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Schaerer Coffee Joy
Operating instructions
V01 / 02.2011
Schaerer Ltd. P.O. Box Original operating instructions
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Inlet for ground coffee
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Bean hopper
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Hot water dispensing
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Grounds container
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Drip tray with drip grid
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Brewing unit shaft cover
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On/off
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User panel
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Beverage outlet
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10 Drinking water reservoir
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Display
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Hot water
Beverage buttons for:
a) Espresso
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b) Café crème
c) Latte macchiato
d) Cappuccino
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e) Hot milk/milk foam
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e
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Cancel
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Cleaning menu
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Programming menu
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Change adjustable values/
Navigate through menus
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Schaerer Ltd.
P.O. Box
Allmendweg 8
CH-4528 Zuchwil
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Original operating instructions
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Schaerer Coffee Joy
Operating instructions
V01 / 02.2011
Published by
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Software
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the time of printing. Schaerer Ldt. reserves the right to make changes at any time without further notice. All pictures, illustrations
and display messages in this manual serve only as examples. Due to the wide variety of possible options, a particular machine
may differ from the devices depicted here. Schaerer AG is only liable for the contents of the original German document.
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Table of contents
Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Welcome. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
End of operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Lengthy downtimes (more than 1 week) . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Signs and symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Product description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Cleaning intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Mandatory cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Beverage types and output. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Daily cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coffee system rinse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Milk system rinse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Grounds container . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Drip tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Internal drinking water tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Milk container. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Weekly cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Weekly Cleaning Reference Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bean hopper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Outer surfaces of the coffee machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Scope of delivery and accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Options and optional accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Serial plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Declaration of conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Manufacturer's address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Applied standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Installation and commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Setting up the coffee machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Ambient conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Power requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Unpacking the machine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Connecting the milk supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Commissioning program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Deinstallation and disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Optional accessories (Option) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Warm-up rinse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
HACCP Cleaning Concept . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Cleaning regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Cleaning schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Cleaning products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning tablet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Milkpure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Descaler. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Service and maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Decalcification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Adjusting the grinding fineness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Check before switching on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Water filter (Option) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Installing the water filter for the internal drinking water tank
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Changing the water filter for the internal drinking water tank
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Filling and connecting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Coffee beans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Water. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Milk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Switching on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Dispensing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Preheating cups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Adjusting outlets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Beverages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Beverages with ground coffee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Hot water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Hot milk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Milk foam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Dispensing options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Stopping continuous dispensing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Selecting the coffee strength. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Double beverage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Emptying. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Grounds container. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Drip tray. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Transport conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
cup size (beverage volume) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
beverage settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
basic settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
counters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
system information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Faults with display message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Faults without display message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Water quality. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Display messages/instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Water values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Switching off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Determining the water hardness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Filter technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
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Safety notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
User at risk! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Risk from cleaning products. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Emergency information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Risk of damage to the machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Hygiene guidelines (HACCP). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Coffee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Milk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Liability. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Operator responsibilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Warranty and liability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
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Welcome
Welcome
This coffee machine is part of the next generation of fully automatic coffee machines. Our company's core competence as well as decades of experience flowed into designing this equipment.
These operating instructions provide information about the product, its operation and how to
clean the coffee machine. If the coffee machine is not used according to the instructions, we
shall not be held liable for any damages. However, these operating instructions cannot take
every conceivable application into account. For further information, please contact our customer service.
The performance of the coffee machine depends on its correct operation and the maintenance. Carefully read the operating instructions before using the machine for the first time, and
keep the instructions in an easily accessible place.
We hope you enjoy using your new coffee machine!
Signs and symbols
See also "Safety notes".
The following signs and symbols are used in these operating instructions to point out sources
of danger and special features:
DANGER!
Risk of electrocution!
CAUTION!
User at risk!
CAUTION!
Risk of machine
damage!
CAUTION!
Hot fluid!
CAUTION!
Hot steam!
CAUTION!
Hot surface!
CAUTION!
Risk of trapping
fingers!
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An imminently dangerous situation that may result in death or serious injury from electric shock.
The measures described to prevent this danger must be adhered to.
A generally dangerous situation that may result in injury.
The measures described to prevent this danger must be adhered to.
A situation that may result in damage to the machine.
The measures described to prevent this danger must be adhered to.
A dangerous situation that may result in scalding injuries. The danger arises at the dispensing locations. In the following description, this danger is only indicated by the
symbol.
The measures described to prevent this danger must be adhered to.
A dangerous situation that may result in scalding injuries. The danger arises at the dispensing locations. In the following description, this danger is only indicated by the
symbol.
The measures described to prevent this danger must be adhered to.
A dangerous situation that may result in burn injuries. The danger arises at the dispensing locations and cup warmer locations (option). In the following description, this danger is only indicated by the symbol.
The measures described to prevent this danger must be adhered to.
A dangerous situation that may result in crushing injuries. In the following description,
this danger is only indicated by the symbol.
The measures described to prevent this danger must be adhered to.
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Product description
Product description
Intended use
Schaerer Coffee Joy has been designed to dispense coffee or milk beverages in different versions – in cups or coffee pots. The device can also dispense hot water. The unit is designed
for private and commercial use. The unit may be placed in self-service areas if attended to by
trained personnel.
Use of this equipment is subject to the "General Terms and Conditions" of Schaerer AG and
these operating instructions. In legal terms, any other use is not an intended use. The manufacturer accepts no liability for damage resulting from unintended use.
CAUTION!
Risk of machine
damage!
Improper handling of the coffee machine can result in damage.
Schaerer Coffee Joy may not under any circumstances be used to heat up or dispense
any liquids other than coffee, hot water (for beverages or cleaning) or milk (cooled, pasteurised, homogenised, UHT).
Beverage types and output
Depending on the machine model and options, the following beverages can be prepared (beverage output is specified in cups per hour/day):
Espresso (50 – 60 ml)
±50 cups
Café creme (120 ml)
±40 cups
Milk beverages
±30 cups
Hot water
±7.5 l
Scope of delivery and accessories
Quantity
Designation
1
Schaerer Coffee Joy coffee machine
Article number
Documentation
1
Operating instructions (EN)
022440
1
Weekly Cleaning Reference Card (EN)
022480
1
Delivery Quality Form
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General accessories
1
Milk nozzle, black (diameter: 1.3)
33.2415.1000
1
Milk nozzle, brown (diameter: 1.5)
33.2415.2000
1
Grease for sealing rings (tube)
33.2179.9000
1
Milk hose with milk nozzle, brown, for cooled milk
33.2427.7000
1
Steam nozzle
33.2397.7000
1
Multitool
33.2415.1000
Cleaning/cleaning accessories
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"Milkpure" cleaner
071531
1
Cleaning tablets (blister with 10 tablets)
062867
1
Cleaning brushes (set of 5)
33.2393.1000
1
Carbonate hardness tester (pouch with 2 test strips)
067720
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Options and optional accessories
Example
Option
Description
Additional cooling unit
External cooling unit for machines with Milk
Smart.
Capacity: 2 l
Add-on bean hopper
Additional mountable bean hopper for greater bean capacity.
Capacity: 400 g
Water filter for internal drinking water tank
The water filter can be installed in the internal
drinking water tank.
Capacity: 200 l
For detailed information, please contact your sales partner.
Technical data
Nominal power *
1700 – 2300 W
Operating temperature
Steam boiler
Hot water boiler
Minimum operating temperature (T min.):
130°C
86°C
Maximum operating temperature (T max.)
130°C
102°C
Overpressure
Steam boiler
Hot water boiler
Working overpressure
2.5 bar
16 bar
Permissible working overpressure (p max):
16 bar
16 bar
Test overpressure
24 bar
24 bar
Water tank capacity
2.2 l
Bean hopper capacity
250 g
Grounds container capacity
15 – 20 coffee ground cakes
External dimensions
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Width
305 mm
Height
400 mm
Depth
443 mm
Empty weight
15 kg
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Product description
Permanent noise level**
<70 dB (A)
We reserve the right to make technical changes.
