KF 2060
KF 2061 Aroma
KF 2062 Timer
Coffee Machines
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Operating instructions
Mode d’emploi
Istruzioni per l’uso
Návod k použití
g Dear Customer,
Please read these operating instructions carefully. Above all please
observe the safety instructions on the
initial pages of these operating instructions! Please keep the operating instructions for later reference. Pass them on to
any subsequent owner of the appliance.
Features (Figure 1)
Water tank lid
Operating features (see Figures 2a/b/c)
Water tank
External water level gauge
Cord compartment
Non-stick warming plate
Rating plate (underside of appliance)
Coffee jug
Removable filter basket
Carbon filter system (see Figure 3)
Operating Features
Figure 2a (KF 2060)
A On/off button
B Indicator (red) for ON/OFF
Figure 2b (KF 2061 Aroma)
On/off button
Indicator (red) for ON/OFF
Aroma button
Indicator (green) for AROMA SETTING
Figure 2c (KF 2062 Timer)
B HOURS button
C MINUTES button
E Indicator (green) for AUTO-START
F Indicator (red) for ON/OFF
G On/off button
H Programme button
J Aroma button
Carbon Filter System (Figure 3)
A Filter holder handle
B Carbon filter
C Filter holder
1 Safety Instructions
• The operating voltage and mains voltage must match! (See rating plate on
underside of appliance.)
• Never allow the mains lead to come
into contact with hot parts!
• Never pull the plug from the socket by
means of the mains lead!
• Do not use the appliance if:
– the mains lead is damaged,
– the casing shows signs of damage
• Never put water into the appliance
when it is hot! Switch the coffee
machine off and leave it to cool for
approx. 5 mins!
• Follow the instructions on descaling!
• Prior to carrying out maintenance or
cleaning, ensure that the appliance is
switched off and unplugged from the
• Do not submerge the base unit in
• If it should be necessary to repair the
coffee machine or replace the mains
lead, please send the appliance either
to the specialist dealer you bought it
from (special tools must be used for
repairs), or to your nearest AEG customer service centre (see back page).
Electrical appliances may only be
repaired by trained technicians.
Improper repairs can give rise to significant hazards for the user.
No responsibility can be accepted for
damage to appliances that have not
been used correctly or for the correct purpose.
Technical Data
Power consumption: 1000 W
Mains voltage: 230 V
This appliance complies with the following EC directives:
– 73/23/EEC dated 19.02.1973 “Low
Voltage Directive”, including
Amending Directive 93/68/EEC
– 89/336/EEC dated 03.05.1989 “EMC
Directive”, including Amending
Directive 92/31/EEC
Carbon Filter System (Figure 3)
Your coffee machine is fitted with a
carbon filter. This carbon filter helps to
remove the majority of such elements
as chlorine from tap water that might
otherwise spoil the flavour. This allows
the full flavour of your coffee to
Inserting and Changing the
Carbon Filter (Figure 4)
0 Remove the carbon filter provided
from its plastic packaging and rinse
thoroughly under running water.
0 Raise the lid above the water tank (Figure 1/A).
0 Insert the carbon filter (Figure 3/B) in
the filter holder (Figure 3/C). Ensure
that the carbon filter is fully and correctly in place!
0 Attach the filter holder handle
(Figure 3/A) firmly to the filter holder
(Figure 3/C).
0 Insert the complete carbon filter system into the recess in the water tank
(Figure 4).
The tap water will be filtered during
the brewing procedure. Please note
that the carbon filter must be
replaced either after 60 brewing
procedures or after 6 weeks (whichever is the sooner) so that the filtering will continue to be effective. The
old carbon filter cannot be cleaned
and must be replaced with a new
Important: Regardless of how frequently the coffee machine is used the
carbon filter must be changed the latest after six months to avoid a build
up of bacteria in the filter.
Spare Parts/Accessories
New carbon filters may be obtained
from a specialist dealer
(E No. 900 084 952) or from your
nearest AEG customer service centre
(ET No. 900 084 952/2).
If the coffee jug is broken, a replacement may be ordered from customer
service under the following order
– Coffee jug, colour caramel, ET No.
400 606 677/5 for KF 2060
– Coffee jug, colour blue, ET No.
400 606 680/9 for KF 2061
– Coffee jug, colour black, ET No.
