∙ In order to avoid hazards, and to comply with safety requirements

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Coffee Maker
Dear Customer,
Before using the appliance, please read the
following instructions carefully and keep this
manual for future reference. The appliance
must only be used by persons familiar with
these instructions.
Connection to the mains supply
The appliance should only be connected to
an earthed socket installed in accordance
with the regulations.
Make sure that the supply voltage
corresponds with the voltage marked on the
rating label. This product complies with all
binding CE labelling directives.
Familiarisation
1. Lid for water container
2. Swing-out filter with filter insert
3. Heat-retaining carafe
4. On/Off switch
5. Rating label (on underside)
6. Power cord with plug
7. Water level indicator
8. Water container
Important safety instructions
∙ In order to avoid hazards, and to
comply with safety requirements,
repairs to this electrical appliance or
its power cord must be carried out by
our customer service. If repairs are
needed, please send the appliance
to our customer service department
(see appendix).
∙ Before cleaning the appliance,
ensure it is disconnected from the
power supply and has cooled down
completely. For detailed information
on cleaning the appliance, please
refer to the section Cleaning and
care.
∙ To avoid the risk of electric shock, do
not clean the appliance with liquids
or immerse it.
∙ Caution: Any misuse can cause
severe personal injury.
∙ Caution: The accessible surfaces
become hot during use and will
remain so for some time afterwards.
∙ This appliance is intended for
domestic or similar applications, such
as the
- staff kitchens in shops, offices and
other similar working environments,
- agricultural working environments,
- by customers in hotels, motels etc.
and similar accommodation,
- in bed-and breakfast type
environments.
∙ This appliance may be used by
children (at least 8 years of age) and
by persons with reduced physical,
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sensory or mental capabilities, or
lacking experience and knowledge,
provided they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning
the use of the appliance and fully
understand all dangers and safety
precautions involved.
∙ Children must not be permitted to
play with the appliance.
∙ Children must not be permitted
to carry out any cleaning or
maintenance work on the appliance
unless they are supervised and at
least 8 years of age.
∙ The appliance and its power cord
must be kept well away from children
under 8 at all times.
∙ Caution: Keep any packaging materials
well away from children – these are
a potential source of danger, e.g. of
suffocation.
∙ Every time the appliance is used, the
main body including the power cord as
well as any attachment fitted should
be checked thoroughly for any defects.
Should the appliance, for instance, have
been dropped onto a hard surface, or if
excessive force has been used to pull the
power cord, it must no longer be used:
even invisible damage may have adverse
effects on the operational safety of the
appliance.
∙ During operation, the coffee maker must
be placed on a level, non-slip surface,
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impervious to splashes and stains.
∙ Do not allow the appliance or its power
cord to touch hot surfaces or to come into
contact with any heat sources.
∙ To prevent the danger of hot water or
steam being emitted, always switch off
the coffee maker and allow sufficient
time for the appliance to cool down
before it is opened or any accessories or
attachments are removed.
∙ Children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
∙ Always remove the plug from the wall
socket
- in case of any malfunction,
- after use, and also
- before cleaning the appliance.
∙ When removing the plug from the wall
socket, never pull on the power cord;
always grip the plug itself.
∙ Do not allow the power cord to hang free;
the cord must be kept well away from hot
parts of the appliance.
∙ No responsibility will be accepted if
damage results from improper use, or if
these instructions are not complied with.
Automatic switch-off
To save energy, the appliance will switch
itself off automatically about 5 minutes after
the brewing cycle is complete.
Aroma function
To obtain a stronger coffee flavour, the
appliance is equipped with a special aroma
function. With this setting, the hot water is
released at intervals. This is especially useful
when preparing smaller quantities of coffee.
To select this function, press the On/Off
switch for about 2 seconds until the indicator
light begins to flash.
Before using for the first time
Before making coffee for the first time,
let the appliance go through two or three
filtration cycles using the indicated maximum
amount of cold water, but without using
ground coffee. This should also be done
if the appliance has not been used for an
extended period of time, and after descaling.
General information
∙ A measuring scale on the water container
facilitates filling the container with the
correct amount of clean water. With
a dual-scale, the left scale is used for
regular-sized cups of approx.125ml, while
the right scale is used for smaller cups.
Make sure that the indicated maximum
amount of water is not exceeded.
∙ Caution: Do not attempt to open the
swing-out filter while brewing is in
progress: there is a danger of scalding.
∙ If several consecutive brewing cycles
are required, switch off the coffee maker
after each cycle and let the appliance cool
down for approx. 5 minutes.
∙ Important note: When filling the
appliance with fresh water shortly after
a brewing cycle is completed, there is
a danger of scalding from hot water or
steam escaping through the water outlet.
Making coffee
∙ Filling with water:
Open the water container lid, fill the
container with the required quantity of water
and close the lid again.
∙ Inserting the paper filter:
Open the swing-out filter and fit the filter
insert, folding down the handle so that it is
properly locked. Insert a size-4 paper filter,
first folding down the perforated sides of
the filter.
∙ Filling with ground coffee:
For each regular-sized cup (125 ml), a
measure of about 6 g (= 1½ - 2 teaspoons)
of medium or finely ground coffee will be
required.
