
20
Valve tests
Individually activates valves to test the electrical connections to these valves.
Service/Monitor...
19
MENU
PAGE
SAVING SETTINGS TO CARD
PARAMETER
DESCRIPTION
Load to Card
Uploads the settings from a service card to the Products, Config1, and Config2
menus of the machine.
Config 2...
15
Load Defaults
Overwrites the current settings in Products, Config1 and Config2 with factory
default settings.
Config 2...
15
Save to Card
Saves all settings in Products, Config1 and Config2 menus to a service
card.
Config 2...
14
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3.10 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF PARAMETERS INDEX
PARAMETER
MENU
AC Motors
Service/Monitor
PAGE
20
PARAMETER
MENU
PAGE
PARAMETER
MENU
PAGE
M_Cleanings
Service
19
Power version
Config 2
14
Config 1
12
Service/Monitor
21
Max_Cycles
Service
18
Pre-Rinse
AFV
Config 1
13
Max.FlowM
Service
18
Pre-sel Mode 1
Config 1
13
Auto Steam
Config 2
16
MB_Sensor
Config 2
45
Pre-sel Mode 2
Config 1
13
Config 1
12
15
Additional IO
B_Emptying
Config 1
13
MLR Parameter
Config 1
13
PressReg
C_Cleaning
Service
18
MLR Type
Config 2
15
Price => CCI
Config 2
C_Request
Config 2
16
NBUP
Config 1
13
Product_Total
Mode 3
C_Value
Config 2
14
Niveau test
Service/Monitor
20
Cap.Auto.Rinse
Config 1
13
P_Bypass
Products
10
Cap_Corr
Config 1
12
P_Cap Delay
Products
9
Card System
Config 2
14
P_Cap Product
Products
9
Choko
Config 2
15
P_Cap Time
Products
9
CLR W_Serv
Service
18
P_Cof Delay
Products
9
CLR_Error
Service
19
P_Cof.Source
Products
10
CLR_P_Serv
Service
18
P_Count
Products
10
Cool Down
Service/Monitor
21
P_Cycle
Products
10
Service
18
P_FM Pulse
Products
8
Service/Monitor
20
P_Foam
Products
9
Decimal point
Config 2
14
P_Grams
Products
8
Fahrenheit
Config 2
17
P_Name
Products
10
FlowM Test
Service/Monitor
21
P_P_Pressure
Products
9
GL Sec/10Gr
Config 1/Grinders
12
P_PI_Pause
Products
9
GR Sec/10Gr
Config 1/Grinders
12
P_PI_Time
Products
9
Cycles
DC Motor
Grinder L test?
Config 1/Grinders
12
P_Pre-Inf
Products
9
Grinder R test?
Config 1/Grinders
12
P_Price
Products
8
Grounds Value
Config 1
12
P_Reg.Nr.
Products
10
Service/Monitor
19
P_Time
Products
10
iButton Foam
Config 2
16
P_Type
Products
8
iButton Milk
Config 2
17
P_Valid Mode 1
Products
10
iCorrectFct
Config 2
17
P_Valid Mode 2
Products
10
Service
18
Heater Test
Config 2
15
P-Serv
Service/Monitor
21
P1 Turns
Config 1
13
Language
Config 2
14
P2 Outs
Config 1
13
Last Errors
Service
18
Periph Type
Config 2
14
Load to Card
Config 2
15
POS SW Test
Service
20
Load to Defaults
Config 2
15
Power
Config 2
14
IMS Beeper
Inputs
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PT_Clear
Config 2
16
Ref. Temp AS
Config 2
16
Ref-Temp CB
Config 1
12
R-Mode2
Config 2
15
Save to Card
Config 2
14
S-Filling
Config 2
16
Shift
Config 2
15
Steam boiler
Config 2
14
Tea/Steam
Config 2
17
Valve tests
Service/Monitor
19
Service
18
Water Control
Config 1
13
Water Tank
Config 2
14
W_Serv
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SECTION 4:
ELECTRICAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS: SECTION 4
Page
4.1 INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................................. 2
4.2 HIGH VOLTAGE COMPONENTS.................................................................................................... 2 - 4
4.3 LOW VOLTAGE COMPONENTS..................................................................................................... 5 - 7
4.4 MAINBOARD DIAGRAM............................................................................................................... 8 - 9
4.5 MAINBOARD SCHEMATICS ....................................................................................................... 10 - 11
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EGRO 55 SERIES TECHNICAL MANUAL
4.1 INTRODUCTION
The electrical section of this manual details the electrical components of the Egro 55 series machines.
The electrical components are broken out into three main sections, 1. High voltage 2. Low voltage 3.
Motherboard.
4.2 HIGH VOLTAGE COMPONENTS
WARNING: TURN THE MACHINE OFF AND UNPLUG IT FROM THE WALL
PRIOR TO WORKING WITH ANY HIGH-VOLTAGE COMPONENTS!
PUMP MOTOR: Generation 1
PUMP MOTOR: Generation 2
55 Series machines are equiped
with a magnetically controlled 230v
CMP-71100 internal water pump.
The pump is water cooled for longer
motor life.
55 Series produced after May 2008
utilizes a spindle-driven pump to
accommodate high volume use while
providing consistent, sustainable
pressure for each and every shot.
GRINDER MOTORS
The 55 series is equipped with two
independently controlled 230V
1/2 hp Ditting grinder RPM motors.
1690 RPM. 150w.
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1
OPERATING MODES
HEATING ELEMENT:
HOT WATER BOILER
HEATING ELEMENT:
STEAM BOILER
The hot water boiler or coffee boiler
contains a 208V 3000w external
heating element.
The steam boiler contains a 208V
3000w internal heating element.
RELAYS
TERMINAL BLOCK
Electrical device such that current
flowing through it in one circuit (24v
from the mainboard) can switch on
and off a current in a second circuit
(208v going to the heating elements
and the pump).
Receives the incoming lines of power
from the plug.
- Black wires lead to the relay
- Red wires lead to the bottom relay
- Blue wires lead to the mainboard
for all 230v/208v components
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4.2 HIGH VOLTAGE COMPONENTS - CONTINUED
POWER SWITCH
CAPACITORS
Turns the machine on and off. 230v
230v incoming.
HIGH LIMIT SWITCH:
HOT WATER BOILER
HIGH LIMIT SWITCH:
STEAM BOILER
The hot water boiler high limit has a
switch for each leg of power. This is
a thermo protection for the heating
element.
Press the two brown buttons to reset
the hot water boiler high limit.
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The steam boiler high limit cuts both
legs of power to the steam boiler’s
heating element.
Press the red button to reset the steam
boiler high limit.
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4.3 LOW VOLTAGE COMPONENTS
FLOWMETER
24v + 5v. Counts the pulses of the
water going to the hot water boiler
and the brew group.
BREW CHAMBER HEAT SLEEVE
24v. Keeps the brew chamber at
constant temperature, to promote
temperature stability during espresso
extraction.
STEAM BOILER PRESSURE-STAT
5v. Regulates the temperature of the
steam boiler.
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DISPLAY
24v. Serves as the display for drinks
and also programming. By using
the programming key the drink
touch pad can be used to program,
configure and customize the
machine.
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4.3 LOW VOLTAGE COMPONENTS - CONTINUED
PISTON MOTORS
TS OR iSTEAM WAND PROBE
24v. Contains two (upper and lower)
piston motors, that power the upper
and lower pistons for tamping during
the brewing process.
