OM Cafitesse 400 NSF - English
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
B-1983
01.2003
Contents
CONTENTS
Introduction ................................................................................... 2
Safety instructions ....................................................................... 2
Technical data ............................................................................... 4
Dispenser components ................................................................
Dispenser components / front ........................................................
Service panel components .............................................................
Operating panel components .........................................................
Dispenser components / back ........................................................
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7
8
Operation ....................................................................................... 9
Putting into operation ..................................................................... 9
Switching off the dispenser .......................................................... 10
Delivery of beverages ................................................................... 11
Delivery modes ............................................................................. 12
Delivery examples ........................................................................ 13
Adjusting the cup or pot stop ....................................................... 14
Counter display ............................................................................. 15
Resetting the counter ................................................................... 15
Programming the delivery mode 'free' or 'pay' ............................ 16
Reading out the counter displays ................................................. 16
Setting of prices ............................................................................ 17
Blocking the beverage strength .................................................... 17
Changing the beverage strength
(coffee, decaf, tea and cocoa) ...................................................... 18
Programming the time .................................................................. 19
Programming the date .................................................................. 20
Programming happy hours ........................................................... 21
Programming the energy saving programme .............................. 23
Finishing the programming ........................................................... 24
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Options ........................................................................................ 25
Version with tank .......................................................................... 25
Version for the delivery of café cool ............................................. 26
Cleaning and maintenance ........................................................
General instructions .....................................................................
Maintenance schedule .................................................................
Daily cleaning ...............................................................................
Combi-trough (model without mixing unit) ..............................
Combi-trough (model with mixing unit) ...................................
Box .........................................................................................
Mounting the combi-trough and box .......................................
Cup carrier ..............................................................................
Drip grid ..................................................................................
Drip tray ..................................................................................
Rinsing the dispenser ............................................................
Cleaning the kit High Volume (option) ...................................
Cleaning the water tank (option) ............................................
Weekly cleaning ...........................................................................
Cooling compartment .............................................................
Brew basket ............................................................................
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Trouble shooting ........................................................................ 39
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Introduction/Safety instructions
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
INTRODUCTION
The dispenser is to be used for the
delivery of hot beverages such as coffee,
decaf, tea or lactiferous beverages (e.g.
cappuccino, café au lait, milk or beverages
containing cocoa).
For the delivery of espresso, cappuccino
or a lactiferous beverage, a mixer is
required which is available as an option.
Beverages can be delivered on the right
and left-hand side. In the middle only hot
water can be delivered.
The dispenser can be used to fill cups,
pots, small pots or pump-action thermos
flasks.
The dispenser is used with liquid
beverage concentrates (such as coffee,
decaf, tea, milk or a cocoa containing
beverage) in non-returnable packs.
Several functions can be programmed by
our service technicians to suit the
customer's requirements.
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The dispenser should not be
installed outside.
The dispenser must be placed
where it can be looked after by
trained personnel.
The dispenser should not be installed
on a surface near to where jets of
water are used (e.g. for cleaning).
After the dispenser has been
installed, the power supply plug
must be accessible.
Different payment systems can be
attached to the dispenser.
The dispenser is to be installed on a
table. If the dispenser is used for a
purpose other than that indicated in these
instructions, the manufacturer is not liable
for any damage.
The dispenser can be delivered with
several options. (see chapter Options)
The Service Technician can change the
dispenser over for the additional delivery
of café cool, iced cappuccino, iced choco
(optional).
Before putting the dispenser into
operation, read the chapter Safety
Instructions.
Before putting the dispenser into
operation, the operating instructions
must be read and understood.
•
Rinse the dispenser before putting into
operation for the first time (see chap.
Maintenance)
The liquids delivered by the
dispenser are very hot! In order to
prevent scalds, take your hands
and other parts of the body out of
the delivery area before pressing
any delivery button.
The drinking water quality must be
checked prior to the delivery of
cold beverages.
Observe the rules and regulations
of the country where the dispenser
is installed.
Never touch the power supply plug
with wet hands or plug it in if the
plug itself is wet.
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Safety instructions
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If the power supply cable of the
dispenser is damaged it may only be
replaced by a workshop named by the
manufacturer. Special tools are needed
for the replacement.
Regular cleaning of the dispenser is
necessary for functional and hygienic
reasons. When cleaning, take care of
sharp edges. There is danger of
injuries! Switch off the ON/OFF switch
before cleaning the dispenser.
•
We recommend to install a fault
current safety switch. The connection
must be made using a safety plug
earthed according to the regulations.
Follow the local regulations!
•
Clean the dispenser inside and outside
with a wet cloth; do not spray it off.
Use a cleaning agent approved by the
food industry and recommended by
your Cafitesse supplier only.
To clean the box and the combi-trough
only use a cleaning agent approved by
the food industry.
When cleaning the combi-trough
do not bring into close contact with
magnetic cards or credit cards as
this can invalidate them.
There is great danger of being injured if the plexiglass panel at the
front is cleaned improperly and
breaks.
When connecting the dispenser to the
drinking water line and the electric
line, follow the local regulations.
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If the dispenser will not be used for a
longer period of time (e. g. at night or
during the weekend), close the water
cock. Switch off the ON/OFF button.
Do not pull out the power supply plug
because otherwise the cooling system
will not function any more.
•
The dispenser must not be used when
the water supply is interrupted
because otherwise the boiler will not
be filled.
•
Do not switch off the dispenser between beverage deliveries in order to
keep the optimum water temperature
in the boiler.
•
Use only original spare parts.
•
The dispenser may only be installed,
programmed and repaired by specially
trained service technicians who are
familiar with the safety and hygiene
aspects of the dispenser.
Observe safety instructions and
instructions for use on the pack
of the cleaning agent.
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The dispenser must be connected to
an electric circuit which is protected by
a fuse.
•
The dispenser may not be subject to
frost during operation, storage and
transport.
