mini me user manual - NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto

mini me user manual - NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto
M I NI M E
U S E R MA N U AL
www.d olc e-g usto.com
TABLE OF CONTE N TS
1 . S AF E T Y P R E C AU T IO N S . . ............................................. ....... 3
2. M AC H I N E OV E R V IEW................................................. ....... 5
3. B E V E R AG E E X AM P LES............................................... ....... 6
4. R E C OM M E N D AT I ON S F O R S A F E U S E............................ ....... 7
5. F I R S T U S E . . . . . . . . . . . ............................................................ 8
6. P R E PAR I N G A B E VERA GE........................................... ....... 9
6 . 1 ON E C AP SU L E (E.G. LU N GO ) ................................ ....... 9
6 . 2 T W O C AP SU LES (E.G. CA PPU CCI N O ). .................... ..... 10
7 . C L E AN I N G. . . . . . . . . . .......................................................... 12
8. D E SC AL I N G AT L EA S T EV ERY 3 – 4 M O N THS.. .................... 13
9. T R OU B L E S H OOT I N G . . ..................................................... 15
9 . 1 N O L I Q U I D C O M ES O U T – N O WATER?.................. ..... 15
9 . 2 NO LIQUID COMES OUT – CAPSULE / INJECTOR BLOCKED? . ... ..... 15
9.3VARIOUS...................................................................... 16
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1.
SA F ETY PR ECAUTIONS
1. Read all instructions and keep these safety instructions. Any
type of misuse of the appliance may result in a potential injury.
2. Connect the appliance to a mains power socket with an earth
connection only. Mains voltage must be the same as the details
on the rating plate. The use of incorrect connection will negate
the guarantee and may be hazardous.
3. This appliance is intended to be used in household only. It
is not intended to be used in follow­ing applications, and the
guarantee will not apply for:
- staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other working environments;
- farm houses;
- by clients in hotels, motels and other residential type environments;
- bed and breakfast type environments;
4. Your appliance is intended for domestic use inside the home
only at an altitude below 3400 m.
5. In case of any inappropriate use or failure to comply with the
instructions, the manufacturer accepts no responsibility and
the guarantee may not apply.
6. We recommend using the NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® capsules
designed and tested for the NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® machine.
They were designed to interact together - the interaction provides
the in-cup quality that NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® is known for.
Each capsule is designed to prepare a perfect cup, and cannot
be reused.
7. Do not remove hot capsules by hand. Always use capsule holder
handle to dispose of used capsules.
8. Always use the appliance on a flat, stable, heat resistant surface
away from sources of heat or water splashes.
9. To protect against fire, electric shock and injury to persons do
not immerse the power cord, plugs or the appliance in water or
other liquid. Avoid spillage on the plug. Never touch the power
cord with wet hands. Do not overfill the water tank.
10. In case of an emergency remove the plug from the mains power
socket immediately.
11. Close supervision is necessary when the appliance is used near
children. Keep the appliance / power cord / capsule holder out of
reach of children. Children should be supervised to ensure that
they do not play with the appliance. Never leave the appliance
without surveillance while making a beverage.
12. This appliance is not intended for use by children or persons
with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack
of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruc­tion concerning use of the appliance by a
person responsible for their safety. Persons who have a limited
or no understanding of the operation and use of this appliance
must first read and fully understand the contents of the user
manual, and where appropriate seek additional guidance on its
operation and use from the person responsible for their safety.
13. Do not use the appliance without the drip tray and drip grid,
except when a very tall mug is used. Do not use the appliance
for hot water preparation.
14. For health reasons, always fill the water tank with fresh drinking
water.
15. After use of the appliance always remove the capsule and clean
the capsule holder. Empty and clean the drip tray and capsule
bin daily. Food allergy sufferers must rinse the appliance
according to cleaning procedure.
16. The heating element surface is subject to residual heat after use
and plastic housings may feel warm to touch several minutes
upon use.