5v. Temperature sensing probe for
steaming milk. Adjust the final or
shut-off temperature by using the
programming.
SOLENOIDS: MODEL 5511
There are five operational solenoids located in the Egro Model 5511. All the solenoids
are 24v DC.
BREW (10W)
STEAM (10W)
TEA- COFFEE BOILER (10W)
TEA - STEAM BOILER (10W)
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SOLENOIDS: MODEL 5513
In addition, to the five solenoids located in the Model 5511, there are three solenoids
exclusive to the Model 5513.
STEAM SOLENOID FOR LEFT
FROTHER HEAD
(10W)
STEAM SOLENOID FOR RIGHT
FROTHER HEAD
(10W)
RINSING SOLENOID (8W)
No picture available at
this time. Solenoid is
located on the cold water
block.
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4.4 MAINBOARD DIAGRAM
Diagram for the R2 Mainboard on the Egro 55 Series
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4.4 MAINBOARD DIAGRAM - CONTINUED
LED LIST FOR R2 MAINBOARD
INPUT LIST
DL 1
24 Volt (green continuous)
J1
orange, green, 2x grey = leads to power board
2x white = lead to 6.3a fuse (230v)
DL 2
5 Volt (green continuous)
DL 3
Run mode (green flashing)
J2
brown, white, grey = bottom of motor gear box
red & black = motor for gears
green, yellow, pink = piston home position sensor
DL 4
Pump
DL 5
Left grinder
J3
DL 6
Right grinder
J3
DL 7
Coffee boiler
J4
DL 8
Steam boiler
J6
DL 9
Brew valve
J7
DL 10
Tea valve
J8
DL 11
Steam filling valve
J9
DL 12
Cappuccino valve left
J10
DL 13
Cappuccino valve right
J11
DL 14
Bypass Y6
J12
DL 15
Steam valve for TS steam ASV
J13
DL 16
not in use
J14
DL 17
iFaom (iSteam capp.)
J16
DL 18
iMilk (iSteam latte)
J17
DL 19 - 25
not in use
J18
DL 26
Res 2
J19
DL 27
Res 3
J20
DL 28
Air vavle AFV
J20
DL 29
Reversing valve SV
J22
DL 30
Air pump AP
J23
DL 31
Cold water valve Y10
J41
DL 32
Milk pump MP2
J44
DL 33
Milk pump MP1
J45
(24v)
J46
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SECTION 5:
HYDRAULIC
TABLE OF CONTENTS: SECTION 5
Page
5.1 INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................................. 2
5.2 HOT WATER (COFFEE) BOILER........................................................................................................ 2 - 3
5.3 STEAM BOILER.............................................................................................................................. 3 - 5
5.4 BREW GROUP ASSEMBLY.............................................................................................................. 6 - 7
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5.1 INTRODUCTION
The hydraulic and steam section of this manual details the hydraulic components of the Egro 55 series.
The hydraulic components are broken down into three main sections, 1. Hot Water or Coffee Boiler 2.
Steam Boiler and 3. Brew Group Assembly
5.2 HOT WATER (COFFEE) BOILER
HOT WATER SOLENOID FITTING
TEMPERATURE SENSOR
Sends hot water to the mixing
chamber when the hot water solenoid
opens.
Reads the temperature of the water in
the boiler.
EXPANSION VALVE
Also called a pressure relief valve.
Relieves the pressure from the hot
water or coffee boiler when it
reaches 11 bar. Excess pressure
flows into drip tray via silicon tubing.
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Sends temperature reading to the
Mainboard.
BREW SOLENOID
A three-way valve located on the
bottom of the boiler. Waste is
connected to the drain T-fitting and
when open it allows water to go to
the brew group assembly.
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5.2 HOT WATER (COFFEE) BOILER
1
OPERATING MODES
INCOMING WATER CHECK
VALVE
WATER PRESSURE GAUGE
Located on the bottom of the boiler.
Indicates the water pressure from the
pump through the boiler.
Recommended resting pressure
should be 9 bar.
Located on the bottom of the boiler.
Allows water to only pass in one
direction - incoming to the boiler.
5.3 STEAM BOILER
STEAM BLOCK
PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
Any components that receive steam
have solenoids located on this block.
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Safety valve in case of boiler overpressurization. Factory set at 3 bars
of pressure.
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5.3 STEAM BOILER - CONTINUED
PRESSURE STAT
Regulates the pressure of the steam
boiler. Adjustable from the top.
STEAM SOLENOID - HOT
WATER
Supplies steam to the mixing
chamber for use with hot water.
TS STEAM WAND SOLENOID
INCOMING WATER SUPPLY
Three-way solenoid, located between
the grinder chutes. Waste connects to
the drain tray. When opened steam
is allowed to pass through to the
steam wand.
Incoming water supply from fill
solenoid on the cold water block.
Fills boiler from the bottom.
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5.3 STEAM BOILER - CONTINUED
WATER LEVEL PROBE
INJECTION CHAMBER
Regulates the water level in the steam
boiler.
Red wire -- sends date to Mainboard
Blue wire -- grounded on top of
boiler, connects to Mainboard
Union where steam meets water from
coffee boiler and continues on to hot
water tap. Used for prepartion of tea
water.
THE FOLLOWING COMPONENT IS INCLUDED WHEN THE
MACHINE IS EQUIPPED WITH ISTEAM.
VENTURI MIXING CHAMBER
Valve where steam is infused with air
using the principles of Venturi.
The Venturi is located on the door of
the Egro.
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5.4 BREW GROUP ASSEMBLY
Following is a diagram of the brew group assembly. All brewing and extraction takes place in the brew
group assembly. For a complete guide to repairing and rebuilding the brew group, please see section 6
of this manual.
C
C
D
F
A
G
D
I
B
H
E
C
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5.4 BREW GROUP ASSEMBLY - CONTINUED
BREW GROUP ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM KEY
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
Upper piston quick- connect fitting. Connects incoming water from the hot water (coffee)
boiler to the brew chamber.
Bottom piston quick-connect fitting. Delivers extracted espresso to the coffee outlet.
Allen bolts or cotter pins that hold the brew group together.
Piston motor. Drives the gear box.
Piston gear box. Drives the piston auger shaft.
Sweeper arm. Clears the coffee puck from the chamber area after brewing.
Brewing chamber. Grounds are tamped and espresso extraction takes place in the brewing
chamber.
Home position sensor arm. Notifies the machines when the piston has reached it’s home
piston.
Grounds slide guide. Guides the coffee puck to the ground drawer.
Note: The red highlighted areas represent the upper and lower pistons.
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SECTION 6:
ADJUSTMENTS AND MAINTENANCE
TABLE OF CONTENTS: SECTION 5
Page
Adjustments
6.1 CALIBRATING MACHINE TO BEANS - DIALING IN 10 GRAMS....................................................... 2 - 3
6.2 ADJUSTING GRIND......................................................................................................................... 3
Maintenance
6.3 REPLACING BREW GROUP.............................................................................................................. 6
6.4 DRAINING THE STEAM BOILER........................................................................................................ 7
6.5 REPLACING GRINDER BURRS.......................................................................................................... 8
6.6 PM GUIDE...................................................................................................................................... 9
6.7 BREW GROUP. REBUILD GUIDE ..................................................................................................... 10
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6.1 CALIBRATING MACHINE TO BEANS - DIALING IN 10 GRAMS
PLEASE NOTE: This step requires you enter programming. Please refer to section 3 of this manual for guidance in how to
enter programming and how to navigate in the programming mode.