*
For special equipment, see serial plate. The values specified here apply to the basic equipment.
** The A-weighted noise level (slow) and Lpa (impulse) at the workplace of the operating personnel is below 70 dB (A) for every operating mode.
Serial plate
The serial plate is located behind the drip tray on the left side
In the event of a fault or warranty claim, specify the information on the serial plate.
Declaration of conformity
Manufacturer's address
Manufacturer
Responsible for documentation
Schaerer AG
P.O.Box
Allmendweg 8
CH-4528 Zuchwil, Switzerland
Tel. +41 (0) 32 681 62 00
F +41 (0)32 681 64 04
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Schaerer AG
Hans-Ulrich Hostettler
P.O.Box
Allmendweg 8
CH-4528 Zuchwil, Switzerland
Applied standards
The following harmonised standards have been applied:
EN 60335-1
EN 60335-2-15
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60335-1: 2002
60335-1 /A1:2004
60335-1 /A2:2006
60335-2-15:2002
60335-2-15 /A1:2005
Specifically applied Standars
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55014-1:2006
55014-1 /A1:2009
55014-2:1997
55014-2 /A1:2001
55014-2 /A2:2008
62233:2008
61000-3-2:2006
61000-6-3:2008
The stated manufacturer declares herewith that this machine complies with all relevant stipulations of the specified EU directives. In case of any modifications of the units that have not
been approved by Schaerer, this declaration is rendered invalid.
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Installation and commissioning
Setting up the coffee machine
Location
CAUTION!
Risk of machine
damage!
The location where the coffee machine is set up must meet the conditions specified below. If these conditions are not ensured, the coffee machine may become damaged.
The following conditions absolutely must be met:
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The installation surface must be stable and level so that is does not become deformed under the weight of the coffee machine.
Do not set up the coffee machine on hot surfaces or close to ovens.
Set up the coffee machine in such a way that it can be monitored by trained personnel at
any time.
Route the necessary supply connections to within 1 m of the machine location according
to the on-site installation plans.
Maintain the following clearances for maintenance work and operation:
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Allow enough space above the machine to refill beans.
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Leave a clearance of ±35 cm on the left side.
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Leave a clearance of min. 15 cm from the rear of the machine to the wall (air circulation).
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Leave a clearance of min. 250 mm above the machine (needed to remove the brewing
unit for cleaning and maintenance).
Comply with all applicable local kitchen regulations.
Ambient conditions
CAUTION!
Risk of machine
damage!
The location where the coffee machine is set up must provide the ambient conditions
specified below. If these conditions are not ensured, the coffee machine may become
damaged.
The following conditions absolutely must be met:
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Ambient temperature of +10 °C to +40 °C (50 °F to 104 °F)
Relative humidity of max. 80 % RH
The coffee machine is designed for indoor use only. Do not use in the open and never expose to the weather (rain, snow, subzero temperatures).
If the coffee machine was exposed to subzero temperatures:
Contact customer service before commissioning.
Power supply
Conditions
The electrical power supply must be connected in accordance with the applicable regulations
(VDE 0100) and the regulations of the country of installation. Type of power cable at least H
07 RN-F. The voltage specified on the serial plate must match the supply voltage at the installation location.
DANGER!
Risk of electrocution!
Danger of electric shock!
The following instructions absolutely must be complied with:
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The phase must be fused at the ampere value specified on the serial plate.
It must be possible to disconnect the device from the mains power supply at all poles.
Never operate a device with a damaged power cord. Have a defective power cord or plug
replaced immediately by a qualified service technician.
Schaerer AG recommends against using an extension cable. If, despite this, an extension
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cable is used (minimum cross-section: 1.5 mm²), observe the manufacturer data for the
cable (operating instructions) and the locally applicable regulations.
Route the power cord in such a way that it does not present a tripping hazard. Do not pull
the cord over corners or sharp edges, pinch it between objects or allow it to hang loosely
in the open. Do not position the cord over hot objects, and protect the cord from exposure
to oil and aggressive cleaning products.
Never lift or pull the device by the power cord. Never pull the plug out of the socket by its
cord. Never touch the power cord or plug with wet hands. Never insert a wet plug into a
power socket.
Power requirements
Fuse (installation site)
Connecting
cable conductor crosssection
Standard
10 – 16 A
1.5 mm²
England,
Ireland
13 A
Model
Power rating
220
–
240 V
CA
10 A
1 mm²
USA
120 V
CA
50/60 Hz
1700 W
15 A
AWG14
Japan
120 V
2 CA 50/60 Hz
2000 W
15 A
2.5 mm²
Australia,
New Zealand,
China
50/60 Hz
2000 –
2200 W
1.5 mm²
Denmark
15 A
1 mm²
Installation
Unpacking the machine
Read the “Setting up the coffee machine” and “Power supply” chapters carefully before installing.
Unpack the machine.
Check the remaining package contents for accessories.
Remove the accessories supplied in the grounds container and water tank.
Keep the original packaging in case the equipment needs to be sent back.
Connecting the milk supply
Mounting the milk hose on the beverage outlet (see figure).
Select a suitable milk nozzle (brown = for cooled milk; transparent = for uncooled milk) and
insert at the lower end of the milk hose.
Insert the beverage outlet into the holder.
Remove the grounds container out of the coffee machine.
Move the beverage outlet to the lowest position.
Clamp the milk hose in the provided guide.
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See "Operation" - "Fill and connect" - "Milk" for filling milk.
If an external cooling unit is used: install the cooling unit as described in the operating instructions and route the milk hose from the coffee machine to the external cooling unit.
Commissioning program
When the coffee machine is started for the first time, the commissioning program is executed
automatically. It goes through the initial settings step by step. A detailed description of all steps
follows.
Press the
button.
 The coffee machine switches on and the commissioning program begins.
Follow the instructions on the touch screen.
Display / display text
language: English
Parameter description
Select the required language with
.
and
Confirm by touching
.
 "Initial setup of your Coffee Joy" appears
on the display in the selected language.
Setting range
Notes
German
The presetting is
"English".
English
French
Dutch
Swedish
Danish
Norwegian
Russian
Italian
Spanish
Japanese
Time hh:mm
To set the current time:
Set the hours with
Confirm by touching
hh = hours
and
–
mm = minutes
.
.
Set the minutes with
and
.
Confirm by touching
.
 The next step appears.
Date dd:mm:yyyy
Set the current date:
Set the day with
Confirm by touching
Set the month with
Confirm by touching
Set the year with
dd = day
and
–
mm = month
.
yy = year
.
and
.
.
and
.
Confirm by touching
.
 The next step appears.
Switching off time: 30 min
The switching off time is defined in this step. Af- 0 min
ter a beverage is dispensed, if the defined time 5 – 180 min
elapses without another beverage being
dispensed, the machines switches off automatically.
Set the minutes with
and
If set to "0 min", the
machine does not switch
off automatically.
.
Confirm by touching
.
 The next step appears.
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Check before switching on
Before switching on the coffee machine, check whether the following conditions are fulfilled.
Conditions for switching on the coffee machine:
•
•
•
•
The drinking water tank is filled.
The bean hopper is filled.
The coffee grounds container is empty and inserted correctly.
The coffee machine is correctly connected to the line supply.
Filling and connecting
Coffee beans
CAUTION!
User at risk!
CAUTION!
Risk of machine
damage!
Danger of injury from rotating grinding discs.
Never reach into the bean hopper while the coffee machine is switched on.
Filling foreign bodies into the hopper can lead to clogging or destruction of the grinder.
Never fill anything other than beans into the bean hopper.
Open the bean hopper lid (see figure).
Fill in beans (max. 250 g).
Close the lid again.
Water
Remove and empty the drinking water tank.
Rinse the drinking water tank thoroughly with fresh water (min. 1x daily).
Fill with fresh drinking water and reinsert.
Milk
Option 1: Milk Smart
No more than 40 cm should be between the milk package and the beverage outlet.
Have fresh, pre-cooled milk (3 – 5°C) ready.
