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Copyright Breville Pty. Ltd. 2016.
Due to continued product improvement, the products illustrated/photographed
in this booklet may vary slightly from the actual product.
RM - BDC650 D16
the Grind Control™
Instruction Book - RM - BDC650
Contents
2 Breville Recommends Safety First
4 Safeguards for Your Blender
6Components
8Functions
16 Advance Features
17 Tips
19 Care & Cleaning
22Troubleshooting
BREVILLE
RECOMMENDS
SAFETY FIRST
At Breville we are very safety
conscious. We design and
manufacture consumer
products with the safety of you,
our valued customer, foremost
in mind. In addition we ask
that you exercise a degree of
care when using any electrical
appliance and adhere to the
following precautions.
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IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
FOR ALL
ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCES
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE USE AND SAVE
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
• Carefully read all instructions
before operating the appliance
and save for future reference.
•Remove and safely discard any
packaging material, plastic
power plug cover, and any
removable labels before using
appliance.
•If the appliance is to be:
- left unattended
- cleaned
- moved
- assembled; or
- stored
unplug the unit from the power
outlet.
•Always operate the appliance
on a stable and heat resistant
surface.
•Do not place the appliance on
or near a hot gas burner, electric
element or where it could touch
a heated oven.
•Ensure the unit has at least 4
inches (10cm) of clearance from
all side panels.
•Do not operate the appliance
without water in the water tank.
Use only cold, preferably filtered
water. Do not fill the appliance
with any other liquids.
•Ensure the supplied gold tone
filter or a paper filter (8-12 cup,
flat base basket style with ~
3¼"/8.25cm base) is placed in
the coffee basket before using
the appliance. Do not use the
gold tone filter in conjunction
with a paper filter.
•Before starting a brew cycle:
•- Completely empty the carafe
and securely lock the carafe lid
in place.
•- Push in and seat the carafe under the drip stop.
•- Ensure the filter basket is
empty and properly fit in place.
•During a brew cycle:
•- Do not remove the carafe or
open the basket door while the
unit is in a brew cycle. Failure
to follow the above may lead to
scalding or serious injury.
•Some surfaces may be hot, use
caution when touching or lifting
the unit or accessories.
•Only lift the carafe from the
carafe handle.
•The carafe is designed for use
with this appliance only. It must
never be used on a range top or
in a microwave.
•Scalding may occur if the
carafe lid is removed during the
brewing cycle.
•Always ensure the carafe lid is
securely locked in place onto
the carafe before pouring.
•Do not use the carafe with a
cracked, loose, weakened or
damaged handle.
•Do not touch hot surfaces.
Use the handle for lifting and
carrying the carafe.
•Do not set a hot carafe on a wet,
cold or heat sensitive surface.
•Do not operate the grinder
without the bean hopper lid in
position. Keep fingers, hands,
hair, clothing and utensils away
from the bean hopper during
operation. Avoid contact with
moving parts.
•Check the grinder for presence
of foreign objects before using.
•Use the grinder to grind roasted
coffee beans only.
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•Always switch the appliance
off by removing the power
plug from the power outlet
before attempting to move the
appliance, when the appliance is
not in use and before cleaning
and storing. Allow to cool
before putting on or taking off
parts, and before cleaning the
appliance.
•Do not use harsh or abrasive
materials when cleaning any
part of this appliance such as
steel wool or scoring pads.
•The use of attachments not sold
or recommended by Breville
may cause fire, electric shock or
injuries.
SAFEGUARDS
FOR YOUR
COFFEE MAKER
•Fully unwind cord before use.
•To protect against electric
shock, do not immerse cord,
plug or appliance in water or
any other liquid.
•Do not let the cord hang over
the edge of a bench or table,
touch hot surfaces, or become
knotted.
•Do not leave the appliance
unattended when in use.
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•Children should be supervised
to ensure they do not play with
the appliance.
•This appliance is recommended
for household use only. Do not
use this appliance for anything
other than its intended use. Do
not use in moving vehicles or
boats. Do not use outdoors.
•It is recommended to regularly
inspect the appliance. Do not
use the appliance if the power
cord, power plug, or appliance
becomes damaged in anyway.
Immediately cease use and call
Breville Consumer Support
for examination, repair or
adjustment.
•For any maintenance other than
cleaning, Breville Consumer
Support.
CAUTION
We recommend using cold,
filtered water. We do not
recommend the use of demineralized or distilled water
as this may affect the taste of
brewed coffee and how the coffee
machine is designed to function.
SHORT CORD
INSTRUCTIONS
Your Breville appliance is fitted
with a short power cord to reduce
the risk of personal injury or
property damage resulting from
pulling, tripping or becoming
entangled with a longer cord.
Longer detachable power cords or
extension cords are available and
may be used if care is exercised.
If an extension cord is used, (1)
the marked electrical rating of
the cord set or extension cord
should be at least as great as the
electrical rating of the appliance,
(2) the cord should be arranged
so that it will not drape over
the counter-top or table where
it can be pulled on by children
or tripped over unintentionally
and (3) the extension cord must
include a 3-prong grounding
plug.
NOTE
This appliance has a three wire
grounded plug. To reduce the risk
of electric shock, this plug will fit
in a polarized outlet only one way.
If the plug does not fit properly
into the outlet, contact a qualified
electrician. Do not use an adaptor
or modify the plug in any way.
Do not connect the appliance to
an external switch or device (such
as a timer, monitor or remote
circuit) that can be switched on
and off.
Breville Assist‰ PLug
Your Breville appliance comes
with a unique Assist‰ Plug,
conveniently designed with a
finger hole to easy removal from
the power outlet.
CALIFORNIA
PROPOSITION 65:
(Applicable to California
residents only).
