15000xxx - Manuali Ring V2 P053xx _ Rev00.indd

Operation and maintenance manual
Before using the machine, please read the attached operating instructions.
Carefully read the safety rules.
FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always
be followed, including the following:
1. Read all instructions.
2. Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs.
3. To protect against fire, electric shock and injury to persons do not
immerse cord, plugs, or appliance in water or other liquid.
4. Close supervision is necessary when the appliance is used by or near
children.
5. Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Allow to
cool before putting on or taking off parts, and before cleaning the
appliance.
6. Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug or after the
appliance malfunctions, or has been damaged in any manner. Return
appliance to the nearest authorized service facility for examination,
repair or adjustment.
7. The use of accessory attachments not recommended by the appliance
manufacturer may result in fire, electric shock or injury to persons.
8. Do not use outdoors.
9. Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter, or touch hot
surfaces.
10. Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated
oven.
11. Always attach plug to appliance first, then plug cord into wall outlet.
To disconnect, turn any control to “off”, then remove plug from wall
outlet.
12. Do not use appliance for other than intended use.
13. Save these instructions.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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CAUTION
This appliance is for household use only. Any servicing, other than cleaning
and user maintenance, should be performed by an authorized service center.
Do not immerse machine in water. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock,
do not disassemble the machine. There are no parts inside the machine
serviceable by the user. Repair should be done by authorized service personnel
only.
1 Check voltage to be sure that the voltage indicated on the nameplate
corresponds with your voltage.
2 Never use warm or hot water to fill the water tank. Use cold water only.
3 Keep your hands and the cord away from hot parts of the appliance during
operation.
4 Never clean with scrubbing powders or harsh cleaners. Simply use a soft
cloth dampened with water.
5 For optimal taste of your coffee, use purified or bottled water. Periodic
descaling is still recommended every 2-3 months.
6 Do not use flavored or caramelized coffee.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE POWER
SUPPLY CORD
A. A short power-supply cord (or detachable power-supply cord) is to be
provided to reduce risks resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping
over a longer cord.
B. Longer detachable power-supply cords or extension cords are available
and may used if care is exercised in their use.
C. If a long detachable power-supply cord or extension cord is used,
1. The marker electrical rating of the detachable power-supply cord or extension
cord should be at least as great as the electrical rating of the appliance
2. If the appliance is of the grounded type, the extension cord should be a
grounding-type 3-wire cord, and
3. The longer cord should be arranged so that it will not drape over the counter
top or table top where it can be pulled on by children or tripped over.
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CONTENTS
GENERAL INFORMATION ................................................................................................................... 3
TECHNICAL DATA ............................................................................................................................... 3
APPLIANCE ......................................................................................................................................... 4
ACCESSORIES ...................................................................................................................................................... 4
INSTALLATION .................................................................................................................................... 5
STARTING THE MACHINE ......................................................................................................................................... 5
SETTING THE LANGUAGE......................................................................................................................................... 6
SETTING THE WATER HARDNESS ............................................................................................................................... 6
INTENZA WATER FILTER .......................................................................................................................................... 7
CONTROL PANEL ................................................................................................................................ 8
ADJUSTMENTS ................................................................................................................................... 9
AROMA OPTI-DOSE (ADJUSTS THE COFFEE DOSE PER CUP) ............................................................................................ 9
COFFEE STRENGTH ............................................................................................................................................... 9
DRIP TRAY HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................................. 10
SAECO ADAPTING SYSTEM ................................................................................................................... 10
COFFEE GRINDER ADJUSTMENT .............................................................................................................................. 11
BEVERAGE DISPENSING ................................................................................................................. 12
BREWING WITH WHOLE BEANS
............................................................................................................................... 12
BREWING WITH PRE-GROUND COFFEE ...................................................................................................................... 13
HOT WATER DISPENSING ....................................................................................................................................... 14
DISPENSING STEAM ............................................................................................................................................. 15
MAKING CAPPUCCINO ........................................................................................................................................... 16
MILK ISLAND (OPTIONAL) ...................................................................................................................................... 17
BEVERAGE SETTINGS ..................................................................................................................... 18
QUICK PROGRAMMING .......................................................................................................................................... 18
PROGRAMMING FROM THE “BEVERAGE SETTINGS” MENU .............................................................................................. 18
PROGRAMMING THE MACHINE ....................................................................................................... 20
MACHINE SETTINGS ............................................................................................................................................. 21
LANGUAGE MENU
WATER HARDNESS MENU
ACOUSTIC ALARM MENU
FILTER ALARM MENU
RINSE MENU
MAINTENANCE................................................................................................................................... 22
WATER FILTER MENU
DESCALING MENU
BREW GROUP WASHING
ENERGY SAVING ................................................................................................................................................. 23
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 23
MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................................. 24
DESCALING CYCLE .............................................................................................................................................. 24
BREW GROUP WASHING ........................................................................................................................................ 26
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................................... 27
MAINTENANCE DURING OPERATION .......................................................................................................................... 27
GENERAL MACHINE CLEANING ................................................................................................................................ 27
CLEANING THE BREW GROUP. ................................................................................................................................ 28
ERROR CODES ................................................................................................................................. 29
TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................................................................ 30
SAFETY RULES................................................................................................................................. 31
GENERAL INFORMATION - TECHNICAL DATA
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GENERAL INFORMATION
This coffee machine is suitable for preparing espresso coffee using coffee beans, and it is equipped with a
device to dispense steam and hot water. The machine is designed for domestic use only, and is not suitable
for heavy or professional use.
