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Saeco Group 500
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INSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
Automatic drink vending machine
CONFORMITY DECLARATION
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We:
SAECO International Group
Via Panigali, 39
40041 GAGGIO MONTANO (BO)
hereby declare to our own liability that the following product:
HOT BEVERAGE VENDING MACHINE
TYPE: D.A. GROUP 500
To which the present declaration refers is in compliance with the following norms:
- Machinery safety – Fundamental concepts, main design principles.
Terminology, basic methodology EN 292 part 1 – September 1991
- Machinery safety – Fundamental concepts, main design principles.
Technical specifications and principles EN 292 part 2 – September 1991
Electrical household appliance and electrical appliance safety – General requirements EN 60335-1 June 1988 +
Amendments 2,5,6,A51
- Electrical household appliance and electrical appliance safety – Part 2 –
Specific requirements of liquid heating appliances
EN 60335-2-15 – November 1990
- Electrical household appliance and electrical appliance safety – Part 2 –
Specific requirements for nozzles and coffee grinders
EN 60335-2-33 – April 1990
- Electrical household appliance and electrical appliance safety – Part 2 –
Specific requirements for distributors and vending machines
IEC 335-2-75 – Document
- Limits and measurement methods of radio disturbance generated by electric and thermal motors for domestic and
related use, electrical instruments and the like
Electrical appliances – EN 55014 – Ed. 1993
- Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
Part 3 – Limits – Section 2: harmonic current emission limits (appliance input power ± 16A for phase) EN 61000-3-2 – Ed. 1993
- Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
Part 3 – Limits –Section 3: Limitation of current fluctuations and peaks in low tension power supply systems for
appliances with rated current of ± 16A - EN 61000-3-3 – Ed. 1994
- Immunity requirements for household electrical appliances, musical instruments and the like.
Norm for product family – EN 55104 – Ed. 1995
According to the provisions of the following directives:
CE 73/23 - CE 89/392 - CE 89/336 - CE 91/368
CE 92/31 - CE 93/44 - CE 93/68
The Sole Director:
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Sergio Zappella
BEFORE USING THE MACHINE, READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY SO AS TO
OPERATE IN ACCORDANCE WITH CURRENT SAFETY STANDARDS.
ATTENTION: Important safety indications
READ the instruction manual carefully before using the machine
The machine must be disconnected from the mains before any service or maintenance
may be carried out
ATTENTION: machine switched on
ATTENTION: hot parts in contact!
CONTENTS
1-
INTRODUCTION ......................... 4
1.1
1.2
User instructions ................................ 4
General instructions .......................... 4
2-
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .. 6
3-
GENERAL TECHNICAL
DESCRIPTION ............................... 7
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Machine description .......................... 7
Permitted use .................................... 7
Models ............................................... 7
Basic operating concepts .................. 8
4-
VENDING MACHINE HANDLING 11
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Handling and transport ...................... 11
Storage .............................................. 12
Packaging ......................................... 12
Receipt .............................................. 12
Unpacking ......................................... 13
5-
SAFETY STANDARDS ................ 14
6-
INSTALLATION ............................ 15
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.5.1
6.6
6.6.1
6.6.2
6.6.3
6.6.4
6.6.5
6.6.6
Positioning ......................................... 15
Water mains connection .................... 16
Electric mains connection .................. 17
Machine start-up ................................ 18
Installation ......................................... 19
Cleansing of resin-based water
softener (available as a kit) ................ 19
Water circuit filling ............................. 20
Cleaning the parts in contact
with foodstuffs ................................... 21
Product loading ................................. 22
Container loading .............................. 22
Label insertion ................................... 23
Cup loading ....................................... 24
Spoon loading .................................... 25
Coffee grounds bag insertion ............. 26
Payment system installation .............. 27
7-
PROGRAMMING ......................... 28
7.1
Function description .......................... 32
8-
SERVICE ..................................... 37
6.5.2
6.5.3
9-
MAINTENANCE AND
INACTIVITY ................................. 39
9.1
9.1.1
9.1.2
9.1.3
9.2
9.2.1
Cleaning and Loading ........................ 39
Daily cleaning .................................... 39
Weekly cleaning ................................ 40
Product loading ................................. 41
Maintenance ...................................... 41
Ordinary and extraordinary
maintenance ...................................... 42
9.2.2 Coffee unit maintenance .................... 42
9.3
Settings ............................................. 43
9.3.1 Dosage and grinding regulation ......... 43
9.4
Resin regeneration (where the
water softener is provided) ................ 44
9.5
Inactivity ............................................ 45
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DISMANTLING ............................ 46
11-
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE FOR
THE MOST COMMON FAILURES OR
ERRORS ...................................... 47
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• It is the buyer’s responsibility to ascertain that
1 - INTRODUCTION
1.1
User instructions
This vending machine is safe for all those who
follow the loading and ordinary cleaning
instructions given in this manual.
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Caution
the users have been trained and informed of
all the indications and specifications
contained in the documentation supplied.
Even so, the operator or the user must be
aware of the potential risks that exist while
operating the automatic vending machine.
• This manual is an integral part of the
equipment and as a consequence must
always be kept inside or nearby the machine
so as to allow easy consultation by the various
operators until the machine is dismantled and/
or scrapped.
For no reason whatsoever must the operator
access those parts of the machine that are
protected by guards requiring special
instruments for their removal.
• In the event of loss or damage of this manual,
Some maintenance operations (to be carried out
solely by specialised technicians) expressly
require that certain safety devices are switched
off.
• Operating reliability and the efficiency of the
Acquaintance and absolute respect, from a
technical point of view, of the safety standards
and danger warnings contained in this manual,
are fundamental for installing, using and
servicing the machine under conditions of
minimum risk.
1.2
General instructions
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Before using the vending machine, read this
manual carefully.
Knowledge of the information and
instructions contained in this document is
essential for a correct use of the vending
machine by the user.
• Measures carried out by the user on the
automatic vending machine are allowed only
if they are his responsibility and if he has been
duly trained.
The user must be fully acquainted with all
operating mechanisms of the machine as far
as it falls within his competence.
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it is possible to request a new copy from the
manufacturer, indicating the data registered
on the machine serial number label.
machine’s performance are guaranteed only
if original parts are used.
• The user will be held entirely responsible for
any modifications he may make to the
machine.
All the operations necessary in order to
maintain the machine in working order, before
and during use, are to the charge of the user.
• Tampering with or modifications made to the
machine not previously authorized by the
manufacturer, release the latter from any
liability for damage deriving from, or referable
to the above mentioned modifications.
• This manual reflects the status of the
automatic vending machine at the moment
of the issue on the market; possible
modifications, up-grades or adjustments that
are made to machines that are marketed
subsequently, do not oblige the SAECO
International Group either to intervene on the
machine previously supplied or consider it
and the relevant manual to be defective or
inadequate.
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• However, the SAECO International Group is
entitled, when it deems it expedient for valid
motives, to up-date the manuals already
present on the market and send revised
information sheets to their customers which
must kept together with the original manual.
Any technical problems that may arise can
be solved easily by consulting this manual.
For further information, contact the dealer
where the machine was purchased, or one
of the authorised service centres.
When calling please, give the following
information:
- The data registered on the serial number label
(fig.1);
- The version of program resident in the
microprocessor (see the adhesive label on
the component mounted on the C.P.U. card
(ref. 1, fig. 2) or, if possible, the version of
program shown on the machine display when
button 2 is pressed on the CPU card to
activate the “Service” mode (fig. 42).