This product contains chemicals
known to the State of California
to cause cancer, birth defects or
other reproductive harm.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Components
All parts of the
Grind Control™
that come into
contact with
coffee and water
are BPA Free.*
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
K
M
N
J
O
P
L
A. Bean Hopper Lid
B. 0.5lb Bean Hopper
C. Bean Hopper Locking System seals the
base of the bean hopper for easy removal
and transfer of coffee beans for storage.
D. Grind Adjustment Knob, adjusts
coarseness and/or fineness from one
of the 6 settings.
E. Cleaning Brush for cleaning of the
grinding burrs and coffee grinds chute.
F. Integrated Adjustable Burr Grinder
grinds whole beans just prior to brewing
for maximum flavor and aroma. Grinder
can be turned off when using pre-ground
coffee.
G. 12-Cup (60oz) Water Tank with
flip-top lid for convenient, front-access
filling. Grille prevents large debris from
entering the tank while the ‘MAX’ level
float rises when the tank is full.
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Q
R
H.Intuitive simple to operate Control Panel
with backlit LCD screen.
I. Coffee Grinds Chute delivers ground
coffee from the grinder to the coffee basket.
J. Removable Grinds Catcher catches loose
grinds.
K. Carafe Lid.
L. 12-Cup Double-Wall, Stainless Steel
Thermal Carafe
M.Removable Gold Tone Filter
N.Soft Opening, Swing-Out Door with safety
interlock system prevents operation if the
coffee basket is not correctly assembled or
the door is not properly closed.
O.Removable Coffee Basket lifts out for easy
filling and cleaning. Holds the included
gold tone filter or paper filters.
S
X
OPEN
START CANCEL
MENU
EXIT
AUTO
START
CUP CARAFE
T
U
P. Steam Baffle diverts water overflow if the
coffee basket becomes blocked.
Q.Brew Pause Drip Stop temporarily ceases
the flow of coffee when the
carafe is removed so a cup can be poured
mid-brew.
R. Drip Tray can be removed for direct
brewing into tall cups & travel mugs.
S. OPEN button. Press to open the
swing-out door.
T. MENU | EXIT button
Access the Menu to allow you:
- Set the clock
- Adjust the Alert volumes
- Reset the machine
- Enter the Calibration Mode
STRENGTH
V
W
U. CUP | CARAFE button. Press to brew
a single cup of coffee or a carafe.
V. STRENGTH button. Rotate to select from
one of the 8 strength settings, or Preground.
W.Auto Start button
Allows you turn the Auto Start feature On
& Off & adjust Auto Start time.
X. START | CANCEL button
Press to start or cancel the brew cycle.
NOTE
Your Certified Remanufactured Product may
not include all accessories shown.
To purchase accessories, call Breville
Consumer Support.
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INITIAL SET UP
Functions
FRESH IS BEST
To get the most out of your Grind Control™
coffee brewer we recommend using quality
freshly roasted whole bean coffee & grind right
before you brew. Coffee is at its peak flavor
potential 5-20 days after roasting. Always buy
coffee with a “Roasted On” date printed on
the bag and avoid buying coffee with a “Best
Before” or “Use By” date, as you never know
when it was roasted. Coffee loses flavor and its
aromatics once it’s ground, so grinding right
before you brew is the key to great tasting
coffee with superior flavor and aroma.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Your Grind Control™ coffee brewer is the first
drip coffee maker with an adjustable built-in
grinder and calibration mode.
The adjustable grinder features machined
stainless steel burrs that allow you to adjust
the coarseness or fineness to optimize flavor
balance.
The calibration mode allows you adjust the
amount of coffee delivered on any strength/
cup size setting to suit coffee of varying grind
size, origins, age and degree of roast, so you
can achieve the maximum flavor potential from
any coffee you choose.
The Grind Control™ also allows you to brew a
single cup or travel mug in “cup” mode or from
2 to 12 cups in “carafe” mode.
BEFORE FIRST USE
Unpack all parts and accessories before
removing and safely discarding all packaging
material and promotional labels. Ensure the
power cord is unplugged from the power outlet.
Wipe the exterior stainless steel housing with
a soft, damp cloth. Wash the bean hopper and
lid, coffee basket, gold tone filter and carafe in
warm, soapy water and a soft cloth. Do not use
abrasive cleansers, pads or cloths which can
scratch the surface. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
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1. Install the Bean Hopper
Position the hopper onto the machine. Turn the
locking knob clockwise in the direction of the
LOCK arrow until it clicks. Fill the hopper with
fresh beans.
We recommend always keeping the hopper full
(0.5lb maximum) to ensure there are sufficient
beans. However, never over-pack the hopper
as this may result in the grinder jamming.
Replace the hopper lid.y
NOTE
For easy removal, transfer and storage of
beans, the hopper can be removed by turning
the locking knob counter-clockwise in the
direction of the UNLOCK arrow. If you have
removed the hopper, ensure it is securely
reassembled back onto the machine. The safety
interlock system will prevent operation if the
hopper is incorrectly assembled. The LCD
screen will flash ‘LOCK BEAN HOPPER’ until
the issue is resolved.
2. Plugging in the Power Cord
Unwind the power cord completely and insert
the power plug into a grounded 110-120V
power outlet. The LCD screen will illuminate.
NOTE
The coffee machine will enter POWER SAVE
mode after remaining idle for 10 minutes.
Press any button to exit POWER SAVE mode
and re-start the machine.
3. Install the Coffee Basket
For best results, we recommend pre-heating
the coffee basket by running it under hot tap
water. Dry the coffee basket thoroughly, taking
particular care to completely dry the chute
area. Line the coffee basket with either the
provided gold tone filter or a paper filter.
Never use both at the same time.
a Provided gold tone filter. When using
the gold tone filter, be sure that the
handle is positioned towards the hinge
area of the coffee basket. Otherwise the
handle may interfere with the flow of
ground coffee into the gold tone filter.
