Instructions for Use, Manual JURA ENA 7

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Instructions for Use
The Instructions for Use has been awarded the seal of
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Inspection Agency, TÜV SÜD, due to its easy-to-understand
style, its thoroughness and coverage of safety aspects.
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Your ENA 7
Control elements
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Important information
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Proper use .................................................................................................................................................................6
For your safety .........................................................................................................................................................6
1 Preparing and using for the first time
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JURA on the Internet ...............................................................................................................................................7
3-colour plain text display ......................................................................................................................................7
Setting up the machine ..........................................................................................................................................7
Filling the water tank ..............................................................................................................................................7
Filling the bean container ......................................................................................................................................7
First-time use ............................................................................................................................................................8
Inserting and activating the filter .........................................................................................................................8
Determining and adjusting the water hardness ................................................................................................9
Adjusting the grinder ............................................................................................................................................ 10
2 Preparation
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Espresso and coffee ............................................................................................................................................... 10
Preparing two speciality coffees at the touch of a button .............................................................................. 11
Aroma Boost ............................................................................................................................................................ 11
Preground coffee .................................................................................................................................................... 11
Permanently setting the amount of water for the cup size ............................................................................12
Cappuccino ..............................................................................................................................................................12
Hot milk and milk foam ........................................................................................................................................13
Cappuccino with the 2-stage frothing nozzle ...................................................................................................13
Hot milk with the 2-stage frothing nozzle ........................................................................................................ 14
Hot water................................................................................................................................................................. 14
3 Daily operation
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Switching on the machine ....................................................................................................................................15
Daily maintenance..................................................................................................................................................15
Switching off the machine ....................................................................................................................................15
4 Permanent settings in programming mode
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Products ...................................................................................................................................................................15
Energy-saving mode ............................................................................................................................................. 16
Automatic switch-off............................................................................................................................................. 16
Unit for amount of water ......................................................................................................................................17
Language..................................................................................................................................................................17
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Maintenance
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Rinsing the machine ..............................................................................................................................................17
Cleaning the machine ........................................................................................................................................... 18
Changing the filter................................................................................................................................................. 18
Descaling the machine ........................................................................................................................................ 19
Rinsing the cappuccino frother .......................................................................................................................... 20
Cleaning the cappuccino frother ........................................................................................................................ 21
Dismantling and rinsing the Professional Cappuccino Frother.....................................................................22
Dismantling and rinsing the Easy Cappuccino Frother ..................................................................................22
Dismantle and rinse the 2-stage frothing nozzle ............................................................................................22
Cleaning the bean container ...............................................................................................................................23
Descaling the water tank......................................................................................................................................23
Display messages
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Troubleshooting
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Transport and environmentally friendly disposal
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Transport / Emptying the system .......................................................................................................................26
Disposal ...................................................................................................................................................................26
Technical data
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Index
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JURA contact details / Legal information
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Symbol description
Warnings
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Always take note of any information marked with the words CAUTION
or WARNING and a warning sign. The signal word WARNING draws
your attention to potential serious injury, and the signal word
CAUTION to potential minor injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION draws your attention to potential damage to the machine.
Symbols used
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Prompt to take action. This symbol means that you are being
prompted to perform some action.
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Information and tips to make it even easier to use your ENA.
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References to the JURA website, which provides further information
that may be of interest to you: www.jura.com
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Display message
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Water tank
Powder chute for preground coffee
Coffee grounds container
Drip tray
Cup grille
6 Bean container cover
7 l Switch for hot water and steam
preparation
8 Connector System© for different
cappuccino frothers
9 Easy Cappuccino Frother
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< Espresso button
Q On/Off button
Grinding wheel
Cover
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c Maintenance button
n Steam button
> Coffee button
g Rotary Switch
Display
The Connector System© permits the use of different cappuccino frothers. These are available from
stockists.