Hang the hose or hoses into the milk.
 The hose end must be in contact with the container floor.
See also "Safety notes" - "Hygiene" - "Milk".
Option 2: Additional cooling unit
Open the door.
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Remove and rinse the milk container.
Fill in fresh, pre-cooled milk (3 – 5°C).
Place the milk container into the cooling unit.
Hang the hose or hoses into the container.
 The hose end must be in contact with the container floor.
Close the door.
Switching on
Press the
button.
 The coffee machine switches on and the greeting message appears on the display.
Place a container under the beverage outlet.
 The coffee machine begins heating up.
 After heating up, the coffee machine performs a coffee system rinse (duration:
ca. 40 sec).
Option: Additional cooling unit
Connect the additional cooling unit to the line supply.
Set the rocker switch on the rear of the additional cooling unit to "COLD".
 The additional cooling unit switches on.
See "Operation" - "Fill and connect" - "Milk" - "Option: additional cooling unit".
Dispensing
Preheating cups
A storage area for cups is located on top of the coffee machine. When the machine is switched
on, the storage area is heated and the cups are prewarmed.
Place the cups on the storage area.
 The cups are pre-warmed when the coffee machine is switched on.
Adjusting outlets
CAUTION!
Hot surface!
Hot surfaces can cause burns.
Exercise care when moving the beverage outlet.
Place a cup under the beverage outlet.
Grasp the beverage outlet from the front and slide it into the correct position (see figure).
Remove the cup after the beverage has been dispensed.
Adjustable height = 70 – 135 mm.
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Beverages
The machine is ready to dispense a beverage when the beverage symbol appears.
Place a cup under the beverage outlet.
Adjust the height of the beverage outlet to the cup size.
CAUTION!
Hot fluid!
Press the required beverage button.
 Only the symbol of the selected beverage appears; dispensing of the beverage begins.
 The beverage name appears on the display.
Remove the cup after the beverage has been dispensed.
See "Dispensing options" - "Stop dispensing" to stop dispensing of the beverage.
Beverages with ground coffee
CAUTION!
Risk of machine
damage!
Incorrect use may damage the machine.
Never put anything into the inlet other than ground coffee or cleaning tablets.
Open the inlet lid (see figure).
 The "insert coff. grounds" instruction appears.
Fill ground coffee (max. 15 g).
Close the inlet lid.
 The "select beverage" instruction appears.
Press the required beverage button.
 Only the symbol of the selected beverage appears; dispensing of the beverage begins.
 The beverage name appears on the display.
Remove the cup after the beverage has been dispensed.
See "Dispensing options" - "Stop dispensing" to stop dispensing of the beverage.
Hot water
Three different dosing variants are available for dispensing hot water:
The service technician can deactivate unrequired dosing variants or adjust the dosing quantity
of the "dosed" variant.
Place a cup under the hot water outlet.
Adjust the height of the beverage outlet to the cup size.
CAUTION!
Hot fluid!
Option 1: Dosed
Press the
button.
 The set quantity is dispensed.
Option 2: Freeflow
Press and hold the
button.
 Dispensing takes place while the button is pressed.
Option 3: Start/stop
Press the
button.
 Hot water is dispensed.
Stop dispensing by pressing the
button again.
If dispensing is not stopped manually by pressing the
button, dispensing ends automatically after a defined time period. This can be defined by the service technician.
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Hot milk
Hot milk and milk foam are dispensed using the same button.
Place a cup under the beverage outlet.
Move the beverage outlet to the highest position.
 Air is always added to the milk unless the outlet is in the highest position.
- Press the button (middle button).
 Hot milk is dispensed.
CAUTION!
Hot fluid!
Stop dispensing by pressing the
button again.
If dispensing is not stopped manually by pressing the
button, dispensing ends automatically after a defined time period. This can be defined by the service technician.
Milk foam
Hot milk and milk foam are dispensed using the same button.
Place a cup under the beverage outlet.
Adjust the height of the beverage outlet to the cup size.
Press and hold the
button.
 Dispensing takes place while the button is pressed.
CAUTION!
Hot fluid!
Dispensing options
Stopping continuous dispensing
The dispensing of beverages and hot water can be stopped at any time.
Press the
button.
 The current dispensing process is stopped.
Selecting the coffee strength
Before dispensing, the coffee strength can be selected. The following strengths are available:
•
•
•
Strong (ca. 15% stronger than the setting of the particular beverage)
Normal (setting of the particular beverage)
Mild (ca. 15% milder than the particular beverage)
If no preselection of the strength is made, the coffee strength is automatically set to "normal".
The selected strength always applies only to the next beverage.
Use the
button and the
button to select the beverage strength.
Place a cup under the beverage outlet.
Adjust the height of the beverage outlet to the cup size.
Request the desired beverage.
 The beverage is dispensed.
 The beverage name and strength are shown in the display
Double beverage
Two beverages can be dispensed at the same time. This only applies to espresso, café creme
and cappuccino.
Place two cups under the beverage outlet.
Adjust the height of the beverage outlet to the cup size.
CAUTION!
Hot fluid!
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Press the required beverage button for ca. 3 sec.
 Only the symbol of the selected beverage appears; dispensing of the beverage begins.
 The display shows "2x beverage name".
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Remove the cups after the beverage has been dispensed.
See "Dispensing options" - "Stop dispensing" to stop dispensing of the beverage.
Emptying
Grounds container
The grounds container must be emptied regularly, at the latest when the instruction to do so
appears on the display.
Remove and empty the grounds container.
 Dispensing of beverages is blocked while the grounds container is not in place.
Reinsert the grounds container.
 "grounds. cont. empty?" appears on the display.
Confirm with the
button.
If the request is accidentally confirmed with "No" after the grounds container is emptied, the
display instruction to empty the container persists. The grounds container must be removed
and inserted again, and the instruction then reappears.
Drip tray
The drip tray should be emptied regularly, at the latest when the floater appears.
Carefully pull out the drip tray.
CAUTION!
Empty the drip tray and reinsert it.
Risk of trapping
fingers!
Check that it is seated correctly; an improperly inserted drip tray can result in water leaks.
Transport conditions
Before moving the coffee machine, disconnect the drinking water supply, the power supply
and the dirty water outlet.
Before moving the coffee machine, check the floor for obstacles and uneven areas.
CAUTION!
Risk of machine
damage!
Improper transport of the machine may result in machine damage.
Adhere to the following instructions when moving machines on a cart:
•
•
•
For safety reasons, the cart must be pulled and not pushed when moving the coffee machine.
Only pull on the cart and never on the machine.
The cart is not intended for transporting cargo.
The manufacturer cannot be held liable for any damage resulting from unintended use of the
cart or from failure to follow the operating instructions.
Display messages/instructions
The machine displays messages if intervention by a user or service technician is needed to
ensure operating readiness of the machine. There are two different categories of messages:
•
•
Note
Fault
Messages are usually instructions, such as the instruction to fill the drinking water tank.
Perform the task as described in the following table.
If the display message persists, a malfunction may exist.
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See "Troubleshooting" - "Malfunction with display message".
Display message
Cause
empty grounds cont.
The grounds container is full.
What to do
Remove and empty the grounds container.
 Dispensing of beverages is blocked
while the grounds container is not in
place.
Reinsert the grounds container.
 "grounds. cont. empty?" appears on the
display.
Confirm with the
beverage sel. locked
refill water tank
The drinking water tank is empty.
Beverages cannot be dispensed.
button.
Remove the drinking water tank and fill it
with fresh drinking water.
Reinsert the drinking water tank.
refill beans
confirm beverage
There are not enough beans in the grinder.
Open the bean hopper lid (see figure).
The grinder stops and beverage dispensing is
interrupted.
Fill in beans (max. 250 g).
Close the lid again.
Press the beverage button again.
 Dispensing of the previously selected
beverage is completed.
insert coff. grounds
Select a beverage
The lid of the ground coffee inlet is open.
Beverages cannot be dispensed.
Option 1: Requesting a beverage with
ground coffee
Fill ground coffee (max. 15 g).