HANDLE TOWARDS
COFFEE BASKET HINGE
ENSURE CHUTE
AREA IS
COMPLETELY DRY
NOTE
The gold tone filter will allow some fine coffee
grounds to fall into the coffee. This will appear
as sediment in the cup or carafe. This is normal.
Only use the gold tone filter provided as others
may cause the machine to overflow.
b) Paper filter Use an 8-12 cup, flat base
basket style paper filter with ~ 3¼"/8.25cm
base. Ensure that the paper filter is
completely open and touching the side
walls and bottom of the coffee basket.
Close the coffee basket lid. Press the OPEN
button to open the swing-out door. Attach
the coffee basket to the swing-out door by
ensuring the hinge area of the coffee basket is
firmly seated in its most downward position
on the two door hooks. Close the door until it
clicks shut.
CLICK
NOTE
The safety interlock system will prevent
operation if the coffee basket is not in place, if
it is not firmly seated on the two door hooks,
or if the swing-out door is not closed. The LCD
screen will flash ‘EMPTY COFFEE FILTER’
until the issues are resolved.
USING THE GRIND CONTROL™
- CARAFE MODE
First Time Use Only
We recommend flushing the machine to
remove any dust particles or residue from the
manufacturing process. Follow the proceeding
instructions, ensuring to completely fill the
water tank. Step 1 (below) , select ‘12 CUPS’.
(Step 2, below) and the ‘PRE-GROUND’ coffee
setting. (Step 4, page 4). However do not
add any coffee to the coffee basket. Once
the cycle is complete, discard the water from
the carafe and repeat the cycle again for best
results. The machine is now ready to use.
1. Fill the Water Tank
Press the flip-top lid to open. Pour the desired
amount of cold, preferably filtered water into
the tank using a jug or the provided carafe.
Never use Distilled, De-mineralized or
highly filtered water as this will affect the
electronics and the taste of your coffee.
If using the carafe, ensure the carafe is clean
and the carafe lid is securely locked in place.
The LCD screen will indicate the amount of
water in the tank as it is filled. The machine will
beep when full and the water level float will rise
to indicate the maximum level. Do not exceed
the 12 cup maximum. Doing so may cause the
carafe to overflow or water spillage at the back
of the machine. Close the flip-top lid.
NOTE
Always ensure your carafe is clean before
brewing. Residual coffee will affect the taste of
your next cup.
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NOTE
Check the water level on the LCD screen
before use. We recommend always keeping
the water tank full. The water tank should be
refilled with cold, preferably filtered water.
Never fill with de-mineralized water or any
other liquid.
NOTE
Never pour water into the bean hopper or
grinding chamber area. Doing so can cause
the grinder to clog. Only re-commence use
when the grinding chamber and grinding burrs
are completely dry. Refer to Troubleshooting,
‘Moisture clogging grinder’, page 22.
NOTE
Never fill the water tank once the coffee
machine has started a brewing cycle. This will
affect the volume dispensed into the carafe.
2. Pre-Warm the Carafe
A warm carafe will help maintain the coffee’s
optimal temperature and keep coffee hotter
for longer. Remove the carafe lid by turning
counter-clockwise then lifting upwards.
Fill the carafe with hot water and leave to stand
for about 30 seconds then discard the water.
To lock the carafe lid back into position, align
the arrow on the carafe lid with the ALIGN
arrow on the carafe. Turn clockwise until the
arrow on the carafe lid aligns with the LOCK
arrow on the carafe. This ensures that the lid is
closed and in the proper position for brewing
and pouring. Place the carafe into position
under the drip stop outlet.
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ALIGN
ARROWS
THEN TURN TO LOCK
NOTE
Ensure the carafe is clean and completely
empty and the lid is securely locked in place
before placing under the drip stop outlet.
Starting a brew cycle with water or coffee in the
carafe will cause the carafe to over flow.
3. Select ‘Carafe’ Mode
Press the CUP|CARAFE button. The LCD
screen will display a Carafe symbol and the
current number of cups selected. Rotate the
CUP | CARAFE dial to select the required
number of cups to brew. You can choose less
than the current tank level (2 cup minimum),
while the maximum is the amount of water
in the tank, up to 12 cups. If you select cups
greater than the level in the water tank, the
LCD will display FILL TANK and the water
tank symbol will flash.
4. Select the Brew Strength or
‘PRE-GROUND’ Coffee Setting
There are 8 Strength settings. The LCD screen
will display the current strength setting.
Rotate the STRENGTH dial to select your
required Strength. 1 is the weakest and 8 is the
strongest. We recommend starting on setting 4
for a medium strength coffee. Adjust strength
higher or lower to suit your taste.
NOTE
If using pre-ground coffee, rotate the
STRENGTH dial to select the ‘PRE-GROUND’
coffee setting. This will disable the burr grinder.
Add pre- ground coffee to the gold tone filter or
a paper filter.
We recommend 1 level tablespoon of preground coffee per 5oz/150ml cup of water.
Adjust the amount according to your individual
taste. The maximum capacity for pre-ground
coffee is 12 level tablespoons. Exceeding this
amount may cause overflow.
5. Start the Brew Cycle
Press the START | CANCEL button.
The grinder will commence grinding the
correct amount of coffee for the selected brew
size and strength. If the ‘PRE-GROUND’ coffee
setting has been selected, the grinder will be
disabled.
NOTE
Steam may emit from the rear steam vent
during grinding and brewing.
This is normal.
The count-down timer will then begin. The
time displayed is an estimate only and will
depend on the brew size and strength settings
you have selected.
