Essential Pro
The following Manual refers to the
following models: Essential Basic ·
Essential Pro · Versatile Pro
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Sólo ZUMEX le ofrece:
Un sistema de exprimido original y la tecnología antibacterías ASP.
ORIGINAL SYSTEM
Sistema de exprimido original patentado por ZUMEX.
Los tambores de exprimido extraen la máxima cantidad de zumo evitando el contacto
con la corteza y garantizando su mejor calidad, sabor e higiene.
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ASP
La primera generación de exprimidoras con tecnología antibacterias exclusiva.
ZUMEX ASP es la única tecnología antibacterias basada en los iones de plata que
inhibe el crecimiento de bacterias entre lavado y lavado garantizando una protección
extra eficaz y duradera.
www.zumexasp.com
Con la presencia de humedad...
ZUMEX ASP emite iones de plata.
Aditivo antimicrobiano
Ion de plata
Los iones son atraídos hacia las bacterias...
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y se unen a su enzima molecular provocando
su extinción definitiva.
Bacteria
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Diagrams with parts: Basic
9
10
8
7
6
5
4
3
11
2
12
13
1
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6
14
16
Diagrams with parts: Basic
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Diagrams with parts: Essential Pro
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8
9
7
5
4
3
2
10
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Diagrams with parts: Essential Pro
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Diagrams with parts: Versatile Pro
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18
9
8
7
5
4
3
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16
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Diagrams with parts: Versatile Pro
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ZUMEX ESSENTIAL BASIC
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
ZUMEX ESSENTIAL PRO
Fig. 4
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Fig. 3
ZUMEX VERSATILE PRO
Fig. 5
Essential Basic · Essential Pro · Versatile Pro
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Fig. 6
Fig. 7
Frutas
Fig. 8
Fig. 10
Fig. 9
Fig. 11A
Fig. 12A
Fig. 12B
Fig. 13
90º
Essential Pro · Versatile Pro
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Electrical Diagram Essential Pro
CIRCUITO IR
IR CIRCUIT
BOTONERA
kEYBOARD
MOTOR
MOTOR
DETECTOR CUBETA ZUMO
DETECTOR JUICE CONTAINER
DETECTOR GRIFO
DETECTOR FAUCET
CIRCUITO DE MANIOBRA
CONTROL CIRCUIT
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TOMA DE TIERRA
GROUND
Electrical Diagram
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Electrical Diagram Versatile Pro
BOTONERA
kEYBOARD
MOTOR
MOTOR
DETECTOR CUBETA ZUMO
DETECTOR JUICE CONTAINER
DETECTOR GRIFO
DETECTOR FAUCET
CIRCUITO DE MANIOBRA
CONTROL CIRCUIT
TOMA DE TIERRA
GROUND
Electrical Diagram
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36 Original System
ENGLISH
íNDICE GENERAL
37 ASP
7 Figures
10 Details
12 Electric Diagram
38 Important General Information
39 Technical Features
40 Warranty
41 Usage Instructions
41 General description
42 Preparation
43 Operation
50 Cleaning
52 Fault detection
54 CE Declaration of Conformity
Zumex reserves the right to modify the information
contained in this manual without prior notice.
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ZUMEX offers:
A Original squeezing system and Technology antibacterial ASP.
ORIGINAL SYSTEM
Original squeezing system patented by ZUMEX.
The rotating squeezing units extract the maximum amount of juice preventing their
contact with the cortex and thus ensuring better quality, taste and hygiene.
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ASP
The first generation of orange juicers with exclusive antibacterial technology.
ZUMEX ASP is a unique antibacterial technology based on silver ions that inhibit
bacterial growth between washes providing extra-effective protection and durability.
www.zumexasp.com
Under moist conditions...
ZUMEX ASP delivers silver ions.
Anti Microbial Additive
Silver Ion
Bacteries are attracted by the ions...
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and they join its molecular enzyme, causing
its permanent disappearance.
Bacteria
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Important General Information
· New model Zumex Essential Pro and Zumex Versatile Pro
- New touch control configuration: more user-friendly
- 23 languages to choose from.
- Anti-drip tap
· The specific particulars about your Zumex juicer (voltage, frequency and other data of
interest) are stated on the Identification Label on the machine itself.
· Remember that for any technical consultation you should get in touch with your
usual Distributor/ Official Technical Assistance Service, always stating the Serial
number of the machine’s Identification Label.
