caution instructions for the power supply cord - sfile.f

caution instructions for the power supply cord - sfile.f
This appliance is for household use only. Any servicing, other than cleaning and
user maintenance, should be performed by an authorized service center. Do not
immerse machine in water. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not
disassemble the machine. There are no parts inside the machine serviceable by
the user. Repair should be done by authorized service personnel only.
1. Check voltage to be sure that the voltage indicated on the nameplate
corresponds with your voltage.
2. Never use warm or hot water to fill the water tank. Use cold water only.
3. Keep your hands and the cord away from hot parts of the appliance during
operation.
4. Never clean with scrubbing powders or harsh cleaners. Simply use a soft
cloth dampened with water.
5. For optimal taste of your coffee, use purified or bottled water. Periodic
descaling is still recommended every 2-3 months.
6. Do not use caramelized or flavored coffee beans.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE POWER
SUPPLY CORD
A. A short power-supply cord (or detachable power-supply cord) is to be
provided to reduce risks resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping
over a longer cord.
B. Longer detachable power-supply cords or extension cords are available
and may used if care is exercised in their use.
C. If a long detachable power-supply cord or extension cord is used,
1. The marked electrical rating of the detachable power-supply cord or
extension cord should be at least as great as the electrical rating of the
appliance
2. If the appliance is of the grounded type, the extension cord should be a
grounding-type 3-wire cord, and
3. The longer cord should be arranged so that it will not drape over the
counter top or table top where it can be pulled on by children or tripped
over.
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CAUTION
GENERAL INFORMATION
The coffee machine is suitable for preparing espresso coffee using either coffee beans or ground
coffee and is equipped with a device to dispense steam and hot water. The structure of the machine has been designed for domestic use only and is not suitable for continuous professionaltype operation.
Keep these operating instructions in a safe place and make them available to anyone
who may use the coffee machine.
For further information or in case of problems that are not included or not completely explained
in these instructions, please contact an authorized service center.
Warning. No liability is held for damage caused by:
Incorrect use not in accordance with the intended purposes;
Repairs not carried out by authorized service centers;
Tampering with the power cord;
Tampering with any parts of the machine;
Storage or use of the machine at a temperature outside the operating temperature
range (+15°C / +45°C);
• The use of non-original spare parts and accessories.
In these cases, the warranty shall be deemed null and void.
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SAFETY REGULATIONS
Never allow water to come into contact with any of the electrical parts of the
machine: Danger of short circuit! Steam and hot water may cause scalding!
Do not direct the steam/hot water wand towards body parts. Carefully handle the
steam/hot water wand by its grip: Danger of scalding!
Intended Use
The coffee machine is intended for domestic use only. Do not make any technical changes or use
the machine for unauthorized purposes since this would create serious hazards! The appliance is
not to be used by persons (including children) with reduced physical, mental or sensory abilities
or with limited experience and/or expertise, unless they are supervised by a person responsible
for their safety, or they are instructed by this person on how to properly use the machine.
Power Supply - Power Cord
Only connect the coffee machine to a suitable socket.
The voltage must correspond to that indicated on the machine label located on the inside of
service door.
Never use the coffee machine if the power cord is defective or damaged.
If damaged, the power cord must be replaced by the manufacturer or an authorized service
center. Do not pass the power cord around corners, over sharp edges or over hot objects and
keep it away from oil. Do not use the power cord to carry or pull the coffee machine.
Do not pull out the plug by the power cord or touch it with wet hands. Do not let the power cord
hang freely from tables or shelves.
For the Safety of Others
Keep children under control to prevent them from playing with the product. Children are not
aware of the risks related to electric household appliances. Do not leave the machine packaging
materials within the reach of children.
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Danger of Burns
Never direct the steam/hot water wand towards yourself or others: Danger of scalding! Always
use the handles or knobs provided.
For best use, it is recommended to:
• Choose a safe, level surface, where there will be no danger of overturning it or being injured.
• Choose a location that is sufficiently well-lit, clean and near an easily reachable socket.
• Provide for a minimum distance from the sides of the machine as shown in the illustration.
• During machine turning on/off, it is recommended to place an empty glass under the dispensing head.
Do not keep the machine at a temperature below 0°C (32°F).
Frost may damage the machine.
Do not use the coffee machine outdoors.
In order to prevent its housing from melting or being damaged, do not place the machine on
very hot surfaces and close to open flames.
Storing the Machine - Cleaning
Before cleaning the machine, turn it off by pressing the “STAND-BY”, button, and then switch the
power button to “0”. Remove the plug from the socket.
