Coffee Machine
with Thermal Carafe
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
ENGLISH
Article Number
10002103
Power supply
220 - 240 V ~ 50 Hz
Power consumption
800 Watt
Electrical protection class
I
Volume capacity
1 Litre
Net weight
1.59 kg
Removable filter holder and filter
Double-sided stainless steel thermal carafe
On/Off switch with indicator light
Water level indicator
Drip protection
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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OVERVIEW OF DEVICE
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HANDLING THIS DEVICE
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FILLING WATER IN THE WATER TANK
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INSERTING AND REMOVING FILTER INSERT
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INSERTING AND REMOVING THE
PERMANENT FILTER / THE FILTER HOLDER
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USING THE COFFEE MACHINE WITH PAPER FILTERS
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Preparing coffee
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TURNING ON AND OFF
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REMOVING COFFEE
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AFTER BREWING COFFEE
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CLEANING AND CARE
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DECALCIFYING09
FURTHER DISPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS
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SERVICE / WARRANTY
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using electric devices, basic safety precautions must be
observed. To avoid the risk of burns, electric shocks, fire, and/or
personal injury, please read the instruction manual carefully before
using the device, and observe all of the instructions during the
operation of the device.
Store this manual carefully for further use.
Please include this manual when transferring the device to a third
party.
GENERAL INFORMATION
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Electric devices are not toys! Keep children away from this device!
Use this device for its intended purpose only.
This device is suitable for use in private households and not for
commercial use.
Do not leave this device unattended during use or while it is plugged
in.
Switch the device off and pull the power plug when not in use, in case
of malfunction or when cleaning.
Do not carry this device by its power cord.
Keep this device clean and dust-free.
Do not operate this device outdoors.
Check the device regularly for visible damages. Do not use the device
under any circumstances if you discover damages, if it has fallen or if it
does not function properly. Do not try to repair the device yourself.
Repairs may only be done by qualified professionals.
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The power outlet must be located near the device so that it can be
pulled out effortlessly in case of emergency.
RISKS FROM ELECTRICITY:
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The voltage of the device specified on the rating plate must match the
voltage of your electricity network.
Connect the device to an approved installed outlet. Do not use table
power bars or extension cords.
Do not operate this device with a timer or remote control.
Never touch this device, the power cord or the power plug if your
hands are wet or if you are standing on a damp or wet floor.
Do not pull the power cord over or through a sink.
If the outer side of the device becomes wet, pull the plug.
Do not immerse in water.
There is a danger of electric shock from immersion in water or other
fluids!
Keep the device, power cord and power plug away from hot surfaces,
open flame, direct rays of the sun and sharp edges. Make sure that the
cord does not kink during use (e.g. in doors).
When you pull the plug, always pull by the plug and never the cord.
If the power cord becomes damaged, it must be replaced by a
qualified professional in order to avoid hazards. The same applies for
the power plug.
HAZARDS TO PERSONS:
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This device is not meant for persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental abilities or lack of experience and / or lack
of knowledge to be used, unless they are supervised by a person who
is responsible for their safety or have received instructions on how to
use this device.
Children must be supervised in order to ensure that they do not play
with this device.
Children do not recognise the dangers which could occur in dealing
with electric devices. Keep children away from this device. Be especially
careful when using this device if children are in your midst!
Keep packaging materials such as plastic bags and polystyrene parts
out of reach of children. Danger of suffocation!
Make sure when laying the power cord that it cannot be tripped over.
Make sure that the device itself does not become a tripping hazard.
HAZARDS RELATED TO THIS SPECIFIC PRODUCT:
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Use this device only with the accessories included.
Always use this device on an even, anti-slip, heat-resistant and waterresistant surface!
Make sure that this device is not switched on unintentionally and / or
without water.
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Pay attention to the full line markings of this device. Too much water
can cause the excess liquid to overflow.
Make sure that the water tank lid is closed properly during the boiling
cycle. Danger of burns from escaping steam!
Make sure that the device openings and the spout are not near
people, animals or objects because hot steam escapes through the
openings during boiling.
Do not fill any hot water into the water tank and do not fill the water
tank as long as the water tank is still hot. Let the device cool off first
after each boiling cycle.
In order to ensure that the drop stop system is functioning properly,
make sure that the thermal carafe lid is sitting properly on the thermal
carafe and that the thermal carafe is placed correctly under the filter
outlet.
The device parts become hot during operation. Therefore, touch only
the intended operating elements and handles. Danger of burns!
Do not use this device to let any fluids other than water run through
it or to heat up coffee by running it through the machine again. Do
not use the thermal carafe in or on other sources of heat or in the
microwave oven.
