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TG9016 03/2017
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Contents
1-.Safety instructions..............................................................................................................6
2-.STANDARD Versions.................................................................................................................7
►►TANGO SOLO ST................................................................................................................................... 7
►►TANGO DUO ST..................................................................................................................................... 8
►►MODULE FRIGO ST............................................................................................................................... 9
3-.Machine Installation...........................................................................................................10
►►Preparation of the machine ............................................................................................................... 10
♦♦ Unpacking the machine...................................................................................................................................... 10
♦♦ Installing the machine........................................................................................................................................ 10
♦♦ Fitting high feet................................................................................................................................................... 10
►►Hydraulic connections........................................................................................................................ 10
♦♦ Duo..................................................................................................................................................................... 10
♦♦ Solo.....................................................................................................................................................................11
►►Electrical connections........................................................................................................................ 11
►►Connecting the ST refrigerator module to the machine.................................................................. 13
♦♦ Electrical part:.................................................................................................................................................... 13
♦♦ Hydraulic part - milk pump................................................................................................................................. 13
♦♦ LC hydraulic part ............................................................................................................................................... 13
►►Installing the bins................................................................................................................................ 14
4-.COMMISSIONING........................................................................................................................15
►►Switching on the machine and Turning on the heating................................................................... 15
►►Module ST............................................................................................................................................ 15
♦♦ Temperature Display.......................................................................................................................................... 15
5-.Interface..................................................................................................................................16
►►Main screen......................................................................................................................................... 16
►►Quick access screen / Code............................................................................................................... 16
►►Miscellaneous icons........................................................................................................................... 18
►►Day/night programming...................................................................................................................... 18
►►Counters.............................................................................................................................................. 19
►►Settings................................................................................................................................................ 20
♦♦ Other settings..................................................................................................................................................... 21
►►Cleaning............................................................................................................................................... 22
►►Products............................................................................................................................................... 23
►►Maintenance........................................................................................................................................ 24
6-.Settings....................................................................................................................................25
►►Language............................................................................................................................................. 25
♦♦ Language selection............................................................................................................................................ 25
♦♦ Keyboard selection............................................................................................................................................. 25
►►Personalization.................................................................................................................................... 25
♦♦ Wallpaper........................................................................................................................................................... 25
♦♦ LED setting......................................................................................................................................................... 25
►►Access level......................................................................................................................................... 26
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►►CIM
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►►Backup................................................................................................................................................ 27
►►Pre-infusion and STI........................................................................................................................... 27
♦♦ STI...................................................................................................................................................................... 27
♦♦ Tamping level..................................................................................................................................................... 27
►►Grinder calibration.............................................................................................................................. 28
►►Cleaning settings................................................................................................................................ 28
►►Computer connection......................................................................................................................... 29
►►Keyboard Menu creation.................................................................................................................... 29
►►Product management......................................................................................................................... 30
♦♦ Adding a drink.................................................................................................................................................... 30
►►‘PP’ Programmed parameters............................................................................................................ 30
►►‘PS’ Specific program......................................................................................................................... 31
►►Hot water & steam............................................................................................................................... 31
7-.CLEANING & MAINTENANCE....................................................................................................32
►►Cleaning external outlets / housing.................................................................................................. 32
♦♦ Coffee outlet....................................................................................................................................................... 32
♦♦ Cappuccino outlet.............................................................................................................................................. 32
♦♦ Steam wand....................................................................................................................................................... 32
♦♦ Drip tray.............................................................................................................................................................. 32
♦♦ Housing.............................................................................................................................................................. 32
►►Cleaning Cycles.................................................................................................................................. 33
♦♦ Coffee cleaning.................................................................................................................................................. 33
♦♦ Milk cleaning (with pump)................................................................................................................................... 34
♦♦ Cappuccino cleaning (with LC).......................................................................................................................... 35
8-.Maintenance & Troubleshooting...................................................................................36
►►Description of cycles.......................................................................................................................... 36
♦♦ 1 group Cycles................................................................................................................................................... 36
♦♦ 2 groups Cycles................................................................................................................................................. 38
♦♦ Cappuccino Cycle.............................................................................................................................................. 40
♦♦ Milk system Cycle.............................................................................................................................................. 41
►►Component test................................................................................................................................... 42
►►Cooling machine................................................................................................................................. 43
►►History of errors.................................................................................................................................. 43
►►Softener................................................................................................................................................ 43
►►Descaling............................................................................................................................................. 43
►►How to ugrade CPU and Display....................................................................................................... 44
►►List of wirings...................................................................................................................................... 47
►►Electronic Cards ................................................................................................................................. 48
♦♦ Turntable set...................................................................................................................................................... 48
♦♦ Static relays........................................................................................................................................................ 49
♦♦ Connectors......................................................................................................................................................... 50
♦♦ Fuses................................................................................................................................................................. 51
►►LED Identification on board............................................................................................................... 52
►►Active component............................................................................................................................... 56
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►►List of error codes............................................................................................................................... 58
►►Electric wirings.................................................................................................................................... 60
♦♦ Electric wirings 5/12V......................................................................................................................................... 63
♦♦ Electric wiring 24V.............................................................................................................................................. 64
►►TFT screen replacement .................................................................................................................... 65
►►Milk system.......................................................................................................................................... 67
♦♦ Subassembly TG1300........................................................................................................................................ 69
♦♦ Removing the TG1300 sub-assembly................................................................................................................ 70
♦♦ Subassembly TG1301........................................................................................................................................ 71
♦♦ Removing the TG1301 sub-assembly................................................................................................................ 72
♦♦ Troubleshooting.................................................................................................................................................. 74
♦♦ Emergency list.................................................................................................................................................... 76
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1-Safety instructions
This device is intended to be used only for its specific use.
The manufacturer disclaims any liability for damage caused by abnormal use or abuse.
This device is not intended to be used by persons (including children) with reduced physical, mental or
sensory capacities, or having a lack of experience and know-how, unless they are supervised or have received
instructions on the use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Supervise children to make sure they do not play with the appliance.
Do not leave the packaging elements within reach of children. These elements are potentially a source of
danger.
The installation must be done by a qualified technician and following local and national regulations. He is the
only one to be authorized to access the internal parts of the device for maintenance and repair.
Use only the technical and spare parts manuals for proper functioning of the machine, and avoid compromising
safety.
Access to the service area is limited to persons with the necessary knowledge of safety and hygiene as well
as practical experience of the device.
Leave enough free space around the machine to facilitate its use and to preform any maintenance operations.
The device must not be:
- exposed to the elements of the external environment or placed in damp places,
- exposed to a water jet or splashing.
- installed in areas where the jets or high pressure cleaners are used.
The device must be:
- placed on a stable, level and horizontal surface
- used at an ambient temperature of 5°C to 35°C (41°F - 95°F), (if it is stored at an ambient temperature below
5°C (41°F) the water circuit (boiler-piping) must be drained.)
Before connecting the power and water supplies, check that the electrical and water network are in accordance
with the technical information plate of the device.
The power supply must be provided with the following safety features: power switch which completely isolates
the machine from the mains (gap between contacts of at least 3 mm), efficient earthing and an effective circuit
breaker for protection against earthing leaks; section of the conductors appropriate for a power capacity.
Before connecting or disconnecting the power cable, switch the main switch onto position 0. If the power
supply cable is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, by its after-sales service technician or
similarly qualified persons, to avoid any danger.
For electrical safety, make sure that the device is properly earthed.
The manufacturer disclaims any liability for damage caused by improper earthing.
The device must be connected to a water network with a pressure of 1 to 8 bar (0.1 to 0.8 Mega Pascal)
and a tap readily accessible must be fitted in front of the water supply tube. The device is to be installed with
adequate backflow protection to comply with applicable federal state and local codes.
In case of emergency (fire, surge, abnormal noise, etc.) the first thing to do is to cut off the current and close
the water tap.
Be careful not to obstruct the air inlets of the machine with towels or other objects.
Beware of hot surfaces such as cup heaters, the unit heads and the hot water and steam outputs.
Never install containers filled with liquid on the top of the machine.
Beware of jets of hot water or steam.
The machine should be descaled only by a qualified technician.
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2-STANDARD Versions
►TANGO
►
SOLO ST
DIMENSIONS
Width
45.3 cm
17.7”
Height
75.3 cm
29.5”
Depth
63 cm
24.8”
100 kg
220 Lbs
Weight
CAPACITES
Steam / coffee boiler
6.5 liters
-
-
Coffee grounds tray
100 coffees
Numbers of cups / hour
+250
Standard
Power
Country
Rep
Voltage (V)
Current
Total
Boiler
Philippines
0
415V tri + N 60Hz
8.5 A
6120 W
4900 W
Europe
1
400V tri + N 50HZ
8.2 A
5630 W
4500 W
Europe
2
230V Mono 50Hz
24.5 A
5630 W
4500 W
UK
3
415V tri +N 50Hz
8.5 A
6120 W
4900 W
UK
4
240V Mono 50Hz
25.5 A
6120 W
4900 W
Japan
5
200V tri +N 50Hz
12.3 A
4260 W
3400 W
Japan
6
200V Mono 50Hz
21.3 A
4260 W
3400 W
Europe
7
230 tri 50Hz
14.2 A
5630 W
4500 W
USA
8
240V Mono 60Hz
25.5 A
6120 W
4900 W
208V Mono 60Hz
22.1 A
4600 W
3680 W
USA
9
240V tri 60Hz
14.7 A
6120 W
4900 W
208V tri 60Hz
12.8 A
4600 W
3680 W
220V tri 60Hz
13.5 A
5150 W
4120 W
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►TANGO
►
DUO ST
DIMENSIONS
Width
60.3 cm
23.6”
Height
75.3 cm
29.5”
Depth
63 cm
24.8”
WEIGHT
130 kg
286.6”
CAPACITIES
Coffee boiler
6.5 liters
Steam boiler
6.5 liters
Bac à marc
100 coffees
Numbers of cups / hour
+500
Power
Standard
Counrty
Rep
Voltage (V)
Current
Philippines
0
415V tri + N 60Hz
Ph 2+3: 7 A
Ph 1+N: 21 A
Europe
1
400V tri + N 50HZ
Europe
2
UK
Total
Boilers
Steam
Coffee
8000 W
2720 W
4760 W
Ph 2+3: 6.5 A
Ph 1+N: 20 A
7500 W
2500 W
4370 W
230V Mono 50Hz
32.5 A
7500 W
2500 W
4370 W
3
415V tri +N 50Hz
Ph 2+3: 7 A
Ph 1+N: 21 A
8000 W
2720 W
4760 W
UK
4
240V Mono 50Hz
34 A
8100 W
2720 W
4760 W
Japan
5
200V tri +N 50Hz
Ph 2+3: 9.5 A
Ph 1+N: 21.5 A
5800 W
1890 W
3300 W
Japan
6
200V Mono 50Hz
28 A
5700 W
1890 W
3300 W
Europe
7
230 tri 50Hz
Ph 2+3: 11 A
Ph 1: 24 A
7500 W
2500 W
4370 W
USA
8
240V Mono 60Hz
34 A
8100 W
2720 W
4760 W
208V Mono 60Hz
31 A
6400 W
2045 W
3890 W
8000 W
2720 W
4760 W
6500 W
2045 W
3890 W
240V tri 60Hz
USA
9
208V tri 60Hz
Ph 2+3: 25.5 A
Ph 1: 11.5 A
Ph 2+3: 23.5 A
Ph 1: 11 A
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►MODULE
►
FRIGO ST
DIMENSIONS
Width
26.5 cm
10.2”
Height
51.5 cm
20”
Depth
50 cm
19.6”
Weight
30 kg
66.1”
CAPACITIES
Milk tank (liter)
4
The ST module is only fitted on the left side of the machine when it contains the pump milk unit
Left module ref: TG3070
Right module ref: TG3071
(same part with the folds
reversed)
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3-Machine Installation
The machine must be installed on a horizontal plane.
