ServiceManual
HD 8930
Coffee Machine
New Royal
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Service Manual
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Introduction
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
1.4.
1.5
1.6.
1.6.
Documentation required
Tools and equipment required
Material
Safety warnings
Service Policy
2.
Technical specifications
2.1.
2.2
2.3.
Technical specifications
Specification for the measurement of the coffee
products temperature.
Machine parameters and performance
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User instructions
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External machine parts
Internal machine parts
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3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
Customer and programming menu
Machine indications
Operation, cleaning and maintenance
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Operating logic
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
4.4.
4.5.
4.6.
4.7
Water circuit
Frother unit valve assembly
Cappuccino maker assembly
Relief valve
Coffee cycle
Single microswitch
Temperature sensor
Table of contents
4.8.
4.9.
4.10.
Water level detection (water tank)
Descaling request
Water filter
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Table of contents
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Troubleshooting
5.1.
5.2.
5.3
Test mode
Diagnostics mode
Error messages
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Standard checks
6.1.
6.2.
6.3.
Repair schedule
Service schedule
Final test
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Disassembly
7.1.
7.2.
7.3.
7.4.
7.5.
7.6.
7.7.
7.8.
7.9.
7.10.
Outer elements
Coffee grinder
Grinder blades
Coffee grinder motor
Doser hatch, coil and microswitch
Doser hopper
Coffee boiler and steam boiler
Boiler pin
Coffee pump and steam pump
Flow meter
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The restrictor is used on frothers that draw milk from a Milk container. Cannot be used
for straight Pannarello frothers.
Extensive Calcium deposits are seen in almost every espresso machine we open for repairs.
Filter cartridges are preventative, expensive & ineffective as descaler.
The Brita filter installed on the kitchen faucet works better.
Calcium sediment inside the machine causes the following problems:
(1) reduces internal flow of water with full or partial clogging.
(2) generates back pressure in the Hydraulic system & causes internal leaks.
(3) reduces pump pressure, reduced flow of coffee & internal leakage reduces
programmed coffee in the cup (4) Error codes "Fill water" or Ventilate will display.
This will shut the machine down & force expensive repairs.
Descaling is best done manually, every two or three months.
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Table of contents
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Gear motor
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7.12.
Relief valve
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7.13.
Solenoid valve assembly
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7.14.
Steam pipe assembly
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7.15.
Dispenser assembly
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7.16.
Power board
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7.17.
Display, keypads and control board
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7.18.
Fitting and removing Oetiker clamps
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Notes
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Water circuit diagram
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Electrical diagram
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1.1.
01 INTRODUCTION
Documentation required
The following documentation is needed for repair procedures:
Instruction booklet for specific model.
Technical documentation for specific model (diagrams, exploded view, sympton cure and
service manual).
1.2.
Tools and equipment required
As well as the standard equipment, the following is required:
Material
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Thermal paste
Descaler
Grease solvent
Silicone grease
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Scale limit > 150°C
Programmer
(for programming and diagnostics mode)
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Notes
Torx T 8 - T 10 - T 20
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Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Pliers for Oetiker clamps
CC -A - Vdc tester
Digital thermometer
SSC (Saeco Service Center)
Notes
Heating element > 200°C
Saeco descaler
Personal choice
Safe to use with food
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Safety warnings
We recommend you consult this Service Manual of the machine before performing any maintenance work.
Observe all applicable standards relating to the repair of electrical appliances.
Always disconnect the power plug from the mains before beginning repair work.
Simply turning off the main machine power switch is not an adequate safety precaution.
This domestic appliance is rated as insulation class I.
On completion of the repair work, insulation and dielectric rigidity tests must be performed.
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01 INTRODUCTION
Service POLICY grid as used for coffee machine
For IN WARRANTY repairs is mandatory to use the single components (not the assembly) available in the exploded views of the coffee machines or of the specific components. If you find the
information “SEE THE EXPLODED VIEW E........” in the assembly description field, it means that
the single components of the assembly are available in the other pages of the exploded view. It’s
possible to use the assembly only if there is a specific Symptom Cure that include this possibility
or when the single components are not available for the order.
