Espresso Machine Instruction Manual

EN Espresso Machine
Instruction Manual
Siebträger-Espressomaschine ES 70
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Vorbereitung / Preparation
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STEAM
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HOT WATER
MANUAL
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COFFEE
STEAM
HOT WATER
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COFFEE
STEAM
HOT WATER
Espressozubereitung / Making the espresso
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Drehregler
Controll knob
Dampf-/Heißwasserlanze
mit Pannarello
Steam-/ Hot water jet with
pannarello
Wassertank
Water tank
Siebträger
Group handle
Abtropfschale
Drip tray
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Table of content
Safety instructions.......................... 4
Before the first use......................... 5
Unpacking....................................... 6
Requirements for
the installation location................. 6
Using the control panel................. 6
POWER........................................... 6
STEAM............................................ 7
HOT WATER.................................... 7
Milk frothing.................................. 7
Advanced Programming
Options........................................... 8
Espresso Thermoblock
Temperature.................................... 8
Steam Thermoblock
Temperature.................................... 9
Steam Wetness or
Steam Pump Rate.......................... 10
Factory Reset................................ 11
Cleaning........................................ 11
Cleaning set.................................. 11
Descaling....................................... 12
Customer service.......................... 13
Trouble shooting.......................... 13
Disposal......................................... 16
Warranty....................................... 16
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Safety instructions
This unit complies with the statutory safety regulations. Improper use can, however, lead to personal
injury and property damage.
To handle the unit safely, follow the instructions below:
•Check the unit for external, visible damage to the housing, the supply cord and the plug before using it. Do not put a damaged unit into operation.
•Repairs are only allowed to be performed by a specialist or by the Graef customer service department. Improper repairs can lead to extreme hazards for the user. Furthermore, the warranty claim
expires.
•Only Graef customer service is authorised to repair the unit during the warranty period, otherwise
the warranty expires for additional damages.
•Defective components must be replaced solely with genuine spare parts. Fulfilment of the safety
regulations is only guaranteed if these parts are used.
•This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards
involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be
made by children unless they are older than 8 and supervised.
•Keep the appliance and its cord out of the reach of children less than 8 years.
•The unit is not intended to be used with an external timer or a separate telecontrol system.
•This unit is intended to be used in household and similar applications such as: staff kitchen areas in
shops, offices and other working environments; farm houses; by clients in hotels, motels and other
residental type environments; bed and breakfast type environments.
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•If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
•Always pull the supply cord from the electric socket using the connector plug, not the supply cord.
•Do not carry the unit by the supply cord.
•Never transport the unit during operation.
•Do not touch the plug with moist hands.
•Do not use the packing material as a toy. Danger of suffocation.
•Follow the instructions regarding the requirements for the place of installation and on the unit’s
electrical connection to prevent personal harm and property damage.
•Never aim the milk frother nozzle towards yourself or any other person. DANGER OF BURNS!
•Always use the handle to move the milk frother nozzle. Never touch the milk frother nozzle on the
pipe after using. It becomes very hot!
•Never remove the group handle when it is filled with coffee grounds; it is pressurised.
•Use the unit only when the drip grid and drip tray are properly positioned.
•Before making coffee, make sure the group handle is tightened firmly.
•Switch the unit off before cleaning and pull the power cord from the electric socket.
•Let the unit cool off before cleaning.
•Do not use any aggressive or abrasive cleaning agents and do not use any solvents.
•Do not scratch off stubborn soiling with hard objects.
•Do not put the unit in the dishwasher and do not hold it under flowing water.
•The appliance must not be immersed in water.
Before the first use
Before using for the first time or after a long period of non-use, you should prepare several cups of
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water (without coffee grounds) to thoroughly flush the system. Proceed as described in the „Preparing espresso“ section.
Unpacking
To unpack the unit, proceed as below:
•Take the unit out of the carton.
•Remove all pieces of the packing.
•Remove any possibly extant labels on the unit. (not the rating plate).