Wait for the machine to cool down.
Never immerse the machine in water!
It is strictly forbidden to tamper with the internal parts of the machine.
Water left in the tank for several days should not be consumed. Wash the tank and fill it with
fresh drinking water.
If the machine will not be used for a long time, dispense water from the steam wand, and carefully clean the Pannarello (if supplied), then turn it off and unplug it.
Store it in a dry place, out of the reach of children.
Keep it protected from dust and dirt.
Servicing / Maintenance
In case of failure, problems or a suspected fault resulting from the falling of the machine, immediately remove the plug from the socket.
Never attempt to operate a faulty machine.
Servicing and repairs may only be carried out by authorized service centers.
All liability for damages resulting from work not carried out by professionals is declined.
Fire Safety Precautions
In case of fire, use carbon dioxide (CO2) extinguishers. Do not use water or dry powder extinguishers.
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Machine Location - Suitable Location for Operation and Maintenance
Coffee bean hopper
Coffee bean hopper cover
Grinder adjustment knob
Cup stacking surface
Control panel
Dispensing spout
Pre-ground coffee
compartment
Cup holder grill
Full drip tray indicator
Brew group
Coffee grounds drawer
Service door
Wand protective gripper
Hot water/steam wand
ON-OFF power button
Drip tray
Water tank
Grease for the brew group
Pre-ground coffee doser
Power cord
LED display
Espresso coffee brew button
Long coffee brew button
Intenza water filter
STAND-BY Button
“Aroma” - Pre-ground coffee
selector switch
Hot water/steam selector switch
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• Remove the water tank from its seat.
For your safety and the safety of
others, carefully follow the instructions provided in the “Safety Regulations” section.
• Rinse and fill it with fresh water making sure that it is not filled exceeding
the MAX level indicated in the water
tank. Put the water tank back in its
seat.
Machine Packaging
The original packaging has been designed
and constructed to protect the machine
during transport. We recommend keeping
the packaging material for possible future
transport.
Preliminary Operations
• Remove the coffee bean hopper cover
and the drip tray with grill from the
packaging.
• Remove the coffee machine from the
packaging and position it in a place
that meets the requirements described
in the safety regulations.
• Place the drip tray with grill into its
appropriate seat on the machine. Make
sure it is fully inserted to its limit stop.
• Insert the coffee bean hopper cover.
Note: Insert the plug in the
machine and in the wall socket only when indicated and check
that the power button is switched
to “0”.
Important note: Carefully
read the explanatory descriptions of all the warnings the machine
displays to the user via the lights on
the control panel display (see section
“Display Warnings”).
NEVER remove the drip tray
when the machine is turned
on. Wait a couple of minutes after
turning on/off, as the machine will
be carrying out a rinse/self-cleaning
cycle (see section “Rinse/Self-cleaning Cycle”).
Fill the tank only with fresh,
non-sparkling water. Hot water or any other liquid may damage
the tank and/or the machine. Do not
turn on the machine when the tank
is empty: Make sure there is enough
water in the tank.
• Remove the coffee bean hopper cover.
Note: The hopper may be
provided with different safety features according to the regulations of the country of use of the
machine.
• Slowly pour the coffee beans into the
hopper.
Only coffee beans must be put
into the coffee bean hopper.
Ground coffee, instant coffee or
any other object may damage the
machine.
• Replace the coffee bean hopper cover.
• Insert the plug into the socket on the
back of the machine.
• Insert the plug of the other end of the
cable into a wall socket with suitable
power voltage.
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INSTALLATION
• Switch the power button to “I” to turn
the machine on.
Circuit Priming
• The “STAND-BY” button blinks.
• Turn the selector switch clockwise to set
it to the “ ” position. The machine
starts the automatic priming of the
circuit by letting out a preset quantity
of water through the Pannarello.
• To prime the water circuit, place a
container under the steam wand
(Pannarello, if supplied).
• Make sure the selector switch is in the
“ ” position; if this is not the case, set
it to that position.
• To turn the machine on simply press the
“STAND-BY” button.
Once the circuit has been primed, the
icons shown in the figure will start to
blink.
Turn the selection knob back to its
central position “ ”.
Blinking
• The icons displayed blink slowly to
show that the machine is warming
up.
• The blinking icons shown in the picture
warn that the circuit must be primed.
Slow blinking
Blinking
Note: Before starting the
machine for the first time,
and after long periods of inactivity,
prime the water circuit.
Cyclic blinking
When warm-up is complete,
the machine performs a rinse
cycle of the internal circuits.