Warning: no liability is assumed for any damage caused by:
• incorrect use not in accordance with the intended uses;
• repairs not carried out by authorized customer service centers;
• tampering with the power cord;
• tampering with any part of the machine;
• the use of non-original spare parts and accessories;
• failure to descale the machine or use at temperatures below 0°C (32°F).
IN THESE CASES, THE WARRANTY IS NOT VALID.
THE WARNING TRIANGLE INDICATES ALL IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
FOR THE USER’S SAFETY. PLEASE FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY TO PREVENT SERIOUS INJURIES!
HOW TO USE THESE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.
Keep these operating instructions in a safe place and make them available to anyone else who may use the coffee
machine. For further information or in case of problems, please refer to an authorized service center.
For Saeco customer service, call 1-800-933-7876 in the U.S., or 1-514-385-5551 in Canada.
TECHNICAL DATA
Nominal voltage
Power rating
Power supply
Shell material
Size (w x h x d)
Weight
Cable length
Control panel
Water tank
Coffee bean hopper capacity
Pump pressure
Boiler
Coffee grinder
Quantity of ground coffee
Dregdrawer capacity
Safety devices
See label on the appliance
See label on the appliance
See label on the appliance
ABS - Thermoplastic
313 x 372 x 408 mm - 12.60 x 14.57 x 15.75 in
9 Kg - 19.8 lbs
1200 mm - 47.24 in
Front
1.7 liters - 57.5 oz (removable)
250 grams - 8.9 oz of coffee beans
15 bar
Stainless steel
Ceramic
7 - 10.5 grams / 0.25 - 0.37 oz.
14 portions
Boiler pressure safety valve – Double safety thermostat.
Subject to engineering and manufacturing changes due to technological developments.
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APPLIANCE
Coffee bean hopper lid
Coffee bean hopper
Pre-ground bypass doser
Cup stacking surface
Control panel
Power button
Service door
SBS dial
Dispensing head
Dregdrawer
Hot water / steam knob
Brew group
Drip tray + grill
Hot water / steam wand
Milk Island connection
Water tank
Drip tray
Socket for power cord
ACCESSORIES
Pre-ground coffee
measuring scoop and
grinder adjustment key
Intenza water filter
Lubricant for the
brew group
Water hardness test strip
Power cord
INSTALLATION
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STARTING THE MACHINE
Make sure the power button is not pressed and the machine is turned off. Check the machine
features on the label on the bottom of the appliance.
1
Remove the coffee bean hopper
lid.
Fill the hopper with coffee beans.
4
Fill the tank with fresh drinking
water. Do not exceed the “max”
level indicated on the water tank.
Once filled, place the tank back
into the machine.
2
3
Close the lid pushing it down
completely.
5
Remove the water tank.
Install the water filter as
recommended on page 7.
6
Insert the plug into the socket
located on the back of the machine
and insert the other end into a
power outlet with suitable current.
Place a container beneath the hot
water/steam wand.
7
The machine automatically primes the water circuit.
The machine is now ready for use.
Water may not be dispensed into the container.
This should not be considered a malfunction.
Press the main power button to the
“ON” position.
INSTALLATION
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SETTING THE LANGUAGE
When the machine is switched on for the first time, it requires the selection of the desired language.
This allows you to adjust the parameters of the beverages to the typical parameters of the country
where the machine is used. This is why some languages are differentiated also by country.
1
3
2
2.1
language
English
2.1
language
English
self-diagnosis
2.
1.
Select the desired language by
navigating the click wheel with
your finger.
4
When the desired language is
displayed, press
.
5
warming up
Wait until the machine completes
the warming phase.
The machine starts and displays
all the messages in the selected
language.
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medium aroma
espresso
rinse cycle
please wait
Once the warming phase is
completed, a small quantity of
water is dispensed. Wait for this
rinsing to be completed
automatically. Refer to page 21 to
enable/disable the rinsing function.
The machine is now ready to brew.
SETTING THE WATER HARDNESS
The test strip can only be used for one measurement.
1
2
1
Immerse the water hardness test strip
in water for 1 second.
Intenza Aroma System
B
A
2
3
4
Machine water hardness setting
Check the water hardness value and set:
- the machine water hardness level (page 21);
- the Intenza Aroma System (page 7).
C
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INTENZA WATER FILTER
To improve the quality of the water you use, and to extend the life of your machine at the same time, it is
recommended that you install the water filter. After installation, select the water filter function under the
maintenance menu (see page 21). By setting the water filter status to ON, the machine informs the user when
the filter must be replaced.
Remove the water filter from its packaging, immerse it vertically (with the opening facing upwards) in
cold water and gently press its sides so as to let the air bubbles out.
1
3
2
Remove the small white filter from
the water tank and store it in a dry
place sheltered from dust.
4
Set the Intenza Aroma System:
A = Soft water
B = Medium water (standard)
C = Hard water
5
Insert the filter in the empty tank.
The reference mark and the
groove must match. Push firmly
until it is completely inserted.
6
3
maintenance
2.
1.
Fill the water tank with fresh
drinking water and re-insert it into
the machine.
7
Place a container beneath the hot
water/steam spout.
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3.1
filter
1.
3.
Press
.
Select “maintenance” and press the
button.
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3.1.3
activate
execute now
1.
2.
Select “filter” and press
again.
2.
Select “activate” and press the
button.
Turn the knob to the
position.
Water dispensing begins.
