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Cybercino
User Manual
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Cybercino Features Diagram
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Features
No
Description
1
Mains on/off switch
2
Top Tray
3
Beans Hopper
4
Decaf Chute
5
Display
6
Control Buttons
7
Steam Knob
8
Hot Water Nozzle
9
Steam Pipe
10
Sight Gauge
11
Milk Supply Pinch Valve
12
Pressure Gauge
13
Milk Dispense Beak
14
Coffee Dispense Beak
15
Dispense Beak Cowling
16
Grinds Bin
17
Air Valve for Autofrother
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Buttons
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10
No.
09
08
07
xxxxxxx
x
06
05
04
03
02
Function
Operations
1
Power On/Off
Use button to power machine on & off
2
Decaffeinated
Press button once to open flap of decaf chute. Cybercino will
make coffee automatically when flap is closed.
Coffee
xxxx
x
3
Espresso
Press button once for a single espresso, twice for two
espressos.
4
Black Coffee
Press button once for a single black coffee, twice for two black
coffees.
5
Latte
Press button once for a single latte, twice for two lattes.
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Cappuccino
Press button once for a single cappuccino, twice for two
cappuccinos.
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Star Button / MultiFunction
Cleaning – during start-up press this button to rinse machine
when prompted.
Emergency Stop – press this button during machine cycle to
halt the machine and drop it into safe mode.
8
Large
Press button immediately after choosing drink to make a large
drink.
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Foamed Milk
Press this button once to deliver foamed milk at the milk
outlet.
10
Steamed Milk
Press this button once to deliver foamed steamed at the milk
outlet.
11
Hot Water
Press button once to deliver a measured amount of water from
the outlet. Press during delivery to cancel.
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SECTION 01 - Start Up
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Installation and First Start
a. Connections to establish:
1. Water – connection to cold water inlet with shut off valve.
2. Electricity – power socket connection, fused, with at-socket shut off.
3. Waste pipe – outlet for waste liquids from drip tray
4. Milk inlet – the tube needs to be connected between the milk foamer, through the pinch
valve and into a milk container (counter top refrigerator, or similar).
5. Grinds – OPTIONAL ... if not using the grinds bin, but employing a general through-fall
bin, ensure that the counter top has a clear path through from the machine to the bin.
b. Once connections have been established, attach the bean hopper. With the bean flap shut.
c. Fill the hopper with beans and attach the hopper lid.
d. Open the bean flap.
e. Switch on the water.
f.
Switch on the power.
g. Switch on the machine using button 01. (see button definitions)

The machine will then start to warm up.

The LCD display will display “WARMING” during this period, and the all of the function
buttons will flash.

Once the machine is warm, the buttons will stop flashing and it will prompt the operator to
“PRESS RINSE”
h. Press button 11 to complete the start up cycle and rinse the machine.
i.
When the LCD displays “CHOOSE DRINK” the machine is ready for use.
j.
To configure the machine, follow the procedure as outlined in Section 03 – Configuration
Mode.
NOTES:
1. Ensure that the Cybercino is installed and maintained by a Fracino Ltd approved engineer.
For more information contact Fracino Ltd on 0121 328 7575.
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2. Ensure that the Cybercino is installed on a counter top that is able to accommodate the
machine’s size and weight. Ensure that there is suitable space surrounding the machine for a
counter-top refrigerator.
3. If installing a Cybercino with a drop-through grinds configuration, ensure that the counter
top accommodates such a method.
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Subsequent Start-Ups
a. Press button 01 to power up the machine

The machine will then start to warm up.

The LCD display will display “WARMING” during this period.

Once the machine is warm, it will prompt the operator to “PRESS RINSE”
b. Press button 11 to complete rinse cycle of the machine.
c. When the LCD displays “CHOOSE DRINK” the machine is ready for use.
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SECTION 02 - General Use
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Beans
Ensure that the hopper contains whole roasted beans. If the level appears to be low, top up the
hopper with fresh, whole beans. Do not put ground coffee into the hopper, only whole beans.