List of principal assembly present in all our coffee machines
Only for OOW repairs
Only for OOW repairs
GEAR
MOTOR
FILTER
HOLDER
MILK
CARAFE
THERMAL
CARAFE
Only for OOW repairs
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Only for OOW repairs
Single components available
YES, to consult the specific exploded-view of
machine or of the Coffee Grinder on website
YES, to consult the specific exploded-view of
machine or of the Brewing unit on website
YES, to consult the specific exploded-view of
machine on website
YES, to consult the specific exploded-view of
machine on website
YES, to consult the specific exploded-view of
machine on website
YES, to consult the specific exploded-view of
machine on website
YES, to consult the specific exploded-view of
Thermal Carafe on website
YES, to consult the specific exploded-view of
Milk Island on website
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COFFEE
GRINDER
BREWING
UNIT
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Only for OOW repairs
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01 INTRODUCTION
External machine parts
Coffee bean hopper
Water tank
Cappuccino maker (removable)
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Hot water dispensing pipe
Grille
Full tray floating indicator
Drip tray
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Grinding adjustment
Pre-ground coffee compartment
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Cup heater plate
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IRDA for SW programation
Coffee dose adjustment
Main switch 0/I
Service hatch
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Brewing unit
Dreg drawer
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Power cable connector
Special Drinks selection button or used to exit the
menu (ESC)
Cappuccino maker “Clean” button or used to scroll
through the menu (Page Up
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Coffee dispensing button or used to confirm selection (OK)
Cappuccino dispensing button or used to scroll through
the menu (Page Down
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Pre-ground coffee button or (MENU) to
access programming mode
MENU
OK
ON/OFF button
ESC
Latte macchiato dispensing button
Espresso dispensing button
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01 INTRODUCTION
Internal machine parts
Coffee boiler
Gear motor assembly
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Steam boiler
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Relief valve assembly
Doser assembly
Ground coffee hopper
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Coffee grinding assembly
Power board
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Solenoid valve assembly
Control board
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Technical specifications
Power supply and output:
Temperature monitoring:
(230 V~) 1300 W for coffee dispensing
(230 V~) 1300 W for water/steam dispensing
2 rotation directions; power supply 24VC
Ulka Type EP5/S GW approx. 13-15 bar with reciprocating
piston and thermal switch 120°C 48 W, 230V, 50 Hz,
Ulka HF with reciprocating piston 230V, 50 Hz and thermal
switch 120°C - 22W
Steam pump
Opening at approx. 19-23 bar
In tank
Direct current motor with conical steel grinder blades
During heating phase- approx. 5.6 A
< 0.3 W
336x380x450
16 kg
2.2 l
320 g. of coffee beans
19 (18+1)
Approx. 10 cc
Approx. 50 sec Max. on first filling cycle including rinsing
Approx. 25 sec. Max. in stand-by
Approx. 4-7 sec.
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Overpressure valve:
(multi-way valve)
Water filter:
Coffee grinder:
Power consumption:
Consumption in Standby
Dimensions: W x H x D in mm:
Weight:
Water tank capacity:
Coffee bean hopper capacity:
Dreg drawer capacity:
Heat exchanger capacity:
Water circuit filling time:
Heating time:
Grinding time:
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Safety system:
Coffee heat exchanger output:
Stainless steel
Steam heat exchanger output:
Stainless steel
Gear motor:
240 V~ 50 Hz 1500 W - 230 V~ 50/60 Hz 1400 W
(NTC) variable resistor sensor - transmits the value to the
electronic card
2 thermostats at 190°C one shot
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02 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
2.2. Specification for the measurement of the coffee products temperature.
The temperature is influenced by the flow from the dispenser and stratification of temperatures in
the glass. In order to consider these phenomena and to introduce measures that allow comparisons in controlled conditions, below guidelines must be followed:
Conditions:
a) Water temperature in tank: 23°C (+/-2°C).
b) It must be used a plastic cup (see picture N°1).
c) It must be used a thermocouple thermometer (e.g. type K - see picture N°2).
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d) The coffee machine is tested without any change of parameters or calibrations, which may
affect the temperature of products, so the measurement of temperature must be done with
machine in default factory setting.
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Procedure:
1. The temperature must be measured in the cup, immediately after dispensing. Cup has to be
placed on a non-metal surface using a thermocouple thermometer.
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2. The temperature in the cup is measured by immersing the probe of the thermometer up to
touch the bottom.The probe then must be moved in a circular motion for 5/6 rotations. At the
of the rotations, stop in the center of the cup.
3. The highest temperature measured during the rotations is the value we are searching for, and
that must be reported;
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4. Test measurement: from end of dispensing to the end of rotations must be completed within 12
seconds.
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Limits of acceptability
The acceptance limits are divided by features and products and are the following:
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Espresso Coffee Italy Q.ty 25/40 gr.
Temperature of 1st product 69°C ≤ 85°C
Temperature of 2nd product 72°C ≤ 85°C
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Coffee Q.ty 70/120 gr.
Temperature of 1st product 69°C ≤ 85°C
Temperature of 2nd product 72°C ≤ 85°C
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Machine parameters and performance
PRODUCT
QUANTITY
Espresso
Coffee
Long coffee
American
coffee
Pre-ground
Hot water
Minimum
Default
Maximum
quantity
quantity
quantity
(Puls.)
(Puls.)
(Puls.)
90
130 - 170 *
200
100
200 -280*
600
70
330 - 440 *
600
300
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User programmable
Programm. by
Production / Service
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Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
600
Yes
Continues for 400 pulses
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* Depends on the language selected by the user
Initial rinse
When the machine is
switched on and the boiler
temperature is ≤ 50°C
No. of pulses
Stopping option
User disable option
Production/Service department disable option
No. of pulses user adjustment option
No. of pulses Production/Service department
adjustment option
Pulse range
(Min. – Max.)
130
Yes, by pressing any key
No
Final rinse
When the machine is switched off electronically, manually or automatically after
30', if at least one coffee has been dispensed, before switching off
100
Yes, by pressing any key
No
No
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RINSE
When performed
No
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Hardness
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Water hardness
No
No
No
No
Descaling cycle frequency
Without water filter
With water filter
Soft (up to 7°dH)
240 litres (480,000 pulses)
480 litres (960,000 pulses)
Medium (7° - 14°dH)
120 litres (240,000 pulses)
240 litres (480,000 pulses)
Hard (15° - 21°dH)
60 litres (120,000 pulses)
120 litres (240,000 pulses)
Very hard
30 litres (60,000 pulses)
60 litres (120,000 pulses)
(over 21°dH)
The default water hardness level is 4. Each litre of water corresponds to approximately
2,000 pulses.