Requirements for the installation location
For safe and flawless operation of the unit, the place of location must meet these prerequisites:
•The unit must be set up on a firm, flat, level, non-slip and heat resistant base that has sufficient load
bearing capacity.
•Select the place of location so that children cannot reach the hot surfaces of the unit.
•The unit is not intended for installation in a wall or a built-in cupboard.
•Do not set up the unit in a hot, wet or moist environment.
•The electric socket must be readily accessible so that the power cord can be easily unplugged.
Using the control panel
POWER
Press the „POWER“ button once to turn the unit on. The light behind the „POWER“ button will illuminate red and start flashing, this is to indicate that
your unit is on and heating up.
If the light turns to a constant green light, this indicates that the unit is heated and ready for use.
Before activating the espresso coffee function ensure that the steam and hot water control dial is in
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the OFF position.
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STEAM
You can froth-up milk with the STEAM function. To activate the steam function, press the „STEAM“
button. The „STEAM“ lamp flashes, „COFFEE“ and „HOT WATER“ extinguish. After a short heatingup period, the lamp stops flashing. You can now start frothing the milk. To froth up the milk, turn the
rotary control to „OPEN“. After completing the process, turn the rotary control back to „OFF“ and
press the „HOT WATER“ button again.
HOT WATER
With the hot water function, you can use hot water for making hot chocolate, warming up cups or
for brewing tea. To activate the hot water function, press the „HOT WATER“ button. The „HOT WATER“ lamp light, „COFFEE“ and „STEAM“ extinguish. After a short heating-up period, the lamp stops
flashing. You can now start.To get the hot water, turn the rotary control to „OPEN“. After completing
the process, turn the rotary control back to „OFF“and press the „STEAM“ button again.
Milk frothing
•Press the “STEAM” button.
•The steam function for making milk froth is now active.
•After the lamp has stopped flashing, the nozzle is ready for use.
•Make sure there is always enough water in the tank.
•Fill the enclosed container to 1/3 with cold milk.
•Before using the milk frother nozzle, the condensate that has collected there should be drained off.
To do that, aim it at the drain grate and briefly turn on the steam.
•Wait until only steam and no water escapes and close the control again.
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•Now immerse the milk frother nozzle with the Pannarello into the milk to approx. 1 cm under the
surface.
•Open the steam control to the limit.
•Hold the milk container at a slight angle while doing so.
•Lower the milk can as soon as the milk level rises.
•PLEASE NOTE: The milk must not be heated to more than 70°C during this process; otherwise, the
froth will collapse and the beverage will taste too sweet or possibly even like burned milk!
•A good tip for the correct temperature is when the you cannot hold the container for more than 3
seconds.
•Turn open the control knob again.
•By closing the valve and due to the steam cooling off a vacuum arises in the milk frother nozzle
which then draws some more milk.
•For that reason, please wait a moment before you pull the milk frother nozzle out of the milk.
•After frothing, briefly knock the milk can on the table top to remove the last of the large air bubbles.
•Swirling also helps uniformly distribute the froth.
•Clean the milk frother nozzle immediately after finishing the process using a moist cloth. However,
let the pipe cool down for a few moments as it becomes very hot.
•Also clean the milk frother nozzle with a short blast of steam so that the milk remnants are blown
out of the milk frother nozzle.
Advanced Programming Options
Espresso Thermoblock Temperature
The temperature of the water at the group head can be modified in increments of 2°C up and down
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should it be desired.
To do this you need to follow the instructions below:
•Switch off the unit.
•Press the „COFFEE“ button for 3 seconds. While still holding down the „COFFEE“button briefly
press the „POWER“ button and release. Release „COFFEE“button.
This activates the programmability of the Espresso Temperature.
The lights behind the „STEAM“ and „HOT WATER“ buttons will start flashing.
Within 30 seconds press one of the flashing buttons depending on the required temperature adjustment.
•Up (+) a setting : Press „HOT WATER“
•Down (-) a setting : Press „STEAM“
When you have selected a new temperature setting the unit will sound a sequence of beeps to indicate the new temperature setting.