- The card code appearing on the welded side
of the C.P.U. board.
The SAECO International Group declines all
responsibility for damage caused to persons or
property as a consequence of:
- Incorrect installation
- Inappropriate electrical and/or water
connection
- Inadequate cleaning and maintenance
- Unauthorised modifications
- Improper use of the distributor
- Non-original spare parts
• In no event will the SAECO International
Group be obliged to indemnify any damages
caused as a result of the forced inactivity of
the machine due to failure.
• Installation and maintenance operations must
be carried out exclusively by qualified
engineers.
• Use only specific foodstuffs for use in
automatic vending machines.
• The automatic vending machine is not
suitable for outside installation. The machine
must be installed in dry locations, with
temperatures of no lower than 1°C and it must
not be installed in places where cleaning is
done with water hoses (e.g. large kitchens
…).
• If at the time of installation, the usage
conditions are different from those
established or are subject to change over
time, please contact the manufacturer
immediately before using the machine.
Furthermore always act in compliance with
national or local standards.
fig. 1
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fig.2
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2 - TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATIONS
Height
Width
Depth
Weight
mm
1,700
mm
590
mm 674
from Kg 90 to Kg 105
Power supply voltage
Power Frequency
Installed power
Volts 230
Hz. 50
KW 1.50
Water mains connection
Electric mains connection
3/8 gas
SCHUCO plug
WATER SUPPLY
From mains with pressure between 0.5 and 6.5
bar
CUP DISPENSER
Suitable for cups with diameter mm 70-71
fig.3
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BOILER RESISTANCES
Armour-plated type:
1000 Watt for coffee boiler
CONTAINER CAPACITY
Coffee in grains
Instant coffee
Powdered milk
Chocolate
Tea
Soup
Sugar
Cups
Spoons
Kg 4.0
Kg 1.5
Kg 2.1
Kg 4.3
Kg 5.9
Kg 5.5
Kg 5.6
500
500
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3 - GENERAL TECHNICAL
DESCRIPTION
3.1
Machine description
(fig. 4)
ref.1
ref.2
ref.3
ref.4
ref.5
ref.6
Coffee unit and grinder
Drinks distributor unit
Sugar dispenser unit
Electronic board
Cup dispenser
Coin box unit
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3.2
The distributor is to be used exclusively for the
dispensing of drinks, prepared mixing foodstuffs
with water (by infusion as far as coffee is
concerned).
For this purpose, use products that the
manufacturer has declared suitable for the
automatic distribution in open containers.
The drinks are dispensed into specific plastic
cups automatically distributed by the machine.
The sugar stirring spoon is dispensed
automatically.
The drinks must be consumed immediately and
under no circumstances must they be kept for
subsequent consumption.
3.3
4
Permitted use
Models
The following terminology is used so as to
distinguish the various models of automatic
distributors:
SAECO GROUP 500 Standard
Version with plastic coffee unit and 3 instant
products
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SAECO GROUP 500 FREEZE DRIED
Version with plastic coffee unit and freeze dried
coffee drink instead of freeze dried tea
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This manual refers to the top-of-the -range
model:
it is therefore possible to find descriptions or
explanations not relating to your machine.
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fig.4
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3.4
Basic operating concepts
During normal functioning, the distributor is in
standby status. By introducing the necessary
amount, according to the pre-set price, and
pressing the key relating to the desired drink,
the drink dispensing cycle is activated: It can be
divided in different processes:
CUP DISPENSING
• This is the first operation that the distributor
SUGAR AND SPOON DISPENSING
Where anticipated and requested, a maximum
set amount of sugar is dispensed with the
possibility to stop when the desired dose has
been achieved.
The dispensing procedure occurs according to
the following stages:
• The drive motor of the chute which conveys
the sugar into the cup is activated (fig.8).
activates (except for “without CUP”
dispensing).
• The motor that operates the nozzle support
is activated in order to move the support back
and let the cup drop into the delivery
receptacle. (fig. 5).
fig.8
• The gear motor activates the helicoidal screw
fig.5
• The motor inside the cup dispenser moves
conveyor of the sugar container, dispensing
the desired quantity into the product chute
(fig.7).
the scrolls in order to separate and make the
cup fall into the special support fork inside
the delivery receptacle (fig.6).
fig.7
fig.6
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• The electromagnet that controls the spoon is
engaged and the spoon is delivered directly
into the cup through the appropriate chute
(fig.9).
• The solenoid valve for instant drinks, fixed to
the coffee boiler, is engaged in order to deliver
the required quantity of water into the mixer
(fig.11); the pump that delivers the required
amount of water - controlled by a special
electronic device (volumetric counter)- starts
up.
fig.9
INSTANT DRINKS
This process is activated after the processing
of cup, sugar and spoon dispensing has been
completed.
According to the drink type requested and
distributor model, the processes described
below are activated for the preparation of the
drink.
fig.11
• If present, the motor-mixer is activated
(fig.10).
fig.10
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• The instant product gear motor activates the
helicoidal screw conveyor so as to dispense
the programmed quantity of product into the
mixer (fig.12).
fig.14
• The rotation unit gear motor starts-up, brings
fig.12
it into the dispensing position and
simultaneously compresses the ground
coffee (fig.15).
• Once the pre-set quantity of water and
powder is dispensed, the motor-mixer is
switched off.
ESPRESSO COFFEE
This process occurs after dispensing cup, sugar
and spoon.
• The grinder is activated until it produces the
dose of ground coffee set by the doser
(fig.13).
fig.15
• The pump that delivers the required amount
of water -controlled by a special electronic
device (volumetric counter)- starts up,
withdrawing the water from the coffee boiler
(fig.16).
fig.13
• The doser electromagnet is activated,
causing the opening of the door and the
consequent drop of the coffee into the brew
chamber (fig.14).
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fig.16
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• The coffee unit gear motor is activated again
so as to return to the standby position; during
this movement the coffee grounds are
expelled (fig.17).
4 - VENDING MACHINE
HANDLING
4.1
Handling and transport
(fig. 18)
fig.17
The activation sequence of grinder and coffee
doser can be inverted depending on the pre-set
programming type (see programming menu).
fig.18
The transport of the distributor must be carried
out by competent personnel.
The distributor is delivered on a pallet; for
handling purposes use a pallet truck and move
it slowly in order to avoid capsizing or dangerous
movements.
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F Attention
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Avoid :
lifting the distributor with ropes or presses
dragging the distributor
turning over or laying the distributor down
during transport;
jolting the distributor
With regard to the distributor, avoid :
- bumping it
- overloading it with other packages
- exposing it to rain, freezing weather or
sources of heat
- keeping it in damp places
4.2
Storage
In the event of storage, avoid placing several
machines one on top of another, maintain it in a
vertical position, in dry places with temperatures
of no lower than 1° C.
4.3
Packaging
The distributor is protected by polystyrene
angles and by a transparent polypropylene film
(fig.19).
The automatic distributor will be delivered
packaged, assuring both a mechanical guard
and protection against damage from the outside
environment.
Labels are applied on the packaging, indicating:
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handle with care;
do not turn upside-down;
protect from the rain;
do not place one on top of another;
protect from sources of heat;
not bump resistant;
type of distributor and serial number.
4.4
Receipt
Upon receipt of the automatic distributor, it is
necessary to check it has not suffered damage
during transport. If damage of any kind is
noticed, place a claim with the forwarder
immediately.