- In order to prevent damage due to
frost, the service technician must
completely drain the water from the
boiler prior to storage and transport
and must also remove any residual
water from hoses and valves.
- It is recommended to store and
transport the dispenser in its original
packaging.
- However, if there is the danger of
damage due to frost, the service
technician must check and replace
boiler, hoses and valves if required
prior to reconnecting the dispenser and
he should additionally carry out a
functional test.
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Technical data
TECHNICAL DATA
Dimensions:
Weight (CFT 013/014):
Weight (CFT 0361/0461):
Water connection:
Cold water connection:
for café cool (option)
Water filling capacity:
Beverage capacity:
Concentrate capacity:
Electrical data:
Electric connection:
Length of the power cable:
Acoustic emission:
General installation requirements:
Height: 780 mm (30.7 in)
Width: 320 mm (12.60 in)
Depth: 515 mm (20.28 in)
34.3 kg (75.5 lbs) (net weight), 50 kg (110 lbs) filled
29 kg (63.9 lbs) (net weight), 44 kg (97 lbs) filled
Drinking water line with stop valve. Connection to hot water supply via copper pipes only.
Supply system requirements:
Temperature:
max. 75 °C (167 °F)
Dynamic pressure:
min. 0.8 bar (11 psi) with 10l/min (2.64 US gal/min. / 2.20 UK gal/min.)
Static pressure:
max. 10 bar (140 psi)
Dynamic pressure:
min. 0.8 bar (11 psi) with 1.2 l/min (0.31 US gal/min. / 0.26 UK gal/min.)
Static pressure:
max. 7 bar (98 psi)
10 l (2.64 US gal / 2.20 UK gal) (pressureless boiler)
100 cups à 100 ml/hour (6.1 in3/hour) per kW heating capacity
Coffee, tea, milk or packs containing lactiferous beverages with a contents of
2 l (0.53 US gal / 0.44 UK gal) each
See the rating plate for the electrical data.
The adjustments might be changed by a service technician.
1-phase operation Europe/Japan/Australia
max. 3.5KW at 230V~ / 2.7KW at 200V~
3-phase operation Europe/Australia
max. 8.1KW at 3N~ 400V
1-phase operation USA
max. 1,8kW at 120V~
2-phase operation USA
max. 2,4/3,1kW at 208/240V~/2,9/3,8kW at 208/240V~
max. 4,4/5,8kW at 208/240V~ / 6,8/8,9kW at 208/240V~
Only by power cable and plug, otherwise a contact breaking device (min. 3mm) for all
poles must be installed. The dispenser is radioshielded acc. to EN 55014/VDE 0875,T14.
The connection must be earthed!
The installation of a fault current safety switch is recommended.
approx. 1.80m (5.9 ft)
The A-weighted sound pressure level of the dispenser is below 70 dB.
Height:
up to 2000 m (6562 ft)
Ambient temperature:
5 °C - max. 32 °C (41°F - max. 90°F)
Min. distance to the wall:
50 mm (1.997 in) (from backside of the machine)
The dispenser is protected against dripping water.
The dispenser is marked with the CE label. (Directive about electrical equipment of low voltage, directive about electromagnetic compatibility)
Subject to changes!
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Dispenser components
DISPENSER COMPONENTS/
FRONT (FIG. 1, 2)
4
1 - Brew basket
2 - Outlet spouts, right and left-hand side
5
3 - Cup stop, pot stop
4 - Cooling compartment cover
5 - Service panel
6
6 - Plexiglass panel
7 - Operating panel
8 - Hot water outlet
9 - Drip grid of the cup carrier
empty
coffee
xx
xx
p
sto
xx
xx
xx
xxx
ING
EW
BR
xxx
xx
xxxx
xx
x
xx
xx
coffee
x
x
xx
low temperature
stop
BREWING
coffee
empty
tea
7
tea
tea
10 - Cup carrier
11 - Drip grid
hot water
xxx
12- Drip tray
1
8
2
13- Foot-NSF
9
10
3
11
12
13
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2
5
Dispenser components
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24
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13
14 15 16
17 18 19
20
21
22 23
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3a
SERVICE PANEL COMPONENTS (FIG. 3)
13 - display
14 - LED: lights = dispenser ready
flashes = - Cooling compartment
temperature not
reached or
- the dispenser must
be cleaned or
- serious malfunction
(see chap.
Trouble shooting)
15 - push-button, mode
16 - push-button (+) for going through the
menu in the upward direction (increase
the values)
17 - push-button (-) for going through the
menu in the downward direction (decrease the values)
18 - ON/OFF button for switching the dispenser ON or OFF
19 - key switch with 3 positions: pos. 1, pos. 2
and neutral (= dispenser is ready).
Make sure that the cap of the switch
is not turned when the key was not
inserted completely.
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20 - bush for service device (Service Technician)
21 - rinse button, left-hand side
22 - rinse button, right-hand side
23 - rinse button
prior to delivering café cool
24 - key store place (cover) (Fig. 3a)
Make sure that the cover is not twisted
while opening it (fig. 3a).
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Dispenser components
1
2
low temperatur
empty
coffee
4
3
empty
tea
stop
7
tea
coffee
BREWING
coffee
tea
hot water
5
6
8
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OPERATING PANEL
COMPONENTS (FIG. 4)
1* - display for the flexi pack on the lefthand side (lights red when the flexi
pack is empty, flashes during a malfunction or when the dispenser must
be cleaned)
4 - delivery buttons for the left-hand side
5 - stop button (stops the delivery of
beverages and hot water)
6 - delivery button for hot water
2 - low temperature indicator for boiler, yellow
There is the possibility to have the
delivery of beverages blocked by a
service technician if the boiler
temperature is too low.
3* - display for the flexi pack on the righthand side (lights red when the
concentrate pack is empty, flashes during a malfunction or when the
dispenser must be cleaned)
7 - delivery buttons for the right-hand side
8 - brewing button (If the delivery is not
yet finished, the LED flashes.)
