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coffee maker cafeterie kaffeeautomaten macchina da caffé
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COFFEE MAKER
CAFETERIE
KAFFEEAUTOMATEN
MACCHINA DA CAFFÉ
KOFFIEZETTER
CAFETERA
CAFETEIRA
MHXANH KAºE
KAHVINKEITIN
ESPRESSOMASKIN
KAFFEMASKINE
ESPRESSOMASKIN
KÁVÉFŐZŐGÉP
KÁVOVAR
INSTRUKCJA OBS¸UGI,
INSTALACJI I KONSERWACJI
EKSPRESU DO KAWY
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Owner’s instructions
Mode d’emploi
Bedienungsanleitung
Istruzioni per l’uso
Gebruiksaanwijzingen
Instrucciones para el uso
Manual de instruções
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Instructions for use
Käyttöohjeet
Bruksanvisning
Brugervejledning
Bruksanvisning
Kezelési utasítás
Návod k pouÏití
Instrukcja użytkowanie
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Please read this instruction booklet carefully before
installing and using the coffee maker. Only by doing
so will you be able to achieve the best results and the
maximum safety during use.
DESCRIPTION OF THE COFFEE MAKER
The following terminology will be used throughout the
pages that follow.
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Control panel
Steam knob
Water tank
Lid
Power supply cable
Steam and hot water delivery tube
Cappuccino nozzle
Drip-tray
Hot water drip spout
Pressing pad
Measuring spoon
Filter holder
Filter-lock lever
1-cup filter
2-cup filter
“OK” pilot light
“ON/OFF” illuminated switch
Steam switch
Coffee and water delivery switch
SAFETY WARNINGS
• This appliance has been built to make espresso
coffee and reheat beverages; be careful to avoid
burns from spurts of hot water or steam, or from
incorrect use of the coffee maker.
• Never touch the hot parts of the coffee maker.
• After removing the packaging, make sure that the
appliance is complete. In case of doubt, do not use
the appliance and contact professionally qualified
service personnel.
• The packaging elements (plastic bags, expanded
polystyrene, etc.) must be kept out of children’s
reach, because they may be dangerous.
• This appliance is to be utilised for domestic use
only. Any other use is to be considered improper
and therefore dangerous.
• The manufacturer takes no responsibility for any
damage that may derive from incorrect, erroneous
or irrational use.
• Never touch the appliance with wet or damp hands
or feet.
• Never allow the appliance to be used by children
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or incapacitated individuals without proper
supervision.
• In case of breakdown or malfunctioning, turn off
the appliance immediately and do not tamper with
it. For repairs, contact exclusively a Technical
Assistance Centre authorised by the manufacturer
and request the use of original replacement parts.
If this stipulation is ignored, the safe use of the
appliance may be compromised.
• The power supply cable of this appliance must
never be replaced by the user, because its
replacement requires the use of special tools.
Should the cable be damaged or need replacing,
contact exclusively a Technical Assistance Centre
authorised by the manufacturer, in order to avoid
any risk.
INSTALLATION
• Place the appliance on a flat work surface at a
distance from taps and sinks.
• Check that the voltage of the electrical power mains
corresponds to the voltage indicated on the
appliance information plaque. Connect the
appliance only to a power source with a minimum
delivery of 10 amps and fitted with a proper
grounding element. The manufacturer will not be
held responsible for any accidents that may be
caused by the lack of a grounding element for the
appliance.
• In the event of incompatibility between the mains
outlet and the plug of the appliance, have the plug
replaced by qualified personnel. In the event that
the cable is damaged, contact exclusively a
Technical Assistance Centre authorised by the
manufacturer, because a special tool is required for
its replacement.
• Never install the coffee maker in an environment
that can reach a temperature of less than or equal
to 0°C (if the water inside it should freeze, the
appliance might be damaged).
FILLING THE WATER TANK
To fill the water tank, lift the lid, take out the tank by
pulling it upwards (Fig. 1), and fill it with fresh, clean
water up to the ‘MAX’ mark. Replace it in the coffee
maker, making sure that the suction tubes are immersed
in the water.
Never operate the appliance without water in the tank.
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PREHEATING THE APPLIANCE
In order to obtain espresso coffee at the right
temperature, it is absolutely essential to preheat the
machine by pressing the main “on/off” switch (Fig. 2)
at least half an hour before making the coffee. During
this time, make sure that the filter holder is attached to
the machine (always ensure that the steam knob is
closed). To attach the filter holder, position it under the
hot water drip spout with the handle towards the left
(see Fig. 3); push upwards and at the same time rotate
the handle towards the right; always rotate it decisively.