17. Unplug from the mains power socket when not in use.
18. Unplug from the mains power socket before cleaning. Allow
to cool before putting on or taking off parts, before cleaning
the appliance. Never clean wet or immerse appliance in any
fluid. Never clean the appliance with running water. Never use
detergents to clean the appliance. Clean the appliance only
using soft sponges/brushes. The water tank should be cleaned
with a clean food-safe brush.
19. Never turn the machine upside down.
20. If away for prolonged periods, on holiday, etc. the appliance
must be emptied, cleaned and unplugged. Rinse before reuse.
Operate the rinse cycle before re-using your appliance.
21. Do not turn off the appliance during the descaling process.
Rinse the water tank and clean the appliance to avoid any
residual descaling agent.
22. Any operation, cleaning and care other than normal use must
be undertaken by after-sales service centres designated by
NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® hotline. Do not dismantle appliance
and do not put anything into openings.
23. In case of intensive use without allowing sufficient cooling time, the
appliance will stop functioning temporarily with the red indicator
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1 . SA F ET Y P RE CAUTIONS
light blinking. This is to protect your appliance from overheating.
Switch the appliance off for 20 minutes to let it cool down.
24. Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug. If the
power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer,
its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a
hazard. Do not operate any appliance that malfunctions or has
been damaged in any manner. Unplug cord immediately. Return
the damaged appliance to the nearest authorised service facility
designated by NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® hotline.
25. The use of accessory attachments not recommended by the
appliance manufacturer may result in fire, electric shock or injury
to persons.
26. Do not let the cord hang over the edge of a table or counter, or
touch hot surfaces or sharp edges. Do not allow the cord to dangle
(risk of tripping up). Never touch the cord with wet hands.
27. Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated
oven.
28. To disconnect, turn the machine off, then remove the plug from
the mains power socket. Do not unplug by pulling the cord.
29. Always insert the capsule holder in the machine to prepare a
beverage. Do not pull out the capsule holder before the indicator
stops blinking. The appliance will not work if the capsule holder
is not inserted.
30. Machines equipped with a locking handle: Scalding may occur
if the locking handle is opened during the brewing cycles. Do not
pull up the locking handle before the lights on the machine stop
flashing.
31. Do not put fingers under the outlet during beverage preparation.
32. Do not touch the injector of the machine head.
33. Never carry the appliance by the machine head.
34. The capsule holder is equipped with a permanent magnet. Avoid
placing the capsule holder near appliances and objects that can
be damaged by magnetism, e.g. credit cards, USB drives and
other data devices, video tapes, television and computer monitors
with picture tubes, mechanical clocks, hearing aids and loud
speakers.
35. Patients with pacemakers or defibrillators: Do not hold the capsule
holder directly over the pacemaker or defibrillator.
36. If the mains power socket does not match the plug on the
appliance, have the plug replaced with a suitable type by aftersales service centres designated by NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto®
hotline.
37. Packaging is made of recyclable materials. Contact your local
council / authority for further information on recycling programs.
Your appliance contains valuable materials which can be
recovered or recycled.
38. For additional guidance on how to use the appliance,
refer to the user manual on www.dolce-gusto.com or call
NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® hotline number.
39. Please be aware that the appliance is still using electricity whilst
in eco-mode (0.4 W/hour).
40. Keep the appliance and its cord out of reach of children aged less
than 8 years. Children shall not play with the appliance.
41. This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and
above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been
given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance
in a safe way and if they understand the hazards involved.
42. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children
unless they are older than 8 and supervised by an adult.
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not remove
the cover. No user serviceable parts inside. Repair should
be done by authorized service personnel only!
EUROPEAN MARKETS ONLY:
Think of the environment!
Your appliance contains valuable materials which can
be recovered or recycled.
Leave it at a local civic waste collection point or at an
approved service centre, where it will be disposed of
properly.
European Directive 2012/19/EU on Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)., stipulates that
used household appliances must not be disposed of
in normal unsorted municipal waste. Old appliances
must be collected separately to optimise the sorting
and recycling of their parts and to reduce the impact on
human health and the environment.