This step is critical to the proper function of the Egro 55 series machines. It gives the machine an accurate starting
point to produce all drinks. It is unique to the roast of espresso or coffee beans. If you change the roast of beans
used in the machine you will need to adjust this calibration by repeating the steps outline below.
You will need your gram scale to complete these steps. Please perform these steps before programming any drink
parameters.
REFER TO SECTION 3 FOR COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO ENTER THE PROGRAMING MODE
1. Enter programming menu as described in Section 3.3.
1.1 Insert programming key, turn clockwise 1/4 turn
1.2 Press the number 4 button on the key pad
1.3 Enter the PIN code 1849, but pressing the 1, 8, 4 and 9 buttons
2. Scroll (using button 5) to the Config 1 menu and press enter (button 1).
3. Scroll (using button 5) to the Grinders submenu and press enter (button 1).
1.1
1.2
2
3
Config1...
Grinders...
Product Total
X
Products...
X
Config1...
X
Config2...
X
Service...
Grinders...
GL Sec/10Gr
GR Sec/10Gr
Grinder L test?
Left Grinder, grinding time in seconds to produce 10 grams of coffee.
TIP: First: set your grinder to produce the coarseness of grind you prefer.
Second: perform the Grinder tests as described below.
Left Grinder, grinding time in seconds to produce 10 grams of coffee.
TIP: First: set your grinder to produce the coarseness of grind you prefer.
Second: perform the Grinder tests as described below.
TIP: First: set your grinder to produce the coarseness of grind you prefer.
Activates Left grinder to perform test to calibrate machine. Adjust grinder until grounds weigh 10 grams.
Machine records the time it takes to grind 10 grams and uses this as bases for all product settings.
TIP: If you adjust the coarseness of the grind, run grinder test twice before weigh grounds again. This
will clear the chute of previously ground coffee.
Grinder R test?
TIP: First: set your grinder to produce the type of grind you prefer.
Activates Right grinder to perform test to calibrate machine. Adjust grinder until grounds weigh 10 grams.
Machine records the time it takes to grind 10 grams and uses this as bases for all product settings.
TIP: If you adjust the coarseness of the grind, run grinder test twice before weigh grounds again. This
will clear the chute of previously ground coffee.
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1
OPERATING MODES
7
4. You have accessed the Grinders submenu. There are four options in the grinder menu, they are
described in the diagram above.
5. Place an empty clean paper cup or light container on your gram scale and tare the scale.
6. Scroll (using the number 5 button) to the Grinder L test?
7. Remove the screw holding front door in place and swing the door open.
8. GRINDER LEFT TEST
8.1 Place a cup under the left grinder chute to catch the grinds. Press the ENTER button (button number
1) to activate the grinder and start the test. Run three tests and discard the coffee grounds.
8.1
8.2 Conduct a fourth test and weigh it using your gram scale.
PLEASE NOTE: Always use the fourth grinder test after each adjustment to ensure that the grounds weight is
accurate.
8.2
8.3 If the weight is not 10 grams, then scroll back (using the number 3 button) until the screen reads,
GL Sec/10Gr.
8.4 Press ENTER or button 1 to make adjustments to the grinding time of the left grinder.
8.5 Use the + and - (buttons 7 and 9) to make adjustments to the grind time. If the weight was less
than 10g increase the grind time, if the weight was more than 10 grams decrease the grind time.
PLEASE NOTE: Adjust time by small increments. Just one or two tenths of a second can greatly
affect the resulting weight.
8.3
GL Sec/10Gr
8.6 Press ENTER (button 1) to save the changes.
8.7 Scroll forward (button 5) to the Grinder l test? again. And repeat the test as described in 8.1 to
8.6 until the grinds ground = 10 grams.
8.5
9. GRINDER RIGHT TEST (THE RIGHT GRINDER CALIBRATION IS THE SAME AS THE LEFT, HOWEVER
IT USES THE GRINDER R TEST? AND GR SEC/10G PROGRAMMING FEATURES IN THE CONFIG 1/
GRINDERS MENU)
9.1 Scroll (using the number 5 button) to the Grinder R test?
9.1
Grinder R test?
9.2 Place a cup under the right grinder chute to catch the grinds. Press the ENTER button (button
number 1) to activate the grinder and start the test. Run three tests and discard the coffee grounds.
9.3 Conduct a fourth test and weigh it using your gram scale.
PLEASE NOTE: Always use the fourth grinder test after each adjustment to ensure that the grounds weight is
accurate.
9.2
9.4 If the weight is not 10 grams, then scroll back (using the number 3 button) until the screen reads,
GR Sec/10Gr.
9.5 Press ENTER or button 1 to make adjustments to the grinding time of the left grinder.
9.6 Use the + and - (buttons 7 and 9) to make adjustments to the grind time. If the weight was less
than 10g increase the grind time, if the weight was more than 10 grams decrease the grind time.
PLEASE NOTE: Adjust time by small increments. Just one or two tenths of a second can greatly
affect the resulting weight.
9.3
9.7 Press ENTER (button 1) to save the changes.
9.8 Scroll forward (button 5) to the Grinder R test? again. And repeat the test as described in 9.1 to
9.8 until the grinds ground = 10 grams.
9.4
GR Sec/10Gr
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6.2 ADJUSTING THE GRIND
This is the first step in calibrating the machine to the roast of bean which is being
served. This will need to be done using the beans that will be served.
1
TIP: Pull a shot first and see how machine is pouring prior to adjusting the grind.
STEPS FOR ADJUSTING GRINDER WITHOUT GRINDER ADJUSTMENTS INSTALLED
1. Remove the screw holding the front door closed. Swing the door open.
2. Find the grinders on the inside of the machine. On the top of both grinders you
will find an adjustment plate.
3. Insert a flat headed screwdriver into the slot on the adjustment plate. Apply a
gentle downward pressure on the screw driver to lift the plate free of the notches
that are holding it in place.
2
4. Turn the collar on the top of the grinder to adjust the grind.
Finer grind = Turn collar clockwise
Courser grind = Turn collar counter clockwise
3
5. Make sure that the adjustment plate is securely held in place by the notches
before removing the screwdriver from the slot.
Please note: While one notch is a seemingly small adjustment, it can greatly affect the resulting rind. Use
small turns, one notch at a time, to adjust the grinder burrs until the correct grind is reached.
STEPS FOR ADJUSTING GRINDER WITH AN INTERNAL GRINDER ADJUSTMENTS INSTALLED
1. Using a Phillips head screwdriver remove the screw which locks the door and
1
swing the door open.
WARNING: do not loose this screw.
2. Choose the grinder which needs to be adjusted. Turn the knob one or two
clicks, close the door and test a product.
KEY TO ADJUSTMENT
For the RIGHT grinder:
Finer grind = Turn the knob clockwise
Courser grind = Turn the knob counter-clockwise
2
For the LEFT grinder:
Finer grind = Turn the knob counter-clockwise
Courser grind = Turn the knob clockwise
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6.3 REPLACING BREW GROUP ASSEMBLY
REMOVE AND REPLACE THE BREW GROUP ASSEMBLY (BGA)
1 Turn off and unplug the machine
2 Remove the left and right side panels of machine
3 Disconnect the piston motors and brew chamber heating element power cables from the
motherboard
--> The connections are J2, J3 and J16 on the motherboard
4 Disconnect the Teflon water deliver hoses from the upper and lower pistons
5 Loosen the 2 nuts located behind the BGA
6 Pull the BGA upwards to remove from the door
7 Put new or rebuilt BGA back into machine, be sure to connect all cables and hoses
3
Brew
Chamber
Heating
Upper
Piston
Motor
5
Lower
Piston
Motor
6.4 DRAINING THE STEAM BOILER
STEPS TO DRAINING THE STEAM BOILER
1. Cool down the machine using the Cool Down function in the programming menu. (Service/Monitor/
Cool Down...)