Professional Cappuccino Frother
Milk foam
Hot milk
Easy Cappuccino Frother
Milk foam
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Important information
Proper use
The machine is designed and intended for private
domestic use. It should only be used for coffee
preparation and to heat milk and water. Use for
any other purpose will be deemed improper. JURA
Elektroapparate AG cannot accept any responsibility for the consequences of improper use.
Before using the machine read these instructions
for use thoroughly and completely and comply
with the instructions they contain. Keep these
instructions for use close to the machine and pass
them on to the next user.
There is a risk of scalds or burns on the spouts and
the cappuccino frother.
Place the machine out of the reach of children.
Do not touch any hot parts. Use the handles
provided.
Ensure that the cappuccino frother is correctly
fitted and clean. If incorrectly fitted or if they
become blocked, the cappuccino frother or its
parts might come off.
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A defective machine is not safe and could cause
injury or fire. To avoid damage and any associated
risk of injury or fire:
Never allow the mains cable to loosely hang
down. The mains cable could pose a tripping
hazard or become damaged.
Protect the ENA from environmental influences such as rain, frost and direct sunlight.
Do not immerse the ENA, cables or connections in water.
Do not put the ENA or any individual parts in
the dishwasher.
Switch your ENA off at the power switch before
any cleaning operation. Always wipe the ENA
with a damp cloth rather than a wet one, and
protect it from prolonged exposure to water
splash.
Only connect the machine to the mains
voltage in accordance with the information on
the rating plate. The rating plate is located on
the underside of your ENA. Further technical
data is provided in these instructions for use
(see Chapter 9 ‘Technical data’).
Please only use original JURA maintenance
products. Use of products that are not
explicitly recommended by JURA could
damage the ENA.
Do not use any coffee beans treated with
additives or caramelised coffee beans.
Only fill the water tank with fresh, cold water.
Switch the machine off at the power switch if
you are going to be absent for a longer period
of time.
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For your safety
Please carefully read and observe the important
safety information set out below.
To avoid danger of potentially fatal electric shock:
Never use a machine which is damaged or has
a defective mains cable.
In the event of signs of damage, for example if
there is a smell of burning, unplug the
machine immediately from the mains supply
and contact JURA service.
If the mains cable of this machine is damaged,
it must be repaired either directly by JURA or
by an authorised JURA service centre.
Make sure that the ENA and the mains cable
are not located close to hot surfaces.
Be careful to ensure that the mains cable is not
trapped and does not rub against sharp edges.
Never open and repair the machine yourself.
Do not modify the machine in any way that is
not described in these instructions for use. The
machine contains live parts. If opened, there is
a danger of potentially fatal injury. Repairs
may only be carried out by authorised JURA
service centres, using original spare parts and
accessories.
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People, including children, who
do not have the physical, sensory or mental
capabilities to use the machine safely or
are inexperienced or lack knowledge in how to
use the machine safely
must be supervised by a responsible person when
using it, or must be instructed in how to use it
correctly.
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Safety when handling the CLARIS Blue filter
cartridge:
Filter cartridges should be kept out of the
reach of children.
Store filter cartridges in a dry place in the
sealed packaging.
Protect cartridges from heat and direct
sunlight.
Do not use damaged cartridges.
Do not open filter cartridges.
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Red: The ENA is prompting you to perform
some action.
Yellow: You are in programming mode.
Setting up the machine
When setting up your ENA, please note the following:
Place the machine on a horizontal surface that
is not sensitive to water.
Choose a spot for your ENA which protects the
machine against overheating. Ensure that the
ventilation slots are not covered.
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Filling the water tank
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To enjoy the perfect cup of coffee we recommend
changing the water every day.
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Preparing and using for the
first time
This chapter provides you with the information
you need to use your ENA without any problems.
You will prepare your ENA step-by-step to enjoy
your first perfect cup of coffee.
JURA on the Internet
Visit us on the Internet.
@ On the JURA website (www.jura.com) you
will find interesting and up-to-date
information on your ENA and on every
aspect of coffee.
3-colour plain text display
Your ENA features a 3-colour plain text display.