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DREG DRAWER
Time-out for dreg drawer
Description and values
5 sec.
Warning to empty dreg drawer after
Yes, after 15 lots of dregs
Empty dreg drawer blocking alarm after
18 lots of dregs
(double coffee is the last beverage
dispensed)
(19 lots of dregs)
The dreg drawer must be emptied only
when prompted by the machine ensuring
the machine is switched on and removing
the drawer for more than 5 seconds.
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Description and values
15 minutes - 180 minutes
30 minutes
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STANDBY
Inlet time (min. – max.)
Inlet time (default)
Inlet time programmed by user
Inlet time programmed by Production/
Service
Boiler temperature during Standby
Cup heater during Standby
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Boiler OFF
Cup heater OFF
Description
200
No
Yes
No
No
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WATER TANK
Water reserve (pulses)
Water reserve modifiable by Production/Service
departments
"Fill tank" alarm
"No tray" alarm
Water mains
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03 USER INSTRUCTIONS
Customer and programming menu
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OK
ESC
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MENU
Espresso dispensing button
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2nd function - Press to select the heading
shown on the display.
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Special Drinks selection button - ESC
The button is used to access the list of special
drinks the machine can dispense.
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Coffee button - OK
The button is used to select
the type of coffee dispensing.
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2nd function - Press to exit the selected
page and/or exit the programming mode and/
or stop the drink dispensing.
CLEAN button (washing) - Page UP
2nd function - Press to scroll the selection in
The button is used to carry out a cleaning cycle
the page upwards.
of the cappuccino maker by dispensing steam
(for more details refer to the specific paragraph).
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2nd function - Press for 5 seconds to access
the machine programming menu.
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Pre-ground selection button - MENU
This button is used to select the possibility to
dispense the coffee with
pre-ground coffee.
Cappuccino dispensing button - Page DOWN
The button is used to select cappuccino dispensing.
2nd function - Press to scroll the selection in
the page downwards.
Latte Macchiato dispensing button
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ON/OFF button
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MACHINE MENU Used to customize the machine's operational settings
To change the appliance operating settings
GENERAL MENU
This function permits activating/deactivating audible warnings
SOUND
OFF
To disable buzzers
ON
To enable buzzers
This function governs activation of the boilers in the appliance for energy saving
ECOMODE
When the machine is switched on all the boilers (coffee/steam) come on to allow the immediate
preparation of all beverages.
When the appliance is switched on, only the coffee boiler is activated. The appliance consumes less
power but takes longer to dispense milk beverages
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This function is used to set the time since the last beverage dispensing when the machine will go onto
standby. The default time setting is 30 min.
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15 MINUTES
After the set time the machine will go onto standby.
To reactivate the machine, press any button.
After running function diagnosis and the heating phase, the machine is again ready for use
30 MINUTES
60 MINUTES
This function is used to enable/disable the cup heater on the top of the machine
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To disable the cup heater
ON
To enable the cup heater
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OFF
DISPLAY MENU
This function is used to set the menu language and the display brightness
LANGUAGE
This setting is vital for correctly setting the parameters of the appliance for the user's country
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DISPLAY MENU
The currently selected language is shown. The language can be changed using the special commands
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ENGLISH
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
To set the correct brightness on the display
To set the correct contrast on the display
WATER MENU
WATER MENU
This menu is used to set the parameters for correct water management
HARDNESS
To change the setting of the hardness of the water in the appliance, adjusting it to the one used, so it
will request descaling at the right time
ENABL. FILTER
To activate/deactivate the water filter replacement warning. When this function is active the appliance
warns the user when the water filter needs to be changed.
OFF: Warning disabled ON: Warning enabled
(this value is set automatically when the filter is activated)
ACTIV. FILTER
To activate the filter after it has been installed or replaced.
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MAINTENANCE
This function lets you set all the functions so that machine maintenance is managed better
MAINTENANCE
This function is used to run the washing cycle for the Brewing Unit
UNIT CLEANING
This function is used to run the descaling cycle
DESCALING
CAPPUCCINO MAKER
CLEANING
This function lets you run the washing cycle for the cappuccino maker used for making beverages
containing milk
FACTORY SETTINGS
Machine indications
CHIUDERE LO
SPORTELLO
LATERALE
For the machine to become
operative, the service hatch
must be closed
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Close or correctly position the
coffee bean hopper lid to enable dispensing of any beverage
The machine requires replacement of
the "Intenza" water filter with a new
one. Proceed with the replacement of
the filter. The alarm is displayed only if
the "Enable Filter" function is ON.
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INSERIRE
COPERCHIO CHICCI
INSERIRE GRUPPO
INSERIRE IL
CAPPUCCINATORE
INSERIRE LA VALVOLA
NEL CAPPUCCINATORE
The machine indicates that in a few
cycles' time the dreg drawer will need
emptying.
This message allows you to carry on
dispensing beverages.
Take out the tank and fill it
with fresh drinking water
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RIEMPIRE
SERBATOIO ACQUA
Insert the dreg drawer
The appliance requires a descaling
cycle.