During this phase, the icons displayed
will blink in sequence.
• When the operations described above
are completed, the icons on the display
will illuminate.
Steady on
The display will appear as
shown to the side. The displayed aroma is the factory setting
when the machine is switch on for
the first time, or it is the same as the
aroma that was selected for the last
brewed coffee.
The machine is then ready to brew
beverages.
• To brew coffee, dispense hot water or
steam, and properly use the machine, carefully follow the instructions provided.
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The following icon will be displayed.
Using the machine for the
first time or after a long
period of inactivity.
Steady on
1 Place a large container under the
dispensing spout.
2 Before starting the procedure, check
that the following icons are displayed.
Steady on
9 Dispense water until the no water signal is displayed, then turn the selector switch counter-clockwise to set it
to the “ ” position.
10 At the end, fill the water tank again.
Then the products can be brewed as
described in the following sections.
Steady on
3 Select the pre-ground coffee function
by pressing the “ “ button one or
more times.
Do not add the pre-ground
coffee to the compartment.
Rinse/Self-cleaning Cycle
The icon will appear on the display.
This cycle allow rinsing the coffee circuits
with fresh water.
The cycle is carried out:
• At machine start (with cold boiler)
• After priming the water circuit (with
cold boiler)
• During the Stand-by preparation phase
(if a coffee product has been brewed)
• During the phase of activating the
stand-by mode after pressing the
“STAND-BY” button (if a coffee product
has been brewed).
Steady on
4 Press the button to brew a long coffee.
5 Wait until brewing is completed and
empty the water tank.
6 Repeat the operations from step 1 to
step 5 for 3 times; then continue with
step 7.
7 Place a container under the steam wand
(Pannarello, if supplied).
Cyclic blinking
A small amount of water will be dispensed to rinse and heat all the machine
components; during this phase the icons
blink in sequence.
Wait for the cycle to finish automatically.
You can stop dispensing by pressing
either coffee button and/or the
“Stand-by” button.
8 Turn the selector switch clockwise to set
it to the “ ” position.
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These simple operations will make it possible to always brew excellent coffee.
“INTENZA” water filter.
To improve the quality of the used water,
it is advisable to install the water filter.
Remove the water filter from its packaging, immerse it vertically (with the opening positioned upwards) in cold water
and delicately press the sides so as to let
the air bubbles out.
Remove the small white filter from the
tank and store it in a dry place sheltered
from dust.
Set the Intenza Aroma System as specified
on the box.
A = Soft water
B = Medium water (standard)
C = Hard water
Put the water filter into the empty tank.
Press it until its limit stop.
Fill the tank with fresh drinking water and
reinsert it into the machine.
ADJUSTMENTS
The machine that you have bought allows
for certain adjustments that will permit
you to use it to its full potential.
Gaggia Adapting System
Coffee is a natural product and its characteristics may change according to its
origin, blend and roast. The Gaggia coffee
machine is equipped with a self-adjusting
system that allows the use of all types of
coffee beans available on the market (non
caramelized).
• The machine automatically adjusts
itself in order to optimise the extraction of the coffee, ensuring perfect
compression of the tablet to obtain a
creamy espresso coffee that will release
all the aromas, regardless of the type of
coffee used.
• The optimisation process is a learning
process that requires the brewing of a
certain number of coffees to allow the
machine to adjust the compactness of
the ground coffee.
• Attention should be given to special blends, which require grinder
adjustments in order to optimise the
extraction of the coffee (see the “Coffee
Grinder Adjustment” section).
Coffee Grinder Adjustment
Dispense the water in the tank by using
the hot water function (see the “Hot water dispensing” section).
Fill the water tank again. The machine is
now ready to be used.
Note: If there is no Intenza
water filter, insert the small
white filter previously removed into
the water tank.
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Warning! The grinder
adjustment knob, inside the
coffee bean hopper, must be turned
only when the grinder is working. Do
not pour ground and/or instant coffee
into the coffee bean hopper.
Do not insert any material
other than coffee beans into
the hopper. The grinder contains
moving parts that may be dangerous.
Therefore, do not insert fingers and/
or other objects. The grind setting
may only be adjusted using the knob.
Turn off the machine and unplug it
from the socket before carrying out
any type of operation inside the
coffee bean hopper. Do not pour
coffee beans when the coffee grinder
is working.
To make any adjustment, press and turn
the knob inside the coffee bean hopper.
Press and turn the knob by one notch at
a time and brew 2-3 cups of coffee; this
is the only way to notice differences in
grind.
The reference marks inside the coffee
bean hopper indicate the grind setting.