· Before cleaning the machine or carrying out any maintenance, always turn it off at
the mains.
· In Spain Zumex adopts the measures required to ensure that the machines put
into the market are subject to selective collecti0on and have correct environmental
management. Please get in touch with your authorised Zumex distributor to dispose
of these machines correctly.
· This appliance is not designed for use by people (including children) whose physical,
sensorial or mental abilities are reduced or who lack experience or knowledge unless
they have had supervision or instructions about the use of the appliance by someone
responsible for their safety.
If you have any suggestion or comment to improve our machines or service network,
please get in touch with Zumex directly at the address below:
ZUMEX GROUP S.A
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Technical Features
Essential Basic Essential Pro
Oranges per
minute:
Versatile Pro
Podium
22
22
22
Dimensions (cm):
47 x 50 x 88 cm
47 x 50 x 75 cm
47 x 55 x 85 cm
47,5 x 58 x 80 cm
Net Weight (Kg):
45 Kg
45 Kg
54 Kg
33 Kg
280W for
220-240V 50-60 Hz
280W for
220-240V 50-60 Hz
280W for
220-240V 50-60 Hz
320W for
115V 60 Hz
320W for
115V 60 Hz
320W for
115V 60 Hz
IPX4
IPX4
IPX4
Lower than
70 dB (A).
Lower than
70 dB (A).
Lower than
70 dB (A).
Power:
Protection:
Sound pressure
level:
Safety:
Dual magnetic safety Dual magnetic safety Dual magnetic safety
sensor. Electronic
sensor. Electronic
sensor. Electronic
motor protection.
motor protection.
motor protection.
Maximum size
of fruit:
Up to 81 mm
Up to 81 mm
Up to 81 mm
(between 65 and
(between 65 and
(between 65 and
78mm recommended) 78mm recommended) 78mm recommended)
Anti-drip system
NO
YES
YES
English
Technical Features
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Warranty
Scope of the warranty: This machine is guaranteed for a period of two years
against any complaint owing to faults in materials or construction which
hinder their smooth operation as long as the interior or mechanisms have
not been interfered with. The items set out below are excluded from the
present warranty.
Exclusions: Labour, transport, parts deteriorated by natural wear and tear
owing to use, as well as any damages resulting from misuse or incorrect installation and malfunctions caused by force majeure.
Any handling of the machine identification label makes the present Warranty
null and void. Furthermore, in view of the fact that only Official Technical
Assistance Service staff are qualified to repair this machine, this warranty will
be null and void if anyone else interferes with it.
When contacting our Technical Service, you must mention the SERIAL No. of
the Identification Label.
Replacement of original parts
Zumex recommends the use of Zumex spare parts and accessories for keeping the
machine in perfect condition. These parts have been expressly adapted for your type
of machine and have been subjected to our strict controls ensuring their reliability;
safety and quality meet demanding standards by Zumex.
All of our original spare parts have a guarantee of 3 months.
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Usage Instructions
General Description
Zumex Essential Basic
Zumex Essential Pro
Zumex Versatile Pro
1 Fume juice container
2 Filter container
3 Zumex cover
4 Lower pressing unit
5 Upper pressing unit
6 Orange peel buckets
7 Right peel ejector
8 Fastener support cap
9 Button rubber protection
10 Blade holder
11 Feeder tube kit
12 Cover catch
13 Left peel ejector
14 Glass holder filter
15 Glass holder tray
16 Plastic knob
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
Juice container
Filter container
Zumex cover
Lower pressing unit
Upper pressing unit
Orange, silver or graphite
peel bucket
7 Right peel ejector
8 Fastener support cap
9 Blade holder
10 Feeder tube kit
11 Cover catch
12 Left peel ejector
13 Glass holder filter
14 Glass holder tray
15 Plastic securing knob
16 Complete faucet kit
17 Faucet button
18 Sleeve
Juice container
Filter container
Zumex cover
Lower pressing unit
Upper pressing unit
Orange, silver or graphite
peel bucket
7 Right peel ejector
8 Fastener support cap
9 Blade holder
10 Feeder tube kit
11 Cover catch
12 Left peel ejector
13 Glass holder filter
14 Glass holder tray
15 Plastic securing knob
16 Complete faucet kit
17 Faucet button
18 Sleeve
19 Dish base
20 Dish kit
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Preparation
To start squeezing you must follow the steps below:
Step 1 Unpack your juicer and place it on a surface as horizontal as possible.