If this message appears you may
continue to use the machine but the
operations may be compromised. Remember that any damage caused due
to lack of de-scaling is not covered by
the warranty.
Insert the drip tray
INSERIRE
CONTENITORE FONDI
Fill the coffee hopper with coffee
beans.
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INSERIRE VASCA
RACCOGLIGOCCE
AGGIUNGERE CAFFE’
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This function allows the factory values to be reset.
Restoring the factory parameters deletes all the personal parameters set beforehand.
FACTORY SETTINGS
Insert the brewing unit in its
correct location
SVUOTARE
CONTENITORE FONDI
An operation has been selected that requires the dispensing of milk.
Insert the cappuccino maker
in the machine as specified in
the manual.
An operation has been selected
that requires the dispensing
of milk. Insert the valve in the
cappuccino maker.
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Remove the dreg drawer and empty
out the dregs. Note: the dreg drawer
must only be emptied with the machine switched on. If the drawer is
emptied with the machine switched
off the machine cannot register the
emptying operation.
An event has occurred that requires
restarting the appliance. Note the code
(E xx) shown at the bottom. Switch
off the machine and switch it back on
after 30 seconds. If the problem persists, contact the assistance center.
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03 USER INSTRUCTIONS
Operation, cleaning and maintenance
Operating the machine
Fill water tank
2
Fill the coffee bean hopper
3
Switch on the appliance
4
Press the button to start the
appliance
5
Select the desired language
Store
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Heating
When the heating phase begins, wait for it to finish
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Rinse
Carry out a rinse cycle for the internal circuits
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Machine ready
The machine is ready to dispense beverages
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CLEANING AND TECHNICAL SERVICING
Empty the dreg drawer
When indicated
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Empty the drip tray
As necessary (float indicator)
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Clean the water tank
Weekly
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Clean the coffee bean hopper
As necessary
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Clean the casing
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As necessary
Clean the brewing unit
Every time the coffee bean hopper is filled or weekly
Lubricate the brewing unit
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Descaling
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Cleaning the cappuccino maker with detergent
Clean the unit housing
After 500 dispensing cycles
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Weekly
When indicated
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Before redelivery
Descaling cycle frequency
Water hardness
Without water filter
With water filter
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Hardness
Soft (up to 7°dH)
240 litres (480,000 pulses)
480 litres (960,000 pulses)
2
Medium (7° - 14°dH)
120 litres (240,000 pulses)
240 litres (480,000 pulses)
3
Hard (15° - 21°dH)
60 litres (120,000 pulses)
120 litres (240,000 pulses)
4
Very hard
(over 21°dH)
30 litres (60,000 pulses)
60 litres (120,000 pulses)
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Acqua calda o vapore
Acqua
ASSIEME GENERALE CALDAIA VAPORE
ASSIEME GENERALE TURBINA
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Water circuit
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04 OPERATING LOGIC
Frother unit valve assembly
1
3
HOT WATER
STEAM
2
DRAIN
1 Outlet leading to the cappuccino
maker for milk-based products
2 Outlet leading to the steam pipe but
which dispenses hot water only
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3 Outlet for reducing the internal pipe
pressure after dispensing
4 Safety valve protecting the valve
assembly
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5 Hot water or steam inlet according
to selected beverage
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HOT WATER/STEAM
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1 Cappuccino maker assembly
2 Dispenser assembly
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Relief valve
Drain to drip tray
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Safety valve: functions as a safety valve by opening towards the drain in the event that the pressure rises above
16-19 bar
Filling the circuit: The solenoid valve opens (drain position) and the pump is activated, automatically refilling the
circuit by expelling the air in the pipe
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Unit discharge: before the unit descends it opens briefly, discharging the pressure created to prevent spraying and
making the dregs drier
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the valve assumes the drain position in order to fill the pipes with hot water.
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04 OPERATING LOGIC
Coffee cycle
Main switch ON
START
STOP
Time
Coffee grinder
Pulses
(Dosage)
Heating
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45 sec.
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Ready
Coffee cycle
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Brewing unit gear
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Pump activity
(flow meter pulses)
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Microswitch
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Switching on
When the machine is switched on, the gear motor repositions itself as follows:
- It acts on microswitch 1 (see following chapter)
- The gear motor changes its rotation direction and moves upwards again by approx. 1-2 mm
- The boiler begins to heat the water for approx. 45 sec., at full power, in order to reach the optimal temperature. The temperature will then remain at a constant level.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Coffee cycle
The coffee grinder starts grinding (managed by the doser microswitch)
The doser opens
The gear motor (brewing unit) moves to the brewing position
Preliminary dispensing phase (short pump activity, short pause)
Product dispensing (the pump operation period is defined by the amount of product dispensed)
The gear motor moves to its home position (the dregs are expelled automatically)
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Single microswitch
The gear motor is powered by a direct current motor that engages with the smaller
double toothed wheel using a worm screw.
The unit is mounted on the axle of the large
gear wheel and when a coffee is requested, it
moves from the standby position to the dispensing position, and then back to the standby position again.
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Temperature sensor (adjustment)
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Temp. (°C) R nom (kΩ)
20
61.465
50
17.599
75
7.214
80
6.121
85
5.213
90
4.459
100
3.3
125
1.653
150
0.893
ΔR (+/- %)
8.6
5.9
4.1
3.7
3.4
3.1
2.5
3.9
5.1
An NTC is used as a temperature sensor; in the event of overheating this reduces boiler element power consumption.