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Water
The machine should be plumbed in when it is installed. If water is not passing through the
machine, check to see if the plumbing connections are in place and the valves are open. Are
there any blockages?
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Milk
For automatic steamed and foamed milk production in drinks, the milk inlet needs to submerged
into the milk container in the neighbouring refrigerator unit. Ensure that the milk is fresh, cold,
and that there is enough in the container.
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Drink Selection
A variety of drinks can be made using the Cybercino (these are listed below). These are achieved
by simply pressing a series of buttons. The drinks produced will therefore be consistent.
#
Drink
Button Sequence
Further Actions
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1 x Regular Cappuccino
[06]
Place one regular cappuccino cup on drip tray.
2
2 x Regular Cappuccino
[06] [06]
Place two regular cappuccino cups on drip tray.
3
1 x Large Cappuccino
[08] [06]
Place one large cappuccino cup on drip tray.
4
1 x Decaf Regular Cappuccino
[02] [06]
Open decaf flap after pressing buttons, insert one pre-ground
decaf shot of coffee, close flap, place one regular cappuccino cup
on drip tray.
5
1 x Single Espresso
[03]
Place one single espresso cup on drip tray.
6
2 x Single Espresso
[03] [03]
Place two single espresso cups on drip tray.
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1 x Double Espresso
[03] [03]
Place one double espresso cup on drip tray.
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1 x Decaf Single Espresso
[02] [03]
Open decaf flap after pressing buttons, insert one pre-ground
decaf shot of coffee, close flap, place one single espresso cup on
drip tray.
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1 x Regular Latte
[05]
Place one regular latte cup on drip tray.
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2 x Regular Latte
[05] [05]
Place two regular latte cups on drip tray.
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1 x Large Latte
[10] [05]
Place one large latte cup on drip tray.
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1 x Decaf Regular Latte
[02] [05]
Open decaf flap after pressing buttons, insert one pre-ground
decaf shot of coffee, close flap, place one regular latte glass on
drip tray.
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1 x Regular Black Coffee
[04]
Place one regular coffee mug on drip tray.
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2 x Regular Black Coffee
[04] [04]
Place two regular coffee mugs on drip tray.
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1 x Large Black Coffee
[08] [04]
Place one large coffee mug on drip tray.
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1 x Decaf Regular Black Coffee
[02] [04]
Open decaf flap after pressing buttons, insert one pre-ground
decaf shot of coffee, close flap, place one regular coffee mug on
drip tray.
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1 x Regular Tea
[11]
Place tea bag in cup and place on drip tray under hot water outlet.
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1 x Hot Chocolate Smooth
[10]
Place chocolate syrup in cup and place cup on drip tray. Top up
with steamed milk.
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1 x Hot Chocolate Foamy
[09]
Place chocolate syrup in cup and place cup on drip tray. Top up
with foamed milk.
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SECTION 03 – Configuration Mode
To enter the configuration mode, press the following buttons:
A. If the machine is already powered on ...
a. Press button 01 to power the machine off.
b. Press and hold button 07 and then simultaneously press button 01.
c. As the machine starts up it will enter into configuration mode, with “CYBERCINO
CONFIGURATION” displayed on the LCD
d. The machine can now be configured.
SEQUENCE:
[01] power the machine off
[07-hold] + [01] continue to hold until display
confirms configuration mode selected
B. If the machine is powered off ...
a. Press and hold button 07 and then simultaneously press button 01.
b. As the machine starts up it will enter into configuration mode, with “CYBERCINO
CONFIGURATION” displayed on the LCD.
c. The machine can now be configured.
SEQUENCE:
[07-hold] + [01] continue to hold until display
confirms configuration mode selected
1. To configure the grinds volume for a regular shot (puck size for a single shot)
a. In general configuration mode, press and hold button 02, and then press button 03.
This will enter the grinder configuration mode.
b. Adjust the grind time using buttons 11 (+) and 10 (-)
c. Press button 02 to test the grinder at the newly adjusted setting
i.
