User’s Manual
ATTENTION - Read before start-up
This appliance can be used by children aged 8 years and older and
people with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack
of experience and knowledge if they have been given appropriate
supervision or training in the use of the appliance in a safe way and
understand the dangers involved. Children should not play with the
appliance. Children without supervision should not do the cleaning
and maintenance to be carried out by the user.
Recommended operating and rest times:
-Manual models: 3 minutes working, 15 minutes stop.
-Electronic models : 6 seconds working, 44 seconds stop.
-Cleaning instructions for parts in contact with food:
All cleaning must be done with the grinder unplug using On/OFF
switch (11).
For the hopper’s cleaning, you should remove the Hopper of coffee
beans (2), wash it using a highly diluted solution of dishwasher liquid
in water (by hand). Make sure the hopper is completely dry before
re-attaching it.
Fort he blades’ cleaning, remove the coffee beans Hopper (2), remove
the platen by pressing the adjustment pawl (6). Cleaning using a dry
brush. Replace all the parts.
Fort he dispenser’s cleaning, empty the dispenser (8), remove the
dispenser lid (7). Cleaning the dispenser with a dry brush. Replace
the parts.
For the outer body of the coffee grinder cleaning, use a soft cloth
dampened in water.
-How to properly use protections against moving parts:
There is a safety guard located in the lower portion of the coffee bean
Hopper (2) to prevent contact with the grinding blades. This device
lets the coffee beans drop but avoids the insertion of the fingers.
-How to properly fitting the protections against moving parts and
hazards that may exist if these parts are disassembled:
Before turning the coffee grinder, make sure the Hopper (2) is wellattached and fixed.
-Special precautions during installation:
Place the grinder on a flat and stable surface, in an appropriate
distance from a ground mains outlet (approx. 110cm.), distanced
from running water and heat sources. Minimum clearances: Width:
20cm. on both sides. Depth: 20cm in front of and behind the grinder.
Height: 30cm. on the top of the grinder.
The electrical installation must be done by qualified personnel and
following safety indications:
Make sure the electrical data on the coffee grinder’s specification
plate (see section 37 of this manual), connect the grinder to a
grounded mains outlet meeting the country’s regulation, protect
the power source with a suitable magneto-thermal switch, having a
suitable differential relay, make sure the mains wiring is suited to the
device’s power consumption, do not use cable extensions, adaptors
or multiple-switch boards. If the power cord is damaged, it must be
replaced.
Do not operate the coffee grinder while barefoot or with wet or damp
hands or feet, avoid wetting the outer surface of the coffee grinder,
avoid the penetration of solid objects in the interior of the grinder.
Never turn on the grinder with any moving parts not correctly in place.
Put the Hopper cover (1) in place (on the top of the Hopper (2)) after
filling it. Never run the coffee grinder without the Hopper (2) properly
fixed. Never run the grinder without the dispenser lid (7) correctly in
place. Take into account the maximum operation time detailed on the
specification plate.
While filling the Hopper (2) make sure no objects accidentally fall
into it. Always follow the instructions in this manual. Make sure the
machine is not operated by anyone who has not read this manual.
ATTENTION - Read before start-up
-The appliance should not be cleaned under running water.
-If the power cord is damaged, the manufacturer must replace it, by
its aftersales service or by similar qualified personnel.
-Any precautions that must be taken during the maintenance to be
performed by the user:
Do not operate the coffee grinder while barefoot or with wet or damp
hands or feet, avoid wetting the outer surface of the coffee grinder,
avoid the penetration of solid objects in the interior of the grinder.
Never turn on the grinder with any moving parts not correctly in place.
Put the Hopper cover (1) in place (on the top of the Hopper (2)) after
filling it. Never run the coffee grinder without the Hopper (2) properly
fixed. Never run the grinder without the dispenser lid (7) correctly in
place. Take into account the maximum operation time detailed on the
specification plate. While filling the Hopper (2) make sure no objects
accidently fall into it. Always follow the instructions in this manual.
Make sure the machine is not operated by anyone who has not read
this manual.
Regular maintenance checks: if you observe any abnormal operation,
turn off and unplug the coffee grinder immediately from the mains
outlet and contact Cunill’s Technical Service. Any possible repairs
must be made by Cunill’s Technical Service or by authorized dealer
personnel. Do not try to modify the coffee grinder in any way. Use
only Original Spare Parts, provided by the manufacturer in all repair
work. All maintenance work should be done with the coffee grinder off
and unplugged from the mains.
-Any safety instruction that is considered appropriate, apart from the
previous ones required by the standard:
Cleaning precautions. Safety guidelines: before cleaning any part of
the coffee grinder make sure you turn it off using the ON/OFF switch
(11) and unplug it from the mains outlet. Never clean the grinder
submerging in water. Do not use abrasive cleaners or chemical
solvents.
Before using the coffee grinder, follow the instructions to load coffee
beans: make sure the coffee bean Hopper (2) is correctly placed and
attached. Close the trap (5) preventing the beans from entering to
the blades. Lift the Hopper lid (1), fill the Hopper (2) and closet he lid.
Slide the trap (5) to its outer position letting the beans drop into the
grinder.
