Operating Instructions Accessory Units Melitta Cafina XT Series (EN)

Operating Instructions Accessory Units Melitta Cafina XT Series (EN)
Operating Instructions
Accessory Units
Melitta® Cafina® XT Series
Melitta Professional
Coffee Solutions
Contents
1
General ���������������������������������������������������������� 4
1.1
Manufacturer information����������������������������� 4
1.2
About these instructions�������������������������������� 4
1.3
Explanation of symbols���������������������������������� 4
1.4
Description����������������������������������������������������� 4
1.4.1
Milk cooler������������������������������������������������ 5
1.4.2
Cup warmer���������������������������������������������� 5
1.4.3
Combined milk cooler/cup warmer unit�� 5
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Safety ������������������������������������������������������������ 5
2.1
Intended use�������������������������������������������������� 5
2.1.1
Milk cooler������������������������������������������������ 5
2.1.2
Cup warmer���������������������������������������������� 5
2.1.3
Combined milk cooler/cup warmer unit�� 5
2.2
Inappropriate use������������������������������������������� 5
2.3
Safety instructions������������������������������������������ 6
2.3.1General����������������������������������������������������� 6
2.3.2Personnel�������������������������������������������������� 6
2.3.3
Correct use����������������������������������������������� 6
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Technical data ������������������������������������������������ 7
3.1
3.2
3.3
4
Installation ����������������������������������������������������� 8
4.1
4.2
4.3
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Milk cooler����������������������������������������������������� 7
Cup warmer��������������������������������������������������� 7
Combined milk cooler/cup warmer unit�������� 7
Water drain���������������������������������������������������� 8
Electrical connection�������������������������������������� 8
Installation location���������������������������������������� 8
Milk cooler ����������������������������������������������������� 9
5.1
Filling the unit with milk�������������������������������� 9
5.2
Switching the unit on and off������������������������� 9
5.3
Temperature detection (option)������������������ 10
5.4Cleaning������������������������������������������������������� 10
5.4.1
Safety measures������������������������������������� 10
5.4.2
Carrying out cleaning����������������������������� 11
5.4.3
External cleaning������������������������������������ 11
5.5
Defrosting the cooler����������������������������������� 12
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Cup warmer ������������������������������������������������� 12
6.1
Filling the cup warmer��������������������������������� 12
6.2
Switching the unit on and off����������������������� 13
6.3Cleaning������������������������������������������������������� 13
6.3.1
Safety measures������������������������������������� 13
6.3.2
External cleaning������������������������������������ 14
7
Maintenance ����������������������������������������������� 14
8
Faults ����������������������������������������������������������� 15
9
Recycling and disposal ��������������������������������� 15
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Chapter overview
General
1
Safety
2
Technical data
3
Installation
4
Milk cooler
5
Cup warmer
6
Maintenance
7
Faults
8
Recycling and disposal
9
Translation of the original operating instructions
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General
1
General
1.4
1.1
Manufacturer information
The accessory units are an effective way of extending
the functions of XT series coffee machines. The following
units are available:
Melitta Professional Coffee Solutions GmbH & Co. KG
Zechenstr. 60
32429 Minden
Germany
Internet: www.melitta-professional.de
Description
Milk cooler
Cup warmer
MC18
CW
MC30
MCU
1.2
About these instructions
Combined milk cooler/cup warmer unit
MC-CW30
These instructions form part of the equipment. They
contain important information on safety, installation,
usage and cleaning. Observing these instructions helps
preserve your safety and helps avoid damage to the
product.
We reserve the right to make changes to these instructions
due to technical modifications. Reprints, translations and
reproductions in any form, including excerpts, require
written agreement from the publisher.
MC18
CW
MC30
MC-CW30
The copyright is held by the manufacturer.
1.3
Explanation of symbols
DANGER
Danger of death!
Identifies hazards that could result in serious harm or
even death if the corresponding hazard notice is not
observed.
WARNING
Personal injury!
Identifies hazards that could result in harm if the corresponding warning notice is not observed.
MCU
000130
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Fig. 1: Overview of XT accessory units
The housings are made from aluminium, stainless
steel and high-quality plastic. These units have been
designed to enable compliance with the following owner
obligations:
͵͵ HACCP hygiene guidelines
͵͵ Accident prevention regulations for electrical safety
in the commercial sector
CAUTION
Minor injuries!
Identifies hazards that could result in minor injuries.
ATTENTION
Property damage!
Identifies the risk of possible property damage.
Note
Identifies usage tips and useful information.
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Safety
1.4.1
Milk cooler
This unit consists of a refrigerator that can be used to
store milk and keep it cool.
