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THE E.S.E. SYSTEM
The X1 espresso machine uses the EASY SERVING ESPRESSO (E.S.E.) system: for it to operate properly it is necessary to use the E.S.E.
servings, which are easily recognisable from the brand name printed on the packets, the same one that is shown on the espresso
machines. The E.S.E. system guarantees a series of benefits: the quality of the espresso coffee always remains constant, irrespective
of the consumer's skill in making it. It is easy to use and very fast, and the system is extremely easy to clean. The standard E.S.E. is
achieved by setting the filter-holder on the icon “long espresso”.
IMPORTANT SAFETY MEASURES
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be taken, including the following:
- Read the instructions carefully
- Never touch hot surfaces. Use handles and knobs
- To protect against fire, electric shock and injury to persons do not immerse cord, plugs or machine in water or other liquid
- The machine must not be used by children
- Unplug from power socket:
*when the appliance is not in use
*before cleaning
*the water tank is being filled.
Before unplugging, make sure that the general switch (A) is in off position, or up.
Allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts and before cleaning the appliance
- Do not operate any appliance that has a damaged power cord or plug or has given signs of malfunctioning, or has been damaged in any way. Return the
appliance to the nearest authorised service facility for checking or repairs
- The use of accessory attachments that are not recommended by the appliance manufacturer may cause fires, electric shocks or injuries to people
- Do not use outdoors
- Do not leave power cord to hang over edge of table or counter
- Do not place the appliance on electric or gas burners, or in a hot oven
- Do not use the appliance for anything other than its intended use
- This machine is designed to “make espresso coffee” and to “heat beverages”: take care not to scald yourself with jets of water or steam or from
improper use
- After removing the packaging, make sure that the machine is in good conditions. Should there be any doubt whatsoever, do not use the appliance and
contact a qualified person
- This appliance is intended for household use only. Any other use is considered improper and thereby dangerous
- The manufacturer shall not be held responsible for any damage deriving from improper, incorrect or unreasonable use
- Should there be any fault or malfunction, switch the machine off and do not tamper with it. Contact only Technical Assistance Centres that are
authorised by the manufacturer for any repairs and ask them to use original spare parts only. Failure to do so will compromise the safety of the
appliance
- Place the appliance on a work top away from water taps and basins
- Check that the electrical mains voltage corresponds to that indicated on the plate. Connect the appliance only to an earthed power socket with a
minimum rating of 6A at 230 VAC and a 12A rating at 110 VAC
- The manufacturer shall not be held responsible for any accidents caused by failure to provide an earthing system or non compliance with the laws in force
- Should there be any incompatibility between the socket and the appliance plug, have the socket replaced with another of a suitable type by a qualified
person
- The machine must not be installed in an environment with a temperature lower than or equal to 0°C (if the water freezes, the appliance could get
damaged) or exceeding 40°C
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KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS IN A SAFE PLACE
Caution: If limescale is not removed regularly - as outlined in the chapter on DESCALING - it is imperative that this is done by a service centre.
MACHINE INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
Before connecting the machine to the electrical mains, read the safety rules outlined in the previous chapter with care.
Make sure that switches (A), (B) and (C) are in up position, that the steam knob (I) is closed (fig.1) and that the machine is unplugged from the electrical mains.
Insert the filter-holder (G) (fig. 2).
Remove tank (R), wash it, fill it with cold water and replace it in the machine (fig. 3); make sure that the intake pipe (Q) is immersed in the water.
Connect the machine to the power supply.
SWITCHING ON
Make sure that there is water in the tank.
Switch the machine on by flipping switch (A) downwards. Make sure that the red light (D) (fig. 4) comes on. If a repetitive acoustic signal is given every second,
flip the coffee and steam switches upwards.
When the machine is first switched on, the thermometer pointer (F) starts to go up until it reaches the steam zone and then it returns to the coffee zone. After a
few minutes, the green light (E) (fig. 5) comes on to indicate that the operating temperature has been reached and there is a short acoustic sound. Should the
lights or the rapid acoustic signal (5 impulses per second) fail to come on consult the chapter on TROUBLESHOOTING.