00 Table of contents
Manufacturer’s Identification
03 CUNILL Coffee Grinders
1-2
Identification of the Model
3
Welcome to the World of Cunill
4-5
Technical Specifications
6-7
Identification ( Classic) of the Components
8
Machine Air Noise
9
Unpacking
10
Placement of Coffe Grinder
11
Electrical wiring
12
Before using the Coffee Grinder
13
Grinding Coffee Beans
14
Obtaining a Measure of Ground Coffee
15
Operating of the models MICHIGAN/HAWAI
16
Adjusting Coffee Grinding Level
17
Adjusting Ground Coffee Amount
18
Maximum Operating Time
19
Cleaning Precautions
20-24
Maintenance Precautions
25-28
Troubleshooting
29-30
Long-Term Storage
31
Usage Precautions
32
User-Adopted Safety Measures
33-35
Residual Risks
36
Specifications Plate
37
EC Conformity Declaration
38
When a number appears in the text in
brackets (e.g. (9)), it refers to a part of
the grin der which is detailed in section 08
(Identification of external components.
User’s Manual.
Use, Maintaenance and Safety
Instructions.
This User’s Manual has been written to comply with EC regulations,( EN 2929-2, 5; and
Appendix of the Machinery Directive - ECC
Oficial Journal).
MOLCUNILL, manufacturer of CUNILL
coffee grinders, reserves the right to modify
the specifications detailed in this manual
without prior notice, with the only intent to
upgrade and enhace its products
02 Manufacturer’s Identification
Manufacturer: MOLCUNILL, S.L
Brand Name: CUNILL
Country of Origin: ESPAÑA
Postal Address:
Carretera de Santa Coloma, s/n
Apartado de Correos nº 18.
17410 SILS - MALLORQUINES (GIRONA)
ESPAÑA
Tel. (National): 972.168282
Fax (Nacional): 972.853104
Tel. (Inter’l): +34.972.168282
Fax (Inter’l): +34.972.853104
www.cunill.com - email: cunill@cunill.com
MANUFACTURERS OF COFFEE GRINDERS
SINCE 1957
03 Identification of the Models
The usage and maintenance instructions
detailed in this manual are applicable to all
CUNILL brand-name coffee grinders which
make up our present product range, with the
following commercial names:
“CLASSIC”
(nº3)TRANQUILO,(nº3)TRANQUILO-2
(nº3)BRASIL,(nº3)TAURO,(nº5)SPACE,
(nº5)MARFIL(nº12)MICHIGAN.
“SILENCER”
(nº9)KENIA,(nº11)JAMAICA,(nº12)MOVIE
(nº12)LUXO,(nº12)LUXOMATIC,(nº12)
HAWAI
“ELECTRONICS”
(nº3)TRON-TRANQUILO,(nº9)
TRONK E N I A ( n º 11 ) T R O N - J A M A I C A , ( n º 1 2 )
LUXOMATIC.
In their respective versions “w/handle” and
“automatic”.
Our ESPECIAL BAR product, which is also
part of our production, is simply a motorless
ground coffee dispenser.
Therefore, its usage and maintenance specifications are the same as for our other
manufactured products, expect for those
reffering to the motor.
Our products MICHIGAN, HAWAI depends
on specific operating features that are different from the others. These are also described in this manual.
Our series of products called TOP-LINE,
EXCLUSIVE, modify ONLY THE OUTER
FINISH of the grinders. Usage, service and
maintenance instructions ARE THE SAME
FOR ALL MODELS.
04 Welcome to the World of
CUNILL
We want to thank you for your trust in
CUNILL coffee grinders, manufactured by
MOLCUNILL.
The coffee grinder which you have just bought is manufactured following strict quality
control standards, and has been designed
applying ergonomical principles, so that you
will have no problems whatsoever using it
and so that it will provide comfortable and
safe operation.
In this manual you will find all the information
necessary for installing, using, maintaining
and cleaning your coffee grinder. Follow all
of these instructions carefully to ensure a
long, trouble free life for your coffee grinder.
If any problem arises or you have doubts as
to the contents of this manual, please
do not hesitate to consult our Technical
Service, which from this moment on is at
your entire service.
Xavier Cunill
Product Manager
05 For you Safety and Good
06 General Description
CUNILL coffee grinders are designed to
provide safe, durable and reliable operation
if used correctly. Therefore, it is VERY
IMPORTANT to read this instruction manual
carefully before using the coffee grinder for
the first time. Follow each and every item
in the order in which they appear, and pay
even more attention to warnings regarding
installation, use, maintenance and cleaning
especially those sections marked with the
symbol:
All of the machines presented in this
manual are coffee grinders powered by
electric motor and destined for commercial
use.
Operation
as they refer to
opertions which may be
HAZARDOUS TO THE
USER if not perfomed
correctly.
If you fail to follow the instructions, incorrect
use may cause bodily harm or material
damage.
The manufacturer may not be held liable for
any transformation, regulation, alteration
and/or modification to caffee grinders not
made by qualified personnel. These may
lead to material damages or bodily harm.
Although the manual which you are
reading right now is written in your contry’s
language, we also have this manual in all
official EC languages. If you wish to obtain
one of these, or a translation into any other
languages, please contact our Commercial
Department, which will gladly provide it to
you. (You will find our address and telephone
number in this manual).
Store this manual in a safe place for future
reference.