F Attention
On conclusion of transport, the packaging
must be integral which means it must not:
- present dents, signs of bumps, distortions or
breakages to the external packaging;
- present wet zones or signs that could lead
one to suppose that the packaging has been
exposed to rain, freezing weather or heat;
- present signs of tampering.
fig.19
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4.5
Unpacking
- Free the distributor from the packaging,
cutting the protective film in which it is
wrapped, along one of the protection angles
(fig.20).
- Remove the key from the drink dispenser
receptacle (fig.22).
fig.22
fig.20
Remove the distributor from the transport pallet,
unscrewing the screws that secure it to the pallet
(fig.21).
Open the door of the distributor and remove the
adhesive tape from the components, listed
below:
• cup dispenser (example in fig.23)
• coin box
• coffee unit, coffee chute
• spoon dispenser counter-weight
• product containers
• liquid waste float mechanism
• bottom skirting-board
• liquid waste bin.
fig.21
fig.23
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- remove the polystyrene that blocks the
product containers (fig.24)
5 - SAFETY STANDARDS
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- Before using the automatic distributor, read
this manual carefully.
- The installation and maintenance operations
must be performed exclusively by qualified
technical personnel.
- For no reason whatsoever must the operator
access those parts of the machine that are
protected by guards requiring special
instruments for their removal.
fig.24
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Caution
The packing material must not be left
accessible to others, as it is a potential source
of danger. For the disposal contact qualified
companies.
- Acquaintance and absolute respect, from a
technical point of view, of the safety standards
and danger warnings contained in this
manual, are fundamental for installing, using
and servicing the machine in conditions of
minimum risk.
Always disconnect the POWER CABLE before
maintenance or cleaning activities.
Do not, under any circumstances, intervene on
the machine or remove safety guards before hot
parts have cooled!
- Operating reliability and the efficiency of the
machine’s performance are guaranteed only
if original parts are used.
- The automatic vending machine is not
suitable for outside installation. The machine
must be installed in dry locations, with
temperatures of no lower than 1°C and it must
not be installed in places where cleaning is
done with water hoses (e.g. large kitchens
…).
- In order to guarantee regular functioning,
always maintain the automatic distributor
under perfect cleaning conditions.
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- the SAECO International Group declines all
responsibility for damage caused to persons
or property as a consequence of:
• Incorrect installation
• Inappropriate electrical and/or water
connection
• Inadequate cleaning and maintenance
• Unauthorised modification
• Improper use of the distributor
• Non-original spare parts
- Furthermore you are advised to always act
in compliance with national or local standards.
6 - INSTALLATION
6.1
Positioning
The automatic vending machine is not suitable
for outside installation. The machine must be
installed in dry locations, with temperatures of
no lower than 1°C ; furthermore, it must not be
installed in places where cleaning is done with
water hoses or in places were there is danger
of explosions or fires.
- If positioned near a wall, there must be a
minimum distance from the wall of at least 5
cm. (fig.25) so as to allow regular ventilation.
Under no circumstances cover the distributor
with cloths or similar.
fig.25
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- Position the distributor, checking the levelling
by means of the adjustable feet already
assembled on the machine (fig.26). Make
sure that the distributor does not have an
inclination of more than 2 degrees.
6.2
Water mains connection
Before connecting the distributor to the water
mains make sure that the water :
- is drinkable (if necessary by means of test
laboratory certification);
- has a pressure ranging between 0.5 bar and
6.5 bar (otherwise use a pump or a water
pressure reducer accordingly);
- if not already present, install a tap in an
accessible position so as to separate the
apparatus from the water mains should it be
necessary (fig.27);
fig.26
The SAECO International Group declines all
responsibility for inconveniences caused as a
result of the failure to observe the above
mentioned installation norms.
If installation takes place in safety evacuation
corridors, make sure that the distributor with the
door open leaves sufficient space for individuals
to pass by (fig.25).
In order to avoid dirtying the floor as a result of
the accidental spillage of products, use, if
necessary, a protective matting sufficiently wide
to cover the operating area under the distributor.
fig.27
- let some water flow out of the tap so as to
eliminate possible traces of impurities and dirt
(fig.28);
fig.28
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- connect the tap to the distributor, using a rigid
copper or nylon pipe, suitable for foodstuffs
and adequate for the purpose of bearing the
water supply pressure. Should a flexible pipe
be used, it is necessary to assemble the
reinforcement bearing inside, which comes
supplied with the machine (fig.29);
6.3
Electric Mains connection
The distributor is designed to operate with
monophase 230 Volt voltage and is protected
by 10A and 16A fuses.
We suggest that you should check the following:
- the mains voltage of 230 V must not have a
difference of more than ± 6%;
- the power supply must be adequate to bear
the load of the machine;
- use a diversified protection system.
The machine must be earthed in observance
with operating safety norms.
For this reason, verify the system earth wire
connection to ascertain that it is efficient and in
compliance with national and European electric
safety standards.
fig.29
- the anticipated connection is a 3/8 gas
(Fig.30).
fig.30
If necessary, request the intervention of qualified
personnel for the verification of the plant.
- The distributor is equipped with a power
supply cable H05VV-F 3x1.5 mm2, with a
SCHUCO plug (fig.31).
fig.31
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- The sockets that are not compatible with the
plug of the machine must be replaced.
- The use of extensions, adapters and/or
multiple plugs is forbidden (fig.32).
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Caution
D
Caution
During the setting-up phase, before powering
up the machine, make sure you have
connected it to the hydraulic system and
opened the water tap.
The power cable plug (ref.1, fig.34) as well
as the service switch inside the distributor
(ref.1, fig. 35) remain live.
fig.32
The SAECO International Group declines all
responsibility for damage due to the non
observance of the aforesaid norms.
6.4
Machine start-up
The distributor is equipped with a safety switch
(fig.33) which disconnects the power supply to
the machine whenever the door is opened (see
electrical layout).
In case of necessity, therefore, open the door
or unplug the installation.
fig.34
fig.35
- It is however necessary to operate with the
door open but the distributor connected to
the mains for some operations.
fig.33
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Competent technicians only may operate in this
manner, by inserting the special plastic key,
supplied with the distributor, into the door switch,
turning it 90° (fig.36).
6.5.1
Cleansing and filling of resinbased water softener
Before installing the water softener in the
machine and using it, it is advisable to cleanse
the resins and fill the water softener. Therefore,
install the water softener already filled with water
and cleansed. If you wish to carry out this
operation directly in the machine, act as follows:
- Insert the pipe of the bottom tap in a container
suitable for this use.
- open the bottom tap (fig.37).and the upper
tap of the water softener so as to remove the
air bubble.
fig.36
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Caution
The opening and eventual activation of the
distributor with the door open (for cleaning
purposes only) must only be performed by
authorized and technically qualified
personnel. Do not leave the distributor
unattended while it is open.
Give the key to qualified personnel only.
Each time the distributor is switched on a
diagnosis cycle is performed in order to verify
the correct position of the moving parts and the
presence of water and other products.
6.5
Installation
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fig.37
- insert the key in the door switch (fig.38).
- let the water softener fill up completely and
remove the key from the door switch.
- close the upper tap.
- insert the key once again in the door switch.
Important
When switched on, the machine
automatically proceeds to fill the water circuit
and the related boilers. For a correct
automatic installation in the event of using a
water softener system, it is necessary that
the latter is completely filled with water and
opportunely relieved of any air bubbles
fig.38
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- let the water flow out of the waste pipe until it
is clear (fig.39).