A large selection of various push
button covers is available.
The corresponding LED goes out if a flexi pack is replaced or if the dispenser is switched off and on (depends on the programming by
the service technician.)
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Dispenser components
DISPENSER COMPONENTS/
BACK (FIG. 5)
1,6
- LEDs (red):
shines
flashes
= empty flexi pack
= malfunction
or
the dispenser must
be cleaned
2
- advertising panel (optional)
3
- power cable connection
4
- water connection for the delivery of
café cool, iced cappuccino, iced
choco
5
- water connection
7
- LED (green) = ON/OFF button
- LED flashes = Cooling compartment
temperature not
reached
8
- air filter
1
6
7
2
8
3
8
4
5
5
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PUTTING INTO
OPERATION
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Open the water cock.
•
Plug in the power supply plug.
•
Open the cover of the cooling
compartment (fig 6).
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6
Switch on the dispenser with the ON/
OFF button (1). 'On' will be displayed.
(fig. 6)
If an accounting system is connected
the display shows "FREE" or "PAY".
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7
•
The low temperature indicator lights
yellow when the boiler is cold. When
the flexi pack is empty, the empty
indicator will light red, and the flexipack has to be replaced.
•
If necessary, switch the dispenser off
and on after replacing the flexi packs.
When the cooling compartment is too
warm for putting the dispenser into
operation, the warning message Code
8 will be displayed. The fault indication
will be displayed until the cooling
compartment has the correct
temperature, which can take a few
hours.
•
If the dispenser is in operation the
display shows alternating the cooling
temperature in degrees centigrade (A)
and the ON/OFF (B) status. (fig. 7)
•
If the dispenser has been out of
operation for a long period of time, put
a collecting vessel underneath the hot
water outlet, actuate the hot water
delivery button (1) and let at least 10 l
flow out before using the dispenser.
(fig. 8)
9
Operation
.
1
9
SWITCHING OFF THE
DISPENSER
•
Actuate the ON/OFF button (1) on the
service panel to switch off the
dispenser. (fig. 9)
The cooling system will continue to
operate.
•
If the dispenser will not be used for a
long period of time (e. g. at night or
during the weekend), close the water
cock. Do not pull out the power supply
plug because otherwise the cooling
system will not function any more.
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Operation
A
1
2
empty
coffee
Position 2
coffee
B
low temperatur
stop
empty
tea
tea
BREWING
coffee
tea
hot water
10
Front side
11
DELIVERY OF BEVERAGES
•
According to the customer's
requirements the dispenser can deliver
the beverages indicated in the chapter
Introduction.
•
Beverage delivery can be blocked by
means of the service panel:
Set the key switch to position 2:
Now you can select between:
bloc = delivery is blocked (boiler
and cooling system remain
switched on) (fig. 10A)
and
No bl = delivery is possible (fig. 10B)
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When the key switch is set to
the neutral position and the
dispenser is programed to
'bloc' this message will appear
on the display when the
dispenser is switched on.
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The cup carrier can be adjusted to the
required height by a service
technician.
It can even be swung up if the height
is still insufficient for the delivery. The
drip grid and the drip tray can be removed as well. (see also chapter Adjusting the cup or pot stop)
•
When the LEDs (1, 2) on the front and
back of the dispenser light red, the
corresponding flexipack is either not
installed or it is empty and has to be
replaced. (fig. 11)
When replacing the flexipack pay
particular attention to the
instructions on the packing of
coffee, tea, milk, and cocoa
containing beverages.
Insert the flexipack in such a way
that the left pack is guided at the
left side wall and the right pack is
guided at the right side wall.
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Operation
1
empty
coffee
coffee
low temperatur
stop
empty
tea
tea
BREWING
coffee
tea
hot water
Front side
12
DELIVERY MODES
•
Depending on how the dispenser has been
adjusted during installation, the mode for
the delivery of beverages and hot water
will be one of the following:
1) Delivery in portions:
The volume of a portion can be adjusted by a service technician. The
next beverage is only delivered when
- the delivery of the previous beverage
has been finished and
- the button for the previous beverage
has been released,
- the programmed pause is over and
- the button for the next beverage has
been pressed.
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2) Continuous delivery
The delivery is continued as long as
the corresponding delivery button is
pressed.
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The beverage delivery buttons and the
hot water button can be programmed
by our service technicians according to
the dispenser type.
3) Constantly repeated delivery in
portions
The delivery of a portioned quantity is
constantly repeated as long as the
corresponding delivery button is
pressed.
•
When pressing the stop button (1)
the delivery of beverages or hot water
will be interrupted at once. (fig. 12)
•
This description only refers to one
side. The delivery on the other side of
the dispenser can be carried out
independently - depending on the type
of beverages to be delivered.
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Operation
dispenser type
standard dispenser
(dispenser for 2 products)
beverages
left-hand side
coffee
decaf
coffee
tea
coffee
tea
café au lait
for delivery
- right-hand side
- coffee
- coffee
- decaf
- coffee
- tea
- tea
- coffee
dispenser type
beverages for delivery
left-hand side - right-hand side
standard dispenser with:
mixer, left-hand side
mixer
left and right-hand side
standard dispenser with:
hose adapter which allows the delivery
on the left-hand side to take place in
half the time*
coffee - coffee
*
espresso - coffee
hot chocolate - coffee
cappuccino - coffee
espresso
hot chocolate
café au lait*/milk
cappuccino*
cappuccino*
Espresschoc*
-
espresso
coffee / espresso
coffee
coffee
espresso
coffee
In this case deliveries on the left and right-hand side cannot be carried out simultaneously.
DELIVERY EXAMPLES
•
The delivery of a beverage is initiated
by simply pressing the corresponding
button.
The liquids delivered by the
dispenser are very hot. In order to
prevent scalds, take your hands
out of the delivery area.