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Safety
2.1
Intended use
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All the accessory units described in these instructions
are designed solely for installation and use with coffee
machines from the XT series.
The units are intended exclusively for stationary installation in a dry, enclosed area.
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2.1.1
Fig. 2: Milk cooler MC18, MC30, MCU
1.4.2
Cup warmer
This is a cup storage unit with hot plates for providing
pre-warmed coffee cups and glasses.
Milk cooler
This unit is intended exclusively for keeping milk cool
so that it can be used for preparing products with the
designated coffee machine. It is only to be used with milk
that has been pre-chilled.
2.1.2
Cup warmer
This unit is intended exclusively for pre-heating and
accommodating clean coffee cups and glasses.
2.1.3
Combined milk cooler/cup warmer unit
This unit combines a milk cooler with a cup warmer. The
intended use is the same as already described above.
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2.2
Fig. 3: Cup warmer CW
1.4.3
Combined milk cooler/cup warmer unit
The units are not intended for the following uses:
• Areas with high air humidity (e.g. areas containing
considerable amounts of steam) or outdoors
• On board vehicles or mobile facilities (please contact
the manufacturer)
Cup warmer
• This unit is not to be used for the purpose of drying
other objects such as cloths or tea towels.
• The hot plates are not designed to accommodate
dirty cups or glasses.
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This unit combines a refrigerator (for storing milk and
keeping it cool) with a cup storage unit featuring hot
plates (for providing pre-warmed coffee cups and
glasses).
Inappropriate use
Fig. 4: Milk cooler/cup warmer MC-CW30
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Safety
2
2.3
Safety instructions
2.3.1
General
Personnel
• These units may only be used by children of 8 years
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Correct use
• The units may be damaged by water penetration. The
The following safety instructions relate to the units only.
There may also be legal requirements placed on the
owner/operator, such as appropriate food hygiene and
work safety standards.
• Only use the units once you have read and understood the instructions in full.
• When operating the units, always observe all the
information and guidelines set out in these instructions.
• Keep these instructions at the place where the units
are used.
2.3.2
2.3.3
and over as well as persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities if supervised or trained
in the safe use of the equipment.
Children under 8 years of age must be kept away
from the units.
Children must not be permitted to play with the units.
Cleaning and user maintenance may only be carried
out by children if they are properly supervised.
Persons with limited experience and knowledge must
be able to recognise hazards arising from incorrect
operation.
A user is only permitted to operate the units without
supervision if they have been properly explained so
that the user knows how to operate them safely.
Repairs and maintenance work may only be
carried out by Melitta customer service or by specialist personnel authorised by the manufacturer.
Incorrectly performed repair work can result in considerable risk to the user.
The area reserved specifically for customer service
is only to be accessed by persons who have sufficient knowledge and practical experience of the
equipment, particularly with regard to safety and
hygiene.
Settings may only be made, and cleaning and preparation work may only be carried out on the units by
persons who have been trained by the installation
engineer or by the manufacturer.
Faulty components are only to be replaced with
original spare parts. Otherwise, the warranty will be
rendered null and void.
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units are not protected against jets of water. Protect
the units against water and spray water.
͵͵ Never douse the units with water.
͵͵ Do not use any water jets or high-pressure/steam
cleaners to clean the units.
͵͵ The units are not suitable for installation on a surface where a water jet might be used.
When the units are left unattended for extended
periods, switch them off at the ON/OFF switch.
Never open the covers unless explicitly instructed to
do so. Similarly, never remove bolts and the housing
parts that they hold in place. Contact with live parts
poses a danger of death due to electrical voltage.
Do not touch any hot parts.
Do not use the units to store explosive substances of
any kind.
Watch out for signs of visible damage or malfunctions. Obvious malfunctions include odours and heat.
In the event of any abnormalities:
͵͵ Pull out mains plug
͵͵ Contact customer service
͵͵ Have machine checked and serviced by customer
service
Clean the units at least once per day, especially the
parts responsible for transporting milk. Impurities
could cause health problems.
Comply with all intervals for cleaning, inspection
and maintenance, as specified in the instructions.
Otherwise, the safety, functional reliability and durability may be impaired.