After the DIAGNOSTIC stage the machine
automatically fills the hydraulic circuit of the
chamber with water float of the instant drinks
boiler and of the boiler for the coffee unit. During
this stage, the heating resistance of the boiler
remains automatically off. If the machine detects
that the boiler is loaded, it automatically passes
to the HEATING stage.
The sequence of operations will be:
- insert the special key in the door switch;
- on start-up of the machine, the water
chamber with float automatically starts to fill
up, while the machine carries out the
automatic diagnosis stage.
fig.39
- remove the key and close the tap.
6.5.2
Water circuit filling
The machine proceeds to fill the instant products
boiler first, if present, and the water chamber;
subsequently it fills the espresso coffee boiler
automatically activating two continual vends of
long coffee.
F Important
Before switching the machine power on and
thus proceeding with the automatic
installation:
1. Ensure that the water softener is filled with
water and the air bubbles removed.
2. Load the coffee grains into the appropriate
container; this operation is necessary so that
the machine automatically dispenses coffee
for the purpose of filling the boiler.
3. Load at least the central column of the cup
container.
NOTE:
If the filling of the boiler is not successful, the
machine will not make itself available for service
and will indicate “installation failed” on the display
panel; in such an event, eliminate the defect and
repeat the automatic installation, after having reset the faults (Section 8 – SERVICE, failure
reset).
fig.40
F Important
Compress the tube which connects the boiler to
the water chamber several times; keep on doing
so until the air bubbles which may have formed
have been eliminated (fig.40).
- During the diagnosis, the following parts are
activated sequentially:
- the coffee unit in order to perform a correct
start positioning;
- then the cup dispenser in order to perform
the loading of the first column of cups in the
release device.
During the subsequent initialisation stage:
- the instant drinks boiler, if present, and water
chamber fill up;
- 2 complete vends of extremely long coffee
are performed automatically for the purpose
of filling the boiler of the coffee unit.
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- when the hydraulic circuit has been filled, the
heating stage begins which automatically
activates the heating elements of the boilers.
F Important
When the boiler is completely filled, carry out
several cleansings of the mixer in order to
remove possible residues in the hydraulic
circuits.
NB: To enable dispensing tests or cleansings,
see the use of the pushbutton panel in “Service”
mode (fig.41).
6.5.3
Cleaning the parts in contact with
foodstuffs
With the distributor switched on, perform several
cleansing cycles of the mixers pressing the
buttons according to the matters described in
the service functions so as to eliminate any
residual dirt from the coffee boiler and the instant
product boiler.
- Wash your hands carefully.
- Prepare a chlorine based anti-bacterial
cleaning solution (products that can be
purchased in chemists) following the
strengths given on the product instruction
labels.
- Remove all the product containers from the
distributor (fig.42).
fig.42
- Remove the lids and product chutes from the
containers (fig. 43). Immerse all items into
the solution previously prepared.
fig.41
- After having performed these operations, wait
about ten minutes until the operating
temperature is reached.
fig.43
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- Remove all the powder chutes, water funnels,
mixing chambers and impellers and silicone
tubes; also immerse these parts in the
prepared solution (fig.44).
6.6
Product loading
6.6.1
Container loading
- the loading of the product containers can be
performed without taking them out of their
housing; should it be necessary to take them
out, take care to close the sliding door that is
mounted on the exit chute of products (fig.
46).
Particularly, for the coffee bean container, it
is necessary to close the hopper sliding door
before removing the container.
fig.44
- With a cloth soaked with the solution clean
the mixer assembly base (fig.45).
fig.46
NB: You can also load containers without taking
them out of the supports.
- Lift the cover of each container and load the
product (fig.47)
fig.45
- The parts must be left to soak in the solution
for the amount of time indicated on the
instruction label.
- Recover all the parts, rinse them thoroughly,
dry them perfectly and proceed with their reassembly in the distributor.
D
Danger
For added safety, after reassembling the
parts, perform several automatic cleansing
cycles so as to eliminate possible residues.
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fig.47
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- Make sure there are no lumps; avoid
compressing the product or using an
excessive quantity, to avoid ageing. We
suggest filling the containers with the quantity
of product needed for the consumption
estimated within two subsequent loadings
(fig.48))
6.6.2
Label insertion
- The labels indicating the product selections
must be inserted in the special slots according
to the order indicated (see fig. 60).
Perform the operation as follows:
- Remove the cup dispenser(fig. 49).
fig.48
Check the capacity of each container in the
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS section.
fig.49
- Insert the labels in the order according to the
selections used on the vending machine (Fig.
50).
- Re-assemble the cup dispenser.
fig.50
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6.6.3
Cup loading
Use only cups designed for automatic vending
machines, with a diameter of 70-71 mm, avoid
compressing the cups together during loading.
ATTENTION: DO NOT TRY TO ROTATE THE
CUP DISPENSER MANUALLY.
In the installation phase with the cup dispenser
completely empty, operate as follows:
- Before switching on the vending machine,
load a column of cups as long as it is not the
one correspondent to the dispensing ring
(fig.51).
fig.52
fig.51
- Insert the key in the door switch (fig.36) and
wait until the column is positioned in the cup
dispensing ring.
- Load all the other columns anticlockwise.
- Replace the lid on the cup dispenser (fig.52).
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6.6.4
Spoon loading
- Remove the metal counter-weight from the
spoon dispensing box (fig.53).
- Once the loading is completed, replace the
counter-weight. (fig.55).
fig.55
fig.53
- Take care the spoons have no burrs, are not
bent and are all placed horizontally.
- Insert the spoons with their pack wrapping in
the column and when they are positioned on
the bottom, cut and remove the wrapping
(fig.54).
fig.54
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6.6.5
Coffee grounds bag insertion
- Take the coffee dregs chute out of its housing.
- Put the bag locking spring onto the chute.
- Insert the plastic bag, wrapping it around the
chute and securing it with the spring (fig.56).
- Re-insert the chute in the guide.
Use short plastic bags so that they do not touch
the bottom of the distributor.
fig.56
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6.6.6
Payment system installation
The distributor does not have a payment system;
any possible damage to the distributor itself and/
or persons and/or property deriving from its
incorrect installation are the responsibility of the
installer of the payment system.
- Remove the support bracket from the
machine (fig.57).
- Hook the coin mechanism to the support
brackets (fig.58).
- Fix the support with the two knobs.
- Connect the coin mechanism to the C.P.U.
board.
NB. The 24V dc coin validators and MDB
systems must be directly connected to the CPU
board; the Executive serial systems are
connected to the CPU via the interface cable
supplied with machine.
The 12V dc coin validators require a special
interface board in order to be connected to the
CPU board.
Then access the programming for the correct
settings.
Consult section “ 7.0 PROGRAMMING” in order
to verify if the parameter setting is consistent
with the system used.
fig.57
fig.58
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7
- PROGRAMMING
NB: seven languages are available, by using the
eprom language kit.
The programming data can be of two kinds:
With the programming procedures described in
this section, it is possible to set all the parameters
related to the machine configuration, the setting
of the individual doses and drink prices and also
obtain sales statistical data.
Ø NUMERICAL DATA
That is all the data that refers to the water,
powder, prices, time and date settings.
The “dialogue” between the operator and the
machine occurs by means of the 16 digit liquid
crystal display and the use of the selection
keyboard.