The guarantee does not cover appliances that do not work or do
not work properly because they have not been maintained and/
or descaled.
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2. MA C HINE OVE RVIE W
1
2
3
4
5
6
7 8 9
STOP
10
1 Water tank
2 Selection lever
3Cold
4Stop
5Hot
6 Power button /
Error signal
7 Volume selector
8 Locking handle
9 Rinsing tool
10 Capsule holder
11 Cleaning needle
12Injector
13 Drip grid
14 Drip tray
ECONOMY MODE:
after 5 min of non-usage
TECHNICAL DATA
PH / SG / ZA:
220-240 V, 50-60 Hz, 1600 W
TT:
110-120 V, 60 Hz, 1600 W
max. 15 bar
11
12
13
0.8 L
14
~2.5 kg
5-45 °C
41-113 °F
B
A
C
5
A = 16 cm
B = 30.5 cm
C = 24 cm
3. BE VER AGE E X A MPL ES
Adjust drip tray
ESPRESSO
Select volume
CAPPUCCINO
Choose hot or cold
CHOCOCINO
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CAPPUCCINO ICE
4. REC OM M E NDATIONS F OR S A F E U S E
Always keep the machine upright!
After finishing preparation the power
button blinks red for about 5 seconds.
During that time do not open locking
handle!
Do not touch plug with wet hands. Do
not touch machine with wet hands!
Never use a wet sponge. Only use a
soft damp cloth to clean the top of the
machine.
Do not touch used capsule after
beverage preparation! Hot surface, risk
of burns!
Never touch injector with surface of
finger!
Do not use the rinsing tool for tea or hot
water preparation.
Never add hot water to the water tank!
For rinsing and beverage preparation
only use fresh drinking water.
7
IF LEFT UNUSED FOR MORE THAN 2 DAYS: Fill
water tank with fresh drinking water and insert
it into machine. Rinse machine, therefore follow
instructions in “7. CLEANING“ on page 12,
beginning with step 4. Remove water from
water tank. Dry water tank. Insert water tank into
machine.
5. FIR ST USE
1
Rinse water tank manually with fresh drinking
water. Fill water tank with fresh drinking water.
Insert water tank into machine.
4
2
3
Open locking handle. Make sure that rinsing
tool is in capsule holder and capsule holder
is in machine. Close locking handle. Place an
empty large container underneath the coffee
outlet.
Ensure to use the correct mains voltage as given
in “OVERVIEW“. Connect power plug to mains
power socket.
6
5
STOP
Switch on machine. Power button starts
blinking red while machine is heating up for
approximately 40 seconds. Afterwards power
button lights steady green. Machine is ready
to use.
7
Set bar display to maximum level with volume
selector. Push selection lever to the “COLD”
position. Machine starts rinsing.
8
Wait until the lever moves to the “STOP” position. Extraction stops. Power button blinks red
for about 5 seconds.
9
STOP
Push selection lever to the “HOT” position.
Machine starts rinsing.
Wait until the lever moves to the “STOP” position. Open locking handle. Pull out capsule
holder. Remove rinsing tool. Reinsert capsule
holder.
8
Empty container. Fill water tank with fresh
drinking water. Insert water tank into machine.
Place drip grid on drip tray. Then insert drip
tray at desired position.
6 . PREPAR ING A BE VER A GE
6. 1 ONE CAP SULE (E .G. L U N GO)
1
Check if the water tank contains enough fresh
drinking water. Switch on machine. Power
button starts blinking red while machine is
heating up for approximately 40 seconds.
Afterwards power button lights steady green.
Machine is ready to use.
4
2
3
Adjust drip tray position. Place cup with
correct cup size on drip tray. See “3. BEVERAGE
EXAMPLES“ or package.
Open locking handle. Pull out capsule holder.
Make sure rinsing tool is not inside. Insert
capsule in capsule holder. Insert it back into
machine. Close locking handle.