400 607 614/7 for KF 2062.
Cord Compartment (Figure 5)
Your coffee machine has a cord compartment. Surplus cord may be stored
in the base of the casing.
Before Using for the First Time
Before brewing coffee for the first
time, you should carry out one or two
brewing procedures with water only,
but with the full quantity of water:
1. to clean the coffee machine;
2. a new carbon filter will discolour the
water on the first run through. This
does not, however, affect the flavour
of the coffee.
0 Fill the fresh water container to the
top cup marking with cold water.
0 Switch the appliance on and allow the
water to run through into the coffee
jug. Do not use ground coffee or a filter paper.
0 Throw away the water that has run
Making Coffee
Filling with water (Figure 6)
0 Raise the lid above the water tank (Figure 1/A). Fill the water tank with clear,
cold tap water.
Never use hot water. Please do not
put milk, prepared coffee, tea etc., into
the water tank. You can use the coffee
jug to pour in the required amount
of water. The water level gauge is on
the outer side of the water tank
(Figure 1/D). The markings apply to the
quantity of fresh water. The amount of
coffee produced will be less as the
ground coffee absorbs water.
0 Close the water tank lid.
Inserting filter paper (Figure 7)
0 Place size 4 filter paper in the filter
insert. First fold the perforated sides.
Put in ground coffee (Figure 8)
Please use – “medium” ground coffee.
The amount of ground coffee used depends on taste. One measuring spoon
full (approx. 6-7 g) per cup is sufficient
for a medium strength coffee.
Placing the coffee jug on the
warming plate
0 Place the coffee jug on the warming
plate. Ensure that the coffee jug is correctly positioned as the anti-drip valve
will not open until the jug is in place
(see Figure 9).
The anti-drip valve prevents drips falling onto the warming plate if the jug is
removed when brewing is still in
progress. It is essential that the jug is
returned within 30 seconds as otherwise the filter will overflow.
The warming plate keeps the coffee at
a constant drinking temperature. It
continues to function until you switch
off the appliance and the indicator
goes out. If you forget to switch the
coffee machine off manually, your
appliance will switch off automatically
after approx. 2 hours (not KF 2060).
To obtain an evenly strong coffee, stir
it in the coffee jug after preparation.
Switching the Appliance On
(according to model)
KF 2060 (Figure 2a)
0 Press the on/off button (Figure 2a/ A).
The indicator (red) (Figure 2a/B) is illuminated and the brewing procedure
will start.
Once the brewing procedure is complete and you no longer require the
warming plate function, switch the
appliance off by again pressing the on/
off button. The indicator will go out.
KF 2061 Aroma (Figure 2b)
0 Press the on/off button (Figure 2b/A).
The indicator (red) (Figure 2b/B) is illuminated and the brewing procedure
will start.
Preparing small quantities of coffee
(2-4 cups)
Your coffee machine is fitted with an
aroma button (Figure 2b/C). The aroma
setting guarantees full coffee enjoyment even with small quantities (24 cups).
0 Press the aroma button (Figure 2b/C).
The display (green) for 2-4 cups (Figure
2b/D) is illuminated.
0 Press the on/off button (Figure 2b/A),
to start the brewing procedure. The
indicator (red) (Figure 2b/B) is illuminated and the brewing procedure will
The selected quantity “2-4 cups” can
be cancelled by pressing the aroma
button again or by pressing the on/off
Once the brewing procedure is complete and you no longer require the
warming plate function, switch the
appliance off by again pressing the on/
off button. The indicator will go out.
Auto shut off
Your coffee machine has a safety cutout. If the appliance is not used for 2
hours after the brewing procedure has
started, it switches off automatically
for safety reasons and also to save
energy. The indicator (red) will go out
(Figure 2b/B)
KF 2062 Timer (Figure 2c)
0 Press the on/off button (Figure 2c/G).
The indicator (red) (Figure 2c/F) is illuminated and the brewing procedure
will start.
Preparing small quantities of coffee
(2-4 cups)
Your coffee machine has an aroma
button (Figure 2c/J). The aroma setting
guarantees full coffee enjoyment even
with small quantities (2-4 cups).