The LCD screen will display:
a) ‘PRE-HEATING’ as the water is heated
to the optimal temperature. The preheating time will depend on the starting
temperature of the water in the water tank.
b) ‘INFUSING’ as the water is delivered to
the ground coffee.
c) ‘BREWING’ as the coffee is
dispensed into the carafe.
To stop the cycle at any time, press the
START | CANCEL button. You will hear a
winding noise. This is normal.
CAUTION
Never open the swing-out door and remove
the coffee basket while brewing. Hot water and
coffee can cause injury.
The coffee basket and gold tone or paper filter
may still be very hot after brewing. Use caution
and allow to cool before removing.
Hot steam may rise when pouring.
The bottom of the carafe is hot to touch for
several minutes after brewing.
Use caution and ensure not to set the carafe on
a heat sensitive surface.
6. Using the Brew Pause Feature
Press the START | CANCEL button.
The grinder will commence grinding the
correct amount of coffee for the selected brew
size and strength. If the ‘PRE-GROUND’ coffee
setting has been selected, the grinder will be
disabled.
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7. Empty the Coffee Basket
Once the brewing cycle is complete, the ready
signal will sound and a winding noise will be
heard. This is normal. The coffee machine will
automatically shut-off and the LCD screen will
flash ‘EMPTY COFFEE FILTER’ as a reminder
to remove the coffee basket and discard the
used grinds. Wash the coffee basket, taking
particular care to rinse the chute area. Then dry
the coffee basket and chute area thoroughly.
We also recommend checking the coffee
grinds chute disc for any build-up of coffee
grinds. This is the stainless steel disc that is
visible when the swing-out door is opened.
A build-up of grinds on this disc can affect the
performance of the machine. Wipe the disc
clean then dry thoroughly.
8. Pour and Enjoy
Ensure the carafe lid is securely locked in
position. There is no need to turn or adjust the
lid before pouring. The lid automatically opens
when pouring so as to keep coffee hot.
USING THE GRIND CONTROL™
- SINGLE CUP MODE
1. Fill the Water Tank
Press to open the flip-top lid. Pour the desired
amount of cold, preferably filtered water into
the tank using a jug or the carafe. Never use
Distilled, De-mineralized or highly filtered
water as this will affect the electronics and
the taste of your coffee.
The LCD screen will indicate the amount of
water in the tank as it is filled. The machine will
beep when full and the water level float will rise
to indicate the maximum level. Do not exceed
the 12 cup maximum. Doing so may cause
water spillage at the back of the machine. Close
the flip-top lid.
NOTE
Check the water level on the LCD screen
before use. We recommend always keeping
the water tank full. The water tank should be
refilled with cold, preferably filtered water. Do
not fill with any other liquid.
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NOTE
Never pour water into the bean hopper or
grinding chamber area. Doing so can cause
the grinder to clog. Only re-commence use
when the grinding chamber and grinding burrs
are completely dry. Refer to Troubleshooting,
‘Moisture clogging grinder’, page 22.
Never fill the water tank once the coffee
machine has started a brewing cycle. This will
affect the volume dispensed into the cup.
2. Pre-Warm the Cup or Travel Mug
A warm cup will help maintain the coffee’s
optimal temperature and keep coffee hotter for
longer. Fill the cup with hot water for about 30
seconds then discard the water. Place the cup
into position under the drip stop outlet.
TIP
For taller cups and travel mugs, remove the
drip tray at the base of the machine. Press
the OPEN button to open the swing-out
door. Insert the cup/mug into the drip tray
cavity before closing the swing-out door. The
maximum cup/mug dimensions are 7.5" height,
2¾" diameter.
REMOVE DRIP TRAY, OPEN DOOR,
INSERT CUP, CLOSE DOOR.
3. Select ‘Single Cup’ Mode
Press the CUP|CARAFE dial until the LCD
screen displays the CUP symbol and the
current cup size selected in ounces. Rotate the
CUP|CARAFE dial to select the required size.
There are 7 size options to accommodate
for different amounts or milk, half-and- half
and creamer. Always ensure your cup is an
adequate size for the setting selected.
The amounts displayed on the LCD screen
are approximate only. Actual amounts may
vary depending on the type of filter used, the
coffee grind size, roast, blend and freshness, or
amount and type of pre-ground coffee used.
4. Select the Brew Strength or
‘PRE-GROUND’ Coffee Setting
There are 8 strength settings. The LCD screen
will display the current strength setting. Rotate
the STRENGTH dial to select your required
strength. 1 is the weakest and 8 is the strongest.
We recommend starting on setting 4 for a
medium strength coffee. Adjust strength
higher or lower to suit your taste.
NOTE
Steam may emit from the rear steam vent
during grinding and brewing. This is normal.
The count-down timer will then begin. The
time displayed is an estimate only and will
depend on the amount and strength settings
you have selected. The LCD screen will display:
a) ‘PRE-HEATING’ as the water is heated
to the optimal temperature. The preheating time will depend on the starting
temperature of the water in the water tank.
b) ‘INFUSING’ as coffee and water
are steeped together.
NOTE
If using pre-ground coffee, select the
‘PRE-GROUND’ coffee setting. This will
disable the grinder. Add pre-ground coffee
to the gold tone filter or a paper filter. We
recommend 1 level tablespoon of pre-ground
coffee per 5oz/150ml cup of water. Adjust the
amount according to your individual taste. The
maximum capacity for pre-ground coffee is 12
level tablespoons. Exceeding this amount may
cause overflow.
5. Start the Brew Cycle
Press the START | CANCEL button.
The grinder will commence grinding the
correct amount of coffee for the selected brew
size and strength. If the ‘PRE-GROUND’ coffee
setting has been selected, the grinder will be
disabled.
c) ‘BREWING’ as the coffee is dispensed
into the cup.
To stop the cycle at any time, press the START
| CANCEL button. You will hear a winding
noise. This is normal.