There are 5 different grind settings to choose from with the following references:
Large Mark - Coarse Grind
Small Mark - Fine Grind.
Adjusting the Coffee Length
The machine allows you to adjust the
amount of brewed coffee according to
your taste and/or the size of your cups.
Each time the “ “ or “ “ buttons are
pressed and released, the machine brews
a pre-set amount of coffee, as per factory
settings. This amount may be reprogrammed to your taste. Each button may be
individually programmed for a specific
brew setting.
As an example, the following procedure
describes the programming of the button
“ “, which is normally associated with
espresso coffee.
Blinking
• Place a cup under the dispensing
spout.
• Hold the “ “ button pressed for 5
seconds to enter the programming
mode; the “ “ icon will blink quickly
and the coffee will start to be brewed;
the icon will flash during the whole
coffee brewing cycle.
• Press the “ “ button again when the
amount of coffee in the cup reaches
the desired level.
At this point the button “ “ is programmed; each time it is pressed and released,
the machine will brew the same amount
of coffee that was just programmed.
The same operation can be repeated for
the “ “ button. If the “ “ or “ “
button is pressed twice to brew coffee,
the machine will brew double the stored
quantity.
Standby
The machine is designed for energy saving. The machine automatically turns off
after 60 minutes of inactivity.
The “ “ button blinks when the machine
is in stand-by mode.
Note: During the turning off
phase, the machine performs
a rinse cycle, if a coffee product has
been brewed.
Warning: When turning the machine
on after it has been turned completely off, the machine will be in
stand-by mode
To turn the machine on again simply press
the STAND-BY button (if the power button is set to “I”). In this case the machine
will go through the rinse cycle only if the
boiler is cold.
Dispensing Spout
Adjustment
Most cups on the market can be used with
this coffee machine.
The height of the dispensing spout may
be adjusted to better fit the dimensions
of the cups that you wish to use.
Manually move the dispensing spout up
or down to adjust its height by placing
your fingers as shown in the figure.
The recommended positions are:
For use with small cups;
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The machine allows slight adjustments to
the coffee grinder to adapt it to the kind
of coffee used.
For use with large cups.
COFFEE BREWING
Note: Should the machine not
brew coffee, make sure that
the water tank contains water.
Before brewing coffee, check
the messages on the display.
Check that the water tank and coffee
been hopper are full.
• Two cups can be placed under the
dispensing spout for brewing two
coffees at the same time.
Steady on
“Aroma” Adjustment
Before brewing the coffee,
adjust the height of the dispensing spout according to your
needs, and select the aroma or the
pre-ground coffee.
The machine is set-up for an amount of
coffee to grind to be adjusted from 7 g to
10.5 g per coffee.
Using Coffee Beans
Four choices are possible by pressing
and releasing the “ “ button (mild,
medium or strong aroma, and ground
coffee).
Steady on
Selection can be made when the beans
appear on the display.
Each time the “ “ button is pressed
and released, the aroma changes by one
degree:
= Mild aroma
= Medium aroma
= Strong aroma
Selection must be made prior to selecting
the coffee. The system sets the aroma according to the personal taste of the user.
Steady on
After selecting “Strong aroma”, the function for brewing coffee with pre-ground
coffee is displayed.
This selection is displayed by the icon on
the side.
Refer to the relevant section to use this
function.
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Leave the selector on the
coffee position “ ” during
the dispensing phase.
Steady on
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• To brew coffee, press and release:
the “ “ button to select the desired
aroma.
the“ “ button for an espresso coffee;
the “ “ button for a long coffee.
• The brewing cycle then starts:
To brew 1 cup of coffee, press the “ “
or “ “ button once. The display will
show the icon.
To brew 2 cups of coffee, press the “ “
or “ “ button twice. The display will
show the icon.
To brew 2 coffees, the machine automatically grinds and
doses the correct amount of coffee.
Brewing two coffees requires two
grinding cycles and two brewing
cycles, which the machine carries out
automatically.
• After the prebrewing cycle, coffee
begins to come out of the dispensing
spout.
• Coffee brewing stops automatically
when the pre-programmed level is
reached; however, it is possible to interrupt coffee brewing by pressing the
Press and release:
the“ “ button for an espresso coffee;
the“ “ button for a long coffee.
• The brewing cycle then starts. After
the prebrewing cycle, coffee begins to
come out of the dispensing spout.
• Coffee brewing stops automatically
when the pre-programmed level is
reached; however, it is possible to interrupt coffee brewing by pressing the
button initially pressed.