When the machine has finished, turn the knob until it is in the rest position ( ). Press
a few times until the
“exit” message is displayed. Then press
. The machine is now ready for use. NOTE: if the Intenza water filter
is not used, insert the small white filter previously removed (see step 1) into the water tank.
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CONTROL PANEL
Access the
programming menu
strong aroma
espresso
Click wheel
Steam button
Brew button
Selects the aroma
(amount of coffee ground
per cup) or selects
pre-ground coffee
Hot water button
• Press the
button twice to make 2 cups.
This operation can be performed up until the grinding of the first cup is complete.
selected
espresso
Press twice
selected
double espresso
• To brew 2 cups, the machine dispenses the first coffee and briefly interrupts dispensing in order to grind
the second serving of coffee.
Coffee dispensing is then restarted and completed.
ADJUSTMENTS
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AROMA OPTI-DOSE (ADJUSTS THE COFFEE DOSE PER CUP)
It is possible to choose three aroma options
(strong, medium and mild) by pressing the
button. These indicate the quantity of coffee the
machine grinds for each beverage. This button is
also used to select the pre-ground coffee function.
strong aroma
espresso
medium aroma
espresso
mild aroma
espresso
SELECT THE AMOUNT OF COFFEE TO
BE GROUND BEFORE DISPENSING
THE BEVERAGE.
pre-ground
espresso
COFFEE STRENGTH
The SBS dial has been carefully designed to give your coffee the fullness and intensity you desire. Simply
turn the dial, and you will notice that the coffee brewed will adjust to the setting selected.
MEDIUM
COFFEE
SBS – SAECO BREWING SYSTEM
SBS adjusts the fullness of the brewed
coffee. The coffee may even be adjusted
while brewing. This adjustment has an
immediate effect on the selected type of
brewing.
MILD
COFFEE
STRONG
COFFEE
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ADJUSTING THE HEIGHT OF THE DRIP TRAY
Adjust the drip tray to the appropriate cup size before selecting the beverage.
The drip tray height is adjustable to fit different sized cups.
To adjust the drip tray, lift it or lower it manually until it
reaches the desired height.
SAECO ADAPTING SYSTEM
Coffee is a natural product and its characteristics may change according to its origin, blend and roast. The
Saeco coffee machine is equipped with a self-adjusting system that allows the use of all types of coffee
beans available on the market (not including flavored or carmelized).
• The machine automatically adjusts itself in order to optimize the extraction of the coffee, ensuring perfect
compression of the beans to obtain a creamy espresso coffee that is able to release all the aromas,
regardless of the type of coffee used.
• The optimization process is a learning process that requires the brewing of a certain number of coffees to
allow the machine to adjust the compactness of the ground coffee.
• Attention should be given to special blends, which require grinder adjustments in order to optimize the
extraction of the coffee (see page 11).
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COFFEE GRINDER ADJUSTMENT
The machine enables a slight adjustment of the coffee grinder. Coffee may be ground according to your
own tastes.
The adjustment must be performed using the small pin located
inside the coffee bean hopper. This must be pressed down
and turned using the supplied grinder adjustment key only.
Press and turn the pin one notch at a time.
You must brew 2-3 coffees before you will taste a difference.
The references located inside the bean hopper indicate the
grind setting.
COARSE GRIND
MEDIUM GRIND
FINE GRIND
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BEVERAGE DISPENSING
COFFEE BREWING CAN BE STOPPED AT ANY TIME BY PRESSING THE
BUTTON AGAIN.
THE STEAM WAND MAY REACH HIGH TEMPERATURES: DANGER OF
SCALDING. DO NOT TOUCH IT WITH BARE HANDS.
Check that all the containers are clean. To carry out this operation, follow the instructions in the “Cleaning
and Maintenance” section (see page 27).
To brew 2 cups, the machine dispenses the first coffee and briefly stops dispensing in order to grind the
second serving of coffee. Coffee dispensing is then restarted and completed.
BREWING WITH WHOLE BEANS
This procedure shows how to brew an espresso. To brew another type of coffee, select it by navigating the
click wheel with your finger. Use appropriate espresso or coffee cups so that the coffee will not overflow.
1
3
2
strong aroma
espresso
Adjust the drip tray according to
the the height of the cup(s).
4
Place one cup if you want one
coffee only. Place two cups if you
want two coffees.
Select the desired beverage by
navigating the click wheel with
your finger.
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strong aroma
espresso
If desired, select the quantity of
coffee to be ground by pressing
the
button one or more
times.
strong aroma
espresso
Press the
button: once for 1
cup and twice for 2 cups. The
machine begins dispensing the
selected beverage.
The machine finishes dispensing automatically based on the quantity determined by the manufacturer. It is
possible to customize this quantity (see page 18).
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DISPENSING BEVERAGES WITH GROUND COFFEE
The machine allows you to use pre-ground and decaffeinated coffee.
Pre-ground coffee must be scooped into the bypass doser positioned next to the coffee bean hopper. Only
use coffee that is ground specifically for espresso machines and never coffee beans or instant coffee.
WARNING: ONLY PUT PRE-GROUND COFFEE INTO THE BYPASS DOSER WHEN YOU WISH TO
BREW THIS TYPE OF BEVERAGE.
ONLY INSERT ONE SCOOP OF GROUND COFFEE AT A TIME. TWO CUPS OF COFFEE CANNOT
BE DISPENSED AT THE SAME TIME.
The preparation of an espresso using pre-ground coffee is shown in the example given below. The
customized option of using pre-ground coffee is shown on the display.