CAUTION
Never open the swing-out door and remove
the coffee basket while brewing. Hot water and
coffee can cause injury.
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6. Empty the Coffee Basket
Once the brewing cycle is complete, the ready
signal will sound and a winding noise will be
heard. This is normal.
The coffee machine will automatically shut-off,
however the LCD screen will flash ‘EMPTY
COFFEE FILTER’ as a reminder to remove
the coffee basket and discard the used grinds.
Wash the coffee basket, taking particular care
to rinse the chute area. Then dry the coffee
basket and chute area thoroughly.
We also recommend checking the coffee
grinds chute disc for any build-up of coffee
grinds. This is the stainless steel disc that is
visible when the swing-out door is opened.
A build-up of grinds on this disc can affect the
performance of the machine. Wipe the disc
clean then dry thoroughly.
CAUTION
The coffee basket, gold tone or paper filter may
still be very hot after brewing. Use caution and
allow to cool before removing.
3. Rotate the STRENGTH dial
to adjust the time.
4. Press the STRENGTH button to set.
The machine will beep to confirm.
5. The LCD will return to the main
screen when the clock is set.
PROGRAMMING AUTO START
(OPTIONAL)
The Auto Start feature allows you to program
the specific time when the coffee machine will
automatically turn on and start the grinding
and brewing cycle.
You must set the clock to use the Auto Start
feature. Always remember to reset the clock for
time changes, power outages and when you
unplug the machine.
1. Press the AUTO START button.
The current Auto Start time will
be displayed and flashing.
2. Rotate the STRENGTH dial to adjust
the time you want the brewer to start.
3. Press the STRENGTH button to set the
Auto Start time. The machine will beep to
confirm.
NOTE
If using the gold tone filter, you may notice the
brewing cycle finish before the ready signal
sounds. This is normal. The total brewing time
displayed on the LCD screen is calculated
using paper filters as coffee passes through
paper filters slower.
PROGRAMMING THE CLOCK
(OPTIONAL)
1. Press the MENU|EXIT button.
2. Press the STRENGTH dial. The LCD
screen displays the current time, flashing.
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NOTE
If you have not set the clock time, please follow
the instructions below.
4. The current clock time will flash on the
LCD. Rotate the STRENGTH button
to set the current clock time. Press the
STRENGTH button to confirm.
5. The machine will now automatically start
the brew cycle at the time you’ve set.
6. Make sure you have:
• Enough water in the tank.
• Selected the number of cups you wish
to brew.
• Set the strength.
CHANGING THE ‘READY’
SIGNAL VOLUME
The volume of the ‘Ready’ signal can
be changed to suit your preference.
There are 3 options:
• Fill hopper with fresh beans.
• A fresh filter paper in the brew basket &
the drawer is closed.
• A clean, empty carafe under the brew
basket.
7. If ‘AUTO START ON’ does not appear, then
the Auto Start feature has not be activated.
8. To cancel the Auto On after it’s been
set, press the AUTO START button once.
1. Press the MENU|EXIT button.
2. Rotate the STRENGTH dial to SOUND.
3. Press the STRENGTH dial to select
SOUND.
4. SOUND and the current setting will be
displayed, flashing.
5. Rotate the STRENGTH to select your
setting.
6. Press the STRENGTH dial to confirm.
The machine will beep to confirm.
7. LCD will return to the main screen.
NOTE
The Auto Start feature must be selected each
time you want to pre-schedule a brew. Press the
AUTO START button and the programmed
Auto Start time will display on the LCD screen.
NOTE
Always remember to reset the clock and Auto
Start time when there is a time change, power
outage or after you unplug the machine.
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CALIBRATE FUNCTION
Advance Features
Your Grind Control™ coffee brewer is equipped
with some advanced features that usually
only need to be used occasionally. These are
outlined below:
ADJUSTING THE GRINDER
Your Grind Control™ coffee brewer is fitted
with Adjustable Stainless Steel burrs. These
flat burrs deliver a coffee particle of optimum
size for Drip Filter brewing. You may need to
adjust the grind size to compensate for coffee
of different origins, quality, age and degree of
roast. Grind setting 3 should cover most coffees
you purchase but there are circumstances that
require the grind size to be adjusted.
We recommend you visually assess the grind
size first. This can only be done by grinding
some coffee and assessing the size. For smaller
cup volumes (10oz) a finer grind will work best
(setting 2-3) for larger cup volumes (12 cup
carafe) a medium-coarse grind will work best
(setting 3-5), but these are heavily dependent
on many factors.
We suggest only making one adjustment at a
time & determine its affects by brewing and
tasting.
To adjust, turn the Grind Adjustment dial
located through the bean hopper lid, in the
direction of the arrow to effect a coarser or
finer grind. The LCD will display your grind
setting when you turn the dial. Turn the
dial slowly until the Grind Size number is
displayed.
NOTE
A grind size of between 2 and 4 should be
suitable for most coffee origins & brew sizes. If
using this range and your coffee is not tasting
as expected, check the freshness of your beans.
Also ensure the coffee basket and carafe are
clean.
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This function is used to adjust the grinder
output times to compensate for coffee beans of
different origins, age and degree of roast and
grind size. To use this function you will require
a set of precision scales with a resolution of
1 gram. When using this function the machine
will require you to weigh the amount of output
from the grinder after it runs for 10 secs.
We recommend you set the grind size you
require first. This can only be done by grinding
some coffee and visually assessing to the size.
For smaller cup volumes (10 oz), a finer grind
(2-3) works best; for larger cup volumes (12 cup
carafe), a medium coarse grind (3-5) works best.
1. Set the Grind Size.
2. Ensure there is enough beans in the hopper.
3. Ensure you have the Gold Tone filter
or paper filter in the coffee basket.