The electronic system detects the current boiler temperature from the drop in voltage of the
sensor and adjusts it accordingly.
Heating element values and corresponding temperatures: see table.
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04 OPERATING LOGIC
Water level detection (water tank)
“Water low” message (water reserve)
Function:
The water level is monitored by a capacitative sensor, located one
third of the way up the water tank wall.
If the electronics assembly detects, by means of the sensor,
that the amount of water in the tank has dropped below the
above mentioned level, a water reserve remains available for
the dispensing process underway (this will cover 200 flow meter
pulses).
The beverage dispensing process will then come to an end.
If a dispensing cycle ends after the sensor has been triggered (in
the reserve) then the display “Water low” continues to be displayed
during the following dispensing cycle.
Water tank
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Flow meter pulses
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“Descaling” – message with water filter
inserted
(appliances with display only)
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Descaling request
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Filter
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Number of pulses
360°
1 rev
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The water hardness is set on the basis of the
regional water hardness analysis (1, 2, 3, 4).
Filter off:
If the function is turned off the electronics
assembly monitors the flow meter pulses,
recording one pulse each turn.
Filter on:
If the function is turned on the electronics
assembly monitors the flow meter pulses,
recording one pulse every two turns.
“Change water filter” message
The electronics assembly uses the flow meter
pulses to keep track of the amount of water which
has flowed through; after the specified amount
(set in accordance with the water hardness level),
the “Replace filter” message appears.
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4.10. Water filter
Water filter
Function:
• Reduced limescale deposits which take longer to
form.
• Improved water quality.
• Improved taste due to the ideal water hardness
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over the total life span, the water is channelled using
a 3-stage bypass (A, B, C) depending on the degree of
hardness.
See small image.
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Life span / descaling performance:
• - 10 ° dH
• 60 litres
• 2 months
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05 TROUBLESHOOTING
Test mode
SX1 SX2 SX3 SX4
OK
MAIN FUNCTION
SX1
Select ground/pre-ground
SX2
Espresso
SX3
Coffee
SX4
Access to Special Menu
DX1
Clean cycle
DX2
Cappuccino
DX3
Latte macchiato
DX4
Entry to Stand-By
SECONDARY FUNCTION
Menu access (hold down)
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DX1 DX2 DX3 DX4
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To enter Test Mode:
- Switch on the machine.
- Press the four function keys in the sequence indicated below (SX3, SX2, SX4, SX1) before the
initialization bar is completed.
TITLE
SX2
SX1
INFO2
INFO3
INFO4
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SX3
INFO5
INFO7
INFO6
DX2
Entry into Test Mode results in a screen divided into
sections, as illustrated in the diagram below
DX3
DX4
The sectors highlighted in yellow on the following screens represent the various loads that can be
activated by pressing the keys indicated in each sector.
This load is deactivated by pressing the same key once more.
The sectors highlighted in green provide information on the sensor status.
Other conditions in which a load can be automatically deactivated are:
- If a work cycle is defined and ends (e.g., coffee grinder or brewing unit).
- A time-out is reached (e.g.: 5 sec for the boiler test).
The symbols
mode.
can be activated with keys SX4 and DX1 and are used to navigate the Test
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Description of each page
1 Software
1 Software
DF:64
ER:8
B2C
B2B
f: xx Hz
*
Swiss
SECTOR
Debug
B2B RI
MV: xx
xx.yy.zz
Pow Off
ESC
DESCRIPTION
TYPE
FUNCTION Provides information on the memory status. Must be 64
ER
FUNCTION Provides information on the memory status. Must be 8
Debug
FUNCTION If selected, enables a debug window in user mode
Swiss
The Swiss function is used to enable or disable the ECO-MODE default setting. If Swiss is enabled,
the default for the Eco-Mode is “ON”, if Swiss is disabled the default for the Eco-Mode is “OFF”.
FUNCTION
The water circuit emptying function restores the ECOMODE value to the default value. As stated
above, the default value depends on the Swiss setting.
Pow Off
FUNCTION ical switch (I/O) on, if this occurs the words “Pow Off” are highlighted. If it is disabled, the machine
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Indicates whether the machine will go to Stand-By mode when powered up - main electro-mechan-
ESC
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will not go to Stand-By mode straight after Power On.
FUNCTION If pressed, it exits the Test mode.
INFO
If activated, it indicates that the machine version is B2C.
B2B
INFO
If activated, it indicates that the machine version is B2B.
B2B RI
INFO
If activated, it indicates that the machine version is B2B with mains water.
MV: xx
INFO
Indicates the version of the EEPROM Memory
f
INFO
Indicates the mains frequency. It has the following values:
50 Hz
60 Hz
ERR if the frequency cannot be detected.
xx.yy.zz
INFO
Indicates the version of the loaded software.