•
Possible portion volumes (can be
adjusted by a service technician):
•
small cup
normal cup
It is possible to program the dispenser
so that it switches over automatically
to a larger beverage concentrate
reserve (2 x 2 l). This has to be done
by a service technician.
In this case
- both concentrates have to be the
same.
- the delivery takes place on the lefthand side only.
mug
glass
glass café cool
•
small pot
pot
For further delivery modes, especially
for milk and lactiferous beverages, and
portion sizes, please, ask your Service
Technician.
pump-action thermos flask
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Operation
A
1
13
2
B
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ADJUSTING THE CUP OR
POT STOP
•
•
Insert the stop (1) in the openings of
the cup carrier or mount it on the drip
grip. (fig. 13)
Adjust the stop (1) according to the
size of the cup or pot, so that its
centre is positioned underneath the
outlet. (fig. 13)
•
The cup carrier can be adjusted
vertically.
downwards:
press with the thumb in the recess (2)
against the notch locking and push the
support downwards.
(Fig. 14A)
•
When the support is in the required
position, the cup carrier must be
locked. (Fig. 15)
upwards:
hold the support on both sides and
push it upwards. (Fig. 14B)
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Operation
1
empty
coffee
coffee
low temperatur
stop
empty
tea
tea
BREWING
coffee
tea
hot water
3
Position 2
Position 1
Position neutral
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COUNTER DISPLAY
(if this function has been programmed
by a Service Technician)
•
If an accounting system is connected
the display shows 'PAY' or 'FREE'.
•
The counter displays the number of
delivered portions for each delivery
button and for the hot water delivery
button separately.
•
By pressing the 'Mode' button (3) the
following menus can be called up
consecutively: 'Free' or 'Pay', 'Cnt F'
and 'Cnt P'. (fig. 16)
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RESETTING THE COUNTER
•
(if this function has been programmed
by a Service Technician)
To finish programming, turn the key switch
to the neutral position and remove it.
•
The counter can be reset when
"Cnt F" or "Cnt P" is indicated in the
display.
•
By activating the stop button (1) and
the corresponding delivery button the
counter can be separately reset for
each individual delivery button. (fig. 17)
•
To finish programming, turn the key switch
to the neutral position and remove it.
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Operation
1 2 3
Position 1
1
•
Turn the key switch to position 1.
(fig. 18)
•
The display shows =
present state of the delivery mode:
"FREE" or PAY"
"
(fig. 18).
To change the adjustment: Press
button (2) = + or (3) = -
•
If the key switch is left in position 1,
free beverages will be delivered for all
buttons until the key switch is returned
to its original position and removed
from the dispenser.
•
To finish programming, turn the key switch
to the neutral position and remove it.
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1
19
18
PROGRAMMING THE DELIVERY
MODE 'FREE' OR 'PAY'
Position 1
Position 1
20
READING OUT THE COUNTER
(if this function has been programmed
by a Service Technician)
•
Leave the key switch in position 1.
Actuate the the 'Mode' button (1)
The display shows: "Cnt F". (fig. 19)
Press the corresponding delivery
button and the number of delivered
free portions for this button will be
displayed.
•
Leave the key switch in position 1.
(fig. 20)
Press the 'Mode' button (1). (fig. 20)
The display shows: "Cnt P".
Press the corresponding delivery
button and the number of paid
delivered portions for this button will
be displayed.
•
To finish programming, turn the key switch
to the neutral position and remove it.
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Operation
A
Display
Display
1r150
1L150
empty
coffee
2L150
coffee
low temperatur
stop
empty
tea
BREWING
coffee
Position 2
tea
2r150
B
tea
hot water
1 2 3
Position 1
3L150
t 050
3r150
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21
BLOCKING THE BEVERAGE
DELIVERY
SETTING OF PRICES
(possible for certain paying systems)
•
•
•
Leave the key switch in postion 1.
Actuate the 'Mode' button (1). (fig. 21)
The display will show ''Price'.
•
•
Now you can enter the price for each
button.
Actuate the corresponding delivery
button (fig. 22):
If, for example, you actuate the top
left button the display shows:
'1L150'. 150 = price
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•
Changing the price:
Actuate the button (2) = + or (3) = –
(fig. 21)
•
Set the key switch to position 2.
•
The display will show the current setting
'bloc' or 'No bl'. (fig. 23)
Setting range: from 000 = free delivery
to max. 250.
For the display of all other buttons
refer to fig. 22.
•
'bloc' =
To finish programming, turn the key
switch to the neutral position and
remove it.
•
Changing the setting:
Actuate the button (2) = + or (3) = –
(fig. 21)
•
To finish programming, turn the key switch
to the neutral position and remove it.
'No bl' =
Delivery is blocked
The dispenser remains
switched on
Beverage delivery is possible
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Operation
low temperatur
empty
2 3
L1
coffee
L2
coffee
Position 2
L3
empty
tea
stop
tea
BREWING
coffee
tea
hot water
R1
R2
R3
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CHANGING THE BEVERAGE STRENGTH (COFFEE, DECAF, TEA AND COCOA)
(not for milk)
(if the function has been programmed
by a Service Technician).
•
Example:
L1 20 = upper button on the left side
= set ratio = 1:20
•
If you want to change the beverage
strength by more than ±5%, call a
Service Technician.
•
For the numbering of the buttons see
fig. 25.
•
To finish programming, turn the key switch
to the neutral position and remove it.
•
To change the adjustment:
Press the button (2) = + or (3) = -
•
The beverage strength can be
changed by ±5%.
•
The beverage strength can be
changed individually for each delivery
button.
(ratio = concentrate-water ratio)
•
•
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Turn the key switch to position 2 =
programming position. (fig. 24)
Actuate the 'Mode' button (1) until the
display shows "RATIO".
Press the corresponding delivery
button and the value for this button will
be displayed.
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Operation
1
Position 2
2 3
Position 2
26
27
PROGRAMMING THE TIME
•
•
Turn the key switch to position 2.