The colours of the display texts have the following
meanings:
Green: The ENA is ready for use.
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CAUTION
Milk, mineral water or other liquids can damage
the water tank or the machine.
T Only fill the water tank with fresh, cold water.
T Remove the water tank and rinse with cold
water.
T Fill the water tank with fresh, cold water and
reinsert it.
Filling the bean container
CAUTION
Coffee beans which have been treated with
additives (e.g. sugar), preground coffee or
freeze-dried coffee will damage the grinder.
T Only use untreated coffee beans to refill the
bean container.
T Remove the bean container cover.
T Remove any dirt or foreign objects from
inside the bean container.
T Fill the bean container with coffee beans.
T Close the bean container.
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First-time use
E When the ENA is switched off with the On/
Off button, the machine consumes less than
0.01 W of standby energy.
J WARNING
If the machine is operated with a defective mains
cable, there is a danger of potentially fatal electric
shock.
T Never use a machine which is damaged or
has a defective mains cable.
l T Turn the switch anticlockwise to position m.
SYSTEM FILLING
CLOSE TAP
y T Turn the switch clockwise to position o.
SYSTEM FILLING
HEATING
PRESS ROTARY
T Place a receptacle under the coffee spout.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to start the rinse.
RINSING, the system rinses itself,
stopping automatically.
READY
Precondition: The water tank and bean container
are full.
T Insert the mains plug into a power socket.
Q T Press the On/Off button to switch the
machine on.
SPRACHE DEUTSCH
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until the required
language is displayed, for example
LANGUAGE ENGLISH.
Inserting and activating the filter
Your ENA no longer has to be descaled if you are
using the CLARIS Blue filter cartridge.
E Perform the ‘inserting the filter’ operation
without any interruptions. This will ensure
that your ENA always produces its best.
Precondition: READY is displayed.
k T Press and hold the Rotary Switch until
RINSE appears.
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until FILTER - is
displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to enter the
programme item.
NO k T Press the Rotary Switch to confirm the
language setting.
OK, the language is set.
OPEN TAP
T Place a receptacle under the cappuccino
frother.
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until YES p is
displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to confirm the
setting.
OK
INSERT FILTER
T Remove and empty the water tank.
T Open the filter holder.
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T Insert the filter cartridge into the water tank,
exerting slight pressure.
Determining and adjusting the water
hardness
E If you are using the CLARIS Blue filter
cartridge and have activated it in programming mode, you will not be able to adjust
the water hardness.
The harder the water is, the more frequently the
ENA needs to be descaled. It is therefore important
to adjust the water hardness.
T Close the filter holder. It will click into place
audibly.
E After two months, the filter will cease to
work. You can check the elapsed time by
referring to the date plate on the filter holder
in the water tank.
T Fill the water tank with fresh, cold water and
reinsert it.
T Place a receptacle (at least 500 ml) under the
cappuccino frother.
k T Press the Rotary Switch.
OPEN TAP
l T Turn the switch anticlockwise to position m.
FILTER RINSING, water flows out of
the cappuccino frother.
E You can interrupt rinsing of the filter at any
time. To do this, turn the switch clockwise.
Turn the switch anticlockwise to continue
rinsing the filter.
E The water may be slightly discoloured. This
is not harmful to health and does not affect
the taste.
Rinsing of the filter stops automatically,
CLOSE TAP.
y T Turn the switch clockwise to position o.
HEATING
READY
The filter is now activated.
The water hardness can be adjusted on a continuous scale between 1° dH and 30° dH. It can also be
deactivated, which means that the ENA will not let
you know when it has to be descaled.
Determining the water hardness
You can find out what the water hardness is by
using the Aquadur® test strip supplied as standard.
T Hold the test strip briefly (for one second)
under running water.
T Shake off the water.
T Wait for about one minute.
T You will then be able to read the degree of
water hardness from the discolouration of
the Aquadur® test strip and the description
on the packaging.
The water hardness can now be adjusted.