2. Remove the center bolt located on the bottom of the steam boiler using a 17mm wrench.
PLEASE NOTE: If you disassemble the steam boiler you will need to replace the bottom gasket.
For all machines with serial numbers less than 407263 the gasket’s part number is: 54930
For all machines with serial numbers greater than 407263 the gasket’s part number is 100351.001
3. When res-assembling the boiler after draining, replace the gasket with a new one and follow these
steps:
3.1 Tighten all bolts y hand
3.2 Using a wrench turn all bolts one at time in order, clockwise 1/8 turn*
3.3 Repeat this process three times (3 x 1/8 turn)
*Tighten bolts a little at a time and work clockwise. If you over tighten one bolt too quickly it may cause
the boiler to leak.
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6.5 REPLACING GRINDER BURRS
Rancilio recommends changing the grinder burrs every burrs every 100,000 - 120,000 Cycles. This
will help to increase the life of your grinder motors.
STEPS TO REPLACING THE GRINDER BURRS
1. Turn off the machine and unplug it
2. Remove the bean hoppers
3. Remove the top panel. PLEASE NOTE: this requires removing all 3 side panels of the machine, including
all associated screws.
GRINDERS WITHOUT AN INTERNAL ADJUSTMENT
4a. Remove the locking plate located on the grinder collar, by removing the two screws which hold it
to the upper grinder housing.
GRINDERS WITH AN INTERNAL ADJUSTMENT
4b. Remove the grinder adjustment by removing the two screws which hold it to the upper grinder
housing.
5. Unscrew the upper burr plate by rotating it in a counter-clockwise motion.
6. Remove the old burs, by removing the 3 screws on each burr; the upper burr plate that was
removed and the burr in the bottom of the grinding chambers. Please Note: the upper burr on the top
panel is different and new burr must match.
7. Clean the upper and lower burr pate.
8. Install new burrs.
9. Re-insert the upper burr plate into the grinder chamber.
10. Re-assemble the top plate and the side panels.
11. Turn the machine on and allow it to reach operating temperature.
12. Check the Grind, using the “Config 1/Grinders/ Tests menu.
13. Re-calibrate the machine to the beans using the grinder tests and your gram scale as described in
6.1.
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6.6 PM GUIDE
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE GUIDE FOR EGRO MODEL 5511
This guide is intended for certified factory trained technicians only. Should you have any questions or need further assistance,
please contact Rancilio North America at: (877) 726-2454. Extension: 208
P LEASE N OTE : There are two different types of preventative maintenance visits recommended for the EGRO Series 55
machines. Type 1, 2. Please refer to the table below for details of when to perform each type of PM.
Number
of Cycles
Type of P.M.
Visit Required
Parts Kit
Needed
15,000
1
1
30,000
2
2
45,000
1
1
60,000
2
2
75,000
1
1
90,000
2
2
105,000
1
1
120,000
2
2
TOOLS NEEDED
--> Phillips head screwdriver
--> Flat head screwdriver
--> Allen wrenches size 3mm and 4mm
--> Wrenches in following sizes:
--> 7, 8, 10, 13, 12,14, 17, 22, 26, 27 mm
LUBE NEEDED
--> Viper lube Loctite PN 36781
--> Krytox RFE PFPE Lube, Loctite PN 29711 (green tube)
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE PARTS KITS AVAILABLE
SERVICE PART’S KIT 1 INCLUDES:
Ref.
Part Describ.
P/N
Num.
1
Upper piston O-ring
039061
2
Upper piston scrapper
039064
O-ring
3
Lower piston O-ring
029441
SERVICE PART’S KIT 2 INCLUDES:
Ref.
Part Describ.
P/N
Num.
1
Upper piston O-ring
039061
2
Upper piston scrapper
039064
O-ring
3
Lower piston O-ring
029441
5
O-ring for coffee/brew
043366
valve assembly
6
Coffee plunger
054055
7
Steam wand tip seal
040501
8
Coffee shower screens
060116
9
Pressure relief valve
055757
S ERVICE P ARTS K IT 1
1
QTY
Included
1
1
1
QTY
Included
1
1
3
2
S ERVICE P ARTS K IT 2
9
6
1
3
1
2
1
1
2
1
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7
8
5
EGRO 55 SERIES TECHNICAL MANUAL
6.6 PM GUIDE
DESCRIPTION OF PARTS:
6
3
7
8
5
2
1
10
9
PISTON ASSEMBLY, UPA OR LPA: The upper and
lower piston assemblies are identical except for the actual
pistons.
4
BREW GROUP ASSEMBLY OR BGA:
the complete brewing module of the Egro
55 series espresso machines.
1. Grounds slide
2. Grounds puck slide
3. Upper Piston Assembly or UPA
4. Lower Piston Assembly or LPA (not pictured)
5. Auger shaft
6. Piston spring plate
VIEW OF THE BOTTOM OF THE
MOUNTING PLATE: you can access the
gear box through the hole in the bottom of the
mounting plate. This way you can manually
control the piston.
11
7. Piston sensing arm
8. Piston motor
9. Gear box
10. Mounting plate
11. Grounds puck sweeper arm
UPPER PISTON ASSEMBLY: the
upper piston assembly has a sweeper
arm attached to it.
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6.6 PM GUIDE
DESCRIPTION OF PARTS --- Continued
12
LOWER PISTON
21. Piston Shaft
21
22. Quick connect for hose
23. Piston head
24. Lower piston O-ring
25. Shower screen
13
13
17
22
23
14
15
16
LOWER PISTON: This is an
exploded view of the lower
piston.
18
UPPER PISTON: This is an exploded view of
the upper piston.
UPPER PISTON
12. Brass pins to hold piston guide arms
19
13. Piston guide arms
20
14. Upper piston Shaft
24
25
15. Quick connect for hose
16. Upper piston head
17. Piston stabilizing ring
18. Piston head, scrapper ring and O-ring
19. Stainless steal piston plate
UPPER PISTON HEAD:
This is an exploded view of
the upper piston head.
20. Shower screen
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LOWER PISTON HEAD:
This is an exploded view of
the lower piston head.
EGRO 55 SERIES TECHNICAL MANUAL
6.6 PM GUIDE
STEPS FOR PM TYPE 1: EXCHANGING THE BGA
USING A NEW OR REBUILT BREW GROUP ASSEMBLY (BGA)
1.
EMPTY STEAM BOILER AND TURN OFF MACHINE
1.1 Turn key to right and press the number 5 button display should read M_5: Heater Off.
1.2 Empty steam boiler by activating the steam wand until no steam comes out.
1.3 Turn off machine.
2.
REMOVE AND REPLACE THE BREW GROUP ASSEMBLY (BGA)
2.1 Remove the left and right side panels of machine.
PLEASE NOTE: For PM TYPE 2 you will also need to remove the Back panel.
2.2 Disconnect the piston motors and brew chamber heating element power cables from the motherboard
--> The connections are J2, J3 and J16 on the motherboard.