After half an hour, the coffee can be made as described
in the next section.
Alternatively, it is possible to carry out the preheating
quickly by following these steps:
1. Turn on the appliance by pressing the “on/off”
switch (Fig. 2).
2. Attach the filter holder to the appliance, without
filling it with ground coffee, and position a cup
under its spouts. Use the same cup that you will
serve the coffee in; in this manner the cup itself will
be preheated.
3. Wait until the “OK” pilot light turns on (Fig. 4) and
immediately afterwards press the coffee delivery
switch (Fig. 5). Let the water exit until the “OK” light
goes off; then stop the delivery by pressing the
coffee delivery switch again (Fig. 6).
4. Empty the cup, wait until the “OK” pilot light comes
on again and repeat the whole operation one more
time.
HOW TO PREPARE ESPRESSO COFFEE
1. After carrying out the preheating of the machine as
described in the preceding section, in order to
make just one cup of espresso coffee, insert the 1cup filter (the smaller of the two provided) into the
filter holder (Fig. 6) and fill it with one level
measuring spoon of ground coffee – about 7
grams. If you wish to prepare two cups of espresso
coffee, use the 2-cup filter (the larger of the two
provided) and fill it with two less-than-level
measuring spoons of ground coffee (about 6+6
grams).
2. Distribute the ground coffee uniformly and press it
lightly with the pressing pad (Fig. 7). NOTE:
pressing the ground coffee is very important in
order to obtain a good espresso coffee. If you press
too hard, the coffee will come out slowly and the
cream will be dark in colour. If, on the other hand,
you do not press enough, the coffee will come out
too quickly and the cream will be scarce and light
in colour.
3. Remove any excess coffee from the rim of the filter
and hook the filter holder onto the appliance.
Always rotate the filter holder decisively.
4. Position the cup or cups under the spouts of the filter
holder (Fig. 8). It is best to preheat the cups by
rinsing them under a little hot water.
5. Make sure that the OK pilot light (Fig. 5) is turned
on (if it is off, wait until it turns on), then press the
coffee delivery switch (Fig. 5) until the desired
quantity of coffee is obtained. To stop the flow,
press the coffee delivery switch again.
6. To detach the filter holder, wait a few seconds and
then turn the handle from right to left. ATTENTION:
to avoid squirts, never detach the filter holder
while the appliance is dispensing.
7. To remove the used coffee, hold the filter locked
with the special lever that is built into the handle
and let the coffee fall out by knocking the
overturned filter holder (Fig. 9).
8. To turn off the coffee maker, press the “On/off”
switch (Fig. 2).
Attention: the first time that you use the coffee maker,
it is necessary to wash all the accessories and the
internal circuits, making at least five coffees without
using ground coffee.
HOW TO PREPARE CAPPUCCINO
1. Prepare one or two cups of espresso coffee, making
sure to use cups that are large enough for
cappuccinos.
2. Press the steam switch (Fig. 10) and wait until the
“OK” pilot light comes on (Fig. 4). The turning on
of the light means that the hot water generator has
reached the ideal temperature for producing steam.
3. In the meantime, fill a container with about 100
grams of milk for each cappuccino to be made. The
milk must be cold from the refrigerator (not warm!).
When choosing the container, remember that the
volume of the milk will double or triple.
4. Position the container under the cappuccino nozzle.
5. Immerse the cappuccino nozzle into the milk by
about 5mm (Fig. 11) and rotate the steam handle
in an anti-clockwise direction (fig.12) (by rotating
the handle to a greater or lesser extent, it is possible
to vary the amount of steam that will exit from the
cappuccino nozzle). At this point, the milk will
begin to increase in volume and will begin to
appear creamy.
6. When the volume of milk has doubled, immerse the
cappuccino nozzle deeply into the container and
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continue heating the milk (Fig. 13). Then, when the
desired temperature has been reached (the
optimum temperature is 60°C), close by rotating
the steam knob in a clockwise direction (Fig. 12)
and turn off the steam switch.
7. Pour the frothed milk into the cups containing the
espresso coffees that were prepared in advance.
The cappuccino is now ready; add sugar as
desired and, as an extra option, sprinkle a little
powdered chocolate on the top of the froth.
IMPORTANT: always clean the cappuccino nozzle
after use. Proceed as follows:
1. By turning the steam knob (Fig. 12), allow a little
steam to come out for a few seconds.
3. Unscrew the cappuccino nozzle by turning it in a
clockwise direction (Fig. 14) and wash it thoroughly
with tepid water.
5. Check that the three holes in the cappuccino nozzle
(shown in Fig. 15) are not plugged. If necessary,
use a pin to clean them.