Close the inlet lid.
 The "select beverage" instruction appears.
Press the required beverage button.
 Dispensing begins.
Option 2: Stopping dispensing of the beverage
Close the inlet lid.
Stop dispensing with the
Change water filter
tank lid missing?
The water filter in the drinking water tank must
be changed.
The lid of the drinking water tank is not in place.
Beverages cannot be dispensed.
button.
Change the water filter.
See "Service and maintenance" - "Change the
water filter".
Correctly place the lid on the drinking water
tank.
Slide the drinking water tank into the machine.
beverage sel. locked
lid open
The brewing unit lid is open or was not closed
correctly.
Correctly close the brewing unit lid.
Beverages cannot be dispensed.
Clean display
The operating panel is dirty.
The buttons no longer react.
Press and old the
button for 5 sec.
 The machine switches off.
Clean the display with a moist cloth.
Press the
button.
 The machine switches back on.
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Switching off
End of operation
Perform the daily cleaning routine.
Press and hold the
button for 5 sec.
 If beverages with milk were prepared, an instruction to rinse the milk system appears
on the display.
Follow the instructions on the display.
 After the milk system is rinsed, the coffee system is rinsed automatically.
See also "Cleaning".
 After this the machine switches off.
Empty the drinking water container, clean it and reinstall it.
Empty the grounds container, clean it and reinstall it.
Failure to do so will result in a loss of warranty coverage in the event of damages.
Lengthy downtimes (more than 1 week)
During extended downtimes, such as during holidays, the machine must be taken out of operation.
Perform all steps described in the chapter entitled "End of operation“.
If the machine will be exposed to subzero temperatures, the boilers must be emptied first.
Please contact your service partner.
c
CAUTION!
Risk of machine
damage!
The boilers can be destroyed by freezing water as it expands.
In rooms where the temperature can fall below zero, the boilers must be emptied.
When taking the device back into service, run the daily cleaning first.
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Cleaning
Cleaning intervals
As instructed
When switching off
When switching on
Weekly
Daily
Cleaning intervals
Coffee machine
x
x
Coffee system rinse
x
Rinse the milk system
x
Clean the milk system
x
Clean the coffee machine (cleaning programme)
x
Clean the brewing unit
x
Rinse the drinking water tank with fresh water
x
x
x
Empty and clean the grounds container
x
Empty and clean the drip tray
x
Cleaning the bean hopper
x
Clean the outer surfaces of the coffee machine
Optional accessories/options
x
Cleaning of the milk container
x
Cleaning of the interior of the additional cooling unit
x
Cleaning of the outer surfaces of the additional cooling unit
Legend
Daily:
At least once a day or more often if necessary.
Weekly:
At least once a week or more often if necessary.
When switching on:
Automatically when the coffee machine is switched on.
When switching off:
Automatically when the coffee machine is switched off.
As instructed:
An instruction appears on the display.
For a better overview of the cleaning steps that are required or that have already been performed, use the cleaning schedule in this chapter.
Mandatory cleaning
If a pending cleaning procedure is not performed although it is requested on the display, mandatory cleaning will set in (if programmed) after a certain time. When mandatory cleaning sets
in, dispensing of beverages is blocked.
Beverages cannot be dispensed again until after the machine has been cleaned.
Mandatory cleaning and the period that elapses before it sets in can only be programmed by
the service technician.
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Coffee system rinse
The coffee system rinse is automatically performed every time the coffee machine is switched
on and off. User actions are not required.
Milk system rinse
The milk system rinse is automatically performed every time the coffee machine is switched
off. The following steps need to be performed:
Place a container under the beverage outlet.
Move the beverage outlet to the highest position.
Insert the milk hose with the milk nozzle in the hot water outlet and turn it clockwise all the
way.
 The milk system rinse begins.
After the milk system rinse, wipe off the outside of the milk hose with a moist cloth.
The milk system rinse can also be performed at any time as needed:
Press the
button.
 The cleaning menu appears.
Leaf to the "milk system rinsing" menu with the
Press the
button.
button.
Perform all steps as described above.
Grounds container
CAUTION!
User at risk!
Coffee grounds in the grounds container can quickly lead to mould formation. The
spread of mould spores in the machine results in the danger of contamination of the
coffee.
Therefore, clean the grounds container daily.
Thoroughly clean the grounds container with water and a household cleaning product.
Rinse with clear water and dry with a clean cloth.
Drip tray
Thoroughly clean the drip tray and the drip grid with water and a household cleaning product.
Rinse with clear water and dry with a clean cloth.
Internal drinking water tank
CAUTION!
User at risk!
There is a danger of contamination of the drinking water tank due to deposits and bacteria.
Rinse the drinking water tank daily; do not use cleaning products.
Thoroughly rinse the drinking water tank with fresh water several times.
Dry with a clean cloth.
Milk container
CAUTION!
User at risk!
There is a risk of contamination of the milk and milk container due to milk deposits and
bacteria.
Clean the milk container daily.
Mix 5 ml of Daypure cleaning product with 500 ml of warm water in a container.
Clean the milk container using the prepared cleaning solution.
Rinse with clear water and dry with a clean cloth.
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Weekly cleaning
Weekly Cleaning Reference Card
Weekly cleaning
Schaerer Coffee Joy
Schaerer Ltd. P.O. Box
See also "Safety instructions" and "Cleaning" in the operating instructions.
CAUTION!
User at risk!
There is a risk of scalding in the dispensing area of beverages, hot water and steam.
During dispensing or cleaning, never reach under the dispensing positions.
Machine cleaning (cleaning programme)
Press the
button.
; The "Maintenance program" menu
appears.
Leaf through the menu to "Machine
cleaning" using
and
.
Confirm by touching
.
; The cleaning programme starts.
Empty the drip tray.
Fill the drinking water tank.
Place a container (min. 3 l) under the
beverage outlet.
Place a cleaning tablet into the inlet
(see figure).
Close the inlet lid and confirm with
.
; Cleaning starts.
; The remaining cleaning duration
appears on the display.
Remove the grounds container and release the milk hose out of the guide.
Take out the steam nozzle located in
the beverage outlet at the top.
Disassemble all parts (see figure).
Immerse all parts in a solution of
500 ml of hot water and 25 ml of "Milkpure" cleaning product for ± 30 min.
Wash all parts under luke warm, running water.
Milk system cleaning (manual)
After the machine cleaning programme is
finished, the instruction for manual milk
system cleaning appears on the display.
Slide the beverage outlet to the highest
position.
Press the release on the back of the
beverage outlet and pull the foamer
head down and off.
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Clean the outlets of the foamer head
and the steam nozzle with a brush.
Let the parts dry fully.
Reassemble all parts.
Insert the steam nozzle in the beverage outlet.
Attach the foamer head.
Clamp the milk hose into the provided
guide.
Insert the grounds container.
Cleaning the brewing unit (manual)
Remove the lid over the brewing unit.
CAUTION!
User at risk!
Pull back the release of the brewing
unit.
Pull the brewing unit out of the machine.
Turn the thread on the head of the
brewing unit anticlockwise until the
ejector is located in the front position.
Clean the brewing unit under flowing
water.
Let the brewing unit dry fully before reinstalling it in the machine.
Place the lid on the brewing chamber.
Improper handling of beans, water, milk, powder or other coffee ingredients can lead to health problems!
Observe all hygiene regulations according to HACCP.
See "Safety instructions" - "HACCP hygiene regulations" in the operating instructions.
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Bean hopper
Old bean grease in the bean hopper can have a negative impact on the coffee quality.
CAUTION!
User at risk!
Danger of injury from rotating grinding discs in the grinder.
Never reach into the bean hopper while the coffee machine is switched on.
Wipe the inside of the bean hopper with a moist cloth.
Dry with a clean cloth.
Outer surfaces of the coffee machine
Switch off the machine before cleaning the outer surfaces.
Spray commercially available glass cleaner onto a paper towel.
Use it to clean the user panel of the coffee machine.
Clean the remaining outer surfaces of the coffee machine with a moist cloth.