07 Technical Specifications
(nº3) TRANQUILO-TRANQUILO-2 - TRON
Models
H: 380mm L: 280mm W: 140mm Wei: 8Kg
Number of Motors: 1
Voltage: 230v -110v -Frequency: 50Hz-60Hz
Phases: 1(single) - Amperage:1,15A - 2,53A
Power: 0,10/270
Condenser: 10nf-450v - 40nf-400v
Speed: 1300-1650-Protection Degree: IP21.
Motor Equiped with Thermal Protector
Tempered Steel Grinding Wheels, 60mm.
Duration of Grinding Wheels:500kg Cof.B.
Hopper Capacity: 1/2Kg.
Dispenser Capacity: Direct fall to holder.
Disp. Adjustment: M/Placa electrónica.(Tra).
Disp. Adjustment: 5Gr - 12Gr.(Tranquilo-2)
-Manual.models:3minutes working, 15 minutes stop.
-Electronic.models:6 seconds working, 44 seconds stop.
07 Technical Specifications
(nº3) BRASIL - BRASIL-Inox Models
(nº5) MARFIL - MARFIL-Inox Models
H: 450mm L: 355mm W: 210mm Wei: 8Kg
Number of motors: 1
Voltage: 230v-110v-Frequency: 50Hz-60Hz
Phases:1(single) - Amperage: 1,40A - 3,2A
Power:0,12/275
Condenser : 9nf-450v - 35nf-400v
Speed:1300-1650 Protection degree:IP21
Motor Equipped with Thermal Protector
Tempered Steel Grinding Wheels, 60mm
Duration of Grinding Wheels:500kg Cof.B.
Hopper Capacity:1Kg.
Dispenser Capacity:300 Gr.
Dispenser adjustment:5Gr - 12Gr.
-Manual.models:3minutes working, 15
minutes stop.
H: 610mm L: 355mm W: 210mm Wei: 9Kg
Number of motors:1
Voltage: 230v-110v-Frequency: 50Hz-60Hz
Phases: 1(single) - Amperage:1,80A - 3,7A
Power: 0,18/352
Condenser: 10nf-450v - 40nf-400v
Speed:1300-1650 Protection degree:IP21
Motor Equipped with Thermal Protector
Tempered Steel Grinding Wheels, 60mm
Duration of Grinding Wheels:500kg Cof.B.
Hopper Capacity: 2 Kg.
Dispenser Capacity: 600 Gr.
Dispenser adjustment:5Gr - 12Gr.
Optional: Automatic On/Off function.
-Manual.models:3minutes working, 15 minutes stop.
(nº3) TAURO Model
(nº5) SPACE Model
H: 560mm L: 290mm W: 180mm Wei: 8Kg
Number of motors: 1
Voltage: 230v-110v-Frequency: 50Hz-60Hz
Phases: 1(single) - Amperage:1,40A-3,2A
Power: 0,12/275
Condenser: 9nf-450v - 35nf-400v
Speed:1300-1650 Protection degree:IP21.
Motor Equipped with Thermal Protector
Tempered Steel Grinding Wheels, 60mm
Duration of Grinding Wheels:500kg Cof.B.
Hopper Capacity:1Kg.
Dispenser Capacity:600 Gr.
Dispenser adjustment: 5Gr - 12Gr.
-Manual.models:3minutes working, 15
minutes stop.l
H: 610mm L: 310mm W: 180mmWei: 9Kg
Number of motors: 1
Voltage: 230v-110v-Frequency: 50Hz-60Hz
Phases: 1(single) - Amperage:1,80A - 3,7A
Power: 0,18/352
Condenser: 10nf-450v - 40nf-400v
Speed:1300-1650 Protection degree:IP21
Motor Equipped with Thermal Protector
Tempered Steel Grinding Wheels, 60mm
Duration of Grinding Wheels:500kg Cof.B.
Hopper Capacity: 2 Kg.
Dispenser Capacity: 600 Gr.
Dispenser adjustment: 5Gr - 12Gr.
Optional: Automatic On/Off function.
-Manual.models:3minutes working, 15 minutes stop.
07 Technical Specifications TRON “ Electronic”
(nº9) KENIA - KENIA.TRON Models
H:210mm L:355mm W:210mm Wei: 11Kg
Number of motors: 1
Voltage: 230v-110v-Frequency: 50Hz-60Hz
Phases: 1(single)-Amperage: 1,75A - 3,9A
Power: 356W Condenser: 10nf-450v
-40nf-400nf
Speed:1300-1650 Protection degree: IP21.
Motor equipped with Thermal Protector
Tempered Steel Grinding Wheels 60mm
Duration of Grinding Wheels:500kg Cof. B.
Dispenser Capacity: 300 Gr.
Dispenser adjustment: 5Gr - 12Gr.
Automatic On/Off function
-Manual.models:3minutes working, 15 minutes stop.
-Electronic.models:6 seconds working, 44
seconds stop.
(nº11) JAMAICA - JAMAICA.TRON
Models
H:210mm L:355mm W:210mm Wei: 12Kg
Nº motores: 1
Voltaje: 230v-110v-Frecuencia: 50Hz-60Hz
Phases: 1(single)-Amperage: 1,55A - 3,9A
Power: 356W Condenser: 10nf-450v
-40nf-400nf
Speed:1300-1650 Protection degree: IP21.