A space of 5 cm (1.9”) should be left all around the machine; and do not obstruct the air inlets on the top of
the machine.
Provide an electricity supply corresponding to the power of the machine, a water supply and a “waste water”
drain.
►Preparation
►
of the machine
The machine is delivered in a cardboard packing case and is screwed to a wooden pallet.
♦♦ Unpacking the machine
- Cut the banding with shears.
- Open the packing case and remove the box containing the accessories.
- Unscrew the nuts holding the machine to the palette by tilting the pallet slightly.
- Separate the packing case from the pallet
- Remove the machine from the pallet and install it on wooden blocks.
- Remove the transport screws and washers.
♦♦ Installing the machine
- Position the machine in its final location, and level it using rubber washers if necessary.
♦♦ Fitting high feet
Reference UNIC feet NSF: NM-176
Reference UNIC M8 x 16 bolts: 50402
For fitting the aluminium feet, once the machine is installed in its location:
Screw the 50402 bolts to the aluminium feet, tip the machine onto the front
two feet to screw in the aluminium feet at the base of the rubber feet at the
back, and then do the same operation for bolting the feet to the front.
►Hydraulic
►
connections
The machine is delivered with a complete connection kit including a stainless steel braided water hose 2 m
length and a drain hose 2 m in length with a clamp located in the box of accessories.
♦♦ Duo
- Slide the lower trims toward the front
- Remove the basin grille
- Remove the basin after unscrewing the central screw.
- Screw the angled part (3/8’) of the stainless steel braided flexible tube on the brass fitting located to the right
of the machine, and the straight part (1/2’) on the water softener outlet union. The water softener must be fed
directly by the mains via a shut-off tap allowing a sufficient flow, Ø 8 min. Do not forget the seals.
(See specificity for the Solo model)
- Put the softener in the flush position.
- Open the supply tap.
- Run a flush of the softener.
- Put the softener in the working position.
- Fit the drain hose on the fitting in the centre of the machine
- Check for leaks, and make sure that the drain tube allows
water to flow to the main drain without any reverse slope.
- Refit the basin, not forgetting the seal which must be between
the drain block and the basin, and not between the central
screw and the basin.
- Refit the trims and the basin grille.
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♦♦ Solo
- Slide the lower trims toward the front
- Remove the basin grille
- Remove the basin after unscrewing the central screw.
- Remove the right-hand side of the SOLO,
- Screw the angled part (3/8’) of the stainless steel braided
flexible pipe to the 3/8G fitting of the water safety filter
block and the straight part (1/2’) on the water softener
outlet union.
The water softener must be fed directly by the mains via
a shut-off tap allowing a sufficient flow, Ø 8cm (3.1”) min.
Do not forget the seals. An opening in the chassis allows
the hose to pass through
- Put the softener in the flush position.
- Open the supply tap.
- Run a flush of the softener.
- Put the softener in the working position.
- Fit the drain hose on the fitting located in the centre of the
machine
- Check for leaks, and make sure that the drain tube allows
a flow to the main drain without any reverse slope.
- Refit the bowl, not forgetting the seal which must be
between drain block and the basin, and not between the
central screw and the basin.
- Refit the trims and the basin grille.
►Electrical
►
connections
Put the machine main switch in position 0, before any intervention.
The machine is delivered with a 5-core electric cable and a system of straps to allow for
3-phase or single-phase connection according to the installation.
The machine is pre-wired in accordance with the indications on the order and the country of destination.
Before connection, check the conformity of the machine with the electrical circuit to which it is going to be
connected.
To do this:
Compare the indications on the data plate, inside the drawer housing, with the characteristics of the circuit
to which the machine is to be connected. Remove the left side of the machine and check that the connection
of the straps on the terminal strip corresponds to the connection required (a diagram is glued to the inside of
the side).
ADAPTATION OF THE TOROIDAL TRANSFORMER TO THE VOLTAGE OF THE CIRCUIT
The machine is equipped with a multi-voltage transformer in order to ensure the correct supply voltage to the
electronics and 24-volt motors.
The machine is pre-set in the factory according to the country of destination (see page 6 and/or 7).
Etiquette adhésif fond blanc ecritures couleurs
NE JAMAIS DEPLACER LE FIL GRIS
NEVER MOVE THE GREY WIRE
Rouge
Red
0v/N 0v/N
MV
MR N/TR 200v 230v 240v
Bleu
Blue
Vert
Green
ROUGE / RED
Bleu
Blue
0v/N 0v/N 0v/N MO MV MR N/TR 200v 230v 240v
Réf: 46029
Connecter le fil ROUGE sur le plot indiquant la tension la
plus proche de la tension réelle mesurée sur votre réseau.
Connect the RED wire on the pin showing the voltage the
nearest of the actual voltage measured on your network.
Bleu
Blue
Bleu
Blue
Rouge
Red
Vert
Green
Orange
Orange
Bleu
Blue
Bleu
Blue
Bleu
Blue
E.g.:
For Europe, the red wire is connected to the 230V terminal.
Once the connection has
Réf: 46031
been performed correctly, it is
Connecter le fil ROUGE sur le plot indiquant la tension la
nevertheless advisable to check
plus proche de la tension réelle mesurée sur votre réseau.
that the voltage is 230V± 5 %.
Connect the RED wire on the pin showing the voltage the
nearest of the actual voltage measured on your network.
The low voltage should be about
NE JAMAIS DEPLACER LE FIL GRIS
of 22V. These voltages should
NEVER MOVE THE GREY WIRE
ROUGE / RED
be checked with the machine
working and the main switch
closed.
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BRANCHEMENT BORNIER / TERMINAL CONNECTING
400. 415 v
3 Ph+N+T/Grd
50/60HZ
T/Grd (Vert/Jaune )
(Green/Yellow)
N (Bleu -Blue)
(Marron / Brown)
(Noir / Black)
(Gris / Grey)
T/Grd (Vert/Jaune )
(Green/Yellow)
N (Bleu -Blue)
(Marron / Brown)
(Noir / Black)
(Gris / Grey)
T/Grd
N
R
S
T
F
E
D
C
B
A
T/Grd
N
Ph1
200.230.240 v
Mono+T/Gr
50/60HZ
T/Grd
N
R
S
T
F
E
D
C
B
A
3 FILS -3 WIRES
5 FILS -5 WIRES
200 .220 .230v
3 Ph+T/Grd
50/60HZ
400. 4
3 Ph+
50/60
ST
T/Grd
N
R
S
T
F
E
D
C
B
A
BRA
T/Grd (Vert/Jaune )
(Green/Yellow)
(Bleu -Blue)
(Marron / Brown)
(Noir / Black)
(Gris / Grey)
T/Gr
(Gre
N
(M
(N
(G
5F
T/Grd
N
R
S
T
F
E
D
C
B
A
T phase 1
S
phase 2
phase 3
10/03/17
Ref=46240
IN ALL CASES THE GREEN/YELLOW WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED TO THE EARTH OF THE
INSTALLATION
200 .
3 Ph
50/60
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►Connecting
►
the ST refrigerator module to the machine
♦♦ Electrical part:
The refrigerator is composed of a supply cable for the mains and computer connection to the machine.
- Place the refrigerator on the left of the machine
- The cable connector has a fool proofing device, if this makes connection difficult, the connector is the wrong
way round.
- The connector on the refrigerator is located under the refrigerator at the back.
♦♦ Hydraulic part - milk pump
With a pump milk, there are 3 quick couplers differentiated with 3 different colors (yellow, grey, white). Refer
to the decal on the chassis for the positioning.
♦♦ LC hydraulic part
With a cappuccino LC the refrigerator is delivered with the pipe already fitted in the refrigerator, it remains
simply to feed it through the plate prepared for the purpose and fix it to the cappuccino outlet end.
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►Installing
►
the bins
To avoid damage during transport, machines are
delivered with the bins removed
INSTALLING THE BINS:
- The bins are fixed from behind. Respect the
direction of fitting.
- Position the closing trap on the bins; pay attention
to the direction of the opening of the trap.
- Access to the trap is by removing the side.
- Capacity: 1.7 kg for the large bin.
- Capacity: 1.2 kg for the small bin.
CAUTION:
Air must be able to circulate freely around the machine. The ventilation openings located at the rear of the
machine and on the top must not be obstructed.
The machine must not operate without its legs.
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4-COMMISSIONING
►Switching
►
on the machine and Turning on the heating
Once all the connections are made and checked (water supply, electricity supply and drain).
Set the main switch in position 1.
As soon as the electricity is switched on, the boilers fill automatically.
Remember to open the water tap supplying the machine.
The heating of all the parts starts automatically if the filling is correct.*
When the machine reaches its operating temperature, it performs a self-check.
These initialization phases are very important for the proper functioning of the machine. They are only possible
if the coffee grounds drawer is in place, and they must not be interrupted, for instance by removing the drawer.
(The steam pressure and the temperature of the groups are visible on the screen during heating).
The machine is operational once heating has been switched on and the self-check performed.
It is advisable to leave the machine heating on permanently.
►Module
►
ST
The temperature display indicates the ambient temperature of the refrigerator.
To adjust the temperature of the refrigerator use the temperature regulator.
The temperature display
indicates the ambient
temperature of the
refrigerator.
Refrigerator ON/OFF
switch
Temperature
display
Key locking of the
refrigerator
♦♦ Temperature Display
It is an indicative display
If necessary, to adjust the temperature setting (Menu CA1), put a thermometer in the refrigerator for 15
minutes, then adjust the display according to the difference displayed.
E.g.:
- the thermometer indicates 4°C (in the refrigerator),
- at the same time the display shows 9°C,
- adjust the offset to -5.
UNIC part number for the display: 45036
UNIC part number for the sensor: 34415
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5-Interface
The level 0 (User) includes the main screen for making the products, the hot water, the steam and access to
the quick access screen, which allows the user to have direct controls such as to Stop the machine or put it
in Standby.