Optional accessories (Option)
CAUTION!
User at risk!
There is a risk of contamination of the milk and cooling unit due to milk deposits and
bacteria.
Clean the cooling unit daily.
Take the milk out of the cooling unit.
Thoroughly clean the interior of the cooling unit with water and a household cleaning product.
Place the milk back into the cooling unit.
Warm-up rinse
The warm-up rinse rinses and warms the coffee machine pipes. If a beverage has not been
dispensed for some time, a warm-up rinse can be performed before the next beverage is dispensed. This guarantees that the beverage has an optimal temperature.
Press the
button.
 The cleaning menu appears.
Leaf to the "warm up rinsing" menu with the
button.
Press the
button.
 A warm-up rinse is performed.
HACCP Cleaning Concept
Cleaning regulations
When installed, maintained, cared for and cleaned properly, Schaerer AG coffee machines fulfil HACCP regulations.
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CAUTION!
Risk of machine
damage!
If the coffee machine is not cared for and cleaned properly, the dispensing of milk beverages will become a health hazard in terms of food hygiene.
Note and adhere to the following instructions:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Wear safety gloves during cleaning.
Wash your hands thoroughly before and after cleaning.
Clean the coffee machine daily after beverage dispensing has ended.
Never put cleaning products in the milk container.
Never put cleaning products in the drinking water tank (internal/external).
Never mix cleaning products.
Store cleaning products separately from coffee, milk and coffee machine powder.
Do not use any abrasive products, brushes or cleaning tools made of metal.
Do not touch parts that come into contact with beverages after cleaning.
Read and follow the dosing and safety instructions specified on the cleaning product.
For daily and weekly cleaning, proceed as described in the operating instructions and on
the cleaning cards.
For a better overview of the cleaning steps that are required or that have already been performed, use the cleaning schedule in this chapter.
Cleaning schedule
"Cleaning" regarding the use of cleaning products.
Copy the HACCP Cleaning Concept and store/post it in the vicinity of the machine.
Record each cleaning with the time and a signature.
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CAUTION!
Risk of machine
damage!
Use of incorrect cleaning products can damage the machine.
Use only cleaning products for daily and weekly cleaning that are recommended by
Schaerer AG.
Weekly cleaning
Schaerer cleaning tablets
Milkpure milk system liquid cleaner
Cleaning tablet
Before using the cleaning tablet, carefully read the information on the packaging and the
"HEALTH & SAFETY DATA SHEET". If a HEALTH & SAFETY DATA SHEET is not present,
please request it from the sales partner.
Information
Application
Weekly cleaning of the coffee system
Purpose of cleaning
Removal of grease residue in the coffee system
Application interval
once a week
State and odour
See the "HEALTH & SAFETY DATA SHEET".
Milkpure
Before using the cleaning product, carefully read the information on the packaging and the
"HEALTH & SAFETY DATA SHEET". If a HEALTH & SAFETY DATA SHEET is not present,
please request it from the sales partner.
Information
Application
Weekly cleaning of the milk system
Purpose of cleaning
Removal of lime scale deposits and milk stone from the milk
system and steam nozzle.
Application interval
Once a week
State and odour
See the "HEALTH & SAFETY DATA SHEET".
Descaler
Before using the descaler, carefully read the information on the packaging and the "HEALTH
& SAFETY DATA SHEET". If a HEALTH & SAFETY DATA SHEET is not present, please request it from the sales partner.
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Boiler and pipe system decalcification
Purpose of cleaning
Removal of lime scale deposits in the coffee machine
Application interval
As instructed by the coffee machine
State and odour
See the "HEALTH & SAFETY DATA SHEET".
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Decalcification
When the machine needs to be decalcified, a corresponding request appears on the display.
The decalcification interval depends on the following factors:
•
•
•
CAUTION!
User at risk!
CAUTION!
Risk of machine
damage!
Water hardness
Water flow rate
Use of a water filter
Danger of poisoning from ingesting or inhaling the decalcifier.
Do not drink or inhale the decalcifier or the rinse water output during the decalcification
process.
Household decalcifiers can destroy the coffee machine.
For decalcification, use Schaerer decalcifiers only. Liability cannot be accepted for
damage resulting from the use of other decalcifiers.
The decalcification message on the display can be delayed by pressing the - button. However,
dispensing of beverages will be blocked after another 50 brewings. After that, the decalcification process must be carried out.
Slide the beverage outlet to the highest position.
Press the release on the back of the beverage outlet and pull the foamer head down and
off.
Detach the milk hose from the milk foamer.
Press the
button.
 The cleaning menu appears on the display.
Use the
button and
button to navigate to the "machine descaling" menu item.
Confirm the selection with the
button.
Empty the drip tray.
Take the drinking water tank out of the machine.
Remove the water filter (if present).
Pour a full bottle of Schaerer decalcifier (750 ml) into the drinking water tank.
Fill the drinking water tank all the way with water.
Slide the drinking water tank back into the machine.
Place a large container (min. 3 l) under the beverage and hot water outlet.
Start the decalcification process with the
button.
 The decalcification process begins.
 The remaining decalcification time is shown on the display.
After approx. 30 min, the request to empty the drinking water tank appears on the display.
Empty the drinking water tank and rinse it thoroughly
Confirm the display request with the
button.
Fill the drinking water tank with fresh water and slide it back into the machine.
Confirm the display request with the
button.
 The decalcification process is continued.
 The remaining decalcification time is shown on the display.
Recommendation: After the decalcification process is completed, dispense a test beverage
and pour it away.
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Adjusting the grinding fineness
The grinding fineness is influenced by wear on the grinder disk. To ensure a constant grinding
quality, the grinding fineness needs to be adjusted when required.
CAUTION!
User at risk!
CAUTION!
Risk of machine
damage!
Danger of injury from rotating grinding discs in the grinder.
Never reach into the bean hopper while the coffee machine is switched on.
If the grind level is set while the grinder is idle, the grinder can be set too firmly and may
not start as a result.
The grinder must always be running while it is being adjusted.
Open the cover of the bean hopper.
Place the multitool onto the grind level adjuster (see figure).
Press the beverage button (e.g. espresso) and wait for the grinder to start running.
Option 1: Finer setting of grind level
Press the multitool down and turn anticlockwise.
Option 2: Coarser setting of grind level
Press the multitool down and turn clockwise.
Water filter (Option)
Installing the water filter for the internal drinking water tank
Read the previous chapter entitled "Water quality".
The "Filter for the internal drinking water tank" initial installation set can be obtained from
Schaerer AG if the water quality is insufficient (order number: 071398).
The water filter is only suitable for installation in the internal drinking water tank of the machine.
Remove the water outlet screen installed in the water tank.
Open the water filter box.
 The water filter adapter is located at the top, and the separately packaged filter cartridge is found beneath it.
Pull up the locking mechanism on the adapter.
Attach the adapter to the water outlet connector and push down the locking mechanism.
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Unpack the filter cartridge and mount it on the adapter.
For correct calculation of the decalcification time, the hardness of the water (determined by the
water hardness test) and the use of a filter must be entered in the coffee machine programming.
See "Programming" - "Basis settings".
Changing the water filter for the internal drinking water tank
When the filter needs to be changed, a corresponding prompt appears on the display.
Take the drinking water tank out of the machine.
Take the old filter cartridge out of the adapter.
Unpack the new filter cartridge and mount it on the adapter.
Slide the drinking water tank back into the machine.
The replacement cartridges can be ordered from Schaerer AG as a 6-piece set (order number:
071397).
Maintenance
The coffee machine does not require regular maintenance. The maintenance schedule depends on multiple factors, especially the degree to which the machine is used.
When maintenance is due, the machine indicates this on the display. The machine can continue to be operated normally.
Notify your service partner that maintenance is due.
CAUTION!
Risk of machine
damage!
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Failure to perform a required maintenance in due time may lead to wear and reliable operation is no longer assured.
Inform the service partner as soon as possible after the maintenance message appears.
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Navigation
Symbol
Description
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Cancel the procedure.
Leave the programming.