Motor equipped with Thermal Protector
Tempered Steel Grinding Wheels: 60mm
Duration of Grinding Wheels:500kg Cof. B.
Dispenser Capacity: 600 Gr.
Dispenser adjustment: 5Gr - 12Gr.
Automatic On/Off function
-Manual.models:3minutes working, 15 minutes stop.
-Electronic.models:6 seconds working, 44
seconds stop.
07 Technical Specifications
(nº12) MICHIGAN Model
H:700mm L:355mm W:210mm Wei: 18Kg
Number of motors: 1
Voltage:230v-110v-Frequency:50Hz-60Hz
Phases: 1(single)-Amperage: 3,1A - 6,82A
Power: 0,50/680
Condenser: 20nf-450v -80nf-400v
Speed:1300-1650 - Protection degree: IP21.
Motor equipped with Thermal Protector
Tempered Steel Grinding Wheels, 65mm.
Duration of Grinding Wheels:500kg Cof.B.
Hopper Capacity: 2 Kg.
Dispenser Capacity: Bags
Dispenser adjustment: NO.
Special Bags filling.
-Manual.models:3minutes working, 15 minutes stop.
(nº12) MOVIE - “Silencer” Model
Al:660mm L:460mm W:265mm Wei: 18Kg
Number of motors: 1 (op) + 1motor-fan
Voltage: 230v-110v-Frequency: 50Hz-60Hz
Phases: 1(mono)-Amperage: 2,1A - 4,62A
Power:0,30/360
Condenser: 14nf-450v -55nf-400v
Speed:1300-1650. Protection degree: IP21
Maximum Continuous Service Time:30min.
Motor equipped with Thermal Protector
Tempered Steel Grinding Wheels, 65mm
Duration of Grinding Wheels:500kg
Cof.B.Capacidad tolva: 2 Kg.
Hopper Capacity: 600 Gr.
Dispenser adjustment: 5Gr - 12Gr.
On-Off: Automatic(Movie)
On-Off:Automatic every 8 coffees-Bi.motor
-Manual.models:3minutes working, 15 minutes stop.
07 Technical Specifications
07 Technical Specifications
LUXOMATIC “ Electronic “
(nº12) HAWAI - 2 -“Cooled” Model
(nº12) LUXO - LUXOMATIC Models
H:600mm L:250mm W:210mm Wei: 20Kg
Number of motors: 1+ 2motor-fans
Voltage: 230v-110v-Frequency: 50Hz-60Hz
Phases: 1(mono)-Amperage: 5,75A -12,65A
Power: 0,75/980
Condenser: 90MF-230V - 400nf-125v
Speed: 1300-1650. Protection degree: IP21
Motor equipped with Thermal Protector
Tempered Steel Grinding Wheels, 65mm
Duration of Grinding Wheels:500kg Cof.B.
Hopper Capacity: 1/2 Kg.
Dispenser Capacity: BAGS
Dispenser adjustment: NO
Special Bags filling.
-Manual.models:3minutes working, 15 minutes stop.
H:560mm L:290mm W:180mm Wei: 18Kg
Number of motors: 1
Voltage:230v-110v-Frequency:50Hz-60Hz
Phases: 1(single)-Amperage: 2,1A - 4,7A
Power: 500W
Condenser: 16nf-450v - 55nf-400v
Speed: 1300-1650-Protection degree: IP21.
Motor equipped with Thermal Protector
Tempered Steel Grinding Wheels, 65mm.
Duration of Grinding Wheels:500kg Cof.B.
Hopper Capacity: 1Kg.
Dispenser Capacity: 600 Gr.
Dispenser adjustment: 5Gr - 12Gr.
Automatic On/Off function
-Manual.models:3minutes working, 15 minutes stop.
-Electronic.models:6 seconds working, 44
seconds stop.
08 Components Identification (Classic)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
Coffee bean hopper lid.
Coffee bean hopper
Fixing anchors
Grinder Adjustment platen
Trap of (open/close) bean hopper.
Adjustment pawl.
Ground coffee dispenser lid.
Ground coffee dispenser.
Ground coffee adjustment screw.
Ground coffee press..
On / Off switch.
Direct intake (seal-saver).
Coffee collection Tray.
Dosing lever
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Hopper lid.
Hopper.
Split pin (opening/closing) of the hopper.
Adjustment pawl.
Selection-lever of adjustment.
Holding lever for the bags
Vibrating Stainless Steel plate.
On / Off switch.
Air exits.
1
2
3
6
14
4
5
7
8
9
10
12
11
13
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
09 Machine Air Noise
10 Unpacking
The air noise value of CUNILL coffee
grinders was estimated based on measuring
noise levels in identical machines during the
grinding process.
Before fully unpacking your coffee grinder,
make sure that the model and colour
indications marked on the box match the
model that you have selected.
If not, please contact your dealer.
The continuous weighted “A” equivalent
acoustic pressure level at the worksite for
different coffee grinders is as follows:
MODEL - ”Classic”
-(Nº3) Tranquilo
dB-(A)
-(Nº3) Tranquilo-2
-(Nº3) Brasil
-(Nº3) Tauro
-(Nº5) Space
-(Nº5) Marfil
-(Nº12)
70
-(Nº12) Movie
-(Nº9) Kenia
-(Nº11) Jamaica
-(Nº12) Luxo
70
70
Before using the machine, remove all wrapping and make sure it is completely clean.