4. Ensure the coffee basket is fitted to the
Swing Out door & the door is closed.
5. Press the MENU|EXIT button.
6. Rotate the STRENGTH Dial to Calibrate.
7. Press the STRENGTH Dial to start
the grinder.
8. When the grinder has stopped,
open the Swing Out door.
9. Weigh the ground coffee.
10.Rotate the STRENGTH Dial to match
the weighed coffee amount.
11.Press the STRENGTH Dial to accept.
The grinder output is now re-calibrated to
match your coffee beans origin, age and degree
of roast. You can now experiment with different
strength settings & grind size adjustments until
you achieve the taste you require.
Tips
RESET FUNCTION
This is used to RESET the machine to the
factory settings. These include the CLOCK,
AUTO START ON time and the Grinder
output times. If you have used the CALIBRATE
function and the grinder output is unsuitable,
use the RESET to restore the grinder output
time to the factory settings.
1. Press the MENU|EXIT button.
2. Rotate the STRENGTH dial to RESET.
3. Press the STRENGTH dial to select.
4. YES will be displayed, flashing.
5. Press the STRENGTH button to confirm
6. The machine will beep to
confirm the RESET.
WHOLE BEANS
• FRESH IS BEST! Freshly roasted, quality
coffee is key to making great tasting coffee.
Peak flavor potential is 5-20 days after roast.
Always look for a “Roasted On” date on the
bag. Avoid coffee with a “Best Before” or
“Use By” date as you never know when it was
roasted.
• Coffee flavor and strength is a personal
preference. Vary the type of coffee beans and
the strength setting to achieve the taste of
your preference.
• Freshly ground beans are key to making
coffee with more flavor and body.
Pre-ground coffee will have lost most of its
flavor and aromatics, so always grind right
before you brew for superior taste.
• Store coffee beans in a dark, cool and dry
place. Vacuum seal if possible.
• Buy coffee beans in small batches to reduce
the storage time and store no more than one
week’s supply at any time.
• Clean the bean hopper and grinding burrs
regularly.
PRE-GROUND COFFEE
• We recommend 1 level tablespoon of
pre-ground coffee per 5oz/150ml cup of
water. Adjust the amount according to your
individual taste. The maximum capacity for
pre-ground coffee is 12 level tablespoons.
Exceeding this amount may cause the coffee
basket to overflow.
• The grind will affect the rate at which the
water flows through the coffee in the coffee
basket and therefore the taste of the coffee.
If the grind is too fine the water will not flow
through the coffee and may clog or overflow
the coffee basket. It may pass through the
gold tone filter leaving sediment in the cup
or carafe. The resulting coffee will be over
extracted, too dark and bitter. If the grind
is too coarse the water will flow through
the coffee too quickly. This will result in an
under-extracted coffee lacking in flavor.
• Always use “drip coffee grind” suitable for
use with a drip coffee machine Never use
“Espresso grind” as the finer grind size may
cause the coffee basket to overflow.
HOTTER COFFEE
• Pre-heat the carafe or cup for best results.
A pre-heated carafe or cup will help maintain
the coffee’s optimal temperature and keep
coffee hotter for longer. Fill with hot water for
about 30 seconds then discard the water.
WATER QUALITY
• Fresh, good-tasting water is essential for a
perfect cup. If your water contains excessive
sediment, or has an ‘off’ taste or odor, we
recommend using filtered water. Never use
distilled or de-mineralized water as this will
affect the electronics and the taste of your
coffee.
• Do not store beans in the bean hopper for
a prolonged period.
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ICED COFFEE
• Iced coffee is at its best when the coffee is
brewed strong because the coffee is diluted
by the melting ice cubes. We recommend
selecting ‘9 CUPS’ and number 8 strength
setting. This makes approximately 1.5 quarts
(1.5L) of brewed coffee, enough for 4-6
servings. Once the brewing cycle is complete,
transfer the coffee to a heatproof pitcher and
let cool to room temperature. Refrigerate
until cold, at least 2 hours or overnight. Fill
glasses with ice cubes. Pour the coffee into
the glasses, filling them to within 1.5" (4cm)
of the rim. Top each glass with cream, milk,
syrups or sweeteners as desired.
• If using granulated sugar as a sweetener, add
while the coffee is hot to encourage the sugar
to completely dissolve.
• To avoid a diluted taste, you can also use
regular strength coffee and serve it over
coffee ice cubes. Prepare coffee ice cubes by
pouring cool coffee into ice-cube trays and
freezing.
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CLEANING THE CARAFE
Care & Cleaning
Always turn the coffee machine off and
remove the plug from the power outlet
before cleaning.
ICED COFFEE
After every use, press the OPEN button to
open the swing-out door. Remove the coffee
basket. Discard the ground coffee and paper
filter. The coffee basket and gold tone filter
can be rinsed under running water. Make
sure to thoroughly rinse the chute area of
the coffee basket and ensure the fine holes
of the gold tone filter are clear. For a deeper
clean, wash the coffee basket and gold
tone filter in warm, soapy water with a soft
bristled brush.
NOTE
The flap on the side of the coffee basket is the
steam baffle which assists with water overflow
if the coffee basket becomes blocked. The flap
is hinged from the bottom for easy cleaning.
Pull the flap downwards to clean, however
always click it back into the upright position
before use.
CAUTION
After each use, empty the carafe. Do not let
brewed coffee stand overnight as this can
cause the carafe to stain. Rinse the carafe
and carafe lid under running water. For
a deeper clean, we recommend regularly
washing the carafe in warm, soapy water
with a soft bristled brush (one can be
purchased from Breville if you do not have a
suitable one). Do not use abrasive cleansers,
pads or cloths which can scratch the surface.
Rinse and dry thoroughly.