"No" in response to requests.
Opens the cleaning menu of the machine.
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Opens the programming of the machine.
"OK" to confirm new or existing settings and continue to the next
menu item.
"Yes" in response to requests.
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Navigate forward in the programming.
Set parameters.
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Navigate back in the programming.
Set parameters.
Overview
Press the
button.
 The programming opens.
Navigate using
button and
button.
The programming contains the following menus:
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cup size
beverage settings
basic settings
counters
system information
The menus and menu items are described below in this chapter.
cup size (beverage volume)
The total cup volume of the various beverages can be adjusted in the "cup size" menu.
The ingredients of the beverages are adjusted to the new cup volume without affecting the
composition and quality.
Navigate to the "cup size" menu in the programming.
Press the
button.
Select the beverage you wish to set.
 The "cup volume" menu appears.
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Menu item (display text)
Description
Setting range
Rest period: 15 sec
The rest period is a pause between the milk out- 2 – 60 sec
put and the coffee output.
Set the duration of the rest period using the
button and
button.
A test beverage can be dispensed by pressing
the selected beverage button.
Press the
sequence: milk-coffee
button to exit the setting.
This menu item can be used to set the dispen- milk-coffee
sing sequence of the milk and coffee.
milk+coffee
Set the sequence using the
button and
coffee-milk
button.
Notes
When dispensing latte
macchiato, the rest period allows time for the
milk to settle. This results in the pronounced
layering typical of this
beverage.
Recommendation:
15 sec
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A test beverage can be dispensed by pressing
the selected beverage button.
Press the
Pre brew: 9 sec
button to exit the setting.
This menu can be used to switch pre-brewing on 2 – 60 sec
or off.
During pre-brewing, the ground coffee is moistened with water to let it swell. This enables a
uniform and more thorough extraction. The
brewing process is lengthened slightly.
Recommendation:
Activate pre-brewing for
espresso, cappuccino
and latte macchiato.
Switch pre-brewing on or off using the
button and
button.
A test beverage can be dispensed by pressing
the selected beverage button.
Press the
button to exit the setting.
basic settings
Various machine parameters can be set in the "basic settings" menu.
Navigate to the "basic settings" menu in the programming.
Press the
button.
 The first menu item appears.
The menu contains:
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time
date
date/time (display)
switch-on/off time
water hardness
water filter
sound
brewing temperature
factory setting
display contrast
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Menu item (display text)
Language: German
Programming
Description
Set the language using the
button.
Press the
Time: hh/mm/ss
button to exit the setting.
Set the hours using the
button.
Press the
button and
button and
button.
Date: dd/mm/yy
Date/time: on
–
ss: 00 – 59
button and
button and
but- dd: 01 – 31
If a non-existent date is
entered (e.g.
mm: 01 – 12
31.06.2011), the date
yy: 2000 – 2099
returns to its initial value
after the setting is exited.
button.
button and
button.
Set the year using the
ton.
Press the
hh: 00 – 23
button to exit the setting.
Set the month using the
button.
Press the
–
button.
Set the day using the
ton.
Press the
German,
English, Dutch,
Spanish,
French, Italian,
Danish,
Swedish, Norwegian
button and
Set the seconds using the
button.
Press the
Notes
mm: 00 – 59
Set the minutes using the
button.
Press the
Setting range
button and
but-
button to exit the setting.
This menu item can be used to switch the date On/off
and time display on and off.
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Switch the display on and off using the
button and
button.
Press the
Switch-on time: on
button to exit the setting.
This menu item can be used to set the coffee On/off
machine to switch on automatically at a certain
time.
Switch the switch-on time on or off using the
button and
button.
Press the
button.
The switch-on time is set to "on":
 The time setting for the switch-on time
appears.
Set the switch-on time using the
and
button.
Press the
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Recommendation:
Set the machine to switch on 10 min before it
needs to be ready for
operation. The machine
will then be warm and
ready to dispense beverages by the time it
needs to be operational.
button
button to exit the setting.
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Menu item (display text)
Description
Setting range
Switch-off time: 30 min
The switch-off time setting is used to switch off 0 (= off)
the machine after a certain period elapses du- 5 – 112 min
ring which no beverage was dispensed.
Set the switch-off time using the
and
button.
button
Notes
Automatic switching off
of the machine during
extended periods of disuse saves power.
Press the
button to exit the setting.
The machine needs to be switched on again to
dispense the next beverage.
CAUTION!
Risk of machine
damage!
If the machine is switched off automatically
via the switch-off time, a milk system rinse is
not performed. If the machine remains
switched off for an extended period, the milk
residue in the milk hose will produce germs
and mould.
If the machine is to be switched off for an extended period, a milk system rinse must be
performed.
Water hardness: 5-8
Water filter: yes
This menu item can be used to set the hardness 0-4
of the water being used in the coffee machine.
5-8
Set the water hardness using the
button 9-12
and
button.
13-16
Press the
button to exit the setting.
> 16
This parameter is set
during the commissioning program.
This menu item can be used to set the use of a yes/no
water filter.
This parameter is set
during the commissioning program.
Set the use of a water filter to "Yes" or "No"
using the
button and
button.
Press the
Sound: on
button to exit the setting.
This menu item can be used to switch the acou- on/off
stic signal for navigation in the programming and
for beverage dispensing on and off.
See "Installation and
commissioning" - "Commissioning program" for
further information.
See "Installation and
commissioning" - "Commissioning program" for
further information.
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Switch the acoustic signal on or off using the
button and
button.
Press the
Brewing temperature: 92°C
button to exit the setting.
This menu item can be used to set the brewing 60 – 95°C
water temperature.
Set the temperature using the
button.
Press the
Factory setting
Recommendation: 92°C
button and
button to exit the setting.
Activating the factory setting resets all pro- yes/no
gramming settings to the factory setting.
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Set the factory setting to "yes" or "no" using
the
button and
button.
Press the
button to exit the setting.
 The "yes" setting resets all settings to the
factory settings.
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Menu item (display text)
Description
Display contrast
This menu item can be used to set the display lighter + softer / –
contrast.
darker + sharper
Set the contrast using the
button and
button.
 The contrast changes simultaneously.
Press the
Setting range
Notes
button to exit the setting.
counters
In the "counters" menu, the dispensing counter for all beverages can be viewed and cleared.
Navigate to the "counters" menu in the programming.
Press the
button.
Select the beverage you wish to set.
 The first menu item appears.
The menu contains:
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Counter, Espresso
Counter, Café Creme
Counter, Cappuccino
Counter, Latte Macchiato
Counter, mug of milk
Counter, Hot Water
Counter, 2x espresso
Counter, 2x café creme
Counter, 2x cappuccino
total counter
reset all counters
Menu item (display text)
Description
Setting range
Notes
Espresso: 23
–
All beverage counters are listed in the "counters" Espresso
menu.
Café Creme
Navigate through the counters using the
Cappuccino
button and
button.
Latte Macchiato
mug of milk
Hot Water
2x Espresso
2x Café Creme
2x Cappuccino
total counter: 50
The total count of all dispensed beverages is dis- –
played after the individual counters.
Navigate further using the
reset all counters
button.
The request to reset all counters appears at the yes/no
end.
Press the
counters.
–
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button for "Yes" to reset all
or
Press the
button for "No" to retain all
counter values.
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The "system information" menu contains information on the machine.
Navigate to the "system information" menu in the programming.
Press the
button.
 The first menu item appears.
The menu contains the following information:
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Fabrication number
Production date
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
General troubleshooting procedure:
Switch the coffee machine off and, after several seconds, on again.
 In most cases, the fault will be eliminated automatically.
Repeat the steps that led to the fault.
If the fault occurs again:
Find the fault in the following tables.
Perform the described troubleshooting steps.
If the fault persists:
Contact your service partner and describe the fault.
If a fault occurs that is not described in this chapter, please contact your service partner immediately.
Faults with display message
Messages are displayed if intervention by a user or service technician is needed to ensure operating readiness of the machine. There are two different causes for display messages:
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Fault
See "Operation" - "Display messages" for notes.