Adjusting the water hardness
Example: Change the water hardness setting from
16 °dH to 25 °dH.
Precondition: READY is displayed.
k T Press and hold the Rotary Switch until
RINSE appears.
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until HARDNESS
is displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to enter the
programme item.
16 °dH
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until 25 °dH is
displayed.
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k T Press the Rotary Switch to confirm the setting.
OK, the water hardness is set.
HARDNESS
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until EXIT is
displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to exit programming
mode.
READY
Adjusting the grinder
You can adjust the grinder on a continuous scale to
suit the degree of roast of your coffee.
CAUTION
If you adjust the consistency of grind when the
grinder is not operating, the grinding wheel could
be damaged.
T Only adjust the consistency of grind when
the grinder is running.
The consistency of grind setting is correct if the
coffee flows regularly from the coffee spout.
In addition a fine, thick crema forms.
Example: Change the consistency of grind during
the preparation of an espresso.
T Place a cup under the coffee spout.
< T Press the Espresso button to start preparation.
T Turn the grinding wheel to the desired
position while the grinder is running.
2 Preparation
E You can stop the machine at any time while
a coffee speciality or steam for cappuccino is
being prepared. Just press any button.
E Before and during the grinding operation
you can select the coffee strength of
‘1 espresso’ and ‘1 coffee’: MILD,
NORMAL, STRONG.
E During preparation, you can change the
preset amount of water by turning the
Rotary Switch.
E You can follow the current status of
preparation on the progress bar.
You can make permanent settings for all products
in programming mode (see Chapter 4 ‘Permanent
settings in programming mode – Products’).
Espresso and coffee
The preparation of ‘1 espresso’ and ‘1 coffee’ always
follows this model.
Example: Prepare one coffee.
Precondition: READY is displayed.
T Turn the coffee spout to the ‘1 cup’ position.
T Place a cup under the coffee spout.
> T Press the Coffee button to start preparation.
1 COFFEE, the preset amount of water
flows into the cup.
Preparation stops automatically.
1 ESPRESSO, the preset amount of
water flows into the cup and preparation
stops automatically.
READY
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Preparing two speciality coffees at the
touch of a button
The preparation of ‘2 espressi’ and ‘2 coffees’ follows this same model.
Example: Prepare two espressi.
Precondition: READY is displayed.
T Turn the coffee spout to the ‘2 cups’
position.
T Place a cup under the coffee spout.
= T Press the Aroma Boost button to start
preparation.
SPECIAL, the preset amount of water
flows into the cup.
Preparation stops automatically.
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Preground coffee
You can choose a second coffee variety, for example decaffeinated coffee, with the powder chute for
preground coffee.
E Never add more than two level measuring
spoons of preground coffee.
E Use preground coffee which is not ground
T Place two espresso cups under the coffee
spout.
< T Press the Espresso button twice (within two
seconds) to start coffee preparation.
2 ESPRESSI, the preset amount of
water flows into the cups.
Preparation stops automatically.
READY
Aroma Boost
When you prepare an ‘Aroma Boost’ the maximum
possible amount of powder is freshly ground and
extracted to make an extra strong espresso or
coffee.
Precondition: READY is displayed.
T Turn the coffee spout to the ‘1 cup’ position.
too finely. Very fine coffee can block up the
system so that the coffee only comes out in
drips.
E If you did not fill the machine with a
sufficient amount of preground coffee, NOT
ENOUGH POWDER is displayed and the
ENA stops the operation.
E The desired speciality coffee must be
prepared within approximately one minute
after filling with the preground coffee.
Otherwise the ENA stops the operation and
is once more ready for use.
All speciality coffees with preground coffee are
prepared following this model.
Example: Prepare a cup of coffee using preground
coffee.
Precondition: READY is displayed, the coffee
spout is set to the ‘1 cup’ position.
T Place a cup under the coffee spout.
T Open the powder chute.
FILL POWDER
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T Place the filler funnel for preground coffee
on to the powder chute.