NOTE
A grind size of between 2 and 4 should be
suitable for most coffee origins & brew sizes. If
using this ran
CLEANING THE GRINDING BURRS
AND COFFEE GRINDS CHUTE
The LCD screen will display ‘CLEAN
COFFEE CHUTE’ when the grinding burrs
and coffee grinds chute need to be cleaned.
We recommend doing this immediately to
avoid clogging and overflowing of the coffee
basket. Depending on frequency of use, you
may choose to do this every 2-3 weeks.
1. Unlock and remove the bean hopper.
2. Open the swing-out door. The coffee grinds
chute will rotate to the open position. You
may hear a winding noise, this is normal.
The coffee basket, gold tone or paper filter may
still be very hot after brewing. Use caution and
allow to cool before removing.
COFFEE
CHUTE
OPENS
3. Remove the plug from the power outlet.
4. Remove any beans that remain
in the grinding chamber and
around the upper burr.
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5. Remove the upper burr by turning
the handle clockwise.
11.The LCD screen will no longer
display ‘CLEAN COFFEE CHUTE’.
The machine is now ready to use.
CLEANING THE GRINDS CATCHER
AND DRIP TRAY
LE
ASE
LOCK
RE
6. Using the provided cleaning brush,
thoroughly remove any build-up of
coffee grinds that have formed around
the grinding burrs and coffee grinds
chute. Ensure the grinds catcher is
in place to catch the loose grinds.
Press the OPEN button to open the swingout door. Remove the grinds catcher located
under the coffee grinds chute and the 2-part
drip tray at the base of the machine. Wash
in warm, soapy water. Do not use abrasive
cleansers, pads or cloths which can scratch
the surface. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
CLEANING THE OUTER HOUSING
The outer housing and LCD screen can
be cleaned with a soft, damp cloth. Apply
cleanser to the cloth and not the LCD
surface.
Polish with a soft, dry cloth. Cleaning and
drying with dry paper towels or abrasive
cloths and cleaners may scratch the surface.
REMOVING CALCIUM BUILD-UP
CLEAN THE
GRINDING
BURRS
CLEAN THE
COFFEE
GRINDS CHUTE
7. Wipe the coffee grinds chute disc
(the entire stainless steel part)
to remove any build-up of coffee
grinds that have accumulated on
the surface. Dry thoroughly.
8. Replace the upper burr by aligning
the arrow on the upper burr with
the ‘ALIGN’ mark in the grinding
chamber. The upper burr should
sit flush. Turn the handle counterclockwise until it clicks into position.
9. Replace the bean hopper
and lock into position.
10.Replace the coffee basket onto the swingout door and close. The coffee grinds chute
will rotate back to the closed position. You
may hear a winding noise, this is normal.
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Your coffee machine may experience buildup from calcium and minerals contained in
your water. This ‘scale’ or mineral build-up
will affect the machine’s performance and
coffee quality. It is critical that scale buildup be removed. How often you de-scale
will depend on the hardness of your water
and the frequency of use. For best results,
Breville recommends de-scaling once per
month in soft water environments and more
frequently in hard water environments.
If there is an excessive mineral build-up, the
Descale function "dESC" will scroll across
the screen.
Follow the step-by-step instructions
below. Allow approximately 30-40
minutes to complete the entire descale
process.
• When the descaling process is finished, the
LCD screen will display READY.
1. Empty the Water Tank
• Press the CUP|CARAFE button and rotate
Dial to select water volume as indicated in
the water tank.
• Rotate the STRENGTH Dial to select
PRE-GROUND setting. However do not add
any coffee to the coffee basket.
•
Discard the water from the carafe and rinse
thoroughly.
• Ensure the carafe is empty and the lid is
securely locked. Place the carafe into the
position under the drip stop outlet.
•
Press MENU|EXIT to return to the main
screen.
• Press the START | CANCEL button.
3. Rinse the Machine
• Once the cycle is complete, discard the water
from the carafe. The water tank is now empty.
• Fill water tank with cold (preferably filtered
water) until the LCD screen displays
’12 CUPS’.
2. De-Scale the Machine
• Rotate the CUP|CARAFE Dial to select
12 Cups.
• Pour approximately 20oz of white vinegar
into the water tank until the LCD screen
displays ‘4 CUPS’. Then pour cold, preferably
filtered water into the water tank until the
LCD screen displays ‘12 CUPS’. There are
now 4 cups of white vinegar and 8 cups of
cold water in the water tank.
• Place the carafe into position under the drip
stop outlet (Ensure the carafe is empty and
the lid is securely locked).
• Press and hold the STRENGTH button for 5
seconds to begin the descaling process.
NOTE
You cannot stop the descaling process mid
cycle. Force stop by unplugging the cord from
the power outlet.
• Rotate the STRENGTH Dial to select
PRE-GROUND setting. However do not add
any coffee to the coffee basket.
• Place the carafe into position under the drip
stop outlet (Ensure the carafe is empty and
the lid is securely locked).
• Press the START | CANCEL button.
• Once the cycle is complete, discard the water
from the carafe.
4. Repeat step 3. again or until the vinegar
is gone. The machine is now ready to use.
TIP
You may choose to use a household
de-scaling agent instead of vinegar and water.
Look for one that is designed for use with drip
coffee machine and follow the manufacturer's
instructions promptly.
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Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
‘LOCK BEAN HOPPER’
on LCD screen.
Unable to lock
bean hopper.
‘FILL TANK’ on
LCD screen.
‘EMPTY COFFEE
FILTER’ on LCD screen.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
• Hopper not locked in place.
• Turn the locking knob clockwise
• Coffee beans
• Remove bean hopper. Clear coffee
obstructing bean hopper locking
device.
in the direction of the LOCK arrow
until it clicks.
beans from the grinding chamber
and around the upper burr. Try
re-locking the bean hopper.