The machine is fitted with a pressure regulating valve in the boiler, which causes slight dripping from the filter-holder when the temperature increases
(switching on and when switching from “coffee” to “steam.
NOTE: If the machine is being used for the first time or if it has been inoperative for a lengthy period, flushing is recommended by running water through
the filter-holder several times (fig. 6).
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COFFEE PREPARATION
Foreword: the X1 machine has been designed to provide the best coffee using an E.S.E. coffee pod as shown in figure 7.
If a different serving is used, remove the excess paper, leaving a 5 mm border around the coffee pod; otherwise technical inconveniences may arise and water
may leak from the extraction group.
Make sure that the machine ready light (E) comes on and switch (C) is in coffee position (up) (fig. 8).
Remove filter-holder (G), place the serving in the centre of the filter-holder (fig. 9), fit filter-holder in the brewhead and turn to the right until it is aligned with
the type of coffee required.
In fact, the machine is fitted with the innovative extraction group >TRIO that allows a mild coffee (fig.10A), normal coffee (fig.10B) or extra-strong coffee
(fig. 10C) to be prepared in the best possible way, depending on how the filter-holder is positioned.
Flip switch (B) downwards and once you have the required amount of coffee flip switch (B) back in up position.
When the operation has been completed, remove the filter-holder and then the used serving by turning the filter-holder upside down and tapping the edge on
the rubber used serving dump (fig. 11).
To prepare other coffees, repeat the entire sequence.
Before switching off the machine or after each use, empty the filter-holder, put it back in the brewhead and flush it with hot water so as to remove any residues.
Once the operation is completed, leave the filter-holder released.
Caution: Should you forget to switch the water off, the machine will automatically switch the pump off after about two minutes and an acoustic signal will come
on every second; to reset operation, simply flip coffee switch (B) upwards.
Do not used distilled or demineralised water to prepare coffee.
Caution: If the machine has been on for several hours without any coffee having been prepared, you may notice a few problems in getting it restarted
(button B). Simply open the steam knob (I) for a few seconds, after having pressed the coffee button (B), and the machine will restore its normal operation.
STEAM GENERATION TO MAKE A CAPPUCCINO
To make a cappuccino, after having prepared the coffee, pour some cold milk into a metal recipient and follow the instructions below.
Make sure that the filter-holder has no serving in it.
Flip switch (C) to steam position; the machine ready light (E) will switch off and the thermometer temperature indicator (F) will start to go up (fig. 12).
When the machine is ready, a short acoustic sound will be given and the green light will come on again; turn the steam knob (I) anti-clockwise, allow the residual
water to flow out of the pipe until steam is released, then close the steam valve.
Place the milk recipient under the steam wand (J) (fig.13) and turn the steam knob (I) anti-clockwise.
The small hole (K) on the steam wand will take in the necessary amount of air to create a froth for the cappuccino; therefore make sure that it is not covered by
the milk.
Once the desired amount of froth has been achieved, close the steam valve and flip switch (C) upwards (fig.14)
Pour the milk and froth in the cup containing the coffee (fig. 15).
Clean the cappuccino spout (K) from all milk residues (fig. 16) avoiding direct contact with the hands at all times.
CAUTION: Contact with the wand (J) may cause serious burns.
COFFEE PREPARATION AFTER STEAM DISPENSING
It is very important to avoid making an espresso immediately after steam has been dispensed, as the machine is still too hot and this could compromise the
flavour.
Flip selector switch (C) from steam position (down) to coffee position (up); the light (E) goes off for a few minutes giving the machine a little time to cool down;
when the boiler has reached a suitable temperature, the light comes on again and coffee can be prepared once again.