►Main
►
screen
Type of grinder
Type of product
Large dose of hot water
Large dose of steam
Small dose of hot water
Small dose of steam
Previous page
Next page
Manual trap
Favourites
Erreur code info
►Quick
►
access screen / Code
Access to
levels 1 & 2 by
password
Information relating to the
whole of the machine in
real time
Key to stop the machine
Return to the
main screen
Quick access
to the menu
“Cleaning”
Key for putting the
machine in Standby
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Products p.23
Maintenance p.24
Day/Night programming p.18
Main menu
Counters p.19
Settings p.20
Cleaning p.22
Other settings p.21
Once the security code has been confirmed the levels 1 (Customer) or 2 (technician) are accessible (according
to the Code).
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►Miscellaneous
►
icons
Scrolls the drinks keyboards.
Icon to access the «Quick access / code» screen
Return to the main screen
Return to the previous page
Key to activate the opening of the cover of the manual trap for 10 seconds; the time required
to introduce 1 or 2 doses of ground coffee and close the trap again.
Access to favourite products on the main screen
Icon for copying a file and/or data
Icon for indicating settings (e.g.: settings of a product)
Icon for saving data and/or parameters
Icon for confirming data and/or parameters
Icon for cancelling data and/or parameters
Icon for indicating the remaining time of the compulsory cleaning of the machine (before
blocking).
Icon for accessing error codes / alarms activated.
►Day/night
►
programming
Allows you to schedule the days and times of
automatic switching to night mode (machine in
standby, reduced heating temperatures), and day
mode; may or may not be followed by an automatic
cleaning cycle.
To add a time slot:
- Press «Add a time slot»
- Schedule the desired times
- Remember to confirm
- you can then either copy this same time slot
for the next day, or add a new one.
If you want to re-schedule your time slots, press the button at the bottom right of the screen for 3s.
Remember to save your settings.
Note: When Standby is enabled the regulation of the group and the coffee boiler goes to 70°C and 0.1 bar
for the steam boiler
All screens are off
All safety functions remain activated
Standby output: resumption of the normal regulation is done 10 minutes before the exit from standby.
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►Counters
►
This menu allows you to view the statistics for all the products produced on the machine.
Note: At level 2, it is possible to perform a general reset of all counters.
Level 2 (technician) required
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►Settings
►
This menu allows you to adjust the settings of the machine such as the date and time, the desired language,
the boiler temperatures and the LED color and brightness.
Note: Some settings are only accessible or changeable at level 2 (technician).
Language p.25
Customizing p.25
Level 2 (technician) required p:26
Level 2 (technician) required p:26
Level 2 (technician) required p:27
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♦♦ Other settings
Grinder calibration p.28
Pre-infusion & STI p.27
Cleaning settings p.28
Computer connection p.29
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►Cleaning
►
Coffee cleaning p.33
Flushing starts automatically
once you have pressed the
button
Milk cleaning p.34
Flushing starts automatically
once you have pressed the
button
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►Products
►
Product management p.30
Keyboard creation p.29
Hot water / steam p.31
‘PS’ settings p.31
‘PP’ settings p.30
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►Maintenance
►
Component test p.42
Cooling machine p.43
History of errors p.43
Softener p.43
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6-Settings
►Language
►
♦♦ Language selection
To change the language, tap the icon for the desired language (A
confirmation is not required, the change is effective immediately).
♦♦ Keyboard selection
In this sub-menu the type of keyboard can be changed. There are
2 modes: AZERTY or QWERTY (A confirmation is not required,
the change is effective immediately).
►Personalization
►
The screen saver and LED background illumination can be
changed.
♦♦ Wallpaper
Tap the machine’s screen to see a selection of several standard
desktops. Tap to select the desired image (the images will step
through). The slider allows the time delay to standby screen to
be set (cursor left = standby disabled).
Personal wallpapers can be imported: Insert a USB drive with the
images, press the “import” tab, select the image(s) and confirm.
Adding images to the USB drive from a computer: Open the USB
drive > open the folder named “UNIC” > open the “F_ECRAN”
folder > copy the image into this folder > follow the instructions
on the “Desktop wallpaper” menu
If there is no “F_ECRAN” folder on the USB drive, create a new
folder in the “UNIC” directory, following the syntax exactly.
If the syntax is not exact, or if the “F_ECRAN” folder is a subfolder
to any folder other than “UNIC”, the machine will not be able to
find your logo.
Note: accepted formats are .png or .jpg, resolution 800x480.
DUO, 2 different wallpapers are possible.
♦♦ LED setting
Tap one of the two LED bars. Three settings can be adjusted:
Color: RGB mode.
Speed: color change (0 for no change).
LED intensity: 0 for LED off.
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►Access
►
level
Most menus are locked by default. Various settings and programs
are inaccessible. Access to settings is enabled by entering a
code according to two access levels.
To change a code, tap the settings icon, enter the new password
then confirm to save the change.
►CIM
►
Note: level 2 required to change.
Permits access and/or changes to the machine’s characteristics,
such as:
Type of machine
Purple
Grinders
x
x
x
x
x
x
None
x
x
LC
x
x
Pompe
x
x
Pre-infusion
Right milk system
DUO ST
x
Orange
Green
Left milk system
SOLO ST
None
x
LC
x
Pump
Self mode
x
x
Water tank
x
x
Milk level sensor
x
x
Milk temperature sensor
x
x
Hot water
x
x
Steam
x
x
Decaf
Hydraulic system
x
x
Basic
x
x
with EViNF
x
x
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►Backup
►
This submenu allows importing (and/or exporting) keyboards,
settings, or databases, for configurations already created on a
similar machine.
►Pre-infusion
►
and STI
♦♦ STI
This function is common to all “coffee” cycles. It permits adjusting
when in the piston cycle the infusion starts, it is particularly
effective for the “1 cup” cycles. The “1 cup” quality is therefore
improved and more regular, therefore programming of all the
“coffee” key settings can be done by the PP mode.
Settings for 1 or 2 cups are done separately.
STI = 00 is the factory setting (ideal setting in 95% of cases)
(00 setting includes a small amount of pre-infusion)
STI = +01 to +100: infusion starts later (less pre-infusion)
STI = -01 to -100: infusion starts earlier (more pre-infusion)
STI = > 60 cancels the effect of the STI.
♦♦ Tamping level
There are four tamping levels.
A number gives the intensity of the tamping force; the higher the number, the more force is applied.
Level
1
2
3
4
Setting range
0,6 to 1,4
1,5 to 2,5
2,6 to 4,0
4,1 to 6,5
Default value
0,8
2,0
3,5
6,0
When exiting this setting, the machine automatically carries out self-check phases 1 and 2 to recalculate the
piston parameters generated by the new tamping values.
In general:
A small dose of ground coffee infused by a small quantity of water needs heavy tamping: Level 4
A large dose of ground coffee infused by a larger quantity of water needs light tamping: Level 1.
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►Grinder
►
calibration
The type of coffee used and the grinder collar setting will affect the
ground coffee dose. This procedure calibrates the actual ground
coffee weight dispensed to match the value in the programmed
settings. Select the desired grinder, prepare the weighing kit and
the scale, and then follow the procedure.
This procedure is done in 2 steps:
1 – Grinder Tuning (Grinder collar adjustment)
A test cycle displays the time of the extraction in seconds.
Test cycle: 2 cups of 50 cl. using about 14 grams of ground coffee.
The test cycle infusion time is displayed at the end of the cycle.
2 – Grinder dose Calibration
2 grind cycles, one short and one longer, are weighed and recorded. The resulting time needed per gram is
automatically calculated and applied to the programming to produce an accurate weight for each dose.
A master reset returns to the initial calibration preset in the machine’s memory, in the case of replacing grinder
burrs, if no scale is available, or incorrect operation, etc.
►Cleaning
►
settings
This submenu permits adjusting the settings for all
cleaning and/or rinsing cycles.
Machine factory settings (Do not change):
Wash cycles
10
Half-cycle washing times
5.0
Rinse cycles
sec
8
20 (to delay coil fouling)
Half-cycle rinsing times
5.0
sec
Tube rinsing pause
10
sec
Tube rinsing time
7.0
sec
Early EWS hot milk
3.0
sec
Permits increasing the temperature of the milk (only) by preheating the
coil if necessary. (This does not affect the Foam)
Automatic cleaning delay
5.0
min
Automatic 5 min internal rinsing after the first milk-based product. Never
set a time less than 3 minutes.
During this sequence, a milk-based product cannot be made for 15 secs.
A coffee product can still be made.
Milk purge time
1.8
sec
Steam purge for the “into the cup” circuit after a milk-based product.
Prevents stagnation of milk in the circuit.
Auto milk circuit cleaning interval
5.0
min
Internal rinsing for 20 secs of the coffee circuit 5 minutes after the last
coffee made. A coffee can still be made at any time.
Auto milk circuit cleaning time
20
sec
EVNR activation with the 1st milk(s)
3.5
sec
Primes the water circuit to prevent the bubbling effect after an “Automatic
cleaning delay rinse” or a long period of inactivity. (During 3.5 sec
everything remaining in the circuit is directed to the drain)
EVVS delay with the 1st coffee(s)
1.5
sec
Offsets preheating of the heating device to prevent overheating of the
milk foam.
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►Computer
►
connection
Protocol type: EXE / MDB
Permits selection of the type of computer connection:
- Credit / Debit
- Debit / Credit
- RS 232
►Keyboard
►
Menu creation
A maximum of 6 pages can be created:
SOLO: Up to 8 products per page, for 48 products maximum
DUO: Up to 8 products per page, for 96 products maximum
To delete an entire keyboard; press and hold the keyboard
thumbnail until it disappears.
Example with a Solo:
- Select the number of products desired (from 2 to 8)
- Slide the desired beverages into the boxes.
- To change, slide the new product into the desired box.
- Scroll with the directional arrows to navigate through all the
products.
(The name of the product is displayed in the color of the grinder)
Slide the desired
product into the box
Delete the drink
Directional arrows
List of products
Product selected
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►Product
►
management
This sub-menu permits managing all existing drinks in the
machine. Copy a drink and/or access its setting to change the
recipe, or just delete the product.
♦♦ Adding a drink
In this sub-menu a new recipe can be created. Follow the
procedure below.
Icon to copy the drink
Name the drink, tap the keyboard then
validate the name by tapping ENTER (to
validate a new drink the name must be
entered).
Icon to access settings
Icon to delete the drink
List of different
views of cups
List of different
ingredients:
Don’t forget to
validate the drink,
save it before
leaving.
View of cup selected
Maximum 4 ingredients permitted
Press and hold an ingredient to
remove it.