That is all the data that refers to the logical
statuses of the OPTION menu that describes
the condition (enabled or disabled) of a specific
function.
For programming, some of the keys of the
keyboard are used (fig 60), namely:
Programming key
The programming function is accessed by
pressing the button 1 positioned on the C.P.U.
board (fig.59); the request for the access code
to be entered by means of the keypad, will
appear on the display.
1
2
Ø LOGICAL DATA
• Key PRESEL: DECAFF./ “PRG”
exits from the current programming sub-menu
to go back to the original sub-menu.
• Key 1 or STRONG COFFEE / +
has the double function of increasing the value
of a selected figure (e.g.: the value of a dose)
and/or scrolling forward the list of functions
available in the sub menu.
• Key 2 or LONG COFFEE / is the decrease key and has the function of
decreasing the value of a selected figure.
• Key 3 or COFFEE WITH MILK / NUMBER
allows the user to move the display cursor in
correspondence with the digit that is to be
changed by means of the previous keys + and
• Key 4 or CAPPUCCINO / ENTER (also
fig.59
- The display messages can be shown in two
different languages that can be selected at
choice by the operator during the installation
phase.
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identified as E)
used to confirm the changes made or scroll
through the option menu.
Once the parameter modifications have been
concluded, you can exit from programming
mode by pressing key 1 again on the C.P.U.
board (fig.59).
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KEYBOARD (fig.60).
Maintenance – “Service” Mode
The external keyboard besides being used for
the selections is also partially used for
programming and maintenance.
In particular the keys and their functions are:
a= presel. decaf.
Programming
d = sugar stop
1= strong coffee
2= long coffee
a= presel. decaffeinated
1= strong coffee
2= long coffee
3= coffee with milk
4 = cappuccino
prg
+ (increase)
- (decrease)
cursor number/
cancel
enter confirm
decaffeinated
extra milk
fig.60
b = extra milk
c = without cup
3= coffee with milk
4 = cappuccino
6= milky coffee
7= milk
test without cup,
sugar and spoon
water test
test selections
complete
failure reset
coffee unit rotation
chocolate mixer
cleaning
tea mixer cleaning
milk mixer cleaning
dispensing nozzles
movement
electronic counter
reading
a
c
no cup
b
d
stop sugar
lemon tea
espresso short
1
11
espresso long
2
12
milk & chocolate
Caffé Macchiato
3
13
hot chocolate
Cappucino
4
14
hot chocolate
strong
Cap-Ciok
5
15
chocolate & milk
mocha latte
6
16
hot water
7
17
milk
cup
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Structure of job menus
To access the programming it is necessary to
know the access code or password
cod. 00000
The code to be entered is composed of five
digits.
The cursor appears under the first digit; using
the keys “+” and “-“ (1st and 2nd on the keyboard)
increase or decrease the number; using the 3rd
key (“number”) move the cursor.
Repeat the operations until the access code is
composed.
Once the code is composed, press the key
“Enter” (4th) so as to access the programming
mode.
F Attention
the default code is 00000
After entering the code, the display visualises
the first function:
- by pressing ENTER you access the first
function;
- by pressing + the next function will be
displayed;
- by pressing PRG you exit from the job sub
menu (see example a).
N.B.: If you are in selection mode you can pass
to the programming mode.
If you are in SERVICE mode, first, go to
SELECTION, pressing key 2 (fig.60) then go to
PROGRAMMING, pressing key 1 (fig. 60).
The main menu is composed as follows:
TIMES-DOSES
PRICES
DISCOUNTS
PRICE-SELECT.
INCLUDE-SELECT.
To exit from the programming mode press “PRG”
until one of the above listed functions appears
on the display, then press the programming key
positioned on the C.P.U. board (key 1, fig.59) in
order to return to the selection mode.
After adjusting the machine and setting prices,
coin ducts and configuration, it is possible to
store all this data in a portable device called the
SAECO ELECTRONIC KEY (fig.61) and use the
same configuration for other machines of the
same model.
fig.61
es.a
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OPTIONS
COINS
SALES
TEMPERATURE
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The connection between CPU and the SAECO
ELECTRONIC KEY device occurs by means of
direct connection to the CPU card; check the
position of the connector on the card for the
connection (ref.1, fig. 62).
D
Caution
Connect and disconnect the SAECO
UPDATE device to and from the CPU card
when the machine is switched off .
The following example “b” shows how to move
through the menu using the keys “+, ENTER,
PRG”.
1
fig. 62
Data will be stored in the SAECO ELECTRONIC
KEY until a new configuration reading is
performed.
In order to use the SAECO ELECTRONIC KEY
proceed as follows:
- Turn off the machine and insert the SAECO
ELECTRONIC KEY device into the
appropriate connector on the CPU card (ref.1,
fig. 62); then turn on the machine.
- The display screen asks the following
question: “CPU > KEY?”.
es.b
The example below shows how to perform
changes in programs:
- To read the machine configuration to be
transferred to the SAECO ELECTRONIC
KEY, press key 4 on the keyboard (with
ENTER function ).
- For the writing of the machine configuration
with the content of the SAECO ELECTRONIC
KEY, press key 1 (with INCREASE + function)
- The display screen asks the following
question “KEY > CPU?”: press key 4 on the
keyboard (with ENTER function) to confirm.
es.c
The diagrams illustrated above are valid as
examples for all the menus.
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7.1
Function description
TIME-DOSES
This menu allows access to the water and
product powder dose settings for each available
drink.
By pressing ENTER once, this appears on the
display:
“Key 01 coffee”
Pressing ENTER again, you can start the dose
setting operation for the first selection:
“water 065”
to indicate the water dose.
Using the keys “+”, “-“, “number”, the values of
the water dose related to the espresso coffee of
selection No. 1 can be changed.
By pressing ENTER again, the dose set is
confirmed and the subsequent setting, if any,
appears on the display (in case of instant
SELECTIONS, the powder) otherwise the
program returns automatically to the starting
point; this appears on the display:
Key 16 = hot water + cup
Key 17 = cup
Key 21 = strong decaffeinated coffee
Key 22 = long decaffeinated coffee
Key 23 = decaffeinated coffee with milk
Key 24 = decaffeinated cappuccino
Key 25 = decaffeinated capp-choc
Key 26 = milky decaffeinated coffee
Coffee unit time-out:
maximum activation time of the coffee unit motor
(we advise you not to change it)
Sugar time:
time for the maximum sugar dose
Extra sugar time:
time for the extra sugar dose
Extra milk time:
time for the extra milk dose
Grinder time-out:
maximum grinding time
The water control of both espresso coffee and
instant occurs by means of a volumetric counter.
The dosage of instant product powders is
expressed in seconds.
“Key 01 coffee”
using the key “+” you can scroll through the
menu and choose the next selection to be
changed.
Below is the combination of the keys and
selections indicated in programming:
Key 01 = strong coffee
Key 02 = long coffee
Key 03 = coffee with milk
Key 04 = cappuccino
Key 05 = cappuccino with chocolate
Key 06 = milky coffee
Key 07 = moccaccino
Key 08 = milk
Key 09 = normal tea
Key 10 = normal tea with milk
Key 11 = lemon tea
Key 12 = milk and cocoa
Key 13 = chocolate
Key 14 = thick chocolate
Key 15 = chocolate and milk
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PRICES
Up to 10 prices are available and individually
applicable to each selection.