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Technical data
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Technical data
3.1
Milk cooler
MC18
MC30
MCU
Dimensions (W x D x H)
180 x 580 x 580 mm
300 x 580 x 580 mm
300 x 580 x 229 mm
Weight
Approx. 22 kg
Approx. 34 kg
Approx. 25 kg
Milk container capacity
Approx. 5 l
2x approx. 5 l
Approx. 4 l
Permissible ambient
temperature
+5-30°C
+5-30°C
+5-30°C
Permissible air humidity
< 80%
non-condensing
< 80%
non-condensing
< 80%
non-condensing
Climate class
4 (dry-bulb temperature
30°C/rel. air humidity 55%)
4 (dry-bulb temperature
30°C/rel. air humidity 55%)
4 (dry-bulb temperature
30°C/rel. air humidity 55%)
Power supply
200-240 V, 50-60 Hz
200-240 V, 50-60 Hz
200-240 V, 50-60 Hz
Power consumption
Approx. 150 W
Approx. 150 W
Approx. 150 W
Unit specifications
(when filled and incl. cups)
Ambient conditions
Power connection
3.2
Cup warmer
3.3
Combined milk cooler/cup warmer unit
Unit specifications
Unit specifications
Dimensions (W x D x H)
300 x 580 x 620 mm
Dimensions (W x D x H)
300 x 580 x 615 mm
Weight
Approx. 41 kg
Weight
Approx. 38 kg
Capacity
Approx. 80-120 cups
Milk container capacity
Approx. 4 l
Capacity
Approx. 40-80 cups
(when filled and incl. cups)
(when filled and incl. cups)
Ambient conditions
Permissible ambient
temperature
+5-30°C
Permissible air humidity
< 80%
non-condensing
Operating temperature
of hot plates
Up to 75°C
Ambient conditions
Permissible ambient
temperature
+5-30°C
Permissible air humidity
< 80%
non-condensing
Climate class
4 (dry-bulb temperature
30°C/rel. air humidity
55%)
Operating temperature
of hot plates
Up to 75°C
Power connection
Power supply
200-240 V, 50-60 Hz
Power consumption
Approx. 210-300 W
Power connection
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Power supply
200-240 V, 50-60 Hz
Power consumption
Approx. 300-330 W
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Installation
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Installation
The units are set up and installed by customer service
ready for use. Only permit changes to the installation or
positioning to be carried out by customer service due to
the associated hazards.
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4.3
Installation location
The units are only to be installed and used in enclosed,
dry areas; they must not be operated outdoors.
The effects of humidity and temperature may adversely
affect the function and safety of the units.
Make sure that the following prerequisites are met
before you use the units:
The units may only be installed or stored in frost-free
locations.
4.1
The installation location must provide adequate clearances in relation to walls and objects to allow for heat
generation and enable operation of the units.
Water drain
The units are fitted with a nozzle for the drip tray drain
and must be connected to a water drain on site using the
hose supplied. Alternatively, the drain nozzle must be
sealed with an end cap.
4.2
Electrical connection
The supply voltage must match the specifications on the
nameplate.
Clearances
To the back
At least 5 cm
To the top
At least 20 cm
The units must be in a horizontal position and free of
vibration. Adjustable feet are provided so that the units
can be levelled out on slightly uneven surfaces.
The supply line must be protected at the site using a
residual current circuit breaker (RCCB) (max. 30 mA).
If the unit is connected via a mains plug, the socket must
be easily accessible during operation so the plug can be
pulled out in the event of a fault.
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Milk cooler
Milk cooler
5.2
Initial commissioning is carried out by customer service.
If the cooler has been moved prior to use, allow it to
stand for two hours so that the refrigerant becomes
evenly distributed again.
Note
Depending on the version, your unit
may differ from the illustrations below.
However, the functions are the same.
The following description applies to the MC18,
MC30 and MCU milk coolers as well as the
MC-CW30 combined unit.
5.1
Switching the unit on and off
The unit should be switched on about an hour before use
so that the cooler has a chance to reach a sufficiently low
temperature.
Note
The MC30 unit features a switch-on delay.
Cooling commences a few minutes after the
unit is switched on.
The ON/OFF switch is located behind the unit door.
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Filling the unit with milk
Always use pre-chilled milk, as the cooling capacity of the
cooler is specifically designed for keeping milk cool once
it is already cold.
To ensure cold milk foam of the best possible quality, use
ultra-heat treated (UHT) milk cooled to a temperature of
3°C (±2°C).
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MC18/MC30
MC-CW30
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Fig. 6: Switching the unit on at the ON/OFF switch (example)
1. Open the unit door using the unit key.
2. Switch the unit on at the ON/OFF switch (1).
3. Close the unit door.
99 The unit is ready for use.
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To switch off the unit, turn the ON/OFF switch to the "0"
position.
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Fig. 5: Milk container (example: MC30)
1. Open the unit door using the unit key.
2. Pull out the milk container (3) one third of the way.
͵͵ There will be one or two milk containers depending on the version.