The following table describes display messages pertaining to faults as well as the steps needed to eliminate these.
Display message
Cause
What to do
place brewer
The brewing unit is not inserted.
Insert the brewing unit.
Brewer position switch
The brewing unit is not correctly inserted.
Check that the brewing unit is correctly seated.
The brewing unit is stiff.
Remove the brewing unit.
 There are two nozzles with black sealing rings
on the inside of the machine.
Grease the sealing rings with grease from the accessories.
Put the brewing unit back in place.
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Display message
Cause
What to do
Clear flow stopped
There is too much air in the pipes.
Dispense a cup of hot water.
 This bleeds the pipes.
The water filter or the associated sieve
is clogged.
Clean the sieve of the water filter.
If this does not eliminate the problem:
Change the water filter.
The non-return valve at the outlet of the
drinking water tank is contaminated.
Clean the outlet and the non-return valve with one
of the small brushes in the accessories.
The brewing unit is clogged.
Remove and clean the brewing unit.
See "Cleaning" - "Weekly cleaning".
The grind level is too fine. The fine cofSet the grind level to a coarser setting.
fee powder contaminates the pipes.
See "Service and maintenance" - "Finer setting of
grind level".
Remove and clean the brewing unit.
See "Cleaning" - "Weekly cleaning".
Cleaning halted
Clear flow stopped
The brewing screen is clogged.
Clean the brewing screen.
EEPROM error
System error
Switch the machine off and back on.
motor driver error
System error
Switch the machine off and back on.
grinder blocked
The grinder is blocked.
Switch off the machine and disconnect the power
plug.
"Cleaning" - "Weekly cleaning".
Stir the coffee beans in the bean hopper using a
spoon.
If the error persists:
Switch off the machine and disconnect the power
plug.
Extract the beans, check the grinder and remove
any blockages.
Temperature sensor steam
Overheating
Switch off the machine and let it cool for some
time.
Temperature sensor water
Overheating
Switch off the machine and let it cool for some
time.
Faults without display message
Fault description
Cause
No milk foam or milk output al- The milk hose is kinked at some locathough there is milk in the con- tion, preventing milk from flowing.
tainer.
The foamer head is clogged.
What to do
Check the milk hose and reroute if necessary.
Take the foamer head out of the beverage outlet
and clean it.
See "Cleaning" - "Weekly cleaning".
No milk foam, only warm milk.
Blockage in milk system.
Clean the milk system.
See "Cleaning" - "Weekly cleaning".
The milk or milk foam is too
cold.
Wrong milk nozzle.
The scope of delivery contains two different milk nozzles.
Change the milk nozzle.
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Fault description
Cause
The milk is too hot, its quantity
is too low or the milk foam has
bubbles..
The milk in the milk container is too
warm.
Wrong milk nozzle.
What to do
Only use pre-cooled milk (3 – 5°C).
Cool the milk constantly during use.
The scope of delivery contains two different milk nozzles.
Change the milk nozzle.
The water tank is difficult to
slide in place.
The O-ring on the water outlet connector must be greased.
Grease the O-ring with grease from the accessories.
The brewing unit is difficult to
pull out and slide back in.
The brewing unit is stiff.
Remove the brewing unit.
 There are two nozzles with black sealing rings
on the inside of the machine.
Grease the sealing rings with grease from the accessories.
Put the brewing unit back in place.
The pump makes loud noises.
There is too much air in the pipes.
Dispense a cup of hot water.
 This bleeds the pipes.
The coffee has no crema.
The coffee is no longer fresh.
Replace the beans.
The grind level is too coarse.
Set the grind level to a finer setting.
See "Cleaning" - "Weekly cleaning".
The brewing unit cannot be re- The brewing unit is in the wrong posiinserted.
tion.
While inserting the brewing unit, readjust it using
the multitool until it can be reinserted.
The brewing unit cannot be
pulled out.
The brewing unit is in the wrong position.
Readjust the brewing unit using the multitool until
it can be pulled out.
Internal/external cooling unit
does not cool.
The cooling unit is not switched on or is
switched on incorrectly.
Set the rocker switch on the rear of the cooling unit
to "COLD".
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Water quality
A cup of coffee consists of 99 percent water. Therefore, the water has a significant effect on
the coffee's taste. To obtain an excellent cup of coffee, you need excellent water.
The water is important not only to the taste of the coffee but also to the coffee machine itself.
Poor water quality can lead to permanent machine damage.
Therefore, close attention needs to be paid to the water quality in order to obtain high quality
coffee and protect the coffee machine.
Water values
CAUTION!
Risk of machine
damage!
Poor water values can lead to machine damage.
It is imperative that the specified values be complied with. Otherwise, Schaerer AG shall
not accept liability.
The following water values are a precondition for the correct operation of the coffee machine:
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4 – 6°dKH (German carbonate hardness)
7 – 8°dGH (German total hardness)
pH value 6.5 – 7 (pH-neutral)
Chlorine content max. 100 mg per litre
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The water values must also be entered when the machine is taken into service and can be
readily adjusted in the machine menu. On the basis of the entered values, the machine calculates the time to the next filter change (if a filter is in use) and the time to the next decalcification
routine.
Check whether a house filter system is already connected upstream from the machine.
In most water, the carbonate hardness is markedly lower than the total hardness. This is a
good indicator for determining whether the water is straight from the mains or if it first passed
through a house filter system.
Option 1: Requesting information from the drinking water supplier
Ask the local drinking water supplier for information on the water hardness (total hardness)
of the drinking water.
Option 2: Performing a test
Determine the water hardness using the test strips included in the scope of delivery.
Dip the test strip into the tap water for ca. 1 sec.
Remove the test strip and wait for ca. 1 min.
 The test strips changes colour.
Compare the water analysis result with the "Total hardness" table in the "Water values"
chapter.
Install a water filter if the test result is poor.
See "Filter equipment" in this chapter or, for machines that are operated with drinking water,
see the chapter entitled "Service and maintenance" - "Installing a water filter for the internal
drinking water tank".
Filter technology
To protect the coffee machines and the coffee quality against hard or soft water, filters are
used. Filters are essential for the care and maintenance of the machine, not to mention for hygiene, and for the best quality of coffee.
Even when using a filter, it is still necessary to measure the water values once a year. Water
is a living element and therefore changes frequently.
The service partner can provide detailed information on filter options and versions and can install this equipment at your location.
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Maximum safety is one of Schaerer AG's most important product features. The effectiveness
of the safety devices is guaranteed only if the following instructions are observed to prevent
injuries and health hazards:
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Read the User Manual carefully before using the device.
Do not touch hot machine parts.
Do not use the coffee machine if it is not working properly or is damaged.
Under no circumstances may the installed safety devices be modified.
User at risk!
DANGER!
Risk of electrocution!
Improper handling of electrical devices can result in electric shock.
The following instructions absolutely must be complied with:
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CAUTION!
User at risk!
Improper handling of the coffee machine can lead to light injuries.
The following instructions absolutely must be complied with:
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CAUTION!
Hot fluid!
CAUTION!
Hot surface!
CAUTION!
Risk of trapping
fingers!
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Work on electrical systems may only be performed by skilled electricians.
The device must be connected to a fused electrical network (we recommend passing the
connection through a fault current circuit breaker).
All relevant guidelines on low voltage and/or country-specific or local safety regulations
and laws must be observed.
The connection must be properly earthed and protected from electric shock.
The voltage must correspond to the data on the device's serial plate.
Never touch energised parts.
Before carrying out service work, always switch off the main switch and/or disconnect the
device from the power supply system.
The power cable may only be replaced by qualified service technicians.
This device is not intended to be operated by persons (including children) with limited physical, sensory or mental capabilities or a lack of experience and/or knowledge unless they
are supervised by a person responsible for their safety or obtain instructions from this person on how to operate the device.
Supervise children to ensure that they do not play with the device.
The coffee machine must be installed so that there are no impediments to care and maintenance.
In both self-service and full-service applications, trained personnel must supervise the machine in order to ensure that the care instructions are observed and the personnel is available for questions regarding use.