70
Take special pains to
make sure that plastic
bags and metal staples
are kept out of the reach
of children to prevent
possible accidents.
70
70
65
65
63
63
55
MODEL-”Electrónico” dB-(A)
-(Nº3) TRON-Tranquilo
-(Nº9) TRON-Kenia
-(Nº11) TRON-Jamaica
-(Nº12) Luxomatic
If you observe any damage,
please inform your dealer
without delay.
If you suspect that the coffe grinder or any of
its parts are damaged of deteriorated,DO
NOT USE THE DEVISE.
Contact CUNILL’s Technical Service inmediately or get in touch eith MOLCUNILL
authorized technical staff.
70
MODEL-”Silencioso” dB-(A)
-(Nº12) Hawai
Carefully remove the
contents from the box
and make sure the
coffee grinder has not
been damaged during
transportation.
70
63
63
55
Please, be environment - friendly. Do not
dispose of the packing materials any which
way. These can be recycled - both the
plastic bag used to wrap the coffee grinder
and the cardboard box itself are made
with recyclable materials. Please check the
related legislation in your country.
11 Placement of Coffee Grinder
The placement of the coffee grinder is
a decisive factor, both for the perfect
perfomance of the machine and for the
user’s health. Its placement in an inadequate site for use can result in adverse physiological effects, for instance, uncomfortable
posture or unnecessary excess effort.
For this reason, please bear in mind the
following precautions before deciding a site
for the coffee grinder:
a) Place it on a flat, stable surface, at a height which allows easy and safe operation.
e) Do not place the coffee grinder near
running water or places where foreign
objects can penetrate the interior of the
machine.
f) Do not leave the coffee grinder near
heat sources like radiators or air ducts, or
where it can be subjected to direct sunlight,
excess dust, rain, mechanical vibrations, or
impacts.
g) To avoid internal overheating, place the
coffee grinder in a properly ventilated area.
b) Place it at an appropiate distance from
a grounded mains outlet which will allow
you to effortlessly plug it in and unplug it
(approx. 110 cm.).
Never pull the power
cord to unplug the grinder; always grip the plug.
30cm
c) Keep the following
minimum clearances to
ensure perfect operation
of the coffee grinder, as well as for easy and
safe use and cleaning:
WIDTH: There should be a minimum
clearance of 20 cm. on both sides of the
coffee grinder.
DEPTH: There should be a minimum
clearance of 20 cm. in front of and behind
the coffee grinder.
HEIGHT: There should be a minimum
clearance of 30 cm. on top of the coffee
grinder.
d).-For your convenience, place the coffee
grinder near the coffee espresso machine.
This will avoid unnecessary trips back &
forth.
20cm
12 Electrical Wiring
13 Before Using the
The electrical installation of your coffee
grinder should be left to qualified personnel,
always adhering to the following safety
indications:
Before using the coffee grinder for the first
time, follow the instructions below to load
coffee beans:
a) Make sure the electrical data on the coffee
grinder’s Specifications Plate (see section
37 of this manual) match your mains power.
b) The coffee grinder must be connected
to a grounded mains outlet meeting your
country’s regulations.
Coffee Grinder
a) Make sure the coffee bean hopper (2)
is correctly placed and attached by the
lockscrew (3) to the grinder adjustment
platen (4).
b) Close the trap (5) preventing the beans
from entering the grinder chamber.
Non-fulfilment of
this requirement may constitute a serious
hazard to your health. The manufacturer
may not be held liable for any injuries or
harm caused by a non-grounded mains
power outlet.
(b) / (d)
c) The power source must be protected by
means of a magneto-thermal switch suited
to the power required by the coffee grinder,
as indicated on the grinder’s Specifications
Plate (see section 37 of this manual).
d) There should be a differential relay suited
to the characteristics of the mains wiring.
e) Make sure the mains wiring is suited to
the device’s power consumption.
f )Do not use cable extensions, adaptors or
multiple-switch boards or plugs to connect
the coffee grinder to the mains outlet.
g) If the power cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer or its after-sales service or by qualified personnel in order
to avoid a hazard.
c) Lift the hopper lid (1), fill the hopper with
coffee beans (2) and close the lid.
d) Slide the trap (5) to its outer position letting the beans drop into the grinder chamber.
The manufacturer may not be held liable for
injuries or harm to persons and/or animals,
or material damages resulting from the
incorrect installation of the coffee grinder
or failure to comply with any of the above
indications.
14 Grinding coffee beans
15 Grinding coffee beans
Turn on the coffee grinder using the On/Off
switch (11).
The beans will pass through the grinder and
the ground coffee will fit the ground coffee
dispenser.
a) Place the coffee-holder of the coffee machine against the Seal-saver (12), located
right below the dispenser’s ground coffee
outlet (8).
When the ground coffee dispenser (8) is full,
stop the coffee grinder using the On/Off
switch (11).