2.3 Discount the Teflon water deliver hoses from the upper and lower pistons.
2.4 Loosen the 2 nuts located behind the BGA.
2.5 Pull the BGA upwards to remove from the door.
2.6 Put new or rebuilt BGA back into machine, be sure to connect all cables and hoses.
PLEASE NOTE: If you do not have a new or rebuilt BGA available please see use the alternative steps
on pages ? to ? for instructions on how to exchange the O-rings on site.
2.2
Brew
Chamber
Heating
3.
Upper
Piston
Motor
2.4
Lower Piston
Motor
INSPECT GRINDERS AND CLEAN HOPPERS
3.1 Visually inspect grinders by removing hoppers and looking into grinders. Check for excessive coffee build-up
and clean if necessary.
3.2 Clean hoppers by emptying the beans and wiping all oily build up from hoppers using a clean dry cloth
NOTE: See operating instructions for more information.
4.
4.2
CLEAN ALL OUTLETS
4.1 Run the automatic daily coffee cleaning.
4.2 Clean steam wand by thoroughly wiping wand with clean wet cloth.
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6.6 PM GUIDE
STEPS FOR PM TYPE 1: EXCHANGING THE BGA
USING A NEW OR REBUILT BREW GROUP ASSEMBLY (BGA)
5.
TEST WATER HARDNESS
5.1 Test water hardness and record GPG on PM Checklist/sign-off sheet.
6.
REPLACE WATER FILTRATION AND SOFTENING CARTRIDGES
6.1 Replace in line water filtration and softening cartridges.
PLEASE NOTE: Please follow instructions from softener/filtration manufacturer for flushing filters prior to installing
them.
7.
TEST WATER HARDNESS -- AGAIN, AFTER THE SOFTENING SYSTEM IS INSTALLED
7.1 Test water hardness and record GPG on PM Checklist/sign-off sheet.
8.
CHECK TOTAL CYCLES AND TOTAL NUMBER OF CLEANINGS PERFORMED AND
RECORD ON CHECKLIST
8.1 Enter programming mode and make note of total cycles, total cycles since last PM and total number of cleanings on
PM checklist form.
- SERVICE MENU/Cycles
- SERVICE MENU/P-Serv
- SERVICE MENU/C-Cleanings
9.
RESET SERVICE COUNTER
9.1 Enter programming mode to clear the service counter. This is the counter which tells the user to call for service.
- SERVICE MENU/CLR P-Serv.
10.
TURN MACHINE ON*
10.1 Turn machine on.
*PLEASE NOTE: If this is a Type 2 PM please skip this step
and continue directly to Step 12
10.2 Turn key to right and verify that the machine is in M_1: Normal.
8
9
Product Total
PROGRAMMING MENU DIAGRAM
X
Products...
X Config1...
X
Config2...
X
Cycles
Total number of brewing cycles.
Not reset-able.
.
P-Serv
Displays the number of brewing cycles since the last CLR P-Serv.
CLR P-Serv
Clears the P-Serv, C-Cleanings, and M-Cleanings counters and sets them to zero
C-Cleanings
Displays the number of coffee cleanings since the last CLR P-Serv.
Service...
To access the programming menu. Insert key and turn to right. Enter Pin code: 1849 using numbers on keypad. Scroll through
programming until you reach the SERVICE menu. Enter- Section
SERVICE6:menu
Pageusing
12 - the number 1 button. Refer to Section 3 for more details.
EGRO 55 SERIES TECHNICAL MANUAL
6.6 PM GUIDE
ALTERNATIVE STEPS FOR PM TYPE 1:
ON-SITE O-RING EXCHANGE
A-1.
REMOVE BGA FROM MACHINE AND REMOVE GROUNDS PUCK CHUTES
A1.1 Remove the BGA from the machine: Follow steps 1.1 to 1.7 as described in STEP 1.
A1.2 Remove the grounds and puck chutes from the side of the BGA.
--> TOOL: Phillip’s head screwdriver
A1.2
A-2.
REMOVE HOSES FROM PISTONS
A2.1 Remove hoses from both the upper and lower pistons
A2.1
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6.6 PM GUIDE
ALTERNATIVE STEPS FOR PM TYPE 1:
ON-SITE O-RING EXCHANGE
A-3. REMOVE UPPER PISTON O-RINGS
A3.1 Place the BGA on the workbench and remove the Upper Piston Assembly (UPA) by loosening the two cotter pins,
and gently pulling the sides of the BGA housing apart and pulling upward on the UPA.
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
A3.2 Remove the grounds puck sweeper arm from the UPA by gently pulling on both sides, releasing it from the UPA.
A3.3 Remove upper piston from UPA by turning it up the auger shaft using a 3mm Allen wrench inserted into the gear box
(bottom mounting plate) of the UPA.
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
A3.2
A3.1
A3.3
A3.4 Remove the shower screen and the stainless steel upper piston plate by unscrewing the screw on the end of the piston.
Clean parts using a clean towel and water solution and dry thoroughly when clean.
TOOL: Flat headed Screwdriver
PLEASE NOTE: If you are conducting a PM Type 2 please replace the shower screen with a new shower
screen --> PN: 060116
A3.5 Remove the upper piston scrapper ring and the orange O-ring from the piston head.
A3.4
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6.6 PM GUIDE
ALTERNATIVE STEPS FOR PM TYPE 1:
ON-SITE O-RING EXCHANGE
A-4. REPLACE AND LUBRICATE UPPER PISTON O-RINGS
A4.1 Lubricate upper piston groove
LUBE: Viper Lube Loctite PN 36781
A4.2 Replace the upper piston scrapper ring and O-ring
PN: 039061 and 0390654
A4.3 Reassemble the shower screen and stainless steel upper piston plate onto upper piston
TOOL: Phillip’s head screwdriver
!
CAUTION: Do not over tighten or cross thread
PLEASE NOTE: For PM Type 2 please replace the brew shower screens with new screens
--> PN: 060116
TIP: For optimal performance rotate the upper and lower shower screens during reassembly
A4.4 Lubricate upper piston auger and auger hole in the piston shaft
LUBE: Krytox RFE PFPE Lube, Loctite PN 29711 (green tube)
A4.1
A4.4
A4.3
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6.6 PM GUIDE
ALTERNATIVE STEPS FOR PM TYPE 1:
ON-SITE O-RING EXCHANGE
A-5. REASSEMBLE UPPER PISTON
A5.1 Reassemble piston onto the UPA by turning it down the auger shaft using a 3mm Allen wrench inserted into the
gear box of the UPA (bottom of the mounting plate)
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
PLEASE NOTE: Be sure the quick connect faces to the outside, or away from the motor
A5.2 Reattach sweeper arm to UPA
TIP: If the sweeper arm is difficult to reassemble to the UPA, run the piston down a few turns by
inserting a 3mm Allen wrench into the gear box of the UPA and manually moving the piston.
A5.3 Set UPA aside for now
A5.1
A5.2
A-6. REMOVE LOWER PISTON O-RINGS
A6.1 Place the BGA on the counter (upside down) and remove the Lower Piston Assembly (LPA) by loosening the two
cotter pins, and gently pulling the sides of the BGA housing apart and pulling upward on the LPA.
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench.