T Place one level measuring spoon of
preground coffee into the filler funnel.
T Remove the filler funnel.
T Close the powder chute.
SELECT BUTTON
> T Press the Coffee button to start preparation.
1 COFFEE, the preset amount of water
flows into the cup.
Preparation stops automatically.
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E It is also possible to prepare two cups of
preground coffee. To do this, place two cups
under the coffee spout and add two level
measuring spoons of preground coffee into
the filler funnel. Press the Coffee button >
twice (within two seconds) to start
preparation.
Permanently setting the amount of water
for the cup size
It is easy to permanently set the amount of water
for all speciality coffees, milk specialities and hot
water to the cup size. Adjust the amount once as
shown in the following example. Every time you
prepare a drink in the future, this amount of water
will be dispensed.
Permanent setting of the amount of water to the
cup size for all speciality coffees, milk specialities
and hot water follows this model.
Example: Permanently adjust the amount of
water to the cup size.
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Precondition: READY is displayed, the coffee
spout is set to the ‘1 cup’ position.
T Place a cup under the coffee spout.
> T Press and hold the Coffee button.
1 COFFEE, the grinding operation starts.
> T Continue to hold the Coffee button down
until ENOUGH COFFEE? appears.
> T Release the Coffee button.
The coffee flows into the cup.
T Press any button as soon as there is
sufficient coffee in the cup.
OK, 1 COFFEE, the set amount of water
for one coffee is permanently stored.
READY
E You can alter this setting at any time by
repeating the above procedure.
Cappuccino
For a cappuccino you must first froth the milk
using the cappuccino frother. You then prepare an
espresso straight into the milk foam.
E This chapter applies to the Professional and
Easy Cappuccino Frothers.
Precondition: READY is displayed, the coffee
spout is set to the ‘1 cup’ position.
T Take the protective cover off the cappuccino
frother.
T Attach the milk pipe to the cappuccino
frother.
T Insert the other end of the milk pipe into a
milk carton or connect it to a milk container.
T Place a cup under the cappuccino frother.
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T Place a cup under the cappuccino frother.
cino Frother, set the selector switch to the
Milk Foam position p.
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T Press the Steam button.
HEATING
As soon as the ENA has heated up, READY
appears again.
l T Turn the switch anticlockwise to position m.
STEAM, the milk foam is prepared.
y T Turn the switch clockwise to position o
when there is sufficient milk foam in the cup.
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E If you are using the Professional Cappuccino Frother, set the selector switch to the
Milk Foam position p.
E If you want to heat the milk, turn the
selector switch of the frother to the Milk
position t.
E You can continue to prepare steam for the
next 40 seconds or so without the machine
having to heat up again.
T Place a cup under the coffee spout.
< T Press the Espresso button to start preparation.
1 ESPRESSO, the preset amount of
water flows into the cup.
Preparation stops automatically.
To make sure the cappuccino frother always works
properly, it should be rinsed and cleaned regularly
(see Chapter 5 ‘Maintenance – Rinsing the cappuccino frother’).
Hot milk and milk foam
E This chapter applies to the Professional and
Easy Cappuccino Frothers.
Example: Proceed as follows to prepare milk foam.
Precondition: READY is displayed.
T Take the protective cover off the cappuccino
frother.
T Attach the milk pipe to the cappuccino
frother.
T Insert the other end of the milk pipe into a
milk carton or connect it to a milk container.
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T Press the Steam button.
HEATING
As soon as the machine has heated up,
READY appears.
l T Turn the switch anticlockwise to position m.
STEAM, the milk foam is prepared.
y T Turn the switch clockwise to position o
when there is sufficient milk foam in the cup.
E You can continue to prepare steam for the
next 40 seconds or so without the machine
having to heat up again.
To make sure the cappuccino frother always works
properly, rinse and clean it regularly (see Chapter 5
‘Maintenance – Rinsing the cappuccino frother’).
Cappuccino with the 2-stage frothing
nozzle
Precondition: READY is displayed, the coffee
spout is set to the ‘1 cup’ position.