(fig. 26)
Actuate the 'Mode' button (1) until the
display shows "CLOC".
Press the 'Mode' button (1) again if
you want to programm one of the
following functions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
•
After 1 sec. the time will be displayed.
•
Example: 20.54 h (fig. 27)
To change the time by 1 minute:
Press button (2) = + or (3) = -
•
Press button (2) or (3) continuously to
change the time quickly. (fig. 27)
•
To finish programming, turn the key switch
to the neutral position and remove it.
Time (hours and minutes)
Date
Happy hours
Energy saving programme
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Operation
Day Month
2 3
Position 2
2 3
Position 2
28
29
PROGRAMMING THE DATE
•
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Turn the key switch to position 2.
(fig. 28)
Actuate the 'Mode' button (1) until the
display shows "DATE".
•
After 1 sec. the date will be displayed.
•
To change the date by one step:
Press button (2) = + or (3) = -
•
Press button (2) or (3) continuously to
change the date quickly. (fig. 29)
•
To finish programming, turn the key switch
to the neutral position and remove it.
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Operation
1
Position 2
2 3
Position 2
30
1 2 3
Position 2
31
32
PROGRAMMING HAPPY HOURS
•
If an accounting system is installed, it
is possible to program 3 different
happy hours, i. e. periods during which
all beverages are delivered free.
•
Turn the key switch to position 2.
(fig. 30)
Press the 'mode' button (1) until the
display shows: "HAP1S"
After 1 sec. the beginning of the first
'happy hour' is displayed.
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•
Example: 19-00 h (fig. 31)
To change the time by 1 minute:
Press button (2) = + or (3) = -
•
Press button (2) or (3) continuously to
change the time quickly. (fig. 31)
•
Press the 'Mode' button (1) to have
the end of the first 'happy hour'
displayed: "HAP1E" (fig. 32)
To change the adjustment:
Press button (2) = + or (3) = -
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Operation
1
1 2 3
Position 2
Position 2
34
33
•
Press the 'Mode' button (1).
Display: "HAP2S"
After 1 sec. the beginning of the
second 'happy hour' is displayed.
(fig. 33)
To change the adjustment:
Press button (2) = + or (3) = -
•
•
•
22
1 2 3
Position neutral
35
Press the 'Mode' button (1) to have
the end of the second 'happy hour'
displayed: "HAP2E" (fig. 34)
•
If a beverage is delivered during the
'happy hours' the display shows
"HAPPY". (fig. 35)
To change the adjustment:
Press button (2) = + or (3) = -
•
If no accounting system is connected the
display shows "ON".
To finish programming, turn the key
switch to the neutral position and
remove it.
If a third 'happy hour' is to be programmed
the display shows "HAP3S".
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Operation
1 2 3
Position 2
1 2 3
4
Position 2
36
37
PROGRAMMING THE ENERGY
SAVING PROGRAMME
During the energy saving programme the heating of the boiler
is switched off (e.g. when the
dispenser is not used for a longer period).
The cooling system remains on.
Keep in mind that the boiler
needs a certain time for heating
up after the energy saving programme has finished.
•
The water cock must remain open.
•
Turn the key switch to position 2.
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•
•
To change the adjustment:
Press button (2) = + or (3) = -
Press the 'Mode' button (1) until the
display shows "EN S". After 1 sec. the
beginning of the energy saving
programme is displayed. (fig. 36)
•
To finish programming, turn the key switch
to the neutral position and remove it.
To change the adjustment:
Press button (2) = + or (3) = -
•
Press the ON/OFF (4) switch to stop
the energy saving programme for one
period. In this case the delivery of
beverages will not be interrupted.
(fig. 37)
Press the 'Mode' button (1) and
"EN E" will be displayed.
After 1 sec. the end of the energy
saving programme is displayed.
(fig. 37)
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Operation
Position
neutral
Position 2
38
39
FINISHING THE PROGRAMMING
•
As long as the energy saving
programme is running the display
shows "E-OFF".
•
When the period for the energy saving
programme is over the dispenser is
switched on automatically.
The display shows: "ON", resp. "PAY"
or "FREE".
•
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•
The key switch is in position 2.
(fig. 39)
•
Turn the key switch to the neutral
position. (fig. 38)
•
Remove the switch only in the neutral
position. (fig. 38)
Take care to change all
programmed data in time when the
time is changed from summer to
winter or from winter to summer
time and in leap years.
All programmed data remain
stored if the power supply is
interrupted!
If the ON/OFF button has been set to
OFF during the energy saving
programme, the dispenser is not
switched on automatically.
The display shows: "OFF"
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01.2003
Options
Options
Mixer
Water tank
Kit 'café cool'
Kit high volume
Drainage kit
Advertising panel,
back
Various spouts
Function
Producing foam on a beverage (espresso,
cappuccino and café creme)
Delivery of beverages independent of the
water system
Delivery of "café cool", "iced cappuccino"
"iced choco"
Delivery on the left-hand side twice as
fast
as on the right-hand side
Automatic drainage of drip tray and boiler
overflow
Transparent foil for customer related
advertisements
Adaptation of the delivery height to
specific cups/pots
Options
Coin/card module
Filter cloth with
cover
Lock in cooling
compartment cover
Table fastening
Foot extender
Water stop valve
Carber sponge
Function
Payment activates beverage delivery
Cover for water and mains connection if
the supply lines are led through the table
Lockable cooling compartment
Attaching the dispenser to a table device
Greater distance between dispenser and
table
Overflow protection when the supply line
is faulty
Collection of lime contained in the boiler water
OPTIONS
VERSION WITH TANK
•
•
If no water connection is provided or
the quality of the drinking water is
bad, our service technicians can equip
your dispenser with an additional tank
which allows to fill in the water
manually.
To fill the dispenser:
Plug the power supply plug into the
socket.
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•
Switch on the ON/OFF button to fill
the boiler.