This grinder setting will be applied to all drinks employing a single shot grind in drink
production.
d. Press button 07 to store the settings and exit the grinder configuration mode.
SEQUENCE:
[02-hold] + [03] enter grinder configuration mode
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[11] to increase grind time
[10] to reduce grind time
[02] to test
[07] exit grinder configuration mode
2. To configure an espresso
a. In general configuration mode, press button 03. This will enter the espresso
configuration mode.
b. Press button 03 again to step through the espresso configuration. The first stage is
the grind (preset by the grinder configuration mode).
c. If this is acceptable, press button 03 again.
d. The next stage is the water volume. To start the brew press button 03 and allow the
counter to cycle up.
e. When the correct volume has been reached, press button 03 again.
f. The setting will be stored. To confirm that this is acceptable, press button 02 to
produce a test espresso.
g. Press button 07 to exit espresso configuration mode.
SEQUENCE:
[03] to enter espresso configuration
[03] step 1, grind time
[03] step 2, water time start
[03] step 2, water time stop
[02] test espresso
[07] exit espresso configuration
3. To configure a black coffee
a. In general configuration mode, press button 04. This will enter the black coffee
configuration mode.
b. Press button 04 again to step through the black coffee configuration. The first stage
is the grind (preset by the grinder configuration mode).
c. If this is acceptable, press button 04 again.
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d. The next stage is the water volume. To start the brew press button 04 and allow the
counter to cycle up.
e. When the correct volume has been reached, press button 04 again.
f. The setting will be stored. To confirm that this is acceptable, press button 02 to
produce a test black coffee.
g. Press button 07 to exit black coffee configuration mode.
SEQUENCE:
[04] to enter black coffee configuration
[04] step 1, grind time
[04] step 2, water time start
[04] step 2, water time stop
[02] test black coffee
[07] exit black coffee configuration
4. To configure a latte
a. In general configuration mode, press button 05. This will enter the latte
configuration mode.
b. Press button 05 again to step through the latte configuration. The first stage is the
grind (preset by the grinder configuration mode).
c. If this is acceptable, press button 05 again.
d. The next stage is the water volume. To start the brew press button 05 and allow the
counter to cycle up.
e. When the correct volume has been reached, press button 05 again.
f. The next stage is the milk volume. To start the milk flow press button 05 and allow
the counter to cycle up.
g. When the correct volume of steamed milk has been reached, press button 05 again.
h. The settings will be stored. To confirm that this is acceptable, press button 02 to
produce a test latte.
i. Press button 07 to exit latte configuration mode.
SEQUENCE:
[05] to enter latte configuration
[05] step 1, grind time
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[05] step 2, water time start
[05] step 2, water time stop
[05] step 3, milk time start
[05] step 3, milk time stop
[02] test latte
[07] exit latte configuration
5. To configure a cappuccino
a. In general configuration mode, press button 06. This will enter the cappuccino
configuration mode.
b. Press button 06 again to step through the cappuccino configuration. The first stage is
the grind (preset by the grinder configuration mode).
c. If this is acceptable, press button 06 again.
d. The next stage is the water volume. To start the brew press button 06 and allow the
counter to cycle up.
e. When the correct volume has been reached, press button 06 again.
f. The next stage is the milk volume. To start the milk flow press button 06 and allow
the counter to cycle up.
g. When the correct volume of foamed milk has been reached, press button 06 again.
h. The settings will be stored. To confirm that this is acceptable, press button 02 to
produce a test cappuccino.
i. Press button 07 to exit cappuccino configuration mode.
