HD7852/50 - Senseo onderdelen

HD7852/50 - Senseo onderdelen
Coffee Maker Senseo “Latte Select”
HD7852/50
Philips Consumer Lifestyle
Service Manual
PRODUCT INFORMATION
- Standby power (switched off )
- Standby power
(switched on 30 min)
- Pressure Coffee system
- Pressure Steam system
- Contents water reservoir
- Contents milk reservoir
- Auto shut off
- Variable Coffee volume
- This product meets the requirements regarding
interference suppression on radio and TV.
- After the product has been repaired, it should function
properly and has to meet the safety requirements as
officially laid down at this moment.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
- Voltage
- Frequency
- Power consumption
Boiler
Steam heater
:
:
:
:
:
220 - 240 V
50 - 60 Hz
2650 W
1450 W
1200 W
- Colour setting
- Sap coding
: 1 W
:  30 W
(room temperature)
:  1.6Bar
:  1 Bar
: 1200 cc/mL
: 120 cc/mL
: 30 min
: Min, Normal and Max
(see Table)
: Warm Metallic
: HD7852/50
Coffee volume overview
Min cc/mL
Normal cc/mL
Max cc/mL
France version
80
100
140
General version
80
122
145
Coffee/Milk
receipe
Weight (g)
Indication temperature for chosen Coffee/Milk receipe
very depended from milk inlet temperature.
cc
max. (g)
min. (g)
(°C)
Cappuccino
160  16
156
124
 69
Latte Macchiato
220  24
202
158
 63
Café Latte
190  20
179
141
 67
Published by Philips Consumer Lifestyle
10/10
Volume (cc)
Printed in the Netherlands
© Copyright reserved
Subject to modification
HD7852/50
Build up: Steam circuit
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m
p
Steam ll
seal
Reflux
valve in
milk
container
Venting
valve
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kk
Water
Container
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hh
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o
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h
Three-way
valve with
Check valve
Brew
Chamber
Boiler
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Thermo
block ff
cc
ee
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Check valve
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bb aa
a-p
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dd
Steam
pump
Overpressure
valve
Legend:
a
c
Water pump Inside the appliance
Low pressure tube
High pressure tube
Low pressure connections
High pressure connections
Electrical circuit
Temp. sensor
boiler
W
Temp. sensor
Thermo block
X
Lid close
detection
switch
U
Z
Water level
sensor
S
CONNECTION
PCB
Y
V
Milk tank
detection
sensor
T
Descale tool
detector
TCO
CALC
CLEAN
CLEAN
Boiler
L
Fuse
USER INTERFACE
PCB
Pump M
Fuse
M
Steam
pump
CONTROL
PCB
Thermo block
Fuse
Fuse
N
Push buttons
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DISASSEMBLY- AND RE-ASSEMBLY ADVISE
HD7852/50
Remove back cover.
Remove brew chamber cover to reach user interface PCB.
- Remove screws (T15) from the back cover.
- Remove valve outlet.
- Start at the upper side of the back cover and stick a
screwdriver between the back cover and lid cover and gently
pull the back cover from the appliance so that a little chink
between back cover and lid becomes visible.
- Put the screwdriver into the 2 rectangular holes (snap locks)
at the back and gently pull the screwdriver such away that
the lips of the snap locks are bent outwards.
- If both clicks positions are loose, it is possible to remove the
back cover.
- Reassemble follow steps backwards.
- To remove the brew chamber lid cover place the screwdriver
on the positions (see picture) and lift the cover over the
snap locks on both positions.
Remove brew chamber:
Removing Brew chamber head handle as follows:
- Remove boiler from the snap lock position of the brew
chamber.
- Gently lift the backside (see picture) of the brew chamber
up and unhook the two snap locks on front with help of a
screw driver.
- The cover lid can now be lifted a little.
- Remove the complete cover by unlocking the pushrod from
the brew chamber.
- The user interface PCB can be removed by unscrewing
3 screws (T8)
- Reassemble follow steps backwards.
Removing the “de-scaling Hall sensor” detector / steam
connection
- To be able to remove the Hall sensor, first unhook the spout
out of the housing.
- Hall sensor assy can be taken out.
- To disconnect the steam connector rotate it clockwise and
pull out of the spout.
- Remove connection PCB + PCB cover.
- Remove 3 way valve and electronic connectors (U & Z)
from the connection PCB.
- Reassemble follow above steps backwards.
Remove the “lid closed” detection micro switch.
Disassemble brewing head.
- Unlock the snap lock which is holding the micro switch
assembly. (see picture for detail)
To reach the components like pump, PCB, steam heater
placed on the base.