1
2
strong aroma
espresso
3
pre-ground
espresso
insert gr.coffee
and press ok
2.
1.
Select the desired beverage by
navigating the click wheel with
your finger.
4
Select the function by pressing the
button until the pre-ground
option appears. Press the
button to confirm.
A message reminds the user to
insert ground coffee into the
bypass doser.
5
brewing
please wait
Pour one scoop of ground coffee
into the bypass doser using the
measuring scoop provided.
Press the
brewing.
button to start
Note:
• If brewing does not start within 30 seconds from the appearance of the message (3), the machine will
return to the main menu and discharge any pre-ground coffee into the dregdrawer;
• If no pre-ground coffee is poured into the bypass doser, only water will be dispensed;
• If the dose is excessive or if 2 or more scoops of coffee are inserted, the machine will not brew the
beverage, and the coffee in the bypass doser will be discharged into the dregdrawer.
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BEVERAGE DISPENSING
HOT WATER DISPENSING
DISPENSING MAY BE PRECEDED BY SHORT SPURTS OF HOT WATER AND SCALDING IS
POSSIBLE. THE HOT WATER/STEAM WAND MAY REACH HIGH TEMPERATURES: DO NOT
TOUCH IT WITH BARE HANDS. USE THE APPROPRIATE HANDLE ONLY.
1
2
3
selected
hot water
Place a container beneath the hot
water/steam wand.
4
Press the
button.
5
Turn the knob to the
position.
6
brewing
hot water
The display shows “brewing... hot
water”.
7
To dispense another cup
of hot water, repeat this
operation.
Wait until the machine has
dispensed the desired quantity of
water.
When the machine has dispensed
the desired quantity, turn the knob
until it is in the rest position ( ).
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DISPENSING STEAM
DISPENSING MAY BE PRECEDED BY SHORT SPURTS OF HOT WATER AND SCALDING
IS POSSIBLE. THE HOT WATER/STEAM WAND MAY REACH HIGH TEMPERATURES: DO
NOT TOUCH IT WITH BARE HANDS. USE THE APPROPRIATE HANDLE ONLY.
1
2
3
selected
steam
Place a container with the
beverage to be frothed beneath
the hot water/steam wand.
4
Press the
button.
5
Turn the knob to the
position.
6
brewing
steam
The display shows “brewing...
steam”
Heat the beverage by gently
swirling the container while steam
is dispensed.
7
Repeat the operation to
froth another beverage.
After dispensing steam, clean the wand as described on page 27.
When you have finished, turn
the knob until it is in the rest
position ( ).
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BEVERAGE DISPENSING
CAPPUCCINO
DISPENSING MAY BE PRECEDED BY SHORT SPURTS OF HOT WATER AND SCALDING IS
POSSIBLE. THE HOT WATER/STEAM WAND MAY REACH HIGH TEMPERATURES: DO NOT
TOUCH IT WITH BARE HANDS. USE THE APPROPRIATE HANDLE ONLY.
1
2
3
selected
steam
Fill 1/3 of the cup with cold milk.
4
Turn the knob to the
position.
7
Press the
button.
5
.
Immerse the hot water/steam wand
in the milk.
6
Froth the milk by gently swirling
the cup.
When you have finished, turn
the knob until it is in the rest
position ( ).
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strong aroma
espresso
Place the cup beneath the
dispensing head.
Press the
button once:
coffee dispensing begins.
After dispensing, clean the wand as described on page 27.
To brew 2 cappuccinos:
• froth two cups of milk by following step 1 to 6;
• brew two coffees by following steps 7 and 8 (in this case, press the
button twice).
Warning: before using the Milk Island, read the manual and all precautions
carefully for correct use.
Important Note: the quantity of milk in the carafe must never be below the
“MIN” minimum level nor exceed the “MAX” maximum level. Thoroughly
clean all the Milk Island components after use.
To guarantee best results when preparing cappuccino, we recommend using
cold (0-8°C / 32-45°F), partially skimmed milk.
1
Fill the milk carafe with the quantity
of milk desired (between the MIN
and MAX levels indicated).
2
Place the milk carafe onto the base
of the Milk Island. Check that the
light on the base is green.
4
Milk Island - 04
Type MKI001
This device, which may be purchased separately, enables you to easily and comfortably
prepare delicious cappuccinos.
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Milk Island - 08
Type MKI002
MILK ISLAND (OPTIONAL)
3
Turn the knob to the
position.
5
The machine will stop
automatically after steaming
continuously for 2 minutes.
To dispense more steam turn the
knob to the ( ) position and then
back to the
position.
When the desired quantity of froth
has been reached, turn the knob
until it is in the rest position ( ).
Wait for the milk to be frothed.
6
Remove the carafe using the
handle.
7
Gently swirl the carafe and pour
the milk into the cup.
8
Position the cup with frothed
milk under the dispensing head.
Brew coffee into the cup.
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BEVERAGE SETTINGS
Every beverage can be programmed according to your individual tastes.
QUICK PROGRAMMING
You can program the quantity of coffee that will dispense into the cups when any beverage is selected.
Select the type of beverage you want to program, then press and hold the
button until the display shows
(for example):
programming
espresso
The machine dispenses coffee.
When the desired amount is reached, press the
The display shows:
saved
button again.
espresso
The dispensed quantity of coffee is memorized and replaces any previous settings.