If you wish to reduce the temperature of the machine quickly and obtain a perfect espresso, follow the instructions below:
1. Make sure that switch (C) is in coffee position (out). (fig. 14)
2. Dispense steam by opening the steam valve (I), after placing a recipient under the steam wand (J), close the steam valve when a brief acoustic signal is
given and the green light turns on again. (fig. 17)
3. The boiler has again reached a suitable temperature to prepare an espresso coffee.
The machine is fitted with a pressure regulating valve in the boiler, which causes slight dripping from the filter-holder when the temperature increases
(switching on and when switching from “coffee” to “steam.
CAUTION: If switch (C) is in steam position (down), coffee switch (B) does not work. (fig. 18)
HOT WATER DISPENSING
Hot water is dispensed through the steam wand (J).
Proceed as follows:
1. Make sure that coffee switch (B) and steam switch (C) are in up position and the machine ready light (E) is on
2. Place a recipient under the steam wand
3. Turn the steam knob (I) anti-clockwise and flip the water/coffee switch (B) downwards (fig. 19)
4. Dispense the required amount of hot water
5. Flip water/coffee switch (B) upwards and turn steam knob (I) clockwise (fig. 20).
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
For correct operation and a high quality standard acurate cleaning of the machine is recommended on a regular basis.
Procedures to be followed with cold and disconnected machine:
- water tank cleaning
- filter-holder cleaning; NB: cleaning and removal of any solid residues is more accurate if the filter is removed by means of the screw (fig. 21)
- steam wand cleaning; NB: remove any milk residues on the wand, the air intake hole and the steam outlet hole with precision
- drip tray cleaning
- grate cleaning.
Should there be any water leak from the filter-holder when preparing coffee, replace the O-R seal by removing it from its seat (fig. 22) and inserting the new one
provided (T) (fig. 23). To clean the plastic filter-holder release it from the handle. To do this, turn the used serving container (U) upside down and press the spout
in the hole, the filter will automatically drop out (fig. 24).
Procedures to be followed with machine on:
To remove fatty residues of coffee from the extraction group compartment, which can spoil the aroma and taste of your espresso if they deposit and age, clean
the machine every 30 days using a cleaning tablet to dissolve such residues. A sample of this product can be found inside the package.
Proceed as follows:
1. Remove the filter-holder handle (G) from the machine
2. Place a tablet in the filter
3. Replace the handle (G) with the tablet in the machine
4. Position a recipient beneath the filter-holder, turn on the coffee switch (B) for 30 seconds and wait 60 seconds before turning on the coffee switch again.
During this 60-second break, turn the handle to the left and to the right and vice versa, several times to clean the seal as well
5. Repeat point 4 six times
6. Once the 6 cycles have been completed, make sure there are no tablet residues in the filter-holder
7. If there are any residues, make sure they are removed by releasing the filter-holder from the machine, and washing it with hot water by turning on coffee
switch (B)
8. Turn off coffee switch (B)
9. Replace the filter-holder handle (G) in the machine
Important:
Remember to keep the steam pipe clean from any milk residues both inside and outside the holes.
Clean the cappuccino maker immediately after every use by means of a sponge. The holes can be cleaned using a pin (fig. 16).
At night dip the filter-holder in a recipient filled with water to keep it clean.
DESCALING
The need to remove limescale depends on the type of water used, the hours of machine operation and the number of coffees made.
Descaling is recommended every 2 months.
Do not use distilled or demineralised water to prepare coffee.
CAUTION: The use of our descaling product (fig. 25) is recommended. If limescale removal is not performed, it could cause defective operation, which is not
covered by the warranty. Vinegar, lye, salt, formic acid damage the machine!
Descaling procedure:
Dilute the contents of a sachet in 1 litre of water. Pour the solution in the water tank. Switch on the machine and flush the equivalent of 2 to 3 cups. Wait 15
minutes and flush 2 or 3 cups of solution at regular intervals until the water has finished. Repeat the operation until all the solution has been used up. Then wash
the tank, fill it with fresh water and flush again with clear water about ten times so that the boiler is completely free from any residues. Caution: if descaling is
not carried out regularly, it must be performed by an authorised assistance centre.