While the boiler is filled, take care that
there is always enough water in the
water tank.
If the water quantity in the boiler is
insufficient, fault ERR5 is
displayed.
The fault indication is cleared by
pulling the power supply plug out
off the socket and plugging it in
once again after approx. 2 - 3 sec.
Use only drinking water for filling
the tank.
Replace the water daily.
If a tank is installed, it is not
possible to deliver beverages on
both sides simultaneously.
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2
41
40
VERSION FOR THE DELIVERY
OF CAFÉ COOL
Check the drinking water quality
prior to the delivery of café cool.
Observe the rules and
regulations of the country where
the dispenser is installed.
•
•
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Rinse the dispenser once to clear
water from the dispenser's pipes prior
to delivering café cool - especially
when the dispenser has not been used
for a longer period of time (e.g. over
night or during the weekend).
Place a container (capacity 200 ml)
underneath the right outlet. (fig. 40)
•
To carry out rinsing simultaneously
actuate the buttons (1) and (2) on the
service panel. (fig. 41)
•
Each actuation of the buttons produces
one portioned delivery (150 ml).
Remarks on the delivery of café
cool:
•
For the delivery of café cool the
dispenser must have been changed
over by a Service Technician.
•
The concentrate (flexi pack) for café
cool must be inserted on the right
side.
It is also possible to deliver "iced
cappuccino" or "iced choco". Ask
the service technician for the
required dispenser configuration.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
•
Before starting to clean the dispenser,
switch off the ON/OFF button.
Observe the instructions for cleaning
on the dispenser.
•
All works listed in the schedule below
must be carried out at the given
intervals because otherwise the
guarantee will be null and void.
•
Before starting to clean the dispenser,
read the corresponding sections in
these operating instructions so that
you can carry out the works properly.
When cleaning the dispenser, keep in
mind that there is the danger of being
injured by sharp edges.
Never plunge the dispenser into water
or clean it under running water. Simply
clean it with a wet cloth.
•
Use a cleaning agent approved by the
food industry and recommended by
your Cafitesse supplier only.
Observe safety instructions and
instructions for use on the pack
of the cleaning agent.
Do not use any scouring agents for
cleaning.
•
To clean the box and the combi-trough
only use a cleaning agent approved by
the food industry.
•
We recommend to have a large
bucket/container ready when cleaning
the cup carrier, the brew basket and
the drip tray.
Make sure that all components are
installed correctly after cleaning.
When replacing the flexi pack pay
particular attention to the
instructions on the packing of
coffee, tea, milk, and cocoa
containing beverages.
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Interval
Type of work
Daily cleaning
after finishing beverage delivery
Replace the box and combi-trough *
Clean the kit high volume (option)
Clean the cup carrier
Clean the drip grid and the drip tray
Carry out rinsing operation
At least weekly
after finishing beverage delivery
(depending on how dirty, more often)
Clean the cooling compartment
Clean the brew basket
Clean the housing
*
The box and combi-trough are available as an exchange kit and can be cleaned in a dish washer.
It is not safe to put the other parts in a dish washer
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DAILY CLEANING
COMBI-TROUGH (MODEL WITHOUT MIXING UNIT)
•
Once every day the message 'clean'
will appear on the display.
The ON/OFF LED (1) flashes. After
another 4 hours delivery is blocked.
The ON/OFF LED and the 'empty'
LEDs start flashing (fig. 42).
The message 'clean' appears 4
hours before the
programmmed rinsing time.
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43
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•
Open the cooling compartment (fig. 43)
•
Switch off the dispenser with the ON/
OFF button (2). (fig. 42)
•
Follow the cleaning sequence
described here.
•
Remove the brew basket. Press the
push buttons to the right and left of
the brew basket together. Then the
brew basket can be removed from
below. (fig. 44)
It is recommended, to have a
combi-trough readily available
that has already been cleaned in
a dishwasher, so that the combitrough has simply to be replaced.
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1
1
2
1
45
46
47
DAILY CLEANING
COMBI-TROUGH (MODEL WITHOUT MIXING UNIT)
The combi-trough (1) is held by
magnets. (fig. 45)
When cleaning the combi-trough
do not bring into close contact with
magnetic cards or credit cards as
this can invalidate them.
•
*)
Carefully remove the combi-trough (1).
(fig. 45)
When the combi-trough has been
removed, cleaned and reinserted
the display will show 'Flush'. The
ON/OFF LED (1) and the 'empty
LEDs start flashing. (fig. 46)
For hygienic reasons clean the
combi-trough at 60°C in the dishwasher.
Make sure that the diaphragm (2)
is not damaged during cleaning
(fig. 47).
● If no dishwasher is available:
Soak the combi trough for 15 minutes
in warm water with cleaning agent*),
rinse it with warm water and dry with
a paper towel.
Use a cleaning agent approved by the food industry and recommended by your Cafitesse supplier only.
Observe safety instructions and instructions for use on the pack of the cleaning agent.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
with 1 mixing unit
A
1
1
4
2
with 2 mixing units
1
B
3
4
49
48
50
COMBI-TROUGH (MODEL WITH MIXING UNIT)
The combi-trough (1) is held by
magnets. (fig. 48A)
When cleaning the combi-trough
(1) do not bring into close contact
with magnetic cards or credit cards
as this can invalidate them.
(fig. 48A)
•
Carefully pull the lever (3) downwards.
(fig. 49)
•
Carefully remove the combi-trough (1).
(fig. 48A)
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When the combi-trough has been
removed, cleaned and reinserted
the display will show 'Flush'. The
ON/OFF LED (2) and the 'empty
LEDs start flashing. (fig. 48B)
For hygienic reasons clean the
combi-trough and the delivery
spouts at 60°C in the dish-washer.
Make sure that the diaphragm (4)
is not damaged during cleaning.
(fig. 50)
It is recommended, to have a
combi-trough readily available
that has already been cleaned in
a dishwasher, so that the combitrough has simply to be replaced.