Press Enter to access the price table
programming; this appears on the display:
“Price 0 0000”
The vending prices are set using the same
procedure used for the dose setting i.e. using
the keys “+”, “-“, “number”.
For free vends, all that has to be done is set the
vending price to zero.
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Press ENTER again to confirm the set value and
the next price is visualised on the display:
“Price 01 0000”
Pressing PRG you return to the PRICES menu:
DISCOUNTS
Up to a maximum of 10 discounts can be
programmed (from Discount 0 to Discount 9)
for as many vending prices as there are.
Furthermore it is possible to program a special
discount for the exclusion of the cup (indicated
with SB).
F Attention
The discounts S0-S9 are tied to time bands
and consequently to the presence of the clock
device on the C.P.U. board.
The discount for the cup is available without
the clock.
Pressing ENTER once, the following appears
on the display:
“Discount 0 0000”
by using the keys “+”, “-“, “number”, you can
carry out the discount setting.
Press ENTER again to confirm the set value and
the next discount is visualised on the display:
“Discount 1 0000”
By pressing “PRG” you return to the
DISCOUNTS menu.
PRICE SELECTIONS
This menu allows the combination of each single
selection (indicated as Key 1 - Key 26) with the
prices previously set (indicated with Price 0 ÷
Price 9).
Press ENTER to go to the sub-menu whose first
function allows the operator to program all
selections at P0 price; the following appears on
the display:
“All at price 0 ? Y/N”
Using the key “+” the desired option is chosen:
Y (=yes) or N (=no)
Selecting the option Yes and pressing ENTER
you can pass on to the programming of:
“Extra milk price = 0000”
“Extra sugar price = 0000”
these concern eventual price increases for extra
milk and extra sugar pre-selections.
Vice versa, selecting the option NO you access
the programming of the single price for each
single selection as follows:
“Key 1 = Price 0”
using the key “+” or “-“ you can scroll through
the table of prices, from 0 to 9; once the desired
price is chosen, it must be confirmed by means
of ENTER, thus proceeding directly to the
programming of the next drink.
Of course it is possible to combine more than
one selection with the same price.
As before, press the PRG key to exit from the
sub-menu.
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INCLUDE-SELECTIONS
This function allows the operator to exclude the
unwanted selections (from Key 01 to Key 26),
making them unavailable.
By pressing ENTER once, this appears on the
display:
“INCLUDE key 01 = Y”
using the keys “+” and “-“, the desired option is
selected: ENTERING “N” THE SELECTION IS
EXCLUDED.
Cup function = enables the cup exclusion preselection key
Fresh ground = option for fresh-ground coffee
Spoon always = enables (Y) the spoon
dispensing for all types of selections (bitter and/
or instant)
Extra milk = enables the extra milk pre-selection
key
Motor delay = option to introduce a delay on the
instant powder motors
Press ENTER again to confirm the value and
go ahead to the next selection.
Milk first = option to dispense milk for coffee with
milk: first (Y) or after (N) the coffee
OPTIONS
Validator = enables (Y) the connection to the
coin box-selector
This function makes a series of options available
in sequence as listed below; press ENTER to
access the sub menu that visualises the first
option.
For each OPTION it is necessary to set the
logical status “Y” or “N” that does or does not
enable the function.
Permanent credit2 = option to visualise the credit
until it runs out (Y) (set the Multivend option to
Y)
By using the keys “+” and “-“, you change logic
values, i.e. the status, from “yes” (Y= enabled)
to “no” (N= disabled); using the keys “+”, “-“,
“number”, you change numeric values.
Executive = enables (Y) the executive coin box
(set Y also for the validator option)
Pressing ENTER again, you confirm the pre-set
value and the next option is visualised on the
display; pressing PRG again, you return to the
“OPTIONS” menu.
2
(The two functions are related; entering “N” for the
Multivend option, any Permanent Credit operation will
automatically be void)
Change giver = option to give the change (with
the system COGES and RUBBINI – SAECO
CARD, set Y)
ECS differentiated = to be enabled (Y) when the
COGES ECS system with differentiated prices
for keys-coins is used. Leave “N” with non-ECS
systems. It is not necessary to set the codes
241, 242, 243 etc. on the machine
PRICE HOLDING = enables (Y) for systems with
Price HOLDING protocol
Decaffeinated 1 = enables the freeze-dried coffee
pre-selection key
BVD system = enables (Y) BDV coin boxes
(available with kit)
1
MDB- ICP system = enables (Y) MDB coin boxes
By setting “S” to this option, the lemon tea selection is
cancelled (both the lemon tea or decaffeinated option is
not possible)
Normal Tea = enables the normal freeze-dried
tea selections: “normal tea” and “normal tea with
milk” corresponding to the keys 11 and 12
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Master Slave = enables (Y) for Master/Slave
protocol, this option enables the functioning of
two machines with a single EXECUTIVE
payment system
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Multi-vend2 = option to visualise the remaining
credit for 3 minutes (Y) or re-set it (N) at the end
of the drink dispensing
Clock = enables the clock (by kit)
Language = language used for displaying all
messages (possibility of choosing between two
stored languages)
Filters * = step-down counter, with indication for
the coffee filter regeneration
* (In any event, does not stop the distributor operation)
Code = new programming access code
Decimal point = display of the amount with the
decimal point
TO pump = enables a maximum operating time
of 40 seconds (S) or 120 seconds (N) of the
espresso pump
Cleansing = enables the automatic cleansing
(available with the clock device)
Cleansing cycle = enables, without expansion
boards, a cleansing of the mixers 30 minutes
after the machine has been switched on.
A second cleansing cycle will follow if no drinks
are dispensed within the following 6 hours; at
this point the cleaning time restarts from the last
drink dispensed. Consequently, one mixer
cleaning per day is guaranteed.
Freeze dried product pre-heating = enables the
pre-heating function of the hydraulic circuit for
selections with freeze dried coffee. Each time a
drink is requested with freeze dried coffee, the
machine carries out a hot wash with 30cc of
water.. This wash is not carried out if, during the
previous 3 minutes, a freeze dried selection has
been made.
Milk pre-heating = enables the pre-heating
function of the hydraulic circuit for selections with
coffee with milk. Each time a drink is requested
with coffee with milk, the machine carries out a
hot wash with 30cc of water.. This wash is not
carried out if, during the previous 3 minutes, a
selection with milk has been made.
Cleaner * = step-down counter, with indication
for the water softener resin regeneration
Grinder * = step-down counter, with indication
for the replacement of the grinder
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COINS
This menu is accessed for programming coins
(from coin 1 to coin 8) in order to make them
compatible with the system used; therefore verify
that the coin box channels correspond to the
machine channels.
Press ENTER once, this appears on the display:
“Coin 1 0050”
by using the keys “+”, “-“, and “number” you can
change the values.
By pressing ENTER, you confirm the change
set or in any event the value visualised on the
display and then pass on to the next coin. In
particular:
“Coin 7 0000”
This channel is used for setting the value for
the obliterator cut or the token, using the specific
interface kit.
Press PRG to return to the COINS menu.
SALES
This function enables access to all selling
statistics audited by the machine.
Confirming by means of ENTER, you
sequentially enter the following menu of statistics
and related management thereof.
By pressing the key “+” you can scroll through
the menu described until reaching the required
function; pressing ENTER, you access the first
item of the selected function and by continuing
to press ENTER you can read the other items, if
any.