0 Press the aroma button (Figure 2c/J).
The symbol
will appear in the display (Figure 2c/A). To cancel the
selected quantity 2-4 cups, press the
aroma button again. The symbol
will go out in the display. Start and end
the brewing procedure as described
Preparing coffee using the timer
Your appliance has a timer with which
you can programme the start of the
brewing procedure up to 24 hours in
First set the current time. The display
(Figure 2c/A) will flash “00:00”.
0 Press the button for HOURS
(Figure 2c/B) for approx. 2 seconds
and hold it down until the correct time
is shown in the display (Figure 2c/A).
0 Press the button for MINUTES
(Figure 2c/C) and proceed as for
setting the hours.
Set the time at which you wish the
brewing procedure to start.
0 Press the programme button
(Figure 2c/H).
0 Press the button for HOURS
(Figure 2c/B) and set the hours.
0 Press the button for MINUTES
(Figure 2c/C) and set the minutes.
0 Press the AUTO-START button
(Figure 2c/D).
The display for AUTO-START
(Figure 2c/E) is illuminated. The programmed start time will go out in the
display and the current time will reap-
pear. The brewing procedure will start
automatically at the starting time you
have programmed. The indicator (red)
(Figure 2c/F) is illuminated.
To check the programmed start time,
press the programme button
(Figure 2c/H). The start time will
appear in the display (Figure 2c/A).
After a few seconds it will go out
and the current time will reappear.
If you wish to cancel the selected start
time, press the button for AUTO-START
(Figure 2c/D). The green display for
AUTO-START (Figure 2c/E) will go out.
Important: If there is a brief power
failure of up to 5 seconds the data
remains stored. In the event of a longer
power failure the entered data is
erased and the time and start time
must be reprogrammed as described
Important: Once a start time has been
programmed, your coffee machine will
automatically start a brewing procedure every 24 hours as long as the
display (green) for AUTO-START
(Figure 2c/E) is illuminated.
You can also use the “2-4 cups”
aroma function when a start time is
0 Once the brewing procedure has been
completed and you no longer require
the warming plate function, switch the
appliance off by pressing the on/off
button again. The indicator will go out.
Auto shut off
Your coffee machine has a safety cutout. If the appliance is not used for
2 hours after the brewing procedure
has started it switches off automatically for safety reasons and also to save
energy. The indicator (red) (Figure c/F)
will go out.
Cleaning the Coffee Machine
0 Remove the filter basket (Figure 1/J) to
clean. It is particularly important to
activate the anti-drip valve as it is
rinsed so that coffee particles are
removed thoroughly.
Clean the appliance casing with a
damp cloth, but never immerse it in
water! You can wash the coffee jug
and lid in a dishwasher.
The service life of your coffee machine
can be lengthened with regular descaling. As a precaution we recommend
descaling every three months.
Important: If you have a permanent
filter, remove it from the filter insert
before descaling.
Important: Remove the complete carbon filter system (Figure 3) before you
start descaling.
For descaling use a liquid, environmentally-friendly descaling agent available generally at retail outlets. Only use
it in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. Do not use a formic acid based descaler.
0 First fill the fresh water container with
water. Then add the appropriate
amount of descaling agent – not the
other way round!
0 Place the coffee jug on the warming
plate. Please note that positioning the
coffee jug correctly opens the anti-drip
valve, enabling the water to flow
through correctly.
0 Allow the descaling solution to take
effect for approx. 15 minutes, then
switch the appliance on using the on/
off button. Once the descaling solution
has run through, switch the appliance
Repeat the procedure at least twice
using clear water.
0 Rinse the coffee jug, jug lid and filter
basket thoroughly under running
water. Activate the filter valve several
times as it is rinsed.
If necessary, repeat the descaling procedure.
Protecting the Environment
Do not simply throw packaging material away.
• The cardboard box can be deposited in
the old paper collection or the relevant
refuse collection system.
• Deposit plastic bags made from polyethylene (PE) at a PE collection point
for recycling.
• Foam polystyrene (PS) padding items
are free of CFCs.
Please inquire with your local authority
about your local recycling centre.
After the coffee has been prepared, the
paper filter and coffee grounds make
excellent compost.
Customer Service
Our products are of the highest quality.
Should you nevertheless have questions concerning the use of this appliance, please write to us. Only with your
support can we be sure to develop
appliances to suit your needs.
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