The machine is adjusted to
brew a true Italian espresso
coffee. This feature may slightly
lengthen the brewing time, allowing
the intense flavour of the coffee to
develop fully.
Using Pre-ground Coffee
This function allows using
pre-ground and decaffeinated coffee.
After dispensing the product, the coffee beans configuration of the machine is restored.
Pre-ground coffee must be poured into
the appropriate compartment positioned
next to the coffee bean hopper. Only use
ground coffee for espresso machines and
never coffee beans or instant coffee.
Repeat the operations described above to brew other
coffees.
Note:
• If no pre-ground coffee is poured
into the compartment, only water
will be dispensed;
• If the dose is excessive and 2 or
more measuring scoops of coffee
are used, the machine will not
brew the product. Also in this case,
the machine will run an empty
cycle and discharge any ground
coffee into the coffee grounds
drawer.
Steady on
To brew coffee:
• Press and release the “ “ button
until the pre-ground coffee function
icon is displayed.
• Lift the pre-ground coffee compartment cover.
• Add 1 only 1 scoop of pre-ground
coffee to the compartment. Use the
measuring scoop supplied with the
machine to perform this operation.
Then, close the cover.
DISPENSING HOT
WATER
Warning: At the beginning,
short spurts of hot water
may come out. Danger of scalding.
The hot water wand may reach high
temperatures. Never touch it with
bare hands.
• Before dispensing hot water, check
that the following icon is displayed.
Steady on
When the machine is ready, proceed as
follows:
• Place a container under the steam wand
(Pannarello, if supplied).
Warning: Only add pre-ground
coffee to the compartment.
Other substances and objects may
cause severe damage to the machine.
This damage will not be covered by
warranty.
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button initially pressed.
• Turn the selector switch clockwise to set
it to the “ ” position.
ned and free of any milk residue.
To prepare your cappuccino,
we recommend discharging
the water in the steam wand.
• To discharge the water in the steam
wand, place a container under the
steam wand (Pannarello, if supplied).
• Only the following icon will be displayed steady on.
Steady on
• Fill the cup with hot water to the desired level; to stop hot water dispensing,
turn selector switch counter-clockwise
back to the “ ” position. The machine returns to the normal operating
mode.
Blinking
Occasionally, after turning
the selector switch, hot water may not be dispensed and the
following displayed icon will start
blinking. Simply wait until the end
of the warm-up phase, at which point
hot water will be dispensed from the
Pannarello.
STEAM DISPENSING /
PREPARING A CAPPUC
CINO
Steam may be used to froth milk for a
cappuccino, as well as to reheat other
beverages.
• When the machine is ready to brew
coffee, turn selector switch counterclockwise to set it onto the “ ” position. Residual water may come out
of the steam wand (Pannarello, if
supplied).
• The icon blinks during the preheating
time required by the machine.
Blinking
• Steam dispensing will begin when the
icon is displayed steady on; soon after,
only steam will begin to come out.
Steady on
• Turn the selector switch clockwise and
set it back to the “ ” position to stop
dispensing steam.
Danger of scalding! Brewing
may be preceded by small
jets of hot water. The steam wand
may reach high temperatures. Never
touch it with bare hands.
Important note: immediately
after using the steam to froth
the milk, clean the steam wand (or
Pannarello when provided). When
the machine is ready, brew a small
amount of hot water in a glass and
clean the steam wand (or Pannarello
when provided) externally. In this
way, all parts will be perfectly clea-
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• Fill 1/3 of the container you wish to
use to prepare the cappuccino with
cold milk.
To ensure better results
when preparing a cappuccino, use cold milk straight from
the fridge.
• To heat the milk directly in the cup,
immerse the steam wand (Pannarello,
if supplied) in the milk to be heated.
CLEANING AND MAIN
TENANCE
• Turn the selector switch counterclockwise to set it to the “ ” position.
Rotate the container and move it gently
up and down to obtain uniform foam.
• After dispensing steam for the desired
time, turn the selector switch clockwise
and set it back to the “ ” position to
stop dispensing steam.
• The same procedure can be used to heat
other beverages.
After using the steam wand (Pannarello,
if supplied), wash it as described in the
“Cleaning and Maintenance” section.
After using steam to prepare
a beverage, it is possible to
brew coffee or to dispense steam
straight after.
If the selector switch is left on
the central position “ ”, the
machine, in order to save energy, automatically reaches the temperature
needed to dispense coffee.
Note: We recommend emptying the container if the
machine is not going to be used for
some days.
• Maintenance and cleaning operations
can only be carried out when the machine is cold and disconnected from the
electric network.
