Congratulations,
upon the wise choice you have made by purchasing the MUSICA model.
In fact, you are now the owner of not just a simple coffee dispenser, but a true espresso coffeemaking machine which is fully automatic and completely controlled by a microprocessor. This
means absolute reliability and simple to use.
We are certain that our MUSICA model will increase your confidence in Nuova Simonelli and
that you will undoubtedly recommend others to purchase this coffee-making machine, since the
MUSICA model has been chosen to increase the profitability of the coffee shop, thus fully optimising running costs.
This machine has been manufactured in compliance with the EEC directives 89/392, 89/336,
73/23, 89/109 and subsequent modifications.
With best wishes
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Nuova Simonelli S.p.a.
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
C
A
MODELS
MUSICA
NET
WEIGHT
GROSS
WEIGHT
20KG
22 Kg
44.1 lb
48.5 lb
B
HEATING
CAPACITY
1200W
DIMENSION
A
320 mm
B
400 mm
C
430 mm
12.6 inc
15.7 inc
16.9 inc
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CONTENTS
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS .......................................page
1. GENERAL DELIVERY NOTES .............................................page
2. SAFETY INDICATIONS .......................................................page
3. SHIPPING AND HANDLING ................................................page
3.1
Machine Id .................................................................................................. page
4. DESCRIPTION ....................................................................page
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4.1
Description of control panel..................................................................... page
5. INSTALLATION ...................................................................page
6. PROGRAMMING .................................................................page
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
programming doses .................................................................................. page
Coffee dose programming ........................................................................ page
Programming hot water ............................................................................ page
Programming standard doses .................................................................. page
Additional functionse ................................................................................ page
7. USE ....................................................................................page
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
Switching the machine on/off .................................................................. page
Making coffee ............................................................................................ page
Using steam ............................................................................................... page
Making cappuccino ................................................................................... page
Hot water selection................................................................................... page
Tank filling .................................................................................................. page
8. SWITCHING OFF THE MACHINE........................................page
9. MAINTENANCE ..................................................................page
10. CLEANING ..........................................................................page
11. TROUBLESHOOTING..........................................................page
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1. GENERAL DELIVERY
NOTES
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Fig. 1
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In case of damage or missing pieces, immediately
contact the manufacturer or its sales agent in your
area or its insurance company.
2. SAFETY
INDICATIONS
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
The present manual is an integral and
essential part of the product and is to be
delivered to the user. Carefully read all
warnings in the manual as they provide
important information required to install,
use and maintain the unit safely. Keep this
manual in a safe place for further consultation.
After having removed the packaging,
make certain that the unit is not damaged
in any way.
If you have any doubts, do not use the
unit and contact a professionally qualified
person.
Always keep all packaging (plastic bags,
polystyrene foam, nails, etc.) out of the
reach of children as they are a potential
source of danger and never loiter the
environment with such materials.
Before turning on the unit make certain that
the rating indicated on the label matches the
available power supply. The label is located
under the machine work base at the upper
right.
Installation must be performed following the
standards in force in the country where it is
being installed and following the manufacturer's instructions. Only skilled personnel
can install this unit.
The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any damages incurred if the system is
not grounded.
For electrical safety, this machine requires a
ground system. Contact a technically certified electrician who must check that the line
electrical capacity is adequate for the maximum capacity indicated on the unit label.
Fig. 2

The electrician must also check that the
line cables have adequate section to handle the power absorbed by the unit.
Never use adapters, multiple jacks or
extension cords. When such items prove
absolutely necessary, call in a qualified
electrician.
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When installing the device, it is necessary
to use the parts and materials supplied
with the device itself. Should it be necessary to use other parts, the installation
engineer needs to check their suitability
for use in contact with water for human
consumption.
The machine must be installed in compliance with the local health standards in
force for plumbing systems. Therefore,
contact an authorized plumber.
The device needs to be supplied with
water that is suitable for human consumption and compliant with the regulations in
force in the place of installation. The
installation engineer needs confirmation
from the owner/manager of the system
that the water complies with the requirements and standards stated above.
unit must only be used for the pur This
poses described in the present manual.