When heating during initial use, a smell may occur and then again
evaporate. This is not a defect! Therefore, let the machine run at least
two times without coffee powder.
Do not wash this device or its accessories in the dishwasher.
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OVERVIEW OF DEVICE
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Flap to lift water tank lid
Water tank lid
Brewing head
Brewing head holder
Water tank
Filter holder
Storage plate
Water level indicator
O / I main switch with indicator light
Power cord with power plug
Hinged handle of filter insert
Filter insert
Guide bar
Drip stop
Hinged handle of permanent filter
Permanent filter
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Thermal carafe lid
Drip stop lock
Spout
Recessed grip
Thermal carafe
Pouring button
Carafe handle
Measuring spoon
HANDLING THIS DEVICE
Remove all packing materials / cord ties from device and unwind the power cord
(10) completely.
We recommend that the device be cleaned before first use according to the
following handling instructions, by boiling water twice and then pouring the water
out. In this way, any possible dust or residues from the manufacturing process can
be removed. The thermal carafe (21), filter insert (12), permanent filter (16) and
measuring spoon (24) should once again be washed and dried by hand.
• Place the device on a stable, even, heat-resistant and water-resistant surface.
Make sure that the device cannot slip or tip over.
• Insert the power plug (10) into an approved, properly installed power outlet
which can be reached at all times.
• This device is equipped with a drip stop system (14, 18) which allows some
coffee to be taken during the brewing cycle. The thermal carafe (21) with
the closed carafe lid (17) must again be placed correctly under the drip stop
(14) immediately after taking the coffee in order to prevent the filter from
overflowing. Make sure that the drip stop (14) is placed exactly in the drip stop
lock (18)!
• Once the water has run through, wait to remove the carafe and switch off the
device until the rest of the water has flowed through the filter into the thermal
carafe (21).
FILLING WATER IN THE WATER TANK
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Open the water tank lid (2) using the flap (1) in order to fill the water tank (5).
Fill the water tank (5) with clear, cold water. The thermal carafe (21) can be
used for this.
The amount of water must be between the indicator levels (8) of the water
tank (5). If there is not enough water, the device can overheat. If there is too
much water, it may overflow.
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INSERTING AND REMOVING FILTER INSERT
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Hold the filter insert (12) by the hinged handle (11).
Insert the filter insert (12) into the device so that the guide bar (13) fits into the
guide rail (see arrow marks in the illustration).
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Fold the handle of the filter insert (11) down again (on the edge of the filter
insert).
To remove the filter insert (12) unfold the handle (11) upward and lift the filter
insert (12) out by the handle (11).
ATTENTION! The filter insert (12) is very warm after coffee has been brewed!
Danger of burns.
INSERTING AND REMOVING THE
PERMANENT FILTER / THE FILTER HOLDER
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Insert the permanent filter (16) by its handle (15) into the filter insert (12) fold
the permanent filter handle (15) down.
To remove the permanent filter (16) unfold its handle (15) upward and lift the
permanent filter (16) out by the handle (15).
ATTENTION! The permanent filter (16) is very warm after coffee has been
brewed! Danger of burns.
USING THE COFFEE MACHINE WITH PAPER FILTERS
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A size 4 paper filter can be used in the filter insert (12) instead of a permanent
filter (16).
Preparing coffee
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Put the desired amount of coffee powder into the permanent filter (16) or
in the paper filter. A measuring spoon (24) can be used for this (one level
spoonful, according to taste).
Fill clear, cold water into the water tank (5). Pay attention to the water
indicator level (8)!
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Close the water tank lid (2) again. Press the water tank lid (2) lightly onto the
filter holder (6). The water tank lid (2) will lock in audibly and must remain
closed during coffee preparation! Danger of burns!
Make sure that the thermal carafe (21) is dry on the exterior and place the empty
thermal carafe (21) on the storage plate (7) with its carafe lid (17) closed and
make sure that the drip stop (14) of the filter insert (12) is correctly positioned in
the drip stop lock (18) of the carafe lid (17)!
NOTE: Improper placement of the thermal carafe (21) can lead to overflowing of
the filter insert (12) because then the coffee cannot run through the drip stop lock
(18) into the thermal carafe (21)!
TURNING ON AND OFF
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Switch the main switch (9) to I to turn on the coffee machine. The indicator light in
the main switch (9) will switch on.
To turn off, switch the main switch (9) to 0. The indicator light (9) will then switch
off.
REMOVING COFFEE
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Wait until the coffee stops flowing into the thermal carafe (21) before
removing the brewed coffee.
Take the thermal carafe (21) by the carafe handles (23) from the storage plate
(7).
Press the pouring button (22) down, keep it pressed down and enjoy the coffee
in a heat-resistant container / cup.