SEQUENCE:
[06] to enter cappuccino configuration
[06] step 1, grind time
[06] step 2, water time start
[06] step 2, water time stop
[06] step 3, milk time start
[06] step 3, milk time stop
[02] test cappuccino
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[07] exit cappuccino configuration
6. To configure a large black coffee
a. In general configuration mode, press button 08, followed by button 04. This will
enter the large black coffee configuration mode.
b. Press button 04 again to step through the large black coffee configuration. The first
stage is the grind (preset by the grinder configuration mode).
c. If this is acceptable, press button 04 again.
d. The next stage is the water volume. To start the brew press button 04 and allow the
counter to cycle up.
e. When the correct volume has been reached, press button 04 again.
f. The setting will be stored. To confirm that this is acceptable, press button 02 to
produce a test large black coffee.
g. Press button 07 to exit black coffee configuration mode.
SEQUENCE:
[08] to prefix the configuration for large
[04] to enter large black coffee configuration
[04] step 1, grind time
[04] step 2, water time start
[04] step 2, water time stop
[02] test large black coffee
[07] exit large black coffee configuration
7. To configure a large latte
a. In general configuration mode, press button 07 followed by button 05. This will enter
the large latte configuration mode.
b. Press button 05 again to step through the large latte configuration. The first stage is
the grind (preset by the grinder configuration mode).
c. If this is acceptable, press button 05 again.
d. The next stage is the water volume. To start the brew press button 05 and allow the
counter to cycle up.
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e. When the correct volume has been reached, press button 05 again.
f. The next stage is the milk volume. To start the milk flow press button 05 and allow
the counter to cycle up.
g. When the correct volume of steamed milk has been reached, press button 05 again.
h. The settings will be stored. To confirm that this is acceptable, press button 02 to
produce a test large latte.
i. Press button 07 to exit large latte configuration mode.
SEQUENCE:
[08] to prefix the configuration for large
[05] to enter large latte configuration
[05] step 1, grind time
[05] step 2, water time start
[05] step 2, water time stop
[05] step 3, milk time start
[05] step 3, milk time stop
[02] test large latte
[07] exit large latte configuration
8. To configure a large cappuccino
a. In general configuration mode, press button 08 followed by button 06. This will
enter the large cappuccino configuration mode.
b. Press button 06 again to step through the large cappuccino configuration. The first
stage is the grind (preset by the grinder configuration mode).
c. If this is acceptable, press button 06 again.
d. The next stage is the water volume. To start the brew press button 06 and allow the
counter to cycle up.
e. When the correct volume has been reached, press button 06 again.
f. The next stage is the milk volume. To start the milk flow press button 06 and allow
the counter to cycle up.
g. When the correct volume of foamed milk has been reached, press button 06 again.
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h. The settings will be stored. To confirm that this is acceptable, press button 02 to
produce a test large cappuccino.
i. Press button 07 to exit large cappuccino configuration mode.
SEQUENCE:
[08] to prefix the configuration for large
[06] to enter large cappuccino configuration
[06] step 1, grind time
[06] step 2, water time start
[06] step 2, water time stop
[06] step 3, milk time start
[06] step 3, milk time stop
[02] test large cappuccino
[07] exit large cappuccino configuration
9. To configure the hot water dispensed
a. In general configuration mode, press button 11. This will enter the hot water
configuration mode.
b. Press button 11 to start the water. The counter will begin to cycle up.
c. When an acceptable volume has been reached, press button 11 to stop the water.
d. The settings will be stored. To confirm that this is acceptable, press button 02 to
produce a test hot water.
e. Press button 07 to exit the hot water configuration mode.
SEQUENCE:
[11] to enter hot water configuration
[11] water start
[11] water stop
[02] test hot water
[07] exit hot water configuration
10. To configure the steamed milk dispensed
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a. In general configuration mode, press button 10. This will enter the steamed milk
configuration mode.
b. Press button 10 to start the milk flow. The counter will begin to cycle up.
c. When an acceptable volume has been reached, press button 10 to stop the milk.
d. The settings will be stored. To confirm that this is acceptable, press button 02 to
produce a test steamed milk.
e. Press button 07 to exit the steamed milk configuration mode.