3. Push back the lid (1).
4. Pour in the milk.
5. When closing the lid, make sure that the milk hose (2)
is immersed in the milk.
6. Push the milk container (3) back into place.
7. Close the unit door.
99 The milk supply has been replenished.
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Milk cooler
5.3
5.4.1
Temperature detection (option)
The temperature can be read from a thermometer strip
located on the left hand-side inside the cooling chamber.
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Fig. 7: Thermometer strip (examples showing 3 and 2 colours)
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5.4
The temperature level immediately above the current
value turns brown.
The current temperature value is shown in green (in
this example: 2°C).
The temperature level immediately below the current
value turns blue.
The current temperature is the value in between the
two levels indicated (in this example: 3°C). If the value
in between applies, you will only be able to see the
colours brown and blue.
Cleaning
It is essential to observe the following points. Clean the
entire unit:
• Before using it for the first time
• Before reusing it
• If there are any visible signs of soiling
• At least 1 x a week
Clean the milk area, remembering to observe the
following points:
• Always carry out cleaning in conjunction with the
relevant coffee machine cleaning programme (see
separate instructions)
• Clean it at least 1 x a day, e.g. when you also need to
clean the milk system on the coffee machine
• Always clean it before filling the unit with milk
• If a layer of ice more than 3 mm thick forms inside
the cooler, it must be defrosted
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Safety measures
DANGER
Risk of fatal electric shock!
Contact with live parts poses a danger of death.
• Never open covers unless explicitly instructed to do
so.
• Never remove bolts and the housing parts that they
hold in place.
• Do not clean the unit or the installation area of
the unit with a water jet or a high-pressure/steam
cleaner.
• Never douse the unit with water.
• Only clean the unit with a damp cloth.
ATTENTION
Risk of unit damage!
Water penetration can damage the unit and cause a
short circuit.
• Do not clean the unit or the installation area of
the unit with a water jet or a high-pressure/steam
cleaner.
• Never douse the unit with water.
• Only clean the unit with a damp cloth.
CAUTION
Damage to health due to cleaning agents!
The components of the cleaning agent may irritate
eyes and skin, and be harmful to health if inhaled or
swallowed.
• Always keep cleaning agents out of the reach of
children.
• Only use the cleaning agents specified in the coffee
machine operating instructions; otherwise, the legal
warranty will be rendered null and void.
• Wear gloves.
• Observe warning notes on the cleaning agent containers.
• Observe the recommended usage quantity.
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5.4.2
5.4.3
Carrying out cleaning
Always clean the milk area in conjunction with the coffee
machine cleaning programme.
1. Open the unit door using the unit key.
2. Switch the unit off at the ON/OFF switch.
3. Remove the milk container.
͵͵ There will be one or two milk containers depending on the version.
4. Empty the milk container (3).
͵͵ Remove the lid (1).
͵͵ Keep the remaining milk in a refrigerator or, if
necessary, dispose of it.
5. Damp-clean the outside of the milk hose (2).
External cleaning
Note
Do not use any abrasive agents or sharp
objects.
• Clean the parts with a clean, damp cloth
only.
1. Wipe down the plastic parts, painted surfaces and
surfaces with a damp cloth.
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Fig. 8: Milk container (example: MC30)
6. Clean the inside of the cooler, the door and the door
seals with a standard cleaning agent.
͵͵ Leave the door open during the entire cleaning
work. Otherwise, condensate could form and impair functioning.
7. Run the cleaning programme with the cleaning
container and cleaning agents as described in the
separate instructions for the coffee machine.
͵͵ This cleans the milk system.
8. Clean the milk container (3) using a suitable milk
cleaner.
9. Rinse out the milk container (3) with clear water.
10. Dry the parts.
11. Fill the milk container with pre-chilled milk.
12. When closing the lid (1), make sure that the milk
hose (2) is immersed in the milk.
13. Re-insert the milk container (3).
14. Switch the unit on at the ON/OFF switch.
15. Close the unit door.
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Fig. 9: External cleaning (example: MC30)
2. Remove the drip grid (1).
3. Wipe out the drip tray (2) thoroughly.
99 The external cleaning is complete.
99 The milk system and milk area are now clean.
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Cup warmer
5.5
Defrosting the cooler
If a layer of ice more than 3 mm thick forms inside the
unit or if the cooler is going to be taken out of operation,
it must be defrosted.
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Initial commissioning is carried out by customer service.
Note
Depending on the version, your unit
may differ from the illustrations below.
However, the functions are the same.