- First remove back cover, brew chamber, 3-way valve, steam
pump and boiler.
- Remove the 4 Torx T15 screws (two at the base and two at
the housing part.
- Bend the 2 click snap locks with a screwdriver (see base),
the housing can now be removed.
- To remove the rest of the housing unlock the 4 snap locks at
the base and gently pull of the front cover.
- To reassemble follow above steps backwards.
OPTIONAL (accessories)
- HD7010 Latte Select Milk Container.
- 4222 259 43670 Senseo Descaler kit
- Gently pull out the switch assembly.
- Reassemble follow above steps backwards.
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REPAIR INSTRUCTION
HD7852/50
Descaling
Volume adjustment
Regular descaling will prolong the life of your appliance and
will guarantee optimal brewing results for a long time.
• Follow the steps in the section headed “Preparing the
appliance for use” see DFU (Direction for Use manual)
• Instead of only water use a mix of water and Lemon sour.
• For the best result leave the mix of water and Lemon sour
for about 30 Minutes in the appliance, before you start with
flushing the appliance.
• To get the best results repeat above-mentioned step once or
twice.
• When finished, flush the appliance twice by repeating the
above-mentioned steps only use water instead.
The PCB circuit board makes it possible to adjust the volume
output by means of pushing the one-cup and two-cup user
controls.
How to adjust the volume output:
1. Be sure the boiler is filled properly, other wise perform fill
procedure see DFU for instructions.
2. Switch appliance on and wait until the unit is ready to
brew.
and select
3. Select the Coffee function
normal volume
4. Be sure a pod holder is placed, but without a Coffee
POD. (Only adjusting with plain water)
5. Place a cup on the drip tray cover and push the one-cup
button.
6. When the appliance has finished it is stabilized to perform
the volume adjustment.
7. Empty the cup, podholder and push again for one cup
setting, measure the volume output with a graduated
beaker. In the table you can find the requirements for
the minimum / maximum volume output cc/mL values
depending from the country version:
One-cup setting, normal volume,
Including Pod holder, water spec. (Without Coffee pod)
Min. water cc/mL
Max. water cc/mL
France version
104
120
General version
125
141
8. Unplug the appliance from the mains.
9. Press the one and two cup button simultaneously and
plug the mains on.
10. When above steps succeeded the main on/off switch- ,
one cup- and two cup button led will be on.
11. Depending if the volume has to de- or increase you have
to push the one- or two cup button.
Every time you push the 1- or 2 cup button the LED will
turn off for 0.5 second (feedback to user) and the pump
time will be shortened or lengthened for 0.5 seconds
depending which button was pushed.
Pushing 1 cup button pump, time will be shorten with
0.5 sec is approximately − 3.5 cc/mL (less coffee)
Pushing 2 cup button pump, time will be lengthen with
0.5 sec is approximately + 3.5 cc/mL (more coffee)
When the volume has to increase with 10 cc for example,
push the 2 cup button 3 times.
The new value will only be stored when you switch the
appliance off by pushing the main switch.
(LED will turn off )
12. Turn appliance on again and brew one cup, measure the
volume. In case the volume is not within specification
repeat steps 7 – 11.
13. End.
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REPAIR INSTRUCTION
HD7852/50
Service test routines.
Automatic filling procedure:
Sensors and buttons check mode.
The Senseo is equipped with a lot of sensor and push buttons.
To be able to check the function of those components a
special service routine has been applied.
1. Unplug the appliance from the mains.
2. Press the on/off- and two cup button simultaneously
and plug the mains on.
3. When above steps succeeded the main on/off switch- ,
one cup- and two cup button led will be on.
In below table you can find which sensors or buttons
correspondent with the indication of the user panel.
For example push the one cup button and the light will be
on.
Selected function
User panel reaction
One cup button
On/off button
CLEAN
Two cup button
Calc-clean button
The Senseo PCB contains an automatic filling procedure
software routine.
This fill routine is only meant for back-up.
Normally the consumer has to follow the guidelines stated in
the DFU.
The filling procedure functions as follows:
The consumer has to fill the water container and has to plug
the appliance on the mains.
When the Senseo main switch has been pushed the main
switch led, one- and two cup led will light continuously.
This is only the case when the Senseo has not finished the
filling procedure completely! (First use)
This can be checked by reconnect the power cord a second
time to the net and check if the main switch LED will blink
very rapidly for approximately 1 second.
When the consumer pushes the one or two-cup button, the
Senseo will start automatically the pump to fill the boiler and
after that the Steam heater will also be filled.