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1
3
2
51
TROUGH BOX
It is recommended, to have a combitrough readily available that has
already been cleaned in a dishwasher, so that the combi-trough
has simply to be replaced.
Do not insert the box at an angle
as the hooks (3) could be broken
off. (fig. 51)
For hygienic reasons clean the
combi-trough at 60°C in the dishwasher.
•
If no dishwasher is available:
Soak the trough box for 15 minutes in
warm water with cleaning agent*),
rinse it with warm water and dry with
a paper towel.
•
Rotate the sash fastener (1) to the
side. (fig. 51)
•
Remove the box (2) by carefully
pulling it downwards out of the motor
housing. (fig. 51)
*)
Use a cleaning agent approved by the food industry and recommended by your Cafitesse supplier only.
Observe safety instructions and instructions for use on the pack of the cleaning agent.
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Make especially sure that the
troughs are thoroughly cleaned
when delivering cocoa containing
beverages.
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4
2
3
5
2
52
53
54
MOUNTING THE COMBI-TROUGH AND TROUGH BOX
•
Mount the parts in the following order:
1. Insert the trough box (4).
(fig. 53)
2. Correctly close the sash fastener (5).
(fig. 54)
3. Install the combi-trough (2) with the
diaphragm and the outlet pipes from
below into the trough box (if a mixing
unit is installed, pull the lever (3) up)
(fig. 52, 53).
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Make sure when mounting that
- the trough box is correctly notched
into the motor housing
- the combi-trough is correctly
attached to the magnets
- the lever is correctly notched in
- the brew basket is correctly
inserted
When the combi-trough has not been
installed correctly an error message
appears (ERR 23).
The dispenser then switches itself
off.
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CUP CARRIER
DRIP GRID
DRIP TRAY
•
Remove the drip grid (1) of the cup
carrier. (Fig. 55)
•
Remove the drip grid (1). (Fig. 56)
•
Pull the drip tray (3) towards the front.
(Fig. 57)
•
•
Withdraw the cup carrier (2) towards
the top. (Fig. 55)
Remove the support (2) for the drip
grid. (Fig. 56)
•
•
Soak the drip grid and the cup carrier
for 15 minutes in a container filled with
warm water and cleaning agent*).
Soak the drip grid and the support for
15 minutes in a container filled with
warm water and cleaning agent*).
Soak the drip tray for for 15 minutes in
a container filled with warm water and
cleaning agent*).
•
Afterwards rinse the cup carrier, the
two drip grids, the support and the drip
tray in clear water and dry them with a
paper towel.
•
*)
Use a cleaning agent approved by the food industry and recommended by your Cafitesse supplier only.
Observe safety instructions and instructions for use on the pack of the cleaning agent.
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58
RINSING THE DISPENSER
•
•
•
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Switch on the dispenser. Wait until the
dispenser has heated up.
Put one vessel (with a capacity of
approx. 2 l) underneath both outlets.
(fig. 58)
The display shows 'Flush' and the ON/
OFF LED (4) and the 'empty' LEDs
flash when the dispenser must be
rinsed. The rinsing time can be
programmed by the service technician.
(fig. 59)
•
•
Delivery is blocked if the rinsing
process is not carried out within 4
hours.
If the dispenser is rinsed and cleaned
4 hours before the programmed time
no message will be displayed.
Keep your hands and other parts
of the body out of the delivery
area.
There is an increased risk of being
scalded by hot water.
•
•
•
Simultaneously actuate the 'Mode' button
(1) and one of the following buttons:
button (2): to rinse the left-hand side.
(fig. 59)
and then
button (3): to rinse the right-hand
side. (fig. 59)
Rinsing is done as a portioned
delivery (1,5 l).
If the stop button is activated during
the rinsing process, the rinsing process
must be repeated.
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1
2
3
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CLEANING THE KIT HIGH VOLUME (OPTION)
•
Switch off the dispenser with the ON/
OFF button.
•
Remove the brew basket (see fig. 44)
and pull the hose out of the left outlet.
•
Push the locking plate (1) back.
(fig. 60)
•
Remove the coupling (2) with the hose
(3). (fig. 60)
*)
Use a cleaning agent approved by the food industry and recommended by your Cafitesse supplier only.
Observe safety instructions and instructions for use on the pack of the cleaning agent.
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•
Soak the coupling and the hose for at
least 15 minutes in a container with
warm water and cleaning agent*). Then
rinse them in clear water and dry them
with a paper towel.
•
Then clean the combi-trough and the
trough box.
•
Mounting is done in the reverse order.
•
Then execute a rinsing cycle on the
left side. (see 'Rinsing the dispenser')
During mounting make sure that
the coupling (2) and the hose (3)
are correctly positioned in the
locking plate (1). (fig. 60)
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1
61
62
63
CLEANING THE WATER TANK (OPTION)
The water tank must never be
subjected directly to sunlight.
•
Switch off the device by means of the
main switch.
The kit water tank must only be
applied as a temporary and not
as a permanent installation.
•
Unscrew the closure of the water tank.
(Fig. 61)
•
Remove the pump unit (1). (Fig. 62)
•
Clean the pump unit by means of a
soft brush and rinse it several times.
The water tank must be filled
with new drinking water every
day.
The pumps in the tank must
always be covered with water.
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•
Empty the water tank, rinse it twice
with hot drinking water and fill it with
drinking water. (19 l)
Fill the tank with cold drinking
water only (max. 30°C).
Observe local regulations
regarding the drinking water
quality.
•
Insert the pump unit into the water
tank and close it with the closure.
Make sure that the hoses are not
bent.
•
Switch on the device and check the
correct functioning.
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65
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WEEKLY CLEANING
COOLING COMPARTMENT
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The combi-trough, the trough box
and the brew basket must be
mounted.
•
Place a container (each containing
approx. 2 l) under both the outlets.