TOTAL CASH
Total cashed for sales prices, which cannot be
reset
CASH
Total for sales prices
DISCOUNT
Discounted value total
OVERPAY
Total cashed without sales
TOTAL COUNT
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Total selection count (sales + tests) which cannot
be reset
COUNT
Total selection count (sales + tests) and total
count for each selection.
FREE
Total count and count for each single selection
of “free selections” (free vend key)
TEST
Total count and count for each single selection
of the “test selections”
COINS
Total for each single coin introduced
BANKNOTES
Total for each single banknote introduced (only
with MDB)
ERASE ALL
Function for re-setting all the statistics
Pressing the PRG key you return to the original
menu.
To reset the data act as follows:
- go to CANCEL
- press ENTER
- COD 0000 will appear on the display
- Enter the resetting code, following the
standard procedure
- Press ENTER
- You will be requested if you want to change
the resetting code
- Press “+” if you do not want to change the
code
- “RESET ?” will appear on the display
- Confirm by means of the NUMBER key
At the end of the resetting, press PRG to return
to the original menu.
The data resetting code (4 digits) is different from
the programming access code (5 digits).
The default code is 0001
F Attention
If you want to change the default code
proceed as follows:
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- When requested if you want to change the
code, press ENTER;
- The old code will be displayed;
- Use the keys “+”, “-“ “number” to compose
the new code;
- Confirm using ENTER on completion.
TEMPERATURE
This menu permits the regulation of the
operating temperature of the coffee boiler and
the instant drinks boiler in models with double
boilers.
By pressing ENTER, the following appears for
example:
“Temp. H20 Coff. 087”
by pressing ENTER once again, the following
appears:
“Temp. H20 Inst. 084”
By pressing ENTER the following is displayed:
“Key 3 to end”
Now it is possible to insert the coins in order to
load the “change return” tubes; once the
operation has been completed, press key 3 to
exit.
MDB TUBES UNLOADING
This menu appears when the MDB-ICP(YES)
option is included and enables the emptying of
the “change return” tubes of the coin box.
By pressing ENTER this is displayed:
“T3 for coins from 1 to 16”
8 - SERVICE
by using the keys “+”, “-“ and “number” you can
increase or decrease the temperature of the
water in the respective boilers.
The service (maintenance) functions are
accessed by pressing the service button (key
2) on the CPU board as indicated in figure 59.
In any event the machine is provided with safety
limits so that the maximum temperature values
set do not exceed these limits.
“SERVICE” appears on the display
In the service mode the keys of the external
keypad identify the functions illustrated in
drawing 61, i.e.:
DATA FOR MDB
This menu appears when the MDB-ICP(YES)
option is included and enables the relevant
payment configuration
By pressing ENTER the following is displayed:
“maximum change”
“coin change”
“coins allowed: from 1 to 16”
“banknotes allowed: from 1 to 16”
MDB TUBES LOADING
This menu appears when the MDB-ICP(YES)
option is included and enables the filling of the
“change return” tubes of the coin box.
• TEST WITHOUT SUGAR: after pressing the
key it is possible to use the keypad as in
normal service so as to dispense any
selection without cup, sugar and spoon.
• WATER TEST: after pressing the key it is
possible to use the keypad as in normal
service, so as to dispense any selection with
water only.
• TEST: after pressing the key it is possible to
use the keypad as in normal service so as to
dispense any complete selection (counted as
test dispensing).
F Attention
To cancel a test pre-selection without
dispensing drinks you have only to press the
service key once again.
In this case the distributor will remain in
SERVICE mode.
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• FAILURE RESET: this resets the failures
registered by the distributor and launches a
subsequent diagnostic control in order to
check that there are no other failures.
• COFFEE UNIT CLEANING’: this performs a
cycle of the coffee unit (ESPRESSO version).
F Attention
In the presence of faults, this key has the
function of scrolling through the list of the
anomalies memorised by the distributor.
• MIXER-1 WASH: this allows the cleansing
of the milk mixer
• MIXER-2 WASH: this allows the cleansing
of the tea mixer
• MIXER-3 WASH: this allows the cleansing
of the chocolate mixer
• MIXER-4 WASH: it allows the cleansing of
the tea mixer
• TOTAL VENDS: makes it possible to display
the number of drinks dispensed (general
meter). To return to the service mode you
have to press the service key again.
• NOZZLE MOVEMENT: allows the movement
of the nozzles.
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9 - MAINTENANCE AND
INACTIVITY
9.1
Cleaning and Loading
F Attention
In order to guarantee the correct functioning
of the distributor over time, it is necessary to
carry out certain operations regularly, some
of which are indispensable for the purpose
of complying with current health regulations.
These operations must be carried out with
the distributor open and off; cleaning must
occur before loading products.
9.1.1
Daily cleaning
fig.64
Remove and clean carefully the following:
- powder conveyors (ref.1, Fig.65), suction
chamber (2), ring (3), water conveyor (4),
mixing bowl (5), mixer fan (6)
- silicone dispensing tubes (fig.64)
The objective is to prevent formation of bacteria
in the areas which come into contact with food.
The tools necessary for performing cleaning
operations are: small brushes, clean cloths and
drinkable water.
Operate as follows:
- Wet the cloth and clean all the visible parts
in the dispensing area (fig.63 and fig.64).
fig.65
- dispensing chamber (fig.66)
fig.63
fig.66
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- chute and coffee funnel (fig.67)
fig.67
Before re-assembling, dry all the elements
carefully.
- empty the liquid waste bin, clean it and/or
replace it (fig.69)
fig.69
- Replace the coffee grounds bag (coffee in
grains versions) (fig.70).
- pull out the unit to facilitate cleaning (fig.68)
and with the small brush, clean any residual
coffee powder off the unit.
fig.70
9.1.2
fig.68
Remove all the containers and clean with a wet
cloth all the container support parts, as well as
the bottom and the outside of the distributor, in
particular the dispensing area (fig.71)
fig.71
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Weekly cleaning
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9.1.3
Product loading
When necessary, take steps to load the products
and/or consumable materials of the automatic
vending machine.
For these operations please refer to the initial
installation operations described in Section 4.
9.2
Maintenance
EVERY
DAY
Remove and clean all the visible parts in the
dispensing zone
n
Empty the liquid waste-bins, clean and/or substitute
them
n
Replace the coffee grounds bag
n
Remove all the containers and clean with a wet
cloth all the container support parts, as well as the
bottom and the outside of the distributor, in
particular the dispensing area
EACH
WEEK
EACH
MONTH
n
Disinfect all the parts in contact with food
n
Remove and rinse the coffee unit, lubricate all the
moving parts using silicone grease for alimentary
use
n
Replace gaskets and filters
EVERY EVERY
SIX
10.000
MONTHS DRINKS
n
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9.2.1
Ordinary and extraordinary
maintenance
The operations described in this section are
purely indicative as they are tied to variable
factors such as the water hardness, humidity,
products used and workload, etc.
D
Caution
- lower filter rod (1)
- connecting bar (2)
- guide rods (3)
Every 10,000 vends we advise you to substitute
gaskets and filters.
- gaskets
For the upper filter (fig.73):
For all operations requiring the disassembly
of distributor components make sure the
machine is off.
Entrust the operations mentioned below to
qualified personnel. Should it be necessary to
leave the distributor switched on, use specially
trained personnel.
For more complicated measures, such as boiler
descaling, satisfactory knowledge of the
equipment is necessary.
Disinfect all parts in contact with foodstuffs on a
monthly basis using chlorine-based solutions,
following the procedures already described in
Chapter 4.