∙ Preparing the glass carafe:
FFit the drip-through lid onto the carafe,
turning it clockwise to lock it, and place
the carafe into the appliance. If correctly
inserted, the lid will disable the drip-stop
mechanism in the swing-out filter during the
brewing cycle.
∙ Starting the brewing cycle:
Insert the plug into a suitable wall outlet
and press the On/Off switch briefly to switch
the coffee maker on. To select the aroma
function, keep the On/Off switch pressed
for about 2 seconds until the indicator light
begins to flash. The filtration cycle starts and
the water passes through the filter.
∙ Removing the glass carafe:
Wait until all the water has passed through
the filter before the carafe is removed from
the appliance.
∙ Switching off the coffee maker:
Always switch off the appliance after use and
remove the plug from the wall socket.
Drip-through lid
During the filtering process and while
pouring the coffee out, the drip-through lid
does not need to be removed and should
remain on the jug. Press the lid-opening
lever to pour the coffee.
Heat-retaining carafe
∙ For technical reasons the lid does not
close hermetically. Therefore always hold
the carafe in an upright position when
filled with coffee.
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∙ Keeping the coffee hot: A heat-retaining
carafe accumulates heat energy.
Therefore the carafe should preferably be
filled to its maximum capacity. If it is only
partly filled, the temperature will not
be held as efficiently. If you rinse out
the carafe with hot water before use, the
coffee will be kept warm for a longer time.
∙ To prevent the risk of scalding, do
not leave the heat-retaining carafe
unattended near where children may
reach it.
∙ Therefore, do not drink out of the carafe
and do not put your hand into it.
∙ Always close the carafe with its lid.
The coffee can be poured out easily by
pressing the lid-opening lever.
∙ Do not wash the heat-retaining carafe
in a dishwasher and do not put it in a
microwave oven.
Descaling
∙ Depending on the water quality (lime
content) in your area as well as the
frequency of use, all thermal household
appliances using hot water need
descaling (i.e. removal of lime deposits)
on a regular basis to warrant proper
functioning.
∙ Any warranty claim will be null and
void if the appliance malfunctions
because of insufficient descaling.
∙ A lengthening of the brewing time and
increased noise during brewing indicate
that descaling of the coffee maker has
become necessary.
∙ An excessive build-up of lime deposits is
very difficult to remove, even when strong
descaling agents are used. It may also
cause the brewing system to leak. We
therefore strongly recommend descaling
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the appliance after each thirty to forty
brewing cycles. For descaling, a vinegar
solution may be used as follows:
Mix 80 ml of vinegar essence with the
indicated maximum amount of cold water.
Pour the descaling solution into the water
container, insert a paper filter into the
filter holder without adding any ground
coffee as described in section Making
coffee, and let the appliance run through
one filtration cycle. Repeat the procedure
if necessary. During descaling, ensure
sufficient ventilation and do not inhale any
vinegar vapours.
To clean the appliance after descaling, let
it run through 2-3 filtration cycles using
clean water only.
Do not pour descalers down enamel
sinks.
Cleaning and care
∙ Before cleaning the appliance, ensure it is
disconnected from the power supply and
has cooled down completely.
∙ To avoid the risk of electric shock, do
not clean the appliance with liquids
or immerse it. The appliance may be
cleaned with a slightly damp cloth, using
a mild detergent. Wipe dry afterwards.
∙ Do not use abrasives or harsh cleaning
solutions.
∙ To remove the used ground coffee,
open the swing-out filter and lift out the
filter insert by its handle. Dispose of the
coffee grounds (as a natural substance
the coffee grounds may be composted).
Rinse out the filter insert and replace it,
folding down its handle so that the filter
insert is properly locked. Close the swingout filter.
∙ Do not dismantle the carafe, do not wash
in a dishwasher and do not immerse it in
water.
∙ Rinse the inside of the carafe with water
and wipe the outside with a clean damp
cloth after use.
∙ To remove any coffee deposits from
the inside of the heat-retaining carafe,
fill it with hot water and add a teaspoon
of dishwasher detergent. Close with
the lid and leave it standing for some
hours. Rinse out thoroughly with water
afterwards.
∙ To clean the drip-through lid, turn it anticlockwise to unlock, take it off and clean
it with hot soapy water; rinse thoroughly
with fresh water afterwards.
This guarantee naturally does not cover
wear and tear, nor breakables such as
glass and ceramic items, bulbs etc. This
guarantee does not affect your statutory
rights, nor any legal rights you may have
as a consumer under applicable national
legislation governing the purchase of goods.
If the product fails to operate and needs
to be returned, pack it carefully, enclosing
your name and address and the reason for
return. If within the guarantee period, please
also provide the guarantee card and proof
of purchase.
Disposal
Devices marked with this symbol
must be disposed of separately
from your household waste, as
they contain valuable materials
which can be recycled. Proper disposal
protects the environment and human health.
Your local authority or retailer can provide
information on the matter.
Guarantee
This product is guaranteed against defects
in materials and workmanship for a period
of two years from the date of purchase.
Under this guarantee the manufacturer
undertakes to repair or replace any parts
found to be defective, providing the product
is returned to one of our authorised service
centres. This guarantee is only valid if the
appliance has been used in accordance with
the instructions, and provided that it has not
been modified, repaired or interfered with
by any unauthorised person, or damaged
through misuse.
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