ONLY FOR MODELS WITH AUTOMATIC
STOP:
After starting the coffee grinder using the
On/Off switch (11), the machine stops automatically when the ground coffee dispenser
(8) drops to a certain level, the coffee grinder
starts up automatically, refills the dispenser
(8) and shuts down automatically once the
dispenser is full.
b) Pull the dispenser handle (14) towards
you to obtain a single measure. Release the
handle for it to return to its position.
c) Place the coffee-holder of the coffee
machine under the ground coffee press
(10) and press upwards to pack the ground
coffee.
If you want to obtain the same dose of
ground coffee every time, try to keep the
dispenser (8) of ground coffee almost full.
(Re member that this operation is automatic
in models with the automatic stopde forma
automática).
16 Operating the(nº12) Michigan
17 Adjusting Coffee Grinding Level
The models Michigan and Hawai-2 are the
only ones of our product range which does
not dispense ground coffee in measures, but
rather in “bulk”, therefore, its specific features only affect coffee dispensing.
You can adjust the degree of grinding (finer/
coarser ground coffee) by adjusting the grinder by means of the grinder adjustment platen (4) as follows:
and the (nº12) Hawai-2 Models
a) In the model Hawai-2 is possible to regulate the type of ground coffee through the
selectionlever of adjustment (6) putting on
the type of ground coffee desired, through
the frontal upper arrow (coarse, medium,
fine, espresso and Turkish).
b) Place the bag where you want to store
the ground coffee under the holding-lever
(7), the bag will be supported by the vibratory (8) plate through the one is possible a
perfect settling of the ground coffee in the
bag.
To obtain a FINER ground coffee:
a) This operation is done with the grinder
working.
b) Keep the adjustment trigger pressed to
free the adjustment platen (4) and turn the
platen TO THE RIGHT as indicated by the
“F” arrow on the platen.
C) Turn on and off the grinder using the On/
Off switch (9).
This model has 1 main grinding “Silencer
-63dB” motor and 2 fan motors to always get
a regular grinding without overheating the
ground coffee.
6
7
9
8
ATENTION:
If the adjustment platen (4) is completely
removed from its emplacement, the grinding blades are fully exposed, with the
consequent hazard if the coffee grinder
is turned on.
Never operate the coffee grinder without
all its moving parts correctly in place.
18 Adjusting Ground Coffee Amount 20 Cleaning Precautions
Dispensed by the Coffee Grinder
You can adjust the ground coffee dispenser
(8) to obtain a SMALL MEASURE (minimum
5g.) up to a LARGE MEASURE (maximum
12 g.) as follows:
To obtain a SMALLER Measure:
a) Stop the grinder using the ON/OFF
switch (11).
b) Remove the ground coffee dispenser lid
(7).
c)Turn the ground coffee screw (9) TO THE
RIGHT.
d) Replace the ground coffee dispenser lid
(7).
To obtain a LARGER Measure:
a) Stop the coffee grinder using the ON/
OFF switch (11).
b) Remove the ground coffee screw (9) TO
THE LEFT.
d) Replace the ground coffee dispenser lid
(7).
It is very important to regularly clean the
coffee grinder’s different parts.
To avoid any incidents, you should clean
the machine with the indicated frequency
following these SAFETY GUIDELINES:
a) Before cleaning any part of the coffee
grinder (even the outer shell) make sure you
turn it off using the on/off switch (11) and
unplug the coffee grinder from the mains
outlet.
b) Never clean the coffee grinder using
running water or submerging it in water.
c) Never use abrasive cleaners or chemical
solvents..
21 Cleaning the Hopper
Frequency: Every 25 days.
a) Unplug the grinder using ON/OFF switch
(11).
b) Loosen the lockscrews (3) which fasten
the hopper to the adjusment platen (4) and
remove the hopper (2).
19 Maximum Operating Time
The
coffee
grinder
SHOULD NOT BE OPERATED CONTINUOSLY
FOR MORE THAN 30
MINUTES.
If you observe any
abnormal operation, turn off the coffee grinder, unplug it immediately from the mains
outlet, and contact CUNILL’s Technical Service your dealer.
c) Clean the hopper using a highly diluted
solution of dishwasher liquid in water.
Always wash the hopper by hand, never
place in the dishwasher.
d) Make sure the hopper is completely dry
before re-attaching it and locking the screws
(3).
22 Cleaning the Grinding Blades
23 Cleaning the Dispenser
Frequency: Every 25 days.
Use a round brush with semi-rigid bristles.
The brush should be long enough to reach
all parts. Try to use a brush exclusively for
cleaning the coffee grinder and store it in a
clean, dry space.
Frequency: Every 25 days.
Use the same brush for cleaning the grinding blades.
a) Unplug the grinder using the ON/OFF
switch (11).
b) Loosen the lockscrews (3) and remove
the hopper (2).
c) Press the adjustment trigger (6) and
keep it pressed to free
the adjustment platen
(4) and turn the platen TOWARDS THE
LEFT, in the direction
of the “G” arrow, until
you remove the platen.
a) Unplug the grinder using the ON/OFF
switch (11).
b) Move the dispenser handle (14) back and
forth as many times as needed to empty the
dispenser (8).
c) Remove the dispenser lid (7).
d) Use the brush, completely dry and without
using any type of liquid, to clean the inner
surface of the dispenser (8).