Step 2 Ensure that the mains power falls within the margins indicated on the Identification Label of the machine which you will find both on the cover page of this
manual as well as on the machine itself.
Step 3 Place the peel buckets as indicated in Fig. 1 and 4.
Paso 4 Make sure that the juice container and its filter are placed correctly and that the
cover is closed and secured by the catch.
If you have acquired a juicer with a podium, you must place the juicer on the podium,
screw it as indicated in the instruction supplied on the podium. Don’t forget to secure
the front wheels. Then place the hopper and the peel buckets with an open base
which you will find inside the stand (Fig. 2).
REMEMBER: Use fruit which does not exceed 81 mm in diameter. (Between
65 and 78 mm recommended)
Operation
Once the previous steps have been followed, connect the connecting plug to a socket
base fitted with a standardized ground. And press the sleeve button
to start up
the machine.
When you turn on the machine for the first time after purchase, a message will appear:
“Choose your language” in order to select the operating language of the machine.
The choice can be made using the arrows
and pressing “ON”. Once selected, the
machine will be ready for operation in “Self-Service” mode.
As a general rule, to operate within the menu, we can regard the “ON” button as
accept and “OFF” as cancel.
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Operating Modes with Zumex Essential Pro
Zumex Essential Pro can work in two operating modes:
Autostart: The machine detects the oranges in the feeder tube and starts up as the
oranges pass by.
Self-service: The machine starts up by activating the self-service faucet either by
pressing the faucet or by activating the switch lever; in order to be able to operate
with this switch lever see fig. 9A and 9B. In this mode you can also work continuously
by turning the faucet block 90º (Fig. 13).
Selection of operating mode:
Step 1 Press the MENU key for a few seconds to enter the programming mode.
Step 2 Select the WORKING MODE option by positioning the
cursors
over it and pressing ON to confirm your selection.
Step 3 Select the desired working mode, Autostart or Self-Service using the cursors
and press on to confirm your selection. Press OFF several times until you exit MENU.
Operating Modes with Zumex Versatile Pro
Zumex Versatile can operate in two working modes:
Professional: You can programme the no. of oranges to be squeezed in each cycle
using the cursors
, and you can programme up to 20 oranges in each cycle or select the ‘c’ option to squeeze continuously. The squeezing will start by pressing ‘ON’ and
it will end after ceasing to squeeze the no. of oranges programmed or if you press ‘OFF’.
Self-service: The machine starts up by activating the self-service faucet either by
pressing the faucet or activating the switch lever. You can also work continuously in
this mode by turning the faucet block 90º (Fig. 13).
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Selection of the operating mode:
Step 1 Press the MENU key for a few seconds to enter the menu.
Step 2 Select the WORKING MODE option by positioning the cursors
ON to confirm your selection.
and pressing
Step 3 Select the desired working mode, Professional or Self-Service using the cursors
and pressing ON to confirm your selection. Press OFF several times until you exit MENU.
Configuration
Your Zumex juicer allows you to adjust the parameters according to your preferences. All
adjustments are made at MENU > CONFIGURATION. Press the MENU key for a few seconds
to enter the menu and select CONFIGURATION, press ON to confirm your selection.
Lighting: Changes the screen brightness level.
On the CONFIGURATION menu select LIGHTING and press ON to confirm your selection.
. Once adjusted, confirm by pressing
Adjust the brightness level using the cursors
ON. The changes will be memorised.
Language: Changes the juicer menu language.
On the CONFIGURATION menu select LANGUAGE and press ON to confirm your selec. Once selected confirm by
tion. Select the language desired using the cursors
pressing ON. The changes will be memorised.
Offset: Depending on the type of fruit to be squeezed, the value can be adjusted for
its optimum counting.
Select OFFSET and press the ON key and you will be immediately asked for your PIN.
If you don’t have one, consult your Technical Service. Then you configure the desired
number using the cursors. Once the adjustment has been concluded, press ON to
save the changes. This operation must only be carried out under the supervision of an
authorised Technical Service.
NOTE: Remember that if you press OFF, you will cancel any changes made before and
you will return to the previous menu.
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Technical Service
The Zumex Essential Pro and Versatile Pro juicers provide you with the information
you need for correct unit maintenance. They are also fitted with a squeezed orange
counter which can be configured in this mode. Press the MENU key for a few seconds
to enter the menu and select TECHNICAL SERVICE, press ON to confirm your selection
and OFF to return to the previous menu.