• Do not immerse the machine in water.
• Do not wash any of its parts in the
dishwasher.
• Do not use sharp objects or harsh chemical products (solvents) for cleaning.
• Use a soft, dampened cloth to clean the
machine.
• Do not dry the machine and/or its
components using a microwave and/
or standard oven.
After preparing milk beverages, dispense hot water
from the steam wand (Pannarello,
if supplied) to obtain a thorough
cleaning.
• Every day, after heating the milk, remove the external part of the Pannarello
(if supplied) and wash it with fresh
drinking water.
• Clean the steam wand weekly. In order
to do this, perform the following operations:
- Remove the external part of the
Pannarello (for standard cleaning);
- Remove the upper part of the
Pannarello from the steam wand;
- Wash the upper part of the Pannarello
with fresh drinking water;
- Wash the steam wand with a wet
cloth and remove any milk residue;
- Replace the upper part in the steam
wand (make sure it is completely
inserted).
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General Cleaning
• Empty and clean the coffee grounds
drawer daily, with the machine turned
on.
Reassemble the external part of the
Pannarello.
• We recommend cleaning the water
tank daily. For an easier removal of the
water tank, move the steam wand /
Pannarello upwards:
- Remove the small white filter in the
water tank and wash it under running
drinking water.
- Reposition the small white filter in
its housing by gently pressing and
turning it at the same time.
- Fill the water tank with fresh drinking
water.
• Empty and clean the drip tray daily.
Perform this operation also when the
float is raised.
• Also clean the seat of the tray every
week through the openings on the
bottom of the machine.
• Wash the brew group with lukewarm
water and carefully clean the upper
filter.
• Thoroughly wash and dry all the parts
of the brew group.
• Thoroughly clean the inside of the
machine.
• Make sure that the two reference signs
match up.
• Make sure that the lever is in contact
with the brew group. Press the “PUSH”
button to make sure that the brew
group is in the correct position.
Lubricate the brew group
after approximately 500
brewing cycles. The grease to lubricate the brew group may be purchased
at authorised service centres.
• Lubricate the brew group guides using
the supplied grease only.
Brew Group
• The brew group should be cleaned
every time the coffee bean hopper is
filled or at least once a week.
• Turn off the machine by pressing the
ON/OFF button and remove the plug
from the socket.
• Remove the coffee grounds drawer.
Open the service door.
• To remove the brew group, pull it by the
handle and press the «PUSH» button.
The brew group must be washed only
with lukewarm water with no detergent/soap.
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• Apply the grease evenly on both side
guides.
• Insert the brew group in its seat until it
locks into place WITHOUT pressing the
“PUSH” button.
• Insert the coffee grounds drawer. Close
the service door.
Limescale normally builds up with the use
of the appliance.
Use a container of at least 1
litre capacity. If you do not
have a container of this capacity,
once it is filled close the knob, empty
the container and then place it again
under the wand and repeat the
procedure.
The machine must be descaled when the
icon appears on the display.
Steady on
Important note: It is recommended to refer to the next
section, “Remarks on Descaling”, for
some tips about keeping the machine
in perfect working order.
2 Only after adding the descaling solution
in the tank, turn the selector switch
clockwise to position “ ”, and then
dispense 2-3 cups of water (approx.
150 ml).
Only use the GAGGIA descaling
solution. Its formula has been
designed to ensure better machine
performance and operation for its
whole operating life. If correctly used,
it also avoids alterations in the brewed
product.
3 Stop dispensing by turning the selector
switch back to its central position “ ”.
4 Allow the descaling solution to work for
15-20 minutes.
5 Repeat steps 2 and 3 at intervals of 3
minutes, until there is no descaling
solution left in the water tank.
Warning! Never drink the
descaling solution or any products dispensed until the cycle has
been carried out to the end. Never use
vinegar as a descaling solution.
Before descaling, remove the Pannarello
(if supplied) from the steam wand as described in the “Cleaning and Maintenance”
section.
Steady on
6 When the icon is displayed, rinse the
water tank thoroughly and refill it with
fresh drinking water.
7 Empty the container used to collect the
liquid dispensed by the machine and
place it under the steam wand.
• Turn the machine on by pressing the
“STAND-BY” button. Wait for the
machine to finish its rinse cycle
and warm up.
Warning! Remove the “Intenza” filter before adding the
descaling solution.
8 Turn the selector switch clockwise to
set it to the “ ”position . The machine
rinse cycle starts.
• Pour the entire content of the GAGGIA
concentrated descaling solution into
the water tank, and then fill the tank
with fresh drinking water up to the
MAX level. Place the tank back in the
machine.