Move the dispenser handle (14) back and
forth to clean thoroughly.
e) Replace the dispenser lid (7).
d) Clean the grinding
teeth and all other
elements in the housing using the brush,
completely dry and
without using any
type of liquid.
e)Replace the adjustment platen (4) and
turn it TOWARDS
THE RIGHT, in the
direction of the “F”
arrow, until reaching
the grinding position you want. (See
section 17 for coffee
grinding thickness
adjustment).
24 Cleaning the outer Body of the
Coffe Grinder
If the outside of the coffee grinder becomes
dirty, clean it with a soft cloth dampened
in water. Remember to turn off the grinder
using the On/Off switch (11) and unplug it
before cleaning.
Cleaning of the interior of the interior of the
coffee grinder should be perfomed ONLY BY
CUNILL TECHNICAL SERVICE STAFF.
25 Maintenance Precautions
26 Grinder Maintenance
Regular maintenance checks are required to
ensure optimum and reliable operation of
the coffee grinder. It is VERY IMPORTANT
FOR YOUR SAFETY to follow the guidelines
below:
a) If you observe any abnormal operation,
turn off the coffee grinder, unplug it immediately from the mains outlet, and contact
CUNILL’S Technical Service.
It is important to check the condition of the
grinding blades regularly. Wear of these
pieces leads to lower ground coffee quality,
more electrical consumption and hotter
running of the electric motor.
To avoid these affects, the grinding blades
should be replaced when the coffee grinder
has been used to grind the amount of coffee
beans (in Kilos) specified in the technical
data for each model (section 8).
NEVER
ATTEMPT
TO FIX THE COFFEE
GRINDER YOURSELF.
Replacement of the grinding blades should
be perfomed by CUNILL’S Technical Service
or by authorized dealer personnel.
b) Any possible repairs must be made by
CUNILL’s Technical Service or by authorized
dealer personnel.
c) Do not try to modify the coffee grinder in
any way.
d) Use only ORIGINAL SPARE PARTS provided by the manufacturer in all repairwork.
(For greater convenience, there is even a
“First-Aid Kit” for urgent repairs or quick replacement of parts subjected to
greatest wear).
SPARE PARTS ORIGINAL CUNILL
27 Electrical Maintenance
Check the state of the power cord, plug and
On/Off switch (11) regularly.
Should you observe any
damage
or wear, DO NOT TURN
ON
THE
COFFEE
GRINDER.
Keep it unplugged and immediately contact
CUNILL’s Technical Service.
DO NOT TRY TO REPAIR IT YOURSELF.
28 General Maintenance
Make regular checks of the coffee grinder’s
different parts: coffee bean hopper (2),
ground coffee dispenser (8), exterior of
machine, etc.
Should you observe any damage or wear, DO
NOT TURN ON THE COFFEE GRINDER.
e) All maintenance work should be done with
the coffee grinder off and unplugged
Keep it unplugged and immediately contact
CUNILL’s Technical Service.
29 Troubleshooting: Coffee Grinder 31 Long-Term Storage
dosen’t Start
Consult the manufacturer’s Technical
Service if the problem persists after making
the following checks:
If the coffee grinder will not be used for a
prolonged period of time, unplug it from the
main outlet.
a) Make sure the mains power is live (i.e.,
check for possible mains power failure)
If you decide to put the coffee grinder
entirely out of commission, CHECK WITH
YOUR COUNTRY’S AUTHORITIES ABOUT
POSSIBLE RECYCLING of the machine.
b) Make sure the electrical data on the
specifications plate (see section 37 of this
manual) match the mains power source.
c) TURN OFF THE COFFEE GRINDER,
unplug it and check the power cord, plug
and On/Off switch (11).
30 Troubleshooting: Grinding
Please be environment-friendly - do not
dispose of the coffee grinder any which
way.
blades don’t turn
32 Usage Precautions
This problem is usually due to the presence
of foreign objects in the coffee beans to be
ground.
These coffee grinders are designed to be
used only for grinding roasted coffee beans
and dispensing the ground coffee obtained
from the grinding process. For safety
reasons, it should never be used for any
other purposes.
Consult the manufacturer’s Technical service
if the problem persist after making the
following checks:
a) Turn off the coffee grinder immediately
using the on/Off switch (11) and unplug the
machine from the mains outlet.
b) If you notice that the coffee grinder
has overheated due to clockage of the
grinding blades, wait until it has cooled off
completely.
c) Follow the grinder cleaning instructions
(section 22) to remove the foreign object.
Particularly, DON’T use the coffee grinder
to grind and/or dispense foodstuffs (such as
creals, vegetables, fruit, nuts, sugar, etc.) or
non-food products other than roasted coffee
beans.