Fill the bean hopper with beans only, the powder container with coffee machine powder
only and the manual inlet with ground coffee only (or cleaning tablets during cleaning).
There is a risk of scalding in the dispensing area of beverages, hot water and steam.
During dispensing or cleaning, never reach under the dispensing positions.
The dispensing positions and the brewing unit may be hot.
Do not touch any part of the dispensing equipment except the grips provided for this
purpose. Only clean the brewing unit when the coffee machine has cooled down.
There is a risk of trapping fingers or hands when handling moving components.
While the coffee machine is switched on, never reach into the bean or powder containers or into the opening of the brewing unit.
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Risk from cleaning products
Application
CAUTION!
User at risk!
Danger of poisoning from swallowing cleaning products.
The following instructions absolutely must be complied with:
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Store cleaning products away from children and unauthorised persons.
Do not swallow the cleaning products.
Never mix cleaning products with other chemicals or acids.
Never put cleaning products in the milk container.
Never put cleaning products in the drinking water tank (internal/external).
Only use the cleaning and decalcification products for their intended purpose (see labels).
Do not eat or drink while handling cleaning products.
Ensure that the area is well-ventilated when handling cleaning products.
Wear safety gloves when handling cleaning products.
Wash your hands thoroughly after handling cleaning products.
Before using the cleaning products, carefully read the information on the packaging and the
"HEALTH & SAFETY DATA SHEET". If not available, the HEALTH & SAFETY DATA SHEET
can be obtained from the sales partner (see the cleaning product packaging).
Storage
The following instructions absolutely must be complied with:
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Store them in a place that is inaccessible to children and unauthorised persons.
Protect cleaning products from heat, light and moisture.
Store them in a separate location from acids.
Store them in the original packaging only.
Store cleaning products for daily and weekly use separately.
Do not store them together with foodstuffs or other edibles.
Disposal
If recycling is not possible, cleaning products and their containers must be disposed of according to the information on the "HEALTH & SAFETY DATA SHEET", all well as all local rules and
regulations.
Emergency information
Obtain the phone number of the emergency information service (toxicology information centre)
from the cleaning product manufacturer (see cleaning product label). If your country does not
have this type of institution, note the following table:
Swiss Toxicology Information Centre
International calls:
+41 44 251 51 51
Call from Switzerland
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See "HEALTH & SAFETY DATA SHEET".
Important for the physician to know:
If possible, show the information on the packaging or the "HEALTH & SAFETY DATA SHEET"
to the treating physician.
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CAUTION!
Risk of machine
damage!
Improper handling of the coffee machine can lead to damage or contamination.
The following instructions absolutely must be complied with:
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For water with a carbonate hardness above 5°dKH, install a calcium filter, as otherwise the
coffee machine can be damaged due to calcification.
For insurance law reasons, always ensure that after closing for the day, the main water
valve (coffee machine with mains water supply) is closed and the electrical main switch is
switched off or the mains plug is unplugged.
All relevant guidelines on low voltage and/or country-specific or local safety regulations
and laws must be observed.
Do not operate the device if the water supply is blocked. Otherwise, the boilers will not be
refilled and the pump will run dry.
To prevent water damage in case of hose breakage, Schaerer AG recommend routing the
water supply connection via a water stop valve (at the installation site).
After extended downtime (e.g. holiday), the coffee machine must be cleaned before it is
put back into operation.
Protect the coffee machine from weather (frost, humidity etc.).
Faults may be remedied by a qualified service technician only.
Only use Schaerer AG original spare parts.
Report any noticeable damage or leaks immediately to an authorised service partner and
have any faulty parts replaced and/or repaired.
Never spray the device with water or clean it with a steam cleaner.
When using caramelised coffee (flavoured coffee), clean the brewing unit twice daily.
Fill the bean hopper with beans only, the powder container with coffee machine powder
only and the manual inlet with ground coffee only (or cleaning tablets during cleaning).
If the coffee machine and/or accessories are transported at temperatures below 10°C, the
coffee machine and/or accessories must be stored for three hours at room temperature before the coffee machine and/or accessories are connected to the mains and switched on.
Failure to observe this precaution can result in a danger of short-circuit or damage to electrical components.
Always use the new hose set (drinking water/dirty water hose) provided with the machine.
Never use old hose sets.
Hygiene guidelines (HACCP)
Water
CAUTION!
User at risk!
Improper handling of water can lead to health problems.
The following instructions absolutely must be complied with:
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The water must be uncontaminated.
Do not connect the machine to pure reverse osmosis water or other aggressive types of
water.
The carbonate hardness must not exceed 4-6°dKH (German carbonate hardness) or 710°fKH (French carbonate hardness).
The total hardness must always be higher than the carbonate hardness.
The minimum carbonate hardness is 4°dKH or 7°fKH.
Maximum chlorine content of 100 mg per litre.
pH value between 6.5 – 7 (pH neutral).
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Rinse the drinking water tank thoroughly before filling.
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Safety notes
Coffee
CAUTION!
User at risk!
Improper handling of coffee can lead to health problems.
The following instructions absolutely must be complied with:
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Check the packaging for damage before opening.
Do not add more beans than will be needed for one day.
Close the bean hopper lid immediately after filling.
Store coffee in a cool, dry and dark location.
Store coffee separately from cleaning products.
Use the oldest products first ("first-in-first-out" principle).
Use before the expiry date.
Always reclose packages after opening to ensure that the contents remain fresh and are
protected from contamination.
Milk
CAUTION!
User at risk!
Improper handling of milk can lead to health problems.
The following instructions absolutely must be complied with:
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Do not use unpasteurised or raw milk.
Only use pasteurised milk or milk heated at ultra-high temperatures.
Only use homogenised milk.
Use pre-cooled milk at a temperature between 3-5°C.
Use milk directly from the original packaging.
Never refill milk. Always clean the container thoroughly before filling.
Check the packaging for damage before opening.
Do not add more milk than will be needed for one day.
Close the milk container lid and cooling unit (internal/external ) immediately after filling.
Store milk in a cool, dry (max. 7°C) and dark location.
Store milk separately from cleaning products.
Use the oldest products first ("first-in-first-out" principle).
Use before the expiry date.
Always reclose packages after opening to ensure that the contents remain fresh and are
protected from contamination.
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Liability
Operator responsibilities
The operator must ensure that the machine undergoes regular maintenance and that the safety devices are checked regularly by a Schaerer AG service partner, a representative thereof,
or other authorised persons.
Complaints about material defects must be reported to Schaerer AG in writing within 30 days!
For hidden defects, this period is extended to 12 months from the date of installation (work report, handover report), but no longer than 18 months after the product leaves the factory in
Zuchwil.
Safety-relevant parts such as safety valves, safety thermostats, boilers etc. must not be repaired in any circumstances. They must always be replaced!
The following intervals apply:
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Safety valves: every 12 months.
Boilers (steam boilers, flow heaters) every 72 months.
These measures are performed by a Schaerer AG service technician or your service partner
as part of the maintenance routine.
Warranty and liability
No responsibility will be taken for warranty or liability claims in the event of personal injury or
material damage as a result of one or more of the following causes:
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Non-intended use of the machine.
Improper installation, commissioning, operation, cleaning and maintenance of the device
and the associated optional devices.
Failure to observe maintenance intervals.
Operating the unit with defective safety devices or safety and protective equipment that is
not properly installed or is not functional.
Failure to observe the safety notes in the operating instructions pertaining to storage, installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance of the machine.
Operating the device when it is not in perfect condition.
Repairs carried out improperly.
Use of spare parts that are not original Schaerer AG spare parts.
Use of cleaning products that are not recommended by Schaerer AG.
Catastrophic incidents due to foreign objects, accident, vandalism or force majeure.
Penetrating the device with any type of object or opening the housing.
The manufacturer only accepts liability or honours warranty claims provided that all specified
maintenance and service intervals have been kept and that only original spare parts supplied
by the manufacturer or by a supplier authorised by the manufacturer have been used.
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