►‘PP’
►
Programmed parameters
(Single and double drinks linked)
Permits programming base settings common to each product family (for example: espresso, cappuccino)
created during keyboard configuration
Coffee
Milk foam
Grinder selection
1 cup grinder dose
gr
2 cup grinder dose
gr
Milk
Left foam time
s
Left milk time
s
Right foam time
s
Right milk time
s
Manual
Left coffee water dose
cc
Right coffee water dose
cc
Add water
%
Repetitions
A pause time can be set
between execution of the
ingredients (expressed in
seconds).
Don’t forget to validate the product, to
save it before leaving.
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►‘PS’
►
Specific program
(Each drink programmed independently)
Displays all the settings for each product present on the machine’s
keyboard(s).
Changing settings only changes the product selected on the
keyboard without altering the common settings. List of settings
that can be changed:
- Grinder selection
- Grinder does 1(2) cup(s)
- Manual
- Water dose right (left) coffee
- Add water
- Repetitions
- Coffee tamping level
- Coder offset
- STI
►Hot
►
water & steam
Large quantities of steam
Small quantities of steam
Temperature SteamAir
Large volume of hot water
Small volume of hot water
0 to 100
0 to 100
50 to 90
0 to 1000
0 to 1000
sec
sec
°C
cc
cc
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7-CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
►Cleaning
►
external outlets / housing
It is advisable to disassemble the coffee and milk outlets daily for thorough
cleaning.
♦♦ Coffee outlet
1. Slide the coffee spout(s) down
2. Pull the spout towards you to remove
3. Clean the spout(s) under a tap or directly in a dishwasher
4. Replace the spout(s) on the machine
♦♦ Cappuccino outlet
1. Slide the coffee spout(s) down
2. Pull the spout towards you to remove
3. Remove the cappuccino foamer head by turning the assembly to the right
and pulling down
4. Separately disassemble each part for individual cleaning, including the
silicone suction tube.
5. Reassemble.
♦♦ Steam wand
After each use, wipe the steam tube with a damp cloth and briefly tap the steam
button to purge the small quantity of milk remaining inside the tube.
Disassemble the steam outlet nozzle for easier cleaning.
♦♦ Drip tray
Remove the drip tray by sliding the frame forward and lifting the grate out. Clean
the grate using a sponge.
♦♦ Housing
Use a soft cloth and alcohol for the stainless steel parts, and non-abrasive detergent for the painted parts.
The grounds drawer is entirely in stainless steel, it can be easily cleaned with water. Take care not to scratch
the painted parts.
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►Cleaning
►
Cycles
In the ‘Cleaning’ menu, the rinsing icons
coffee systems.
automatically start a rinse cycle (~30 sec) for the milk or
Daily cleaning is required; the machine will stop after 26 hours if a tablet cleaning has not been completed.
As soon as the cleaning is finished, the timer restarts for another 26 hours.
Note: for more information about cleaning products, refer to the manufacturer’s safety data sheet.
♦♦ Coffee cleaning
Tap the “Coffee cleaning” icon to access the procedure and follow it step-by-step.
DON’T FORGET TO INSERT TABLET(S)
SOLO 1 tablet, DUO 2 tablets.
(UNIC reference, box of tablets: 92025)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Cleaning details:
1 minute 10 > soak
6 minute 39 > wash
1 minute 35 > rinse
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♦♦ Milk cleaning (with pump)
This includes internal cleaning of the circuit and external components
related to the circuit, such as the milk tray and spout. Use a pitcher of
about 2 liters for cleaning.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Reference UNIC Urnex: 92027
Reference UNIC pitcher: 54212
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Cleaning kit for milk and cappuccino circuits.
1 liter bottle Urnex, UNIC
reference: 92027
2 liter pitcher,
UNIC reference: 54212
♦♦ Cappuccino cleaning (with LC)
This includes internal cleaning of the circuit and external components related to the circuit, such as the milk
tray and cappuccino outlet. Use a pitcher of about 2 liters for cleaning.
Reference UNIC Urnex: 92027
Reference UNIC pitcher: 54212
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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8-Maintenance & Troubleshooting
►Description
►
of cycles
CYCLE CAFE 1 GROUPE / COFFEE CYCLE 1 UNIT
♦♦ 1 group Cycles
CHARGEMENT CAFE
COFFEE FEEDING
INFUSION
INFUSION
EJECTION DU MARC
EJECTION OF GROUT
ETAT REPOS
STAND BY
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Infusion cycle.
EVK
EVBEC
CHAUDIERE
INTERNE
/
INTERNAL
BOILER
SORTIE
CAFE
/
SPOUT
SWITCH
BLOC
NETTOYAGE
/
CLEANING
BLOCK
EVNK
CHAUDIERE EXTERNE
EXTERNAL BOILER
EVDK
VIDANGE / DRAIN
Decompression cycle.
EVK
04/14
CYCLE INFUSION
INFUSION CYCLE
a1
EVBEC
SORTIE
CAFE
/
SPOUT
CHAUDIERE
INTERNE
/
INTERNAL
BOILER
SWITCH
BLOC
NETTOYAGE
/
CLEANING
BLOCK
EVNK
CHAUDIERE EXTERNE
EXTERNAL BOILER
EVDC
VIDANGE / DRAIN
Cleaning cycle.
EVK
04/14
CYCLE DECOMPRESSION
DECOMPRESSION CYCLE
CHAUDIERE
INTERNE
/
INTERNAL
BOILER
a2
TABLET
DETERGENT
SORTIE
CAFE
/
SPOUT
BLOC
NETTOYAGE
/
CLEANING
BLOCK
CHAUDIERE EXTERNE
EXTERNAL BOILER
SWITCH
EVNK
EVDC
VIDANGE / DRAIN
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♦♦ 2 groups Cycles
CYCLE CAFE 2 GROUPES / COFFEE CYCLE 2 UNITS
CHARGEMENT CAFE
COFFEE FEEDING
INFUSION
INFUSION
EJECTION DU MARC
EJECTION OF GROUT
ETAT REPOS
STAND BY
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04/14
Infusion cycle.
CYCLE INFUSION
INFUSION CYCLE
EVK.D
EVK.G
EVBEC
EVBEC
EVNK
SORTIE
CAFE 1
/
SPOUT 1
SORTIE
CAFE 2
/
SPOUT 2
SWITCH
CHAUDIERE
INTERNE 2
/
INTERNAL
BOILER 2
CHAUDIERE
INTERNE 1
/
INTERNAL
BOILER 1
BLOC
NETTOYAGE
/
CLEANING
BLOCK
CHAUDIERE EXTERNE
EXTERNAL BOILER
EVDK
01/15
a1
VIDANGE / DRAIN
CYCLE DECOMPRESSION
DECOMPRESSION CYCLE
Decompression cycle.
EVK.G
EVK.D
EVBEC
EVBEC
EVNK
SORTIE
CAFE 1
/
SPOUT 1
SORTIE
CAFE 2
/
SPOUT 2
CHAUDIERE
INTERNE 2
/
INTERNAL
BOILER 2
CHAUDIERE
INTERNE 1
/
INTERNAL
BOILER 1
SWITCH
BLOC
NETTOYAGE
/
CLEANING
BLOCK
CHAUDIERE EXTERNE
EXTERNAL BOILER
EVDK
VIDANGE / DRAIN
a2
01/15
CYCLE NETTOYAGE
CLEANING CYCLE
Cleaning cycle.
EVK.D
EVK.G
EVBEC
EVBEC
EVNK
SORTIE
CAFE 2
/
SPOUT 2
SORTIE
CAFE 1
/
SPOUT 1
TABLET
DETERGENT
CHAUDIERE
INTERNE 2
/
INTERNAL
BOILER 2
CHAUDIERE
INTERNE 1
/
INTERNAL
BOILER 1
SWITCH
BLOC NETTOYAGE
CLEANING BLOCK
EVDK
a3
VIDANGE / DRAIN
CHAUDIERE EXTERNE
EXTERNAL BOILER
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♦♦ Cappuccino Cycle
VAPEUR
STEAM
AIR
VAPEUR
STEAM
EV LAIT CHAUD
HOT MILK EV
AIR
EV LAIT CHAUD
HOT MILK EV
EVL.G
EVL.D
EVL.G
EVL.D
EV CAPPUCCINO
CAPPUCCINO EV
EV CAPPUCCINO
CAPPUCCINO EV
EAU CHAUDE
HOT WATER
EVC.G
EVC.D
LAIT
MILK
EVC.G
EVC.D
LAIT
MILK
EVNC
AIR
VAPEUR
STEAM
EV LAIT CHAUD
HOT MILK EV
EVL.G
EVL.D
LAIT
MILK
EV LAIT CHAUD
HOT MILK EV
EV CAPPUCCINO
CAPPUCCINO EV
EAU CHAUDE
HOT WATER
EVNC
LAIT
MILK
EV NETTOYAGE
CLEANING EV
CYCLE LAIT CHAUD
HOT MILK CYCLE
01/07
AIR
EVL.G
EVL.D
EVC.G
EVC.D
AIR
EV NETTOYAGE
CLEANING EV
CYCLE CAPPUCCINO
CAPPUCCINO CYCLE
AIR
EV CAPPUCCINO
CAPPUCCINO EV
EVNC
AIR
EV NETTOYAGE
CLEANING EV
ETAT REPOS
STAND BY
VAPEUR
STEAM
EAU CHAUDE
HOT WATER
SCHEMA DE PRINCIPE DU CAPPUCCINO
SKELETON DIAGRAM FOR CAPPUCCINO
EAU CHAUDE
HOT WATER
EVC.G
EVC.D
AIR
EVNC
EV NETTOYAGE
CLEANING EV
CYCLE NETTOYAGE
CLEANING CYCLE
Clapet anti-retour O4F
EV 2V O4F N.F.
EV 2V O9M N.O.
EV 3V O4F
Réglage air chaud/froid
23618
35518
35550
35018
23619
Chaud ou froid
Raccord rapide Y 3V O4F
23616
Eau chaude
Raccord rapide 2V O4F-1/8
23615
Froid
Raccord rapide 3V O4M-O4F-O4F
23614
Vapeur
Raccord rapide coudé 2V O4
23613
Chaud
Raccord rapide TE 3V O4F
23612
Lait
Raccord rapide
23611
Gicleur 26153
POMPE
37285
37286
BAC LAIT
EVNL cn36 25
50
110
EVALC1 cn36 36
EV LAIT
N.O
50
45
IN
OUT
Chaud
300
05/09/16
Froid
110
EVALF1 cn36 14
110
45
420
REGLAGE AIR REGLAGE AIR
70
150
200
100
120
Réf: 12703
l: 195
Sortie Bec
650
(200 pour DUO)
EVNR = EVV
cn34 816
EV 3V LAIT
CHAUD/FROID
100
150
85
VAPEUR
EVNC cn35 36
EAU CHAUDE
Goulotte
évacuation
Schéma de principe LAIT
250
85
EVLCF = EVA
cn34 715
400
40
MODULE ST MACHINE ST
TG1301
TG1300
50
TG4040
ref:12740
l:560
Raccord rapide
(Marquage tubes)
23610
Réf: 12707
l:100
300
(450 pour DUO)
250
(400 pour DUO)
EVVS1 = EVLG cn35 14
EVRP1 = EVCG
cn35 25
OUT
IN
70
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♦♦ Milk system Cycle
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►Component
►
test
When entering the menu the machine switches to the ‘’test’’ mode (on the duo the right screen is disabled),
the group and steam heating are disabled.