7. Clean the steam delivery tube, being careful not to
burn yourself.
9. Screw the cappuccino nozzle back on.
PRODUCING HOT WATER
1. Turn on the appliance by pressing the “on/off”
switch (Fig. 2) and wait until the “OK” pilot light
comes on (Fig. 4).
2. Position a container under the cappuccino nozzle.
3. Press the coffee delivery switch (Fig. 5) and, at the
same time, rotate the steam knob in an anticlockwise direction (Fig. 12); water will come out
from the cappuccino nozzle.
4. To stop the flow of hot water, turn the steam knob in
a clockwise direction and press the coffee delivery
switch.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
1. Before any cleaning or maintenance operation,
turn off the appliance, let it cool down and detach
the plug from the mains.
2. Never use solvents or abrasive detergents in
cleaning the appliance. A soft, moist cloth is
sufficient.
3. Clean the following parts on a regular basis: the
filter holder, the drip-tray, the water tank and the
hot water drip spout. Do not wash the filter holder
in the dishwasher.
4. Never immerse the unit in water – it is an electrical
appliance.
5. From time to time, check that the small holes in the
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two coffee filters are not plugged. If necessary,
clean the filters thoroughly using hot water and
scrubbing them with an abrasive pad.
SCALE REMOVAL
It is recommended that the appliance be descaled after
every 200 cups of coffee, approximately. It is
recommended that specific products for descaling of
espresso coffee makers be used. These products are
usually available in retail stores. If such products are
not available, the following steps may be taken:
1. Fill the tank with 1 litre of water.
2. Dissolve 2 dessert spoons (about 30 grams) of citric
acid (available in pharmacies) in the water.
3. Press the “On/off” switch and wait until the “OK”
pilot light comes on.
4. Make sure that the filter holder is not attached and
position a container under the drip spout of the
appliance.
5. Press the coffee delivery switch, empty half of the
tank and, from time to time, rotate the steam knob
and allow a little of the solution to come out. Then
stop the flow by pressing the switch again.
6. Allow the solution to sit for about 15 minutes, then
start up the delivery again until the tank is
completely empty.
7. To eliminate residues of the solution and scale, rinse
the tank well, fill it with clean water and insert it
back into its seat. Press the coffee delivery switch
and let the appliance operate until the tank is
completely empty.;
8. Press the switch again and repeat this last
operation one more time.
Repairs to the appliance that are necessitated by scale
problems will not be covered by the guarantee unless
the scale removal described above has been carried
out on a regular basis.
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PROBLEM
The espresso coffee is cold.
PROBABLE CAUSES
SOLUTION
• The “OK” pilot light is not on when
the coffee delivery sw
• Wait until the “OK” pilot light is on.
• The appliance has not been
preheated.
• Carry out the preheating, as
described in the “Preheating the
appliance” section.
• Preheat the cups by rinsing them
with hot water.
• The cups were not preheated.
The espresso coffee does not come
out.
• Lack of water in the tank.
• The holes in the filter holder spouts
are plugged.
The espresso coffee drips from the
edges of the filter holder, instead of
from the holes.
• The filter holder is not inserted
correctly.
• The gasket of the espresso hot water
generator has lost its elasticity.
• The holes in the filter holder spouts
are plugged.
• Fill the water tank. correctly and
rotate it as far as it will go;
• Clean the holes in the spouts.
• Attach the filter holder correctly and
rotate it as far as it will go.
• Have the gasket of the espresso hot
water generator replaced at a
Service Centre.
• Clean the holes in the spouts.
The pump is making too much noise.
• The water tank is empty.
• Fill the tank.
The cream of the coffee is light in
colour (the coffee exits quickly from
the spout).
• The ground coffee is not pressed
enough.
• There is not enough ground coffee.
• Press the ground coffee more
strongly.
• Increase the quantity of coffee.
• The coffee is ground too thickly.
• Only use ground coffee for espresso
coffee makers.
• The ground coffee has been pressed
too tightly.
• There is too much ground coffee.
• Press the coffee less.
The cream of the coffee is dark (the
coffee exits slowly from the spout).
• The coffee is ground too finely.
• Decrease the quantity of ground
coffee used.
• Only use ground coffee for espresso
coffee machines.
The coffee has an acidic taste.
• The rinse after scale removal was
not sufficient.
• Rinse the appliance as described in
the “SCALE REMOVAL” section.
The milk does not froth when making
cappuccinos.
• The milk is not cold enough.
• Always use milk at refrigerator
temperature.
• Clean the holes of the cappuccino
nozzle thoroughly.
• The cappuccino nozzle is dirty.
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