The manufacturer may not be held liable
for injuries or other bodily harm to persons
or animals or material damages in case of
imporper use of the coffee grinde
33 User-Adopted Safety Measures
Although CUNILL coffee grinders are equipped with all the safety devices and mesures
necessary for completely safe use, in order to prevent possible harm it is very important that
the user follow the safety measures indecated below:
a) Never handle or operate the coffee grinder
while barefoot.
b) Never handle or operate the coffee grinder
with wet or damp hands or feet.
i) In general, coffee grinders should not be
run continuously for longer than 30 minutes
at a time (check the specifications plate
attached to your coffee grinder).
c) Avoid wetting the outer surface of the
coffee grinder. If it does get wet furing
operation, or even when not operating,
unplug it immediately and dry it thoroughly.
j) While filling the hopper (2), make sure
no objects (necktie, scarf, hair, jewellery...)
accidentally fall into the hopper or the
adjustment platen (4).
d) Avoid the penetration of solid objects in
the interior of the coffee grinder. If any solid
or liquid accidentally falls into the machine
during operation or when stopped, unplug
the coffee grinder immediately and have it
checked by CUNILL’s Technical Service.
k) Always follow the instructions in this
manual for all processes involving operation,
cleaning and maintenance.
e) In general, never turn on the coffee grinder
with any moving parts not correctly in place.
f) Always put the hopper lid (1) in place (on
top of the hopper (2)) after filling the hopper
with coffee beans and before turning on the
coffee grinder.
g) Never run the coffee grinder without the
hopper (2) correctly in place and attached by
loc screws (3).
h) Never run the coffee grinder without the
dispenser lid (7) correctly in place.
m) Like with any other machine, make sure
the machine is not operated by anyone
who has not read this manual carefully
and thoroughly, or who is not prepared to
make appropiate use of the device, such as
children.
34 Safety Device Preventing
36 Residual Risks
There is a safety guard located in the lower
portion of the coffee bean hopper (2) to
prevent contact with the grinding blades.
IT IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR YOUR
SAFETY
to make sure before turning the coffee
grinder on that the hopper (2) is wellattached and fixed by the 2 fixing points (3).
If not, when the coffee grinder is turned on,
the grinding blades start to spin and can be
easily touched with the fingers.
Contact with Grinding Blades
This device lets the coffee beans drop into
the grinder housing, but prevents fingers
from getting caught due to the small size
of the hole.
(3)
35 Motor Thermal Protector
A thermal protector prevents overheating
of the electric motor coils, cutting off power
when the temperature rises above the maximum admissible level due to a malfunction
like continued blockage of the motor
Therefore, UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES
SHOULD THE COFFEE GRINDER BE
TURNED ON WITHOUT THE HOPPER
(2) IN PLACE AND SECURED TO THE
ADJUSTMENT PLATEN (4) BY MEANS OF
THE LOCKSCREWS (3).
37 Specifications Plate
You will find the specifications plate sticked on the coffee grinder
which we enclose to it THIS USER’S MANUAL.
The content is:
MOLCUNILL . S.L
Telf. (972) 168282 - Fax. (972) 853104
Crta. Sta. Coloma, s/n -Apto -18 -17410 - Mallorquines (Girona) - ESPAÑA
Model:.............................................
230V / 50Hz / ...... / ......W
220V / 60Hz / ...... / ......W
110V / 60Hz / ...... / ......W
Model:.............................................
230V / 50Hz / ...... / ......W
220V / 60Hz / ...... / ......W
110V / 60Hz / ...... / ......W
........A /..........Rpm
........A /..........Rpm
Manual models : 3 minutes working
Manual models : 15 minutes stop
Electronic models : 6 seconds working
Electronic models : 44 seconds stop
IP - 21
IP - 21
2006 / 42 / CEE
Fecha fabricación: 2018
2019
2020
2021
2022
38 EC Conformity Declaration
WE HEREBY DECLARE, under our own responsability and save higher authorized criteria,
that the machines detailed below meet the basic safety and health requirements of the EC
directive in terms of design, construction and the version commissioned by ourselves.
Machine Denomination: Coffee Grinder.
Classic Machine Type: Models (nº3) TRANQUILO (instant), (nº3) TRANQUILO-2 (w/handle),
(nº3)BRASIL (w/handle), (nº3) TAURO (w/handle), (nº5) SPACE (w/handle-automatic), (nº5)
MARFIL (w/handle-automatic), (nº12) MICHIGAN (bags).
Silencer Machine Type: Models (nº9) KENIA(w/handle-automatic), (Nº11) JAMAICA
(w/handle-automatic), (Nº12) MOVIE (w/handle-automatic), (Nº12) HAWAI (bags).
Electronic Machine Type: (Nº3)TRON.TRANQUILO (instant),(Nº9) TRON.KENIA (instant),
(nº11) TRON.JAMAICA (instant), (nº12) LUXOMATIC (instant).
Manufacturing Serial Number: Indicated on the specifications plate (see section 37) sticked
on the machine accompanying this USER’s MANUAL.
Directives Applied: EC Machines directive 2006/42/CEE.
-IEC 60335-2-64:2002 (Third Edition) +A1 in conjunction with IEC 60335-1:2010
(Fifth Edition) + A1:2013
-EN 60335 1: 2012 + AC: 2014 + A11:2014
-EN 60335-2-64:2004 (Also evaluates EN60335-2-64: 2000 + EN 60335-2-64:2000
CORR: 2002+ EN 60335-2-64/A1: 2002)
-EN 62233:2008
-SASO IEC 60335-2-64
-KC 60335-1
Specific application Standardised Regulations: EN 292-1 & 2, Machine Safety.
EN 60.204-1, Machine Electrical Equipment.
Manufacturer’s Signature:
Por MOLCUNILL.S.L
Joel Cunill
General Manager
TRANQUILO
TRANQUILO TRON
LUXO
KENIA TRON
TRANQUILO II
BRASIL
LUXOMATIC
MARFIL
JAMAICA TRON
MOVIE
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