9.2.2
Coffee unit maintenance
Plastic unit. It is advisable to remove the unit
and wash it thoroughly in hot water on a monthly
basis; every 5,000 vends and in any event on a
monthly basis, it is advisable to lubricate all the
moving parts of the unit, using silicone grease
for alimentary use (fig.72):
fig.73
- Loosen the upper pin (1) using the spanner
provided
- Unscrew the filter manually (2)
For the lower filter:
- Unscrew the two side screws (ref.1, fig.74)
and remove the upper piston block (2)
fig.74
fig.72
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- Using the spanner provided, manually rotate
lower filter until it is flush with the cup (fig.75)
- Unscrew the screw (1) and replace the filter
(2)
- Re-assemble everything in inverse order
fig.76
- Each complete turn corresponds to a variation
of 0.15g.
- Regulation of the degree of grinding. Turn
the ring nut (ref.2, fig.76) so as to obtain the
desired results.
fig.75
9.3
Settings
9.3.1
Dosage and grinding regulation
After each regulation, three selections are
necessary before obtaining the new
granulometry.
The distributor comes already adjusted to
standard settings, i.e.:
- Temperature of the coffee in the cup of about
78°C for 38 cc of dispensed product
- Temperature of instant products in the cup of
about 73°C
- grams of coffee powder, about 7.2 grams
- grams of instant powder products according
to the matters indicated in specific tables
In order to obtain the best results with the product
used, we advise you to check:
- Grams of ground coffee. Vary the quantity
by turning the screw on the doser (ref.1,
fig.76)
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9.4
Resin regeneration (where the
water softener is provided)
- remove the cover and introduce 1.5 kg of
normal cooking salt (fig.78)
The regeneration of resins must be performed
in relation to the water in the mains network to
which the distributor is connected.
The table indicated below can be used as a
reference:
WATER HARDNESS NUMBER OF SELECTIONS
°French
60cc
130cc
10
25000
12500
20
12500
6000
30
9500
4500
40
6500
3000
50
5000
2500
In order to ascertain the degree of water
hardness and consequently the time and type
of intervention, specific kits available on the
market can be used.
fig.78
- replace the cover
- switch on the machine and let the water pour
out until it is no longer salty
- switch off the machine and close the tap
(fig.79)
The operation can be performed on the
distributor as follows:
switch off the machine
- turn the lower tap taking care to place the
related hose in a bucket or better still in a
drain (fig. 77)
fig.79
This operation takes about 30/45 minutes.
fig.77
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9.5
Inactivity
If the automatic vending machine remains
inactive for a long time it is necessary to take
certain preventive measures:
- disconnect the machine electrically and
hydraulically;
- completely empty the instant drinks boiler and
the chamber incorporating the float, removing
the plug located on the hose along the drain
chute;
- replace the plug once the draining has been
completed (fig.80);
- take steps to clean all the parts in contact
with foodstuffs according to the procedures
already described;
- empty the liquid waste bin and clean it
thoroughly;
- eliminate the coffee grounds bag;
- clean all the internal and external surfaces
of the machine with a cloth;
- protect the outside of the machine with plastic
film or a bag (fig.82);
fig.82
- store in a dry and sheltered place at
temperatures of no lower than 1°C.
fig.80
- unload all products from containers (fig.81)
fig.81
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10 - DISMANTLING
Start emptying the products and water as
described in the previous paragraph. For the
purpose of dismantling, you are advised to
disassemble the machine dividing the parts
according to their composition (plastic, metal
etc).
Afterwards, deliver the subdivided parts to
specialised companies. In the event of a cooling
unit, deliver it without disassembling it to
companies authorised for the disposal of this
particular element.
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11 - TROUBLESHOOTING
GUIDE FOR THE MOST
COMMON FAILURES OR
ERRORS
In SERVICE mode, failures or faults, when
present are immediately displayed in the follow
manner:
Display message
Probable cause
E01 - CUPS
- Lack of cups
- Cup presence microswitch failure
E02 - GRINDER
- Lack of coffee
- Grinder jammed
E03 - COFFEE GOUP
- Unit motor jam
- Motor position microswitch failure
E04 - ESPRES. PUNP
- Pump failure
- Coffee solenoid valve
- Volume meter
E05 - INSTANT PUMP
- Pump failure
- Coffee/instant drink solenoid valve
E07 - SCALING
- Error in scaling factor setting (standard
money) in the coin box
E08 - LACK WATER
- Lack of water
- Liquid waste bin full
- Chamber microswitch failure
E09 - EEPROM MEM.
- EPROM failure
E11 - HEAT SENSOR
- Coffee unit probe short circuited or
interrupted
E12 - COF T<70°C
- Coffee boiler not heated
E13 - INS. T<70°C
- Instant drinks boiler not heated
E15 - CLOCK ERROR
- Clock board malfunction
- Programming error
E16 - VOLUME
- Reduced water delivery capacity in hydraulic
circuit
E17 - NECKS MOTOR
- Nozzle motor failure
- Motor position microswitch failure
NO SERIAL CONNECTION
- Waiting for/no connection with serial coin
box
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The alarm E16- CAPACITY is a mere signal,
which does not block the machine, but does
indicate a progressive reduction of the water
delivery in the pump-solenoid valve circuit or an
inefficiency of the volume meter (small fan) or
the presence of limescale deposit on the
solenoid valves; this signal pre-announces an
imminent failure E04–PUMP.
Other signals that do not block the machine are
also foreseen and have the objective of advising
the user that the regeneration of descaler resins,
the grinders and filters is necessary.
The number of vends beyond which the
regeneration is deemed necessary is set in the
OPTIONS menu; the display messages
anticipated are:
- *
to indicate the error E16 CAPACITY
- a
to indicate the resin regeneration
- &
to indicate the filter replacement
- $
to indicate the grinder replacement
- #
to indicate the replacement of filters
and grinders
- %
to indicate resin regeneration and
grinder replacement
- W
to indicate resin regeneration and
filter replacement
- p
to indicate resin regeneration as well
as filter and grinder replacement.
If one of the above mentioned symbols is
displayed, by entering the SERVICE mode, the
message ALARM will appear followed by the
symbol for which maintenance is necessary.
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JP1/JP2
JP3
JP4
JP6
JP7
JP8
JP9
J1
J2
J3
J4
J5
J7
J8
J9
F2
S1
S2
LD1
LD2
JMP1
JMP2
TR1
U1
U2
= EXPANSION BOARD CONNECTION
= DISPLAY CONNECTOR
= KEYS EXPANSION
= POWER BOARD CONNECTOR
= COUNTER
= 24V VALIDATOR CONNECTOR
= OBLITERATOR CONNECTOR
= PC PROGRAMMING CONNECTOR
= DATA COLLATION CONNECTOR
= SAECO ELECTRONIC KEY CONNECTOR
= EXECUTIVE CONNECTOR (MASTER)
= PUSHBUTTON PANEL CONNECTOR
= 24V INPUT CONNECTOR
= MDB CONNECTOR
= EXECUTIVE CONNECTOR (SLAVE)
= 4A FUSE
= PROGRAMMING KEY
= SERVICE KEY
= PAYMENT SYSTEMS SERIAL CONNECTION LED
= SUPPLY LED
= JUMPER FOR COIN 7
= JUMPER FOR COIN 8
= DISPLAY CONTRAST REGULATION
= EPROM BASE
= CLOCK BASE
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