PROGRAMMING FROM THE “BEVERAGE SETTINGS” MENU
To adjust the settings for preparing beverages: press the
navigating the click wheel with your finger.
button and select “bev. settings” by
In this phase you can:
exit the programming mode
(see page 20)
1
bev. settings
navigate the click wheel with your
finger to select:
- the quantity of coffee to brew;
- the coffee temperature;
- coffee prebrewing.
restore factory settings
save the new settings
-adjust the quantity of coffee to be ground;
- adjust the coffee temperature;
- adjust coffee prebrewing.
The following page describes how to program coffee beverages; the programmable settings for each beverage
may differ depending on the type of beverage.
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1
2
3
strong aroma
espresso
1
bev. settings
1.
2.
Check that the water tank and coffee
bean hopper are full; place the cup
under the dispensing head.
Press the
button.
Select “bev. settings”. Press the
button to confirm.
4
5
1.1
espresso
1.
2.
medium aroma
espresso
When the settings are
changed, the message on the
display starts flashing.
When the changes are saved
the message stops flashing.
2.
1.
Select the beverage to program.
button to confirm.
Press the
6
button a few times
Press the
to adjust the quantity of coffee to be
ground or select the use of preground coffee. Press the
button to save.
8
7
temp.: medium
espresso
temp.: medium
espresso
espresso
1.
1.
2.
Change the coffee quantity by
navigating the click wheel with your
.
finger; confirm with
9
button for more
Press the
than two seconds to access the
other programmable settings.
2.
Change the temperature setting
(high, medium, low) by navigating
the click wheel with your finger.
Press the
button to save.
10
prebrew: normal
espresso
prebrew: normal
espresso
1.
button to select the
Press the
prebrew setting.
2.
Change the prebrew value (normal, long,
off) by navigating the click wheel with
your finger. Press the
button to
save. Press the
button to exit.
Prebrewing: the grounds are
slightly dampened before
brewing to bring out the full
aroma of the coffee and
enhance the flavor.
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PROGRAMMING THE MACHINE
Some of the machine’s functions can be programmed according to your individual preferences.
1
bev. settings
1 Press the
button.
2 Navigate the click wheel with your finger to:
- select the functions
- change the function settings.
Press the
button to:
- confirm the selection;
- save the new settings.
1
bev. settings
Beverage settings (see page 18)
2 mach. settings
Machine settings (see page 21)
3
maintenance
Maintenance settings (see page 22)
4
energy saving
5 special funct.
Energy saving (stand-by) (see page 23)
Special functions (see page 23)
To exit the programming mode:
exit
1.
2.
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MACHINE SETTINGS
2 mach. settings
2.1
To change the machine operation settings, press the
button, select
“mach. settings” and press the
button. Navigate the click wheel with your
finger.
language
English
2.2 water hardn.
3
Change the display language.
Change the machine water hardness setting.
With the water hardness function you can adjust your machine to the
level of hardness of the water you use, so that the machine will request
descaling at the right time.
Measure the water hardness as shown on page 6.
2.3 acoust.alert
on
Activate/deactivate the acoustic tone each time a button is pressed.
2.4 filter alarm
on
Activate/deactivate the message to replace the water filter. By
activating this function, the machine informs the user when the water
filter needs to be replaced.
2.5
rinsing
on
Clean the internal circuits in order to guarantee that beverages are
only made with fresh water.
This function is enabled as default by the manufacturer.
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PROGRAMMING THE MACHINE
MAINTENANCE
3
maintenance
3.1
button, scroll
To access the machine maintenance programs, press the
button. Navigate the click wheel with
to “maintenance” and press the
your finger:
filter
Access the water filter menu.
3.1.1
filter
litres left
59
Display how many liters of water can still be used
before changing the water filter.
3.1.2
Set the water filter status. This function must be
activated when the filter is installed.
status
off
3.1.3
activate
execute now
3.2
3.3
descaling
Activate the water filter (to be performed when you
install a new filter).
Note: Before starting, place a container beneath
the hot water/steam wand (see page 7).
Access the descaling menu.
3.2.1 descaling
litres left 119
Display how many liters of water can still be used
before the machine requires a descaling cycle.
3.2.2 descaling
execute now
Perform an automatic descaling cycle (see page 24).
group wash
Clean the machine’s internal circuits used for brewing coffee.
3.3.1 group wash
execute now
Perform an automatic wash cycle of the brew group
(see page 26).
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ENERGY SAVING
4
energy saving
4.1
To adjust the energy saving parameters of the machine, press the
button.
button, select “energy saving” (stand-by) and press the
standby
minutes 60
Set the time which must pass before the machine enters the energy
saving mode (stand-by). By default, the turn-off delay time is set to 60
minutes.
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
5 special funct.
This menu provides access to the machine’s special functions.
button to access, select “special funct.” and press the
Press the
button.
5.1 factory set.
execute now
This menu includes a function which allows you to restore all factory
settings. This function is particularly important for restoring the basic
parameters.
Note: all custom settings will be lost and cannot be recovered.
MAINTENANCE
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Descaling cycle
> maintenance > descaling > execute now
This menu performs the automatic descaling cycle. Descaling is necessary every 1-2 months,
when water dispenses more slowly than normal, or when the machine indicates the need to
descale. The machine must be turned on and will automatically manage the dispensing of the
descaling agent.
A PERSON MUST BE PRESENT DURING THIS OPERATION.
WARNING! NEVER USE VINEGAR AS A DESCALER.
Please use Saeco descaling solution in your machine. It has been specifically developed to preserve
performance and functionality throughout the lifetime of the machine and to ensure, with regular use, a high
quality delivered product. Saeco descaling solution should be disposed of according to the manufacturer
instructions and/or the regulations in the country of use.