Serial number: This shows you your juicer’s serial number which is essential for any
TECHNICAL SERVICE consultation.
On the TECHNICAL SERVICE menu select SERIAL NUMBER and press ON to confirm
your selection. You can see the serial number on the screen. Return to the previous
menu by pressing OFF.
Voltage: This shows you the mains voltage at the time of the consultation, vital for
any Technical Assistance Service.
On the TECHNICAL SERVICE menu select VOLTAGE and press ON to confirm your selection.
You can view the voltage on the screen. Return to the previous menu, pressing OFF.
Calibration: This shows you the calibration value of your machine which must be
adjusted in exceptional cases when the counter is not counting correctly. This information is vital for any Technical Assistance consultation. It also lets you change the values
manually. This procedure must only be carried out at the indication and with the aid of an
authorised Technical Assistance Service.
· Calibration value: On the TECHNICAL SERVICE menu select CALIBRATION >
CALIBRATION VALUE and press ON to confirm your selection. You can view the
calibration number on the screen. Return to the menu, pressing OFF.
· Offset Value: On the TECHNICAL SERVICE menu select CALIBRATION
> OFFSET VALUE and press ON to confirm your selection. You can view the offset
number on the screen. Return to the menu, pressing ON.
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· Calibrate: Select CALIBRATE and press ON. Next, set your PIN number and press
ON. The machine will ask for confirmation: ‘Calibrate?’, press ‘ON’ to confirm the
automatic calibration. The machine will then carry out said calibration and display the adjusted calibration value. Return to the menu, pressing OFF.
This option must only be carried out under the supervision of the Technical Service and when it has been specifically indicated.
Pin: Your juicer has a password so you can access the counters and modify configuration parameters. The standard programmed PIN is 0000 but you can personalise
this PIN. On the TECHNICAL SERVICE menu select PIN and press ON to confirm your
selection. If this is the first time you have changed your PIN, the standard PIN 0000
will appear and press ON; if you have already programmed a password previously,
enter the old password, use the cursors
to select each digit, press OFF to move
from digit to digit and ON to confirm the password. Upon entering the correct PIN the
“New PIN” screen will appear. Programme the new password, select each digit with
the cursors
, press OFF to move from digit to digit and ON to confirm the new PIN.
If you forget the Pin number programed, you will be required to reset machine’s
MENU. In order, to do that, enter CONFIGURATION press button, and while pressed,
press button simultaneously.
Counters: You can control the counter and discounter of your juicer. The counter
allows you to establish the no. of oranges squeezed, the discounter function allows you
to programme a given no. of oranges and gradually consume oranges from this total.
· Partial counter: This shows you the no. of oranges consumed and it can be set to zero.
On the TECHNICAL SERVICE menu select COUNTERS > PARTIAL COUNTER
and press ON to confirm your selection. Enter your PIN (Remember: Select each digit
, press OFF to move from digit to digit and ON to confirm the paswith the cursor
sword). You can view the number of oranges squeezed on the screen. To set the counter
and confirm using ON and on the machine display you will see that the
to zero press
counter has been set to zero. Return to the menu, pressing OFF repeatedly.
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· Total counter: This shows you all the oranges consumed throughout the life of the
juicer, this counter cannot be deleted.
On the TECHNICAL SERVICE menu select COUNTERS > TOTAL COUNTER and press ON
to confirm your selection. You can view the number of oranges on the screen. Move
up to the upper menu by pressing OFF.
· Discounter: This allows you to programme a given no. of oranges and gradually
consume oranges from this total. On the TECHNICAL SERVICE menu select
COUNTERS > DISCOUNTER and press ON to confirm your selection. Enter your PIN
, press OFF to move from digit
(Remember: Select each digit using the cursors
to digit and ON to confirm the password) and you will enter the discounter menu.
and after each digit
Programme each digit of the discounter using the cursors
press OFF to move on to the next one and repeat this action for each digit; on the
last digit press ON and the selection will be memorised automatically. Then select
whether you want the discounter to be visible or not on the main menu (visible/
concealed option). Return to the menu, pressing OFF repeatedly.
Once the discounter is at zero, the juicer will stop until a new sum of oranges is
loaded or a change is made to the counter function, entering the “MAIN COUNTER”
menu and confirming by pressing ON.