T Push the 2-stage frothing nozzle to the
lower position.
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T Place a cup of milk below the 2-stage
frothing nozzle and immerse the nozzle in
the milk.
Hot milk with the 2-stage frothing nozzle
Precondition: READY is displayed.
T Push the 2-stage frothing nozzle to the
upper position.
T Place a cup of milk below the 2-stage
frothing nozzle and immerse the nozzle in
the milk.
E If the nozzle does not reach into the cup, lift
the cup.
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T Press the Steam button.
HEATING
As soon as the ENA has heated up, READY
appears again.
l T Turn the switch anticlockwise to position m.
STEAM, the milk is frothed by the hot
steam.
y T Turn the switch clockwise to position o
when the milk foam has reached the
required consistency.
E You can continue to prepare steam for the
next 40 seconds or so without the machine
having to heat up again.
T Place a cup under the coffee spout.
< T Press the Espresso button to start preparation.
1 ESPRESSO, the preset amount of
water flows into the cup.
Preparation stops automatically.
To make sure the 2-stage frothing nozzle always
works properly, it should be rinsed regularly (see
Chapter 5 ‘Maintenance – Dismantle and rinse the
2-stage frothing nozzle’).
E If the nozzle does not reach into the cup, lift
the cup.
T Prepare steam (see Chapter 2 ‘Preparation –
Cappuccino with the 2-stage frothing
nozzle’).
Hot water
E To prepare hot water, either attach the
hot-water nozzle or the 2-stage frothing
nozzle to the Connector System©.
J CAUTION
There is a danger of scalding from hot water
splashes.
T Avoid direct contact with the skin.
Precondition: READY is displayed.
T Place a cup under the hot-water spout.
l T Turn the switch anticlockwise to position m.
WATER, hot water flows into the cup.
y T Turn the switch clockwise when there is
sufficient water in the cup.
READY
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Daily operation
On/Off button, the machine consumes less
than 0.01 W of standby energy.
Switching on the machine
When the ENA is switched on, a prompt to perform a rinse operation automatically appears.
Q T Press the On/Off button to switch the ENA on.
HEATING
PRESS ROTARY
T Place a receptacle under the coffee spout.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to start the rinse.
RINSING, the system rinses itself,
stopping automatically.
READY
Daily maintenance
To ensure that you get many years of reliable
service out of your ENA and to guarantee the
optimum coffee quality, the machine requires daily
maintenance.
T Remove the drip tray.
T Empty the coffee grounds container and
drip tray and rinse with warm water.
T Reinsert the coffee grounds container and
the drip tray.
T Rinse the water tank with clean water.
T Dismantle and rinse the cappuccino frother
(see Chapter 5 ‘Maintenance – Rinsing the
cappuccino frother’).
T Wipe the surface of the machine with a
clean, soft, damp cloth (e.g. microfibre
cloth).
Switching off the machine
When the ENA is switched off, the system is
automatically rinsed if a coffee speciality has been
prepared.
T Place a receptacle under the coffee spout.
Q T Press the On/Off button.
RINSING, the system rinses itself,
stopping automatically. The ENA is switched
off.
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Products
You can make the following permanent settings for
coffee specialities:
Amount of water: 25 ML – 240 ML (per cup)
Coffee strength (for 1 espresso and 1 coffee):
MILD, NORMAL, STRONG
Temperature: NORMAL, HIGH
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Permanent settings in programming mode always
follow the same model.
Example: Permanently change the coffee strength
(FLAVOUR) for 1 coffee from NORMAL to
STRONG.
Precondition: READY is displayed.
k T Press and hold the Rotary Switch until
RINSE appears.
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until PRODUCT is
displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to enter the
programme item.
SELECT BUTTON
E Next select the button of the product for
which you would like to make settings. No
product is prepared at this point.
E To change the setting for a double product,
press the corresponding button twice within
two seconds.
> T Press the Coffee button.