Note: before starting a descaling cycle make sure that:
1. a container of adequate size is available;
2. the water filter (if inserted) has been removed.
1
2
3
maintenance
3
3.2
1.
descaling
3.2.2 descaling
execute now
1.
2.
1.
2.
2.
Descaling is performed at a controlled temperature. If the machine is cold, you must wait until it has reached the
right temperature; otherwise you must cool the boiler as follows:
If the boiler needs to warm up, the machine does so automatically. When the heating phase is complete, the “open
water knob” message appears. Then proceed as described in step 5.
4
5
6
open
water knob
Place a container beneath the hot
water/steam wand.
Turn the knob to the
position.
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7
8
9
insert descaler
ok to start
When the above message
appears, the boiler is at the right
temperature.
insert descaler
ok to start
Pour the descaling solution into
the tank. Insert the tank into the
machine.
Press the
button to start.
When the solution is finished the
following message appears on
the display:
10
12
11
descaling cycle
please wait
The machine begins to dispense
the descaling solution through the
hot water/steam wand. The
dispensing occurs at predetermined
intervals, in order to allow the
solution settle.
passage
[ 6/15]
fill the
water tank
The intervals are displayed in order
to check the progress of the
descaling cycle.
Remove the water tank, rinse
with fresh drinking water to
eliminate traces of descaling
solution, then refill with fresh
drinking water.
14
15
Insert the tank back onto the
machine.
13
rinse cycle
ok to start
Rinse the machine’s circuits by
button.
pressing the
rinse cycle
please wait
The machine performs the rinse
cycle. During the rinse cycle, the
machine may require the water
tank to be filled.
rinse cycle
completed
When the rinse cycle is finished the
above screen appears. Then the
display shows the maintenance
screen.
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MAINTENANCE
16
Check the quantity of water contained in the tank and,
if desired, install the water filter again or re-insert the
small white filter (see page 7).
When descaling is complete, return to the main menu
to brew beverages.
Turn the knob until it is in the rest
position ( ).
Brew Group Washing
> maintenance > group wash
This function is used to clean the machine’s internal circuits used for brewing coffee.
To rinse the brew group, simply clean with water as shown on page 28. This wash completes the
maintenance process of the brew group. We recommend performing this cycle on a monthly basis (or
every 500 coffees), using the Saeco tablets, which can be purchased separately.
Note: before performing this function make sure that:
1. a large enough container is positioned under the spout;
2. the appropriate tablet for cleaning the brew group has been inserted into the
pre-ground bypass doser;
3. the water tank contains a sufficient quantity of water.
THE WASH CYCLE CANNOT BE INTERRUPTED.
A PERSON MUST BE PRESENT DURING THE OPERATION.
1
2
3
3.3.1 group wash
execute now
insert tablet
and press ok
Please refer to page 22 to access
the “group wash” menu.
Press the
button to confirm.
Insert the cleaning tablet as shown
above.
Press
to start.
4
5
passage
[2/3]
You can check the status of the
cleaning cycle on the display.
group wash
please wait
Wait for the cycle to begin.
6
wash completed
please wait
3
maintenance
The brew group has been washed. To exit
the programming mode, press the MENU
button (see page 20).
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
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MAINTENANCE DURING OPERATION
During normal operation, the “empty grounds” message will appear. This operation must be performed when
the machine is on.
1
2
Remove the dregdrawer.
Empty and clean it.
The message to empty the
dregdrawer is displayed
approximately every 15 coffee
cycles. If you remove grounds with
the machine off or when not
signaled on the display, the count
of coffee cycles is not reset. For
this reason the machine might
display the “empty grounds”
message even when the grounds
drawer is not full.
GENERAL MACHINE CLEANING
The cleaning described below must be performed once a week.
Note: if water remains in the tank for several days, do not use it.
WARNING! Never immerse the machine in water.
1
Switch off the machine and unplug
it.
4
Remove the outer sleeve of the
hot water/steam wand; thoroughly
rinse it under running water, then
re-insert it.
2
Clean the tank and the cover.
5
Remove and wash the wand
support; then re-insert it.
3
Remove the drip tray, empty and
wash it with soap and water. Do
not wash it in the dishwasher.
6
Clean the pre-ground coffee
bypass doser with a dry cloth.
Wipe the display.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
CLEANING THE BREW GROUP
The brew group must be cleaned at least once a week. Before removing the group, remove the dregdrawer
as shown in on page 27.
Wash the brew group with lukewarm water.
Lubricate the brew group after approximately 500 brewing cycles. The brew group lubricant can be
purchased through Saeco or authorized service centers.
WARNING! Do not wash the brew group with harsh or abrasive detergents or chemicals which could
prevent it from operating correctly. Do not wash in the dishwasher.
1
Press the PUSH button to remove
the brew group.
4
Apply the lubricant evenly on both
side guides.
7
The lever on the rear part of the
group must be in contact with
the group base.
2
Wash the brew group and the filter
and dry.
5
Make sure the brew group is in
rest position; the two references
must match.
8
Insert the washed and dried brew
group. DO NOT PRESS THE
“PUSH” BUTTON.
3
Lubricate the brew group guides
using the supplied lubricant.
6
Make sure the components are in
the correct position.The hook
shown must be in the correct
position; to check its position,
firmly press the “PUSH” button.
9
Insert the dregdrawer. Close the
service door.