(fig. 65)
•
Fill 0.5 l of warm water containing
cleaning agent*) into a measuring jug
then pour it slowly into the cooling
compartment. (fig. 66)
•
Open the cover for the cooling
compartment (1). (fig. 64)
•
Switch the dispenser off with the
ON/OFF-button (2). (fig. 64)
•
Remove the flexipacks.
*)
Use a cleaning agent approved by the food industry and recommended by your Cafitesse supplier only.
Observe safety instructions and instructions for use on the pack of the cleaning agent.
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.
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warm
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69
BREW BASKET
•
Fill the measuring jug with warm
water.
Slowly pour the water into the cooling
compartment. (fig. 67)
•
Empty the 2l containers.
•
Dry the cooling compartment with a
paper towel.
•
Reinsert the flexi packs.
'Code 8' is shown on the display
when hot water and cleaning
agent is poured into the cooling
compartment. (fig. 68 A)
•
•
*)
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If the cooling compartment has not
been cleaned for more than 180 h
'sanit' appears in the display. The ON/
OFF LED (2) flashes. After another 4
hours delivery is blocked. The ON/OFF
LED (2) and the 'empty' LEDs start
flashing. (fig. 68 B)
The complete cleaning process must
be carried out.
•
Remove the brew basket. Press the
push buttons on the left and right of
the brew basket together. Then the
brew basket can be removed from
below. (fig. 69)
•
Soak the brew basket in a container
holding hot water and special
Cafitesse cleaning agent for at least
15 min. Afterwards rinse with clear
water and dry with a paper towel.
•
Subsequently carry out the daily
cleaning.
Use a cleaning agent approved by the food industry and recommended by your Cafitesse supplier only.
Observe safety instructions and instructions for use on the pack of the cleaning agent.
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Trouble shooting
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Clearing simple faults
•
Normally, the troubles listed below can
be cleared by the operators of the
dispensers themselves. Thus our
service technicians will be brought into
action only when it is necessary.
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•
You should call a Service Technician
when the fault numbers 2, 3, 4, 6, 7,
9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 20,
22, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34 or 35 are
displayed.
If ERR 22 is shown in the display,
leakage problems may be the
reason. Danger of slipping because
of drained water!
Close the water cock and call a
Service Technician.
With error numbers 6 and 7 the
cooling sytem is inoperative.
Remove the flexi packs from the
dispenser and store them in a
refrigerator.
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Trouble shooting
FAULT/DISPLAY
Dispenser does not work
a) no deliveries/no indications
CAUSE
REMEDY
- Power supply interrupted (power supply plug,
fuse, fault current safety switch).
- Check the power supply plug, fuse or fault current
safety switch.
b) no deliveries/indications
- Dispenser not switched on (ON/OFF button).
- Key switch not in neutral position.
- Press the ON/OFF button.
- Turn the key switch to the neutral position.
c) no beverage delivery
when connected to a
payment system
- Not enough credit on the card or too little
money inserted.
- Payment system is defective
- Increase credit on card or insert enough money.
- Inform service technician.
Only delivery of water
- Flexipack inserted improperly.
- Dosing tube positioned improperly in the slotted
hole of the pack.
- Insert the flexipack properly or replace it.
- Position the dosing tube properly.
No deliveries
"Empty" indicator lights up
- Flexipack empty.
- Replace the flexipack, switch the dispenser off and
on if necessary.
ERR5 is displayed on
the service panel
- Not enough water in the boiler or water level
reached too late.
- Check whether the water cock is completely open.
Pull out the power supply plug and plug it in once
again after approx. 2 - 3 sec. Call a Service
Technician if the fault could not be cleared.
Code 8 is displayed on
the service panel
- The cooling compartment is just being cleaned.
- The dispenser is ready for operation when the
cleaning process is completed and the correct
cooling compartment temperature has been
reached.
- Wait until the temperature has been reached, then
the fault will be cleared automatically.
- Close the cooling compartment cover.
- Check the distance to the wall (min. 50 mm).
Check whether the air supply is sufficient.
- Call a Service Technician.
- Temperature too high because flexipack has
not been stored in a refrigerator.
- Cooling compartment cover not closed.
- Dispenser installed too near to the wall.
- Air channel, blower or air filter dirty / defective.
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Trouble shooting
FAULT/DISPLAY
CAUSE
REMEDY
Display shows 'clean'
(the ON/OFF LED and
the 'empty' LEDs are
flashing)
- The combi-trough has not been cleaned
- Remove the combi-trough, carry out the cleaning
process and rinse the dispenser
Display shows 'sanit' (the
ON/OFF LED and the
'empty' LEDs are
flashing).
Delivery is blocked
- The cooling compartment has not been cleaned
for more than 184 hours
- Clean the cooling compartment
Display shows 'Flush'
(the ON/OFF LED and
the 'empty' LEDs are
flashing)
- 'clean' has been displayed and the combitrough has been removed
- Clean the combi-trough and the trough box, then
rinse the dispenser (if the dispenser is not cleaned
within 4 hours the delivery is blocked)
Display shows 'bloc'
- The beverage delivery has been blocked
- Change the programming by means of the service
panel
ERR15 is displayed
on the service panel
- Diaphragm sluggish
- Clean combi-trough (see chapter 'Maintenance').
If the malfunction cannot be cleared call a Service
Technician.
ERR19 is
displayed on the
service panel
- Sluggish left mixer
- Carry out the rinsing operation on the left hand
side (see chapter 'Maintenance'). If the malfunction
cannot be cleared call a Service Technician.
ERR21 is
displayed on the
service panel
- Sluggish right mixer
- Carry out the rinsing operation on the right hand
side (see chapter 'Maintenance'). If the malfunction
cannot be cleared call a Service Technician.
ERR23 is displayed
on the service panel
- Combi-trough has not been mounted correctly
- Mount combi-trough correctly.
If the malfunction cannot be cleared call a Service
Technician.
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