1 COFFEE
WATER
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until FLAVOUR is
displayed.
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k T Press the Rotary Switch to enter the
programme item.
NORMAL
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until STRONG is
displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to confirm the
setting.
OK, the coffee strength is set.
FLAVOUR
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until EXIT is
displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to exit the programme item.
PRODUCT
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until EXIT is
displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to exit programming
mode.
READY
Energy-saving mode
The ENA can be permanently set to an energysaving mode (Energy Save Mode, E.S.M.©):
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U The ENA is constantly ready for use.
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be prepared without having to wait.
ENERGY p
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switches to the energy-saving temperature
and is not ready for use. When the machine
is at energy-saving temperature, this is
indicated on the display by the message
ENERGY ON.
Before preparing coffee or hot water, the
machine heats up.
Example: Change the energy-saving mode from
ENERGY - to ENERGY p.
Precondition: READY is displayed.
k T Press and hold the Rotary Switch until
RINSE appears.
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g T Turn the Rotary Switch until ENERGY - is
displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to enter the
programme item.
ECONOMY g T Turn the Rotary Switch until ECONOMY p
is displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to confirm the
setting.
OK, the energy-saving mode is set.
ENERGY p
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until EXIT is
displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to exit programming
mode.
READY
Automatic switch-off
By instructing your ENA to automatically switch
itself off, you can cut down your energy consumption. If this function is activated, your ENA switches
off automatically after the preset time following
the last action on the machine.
You can set the automatic switch-off to 15 minutes,
0.5 – 15 hours, or inactive.
Example: Change the automatic switch-off time
from 2 HRS to 1 HRS.
Precondition: READY is displayed.
k T Press and hold the Rotary Switch until
RINSE appears.
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until OFF AFTER
is displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to enter the
programme item.
2 HRS
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until 1 HRS is
displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to confirm the
setting.
OK, the automatic switch-off time is set.
OFF AFTER
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g T Turn the Rotary Switch until EXIT is
displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to exit programming
mode.
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until LANGUAGE
is displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to enter the
programme item.
READY
Unit for amount of water
You can change the unit for the amount of water
from ‘ml’ to ‘oz’.
Example: Change the unit for the amount of water
from ML to OZ.
Precondition: READY is displayed.
k T Press and hold the Rotary Switch until
RINSE appears.
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until DISPLAY is
displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to enter the
programme item.
ML
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until OZ is displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to confirm the
setting.
OK, the unit for the amount of water is set.
DISPLAY
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until EXIT is
displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to exit programming
mode.
READY
Language
In this programme item you can set the language
used by your ENA.
Example: Change the language from ENGLISH
to DEUTSCH.
Precondition: READY is displayed.
k T Press and hold the Rotary Switch until
RINSE appears.
ENGLISH
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until DEUTSCH is
displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to confirm the
setting.
OK, the language is set.
SPRACHE
g T Turn the Rotary Switch until EXIT is
displayed.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to exit programming
mode.
BEREIT
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Maintenance
Your ENA has the following integrated maintenance programmes:
Rinsing the machine
Cleaning the machine
Changing the filter
Descaling the machine
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E Clean or descale the machine or change the
filter when the display prompts you to do so.
Rinsing the machine
You can initiate the rinse operation manually at
any time.
Precondition: READY is displayed.
T Place a receptacle under the coffee spout.
k T Press and hold the Rotary Switch until
RINSE appears.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to enter the
programme item.
RINSE
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k T Press the Rotary Switch to initiate the rinse
operation.
RINSING, the system rinses itself,
stopping automatically.
READY
Cleaning the machine
T Place a receptacle under the coffee spout.
k T Press the Rotary Switch to start cleaning.
CLEANING, water flows out of the coffee
spout.
The operation is interrupted,
ADD TABLET.
T Open the powder chute for preground coffee
and drop in a JURA cleaning tablet.
After 180 preparations or 80 switch-on rinses, the
ENA will prompt you to clean it.