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2 Brew Unit
2 Brew Unit
Work
Home
H/W
m Door m Dreg
xx
m BU
xx
INFO
INFO
m Tray
INFO
mA
INFO
m
INFO
DESCRIPTION
If activated, it causes the gear motor to move the unit into the Work position
If activated, it causes the gear motor to move the unit into the Home position
If activated, it stops the gear motor
If activated it increases the maximum value of the dregs set before the alarm is activated
If activated it decreases the maximum value of the dregs set before the alarm is activated
If activated it indicates that the Home/Work position microswitch has been pressed
If activated it indicates that the side hatch microswitch has been pressed
If activated it indicates that the magnetic reed sensor for the dreg drawer presence is active container
present
If activated it indicates that the unit presence microswitch has been pressed
Indicates the current value set for the maximum quantity of dregs
If activated it indicates that the magnetic reed sensor for the drip tray presence is active drip tray
present
Indicates the maximum unit current value as an average in one sec.
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TYPE
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
INFO
INFO
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m Tray
Dreg+
Work
Home
Stop
Dreg+
DregH/W
m Door
Stop
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SECTOR
EV steam
3 Water Circuit
EVwater
m Capp
m Milk
T1 xx
T2 xx
EVcoffee
EVdisch.
m Tank
*
p/s: xx
Pump 1
Pump 2
DESCRIPTION
TYPE
EVsteam
FUNCTION If activated it switches on the 24VDC solenoid valve in the steam circuit
EVwater
FUNCTION If activated it switches on the 24VDC solenoid valve in the hot water circuit
EVdisch.
FUNCTION If activated it switches on the 24VDC solenoid valve in the steam circuit discharge
EVcoffee
FUNCTION If activated it switches on the 230VAC solenoid valve in the electro-pilot
Pump 1
FUNCTION If activated it switches on pump 1 in the coffee circuit
Pump 2
FUNCTION If activated it switches on pump 2 in the water/steam circuit
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DESCRIPTION
TYPE
INFO
Indicates the status of the presence of the cappuccino maker unit if it is inserted it is on
m Milk
INFO
Indicates the status of the presence of the milk valve inside the
cappuccino maker if it is inserted it is on
m Tank
INFO
If activated it indicates that the water sensor in the tank is active water present at least to the sensor level
T1 xx
INFO
indicates the temperature of the coffee boiler in °C
T2 xx
INFO
indicates the temperature of the water/steam boiler in °C
p/s: xx
INFO
indicates the water flow rate in the water circuit, expressed in flow meter pulses per second
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4 Heaters & Grinder
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4 Heaters & Grinder
Heater 1
T1 xx
Heater 2
T2 xx
St.Out.
NoBean
Grinder Block
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m Bean m Dose
T.O.
Grinder
EVdose
CupHeat
DESCRIPTION
TYPE
Heater 1
FUNCTION
If activated, runs the coffee boiler for T.O. (8 seconds). The boiler comes on only if the coffee boiler
temperature is less than 130°C
Heater 2
FUNCTION
If activated, runs the coffee boiler for T.O. (8 seconds). The boiler comes on only if the water/steam
boiler temperature is less than 130°C
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SECTOR
FUNCTION If selected, it activates the Steam-Out function
Grinder
If activated, it activates the coffee grinder. The coffee grinder remains on until the activation button
is no longer pressed, or the coffee low warning is given or the doser chamber is filled, i.e. the “m
FUNCTION
Dose” microswitch is pressed.
The coffee grinder will not come on if the “m Bean” sensor is not enabled (bean lid closed)
EVdose
FUNCTION Activates the doser solenoid valve for 0.5 sec
FUNCTION Activates the cup heater plate
INFO
indicates the temperature of the coffee boiler in °C
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St.Out.
T2 xx
INFO
indicates the temperature of the water/steam boiler in °C
NoBean
INFO
If activated, it indicates that there is no coffee
T.O.
INFO
Displays the 8 second countdown prior to boiler activation
m Bean
INFO
If activated it indicates that the bean hatch is closed
m Dose
INFO
If activated, it indicates that the doser microswitch is pressed doser chamber full
Grinder
Block
INFO
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Diagnostics mode
SX1 SX2 SX3 SX4
OK
ESC
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MENU
DX1 DX2 DX3 DX4
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To enter Diagnostics mode:
- Switch on the machine
- Press the four function keys in the sequence indicated below (SX2, SX4, SX1, SX3) before the
initialization bar is completed
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PRODUCT COUNTERS
ERROR COUNTERS
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WATER COUNTERS
HOTWATER FLOWRATE
CUP TEMPERATURE
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2.
Error
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3. W
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3.
Water
counters
• Espresso
2.1. Error log
3.1. Descaling cycle
• Error code
• Since last
• Long coffee
• Error index
• Since second last
• American Coffee
• Error text
• Since third last
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Product
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• Hot water
• Cappuccino
2.2. Errors reset
• Number of execution
3.2. Brewing unit cleaning
• Latte macchiato
• Number of execution
• Hot milk
• Since last
3.3. Since production
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4.. H
Hotwater
otwater flo
owrate
wrate
3.4. Water filter
• 100 ÷ 150
• Since last reset
• Number of reset
5
5.. Cup temperature
• 75 ÷ 85
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Press buttons DX2 or DX1 to move the cursor onto the desired beverage and press SX3 to enter
the sub-menu
1. PRODUCT COUNTERS
ESPRESSO (default 0)
COFFEE (default 0)
LONG COFFEE (default 0)
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•
•
dispensing no.
dispensing no.
dispensing no.