TIP: If necessary use a slight rocking motion to remove LPA from housing
A6.2 Remove the lower piston from the LPA by turning it up the auger shaft using a 3mm Allen wrench inserted into the
gear box of the of the LPA (bottom of the mounting plate)
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
A6.1
A6.2
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6.6 PM GUIDE
ALTERNATIVE STEPS FOR PM TYPE 1:
ON-SITE O-RING EXCHANGE
A-6. REMOVE LOWER PISTON O-RINGS -- CONTINUED
A6.4 Remove the shower screen by unscrewing the screw on the end of the piston.
TOOL: Screwdriver
A6.5 Remove O-ring from lower piston by inserting a screwdriver in the O-ring groove and “popping” the
O-ring out of the groove
A6.4
A6.5
A-7. REPLACE LOWER PISTON O-RINGS AND LUBRICATE
A7.1 Lubricate lower piston groove
LUBE: Viper lube Loctite PN 36781
A7.2 Replace lower piston O-ring
PN: 029441 (small orange seal)
A7.3 Reassemble shower screen onto lower piston
TOOL: Screwdriver
PLEASE NOTE: For PM Type 2 please replace the shower screens
--> PN: 060116
A7.4 Lubricate lower piston auger shaft and auger shaft hole in piston
LUBE: Krytox RFE PFPE Lube, Loctite PN 29711 (green tube)
A7.5 Reassemble piston onto LPA by turning it down the auger shaft using a 3mm Allen wrench inserted into the gearbox
of the LPA
TOOL: 3mm Allen Wrench
TIP: The quick connect faces to the outside, or away from the motor
A7.1
A7.4
A7.5
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6.6 PM GUIDE
ALTERNATIVE STEPS FOR PM TYPE 1:
ON-SITE O-RING EXCHANGE
A-8. REASSEMBLE UPA AND LPA INTO BREW GROUP ASSEMBLY
A8.1 Mount lower piston assembly into brew unit housing
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
PLEASE NOTE: the motor goes to the left (when the BGA is facing towards you) and the cotter pins
are inserted from the front of the BGA
A8.2 Mount the upper piston assembly into the brew unit housing
PLEASE NOTE: motor goes to the left (when the BGA is facing towards you) and the cotter pins
are inserted from the front of the BGA
If the cotter pins which hold the UPA in place do not easily insert into the frame, manually move the
piston up or down using a 3mm Allen wrench inserted into the UPA gear box
A8.3 Test the pistons manually by using a 3mm Allen wrench inserted into the gear box of the UPA and the LPA, to make
sure that they are positioned correctly
--> TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
A8.1
A-9.
A8.2
A8.3
REATTACH HOSES TO UPPER AND LOWER PISTONS
A9.1 Reattach the hoses to the upper and lower pistons
A9.1
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6.6 PM GUIDE
ALTERNATIVE STEPS FOR PM TYPE 1:
ON-SITE O-RING EXCHANGE
A-10.
REATTACH GROUNDS SLIDES TO SIDES OF BGA
A9.1 Reattach the grounds slides to the sides of the BGA
TIP: The shorter bent puck slide goes on the right side of the BGA, when the BGA is facing towards
you (Funnel towards you)
A10.1
A-11.
REASSEMBLE BGA INTO MACHINE
A11.1 Reattach the BGA into the machine
A11.2 Reconnect all cables to main board
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6.6 PM GUIDE
STEPS FOR PM TYPE 2
PERFORM ALL THE STEPS NECESSARY FOR PM TYPE 1 PLUS FOLLOWING STEPS!
PLEASE NOTE: If you do not have a new or rebuilt BGA, and are following the alternative steps for on-site
O-ring exchange, please also exchange the brew shower screens instead of cleaning them.
--> Shower Screen Part Number: 060116
11.
PERFORMANCE MAINTENANCE ON COFFEE BOILER
Coffee Boiler Valve
11.1 Inspect and clean coffee valve. Recommend decalcification if needed
11.2 Replace coffee valve plunger
--> PN 054055
--> TOOLS: 12, 17, and 22 mm wrenches
11.3 Replace and lubricate O-ring to coffee valve
--> PN: 043366
12.
REPLACE COFFEE BOILER EXPANSION VALVE
12.1 Replace pressure relief valve
--> PN: 055757
--> TOOLS: 14 and 17mm wrenches
13.
INSPECT STEAM BOILER
13.1 Inspect the level sensor for calcium build-up, by removing it from the boiler. To remove it from the boiler loosen the
locking nut and remove the complete level sensor sub-assembly. Decalcify if necessary
--> TOOL: 12mm wrench
! CAUTION: Be sure that there isn’t any steam pressure in the boiler! See Step 1 for more information
11
Coffee
Boiler
11.2
Steam
boiler
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6.6 PM GUIDE
STEPS FOR PM TYPE 2
14: REPLACE THE SEAL ON THE STEAM WAND TIP
14.1 Replace the seal on the steam wand tip
--> PN: 040501
PLEASE NOTE: Be careful not to slice the seal when reassembling the tip to the wand, the
steam tip are very sharp.
15: TURN MACHINE ON
15.1 Turn machine on
15.2 Turn key to right and verify that the machine is in M_1: Normal
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threads of the
6.6 PM GUIDE: CHECKLIST AND SIGN-OFF SHEET
This form is to be completed by the service technician performing the Preventative Maintenance visit.
CUSTOMER INFORMATION
SERVICE TECH INFORMATION
C OMPANY N AME
TECHNICIAN ’S N AME
L OCATION , C ITY, S TATE
C OMPANY N AME
D ATE
PHONE NUMBER
TOTAL C YCLES P ERFORMED
E- MAIL
C LEANING C YCLES P ERFORMED
PM VISIT TYPE
1
or
2 (please circle)
C YCLES S INCE L AST PM ( P - SER V )
TIME
TO
COMPLETE PM
M ACHINE ’S S ERIAL N UMBER
hours
mins
CHECKLIST FOR PM TYPE 2 :
CHECKLIST FOR PM TYPE 1
BREW GROUP ASSEMBLY (BGA)
‰
Replaced BGA with new or rebuilt BGA
I NCLUDES A LL OF TYPE 1 PLUS THE FOLLOWING:
B REW G ROUP A SSEMBLY
‰
Replaced shower screens on upper and lower pistons
OR.....
If you changed O-rings on site please check the following
‰
Lubricated and replaced upper piston O-rings
‰
Lubricated and replaced lower piston O-ring
‰
Cleaned shower screens on upper and lower
pistons
H OT WATER B OILER
Brew Valve
‰
Inspected and cleaned brew valve
‰
Replaced coffee valve plunger - (PN 054055)
‰
Replaced and lubricated O-rings to brew valve assembly
(PN: 043366)
GRINDERS
Inspected grinders
Cleaned hoppers
COFFEE BOILER EXPANSION VALVE
‰
Replaced pressure relief valve - (PN 054055)
O UTLETS
STEAM BOILER
‰
Inspected and cleaned the level sensor
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
WATER
‰
STEAM WAND
Ran automatic coffee cleaning program
Cleaned tea outlet
Cleaned steam wand
AND
‰
STEAM WAND
‰
Cleaned steam wand and exchanged steam wand tip seal
(PN: 040501)
FILTRATION AND SOFTENING SYSTEM
Tested water hardness before installing
softening and filtering system
--> Water Hardness is:
‰
---> Recommended Decalcifications YES or NO (please circle)
GPG
Additional Notes/Comments:
Replaced water filtration and softening
cartridges
Tested water hardness before installing
softening and filtering system
--> Water Hardness is:
GPG
Please complete and return form to verify that a preventative maintenance visit was performed.