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1 Place a container below the steam
wand.
DESCALING
15 Press the button to brew a long coffee.
16 Wait until brewing is completed and
empty the container with water.
17 Repeat the operations from step 12 to
step 16 for 3 times; then continue with
step 18.
9 When the water in the tank is finished,
the icon on the side is displayed to
indicate that the selector switch must
be brought back to the “ ” position.
Steady on
18 Place a container under the steam wand
(Pannarello, if supplied).
10 Rinse the water tank thoroughly and
refill it with fresh drinking water.
11 Empty the container used to collect the
liquid dispensed by the machine.
19 Turn the selector switch clockwise to set
it to the “ ” position.
12 Place a large container under the
dispensing spout.
The following icon will be displayed.
Steady on
13 Before starting the procedure, check
that the following icons are displayed.
Steady on
Steady on
20 Dispense water until the no water signal is displayed, then turn the selector switch counter-clockwise to set it
to the “ ” position.
14 Select the pre-ground coffee function
by pressing the “ “ button one or
more times.
Do not add the pre-ground
coffee to the compartment.
The icon will appear on the display.
Steady on
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21 At the end, fill the water tank again.
The descaling cycle is complete. Then,
the products can be brewed.
Remarks on Descaling
The previous section explains the correct
operations to perform to descale the
machine.
The machine you have purchased is equipped with advanced software to check the
quantity of used water in order to provide
reliable information about the right time
to carry out descaling operations.
This software has been programmed for
standard water hardness.
Steady on
Reassemble the external part of the
Pannarello.
If the machine is switched off
during the descaling cycle,
next time the machine is switched
on the cycle must be repeated from
the beginning.
In case of especially hard water (high
calcium content), descaling cycles might
have to be carried out more frequently,
even if the machine does not display warning signals.
Even if the machine is not used often (e.g.
1 coffee per day), it is recommended to
perform descaling cycles more frequently.
In these specific cases, it is recommended
to perform descaling cycles every 1-2
months, even if the machine does not
signal it.
The descaling solution must
be disposed of according
to the manufacturer’s instructions
and/or regulations in force in the
country of use.
After completing the descaling cycle, wash the brew
group as described in the “Brew
Group” section in the “Cleaning and
maintenance” section.
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22 Hold the “ “ button pressed for
6 seconds to reset the machine and
cancel the descaling alarm signal.
CONTROL PANEL
DISPLAY
Ready Signals
Warning Signals
• The machine is ready for brewing coffee from
• The machine is warming up to brew coffee
bean and hot water dispensing.
and dispense hot water or steam.
Steady on
Blinking
• The machine is ready for pre-ground coffee
• The machine is performing the rinse cycle.
brewing.
Wait until the machine stops the operation.
Steady on
Cyclic blinking
• The machine is in the steam dispensing
• The machine needs a descaling cycle.
phase.
Steady on
Steady on
• The machine is in the hot water dispensing
• The machine needs water circuit priming.
phase.
Steady on
Blinking
• The machine is brewing 1 espresso coffee or
a long coffee.
Steady on
• The machine is brewing 2 espresso coffees
or 2 long coffees.
Steady on
• The machine is programming the amount of
coffee to be brewed each time the “ “ or
“ “ button is pressed.
Blinking
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Alarm Signals
English
• Return the hot water / steam knob to its
correct position.
• Insert the brew group in the machine.
Blinking
• Close the service door.
• Empty the coffee grounds drawer.
Steady on
• Insert the coffee grounds drawer.
Blinking
• No coffee beans in the coffee bean hopper.
After refilling the hopper, the cycle can be
restarted.
Steady on
• Fill the water tank.
Steady on
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Machine Actions
Causes
The machine does not turn on.
The machine is not connected to the power Connect the machine to the power source.
source.
The cups are cold.
Warm the cups with hot water.
The hole of the steam wand is clogged.
Clean the hole of the steam wand using a pin.
Make sure that the machine is turned off
and has cooled before performing this operation.
Pannarello is dirty (if supplied).
Clean the Pannarello.
The coffee blend is unsuitable, the coffee is not Change coffee blend or adjust the grind as explained
freshly roasted or the grind is too coarse.
in the “Coffee Grinder Adjustment” section.
The machine circuit is obstructed by limescale Descale the machine.
build-up.
The coffee is not hot enough.
No hot water or steam is dispensed.
The coffee has little crema.
(see note)
The machine takes a long time to warm up
or the amount of water dispensed from the
wand is too little.