AFTER BREWING COFFEE
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Wait until the device has cooled off completely!
Open the water tank (2) by pulling up the flap of the water tank lid (1).
Carefully grab hold of the hinged handle of the permanent filter (15) and lift
out the coffee grounds.
Dispose the coffee grounds appropriately.
If using a paper filter, lift the filter insert (12) by its handle (11) and dispose the
paper filter with the coffee grounds.
In order to remove the thermal carafe lid (17) get hold of both recessed grips
(20) and turn the thermal carafe lid (17) in the direction of OPEN. Remove the
thermal carafe lid (17).
In order to close the thermal carafe lid (17) place it on the thermal carafe (21),
get hold of the recessed grips (20) and turn in the direction of CLOSE. Make
sure that the carafe lid (17) is not sitting tipped or at an angle !
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CLEANING AND CARE
Attention:
Always pull the power plug from the power outlet before cleaning and let the
device cool off completely!
• The device, the power cord and the power plug must not be immersed in water
for cleaning. Use a dry cloth to clean them.
• In case of heavy soiling, the outside of the device can be wiped off carefully
with a damp cloth and then carefully dried off. Make sure that no water
reaches the interior of the device near the areas of the main switch and storage
plate.
• The accessories are not dishwasher safe. Wash them by hand and use a mild
detergent. Dry all accessory parts thoroughly.
• Do not use any harsh cleaning agents, steel brushes, scouring powder or other
hard items for cleaning which could scratch the surfaces.
DECALCIFYING
The device must be decalcified at regular intervals. The intervals depend on the
degree of hardness of the water used and the frequency of use.
The device must be decalcified in order to ensure the safe operation of this device,
especially if signs of calcification are detected.
Use a solution of water and vinegar (no vinegar concentrate!) at a mixing ratio of
3:1 or a commercial decalcifying substance to decalcify. Follow the manufacturer’s
instructions regarding application of the commercial decalcifying substance!
If using vinegar:
• Fill the water tank (5) of the device to the maximum filling level with the
vinegar solution and turn the device on by switching on the main switch (9).
• Allow approximately 1 cup of the vinegar solution to run into the thermal
carafe (21) and then switch the device off.
• Let the rest of the vinegar solution sit in the device for approximately one hour.
• Then turn the device on again, let the rest of the vinegar solution run through
and pour it away.
• In order to flush out the unit afterwards, you should allow 2 to 3 times the
maximum filling amount of water to run through the device.
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DISPOSAL
Used electric household devices
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If you do not want to use your electrical appliance any longer,
return it free of charge to a recycling depot for used electric
appliances.
Used electric devices do not belong in the household garbage (see
symbol).
Further disposal instructions
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Return the electrical appliance in such a condition that its later
re-use or recycling is not adversely affected. Batteries must be
removed in advance and the destruction of parts which contain
fluids must be avoided.
Electrical appliances can contain harmful substances. Improper
handling or damage to the appliance can lead to health problems
or water or ground contamination, when the appliance is recycled
later.
SERVICE / WARRANTY
The warranty period covers 3 years and begins with the purchase date. For proof of
the purchase date please retain the receipt.
The warranty covers defects and malfunctions occurring with normal use during the
warranty period.
Warranty repairs are carried out free of charge.
The warranty is void in case of damages, alterations or improper use of the device,
where these are not the responsibility of the warranty provider. This applies
especially to the following cases:
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Interference with the device by unauthorized persons.
Alterations on or in the device, removing or effacing the serial number, removal
or alteration of the device seal.
Damages due to impact, dropping or external influence.
Damages due to incorrect handling or improper use.
Damages due to external causes, e.g. voltage overload, lightning strike.
Commercial utilization of the device.
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Your legal rights in the case of a defective device (replacement, return, reduction,
compensation) are not restricted by this warranty.
Please keep the original packaging in case of a return for repair.
Repaired or exchanged components are generally covered for the remaining
warranty period of the device.
Should you have any questions relating to this product or to the manual or in case
you should find any deficiencies with this product, please contact our service hotline
directly to discuss further steps.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Please do not send your device to our address without having been requested to.
Always contact our service hotline first.
SERVICE HOTLINE: Phone: +49(0)431 53 039 171
E-Mail: superior@zhg-online.de
ARTICLE NO.: 10002103
PRODUCED FOR:
ZENTRALE HANDELSGESELLSCHAFT - ZHG - MBH,
HANNS-MARTIN-SCHLEYER-STRASSE 2,
D-77656 OFFENBURG,
www.zhg-online.com
MADE IN CHINA
All images serve as illustrations only and do not always show exact representations
of the device.
All rights reserved.
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