The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any damages caused by improper, mistaken and unreasonable use.
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The appliance is not to be used by children or persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of
experience and knowledge, unless they
have been given supervision or instruction.
This appliance is for professional use
only.
The operating temperature must be within
the range of [+5, +35]°C.
At the end of installation, the device is
switched on and taken to rated operating
conditions, leaving it in a state in which it
is “ready for operation”.
The device is then switched off and the
whole hydraulic circuit is bled of the first
lot of water in order to remove any initial
impurities.
The device is then refilled and taken to
rated operating conditions.
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The machine and all parts are generally delivered in
palletized cartons. Upon receipt check that:
1. All packaging is intact.
2. The contents are the:
a. Machine.
b. Box of accessories:
b0. Two-cup filter b1. Filter spring
b2. Filter holder b4. Coffee measure
b5. Coffee press b6. Single-cup filter
3. The machine and accessories are not damaged in
any way.
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DANGER OF POLLUTION
3. SHIPPING AND
HANDLING
3.1
CAUTION
DANGER OF IMPACT
OR PINCHING
MACHINE ID
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When communicating with the manufacturer Nuova
Simonelli, always cite the machine ID number.
Before performing the following operations,
make certain that the load is in stable and will not
fall when the straps are cut.
Wearing gloves and safety shoes, the operator
must cut the straps and store the product.
During this operation, see the product technical
features for the weight of the machine being
stored and proceed as necessary.
CAUTION
DANGER OF POLLUTION
Fig. 9
The machine is transported on pallets containing
several machines inside cartons strapped to the pallet.
Operators performing any shipping or handling
operations must:
• weargloves,safetyshoesandoverallswithelasticized cuffs.
Always move pallets using adequate equipment
(i.e. fork lift trucks).
CAUTION
DANGER OF IMPACT
OR PINCHING
During handling, the operator must make certain
that there are no persons, things or objects in
the vicinity.
Slowly lift the pallet approximately 30 cm (11,8
in) off the ground and drive to the loading zone.
After having made certain that there are no
obstacles, things or persons in the way, proceed
with loading.
Once the destination has been reached, again
using adequate lifting equipment (i.e. fork lift
truck) and after having made certain that there is
nothing and no one in the unloading area, set the
pallet on the ground and move it to the storage
area; always carry the load at a height of approximately 30 cm (11,8 in) from the ground.
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Fig. 10
Once the machine has been released from the
pallet or container, do not pollute the environment with these items.
4. DESCRIPTION
1
B0
14
B6
B1
2
B2
B5
3
4
13
5
6
12
7
11
9
8
10
Fig. 11
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b0 Two-cup filter.
b1 Spring.
b2 Filter holder.
b3 Coffee nozzle.
b4 Coffee measure.
b5 Coffee press.
b6 Single-cup filter.
LEGEND
1 Water reservoir.
The reservoir can hold 2.3 liters of water.
Although the unit can operate with any type
of water, the lower the water hardness the
onger the unit will last.
2 Steam knob.
Turn the knob and adjust the jet of steam.
3 Control panel.
4 Insulating socket.
5 Moveable steam nozzle.
Delivers steam to heat liquids in containers.
6 Delivery assembly attachment.
Filter holder housing (b1).
7 Water drain tank.
8 Cup support grill.
9 Pressure gauge.
10 Machine power switch.
11 Light switch.
12 Hot water dispenser wand.
13 Cup warming shelf.
14 Water reservoir hatch.
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B3
B4
5. INSTALLATION
8. Make certain that the water drain tank (7) has
been inserted.
Before installing the unit, carefully read the safety
instructions at the beginning of this manual.
1. Once the machine has been withdrawn from the
packaging, follow the instructions given in the
"GENERAL DELIVERY NOTES".
Make certain that the cup support grill (8) is positioned squarely and is level.
9. Make sure that the steam knob (2) is closed,
facing down.