To save your settings press and hold down the „COFFEE“ button for 3 seconds. A single long beep
will sound to indicate your settings have been saved.
The unit will then automatically power on and begin heating up.
Steam Thermoblock Temperature
The steam temperature of this unit has been calibrated to deliver a powerful and dry steam for texturing milk. The temperature of the steam can be modified in increments of 3°C up and down should
it be desired.
To do this you need to follow the instructions below:
•Switch off the unit.
•Press the „STEAM“ button.
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•While still holding down the „STEAM“button briefly press the „POWER“ button and release.
•Release „STEAM“button.
•This activates the programmability of the Steam Temperature.
•The lights behind the „COFFEE“ and „HOT WATER“ buttons will start flashing.
Within 30 seconds press one of the flashing buttons depending on the required temperature adjustment.
•Up (+) a setting : Press „HOT WATER“
•Down (-) a setting : Press „COFFEE“
When you have selected a new temperature setting the unit will sound a sequence of beeps to indicate the new temperature setting.
To save your settings press and hold down the „STEAM“ button for 3 seconds. A single long beep will
sound to indicate your settings have been saved.
Steam Wetness or Steam Pump Rate
The steam pump rate of this unit has been pre-set. Modifying the steam pump rate enables you to
make the steam wetter or dryer and aids in the delivery of a powerful, dry steam - ideal for texturing
milk. The steam pump rate can be modified in flow rate increments up or down should it be desired.
To do this you need to follow the instructions below:
•Switch off the unit.
•Press the „HOT WATER“ button for 3 seconds.
•While still holding down the „HOT WATER“button briefly press the „POWER“ button and release.
•Release „HOT WATER“ button.
•This activates the programmability of the steam pump rate.
•The lights behind the „COFFEE“ and „STEAM“ buttons will start flashing.
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•Within 30 seconds press one of the flashing buttons depending on the required temperature adjustment.
•Up (+) a setting : Press „STEAM“
•Down (-) a setting : Press „COFFEE“
To save your settings press and hold down the „HOT WATER“ button for 3 seconds. A single long
beep will sound to indicate your settings have been saved.
Factory Reset
To undo any changes made to the program you can revert back to the original factory settings.This
resist ALL the programm settings back to factory settings.
•Turn of the appliance.
•Press and hold down the „POWER“ button for 3 seconds.
•Release the „POWER“ button.
Cleaning
For the taste of your coffee
•Clean the exterior of the unit with a soft, moist cloth. If heavily soiled, a mild detergent can be used.
•Pull out the drip dish.
•Remove the drip grate.
•Empty the drip dish.
•Clean the drip tray and the grate and the group handle under running water.
•Replace the drip dish together with the grate.
Cleaning set
•Remove the drip dish.
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•After you have removed the drip dish, you will find the cleaning set in the interior of the unit on the
plastic.
•Take out the cleaning set.
•Clean the holes in the filter insert with the thin end of the cleaning pin.
•Use the thick end of the cleaning pin to clean the milk frother/hot water nozzle pipe.
•Then clean the pipe with a moist cloth.
Descaling
Just as with any unit that is operated with water, the group handle automatic machine also requires
periodic descaling.
You can use a commercially available descaler for descaling your coffee machine.
To do so, proceed as follows:
•Remove the water tank and completely empty it.
•Fill the water tank with water again and mix the water as stated in the descaler manufacturer‘s instructions.
•Put the water tank back into the unit.
•Use a small brush to clean the brewing head. Remove the coffee remnants.
•Now place a large container under the brewing head.
•Switch on the unit.
•As soon as it is ready, press „COFFEE“.
•As soon as the container is full, empty it and repeat the process several times.
•After multiple repetitions, switch off the unit for 10 - 15 minutes so that the descaler can achieve
its full effect.
•After that, switch the machine back on.
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•Let the remaining mixture run through once more.
•Remove the water tank and rinse thoroughly.
•Fill the water tank again with fresh water.
•Place a container under the brewing head again.
•Let fresh water run through several times.
•Now fill the water tank with fresh water.