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Body material:
Painted steel
Internal boiler material:
Brass
Pump:
18 bar
Weight without packaging:
8.40 kg
Voltage:
230 V, 50 Hz (EU); 120 V, 60 Hz (USA)
Power:
1050 W (EU); 1100W (USA)
Tank:
1.2 litres
Electronic high-precision thermostat, cup warmer, steam and hot water, automatic boiler filling.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make modification or improvements without prior notice.
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LIMITED WARRANTY CONDITIONS
The warranty does not cover repairs caused by:
- Faults due to limescale or non regular descaling
- Faults due to operation with different power supply to that indicated on the data plate
- Faults due to improper use or use not conform to the instructions
- Faults due to internal modifications made to the machine.
The cost of repairs on machines that have been previously carried out by non-authorised assistance centres shall be at customer's full expense.
If the machine is kept on without having filled the boiler with water any damage caused will not be covered by the warranty.
Moreover:
- Do not tap filter-holder on the drip grate (L) or body
- Do not put the drip tray (M) in the dishwasher
- Keep the internal part of the tank holder dry at all times.
Non observance of these points could create problems to the body that are not covered by the warranty.
Keep the original packaging (at least for the warranty period). This will be useful if the machine needs to be taken to the assistance centre for repairs.
Any damage caused by transportation without suitable packaging is not covered by the warranty.
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
PERSISTENCE OF THE
PROBLEM
- Slow acoustic impulses
(1 per second)
If this occurs when the machine is switched on: flip the coffee/hot water switch (B) and steam
switch (C) upwards. If this occurs when the coffee or hot water is dispensed, flip the coffee/hot
water switch (B) upwards. If it occurs during the steam supply, switch off the steam handle and set
the selector steam/coffee (C) on the coffee position again
Carry out the following operations: switch off the machine; fill the water tank; place a recipient
under the steam wand and open the steam valve; switch on the machine; wait for water to flow out
of the steam wand; close the steam valve; wait for the green light (E) to come on
The machine is dirty: see chapter on CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Flip the coffee/hot water switch (B) upwards
case a) no water in the tank: fill the tank with water; put a recipient under the steam wand and open
the steam valve; flip the coffee/hot water switch (B) downwards; wait for water to flow out of the
steam wand then close the steam valve; check that coffee dispensing is restored
case b) steam switch (C) is in down position (steam): flip upwards; refer to chapter on COFFEE
PREPARATION AFTER STEAM DISPENSING
case c) when the machine has been on for a lengthy period without dispensing any beverage: open
the steam valve and press the coffee button (B) until water comes out of the steam pipe, then close
the valve and make coffee regularly
Check that switch (C) is in down position; Check that light (E) is on; Switch off the machine by means
of general switch (A); Wait for it to cool down (at least one hour). Remove any obstruction in the
steam hole
Switch off the machine. Disconnect the machine plug from the mains
Contact assistance
Remove any obstructions in hole (K); Make sure that the switch (C) is in down position and that light
(E) is on
Switch off the machine and disconnect the power cord. Wait for the machine to cool down. Remove
any solid residues from the bottom of the boiler. If the problem persists: replace the circular
rubber seal, following the indications given in chapter CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Check the status of the domestic electric mains protection switches. Check the connection of the
electrical cord to the machine. Plug in the electrical cord to the mains again
Contact assistance
- Rapid acoustic impulses
(5 per second)
- Coffee has a foul taste
- The machine does not
dispense coffee
- When the valve is opened,
no steam is produced
- Water leak inside the
machine
- Steam is dispensed but the
milk does not froth
- Water leaks from the group
when dispensing
- When the machine is
switched on light (D) does
not come on
RECOMMENDATIONS
To obtain a top-quality espresso, remember to:
- warm up the cups before using them (on the cup warmer or using hot water)
- prepare the coffee only when the green light comes on and switch (C) is in up position
- dispense a small amount of water after use to remove coffee residues from the group
- switch on the machine at least 20 minutes prior to use
- change the water in the tank at least once a week
Moreover, the use soft water is recommended so as to reduce the amount of limescale deposits in the machine.
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