2. Position the unit on a horizontal surface.
3. Insert the ring (b1) inside the seat of the filter
holder.
10. Make certain that the line voltage corresponds to
the requirements indicated on the label.
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Arrange the accessories as follows:
11. Only insert the plug in the socket if the steam
knob (2) is closed and the mains voltage is the
correct one.
4. Insert one of the two filters (b0 or b6).
12. The preliminary operations have been completed
and the machine is ready to be set up.
Tank Model
5. Open the hatch (14) and take out the reservoir
(1).
6. Especially the first time, wash the reservoir with
soap and water.
7. Fill the reservoir with water and make certain that
the outside of the reservoir is dry.
NOTE: At the start of the day’s activities and in any
case, if there are any pauses of more than 8
hours, then it is necessary to change 100%
of the water in the circuits, using the relevant
dispensers.
NOTE: In case of use where service is continuous,
make the above changes at least once a
week.
8. Return the reservoir (1) to its housing and close
the hatch (14).
Model for Direct connection to the water mains
5. Remove the tube from the hatch (14) on the top
part of the machine.
6. Connect the shaped end of the Teflon tube to the
union on the base of the machine.
7. Connect the other end of the tube with the 1/8”
union to the mains water supply.
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6. PROGRAMMING
6.1
PROGRAMMING DOSES
6.3
•
PROGRAMMING HOT
WATER
Use the relevant procedure to enter the programming function.
To enter the programming mode, proceed as follows:
NOTE: the procedure can be carried out with the
machine on.
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•
.
Press the hot water selection key
Hot water delivery will begin.
Decide the required amount of hot water and
To enter the dose programming mode, it is
necessary to press and hold down the continuous dispensing key
•
•
•
•
for 5 sec.
then press the key
•
To programme the amount of water for each of the
delivery keys, proceed as follows:
• fill the filter holder with the right amount of coffee (the double or single filter holder can be
used, according to the key to be programmed).
• Place the filter holder in the group.
• Press one of the delivery keys:
•
•
Dispensing will commence; once the required
quantity has been poured, press the same key
again.
Press the
mode.
function is active), by pressing the
1.
2.
3.
•
•
key and
key at the same time:
the
again.
The delivery keys will begin to flash.
COFFEE DOSE
PROGRAMMING
ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS
Software block activation to enter the
dose programming mode.
Keypad brightness adjustment.
Dose pre-infusion activation.
key to quit the programming
Press the
mode.
6.4
6.2
6.5
The page for setting operating parameters is opened
from the programming mode (while no dispensing
PROGRAMMING
STANDARD DOSES
It is possible to enter pre-set values for the
group doses and hot water.
To do this, it is necessary to press the key
begins, release the
and hold it down for at least 10 seconds
until the flashing keys switch off.
The doses are:
2CN
CONT.
WATER
40 cc
60 cc
∞
0 sec.
NOTE: Setting a time of 0 seconds for the water
causes it to operate in continuous mode.
key and press the
and
keys together, holding them
down until the Lamp-test is complete.
•
1CN
key serves to enable the software
The
block to enter the dose programming mode (key
lit) or disenable it (key off). To remove a software block for programming, it is necessary to
quit the dose programming mode and follow
these steps: from OFF status, switch the control
unit to ON and as soon as the Lamp-test
key, which flashes, is used to
The
choose the brightness of the keys from the 9
key will
pre-set levels. Pressing the
reduce the brightness setting as far as minimum, to then start again from the maximum
value.
•
key will start the pre-infuPressing the
sion (approx. 3 sec.) for dispensing (key lit) or it
will switch it off (key off).
key to quit the programming
key will quit the parameter setPressing the
ting functions and return to the dose programming
mode.
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7. USE
Before starting to use any functions, the operator
must first be sure to have read and understood the
safety guidelines in this manual.
7.1
Insert the filter in its unit.
Press the desired coffee button:
for 5 seconds; the LEDs on the
switch
delivery keys will switch off and the on switch
LED will flash.