Note: Self-checks 1 and 2 are carried out after having left the test menu, and then the machine goes into
normal operation.
List of testable items, such as
all the solenoid valves of the
machine, the coffee group,
the relays, the grinder(s), etc.
Directional arrows
Press = Runs the component
(max. 5 sec.) Release = Stops the
component
Piston LEFT up
EVKG
EV left coffee
Piston LEFT down
EVP1
EV pre infusion 1
Piston RIGHT up
EVLCF
Hot-cold milk selection
Piston RIGHT down
EVNR
EV steam/EV cleaning-rinsing
Plateau to LEFT position
EVNO
EV bloc de nettoyage
Plateau to CENTER position
EVALF1
EV cold milk air
Plateau to RIGHT position
EVNL1
EV cleaning milk
Find known plateau position
EVALC1
EV hot milk air
RSV1
Solid state relay steam 1
EVLG_EVVS
EV left LC latte outlet/EV coil pipe steam
RSV2
Solid state relay steam 2
EVAEG
EV water addition left coffee
RSV3
Solid state relay steam 3
EVCG_EVRP
EV left LC cappu outlet/EV rinsing purge
RSC1
Solid state relay coffee 1
EVNC
EV cleaning cappuccino
RSC2
Solid state relay coffee 2
EVKD_EVM1
EV right coffee/EV mixer 1
RSC3
Solid state relay coffee 3
EVAED_EVM2
EV water addition right coffee/EV mixer 2
MAC1
Grinder n°1 (purple)
EVCD
EV right LC cappu outlet
MAC2
Grinder n°2 (green)
EVLD
EV right LC latte outlet
MAC3
Grinder n°3 (orange)
EVP2
EV pre infusion 2
POMP
Motor pump
MM1
Motor mixer 1
CHGR
Heating group
MM2
Motor mixer 2
EAMAN
Electromagnet of DK door
MT1
Motor hopper 1
EVRE
EV filling
MT2
Motor hopper 2
EVSE
EV hot water outlet
FAN_SOL
Fan for soluble MT
EVSV
EV steam outlet
MPOMP
milk pump
EVNK
EV coffee cleaning
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►Cooling
►
machine
Select the boiler to be cooled down and then press the ‘refroidir’
(cool) key. The temperatures and pressure are shown in real
time.
The Water key disables the heating of the Water/Steam boiler
SOLO.
The Group coffee key disables the heating of the Coffee infusion
Group Shutting down of the cooling is done manually.
►History
►
of errors
This menu has no action on the electronics of the items affected
by the error codes of the machine. It is simply a log of events in
which the technician can leave a record of interventions carried
out. The consultation of the aid is for information purposes.
Error code number
Detailed name of error code
Date of appearance of the error code
►Softener
►
Unic SA, uses two softener suppliers. BRITA® and
BESTMAx™
Have the hardness of the water tested in the mains, and then
refer to the technical documentation of the softener used to find
the best settings.
Note: a softener must be changed every year, even if it does not
reach the end of its filtering capacity.
►Descaling
►
The machine should be descaled only by a qualified technician.
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►How
►
to ugrade CPU and Display
STEP 1: CPU’s identification
Software
Visually
without USB Key
WARNING: to avoid CPU’s
destruction, you must be sure
about CPU’s identification
Before 28.xx.xx
After 28.xx.xx
Model 0 (standard)
Model 1 (XL)
Model 0
2 possibilities
‘Model 0’
or ‘model 1’
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Advice: leave the USB stick always connected to his socket.
For the Duo the Display’s upgrade is done automatically on both
side.
When you insert USB Key, several possibilities:
- Update CPU
- Update Display
- Import/export parameters
- Import/export data drinks
STEP 2: insert USB Key, update display first.
1
2
3
4
5
6
STEP 3: Update CPU. Follow process (page n°46)
STEP 4: Export / import data drink if it’s necessary, The procedure does not change from previous versions.
1
2
3
46
*STEP 3: Update CPU
When CPU “model 1” is
already mounted in the
machine:
process model will be
lunch automatically After
confirmation
When CPU “model 1” is
mounted instead “model 0”
follow process “model 1”
When the CPU is “model 0”
follow process “model 0”
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
4
4
2
5
5
3
6
6
4
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►List
►
of wirings
REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
FR8019
Blue cable conn. Coil and contact
FR8029
Optical cells with connector
FR8055
EV SV EV extension cable
TG8012
USB link cable
CONNECTOR
CN6
CN2
NB
PINS
16
4
QUANTITY
VOLTAGE
SOLO
DUO
MT
High
1
2
2
Low
1
Low
1
1
1
Low
1
1
1
1
TG8013
RS 232 TFT screen left
CN3
16
Low
TG8014
RS 232 TFT screen right
CN4
16
Low
TG8016
Motor tray adapter cable
CN22
2
Low
TG8017
Steam boiler & mains cable
CN7
10
CN17
10
CN26
4
CN27
4
CN14
4
CN38
8
CN39
4
TG8027
TG8029
thermostat probes & level probes
RIGHT CONTROL CABLE
1
1
1
1
Low
1
1
1
Low
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
TG8030
Coffee grounds drawer safety
CN20
4
Low
TG8034
Bin, blender, powder fan
CN24
12
Low
CN8
4
CN9
4
CN12
6
CN15
6
CN23
4
CN25
2
TG8037
CABLE, TRAP & PIST. COD. SAFETY
MOTOR CTRL
Low
TG8038
Cable, STAT relay CONTROL. HOT MT
CN30
6
Low
TG8039
STAT relay CTRL. HOT STEAM / COFFEE
CN29
6
Low
TG8040
Cable, STAT relay CONTROL. HOT STEAM
CN30
6
Low
CN32
6
TG8041
SV CTRL, refrigerator Pump Part 1
CN36
6
CN50
12
1
1
Low
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Low
1
Low
1
TG8042
SV CTRL, refrigerator Pump Part 2
TG8043
CÂBLE CMD EVRE, EVSE ,EVSV,EVKG
CN34
20
Low
1
1
TG8045
CÂBLE EV CAPPUCCINO LEFT
CN35
6
Low
1
1
TG8049
CÂBLE CPU GND FRONT PANEL
Earth
1
1
1
CN41
12
CN44
8
High
1
1
1
CN47
6
TG8050
CÂBLE GRINDER R,V,O,RES GR,RI,PUMP
FRIGO
TG8057
Cable, Coffee boiler
High
TG8058
Cable, coffee steam group
High
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
TG8059
Cable, Static relay jumper
High
TG8060
Cable, MT boiler
High
TG8062
Cable, Switch Output
High
TG8100
CÂBLE INTER, DISPLAY T°C REG C- F
High
1
TG8101
SUPPLY CABLE
High
1
1
1
1
1
34202
CN-343
48
PG-14
►Electronic
►
Cards
♦♦ Turntable set
41422
TG2061
45943
CN-661
AE-51
AE-50
CN-628
ED-133
ED-134
CN-630
43800
PE-59
CN-124
CN-651
DO-195
45380
TG2051
45381
51053
45382
42400
45383
45384
10/16
PLATINE CARTES ELECTRONIQUES
PANEL ELECTRONIC CARDS
500
49
♦♦ Static relays
SOLO
DUO
50
♦♦ Connectors
CN14
CN27
CN12
CN26
CN3
CN4
CN43
CN5
CN2
CN8
CN9
CN47
CN44
CN32
CN7
CN41
CN15
CN23
CN17
CN50
CN6
CN34
CN22
CN35
CN36
CN24
CN38
CN25
CN20
CN39
CN30
CN21
CN29
01/17
CONNECTEURS CARTE MERE
501
51
♦♦ Fuses
FN4
FN5
FN6
FN3
FN1A
FN1B
FN10
FN1C
FN1D
FN2
FN9
FN8
FN7
01/17
FUSIBLES CARTE MERE
FUSES CONNECTORS
502
52
►LED
►
Identification on board
EVALF1 Cold milk air SV
EVALC1 Hot milk air SV
EVLCF1
EVNR1
EVLG /
EVVS1
SV, latte from the LC
outlet, left / steam coil
SV
EVCG /
EVRP1
SV, cappu. LC Output
left / Cleaning steam,
purge and flush SV
EAMAN
Electro-magnet manual
door
RSC1
Static coffee relay 1
RSC2
Static coffee relay 2
RSC3
Static coffee relay 3
RSV1
Static steam relay 1
RSV2
Static steam relay 2
RSV3
Static steam relay 3
POMP
Electric pump
MAC1
Grinder no 1 (purple)
MAC2
Grinder no 2 (green)
MAC3
Grinder no 3 (orange)
TEL
Main switch
SMAC1
Coffee safety no 1
SMAC2
Coffee safety no 2
SMAC3
Coffee safety no 3
SMAC4
Not used
CHGR
Heating element of the
Group
AUX1
+3V3
+5V
5V supply on light
+9V
9V supply on light
+12V
12V supply on light
+FAN
Fan supply light
53
FONDI
Coffee grounds tray
FN1A
MODULE 24V: EVRE - EVSE – EVSV – EVNC –
EVNK/EVNC – EVA - EVV
FN1B
MODULE SOLUBLE: MT1 – MT2 – FAN SOL –
EVKD/EVM1 – EAED/EVM2
MODULE CAFE DX: EVKD/EVM1 – EAED/EVM2 –
EVCD – EVP2 – EVLD – EVS2
FN1C
MODULE 24V: EVNKG – EVAEG – EVLG – EVCG
–EVP1 – EVS1
FN1D
MODULE 24V: EVAL1 – EVNL1 – EVVL1 – EVAL2 –
EVNL2 – EVLL2
FN2
Piston and tray motor supply
FN3
+24V
FN4
Main switch
FN6
MAC1 - MAC2 - MAC3 - GET1 - GET2 - GET3 POMPA - AUX1 - CHGR
FN7
Tray motor
FN8
Piston motor
SHK
Heater element safety system, coffee boiler
SHG
Heater element safety system, group
SHV
Heater element safety system, steam boiler
VAR1
VAR2
SEA
Water presence safety system
SNK
Plug safety system for the group cleaning circuit
SMAN
Manual door safety system
KEY
SPORT
COD
Encoder, right cylinder
COG
Encoder, left cylinder
PPG
Tray position to the left
PPD