• Water tank is empty or not enough • Press open the flip-top water tank
water to brew your selected
volume.
lid. Pour the desired amount of
cold, preferably filter water.
• Coffee basket not in place or not
• Check that the coffee basket lid
• Swing-out door not
• Close the door until it clicks shut.
correctly assembled.
closed properly.
is closed and the coffee basket
is firmly seated on the two door
hooks.
• Coffee basket not emptied of used • Remove the coffee basket and
grinds.
Grinder starts
but operates with
a loud noise. No
coffee in the coffee
basket.
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discard used grinds. Wash the
coffee basket, taking particular
care to rinse the chute area. Dry
thoroughly (especially the chute
area). Attach to the swing-out door.
Close the door until it clicks shut.
• Grinder is blocked with
• Check the bean hopper for any
• Moisture clogging grinder.
• Clean and thoroughly dry the
a foreign item.
foreign body. If there is none, refer
to ‘Cleaning the Grinding Burrs
and Coffee Grinds Chute’, page 19.
grinding burrs and coffee grinds
chute. Refer to Cleaning the
Grinding Burrs and Coffee Grinds
Chute’, page 19. It is possible to
use a hair dryer to blow air into the
grinding chamber and dry the
lower burr. Only re-commence use
when the grinding chamber and
grinding burrs are completely dry.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
Coffee grinds in coffee.
• Using the gold tone filter.
• The gold tone filter will allow
Carafe overflows.
• Carafe was not completely empty • Always ensure the carafe is
before brewing.
Machine takes a
long time to brew.
Machine uses a
lot of coffee.
My cup does not
fit under the drip
stop outlet.
some fine coffee grinds to fall
into the coffee. This is normal.
Switch to using a paper filter (8-12
cup, flat base basket style with ~
3¼”/8.25cm base) if you wish to
eliminate all grinds.
completely empty before brewing.
• The Grind Control™ System will
intelligently pre-heat and dose
grinds for optimum temperature
and taste. This may result in longer
grinding, pre-heating and brewing
times than what you are normally
used to.
• The Grind Control™ System
has been calibrated to dose the
optimum water to coffee grinds
ratio to achieve the best flavor
profile. Depending on the strength
setting selected, this may result
in more coffee being ground than
what you are normally used to.
However the result will be a bolder,
more full-flavored coffee.
• If you would like to use less coffee
beans, select a lower strength
setting.
• The maximum cup or travel mug • Remove the drip tray at the base
dimensions are 7.5” height, 2¾"
diameter.
of the machine. Press the OPEN
button to open the swing-out door.
Insert the cup/mug into the drip
tray cavity before closing the
swing-out door.
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PROBLEM
Amount brewed is
too little / too much.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
• There is excessive mineral build-
• De-scale the machine. Refer to
• The volume calibrations need to
• Recalibrate the machine by
up affecting the performance of
the machine.
be reset.
‘Removing Calcium Build-Up’,
page 20.
flushing it twice. Refer to ‘Using
the Grind Control™ - Carafe Mode.
First Time Use Only’, page 9.
• The water tank was filled once the • Always fill the water tank before
coffee machine had already started
a brewing cycle.
starting a brewing cycle.
• The programmed brew size are
approximate only. Actual amounts
may vary due to the type of filter
used, the coffee bean size, roast,
blend and freshness, or amount
and type of pre-ground coffee
used. These factors affect the
amount of water retained by the
coffee grounds.
‘DE-SCALE’ on
LCD screen.
• There is excessive mineral build-
• Remove the ‘DE-SCALE’ icon
• Water tank is overfilled.
• Select water amount indicated on
the LCD
• Select Pre-ground setting
• Ensure the Carafe is in place
• Press Start/Cancel
• Discard the water when finished
• Do not exceed the 12 cup
up affecting the performance of
the machine.
I want to empty
the water tank.
Water is leaking from
the back of the machine.
Brewing cycle finishes
before the ready signal.
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• If using the gold tone filter, this is
normal. The total brewing time
displayed on the LCD screen is
calculated using paper filters as
coffee passes through paper filters
slower.
by press and hold the Strength
button for 5 seconds, then de-scale
the machine. Refer to ‘Removing
Calcium Build-Up’, page 20.
maximum. The machine will beep
when full and the water level float
will rise to indicate the maximum
level.
PROBLEM
Steam when grinding
and brewing.
Total brewing
time on LCD screen
changes mid-cycle or
is different each time.
‘CLEAN COFFEE
CHUTE’ on LCD screen.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
• This is normal. It is the rear steam
vent releasing steam.
• The total brewing time displayed • Do not exceed the 12 cup
at the start of the cycle is an
estimate only and may change
mid-cycle or vary each time
depending on the starting
temperature
of the water in the
water tank.
• Grinding burrs and coffee
grinds chute need to be cleaned.
We recommend doing this
immediately to avoid clogging and
overflowing of the coffee basket.
maximum. The machine will beep
when full and the water level float
will rise to indicate the maximum
level.
• Thoroughly clean the coffee basket
and gold tone filter to ensure they
are clear and unclogged of any
coffee grinds.
• Check the bean hopper for any
foreign body.
• Refer to ‘Cleaning the Grinding
Burrs and Coffee Grinds Chute’,
page 19.
Machine beeps
and displays ‘1’ on
the LCD screen.
Machine beeps 20
times in fast succession
and ‘2’ is displayed
on the LCD screen.
• There is an issue with the coffee
grinds chute disc.
• Check the coffee grinds chute disc
for any build-up of coffee grinds.
This is the stainless steel disc
that is visible when the swing-out
door is opened. A build-up of
grinds on this disc can affect the
performance of the machine. Wipe
the disc clean then dry thoroughly.
If the problem persists, call Breville
Consumer Service.
• Call Breville Consumer Support.
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