6
5
STOP
Use volume selector to set bar display in
accordance with the number of bars shown on
capsule, or select amount of bars to your own
taste.
7
After extraction is finished remove cup from
drip tray.
Push selection lever to the “HOT” or “COLD”
position as recommended on capsule packs.
Beverage preparation starts. Wait until the
lever moves to the “STOP” position. Extraction
stops. Extraction can be stopped manually by
moving the lever back to the “STOP” position.
8
After finishing preparation the power button
blinks red for about 5 seconds. During that
time do not open locking handle!
9
Open locking handle. Pull out capsule holder.
Remove used capsule. Put used capsule in
dustbin.
9
Rinse capsule holder with fresh drinking water
from both sides. Dry capsule holder. Insert it
back into machine. Enjoy your beverage!
6. P RE PARING A BEV ERA GE
6.2 TWO CAPSUL ES ( E.G. CA PPU CCI N O)
1
Check if the water tank contains enough fresh
drinking water. Switch on machine. Power
button starts blinking red while machine is
heating up for approximately 40 seconds.
Afterwards power button lights steady green.
Machine is ready to use.
4
2
3
Open locking handle. Pull out capsule holder.
Adjust drip tray position. Place cup with
correct cup size on drip tray. See “3. BEVERAGE Make sure rinsing tool is not inside. Insert first
EXAMPLES“ or package.
capsule in capsule holder. Insert it back into
machine. Close locking handle.
5
6
STOP
Push selection lever to the “HOT” or “COLD”
Use volume selector to illuminate bars in
accordance with the number of bars shown on position as recommended on capsule packs.
capsule, or set bar display to your own taste.
Beverage preparation starts. Wait until the lever
moves to the “STOP” position. Extraction stops.
Extraction can be stopped manually by moving
the lever back to the “STOP” position.
7
Open locking handle. Pull out capsule holder.
Remove used capsule. Put used capsule in
dustbin.
After finishing preparation the power button
blinks red for about 5 seconds.
During that time do not open locking handle!
9
8
Insert second capsule in capsule holder. Insert
it back into machine. Close locking handle.
10
Use volume selector to set bar display in
accordance with the number of bars shown on
capsule, or select amount of bars to your own
taste.
6 . PREPAR ING A BE VER A GE
6. 2 T WO CAPSULE S (E.G. CA PPU CCI N O)
11
12
Push selection lever to the “HOT” or “COLD”
position as recommended on capsule packs.
Beverage preparation starts. Wait until the
lever moves to the “STOP” position. Extraction
stops. Extraction can be stopped manually by
moving the lever back to the “STOP” position.
After finishing preparation the power button
blinks red for about 5 seconds. During that
time do not open locking handle!
After extraction is finished remove cup from
drip tray.
13
14
Open locking handle. Pull out capsule holder.
Remove used capsule. Put used capsule in
dustbin.
Rinse capsule holder with fresh drinking water
from both sides. Dry capsule holder. Insert it
back into machine. Enjoy your beverage!
10
STOP
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7. CLE ANING
3
2
1
Rinse and clean water tank. Use a clean foodsafe brush and washing-up liquid as needed.
Afterwards refill with fresh drinking water and
insert it into machine. The water tank is not
dishwasher proof!
Rinse drip tray and rinsing tool with fresh
drinking water. Clean drip tray with clean foodsafe brush. The drip tray is not dishwasher
proof!
Clean with washing-up liquid and fresh
drinking water both sides of capsule holder.
Alternatively wash in dishwasher. Dry it
afterwards.
4
5
6
Open locking handle. Put rinsing tool into
capsule holder. Insert capsule holder into machine. Close locking handle. Place an empty
large container underneath the coffee outlet.
Switch on machine. Power button starts
blinking red while machine is heating up for
approximately 40 seconds. Afterwards power
button lights steady green. Machine is ready
to use.
Set bar display to maximum level with volume
selector. Push selection lever to the “HOT”
position.