RETURN TO:
Service Technician Name (Please Print)
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6.7 BREW GROUP REBUILD GUIDE
This guide is intended for certified factory trained technicians only. It is recommended that you bring BGA’s back to your
shop to rebuild them. Should you have any questions or need further assistance, please contact Rancilio North America at:
(877) 726-2454.
TOOLS NEEDED
--> Phillips head screwdriver
--> Flat head screwdriver
--> Allen wrenches size 3mm and 4mm
--> Wrenches in following sizes:
--> 7mm and 8 mm
OTHER ITEMS NEEDED
--> Lubricant
> Viper lube Loctite PN 36781
> Krytox RFE PFPE Lube, Loctite PN 29711 (green tube
--> Clean rags/clothes
--> Espresso dairy cleaner, coffee cleaning tablets
or a Lemon
--> A dish, pan, tub, or bowl for water
--> Toothbrush or small group brush
AND...
SERVICE PART’S KIT 1 WHICH INCLUDES:
Ref.
Num.
GETTING STARTED:
Part Describ.
P/N
QTY
Included
1
Upper piston O-ring
039061
1
2
Upper piston scrapper O-ring
039064
1
3
Lower piston O-ring
029441
1
> Prepare a work area that can easily be cleaned.
> Prepare water solution in a tub, dish, pan or bowl.
- Espresso machine dairy cleaner in about 32oz of water (recommended) or...
- Dissolve a coffee cleaning tablet in about 32oz of water or...
- Squeeze lemon juice into about 32oz of water
Do NOT use dish soap or any harsh cleaners which contain abrasive chemicals. These items
can leave a nasty residue on the BGA components or damage them.
!
CAUTION: DO NOT leave parts in water for more than 30 minutes, solution may damage parts.
Brew
Group
Assembly
Tub for
Water
TIP: an Egro
grounds drawer
works great!
Cleaning Solution:
- Dairy Cleaner OR...
- Coffee Cleaning Tablets OR...
- Lemon
Lube
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DESCRIPTION OF PARTS:
6
3
7
8
5
2
1
9
10
Piston Assembly, UPA or LPA: The upper and lower
piston assemblies are identical except for the actual
pistons.
4
Brew Group Assembly or BGA: the
complete brewing module of the Egro 55
series espresso machines.
1. Grounds slide
2. Grounds puck slide
3. Upper Piston Assembly or UPA
4. Lower Piston Assembly or LPA (not pictured)
5. Auger shaft
6. Piston spring plate
View of the Bottom of the Mounting Plate:
you can access the gear box through the hole in the
bottom of the mounting plate. This way you can
manually control the piston.
7. Piston sensing arm
11
8. Piston motor
9. Gear box
10. Mounting plate
11. Grounds puck sweeper arm
Upper Piston Assembly: the upper piston
assembly has a sweeper arm attached to it.
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DESCRIPTION OF PARTS --- Continued
12
21
13
13
17
22
23
14
15
16
Lower Piston: This is an
exploded view of the lower
piston
Upper Piston: This is an exploded view of the
upper piston.
Upper Piston
12. Brass pins to hold piston guide arms (13)
18
13. Piston guide arms
14. Upper piston Shaft
19
15. Quick connect for hose
24
16. Upper piston head
20
17. Piston stabilizing ring
18. Piston head, scrapper ring and O-ring
25
19. Stainless steal piston plate
20. Shower screen
Lower Piston
21. Piston Shaft
22. Quick connect for hose
Upper Piston Head:
This is an exploded view of
the upper piston head.
23. Piston head
24. Lower piston O-ring
25. Shower screen
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Lower Piston Head: This
is an exploded view of the
lower piston head.
EGRO 55 SERIES TECHNICAL MANUAL
6.7 BREW GROUP REBUILD GUIDE
1. REMOVE BGA FROM THE MACHINE
1.1 Unplug the machine
1.2 Remove the left and right side panels of machine
1.3 Disconnect the piston motor and brew chamber heating element power cables from the motherboard
PLEASE NOTE: These are the connections J2, J3 and J16 on the motherboard
1.4 Discount the coffee and water deliver hoses from the brew valve on the coffee boiler and the espresso outlet on the
front of the machine
1.5 Loosen the 2 nuts located behind the BGA
1.6 Pull the BGA upwards to remove from the door
1.3
Upper
Piston
Motor
1.4
1.5
Brew
Chamber
Heating
Lower
Piston
Motor
2. REMOVE SLIDES FROM BREWING GROUP
2.1 Remove the grounds and pucks slides from the sides of the BGA by unscrewing the four screws which hold them
TOOL: Phillip’s head screwdriver
TIP: You do not need to completely remove these screws
2.1
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3. REMOVE HOSES FROM PISTONS
3.1 Remove hoses from both the upper and lower pistons
3.1
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4. DISASSEMBLE AND CLEAN THE UPPER PISTON ASSEMBLY (UPA)
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.1 Place the BGA your work area and remove the Upper Piston Assembly (UPA) by loosening the two cotter pins, and
gently pulling the sides of the BGA housing apart and pulling upward on the UPA.
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
4.2 Remove the grounds puck sweeper arm from the UPA by gently pulling on both sides, releasing it from the UPA.
4.3 Remove upper piston from UPA by turning it up the auger shaft using a 3mm Allen wrench inserted into the gear
box (bottom mounting plate) of the UPA
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
4.5
4.4
4.6
4.4 Remove the shower screen and the stainless steel upper piston plate by unscrewing the screw on the end of the piston.
Clean parts using a clean towel and water solution and dry throughly when clean
TOOL: Screwdriver
4.5 Remove piston guide arms
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
TIP: Watch for brass pins that are located inside the piston shaft. They will become loose when you re
move the piston guide arms.
4.6 Remove piston shaft from piston head
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
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4. DISASSEMBLE AND CLEAN THE UPA --- Continued
4.7
4.9
4.7 Remove the upper piston scrapper ring and the orange O-ring from the piston head
4.8 Wipe all upper piston components clean with water solution and towel
4.9 Wipe entire upper assembly clean with a damp towel
4.10
4.10 Clean all lube from auger shaft using a piece of plastic wrap or a towel.
!
CAUTION: do not use paper towels as pieces of them may get into threads of auger and cause damage
TIP: Use a short piece of plastic wrap to clean auger shaft. Wrap plastic around auger and move it up
the auger by inserting a 3mm Allen wrench into the gear box of the UPA.
TOOL: 3mm Allen Wrench
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5. REASSEMBLE THE UPPER PISTON ASSEMBLY (UPA)
5.1
5.3
5.4
5.1 Lubricate upper piston groove
LUBE: Viper lube Loctite PN 36781
5.2 Replace the upper piston scrapper ring and O-ring
PN: ?????? and 039064
5.3 Reassemble the shower screen and stainless steel upper piston plate onto upper piston
TOOL: Phillip’s head screwdriver
!
CAUTION: Do not over tighten or cross thread
5.4 Replace stainless steel piston stabilizer ring onto piston head
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.5 Reassemble piston shaft to piston head using Allen screws
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
CAUTION: Do not overtighten or cross thread
5.6 Reinsert brass pins into piston shaft
5.7 Reattach piston shaft guides onto the sides of the piston shaft
PLEASE NOTE: Bearings should face upwards, or away from the piston head
TIP: Tighten Allen screws half-way and lay on the edge of the table or flat surface
and tighten the rest of the way
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5. REASSEMBLE THE UPA --- Continued
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.8 Lubricate upper piston auger and auger hole in the piston shaft
LUBE: Krytox RFE PFPE Lube, Loctite PN 29711 (green tube)
5.9 Reassemble piston onto the UPA by turning it down the auger shaft using a 3mm Allen wrench inserted into the gear
box of the UPA (bottom of the mounting plate)
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
PLEASE NOTE: Be sure the quick connect faces to the outside, or away from the motor
5.10 Reattach sweeper arm to UPA
TIP: If the sweeper arm is difficult to reassemble to the UPA, run the piston down a few turns
inserting a 3mm Allen wrench into the gear box of the UPA and manually moving the piston.