ERROR CODES
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GUIDE MESSAGE THAT APPEARS
HOW TO REMOVE THE MESSAGE
out of service (xx)
restart to fix…
(XX) identifies an error code.Turn off and after 30 seconds turn
the machine on again to restore normal operation.If the problem
persists, call Saeco or an authorized service center and give the
code (xx) shown on the display.
close coffee bean lid
Close the coffee bean hopper lid to be able to make a beverage.
fill container wth coffee
Put coffee beans into the bean hopper.
insert the brew group
Insert the brew group in its place (see page 26).
insert grounds drawer
Insert the dregdrawer.
empty grounds
This preliminary warning does not stop the machine from
functioning. Proceed until the next message appears.
empty grounds drawer
Remove the dregdrawer and dispose of the used coffee grounds
(see page 27 steps 1 and 2).
Note: The dregdrawer must be emptied only when the
machine requires it and when the machine is turned on. If
you empty the drawer with the machine turned off it will not
reset the count of cycles.
close door
In order for the machine to operate, the side service door must
be closed.
fill the water tank.
The tank must be removed and refilled with fresh drinking water.
empty drip tray
Open the side service door and empty the drip tray located
under the brew group.
WARNING: WHENEVER THIS MESSAGE APPEARS, BE
SURE TO EMPTY THE DREGDRAWER AS WELL.
change the filter
The water filter must be replaced in the following cases:
1. 60 liters of water have been dispensed;
2. 60 days have passed since its installation;
3. 20 days have passed after the machine’s last use.
Note: this message only appears when the filter alarm function
has been set to “on” (see page 21, menu 2.4).
carafe missing
milk island missing
The steam knob has been turned to the
position and either
the Milk Island has not been installed or the carafe is not
positioned correctly. Install the Milk Island or position the carafe
correctly.
Otherwise, turn the knob until it is in the rest position ( ).
descale
A descaling cycle must be performed on the machine’s internal
circuits (see page 22).
stand-by…
Press the
button.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEMS
The machine does not turn on.
Hot water or steam is not dispensed.
Coffee has little crema.
The brew group does not come out.
CAUSES
The machine is not connected to the
power source.
The plug has not been plugged into the
back of the machine.
The hole of the hot water/steam wand is
clogged.
The coffee blend is unsuitable or coffee is
not freshly roasted.
The SBS dial is turned towards the left.
The brew group is out of place.
The dregdrawer is inserted.
The machine grinds the coffee beans
but no coffee comes out.
(see note)
Insert the plug into the machine’s power
socket.
Clean the hole of the hot water/steam wand
using a pin.
Change coffee blend.
Turn the SBS dial to the right.
Turn the machine on. Close the service door.
The brew group is automatically placed in
the correct position.
Remove the dregdrawer first, then the brew
group.
The brew group is dirty.
Rare event that occurs when the machine
is automatically adjusting the dose.
Fill the water tank and prime the circuit
again.
Clean the brew group.
Brew a few coffees as described in the
manual.
The coffee is too weak.
(see note)
Rare event that occurs when the machine
is automatically adjusting the dose.
Brew a few coffees as described in the
manual.
Coffee is brewed slowly.
(see note)
The coffee grind is too fine.
Adjust the grinder to a coarse grind (see
page 11).
The brew group is dirty.
The dispensing head is clogged.
Clean the brew group.
Clean the dispensing holes with a soft cloth.
The opti-dose adjustment is not at the
optimal setting.
Change the opti-dose adjustment (see
page 8).
Coffee leaks out of the dispensing
head.
The machine grinds the coffee, but
coffee does not brew.
The water tank is empty.
SOLUTIONS
Connect the machine to the power source.
Note: If dealing with an initial start-up or if the coffee blend has been changed, a certain number of coffees must be brewed
in order to allow the machine to optimize the parameters.
Please contact Saeco or an authorized service center for any problems not covered in the above table or when the
suggested solutions do not solve the problem.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR THE CORRECT USE OF THE INTENZA WATER FILTER
To correctly use the Intenza water filter, please consider the following instructions:
1 Store the Intenza water filter in a cool area in which the room temperature ranges from +1°C to +50°C (34°F to
122°F). Do not store it in direct sunlight.
2 Carefully read the operating instructions and the safety warnings provided with each filter.
3 Keep the filter instructions together with the manual.
4 These instructions integrate those contained in the manual, as they focus on the specific application of the filter in
the machine.
SAFETY RULES
SOS
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IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
IMMEDIATELY UNPLUG THE CORD FROM THE OUTLET.
ONLY USE THE APPLIANCE
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Indoors.
For preparing coffee, hot water and for frothing milk.
For domestic use.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
• Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
PRECAUTIONS FOR THE USE OF THE MACHINE
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Do not use the machine for purposes other than those indicated above, in order to avoid danger.
Do not introduce any substances other than those indicated in the instruction manual.
During the normal filling of any reservoirs, all nearby reservoirs must be closed.
Fill the water tank only with fresh drinking water: Hot water and/or any other liquid may damage the
machine.
Do not use carbonated water.
Do not put fingers or any material other than coffee beans in the coffee grinder.
Before manipulating the coffee grinder, turn of the machine’s main switch and unplug the cord.
Do not put instant coffee or whole bean coffee in the ground coffee container.
Only use your finger when operating the LCD screen.
CONNECTION TO ELECTRICAL POWER
The connection to the electrical network must be carried out in accordance with the safety regulations in
force in the user’s country.