When the boiler is filled the pump stops pumping. (Pump
time approximately 22 seconds)
When the filling procedure has been successful the software
will clear a Boiler_empty_flag in the Eeprom.
By means of this Boiler_empty_flag the system knows the
boiler is filled or not!
Coffee select button
When the Senseo is switched off or disconnected from the
mains, the value of the Boiler_empty_flag is stored in the
Eeprom chip.
Volume select button
Close lid detection switch
Hall sensor milk container
Hall sensor descale tool
Hall sensor Tank low volume
Hall sensor Tank high volume
CALC
CLEAN
Restoring the Boiler_empty_flag to production default:
Some times it is needed that the boiler of the Senseo have to
be emptied.
This for instance in wintertime were the possibility exists that
the boiler becomes frozen during transport e.g.
For those occasions it is handy to restore the Boiler_empty_
flag again to production default in the Eeprom.
Bringing the Senseo back into production status, has the
benefit the flush routine will be activated automatically
when installed by the consumer, see topic Automatic filling
procedure.
To SET the Boiler_empty_flag can be done by:
Keep the 1-cup button pressed while plugging in the power
cord of the appliance.
The main switch LED will blink very rapidly for
approximately 1 second.
To check if the Boiler_empty_flag is really set, you should
reconnect the power cord a second time to the net and
check if the main switch LED will blink very rapidly for
approximately 1 second.
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PARTS LIST
= changed
HD7852/50
Pos
Service code
Description
1
2
3
4
5
4222 259 43890
4222 259 43900
4222 247 56920
4222 259 41730
4222 240 00320
Padholder assy 1-cup
Padholder assy 2-cup
Milk Tube
Milk container assy
Driptray cover
6
7
8
9
10
4222 259 43910
4222 259 41510
4222 259 42310
4222 259 43860
4222 247 00310
Driptray assy
Warm Metallic
Water container assy
Translucent Dark Grey
Decalcification dummy assy
Lasered/printed lid panel
Warm Metallic
Lever
Metal
11
12
13
14
15
4222 247 58270
4222 240 01410
4222 259 44590
4222 247 06810
4222 240 05990
Push rod
Slider spring
User interface PCB assy
Brew chamber seal
Ejector pin
16
17
18
19
20
4222 247 41920
4222 247 58910
4222 247 61740
4222 247 58950
4222 247 58930
Distribution disk
Collector
Spout housing cover
Spout lever
Spout
21
22
23
24
25
4222 259 41660
4222 259 42440
4222 247 61690
4222 259 41610
4213 247 05250
Sensor decalcification assy
Steam connecting assy
Spouthousing
Sensor milk container
Foot
26
27
28
29
30
4222 259 42430
4222 259 41230
4222 259 41210
4222 247 61780
4222 259 41470
Lid switch lid close detection assy
Steam pump
Sensor water level + PCB housing
Valve outlet
Valve assy zebra
31
32
33
34
35
4222 259 43880
4222 247 05510
4222 259 41870
4222 259 37240
4222 259 41750
Backcover assy
Light Beige
Corrugated tube
Fuse assy welded (2 pieces)
Pump
ULKA HF 230 V ~50 Hz
Thermo block assy
36
37
38
39
40
4222 247 61940
4222 259 44270
4222 247 05130
4222 259 41620
4222 247 60010
TCO cap
Boiler assy TCO
NTC O-ring
NTC boiler assy
Driptray shaft support
41
42
43
44
45
4222 259 43800
4222 247 60260
4222 259 42160
4222 259 41180
4222 259 42680
PCB assy base
T-piece
Venting valve assy
Safety valve assy
One way valve
46
47
48
4222 259 43840
4222 259 43831
4222 247 61661
Brew chamber assy
Housing
Driptray carrier
Light Beige
Light Beige
Translucent Bright White
Blue
Light Beige
Translucent Bright White
Light Beige
CEME E151
Light Beige
V7.0 - 230 V
Blue
Warm Metallic
Lacquered Warm
Light Beige
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EXPLODED VIEW
HD7852/50
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1
6
2
3
4
7
8
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10
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Z
h
12
g
14
15
16
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EXPLODED VIEW
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p
26
17
g
U
29
30
f
46
e
18
aa
27
j
19
i
20
21
28
T
22
S
i
ll
31
a
32
b
33
23
33
34
X
c
24
V
gg
ff
35
25
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EXPLODED VIEW
HD7852/50
36
e
U
37
d
38
c
39
T
V
W
X
S
Y
Z
28
W
47
40
y
41
48
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HD7852/50
43
42
o
ll
jj
n
m
p
l
kk
ii
42
k
hh
44
gg
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dd
cc
ff
45
bb
aa
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