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AMERICAN COFFEE (default 0)
•
HOT WATER (default 0)
•
dispensing no.
•
•
•
CAPPUCCINO (default 0)
LATTE MACCHIATO (default 0)
HOT MILK (default 0)
•
•
•
dispensing no.
dispensing no.
dispensing no.
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•
•
2. ERROR COUNTERS
•
ERRORS RESET
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•
•
•
•
•
ERROR CODE
(default 0)
ERROR INDEX
(default 0)
ERROR TEXT
(default 0)
All the errors are reset
3. WATER COUNTERS
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
SINCE LAST
(default 0)
SINCE SECOND LAST
(default 0)
SINCE THIRD LAST
(default 0)
NUMBER OF EXECUTION
(default 0)
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•
•
•
NUMBER OF EXECUTION
(default 0)
SINCE LAST
(default 0)
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•
As above but for the third last descaling cycle
total no. of descaling cycles performed
Represents the consumption of water since the last unit
cleaning cycle. When performed it goes back to 0.
Represents the number of unit cleaning cycles carried out
on the C.A.
WATER FILTER
•
•
•
•
•
Represents the consumption of water since the last
descaling cycle
As above but for the penultimate descaling cycle
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ERROR CODE - the code representing the type of error that
has occurred (see Tab. 5.3 Error messages)
NUMERICAL POSITION - represents the numerical position
of the error in the internal list for a max no. of 20
ERROR DESCRIPTION - a text description of the type of
error that has occurred
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ERRORS LOG
(default 0)
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WATER SINCE PRODUCT
SINCE LAST RESET
(default 0)
NUMBER OF RESET
(default 0)
Represents the consumption of water since the last filter
activation cycle. When performed it goes back to 0
total no. of filter activation cycles performed.
Total consumption of water in litres (default 0)
6. HOTWATER FLOWRATE
100 to 150 (default 120)
7. CUP TEMPERATURE
75 to 85 (default 78)
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5.3. Error messages
Code
Brief description
Description
Coffee grinder blocked
The coffee grinder is blocked (grinder blades
jammed or sensor not reading properly)
03
Brewing unit blocked in ‘work’
position
Descent time-out exceeded
04
Brewing unit blocked in ‘home’
position
Ascent time-out exceeded
05
Water circuit blocked
No water in flow meter or flow meter not turning
(jammed)
06
Frother unit solenoid valve
Frother unit solenoid valve short-circuit
07
Doser microswitch blocked
Doser microswitch short-circuit
10
Coffee boiler short-circuit
11
Coffee boiler in open circuit
12
Steam boiler short-circuit
13
Steam boiler in open circuit
14
Misc. temperature errors
(coffee boiler)
Coffee boiler temperatures out of control
15
Misc. temperature errors
(steam boiler)
Steam boiler temperatures out of control
16
Brewing unit short-circuit
Brewing unit microswitch short-circuit
17
Not used
18
Not used
19
No zero crossing
20
Not used
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Coffee boiler temperature sensor in open circuit
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Steam boiler temperature sensor in open circuit
No zero crossing on card, could be caused by power
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Replacement
Visual inspection
Descaling
Operative check
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Service schedule
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Action
Visual inspection (transport damage)
Machine data check (rating plate)
Operational check / problem analysis
Opening machine
Visual inspection
Operational tests
Repairing the faults encountered
Checking any modifications (view Symptom Cure, new software, etc.)
Service activities in accordance with the operating schedule
Internal cleaning
Operational test while the appliance is open
Assembly
Final inspection test
Draining the circuit (in winter)
External cleaning
Lubricating the brewing unit with suitable grease
Insulation test HG 701 (dielectric)
Documentation
6.2.
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Repair schedule
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6
7
8
9
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15
16
17
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06 STANDARD CONTROLS
Component
Water filter
Water tank lip seal
Boiler pin O-ring
Brewing unit
Hoses, attachments and Oetiker clamps
Coffee circuit pump
Hot water/steam circuit pump
Gear motor
Coffee grinder
Water circuit
Frothing valve assembly
Multi-way valve (solenoid pilot)
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Cleaning
Noise test
Adjustment
Action
P/S/CF
S/CF
S/CF
ES/P/CF
ES/CF
ES/TR/CF
ES/TR/CF
ES/TR/CF
P/R/CF
D/CF
ES/S/CF
ES/S/CF
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Grease solvent / Grease
Vacuum cleaner / brush
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Test
Procedure
2-3 Espressos for
adjustment purposes
2-3 Coffees for
adjustment purposes
Espresso
Coffee
Noise
Amount of cream
Blow into the cup until
the cream separates
Support/tool Standard
Measuring
Same amount
scoop
Measuring
Same amount
scoop
Standard
The cream should
come together
again to form a
complete layer
Cream colour
15%
15%
Hazel brown
84 ˚C
Remove the dreg drawer
Dreg drawer
missing indication
Start brewing a coffee
while the coffee bean
hopper is empty
Low bean level
indication
± 4 ˚C
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Hot water
Steam
Dreg drawer
missing indication
Thermometer
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Grinding level
Reading taken while
dispensing
Check the grain size of
the ground coffee
Dispense water
Dispense steam
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Temperature
Low bean level
indication
Tolerance
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07 DISASSEMBLY
Outer elements
Loosen the screws as illustrated and remove the grinding
adjustment lever handle.