1 coffee
SWITCHING THE
MACHINE ON/OFF
7.2
•
To switch off the machine, hold down the on
Plug the machine into the mains socket; the
Unhitch the filter-holder and fill it with one or two
doses of ground coffee depending on the filter used.
will begin to flash.
By starting up the coffee brewing procedure the
unit’s pump is activated and the unit’s solenoid
valve is opened.
By pressing it, the button will turn on and signal
the operation.
Replace, if necessary, using the relevant tool.
•
•
NOTE: when in pause, leave the filter-holder inserted in the unit so that it will keep warm.
To guarantee the utmost thermic stability
during use, the delivery units are thermocompensated with complete hot water circulation.
for 2 seconds.
Hold down the on switch
The fact that the machine is operating is shown
by the LED of the on switch
delivery keys, which remain lit.
and all
7.3
Fig. 14
The coffee doser (b4) when filled to the brim, provides the right amount for a single coffee. Put the
coffee in the doser (b4) into the single filter (b6) or put
2 lots of coffee from the doser (b4) into the double
filter (b0).
Fig. 13
NOTE: once the auto diagnosis has been completed all the keys are activated.
Press the coffee with the provided coffee presser, dust off any coffee residue from the rim of the
filter (this way the rubber gasket will last longer).
USING STEAM
CAUTION
DANGER OF BURNS
While using the steam nozzle, you must pay
attention to not place your hands beneath it or
touch just after it has been used.
To use the steam function, simply push the relevant
lever (Fig. 16).
When pushed all the way, the lever remains blocked
in the maximum dispensing position; when pulled, the
lever automatically returns to its place.
WARNING
For electronic card maintenance, turn the
machine off by means of the external main switch
or disconnect the plug.
Fig. 16
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LED of the on switch
MAKING COFFEE
2 coffees continued coffee
10.
CLEANING
Except for cleaning of dispensing assembly (6) shown in the table below – any other form of cleaning
must be performed when the unit is in a condition of
zero energy (off and unplugged from the power supply) and only after the hot parts have cooled to room
temperature. See the table below:
N°
Item to be cleaned
1
Steam nozzle
Part N°
FREQUENCY
immediately after use
daily
weekly
2
Filter and filter holder
3
Outside of the machine
a
4
Grill
8
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5
b2, b0, b6
5
Liquid tank
7
6
Water reservoir
1
7
Dispensing spout
6
8
Gasket on the dispenser
assembly
6
9
Dispenser assembly
6
1. Cleaning the steam nozzle.
Use a cloth dipped in hot water and/or a neutral
detergent.
2. Cleaning the filter and filter holder.
- If necessary use a tool to pry the filter (b0/b6) out
of the filter holder (b2).
- Rinse under a jet of water (tap) and dry.
- If necessary, use a small brush to clean out the
filter.
3. Cleaning the outside of the machine.
- Never use any sort of solvent to clean the outside of the machine; use only a cloth dipped in
hot water and a neutral soap.
4) Cleaning the grill.
- Brush the grill clean with hot water and soap.
5) Cleaning the liquid tank:
- Clean the liquid tank with hot water and soap, if
necessary using a brush.
NOTE: the liquid tank can be washed in the
dishwasher.
CAUTION: never use any sort of solvent.
6. Cleaning the water reservoir.
- Use soap and water and rinse thoroughly.
NOTE: if for any reason the water has left undesired scale, wash out with a swab.
7. Cleaning the dispensing spout.
- CAUTION: DANGER OF BURNS: this operation
is performed with the unit on and for this reason
requires utmost care.
- Clean the holes in the dispensing spout using a
brush with slightly stiff bristles.
- Press the dispensing button (19) to unplug the
holes.
8. Cleaning the gasket on the dispenser assembly.
- Use a small brush to clean away any scale or
coffee residues from the gasket on the dispenser
assembly.
9. Cleaning the dispenser assembly.
- Use a small brush to clean away any scale or
coffee residues from the dispenser assembly
spout.
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11.
TROUBLESHOOTING
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If your expresso coffee maker is not functioning properly, see if you can find the problem in the troubleshooting list below.