Tray position to the right
PBD
Right cylinder low position
PBG
Left cylinder low position
DOD
Right volumetric meter
DOE
Hot water outlet volumetric meter
DOG
Left volumetric meter
54
EVRE
Filling SV
EVSE
Hot water outlet SV
EVSV
Steam outlet SV
EVNK / EVNC Coffee cleaning SV
EVKG
Left coffee SV
EVP1
Pre-infusion 1 SV
EVA
Air SV
EVV
Steam SV
EVS1
EVAEG
SV add water at coffee outlet, left
EVLG
Latte from the LC outlet, left SV
EVCG
Cappuccino from the LC outlet, left SV
EVNC
Cappuccino cleaning SV
EVAL1
Cold air SV
EVNL1
Milk SV
EVVL1
Hot air SV
EVAL2
EVNL2
EVLL2
55
EVS2
EVP2
Pre-infusion 2 SV
EVLD
Latte from the LC outlet, right SV
EVCD
Cappuccino from the LC outlet, right SV
EAED / EVM2
SV add water at coffee outlet, right
EVKD / EVM1
Right coffee SV
56
►Active
►
component
SM1
SM2
SM3
SM4
CHU
CPV
CPR
MGET1
MGET2
SNB
SNH
THV
THG
THK
CO. D
PB. D
EVK.D
EVAE.D
EVINF.D
EVS2
EVC.D
EVL.D
MM1
MM2
MT1
MT2
SFAN
SMAN
SEA
SNK
DO. D
DO. G
DO. E
CO. G
PP. D
PP. G
PB. G
EA.MAN
RSV1
RSV2
RSV3
RSC1
OPTION LC
Coffee safety system, grinder no 1
Coffee safety system, grinder no 2
Coffee safety system, grinder no 3
Coffee safety system, grinder no 4
Moisture sensor
Steam pressure sensor
Mains pressure sensor
Coin acceptor no 1 micro switch
Coin acceptor no 2 micro switch
Low level probe
High level probe
Steam boiler thermostat probe
Group thermostat probe
Coffee boiler thermostat probe
Encoder, right cylinder
Right cylinder low position
Right coffee SV
SV add water at coffee outlet, right
Infusion D (cleaning) SV
Cappuccino from the LC outlet, right SV
Latte from the LC outlet, right SV
Mixer motor 1
Mixer motor 2
Bin 1 motor
Bin 2 motor
Soluble fan
Manual door safety system
Water presence safety system
Plug safety system for the group cleaning
circuit
Right volumetric meter
Left volumetric meter
Hot water outlet volumetric meter
Encoder, left cylinder
Tray position to the right
Tray position to the left
Left cylinder low position
Manual door electro-magnet
Static steam relay 1
Static steam relay 2
Static steam relay 3
Static coffee relay 1
24VDC pump option
EVVS2
EVRP2
Steam coil SV
Steam cleaning purge-flush SV
57
RSC2
RSC3
EVALF1
EVNL1
EVALC1
EVRE
EVSE
EVKN
EVK.G
EVP1
EVA
EVV
EVDC
EVAE.G
EVL.G
EVC.G
EVNC
MAC 1
MAC 2
MAC 3
POMP
SNL1
SNL2
EVALF2
EVNL2
EVALC2
GET1
GET2
Static coffee relay 2
Static coffee relay 3
Cold milk air SV
Milk cleaning SV
Hot milk air SV
Filling SV
Hot water outlet SV
Coffee cleaning SV
Left coffee SV
Pre-infusion 1 SV
Air SV
Steam SV
DISCHARGE (cleaning) SV
SV add water at coffee outlet, left
Latte from the LC outlet, left SV
Cappuccino from the LC outlet, left SV
Cappuccino cleaning SV
Grinder no 1 (purple)
Grinder no 2 (green)
Grinder no 3 (orange)
Pump motor
Milk level probe 1
Milk level probe 2
Cold milk air 2 SV
Milk cleaning 2 SV
Hot milk air 2 SV
Coin acceptor coil no 1
Coin acceptor coil no 2
EVALF1
EVNL1
EVALC1
Cold air SV
Milk SV
Hot air SV
EVLCF
EVNR
Hot / cold milk selection SV
Clean / flush SV
EVVS1
EVRP1
EVNL
Steam coil SV
Steam cleaning purge-flush SV
Milk pump cleaning SV
EVALF2
EVNL2
EVALC2
Cold air SV
Milk SV
Cold / hot air SV
58
►List
►
of error codes
Error
code
no
1
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
10.1
10.2
11
11.1
11.2
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
31.1
32
33
34
35
35.1
Component
SHK
SHV
SHG
SNK
Left piston
Left piston
Left piston
Right piston
Right piston
Right piston
FN1A
FN2
FN3
FN1B
FN8
FN1C
FN1D
FN4
FN6
FN7
THV
THG
THK
Left piston
Left piston
Left piston
Left piston
Left piston
Left piston
Left piston
Error code description
High level probe
Connection error, level probes
The two level probes not covered
Low level probe error
Tray rotation time-out
Coffee boiler heater overheating safety device
Steam boiler heater overheating safety device
Group boiler heater overheating safety device
Pellet cleaning unit plug open
Coffee grounds drawer out
Lowering Time-out disconnected
Lowering Time-out motor slow
Lowering Time-out transmission
Lowering Time-out disconnected
Lowering Time-out motor slow
Lowering Time-out transmission
Communication error, left screen
Communication error, right screen
Decaffeinated trap safety system
Fuse broken
Fuse broken
Fuse broken
Fuse broken
Fuse broken
Fuse broken
Fuse broken
Fuse broken
Fuse broken
Fuse broken
Screen fan over-voltage
Steam overheating safety device
Group overheating safety device
Coffee overheating safety device
Boiler filling time-out
Encoder Fault
Encoder Fault
Low position fault
Does not rise safety time-out
Movement error
Rise safety time-out fault
TKC Rise safety time-out fault
59
36
37
38
41
41.1
42
43
44
45
45.1
46
47
48
50
51
52
57
60
61
62
66
67
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
90
91
92
Left piston
Left piston
Left piston
Right piston
Right piston
Right piston
Right piston
Right piston
Right piston
Right piston
Right piston
Right piston
Right piston
THK
THK
Left piston
Left piston
THV
THV
Right piston
Right piston
THG
THG
CPV
CPV
CPR
CPR
CHU
CHU
SEA
STM
STM
DOG
DOD
DOE
Jammed or simultaneous faults on the encoder and the PMBas
Does not move backwards
Encoder Fault
Encoder Fault
Encoder Fault
Low position fault
Does not rise safety time-out
Movement error
Rise safety time-out fault
TKC Rise safety time-out fault
Jammed or simultaneous faults on the encoder and the PMBas
Does not move backwards
Encoder Fault
Coffee boiler thermostat probe disconnected
Coffee boiler thermostat probe, short circuit
Over-voltage during descent
Over-voltage during expulsion
Steam boiler thermostat probe disconnected
Steam boiler thermostat probe, short circuit
Over-voltage during descent
Over-voltage during expulsion
Volumetric meters reversed
Group thermostat probe disconnected
Group thermostat probe disconnected
Error
Short circuit
Error
Short circuit
Error
Short circuit
Inlet water pressure error
Steamair probe disconnected
Steamair probe disconnected in short circuit
Jammed
Jammed
Jammed
Machine settings corrupted
Piston settings corrupted
Calibration settings corrupted
TG8030
T401
CN20
T301
MICROSWITHES
TIROIR A MARC
DRAWER
MICROSWITCHES
T201
TANGO SOLO ST SCHEMA DE
CABLAGE DE PRINCIPE
CN21
L401
MOULIN VERT
GREEN GRINDER
B
L301
MOULIN ROUGE
RED GRINDER
T101
L201
CN41
C
Contacteur
sécurité
44710
D
L101
MOULIN ORANGE
ORANGE GRINDER
MOTEUR POMPE
PUMP MOTOR
22V~
E
A
OPTO SHG
CN47
SHG
RESISTANCE GROUPE
UNIT HEATING ELEMENT
6
22V~
F
BORNIER / PLUG
3
19V~
19V~
Diruptor
T
5
TRANSFORMATEUR
TRANSFORMER
S
CN43
CHAUDIERE CAFE/VAPEUR
3
200 V 230 V 240V
R
2
BORNIER /
PLUG
N
1
MR N/TR 200V 230V 240V
SHV
P3
MV
1
RS3
2
RS2
RS1
OPTO SHV
CN29
P2
MO
CN44
P1
0/N 0/N
FASE-COMP
60
►Electric
►
wirings
4
T101
6
L201
L301
L401
T201
T301
T401
CN20
L101
3
MICROSWITHES
TIROIR A MARC
DRAWER
MICROSWITCHES
TG8030
5
CN43
CHAUDIERE VAPEUR
3
TANGO DUO ST SCHEMA
DE CABLAGE DE PRINCIPE
CN21
SHG
SHV
2
RESISTANCE GROUPE
UNIT HEATING ELEMENT
1
RS6
2
RS5
RS4
OPTO SHV
CHAUDIERE CAFE
1
MOULIN VERT
GREEN GRINDER
OPTO SHG
CN47
CN29
P3
MOULIN ROUGE
RED GRINDER
A
P2
CN41
B
P1
MOULIN ORANGE
ORANGE GRINDER
MOTEUR POMPE
PUMP MOTOR
C
Contacteur
sécurité
44710
D
4
22V~
E
6
22V~
F
BORNIER / PLUG
3
19V~
19V~
Diruptor
T
5
TRANSFORMATEUR
TRANSFORMER
S
3
200 V 230 V 240V
R
2
BORNIER /
PLUG
N
1
MR N/TR 200V 230V 240V
SHC
P3
MV
1
RS3
OPTO SHK
2
RS2
RS1
CN30
P2
MO
CN44
P1
0/N 0/N
FASE-COMP
61
4
62
BRANCHEMENT BORNIER / TERMINAL CONNECTING
400. 415 v
3 Ph+N+T/Grd
50/60HZ
T/Grd (Vert/Jaune )
(Green/Yellow)
N (Bleu -Blue)
(Marron / Brown)
(Noir / Black)
(Gris / Grey)
T/Grd (Vert/Jaune )
(Green/Yellow)
N (Bleu -Blue)
(Marron / Brown)
(Noir / Black)
(Gris / Grey)
T/Grd
N
R
S
T
F
E
D
C
B
A
T/Grd
N
Ph1
200.230.240 v
Mono+T/Gr
50/60HZ
T/Grd
N
R
S
T
F
E
D
C
B
A
3 FILS -3 WIRES
5 FILS -5 WIRES
200 .220 .230v
3 Ph+T/Grd
50/60HZ
400. 4
3 Ph+
50/60
ST
T/Grd
N
R
S
T
F
E
D
C
B
A
BRA
T/Grd (Vert/Jaune )
(Green/Yellow)
(Bleu -Blue)
(Marron / Brown)
(Noir / Black)
(Gris / Grey)
T/Gr
(Gre
N
(M
(N
(G
5F
T/Grd
N
R
S
T
F
E
D
C
B
A
T phase 1
S
phase 2
phase 3
10/03/17
Ref=46240
200 .