7
8
9
STOP
Wait until the lever moves to the “STOP”
position. Extraction stops. Empty and clean
container. Warning: Hot water! Handle with
care!
Open locking handle. Pull out capsule holder.
Remove rinsing tool. Place drip grid on drip
tray. Then insert drip tray at desired position. If
any, remove water from water tank.
12
Switch off machine. Unplug power plug! Clean
machine with a soft damp cloth. Dry it afterwards with a soft dry cloth.
8. D ESC ALING AT LE AST EV ERY 3 – 4 MON THS
www.dolce-gusto.com
Use NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto®
liquid descaler. To order,
call the hotline or go on the
NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto®
website.
Do not use vinegar for
descaling.
1
Avoid contact of descaling
liquid with any part of the
machine.
Do not push power button
during descaling cycle.
3
2
0.5 L
If the beverage comes out slower than usual
(even in droplets), or if it is cooler than usual
the machine has to be descaled.
4
Switch off machine. If any, remove water from
water tank.
5
Mix 0.5 liter fresh drinking water with descaler
in a measuring cup. Pour descaling solution
into water tank and insert water tank into
machine.
6
STOP
Open locking handle. Put rinsing tool into
capsule holder. Insert capsule holder into
machine. Close locking handle. Place an
empty large container underneath the coffee
outlet.
Set bar display to maximum level with volume
selector. Press and hold power button for at
least 5 seconds. Power button blinks green.
Machine enters descaling mode.
13
Push selection lever to the “HOT” position.
Machine descales in start-stop operation for
approximately 2 minutes. Lever comes back to
the middle position.
8. DE SCALING AT L EA S T EV ERY 3 – 4 MON THS
7
9
8
STOP
Push selection lever to the “COLD” position.
Machine descales continuously. Lever comes
back to the middle position.
For a better effect of the descaler, the machine
enters a waiting time of 2 minutes. The power
button blinks green during the waiting time.
Empty and clean container. Rinse and clean
water tank. Use a clean food-safe brush and
washing-up liquid as needed. Afterwards
refill with fresh drinking water and insert it into
machine.
10
11
12
STOP
STOP
Push selection lever to the “HOT” position. Wait
until the lever moves to the “STOP” position.
Extraction stops.
Push selection lever to the “COLD” position.
Wait until the lever moves to the “STOP”
position. Extraction stops.
13
14
Pull out capsule holder. Remove rinsing
tool. Reinsert capsule holder. Empty and
clean container. Rinse and clean water tank.
Afterwards refill with fresh drinking water and
insert it into machine.
Clean machine with a soft damp cloth. Dry it
afterwards with a soft dry cloth. Place drip grid
on drip tray. Then insert drip tray at desired
position.
14
At the end of the rinsing cycle, power button
lights up red. Wait until power button light
turns green. Remove container. Switch off
machine.
9 . T RO UBLESHOOTING
9. 1 N O LIQUID COM E S O U T – N O WATER?
1
2
STOP
No liquid comes out: Beverage preparation stops Push selection lever to the “STOP” position.
part way during delivery or does not start at all.
Power button blinks red and green rapidly.
Check if the water tank contains enough fresh drinking water. If not, refill with fresh drinking water and
push selection lever to the “HOT” position respectively
“COLD” to continue preparation. If the water tank is
full proceed as described in “9.2 NO LIQUID COMES
OUT – CAPSULE / INJECTOR BLOCKED?“.
9 .2 NO LIQUID COMES OUT – CAPSULE / INJECTOR BLOCKED?
2
1
STOP
No liquid comes out: The capsule may be
blocked and under pressure.
Always keep machine upright! To stop
preparation, push selection lever to the “STOP”
position. Do not open locking handle by force.
Machine releases pressure.
Wait for 20 minutes to reduce the pressure.
Lift the locking handle. Remove capsule
holder. Put used capsule in dustbin.
3
4
5
Close locking handle. Remove the water tank
and take out the cleaning needle. Keep needle out of reach of children!