Also reread the corresponding sections in the user's manual.
Problem
Remedy
The machine does not prepare the expresso coffee.
Check whether the reservoir empty light is on:
no water in the reservoir, or reservoir not inserted correctly.
The coffee has been ground too fine or has been pressed too hard.
The spout is plugged.
Scale must be removed from the machine.
The coffee comes out of the sides of the filter holder.
The filter holder was not inserted correctly.
The filter holder was not tightened enough.
Clean coffee grinds away from the gasket (see the section on cleaning).
There is too little or no "cream".
Check the amount of coffee: the measure must be filled level.
The machine is not hot: is the heating element off?
The coffee has not been ground fine enough.
The coffee in the filter has not been pressed correctly.
The coffee is not fresh.
The water is not fresh.
The "cream" is too dark and/or the coffee has a burnt flavor.
The coffee has been ground too fine.
The coffee has been pressed too hard.
Too much coffee has been measured.
The coffee is not hot enough.
The hot water passes through the filter too quickly. It takes 25-40 seconds to make
2 cups.
The coffee in the filter has not been pressed correctly.
The coffee has not been ground fine enough.
The filter holder is cold. The filter holder should always left inserted in the machine
while the unit is heating up and during use so it remains hot.
The cups are cold. The cups must be placed on the heated shelf or preheated with
hot water prior to use.
The boiler safety thermostat has cut in: contact the nearest service center.
The pump does not suck water from the tank.
Open the steam nozzle (2) and press the coffee key (18) repeatedly.
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MAIN SWITCH
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FLOW METER
TANK LEVEL SENSOR
PUMP
HOT WATER ELECTROVALVE
COFFEE DELIVERY ELECTROVALVE
LEVEL ELECTROVALVE
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ELECTROVÁLVULA EROGADOR
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PROBES TANK
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HEAT EXCHANGER
BOILER
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SYSTEM VALVE
SAFETY VALVE
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WASSERTANK
SONDEN TANK
PUMPE
RÜCKSCHLAGVENTIL
MAGNETVENTIL FÜLLSTAND
WÄRMEAUSTAUSCHER
BOILER
HEIZELEMENT
SYSTEMVENTIL
SICHERHEITSVENTIL
DRUCKSCHALTER
ANTIVAKUUM- VENTIL
FÜLLSTANDSONDE
MAGNETVENTIL AUSGUSS
GRUPPE
AUSDEHNUNGSVENTIL
MAGNETVENTIL HEISSWASSER
MANOMETER BOILER
DURCHFLUSSMESSER
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DEPÓSITO AGUA
SONDAS DEPÓSITO
BOMBA
VÁLVULA SIN RETORNO
ELE ELECTROVÁLVULA NIVEL
INTERCAMBIADOR DE CALOR
CALENTADOR
ELEMENTO CALENTADOR
VÁLVULA DE SISTEMA
VÁLVULA DE SEGURIDAD
PRESOSTATO
VÁLVULA ANTI-VACÍO
SONDA DE NIVEL
ELE ELECTROVÁLVULA
EROGACIÓN
GRUPO
VÁLVULA DE EXPANSIÓN
ELE ELECTROVÁLVULA AGUA
CALIENTE
MANÓMETRO CALENTADOR
MEDIDOR DE CAPACIDAD
RESERVOIR EAU
SONDES RESERVOIR
POMPE
SOUPAPE DE NON RETOUR
ELECTROVANNE NIVEAU
ECHANGEUR DE CHALEUR
CHAUFFE-EAU
ELEMENT DE RECHAUFFEMENT
SOUPAPE DE SYSTEME
SOUPAPE DE SURETE
PRESSOSTAT
SOUPAPE ANTI-VIDE
SONDE DE NIVEAU
ELECTROVANNE DISTRIBUTION
GROUPE
SOUPAPE D’EXPANSION
ELECTROVANNE EAU CHAUDE
MANOMETRE CHAUFFE-EAU
MESUREUR DE DEBIT
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