Customer service
If your Graef unit becomes damaged, please contact your dealer or the Graef customer service department.
Trouble shooting
Fault
Possible cause
Repair
Espresso leaks above the
group handle
The group handle is not correctly
inserted.
There are still coffee grounds on
the edge of the group handle.
Insert the group handle so that it
is firmly seated.
The brewing head is dirty.
Clean the brewing head.
The brewing head is defective.
Contact Graef customer service
Remove all the coffee grounds.
The brewing head rubber seal is
Contact Graef customer service.
damaged or worn out.
No water / espresso emerges or
There is no water in the water tank. Fill the water tank.
only in dribs and drabs
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The water tank is not correctly inInsert the water tank correctly.
serted.
The milk froth and hot water nozClose the control.
zle control is open.
Empty the group handle and refill it
with coffee. Make sure you do not
The group handle is plugged up.
press the coffee down too much
and that the coffee is not ground
too fine.
The unit calcifies.
Decalcify the unit.
Brewing head screen is dirty.
Clean the brewing head screen.
Espresso does not have any
The coffee is too old or too dry.
crema
Use fresh coffee grind.
The coffee grounds are too course. Use a finer coffee grind.
Not enough coffee in the group
Fill more coffee grounds.
handle.
Coffee grounds are not sufficiently Press the coffee grounds a little bit
pressed.
more firmly.
Water flows
quickly
through
too
The coffee grounds are too course. Use a finer coffee grind.
The coffee grounds were not Press the coffee grounds a little bit
pressed down enough.
more firmly.
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There are too few coffee grounds
Fill more coffee grounds.
in the group handle.
Very loud pumping noise
There is no water in the water tank. Fill the water tank.
The water tank is not correctly inInsert the water tank correctly.
serted.
No steam
Not enough
frothing
froth
Coffee is too cold
during
The unit is calcified.
Decalcify the unit.
The steam nozzle is plugged up.
Clean the steam nozzle.
The milk is not fresh.
Use fresh milk.
The milk temperature is too high.
The milk should be well cooled before you use it.
The steam nozzle is plugged up.
Clean the steam nozzle.
The milk boiled.
Start again with fresh milk.
Steam nozzle incorrectly positioned.
The cups, filter insert and group
handle are cold.
It is possible that the milk was not
hot enough while making the cappuccino or latte.
Place the steam nozzle approx. 1
cm under the milk surface.
First preheat the cups, filter insert
and group handle.
Reheat the milk, but do not boil it.
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The unit does not work at all
The unit is not connected to the Plug the plug into the electric
mains.
socket.
The brewing head filter is plugged
Clean the brewing head filter.
up.
The unit is calcified.
The indicator lights illuminate but water does not flow
through
Decalcify the unit.
If the unit has stood for a long time
Wait and open all the nozzles once
it is possible that it takes up to 8
so that the air that has collected
minutes until the water flows into
there can escape.
the tank.
Disposal
At the end of its service life, this product must not be disposed through normal domestic waste;
rather it must be disposed at a collection point for recycling electronic domestic refuse. The symbol
on the product and in the operating instructions points this out. The materials can be recycled in accordance with their markings. By recycling, making use of the materials or other forms of recycling
old units you are making an important contribution to protecting our environment. Please ask your
municipal administration about the responsible disposal sites.
Warranty
2 year warranty
Starting with the date of purchase, we assume a 24 month manufacturer’s warranty for defects that
are attributable to manufacturing and material defects. Your legal warranty rights in accordance with
§ 439 ff. German Civil Code-E remain unaffected by this clause. Not included in the warranty are
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damages that have arisen due to improper handling and use as well as defects which have only a
slight influence on the functioning or value of the unit. Furthermore, shipping damages, unless our
responsibility, are excluded from warranty rights. Warranty claims are excluded for damages that arise
due to repairs we or our representatives have not performed. In case of a justified complaint, we will
repair or replace the defective product with a flawless product as we choose.