The brew group does not come out.
Solutions
Turn the machine on. Close the service door. The
brew group automatically returns to the correct
position.
Dregdrawer is inserted.
Remove the dregdrawer first, then the brew
group.
The machine grinds the coffee beans but no Water tank is empty.
Fill the water tank and prime the circuit (section
coffee comes out.
“Using the Machine for the First Time”).
(See note)
Brew group is dirty.
Clean the brew group (section “Brew Group”).
Circuit is not primed.
Prime the circuit (section “Using the Machine for
the First Time”).
Rare event that occurs when the machine is auto- Brew a few coffees as described in section “Gaggia
matically adjusting the dose.
Adapting System”.
The dispensing head is dirty.
Clean the dispensing head.
The coffee is too weak.
(see note)
Coffee is brewed slowly.
(see note)
Coffee leaks out of the dispensing head.
The brew group is out of place.
Rare event that occurs when the machine is auto- Brew a few coffees as described in section “Gaggia
matically adjusting the dose.
Adapting System”.
The coffee grind is too fine.
Change coffee blend or adjust the grind as explained in the “Coffee Grinder Adjustment” section.
The circuit is not primed.
Prime the circuit (section “Using the Machine for
the First Time”).
The brew group is dirty.
Clean the brew group (section “Brew Group”).
The dispensing head is clogged.
Clean the dispensing head and its holes.
Note: These problems can be considered normal if the coffee blend has been changed or if the machine has just been installed.
In this case wait until the machine performs a self-adjusting operation as described in section “Gaggia Adapting System”.
Please contact Gaggia Customer Service or an authorized service center for any problems not covered in the above table or
when the suggested solutions do not solve the problem.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Nominal Voltage - Power Rating - Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . See label on the inside of the service door
Housing material . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Thermoplastic material/Metal
Size (w x h x d). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10” x 12.5” x 17” (256 x 320 x 432 mm)
Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18.6 lbs. (8.450 kg)
Power Cord Length . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47” (1.2m)
Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Front side
Pannarello (only available for certain models) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Special for cappuccinos
Water tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.2 litres – Removable type
Coffee Bean Hopper Capacity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.2 oz. (260 g)
Dregdrawer Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Pump pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 bar
Boiler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stainless steel type
Safety Mechanisms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Thermal fuse
MACHINE DISPOSAL
- The packing materials can be recycled.
- Appliance: Unplug the appliance and cut the power cord.
- Deliver the appliance and power cord to a service center or public
waste disposal facility.
This product complies with eu directive 2002/96/ec.
The symbol
on the product or on its packaging indicates that
this product may not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall
be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of
electrical and electronic equipment.
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and
human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate
waste handling of this product. For more detailed information about
recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, your
household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased
the product.
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
YEAR 09
EC 2006/95, EC 2004/108,
GAGGIA S.P.A.
20087 Robecco sul Naviglio (MI) Italy
declare under our responsibility that the product :
AUTOMATIC COFFEE MAKER
SUP 037RG
to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following standards
or other normative documents :
• Safety of household and electrical appliances - General requirements
EN 60335-1(2002) + A1(2004) + A2(2006) + A11(2004) + A12(2006)+
A13(2008)
• Safety of household and electrical appliances - Part 2-15
Particular requirements for appliances for heating liquids
EN 60335-2-15(2002) + A1(2005)
• Household and similar electrical appliances - Electromagnetic fields - methods
for evaluation and measurement EN 50366 (2003) + A1 (2006).
• Household and similar electrical appliances - safety - Part 2-14
Particular requirements for kitchen machines EN 60335-2-14 (2006).
• Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Requirements for household appliances
, electric tools and similar apparatus - Part 1 - Emission EN 55014-1 (2006).
• Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part. 3^ Limits - Section 2 : Limits for
harmonic current emissions (equipment input current ≤ 16A for phase)
EN 61000-3-2 (2006)
• Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 3^ : Limits - Section 3 : Limitation
of voltage changes , voltage fluctuations and flicker in public low - voltage supply systems , for equipment with rated current ≤ 16 A for phase and not subject
to conditional connection
EN 61000-3-3 (1995)+ corr.(1997) +A1 (2001) + A2 (2005).
• Electromagnetic compatibility - Requirements for household appliances , electric tools and similar apparatus - Part 2. Immunity - Product family standard
EN 55014-2 (1997) + A1 (2001)
following the provisions of the Directives: EC 2006/95 , EC 2004/108.
Robecco sul Naviglio
li, 28/04/2009
R & D Manager
Mr. Andrea Castellani
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