The following description applies to the CW
cup warmer and the MC-CW30 combined unit.
ATTENTION
Risk of damage to the unit!
Attempting to remove the layer of ice with objects can
damage the surface inside the cooling chamber.
• Do not use any hard or sharp objects.
Note
During the defrosting process, the unit stops
cooling the milk and so it may go off.
• Keep the milk in a refrigerator throughout
the defrosting process.
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WARNING
Risk of burns due to hot surfaces!
The glass shelves for keeping the cups and glasses warm
will be hot.
• Do not touch the glass shelves.
6.1
Filling the cup warmer
Note
The surfaces of the glass shelves can get
scratched.
• Take care when putting cups and glasses
inside and when removing them.
Note
Good air circulation prevents odours and
mould.
• Leave the door of the unit open unless you
intend to put it back into operation immediately.
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99 The cooler has been defrosted.
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1. Open the unit door using the unit key.
͵͵ Leave the door of the unit open while it is defrosting.
2. Switch the unit off at the ON/OFF switch.
3. Mop up the defrosted water with a clean cloth.
4. Clean the inside of the cooler with a suitable milk
cleaner.
Cup warmer
Fig. 10: Cup warmer (example: CW)
1. When putting cups and glasses inside the cup
warmer (1), always position them upside down.
͵͵ This will keep the heat trapped inside.
99 The cup warmer has been filled.
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6.2
Switching the unit on and off
The unit should be switched on about thirty minutes
before use so that the hot plates have a chance to heat
up to the operating temperature.
On the MC-CW30 combined unit, the ON/OFF switch is
located behind the unit door.
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CW
MC-CW30
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Fig. 11: Switching the unit on at the ON/OFF switch (example)
1. Open the unit door using the unit key.
2. Switch the unit on at the ON/OFF switch (1).
3. Close the unit door.
6.3
Cleaning
6.3.1
Safety measures
DANGER
Risk of fatal electric shock!
Contact with live parts poses a danger of death.
• Never open covers unless explicitly instructed to do
so.
• Never remove bolts and the housing parts that they
hold in place.
• Do not clean the unit or the installation area of
the unit with a water jet or a high-pressure/steam
cleaner.
• Never douse the unit with water.
• Only clean the unit with a damp cloth.
ATTENTION
Risk of unit damage!
Water penetration can damage the unit and cause a
short circuit.
• Do not clean the unit or the installation area of
the unit with a water jet or a high-pressure/steam
cleaner.
• Never douse the unit with water.
• Only clean the unit with a damp cloth.
99 The unit is ready for use.
To switch off the unit, turn the ON/OFF switch to the "0"
position.
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Maintenance
6.3.2
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External cleaning
Note
Do not use any abrasive agents or sharp
objects.
• Clean the parts with a clean, damp cloth
only.
1. Switch off the unit and allow it to cool down.
2. Wipe down the plastic parts, painted surfaces and
surfaces with a damp cloth.
Maintenance
If you have any questions concerning service, maintenance or disposal, please contact your official dealer.
Repairs and maintenance may only be carried out by
Melitta customer service or by specialist personnel
authorised by the manufacturer.
Maintenance contract
On request, the manufacturer offers a comprehensive
maintenance contract that also ensures that all inspection and maintenance intervals are observed.
By law, commercial operators are required to have their
systems inspected by an authorised electrical engineer
once every four years to make sure that everything is in
order. These inspections must be performed and documented accordingly.
Customer service can take care of this for you and certify
that everything has been completed correctly (no other
inspection is required prior to initial commissioning).
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1
Fig. 12: External cleaning (example: CW)
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3. Remove the drip grid (2).
4. Wipe out the drip tray (1) thoroughly.
99 The external cleaning is complete.
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Faults
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Faults
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Recycling and disposal
In the event of faults, have the unit inspected and, where
applicable, repaired by customer service before you start
using it again. Incorrectly performed repairs can result in
considerable risk to the user.
These units have been designed and manufactured to
allow environmentally friendly disposal.
Safety measures
These units contain high-quality raw materials that
should be recycled.
WARNING
Malfunctions!
If there are visible signs of damage or any obvious
malfunctions, some key safety functions might not be
working properly.
Obvious malfunctions include odours and heat. In the
event of a malfunction:
• Pull out the mains plug.
• Have the unit checked and repaired by customer
service.
Disposing of the units
Do not dispose of the equipment together
with household waste!
During disposal, observe the appropriate
national and regional laws and guidelines.
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Phone: +49 571 5049-0 • Fax: +49 571 5049-233 • professional@melitta.de • www.melitta-professional.de
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