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Deutschland
Gebr. Graef GmbH & Co. KG
Donnerfeld 6
59757 Arnsberg
Tel: 02932-9703688
Fax: 02932-970390
service@graef.de
Niederlande
Första Nederland BV
Kellenseweg 2a
NL-4004 JD Tiel
Tel: 0031 / 344 61 54 70
Fax: 0031 / 344 62 14 06
info@forsta.nl
Österreich
Emil Pickhart KG
Hosnedlgasse 12
A-1220 Wien
Tel: 0043 / 1-259 71 31
Fax: 0043 / 1-259 62 63
graef@pickhart.at
Großbritannien
EPE International Ltd.
EPE House
Queens Square Leeds Road
Huddersfield
West Yorkshire HD21XN
Tel: 0044 / 1484 450 888
Fax: 0044 / 1484 429 880
sales@epeinternational.com
Schweiz
ASTAVEL GmbH
Lättichstrasse 4 a
CH-6340 Baar
Tel: 0041 / 41 760 45 45
Fax: 0041 / 41 760 61 05
info@astavel.ch
Belgien
J.van Ratingen N.V. S.A.
Stadsheide 11
B-3500 Hasselt
Tel: 0032 / 11 22 21 71
Fax: 0032 / 11 22 97 90
info@vanratingen.com
Dänemark / Norwegen
AK Trading ApS
Froslewej 98
DK-6330 Padborg
Tel: 0045 / 77 - 34 24 00
Fax: 0045 / 77 34 24 09
service@ak-trading.com
Schweden / Finnland
Adesso AB
Förrådsvägen 6
SV-18141 Lidingö
Tel: 0046 / 8 663 40 60
Fax: 0046 / 8 663 40 62
info@adesso.se
Spanien
Índalo Electrodomésticos S.L.
C/Valle de Tormes, 2 Oficinas
96-97
E-28660 Boadilla del Monte
Tel: 0034 / 91 633 89 94
Fax: 0034 / 91 633 89 92
info@indaloelectro.es
Ungarn
Dunartis Ltd.
Hermina u. 74/a
HU-1162 Budapest
Tel: 0036 / 20 417 54 84
info@dunartis.hu
Griechenland
Solino
Alexandrou Papanastasiou 7
Portugal
GR-18534 Piräus
Lusomax
Av. Salguerio Maia, 949-Abóda Tel: 0030 / 21 04 17 32 01
P-2785-502 S Domingos de info@solino.gr
Rana
Tschechien / Slovakei
Tel: 00351 / 214 10 10 06
PRIVEST s. r. o.
Fax. 00351 / 214 10 10 37
Na Zlatnici 301/2
geral@lusomax.pt
CZ-Praha 4, PSC 14700
Tel.: 00420 / 241 410 819
Italien
Fax.: 00420 / 241 410 688
EUROMETALNOVA S.p.A.
graef@privest.cz
Via S. Pio X, 44
IT-31020 S.Vendemiano (TV)
Tel: 0039 / 438 40 07 98
Fax: 0039 / 438 40 04 84
info@eurometalnova.it
Polen
BASTRA Weindich Spółka jawna
ul. Adamieckiego 8
PL-41503 Chorzów
Tel: 0048 / 32 746 91 91
Slowenien / Kroatien
Hermann Sick Werksvertre- Fax. 0048 / 32 770 79 05
info@weindich.com.pl
tung
Briefelsdorf 9A
A-9560 Feldkirchen i.Ktn.;
Tel: 0043 / 42 77 29 04 10
Fax: 0043 / 42 77 29 040 14
office@sick-werksvertretung.at
Estland / Lettland / Litauen
UAB „ARTE DOMESTICA“
Żirmūnų g. 66
LT-09131 Vilnius
Tel: 00370 / 5 205 88 83
Fax. 00370 / 5 203 15 61
info@artedomestica.eu
Entkalkung / Decalcification
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POWER
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COFFEE
STEAM
HOT WATER
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STEAM
HOT WATER
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COFFEE
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STEAM
HOT WATER
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COFFEE
STEAM
HOT WATER
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POWER
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HOT WATER
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POWER
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COFFEE
STEAM
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1,5
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