When the visible discounter has been programmed, a ‘D’ will appear on the normal
operating screen in front of the counter digits. If the concealed discounter has been
programmed, no figure will be displayed.
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Summary of Zumex Essential Pro and Versatile Pro Operating Modes
Working mode
Configuartion
Technical Service
Professional
Professional
Working mode
Configuartion
Technical Service
Working mode
Configuartion
Technical Service
Professional
Fruits
Lighting
Language
Offset
Lighting
Lighting
Language
Offset
Language
English
Lighting
Language
Offset
Pin ?
Serial number
Voltage
Calibration
Pin
Counters
Serial number
Serial number
Voltage
Calibration
Pin
Counters
Voltage
Serial number
Voltage
Calibration
Pin
Counters
Calibration value
Offset value
Calibration
Calibration value
Calibration value
Offset value
Calibration
Offset value
1/23
Offset
0000
0000
231
Calibration value
Offset value
Calibration
48
30
97
30
Calibration
0000
Calibration?
Calibration
Calibration
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Summary of Zumex Essential Pro and Versatile Pro Operating Modes
New Pin
Serial number
Voltage
Calibration
Pin
Counters
Serial number
Voltage
Calibration
Pin
Counters
Partial Counters
Total Counter
Discounter
Partial Counters
Total Counter
Discounter
Partial Counters
Total Counter
Discounter
Partial Counters
Delete ?
Partial Counters
000010
Total Counter
76
Discounter
000000
Visible
Concealed
Visible
Concealed
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Cleaning
For correct cleaning you must follow the steps below:
Step 1 Turn the machine off at the mains.
Step 2 Disassemble the front cover.
Step 3 Disassemble the blade holder (Fig. 7), pulling it towards you by the handle.
Be careful! Handle this part with great care as you may cut yourself.
Step 4 Remove the peel ejectors from their supports (Fig. 8).
Step 5 Disassemble the pressing units in pairs after unscrewing the securing knobs (Fig. 9).
Step 6 Disassemble the container and the juice filter (Fig. 10).
Step 7 Disassemble the faucet (Fig. 11A).
· All the parts EXCEPT FOR THE COVER are dishwasher safe.
· When cleaning the squeezing and cover area you should use a soft cloth dipped in
water and washing-up liquid. Then rinse thoroughly in clean water so no soap remains.
· Once the cleaning process has finished, you must assemble all the elements in
reverse order to their disassembly. Make sure that all the parts have been correctly
assembled and secured.
· Remember that each peel ejector (Fig. 8) only fits on one side and so they are not
interchangeable. When you place them make sure that you insert the peel ejector
paddle right down to the end of the lower pressing unit.
· In order to avoid the accumulation of wax it is important to clean the fruit feeder
frequently of Zumex Versatile Pro models.
· On models with a base stand clean the hopper and the inside of the stand, making
sure to eliminate any peel or pulp remains.
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REMEMBER: Do not put the front cover in the dishwasher. To clean it you
can use a soft cloth dipped in water and washing-up liquid.
Under no circumstances must you use abrasive products nor anti-lime products.
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Detecting Faults
FAULT: The machine doesn’t work
Possible cause
Correction
Machine not plugged in.
Plug it in.
No power is reaching the plug.
Check the socket.
Cover not fitted properly.
Make sure it has been fit properly.
Juice container not fitted properly.
Make sure it has been fit properly.
Blocked pressing units.
Turn off the machine at the mains and
unblock the pressing units.
Safety sensors malfunctioning.
Contact your technical service.
Faulty ON/OFF button.
Contact your technical service.
Faulty circuit.
Contact your technical service.
FAULT: The machine blocks frequently during juicing
Possible cause
Correction
Insufficient voltage.
Check that the voltage matches that indicated in the manual.
Faulty circuit.
Contact your technical service.
FAULT: The pressing units are not synchronized
Possible cause
Correction
Fault in an axle.
Contact your technical service.
FAULT: Peel ejector breaks
Possible cause
Correction
Peel ejector incorrectly fitted.
Place it in its correct position inserting it totally
until observing it has madecontact (fig. 8)
FAULT: You can hear the motor running but the pressing units are not turning
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Possible cause
Correction
Internal fault.
Contact your technical service.
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FAULT: The faucet gets blocked
Possible cause
Correction
The juice has seeds or too much pulp.