5.11 Set UPA aside for now
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6.7 BREW GROUP REBUILD GUIDE
6. DISASSEMBLE AND CLEAN THE LOWER PISTON ASSEMBLY (LPA)
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.1 Place the BGA on the counter (upside down) and remove the Lower Piston Assembly (LPA) by loosening the two
cotter pins, and gently pulling the sides of the BGA housing apart and pulling upward on the LPA. If necessary, place
pins in water to remove coffee build-up.
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
TIP: If there is a great deal of excess coffee build-up and the LPA preventing it from easily coming out,
pour a small amount of water solution into cotter pin groves to free-up the pins.
TIP: If necessary use a slight rocking motion to remove LPA from housing.
6.2 If necessary, remove coffee build-up from LPA using a toothbrush or a screwdriver
!
CAUTION: Do this gently as not to damage parts.
6.3 Remove the lower piston from the LPA by turning it up the auger shaft using a 3mm Allen wrench inserted into the
gear box of the of the LPA (bottom of the mounting plate)
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.4 Remove the shower screen by unscrewing the screw on the end of the piston. Place in water solution
TOOL: Screwdriver
6.5 Remove piston head from piston shaft by unscrewing 3mm Allen screws
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
6.6 Remove O-ring from lower piston by inserting a screwdriver in the O-ring groove and “popping” the O-ring out of
the groove
6.7 Place lower piston head in water solution to remove any excess coffee build-up
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6. DISASSEMBLE AND CLEAN THE LPA --- Continued
6.8
6.8 Remove wiring harnesses from mounting plate below motor and piston sensing arm by unscrewing
screws using a Phillip’s head screwdriver
TOOL: Phillip’s head screwdriver
6.9
6.10
6.11
6.9 Remove wires from guides in mounting plate
TIP: Carefully cut zip tie if necessary
6.10 Remove motor sensing lever by unscrewing screws using a Phillip’s head screwdriver
TOOL: Phillip’s head screwdriver
6.11 Remove piston spring plate by unscrewing two 4mm Allen Screws
TOOL: 4mm Allen Wrench
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6. DISASSEMBLE AND CLEAN THE LPA --- Continued
6.13
6.12 Remove all components from water solution and wipe dry and clean using towel and toothbrush if necessary.
6.13 Clean all lube from auger shaft using a piece of plastic wrap or a towel.
!
CAUTION: do not use paper towels as pieces of them may get into threads of auger and cause damage.
TIP: Use a short piece of plastic wrap to clean auger shaft. Wrap plastic around auger and move it up
the auger by inserting a 3mm Allen wrench into the gear box of the UPA.
TOOL: 3mm Allen Wrench
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7. REASSEMBLE THE LOWER PISTON ASSEMBLY (LPA)
7.1
7.4
7.5
7.1 Lubricate lower piston groove
LUBE: Viper lube Loctite PN 36781
7.2 Replace lower piston O-ring
PN: 029441 (small orange seal)
7.3 Reassemble brew screen onto lower piston
TOOL: Screwdriver
7.4 Reattach piston shaft to piston head using Allen screws
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
!
CAUTION: Do not overtighten or cross thread
7.5 Reattach piston sensing arm to gear box using short screws
TOOL: Phillip’s headed screwdriver
7.6
7.7
7.6 Attach gear box to the mounting block using 4mm Allen Screws
TOOL: 4mm Allen wrench
7.7 Attach piston spring plate to LPA using 4mm Allen Screws
TOO: 4mm Allen wrench
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7. REASSEMBLE THE LPA --- Continued
7.8
7.9
7.8 Reattach motor wire harnesses to LPA
TIP: Green, yellow, pink wires attach to the motor sensor arm (UP)
Gray, brown and white wires attach to the LPA base (DOWN)
PLEASE NOTE: You must replace the zip tie which holds the wires in place if you cut them
during disassembly
7.9 Lubricate lower piston auger shaft and auger shaft hole in piston
LUBE: Krytox RFE PFPE Lube, Loctite PN 29711 (green tube
7.10
7.10 Reassemble piston onto LPA by turning it down the auger shaft using a 3mm Allen wrench inserted into the
gearbox of the LPA
TOOL: 3mm Allen Wrench
TIP: The quick connect faces to the outside, or away from the motor
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6.7 BREW GROUP REBUILD GUIDE
8. DISASSEMBLE THE BREW GROUP HOUSING/FRAME (If necessary)
PLEASE NOTE: If there is excess coffee build-up please disassemble the brew group housing and
clean it thoroughly.
8.1
8.1 Disassemble brew chamber housing by unscrewing the cotter pins
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
8.2 Thoroughly clean brew chamber and housing using wet cloth
8.3 Clean stainless steel housing/frame using wet cloth
9. REASSEMBLE BREW GROUP HOUSING (If necessary)
9.1
PLEASE NOTE: If you took apart the brew group housing/frame please follow Steps 9.1 - 9.4 to
reassemble the frame. If you did not take it apart please be sure to clean it thoroughly before
reassembling UPA and LPA into the frame.
9.1 Reassemble brew unit frame or housing my laying sides of housing flat on table with front of brewing group to the right
and back to the left.
9.2 Insert the brew chamber between the sides with arrow pointing upward, and wires to the right or the back of the brew
unit.
9.3 Secure the brew chamber in place using long 3mm cotter pins, (heads of pins go towards front of BGA)
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
9.4 Stand on end and tighten cotter pins from both ends (Front and back of screws)
TOOLS: 3mm Allen wrench and 7mm wrench
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10. REASSEMBLE UPA and LPA INTO BREW GROUP ASSEMBLY
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.1 Mount lower piston assembly into brew unit housing.
TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
PLEASE NOTE: the motor goes to the left (when the BGA is facing towards you) and the cotter pins
are inserted from the front of the BGA.
10.2 Mount the upper piston assembly into the brew unit housing.
PLEASE NOTE: motor goes to the left (when the BGA is facing towards you) and the cotter pins
are inserted from the front of the BGA.
If the cotter pins which hold the UPA in place do not easily insert into the frame, manually move the
piston up or down using a 3mm Allen wrench inserted into the UPA gear box.
10.3 Test the pistons by manually by using a 3mm Allen wrench inserted into the gear box of the LPA, to make sure that
they are positioned correctly.
--> TOOL: 3mm Allen wrench
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11. REATTACH HOSES TO UPPER AND LOWER PISTONS
11.1
11.1 Reattach the hoses to the upper and lower pistons
12. REATTACH GROUNDS SLIDES TO SIDES OF BGA
12.1
12.1 Reattach the grounds slides to the sides of the BGA.
TIP: The shorter bent puck slide goes on the right side of the BGA, when the BGA is facing towards
you (Funnel towards you)
PLEASE NOTE: it is recommend that you attach the newly built brew group to a working machine and
run a cleaning program to ensure that every is assembled correctly and the BGA is as clean as possible.
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