Unplug power plug! Remove drip grid and
drip tray. For better access to injector tilt machine. Never touch injector with finger!
Clean injector with cleaning needle. Follow
instructions in “8. Descaling at least every 3-4
months“.
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9 . TROUBLE SHOO TI N G
9.3VARIOUS
Machine cannot be switched on.
1
2
Check if the power plug is correctly plugged
into a mains power socket. If yes, check your
electricity supply.
If machine still cannot be switched on, call the
NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® hotline. For hotline
numbers see last page.
1
2
STOP
Beverage is splashing out of coffee outlet.
Push selection lever to the “STOP” position.
Pull out capsule holder. Put used capsule in
dustbin.
1
www.dolce-gusto.com
If the beverage comes out slower than usual Use NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto® liquid descaler. To
(even in droplets), or if it is cooler than usual order, call the NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® Hotline
the machine has to be descaled.
or go on the NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® website.
®
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Insert a new capsule in capsule holder and
insert it back into machine.
9. TROUBLESHOOTING
9.3VARIOUS
2
1
Power button flashes red fast.
If power button still flashes red call the
Switch off machine. Check if capsule is blocked,
see “9.2 NO LIQUID COMES OUT – CAPSULE /
NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® hotline. For hotline
INJECTOR BLOCKED? “. Unplug power plug and
numbers see “HOTLINES”.
wait 20 minutes. Afterwards plug power plug
into mains power socket and switch machine on.
2
1
Water accumulates underneath or around
machine. Clear water leaks around capsule
holder during beverage preparation.
Unplug power plug!
Call the NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® Hotline or
go on the NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® website.
For hotline numbers see last page.
1
Water is splashing out of coffee outlet during rinsing or descaling.
Put rinsing tool into capsule holder. Insert
capsule holder into machine.
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HOTL I N ES
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AT
AU
BA
BE
BG
BR
CA
CH
CL
CO
CN
CR
CZ
DE
DK
EE
ES
FI
FR
0800 999 81 00
0800 365 23 48
1800 466 975
0800 202 42
0800 93217
0 800 1 6666
0800 7762233
1 888 809 9267
0800 86 00 85
800 800 711
01800-05-15566
400 630 4868
0800-507-4000
800 135 135
0800 365 23 48
35460100
6 177 441
900 10 21 21
0800 0 6161
0 800 97 07 80
Middle East: +971 4- 8100081
0800 707 6066
mx 01800 365 2348
GR 800 11 68068
MK 0800 00 200
GT 1-800-299-0019
MT 80074114
HK 2179 8888
MY 1800 88 3633
HN 800-2220-6666
N I 1-800-4000
HR 0800 600 604
NL 0800-3652348
HU 06 40 214 200
NO 800 80 730
I D 001803657121
NZ 0800 365 234
I E 00800 6378 5385
PA 800-0000
I L 1-700-50-20-54
P E 80010210
I T 800365234
PH 898-0061
JO +962-65902998
PK 0800-62282
J P 0120-879-816
PL 0800 174 902
KR 080-234-0070
P T 800 200 153
KW +965 22286847
P Y 0800-112121
KZ 8-800-080-2880
QA +974-44587688
L B +961-4548595
RO 0 800 8 637 853
LU 8002 3183
RU 8-800-700-79-79
LT 8 700 55 200
S A 8008971971
L V 67508056
SE 020-29 93 00
MA 080 100 52 54
S
G 1 800 836 7009
me 020 269 902
S I 080 45 05
SK 0800 135 135
GB
www.d olc e-g usto.com
S R 0800 000
S V 800-6179
100
T H 1-800-295588
0-2657-8601
211 02 18
4 44 31 60
(868) 663-7853
0800-000-338
0 800 50 30 10
1-800-745-3391
0800-2122
1800 6699
+27 11 514 6116
T R 0800
TT
TW
UA
US
UY
VN
ZA
UM-MME-EN-2016/04
AE 800348786
AL 0842 640 10
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