SEQUENCE:
[10] to enter steamed milk configuration
[10] milk start
[10] milk stop
[02] test steamed milk
[07] exit steamed milk configuration
11. To configure the foamed milk dispensed
a. In general configuration mode, press button 09. This will enter the foamed milk
configuration mode.
b. Press button 09 to start the milk flow. The counter will begin to cycle up.
c. When an acceptable volume has been reached, press button 09 to stop the milk.
d. The settings will be stored. To confirm that this is acceptable, press button 02 to
produce a test foamed milk.
e. Press button 07 to exit the foamed milk configuration mode.
SEQUENCE:
[09] to enter foamed milk configuration
[09] milk start
[09] milk stop
[02] test foamed milk
[07] exit foamed milk configuration
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SECTION 04 - Cleaning
It is recommended that basic cleaning is done on a daily basis.
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Cleaning the coffee machine
o
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Clearing the grinds bin
o
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Ensure that the grinds bin is regularly emptied (the machine will remind you to do so).
However, ensure that the bin has the used grinds removed from it, and the container is
washed to remove residue and build up for old grinds.
Milk frothing unit (tube, unit and beak)
o
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Wipe the outer casing of the machine with a soft damp cloth (DO NOT USE A SCOURING
PAD)
At the end of a day’s use, ensure that the milk tube and beak are cleaned using the
supplied milk cleaner. A small dose of this mixed with water should be placed in a cup
and the milk tube placed inside. Then steamed milk should be selected, and the cleaning
solution be allowed to pass through the milk frothing unit. This should be repeated until
all residue is removed from the unit. If this is not done, then milk residue will build up
inside and cause blockages.
Coffee beak cleaning
o
The machine will automatically initiate a cleaning cycle after a set number of cups. The
procedure should be followed as per the instructions.
o
In general use, press button 11 to start a cleaning cycle. The machine will ask you to
open the decaf flap and insert a cleaning tablet. Do this and place one of the tablets in
the machine.
o
The machine will then conduct a cleaning cycle. This will take approximately 3 minutes.
o
The machine will not be able to be used when it is in cleaning mode. The machine will
return to its normal operating state once cleaning is completed.
Drip tray cleaning
o
The drip tray is in two sections – upper and lower. Both can be removed from the
machine for cleaning. These should be regularly removed and washed with soap and
water to ensure no blockages are caused by stray coffee grinds, milk residue or other
substances.
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Hopper
o
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Ensure that the bean hopper is kept clean (coffee dust will cause blockages and will
reduce the quality of the coffees produced). Make sure nothing other than coffee goes
into the hopper. If it does, switch off the machine and then remove the offending article
from the hopper before it reaches the grinder.
Steam Pipe.
o
The steam pipe should be cleaned with warm soapy water.
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WARNING
THIS MACHINE CONTAINS MOVING PARTS AND PRESENTS A RISK OF INJURY. DO NOT
INSERT FINGERS INTO THE BEAN HOPPER OR THE DECAF CHUTE WITHOUT FIRST
DISCONNECTING THE POWER SUPPLY.
AT NO TIME SHOULD ANY PANELS BE REMOVED TO EXPOSE WIRING.
REMEMBER TO TURN OFF POWER AND WATER SUPPLIES BEFORE REMOVING THE
TRAYS.
ALWAYS TREAT THE MACHINE WITH RESPECT. IN CASE OF DOUBT RING YOUR
SUPPLIER OR FRACINO DIRECT (0121 328 5757).
DO NOT ALLOW UNQUALIFIED PERSONNEL TO TAMPER WITH YOUR MACHINE..
YOUR MACHINE SHOULD HAVE A REGULAR SERVICE. THE USAGE AND HARDNESS OF
WATER IN YOUR AREA WILL DETERMINE THE TIME BETWEEN SERVICES (AT LEAST
ONCE A YEAR). IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT A WATER TREATMENT UNIT BE FITTED IN HARD
WATER AREAS TO MINIMISE THE BUILD-UP OF SCALE.
CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN WHEN MAKING DRINKS. WATER IS HOT AND CAN SCALD.
DO NOT OPERATE THE MACHINE WITHOUT ADEQUATE TRAINING.
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