The machine must be connected to a socket which is:
• compatible with the type of plug installed on the machine;
• suitably sized to comply with the ratings shown on the machine identification plate.
• effectively grounded.
The power cord must not:
• come into contact with any type of liquid: danger of electric shocks and/or fire;
• be crushed and/or come in contact with sharp surfaces;
• be used to move the machine;
• be used if damaged;
• be handled with damp or wet hands;
• be wound in a coil when the machine is being operated.
• Be tampered with.
INSTALLATION
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•
Choose a solid, stationary flat surface (no more than 2° of inclination).
Do not install the machine in areas where water could be sprayed.
Optimal operational temperature: 10°C - 40°C / 50-104 degrees Fahrenheit
Maximum humidity: 90%.
The machine should be installed in an adequately lit, ventilated, hygienic location and the electric socket
should be within easy reach.
Do not place on heated surfaces!
Install it at least 10 cm / 4” from the walls and cooking surfaces.
Do not use in places where the temperature may drop to a level equal to and/or lower than 0°C / 32
degrees Fahrenheit. If the machine has been exposed to such conditions notify the customer service
center, who will have to carry out a safety check.
Do not use the machine near inflammable and/or explosive substances.
The machine must not be used in an explosive or volatile atmosphere or where there is a high
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SAFETY RULES
concentration of dust or oily substances suspended in the air.
• Do not install the machine on top of other appliances.
DANGERS
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The appliance must not be used by children and persons who have not been informed of its operation.
The appliance is dangerous to children. When left unattended, unplug from the electrical outlet.
Keep the coffee machine packaging out of the reach of children.
Never direct the jet of hot water and/or steam towards yourself or others. Danger of scalding.
Do not insert objects through the appliance’s openings. (Danger! Electrical Current!).
Do not pull out the plug by yanking on the power cord or touching it with wet hands.
Warning. Danger of burning when in contact with hot water, steam and the hot water spout.
FAILURES
• Do not use the appliance if a failure has been verified or suspected, for example after being dropped.
• Any repairs must be performed by an authorized customer service center.
• Do not use the appliance with a defective power cord. The manufacturer or its customer service center will
have to replace the power cord if damaged. (Caution! Electrical Current!)
• Turn off the appliance before opening the service door. Danger of burns!
CLEANING / DESCALING
• For cleaning the milk and coffee circuits use only recommended detergents provided with the machine.
These detergents must not be used for other purposes.
• Before cleaning the machine, the main switch must be turned to OFF (0), unplugged from the socket and
cooled down.
• Keep the appliance from coming into contact with splashes of water or immersing in water.
• Do not dry the machine’s parts in conventional or microwave ovens.
• The machine and its components must be cleaned and washed after the machine has not been used for a
certain period.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
For safety reasons, use only original replacement parts and original accessories.
WASTE DISPOSAL
- The packing materials can be recycled.
- Appliance: unplug the appliance and cut the power cord.
- Deliver the appliance and power cord to a service center or public waste disposal facility
This product complies with eu directive 2002/96/ec.
The symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product may not be treated as household
waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and
electronic equipment.
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for
the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this
product. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local city office,
your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
FIRE SAFETY
In case of fire, use Carbon Dioxide extinguishers (CO2).
Do not use water or dry-powder extinguishers.
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EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
EC 2006/95, EC 2004/118,
EC 1992/31, EC 1993/68
SAECO INTERNATIONAL GROUP S.P.A
- Via Torretta, 240 - 40041 Gaggio Montano (Bo) - Italy
declare under our responsability that the product:
AUTOMATIC COFFEE MAKER
SUP 032NR
to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following standards or other normative documents :
• Safety of household and electrical appliances - General requirements
EN 60335-1(2002) + A1(2004) + A2(2006) + A11(2004) + A12(2006)
• Safety of household and electrical appliances - Part 2-15
Particular requirements for appliances for heating liquids
EN 60335-2-15(2002) + A1(2005)
• Household and similar electrical appliances - Electromagnetic fields - methods
for evaluation and measurement EN 50366 (2003) + A1 (2006).
• Household and similar electrical appliances - safety - Part 2-14
Particular requirements for kitchen machines EN 60335-2-14 (2006).
• Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Requirements for household appliances , electric
tools and similar apparatus - Part 1
Emission EN 55014-1 (2000) + A1 (2001) + A2 (2002).
• Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
Part. 3^ Limits - Section 2 : Limits for harmonic current emissions (equipment input
current ≤ 16A for phase) - EN 61000-3-2 (2000)
• Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
Part 3^ : Limits - Section 3 : Limitation of voltage changes , voltage fluctuations and flicker
in public low - voltage supply systems , for equipment with rated current ≤ 16 A for phase
and not subject to conditional connection EN 61000-3-3 (1995) + A1 (2001)
• Electromagnetic compatibility - Requirements for household appliances , electric tools
and similar apparatus - Part 2.
Immunity - Product family standard EN 55014-2 (1997) + A1 (2001)
Following the provision of the directives: EC 73/23, EC 89/336, EC 92/31, EC 93/68
R & D Manager
Gaggio Montano - li, 27/06/2007
Mr. Andrea Castellani
Cod.15001578 Rev.00 del 15-06-08
Type SUP-032NR
Saeco
International Group S.p.A.
Via Torretta, 240
I-40041 Gaggio Montano, Bologna
Tel: + 39 0534 771111
Fax: + 39 0534 31025
www.saeco.com
The manufacturer reserves the right to change the features of the product without prior notice.
© Saeco International Group S.p.A.