3 Ph
50/60
CN14
CN15
6
4
TG8029
2
12v =
12v =
TG8037
1
2
4
3
5
3
1
CAPTEUR
DE
PRESSION
RESEAU
PBD
CAPTEUR DE
PRESSION
CHAUDIERE
VAPEUR
PBG
1
CN8 3
TG8037
CODEUR GAUCHE
LEFT ENCODER
COG
TG8027
CAPTEUR GAUCHE PLATEAU
TURN-TABLE LEFT SENSOR
PPD
CAPTEUR DROIT PLATEAU
TURN-TABLE RIGHT SENSOR
POINT MORT BAS PISTON GAUCHE
LEFT PISTON LOW POSITION
VERT / GREEN
NOIR / BLACK
ROUGE / RED
VERT / GREEN
NOIR / BLACK
ROUGE / RED
VERT / GREEN
NOIR / BLACK
ROUGE / RED
PPG
CODEUR DROITE
RIGHT ENCODER
POINT MORT BAS PISTON DROIT
RIGHT PISTON LOW POSITION
VERT / GREEN
NOIR / BLACK
ROUGE / RED
COD
TG8017
CN7
2
SONDE THERMOSTATIQUE GROUPE
GROUP THERMOSTATIC PROBE
1
2
DOE
1
2
DOG
1
2
DOD
2
1
4
3
2 12V =
SNI
SNB
CN12
ECLAIRAGE LED GAUCHE
ECLAIRAGE LED DROITE
CHAUDIERE VAPEUR
STEAM BOILER
CN9
TG8037
TG8037
6
4 Out
3 In
2
8 Out
FR8029
7 In
1
3
4
CN6
5
9
13
12 Out
11 In
10
SECURITE EAU / WATER LACK SAFETY MICROSWICTH
SECURITE BOUCHON PASTILLES
CLEANING PLUG SAFETY MICROSWITCH
DOSEUR EAU CHAUDE
HOT WATER DOSER
DOSEUR EAU GAUCHE
LEFT WATER DOSER
SONDE THERMOSTIQUE CHAUDIERE CAFE
COFFEE BOILER THERMOSTATIC PROBE
S MAN
DOSEUR EAU DROIT
RIGHT WATER DOSER
NOIR
CAPTEUR PHOTO ELECTRIQUE MOULIN ROUGE
RED GRINDER PHOTO-ELECTRIC SENSOR
NOIR
GRIS
SCHEMA ELECTRIQUE 5 / 12V
5/12V ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
CAPTEUR TRAPPE MANUELLE
MANUAL TRAP SENSOR
VERT / GREEN
NOIR / BLACK
ROUGE / RED
02 11
15
2
4
8
3
10
7
CN17
9
CN26
TG8027
CN27
12v =
NOIR
GRIS
CAPTEUR PHOTO ELECTRIQUE MOULIN VERT
GREEN GRINDER PHOTO-ELECTRIC SENSOR
GRIS
FR8032
CAPTEUR PHOTO ELECTRIQUE MOULIN ORANGE
ORANGE GRINDER PHOTO-ELECTRIC SENSOR
63
♦♦ Electric wirings 5/12V
TG8035
CN25
2
1
CN 34
CN35
24V =
TG8043
TG8045
EV NR
EV LCF
EV SV
EV VAPEUR
STEAM EV
EV SE
EV EAU CHAUDE
HOT WATER EV
EV RE
EV VS
EV NETTOYAGE
RINCAGE
EV REMPLISSAGE
CHAUDIERE
BOILER FILLING EV
EV CAPPUCCINO
GAUCHE
LEFT CAPPUCCINO EV
EV LAIT
GAUCHE
LEFT MILK EV
24v~
EV CG
EV VS
EV LG
EV NR
24v~
24v~
EV LAIT CHAUD FROID
HOT COLD MILK EV
ELECTRO-AIMANT
ELECTRO-MAGNET
EA MAN
EV NETTOYAGE
RINCAGE
CLEANING RINSE EV
24v~
24v~
EV NETTOYAGE
GROUPES
UNIT CLEANING EV
EV NK
24v~
24v~
EV NO
EV NETTOYAGE
CAPPUCCINI
CAPPUCCINI
CLEANING EV
EV NC
24v~
02 11
15
ELECTROVANNE CAFE
GAUCHE
LEFT COFFEE
ELECTROVALVE
EV KG
24v~
1
EV AEG
EV AJOUT D'EAU
GAUCHE
LEFT WATER
ADDING EV
2
TG8029
CN38
TG8029
CN39
MOTOREDUCTEUR PISTON GAUCHE
LEFT PISTON MOTOREDUCTEUR
MOTOREDUCTEUR PISTON DROIT
RIGHT PISTON MOTOREDUCER
MOTOREDUCTEUR PLATEAU
TURN-TABLE MOTOREDUCER
SCHEMA ELECTRIQUE 24V
24V ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
EV BEC
TG8037
CN23
TG8037
CN22
EV AED
EV M2
EVKD
EV M1
EV BEC
EV CD
EV LD
64
♦♦ Electric wiring 24V
65
►TFT
►
screen replacement
Tools:
-Phillips screwdriver
-Flat-blade screwdriver
Example with a grille of the Tango Solo ST
Remove the glass cover of the cup heater
and unscrew the 2 screws at the front.
1
Unscrew the 2 screws underneath, while
holding the grille so that it does not fall.
2
Remove the grille and disconnect the 3
connectors.
Unscrew the 8 screws and disconnect
the fan connector.
Earth
Fan connector
USB cable
connecting cable
3
Remove the support plate from the grille.
5
4
Unscrew the
underneath.
6
5
screws
from
the
66
Unscrew the 3 screws from the top of the
grille
Remove the underneath of the grille.
7
8
Unscrew the 2 Phillips screws and then
remove the ear and recover the screws
and the brass pins.
Detach the screen.
10
9
Remove the rear cover
screwdriver in the notches.
11
using
a
12
Installing the new screen:
Replace the cover with the fan on the new screen, then proceed to assemble by repeating
all previous operations in the reverse order.
EVNL cn36 25
➾
EVALC1 cn36 36
EV LAIT
N.O
IN
OUT
EVALF1 cn36 14
Chaud
Froid
REGLAGE AIR REGLAGE AIR
➾
➾
➾
EVNR = EVV
cn34 816
EV 3V LAIT
CHAUD/FROID
EVLCF = EVA
cn34 715
➾
➾
EVALC1 cn36 36
EV LAIT
N.O
EVALF1 cn36 14
➾
Chaud
Froid
REGLAGE AIR REGLAGE AIR
IN
OUT
EVNR = EVV
cn34 816
➾
EAU CHAUDE
EVNC cn35 36
➾
VAPEUR
EVRP1 = EVCG
cn35 25
OUT
IN
EVVS1 = EVLG cn35 14
CIRCUIT LAIT CHAUD
HOT MILK CIRCUIT
➾
EVLCF = EVA
EVNL cn36 25
➾
➾
➾
EV 3V LAIT
CHAUD/FROID
➾
➾
VAPEUR
CIRCUIT LAIT FROID
COLD MILK CIRCUIT
EAU CHAUDE
EVNC cn35 36
EVVS1 = EVLG cn35 14
EVRP1 = EVCG
cn35 25
OUT
IN
EVLCF = EVA
cn34 715
VAPEUR
➾
➾
➾
➾
VAPEUR
67
►Milk
►
system
➾
EVNL cn36 25
EVALC1 cn36 36
EV LAIT
N.O
IN
OUT
EVALF1 cn36 14
Chaud
Froid
REGLAGE AIR REGLAGE AIR
➾
➾
➾
➾
➾
➾
EVNR = EVV
cn34 816
EV 3V LAIT
CHAUD/FROID
EVLCF = EVA
cn34 715
➾
➾
EVVS1 = EVLG cn35 14
EVRP1 = EVCG
cn35 25
OUT
IN
CIRCUIT MOUSSE FROIDE
COLD FOAM CIRCUIT
EAU CHAUDE
EVNC cn35 36
VAPEUR
EVNL cn36 25
EVALC1 cn36 36
EV LAIT
N.O
➾
➾
➾
EVALF1 cn36 14
➾
Chaud
Froid
REGLAGE AIR REGLAGE AIR
IN
OUT
➾
➾
EV 3V LAIT
CHAUD/FROID
EVLCF = EVA
cn34 715
EVNR = EVV
cn34 816
➾
VAPEUR
➾
➾
➾
CIRCUIT MOUSSE CHAUDE
HOT FOAM CIRCUIT
EAU CHAUDE
EVNC cn35 36
EVRP1 = EVCG
cn35 25
OUT
IN
EVVS1 = EVLG cn35 14
CIRCUIT LAIT CHAUD
HOT MILK CIRCUIT
➾
➾
➾
➾
CIRCUIT LAIT FROID
COLD MILK CIRCUIT
68
➾
69
♦♦ Subassembly TG1300
Non return valve
EV air
23616
23618
CN 325
35518
23612
CN 128
s eau chaude
lait
ers vapeur
37286
23619
23615
37285
CN-343
51555
Milk pump
MI-6
27821
35550
EV cleaning
TG2058
12740
PG-14
50120
TG4040
52302
REF
TG6530
TG6531
TG6532
TG6535
longueur Nombre
45
3
50
2
70
2
110
3
26153
NOTA:
LA PIECE DOIT ETRE CONFORME A LA DIRECTIVE EUROPEENNE 2008/35/CE RELATIVE A LA LIMITATION DE L'UTILISATION DE SUBSTANCES DANGEREUSES (CADMIUM,
PLOMB,CHROME HEXAVALENT,MERCURE, PBB OU PBDE)
05/09/16
VG
JCO
5
Ajout d'un clapet anti-retour 23618 et donc changement longueur tubes concernés
20/04/16
VG
JCO
4
Tube aspiration lait changement de référence (12740) + gicleur 26153
70
♦♦ Removing the TG1300 sub-assembly
Remove the cup heater grille, then
unscrew the 4 screws from the cup heater
1
Disconnect connectors of the solenoid
valves and the pump.
Remove the top plate, TG3048.
2
Unscrew (not fully) the two screws; then
simply slide the unit forwards to extract
the ST module.
300
(450 duo)
150
Goulotte
machine
100
3
400
4
250
(400 duo)
Mod
85
70
100
120
85
Module without the TG1300 unit.