Disassemble and clean the faucet according Fig. 11A.
FAULT: The machine stops every now and again
Possible cause
Correction
Insufficient ventilation.
Check that the appliance’s ventilation
grilles are not blocked.
Overload.
Contact your technical service.
FAULT: Screen does not display information
Possible cause
Correction
Alteration to mains systems.
Turn off the machine and turn it back on again.
FAULT: The machine is in Self-Service mode and won’t stop operating
Possible cause
Correction
Faucet not fitted or fitted incorrectly.
Fit the faucet in the manner indicated in Fig. 11A
Faucet well fitted: possible internal fault.
Contact your technical service.
Faucet block activated.
Put the block in horizontal position by
pressing the faucet downwards.
WARNING: Any action to unblock the machine must be carried out by disconnecting
it from the mains. If, after making the checks stated here, the machine does not work,
call the technical service.
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Screen Messages
Display message
Cause
Solution
Excess current.
The maximum electrical consumption level has
been exceeded for at least one second.
Turn off at mains and turn
back on again.
No oranges.
The motor remains on for two minutes
detecting any squeezing.
Put oranges back in feeder again
without and press ON.
Memory initiated.
Se detecta un error en la memoria.
Contact your technical service.
Calibration.
A memory error has been detected.
Calibrate (See page 18).
Out of service.
The counter has reached zero.
Modify the discounter value as
indicated in page 19 or move on to
counter function entering PARTIAL
COUNTER and pressing ON.
EEPROM
Error detected in EEPROM memory
Contact your technical service.
Out of range .
The input power voltage is less than 80V
or greater than 260V.
Contact your technical service.
Keyboard error (Error 1). No communication with the keyboard (Internal fault). Contact your technical service.
Juice tray picture
flashing.
Check the juice tray and front cover are
placed correctly.
Place the tray and cover in its correct
position as Fig. 4. If the picture does not
disappear, contact your technical service.
* The message: “Keyboard error” may not appear on the display as there is no communication between the CPU and the keyboard panel-
CE Declaration of Conformity
ZUMEX GROUP S.A., whose registered offices are situated at Polígono Industrial de
Moncada III, C/ Molí, 2 - 46113 Moncada, Valencia (Spain) does hereby declare, under
its sole responsibility, that the Essential Basic - Essential Pro - Versatile Pro juicer
machine models conform to the following harmonised standards:
EN ISO 12100-1
Machine safety. Basic concepts, general principles for design. Part 1: Basic
terminology, methodology.
EN ISO 12100-2
Machine safety. Basic concepts, general principles for design. Part 2:
Technical principles.
EN 60335-1
Safety of household electrical appliances and similar. Part 1: General
requirements.
2003
2003
2002
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EN 60335-2-14
Safety of household electrical appliances and similar. Part 2-14: Specific
requirements for kitchen appliances.
EN 50366
Household electrical appliances and similar. Electromagnetic fields. Evaluation and measurement methodologies.
EN 55014-1
Electromagnetic compatibility. Requirements for household electrical
appliances, electrical tools and similar equipment. Part 1: Emission. Product
family standard.
EN 55014-2
1997
Electromagnetic compatibility. Requirements for household electrical
appliances, electrical tools and similar equipment. Immunity. Product
family standard.
EN 61000-3-2
Compatibilidad electromagnética. Part 3: Limits – Section 2: Limits for harmonic current emissions (equipment with input current ≤ 16A per phase).
EN 61000-3-3
1995
Electromagnetic compatibility. Part 3: Limits – Section 3: Limitation of
voltage fluctuations and flicker on low voltage systems for equipment with
input current ≤ 16A.
EN 1672-2
Food processing machinery. Basic concepts. Part 2: Hygiene requirements.
2006
2003
2006
2006
2005
Copying with the provisions of the European Directives set out below:
98/37/CE
Approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to machinery.
2006/95/CE
Directive relating to the approximation of the laws of the Member
States concerning electrical equipment designed for use within certain
voltage limit.
2004/108/CE
Directive relating to the approximation of the laws of the Member
States as regards electromagnetic compatibility.
2002/72/CE
Directive relating to plastic materials and articles intended to come into
contact with foodstuffs.
2002/95/CE
Directive on restrictions of the use of certain hazardous substances in
electrical and electronic equipment. (ROHS)
2002/96/CE
Directive on waste electrical and electronic equipment. (RAEE)
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