Remove the lid and the water tank, coffee
bean and ground coffee container lid, dreg
drawer, drip tray, brewing unit, coffee unit
support plate, coffee dispenser.
Coffee grinder
Slide out the pin
as illustrated and
remove the hatch.
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7.2.
Lift the upper lid and disconnect the
electrical and water circuit connections
which prevent it from being removed.
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Loosen the screws as
illustrated.
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Loosen the screw
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remove the grinding
adjustment lever.
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Vibration
damper.
Disconnect the electrical
Slide out the coffee grinder from
connections.
the vibration dampers as illustrated.
When disassembling, check the position of the
marks as illustrated and when re-assembling
return them to the same position.
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Grinder blades
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Lower grinder (1) and
upper grinder (2).
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To slide out the upper grinder support turn the nut (A)
anticlockwise until it is released.
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Release the upper grinder lid by pressing
on the fins as illustrated (A) and remove
the grinder by unhooking the catches as
illustrated (B).
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Loosen the screw as illustrated and slide out the lower
grinder. When re-assembling take care to replace the
three springs and three balls correctly.
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To adjust the distance between the grinders
- reconnect the coffee grinder and switch on
- turn the adjusting ring (A) slowly clockwise until the two
grinders touch each other
- turn the adjusting ring (A) anticlockwise one notch.
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When reassembling the adjusting lever (1)
position it in the center (2) and tighten the
screw as illustrated.
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Coffee grinder motor
Remove the balls as illustrated, the
springs underneath and lift up the
grinding support.
Doser hatch, coil and microswitch
Release the motor support by
lifting the catches as illustrated and replace the motor.
Lift the doser hatch using a
lever in the pin and slide it
out.
Doser hopper
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7.6.
Remove the electrical connections
and slide out the microswitch.
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Release the catch as illustrated and lift the coil.
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Remove the three grinding dampers and the felt
ring.
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Remove the cabling
from the cable grips as
illustrated.
Lift the hopper and release it from the
rubber hooks as illustrated.
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Coffee boiler and steam boiler
Loosen the screws as illustrated
and remove the boiler pin.
Boiler pin
Coffee pump and steam pump
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7.9.
Slip off the pin support and loosen the screw as illustrated.
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Loosen the screws as illustrated and remove
the boiler pin cover.
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7.8.
Loosen the screw as illustrated, remove the boiler support
and disconnect the electrical and water circuit connections.
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Remove the boiler support, lift the pump
upwards from the two supports and
disconnect the electrical and water circuit
connections.
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Remove the boiler support, lift the pump
upwards from the two supports and
disconnect the electrical and water circuit
connections.
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7.10. Flow meter
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Remove the boiler support lift the flow
meter upwards and disconnect the electrical
and water circuit connections.
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Loosen the screws as illustrated and remove the gear motor assembly.
Loosen the screws as illustrated and remove
the gear motor cover.
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The following are located inside the compartment protected by
the casing:
- Electric motor (A) with gears (B) and (C) for transmission and
timing of the brewing unit.
- Microswitch (F) detecting brewing unit home and work positions.
- Remove the large gear (B)
- Remove the gear (C) that meshes with the motor transmission
shaft
- Remove the motor (A), complete with transmission shaft (E)
A
D
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C
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When re-assembling the
gear (B), make sure that
the arrow on the gear is
in the same position as
shown in the photo.
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When replacing the motor and the
transmission shaft, make sure the
guide runners (L) are in the right
position. Grease the shaft thoroughly
and evenly.
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7.12. Relief valve
A
Loosen the screw under the
machine as illustrated.
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Disconnect all electrical and water
circuit connections.
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To remove the discharge valve (A) as illustrated
firstly loosen the screws which hold the boiler
pin cover in place then remove it.
7.13. Solenoid valve assembly
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Loosen the screws as illustrated and slide out the card support to access the solenoid valve assembly more easily.
B
C
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Remove the front body cover as follows:
- Loosen the screw (A) as illustrated
- Move the cover to the left to release the catches (B)
- Lift the lower part of the cover to release the catch
(C)
- Pull outwards
Loosen the screws under the
front body cover as illustrated.
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Disconnect the electrical and water
circuit connections.
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7.14. Steam pipe assembly
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Loosen the screws as illustrated and slide out the card support to access the solenoid valve assembly more easily.
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Loosen the screws as illustrated and remove the clip.
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Loosen the screws as illustrated and slide out the card support to access the solenoid valve assembly more easily.
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Loosen the screws as illustrated, slide out the display assembly
and the dispenser assembly.
Dispenser assembly exploded view.
7.16. Power board
Loosen the screws as illustrated and
remove the card cover.
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Loosen the screws as illustrated, remove the card cover
and disconnect the electrical connections.
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7.17. Display, keypads and control board
Loosen the screws on the back of the display assembly as illustrated.
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Loosen the screws shown and slide out the keypads.
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Loosen the screws as illustrated and disconnect the electrical connections and remove the display assembly.
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Loosen the screws as illustrated and disconnect all electrical connections.
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Control board and display card
assembly
7.18. Fitting and removing Oetiker clamps
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1) Boiler connection
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2) Other connections
Tighten the clamp as illustrated.
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Use a suitable pair of pliers to remove the
clamp (as illustrated).
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