5
250
(Module) lait
Vapeur chaudière
23613
4
Raccord rapide coudé 2V D4 F-F
0
23614
1
Raccord TE D4 M-F-F
0
23615
1
Raccord rapide coudé 2V D4F 1-8
0
23616
1
Raccord rapide Y D4F
0
27845
1
O-ring d 17.13 x 2.62
35018
2
Electrovanne 3V D4F 24V-DC
0
35518
2
Electrovanne 2V D4F 24V-DC
0
50111
1
VIS CHC M4 X 70 INOX
51351
2
ECROU 1/8
51552
1
RONDELLE INOX 4.25x14x0.8
51818
2
ENTRETOISE
CN 128
4
VIS TF M4 X 8
CN 325
2
VIS INOX TC 4 X 6
CN-343
1
RONDELLE EVENTAIL ZINGUE DE 3
PG-14
1
ECROU H M4
TG2059
1
TOLE SUPPORT BLOC LAIT
1
TG4034
1
Répartiteur 2T pompe lait
1
0
0
71
♦♦ Subassembly TG1301
Heating coil pipe
EV milk
TG6040
23613
PG-14
CN-343
51552
35518
35018
EV cleaning
51818
TG2059
dule (vapeur)
51351
t
23615
CN 325
EV steam
CN 128
50111
TG4034
23616
27845
23614
REF
TG6532
TG6533
TG6534
TG6536
TG6537
TG6539
TG6540
TG6541
longueur SOLO DUO
70
2
2
85
1
1
100
2
2
120
1
1
150
1
1
250
2
1
300
1
0
400
1
2
NOTA:
LA PIECE DOIT ETRE CONFORME A LA DIRECTIVE EUROPEENNE 2008/35/CE RELATIVE A LA LIMITATION DE L'UTILISATION DE SUBSTANCES DANGEREUSES (CADMIUM,
PLOMB,CHROME HEXAVALENT,MERCURE, PBB OU PBDE)
08/03/16
VG
JCO
2
Enlèvement de pièces pour concordance avec SE prod
03/03/16
VG
JCO
1
Ajout longueur tubes pour DUO
CREATION
28/01/16
Date
Matière :
VG
JCO
0
dessiné
controlé
indice
Echelle :
modification
Tolérances générales :
+/- 0.1mm - angulaires: +/-0.3° - rugosité: Ra 6.3
72
♦♦ Removing the TG1301 sub-assembly
Note: Perform this operation after having removed the grille from
the machine (see «Replacement of the TFT screen» part, p:62).
Unscrew the milk outlet on the nozzle.
1
Disconnect the boiler steam tube
3
Disconnect the outlet tube from the EVNR
(3-way solenoid valve)
5
Unscrew the coffee grounds drawer stop,
which also serves to hold it (tool: 3mm
Allen key)
2
Disconnect the steam outlet tube from
the EVRP1
4
Disconnect the milk tube from the EVLCF
6
73
Disconnect the steam bleeder tube from
the coil.
7
Machine without the TG1301 unit.
9
Disconnect the connectors from the 4
solenoid valves, then take out the unit.
8
Check the inlet nozzle
(refrigerator tube)
Check for pinching /
positioning of the tube in the
refrigerator
Check the milk time in
seconds (product settings)
Check pump rotation speed,
replace if needed
Check the speed of the
pump (between 20% and
35%)
Check the EVVS solenoid
valve heating circuit (coil
heating)
Check the coil; it is probably
clogged. Replace if
necessary
Dose problem
Check steam boiler pressure
+-1.1bar
Not hot enough
MILK
Check the sealing of the
hot/cold air EVALF/EVALC
SV
Check the pump union /
EVNL sealing
Check the hot water nonreturn valve, change if
necessary
Check the refrigerator
module circuit for air leaks
Bubble at the nozzle or
spitting
If EVLCF does not operate
check the presence of 24
VDC; if OK replace the
solenoid valve
Check the EVLCF; it must be
in operation during a cold
cycle.
Check the milk
temperature in the
refrigerator
Cold milk / not cold
enough
"Milk” system diagnosis
Follow step by step from the top
to the bottom, for each element.
74
♦♦ Troubleshooting
Check the milk time in
seconds (product settings)
Check pump rotation speed,
replace if necessary
Check the pump speed
(between 20% and 35%)
Check the EVVS solenoid
valve heating circuit (coil
heating)
Check the coil; it must be
clogged.
Check the inlet nozzle
(refrigerator tube)
Dose problem
Check steam boiler pressure
+-1.1bar
Not hot enough
Review the air settings
(flush first)
Check the tightness of the
entire hydraulic circuit
Change the pump
Check the pump speed in
relation to the product (hot
10-15%/ cold 5070%
Disconnect the hot water
valve, run a cycle, if presence
foam with spitting problem of
air entry (check
EVALF/EVALC)
Change the pump
Reduce cold air if cold product
Reduce hot air if hot product
Check the "advanced milk
settings" (see of adjustment
sheet)
Check EVALC (hot milk) or
EVALF (cold milk)
Check that the hot water valve
is not clogged
Foam too dense
Check the pump speed in
relation to the product (hot 1015%/ cold 5070%
Poor quality foam
Check milk temperature
between 3°C and 8°C
No foam
FOAM
Increase cold air if cold
product
Increase hot air if hot product
Check the pump speed in
relation to the product (hot 1015%/ cold 5070%
Foam not dense enough
Check the sealing of the
hot/cold air EVALF/EVALC SV
Check the pump union / EVNL
Check the hot water nonreturn valve, change if
necessary
Check the refrigerator module
circuit for air leaks
Bubbly foam or spitting from
the nozzle
Foam system diagnosis; follow step by step
from the top to the bottom,
for each element.
If EVLCF does not operate
check the presence of 24
VDC; if OK replace the
solenoid valve
Check EVLCF; it must be in
operation during a cold cycle.
Check the milk in the
refrigerator (check the
calibration)
Cold milk / not cold enough
75
76
♦♦ Emergency list
PieCeS DetaCheeS De 1ere urGenCe SPeCifiQueS auX tanGo StP
ref
DeSiGnation
DeSiGnation
Qte
12740
TUBE SILICONE 5 x 9
SILICONE PIPE 5 x 9
1m
12734
TUBE PTFE DIA:4
PIPE PTFE DIA:4
3m
23610
RACCORD RAPIDE DROIT PASSE CLOISON
QUICK FITTING BULKHEAD
23611
EQUERRE RACCORD RAPIDE PASSE CLOISONBULKHEAD CONNECTOR
23613
RACCORD RAPIDE COUDE 2V D:4 F-F
ELBOW QUICK FITTING 2W D:4 F-F
2
23615
RACCORD RAPIDE COUDE D:4 F-1/8G
ELBOW QUICK FITTING D:4 F-1/8G
4
23616
RACCORD RAPIDE Y D:4 F-F-F
QUICK FITTING Y D:4 F-F-F
2
23618
CLAPET ANTI-RETOUR D:4 F-F
NON RETURN VALVE D:4 F-F
6
23619
REGLAGE AIR MICROMETRIQUE C/F D:4 F-F
SETTING AIR HOT/COLD D:4 F-F
1
26124
GOUPILLON NETTOYAGE
CLEANING BRUSH
1
26153
REDUCTEUR CAPPUCCINATORE D2.5
CAPPUCCINATORE REDUCER D2.5
3
27821
JOINT TORIQUE 1.78 x 12.42
O-RING 1.78 x 12.42
4
2
2
35018
ELECTROVANNE 3V D4F 24V-DC
ELECTROVALVE 3W 24V-DC D4F
1
35518
ELECTROVANNE 2V D4F 24V-DC
ELECTROVALVE 2W 24V-DC D4F
1
37285
MOTEUR POMPE 24V AVEC CABLE
PUMP MOTOR 24V
1
37286
ENSEMBLE FIxATION POUR POMPE 24V
FIxING SET FOR 24V PUMP
1
92027
DETERGENT LIQUID ACID - LAIT 1000 ML
LIQUID DETERGENT ACID - MILK 1000ML
1
TUBE SERPENTIN VAPEUR INOx
HEATING COIL PIPE FOR STEAM
1
COUPE TUBE
PIPE CUTTING
1
44321
VENTILATEUR CABLE AVEC CONNECTEUR
FAN WITH WIRE
1
45148
BOITIER BTx TANGO ST
BTx ELECTRONIC BOx TANGO ST
2
45381
CARTE CPU
CPU CARD
1
TG6040
ref RS: 722198
45382
CARTE DRIVER EV
ELECTROVALVE DRIVER CARD
1
45384
CARTE MODULE 2EME PISTON
MODULE CARD 2ND PISTON
1
PieCeS DetaCheeS De 1ere urGenCe SPeCifiQueS auX tanGo StP
ref
DeSiGnation
DeSiGnation
Qte
12740
TUBE SILICONE 5 x 9
SILICONE PIPE 5 x 9
1m
12734
TUBE PTFE DIA:4
PIPE PTFE DIA:4
3m
23610
RACCORD RAPIDE DROIT PASSE CLOISON
QUICK FITTING BULKHEAD
23611
EQUERRE RACCORD RAPIDE PASSE CLOISONBULKHEAD CONNECTOR
23613
RACCORD RAPIDE COUDE 2V D:4 F-F
ELBOW QUICK FITTING 2W D:4 F-F
2
23615
RACCORD RAPIDE COUDE D:4 F-1/8G
ELBOW QUICK FITTING D:4 F-1/8G
4
23616
RACCORD RAPIDE Y D:4 F-F-F
QUICK FITTING Y D:4 F-F-F
2
23618
CLAPET ANTI-RETOUR D:4 F-F
NON RETURN VALVE D:4 F-F
6
23619
REGLAGE AIR MICROMETRIQUE C/F D:4 F-F
SETTING AIR HOT/COLD D:4 F-F
1
2
2
26124
GOUPILLON NETTOYAGE
CLEANING BRUSH
1
26153
REDUCTEUR CAPPUCCINATORE D2.5
CAPPUCCINATORE REDUCER D2.5
3
27821
JOINT TORIQUE 1.78 x 12.42
O-RING 1.78 x 12.42
4
35018
ELECTROVANNE 3V D4F 24V-DC
ELECTROVALVE 3W 24V-DC D4F
1
35518
ELECTROVANNE 2V D4F 24V-DC
ELECTROVALVE 2W 24V-DC D4F
1
37285
MOTEUR POMPE 24V AVEC CABLE
PUMP MOTOR 24V
1
37286
ENSEMBLE FIxATION POUR POMPE 24V
FIxING SET FOR 24V PUMP
1
92027
DETERGENT LIQUID ACID - LAIT 1000 ML
LIQUID DETERGENT ACID - MILK 1000ML
1
TG6040
TUBE SERPENTIN VAPEUR INOx
HEATING COIL PIPE FOR STEAM
1
COUPE TUBE
PIPE CUTTING
1
44321
VENTILATEUR CABLE AVEC CONNECTEUR
FAN WITH WIRE
1
45148
BOITIER BTx TANGO ST
BTx ELECTRONIC BOx TANGO ST
2
ref RS: 722198