CAUTION
If the wrong cleaning agent is used, the machine
could be damaged and/or traces could be left
behind in the water.
T Use only original JURA maintenance
products.
E The cleaning programme lasts approximately 15 minutes.
E Do not interrupt the cleaning programme.
The quality of cleaning will be impaired if
you do so.
E JURA cleaning tablets are available from
stockists.
Precondition: CLEAN / READY is displayed.
T Open the cover behind the Rotary Switch.
c T Press the Maintenance button.
T Close the powder chute for preground
coffee.
PRESS ROTARY
k T Press the Rotary Switch.
CLEANING, water flows out of the coffee
spout several times.
EMPTY TRAY
T Empty the drip tray and coffee grounds
container and reinsert them.
READY
T Turn the coffee spout to the ‘1 cup’ or
‘2 cups’ position.
EMPTY TRAY
T Empty the drip tray and coffee grounds
container and reinsert them.
PRESS ROTARY
T Turn the coffee spout to the ‘Cleaning’
position.
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Changing the filter
E After 50 litres of water have flowed through,
the filter will cease to work. Your ENA will
automatically prompt you to change the
filter.
E After two months, the filter will cease to
work. You can check the elapsed time by
referring to the date plate on the filter holder
in the water tank.
E If the CLARIS Blue filter cartridge is not
activated in programming mode, you will
not be prompted to change the filter.
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Precondition: FILTER / READY is displayed.
T Open the cover behind the Rotary Switch.
c T Press the Maintenance button.
INSERT FILTER
T Remove and empty the water tank.
T Open the filter holder and remove the old
filter cartridge.
T Insert a new filter cartridge into the water
tank, exerting slight pressure.
T Close the filter holder. It will click into place
audibly.
T Fill the water tank with fresh, cold water and
reinsert it.
T Place a receptacle (at least 500 ml) under the
cappuccino frother.
k T Press the Rotary Switch.
OPEN TAP
l T Turn the switch anticlockwise to position m.
FILTER RINSING, water flows out of
the cappuccino frother.
E You can interrupt rinsing of the filter at any
time. To do this, turn the switch clockwise.
Turn the switch anticlockwise to continue
rinsing the filter.
E The water may be slightly discoloured. This
is not harmful to health and does not affect
the taste.
Rinsing of the filter stops automatically,
CLOSE TAP.
y T Turn the switch clockwise to position o.
HEATING
READY
Descaling the machine
The ENA builds up deposits of limescale over time
and automatically prompts you to descale it when
necessary. The degree of calcification depends on
the hardness of your water.
J CAUTION
If the descaling agent comes into contact with the
skin or eyes, this can cause irritation.
T Avoid contact with the skin or eyes.
T Rinse off descaling agent with clean water.
Should you get any descaling agent in your
eye, seek medical attention.
CAUTION
If the wrong descaling agent is used, the machine
could be damaged and/or traces could be left
behind in the water.
T Use only original JURA maintenance
products.
CAUTION
If the descaling operation is interrupted, there may
be damage to the machine.
T Allow the descaling programme to run to
the end.
CAUTION
If the descaling agent comes into contact with
sensitive surfaces (e.g. marble), damage cannot be
ruled out.
T Clean up any splashes immediately.
E The descaling programme lasts approximately 40 minutes.
E JURA descaling tablets are available from
stockists.
E If you use a CLARIS Blue filter cartridge and
this is activated, you will not be prompted to
descale.
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Precondition: DE-SCALE / READY is
displayed.
T Open the cover behind the Rotary Switch.
c T Press the Maintenance button.
EMPTY TRAY
T Empty the drip tray and coffee grounds
container and reinsert them.
AGENT IN TANK
T Remove and empty the water tank.
T Completely dissolve the contents of one
blister (three JURA descaling tablets) in a
receptacle holding 500 ml of water. This
may take several minutes.
T Remove the water tank, rinse thoroughly, fill
with fresh, cold water and reinsert.
OPEN TAP
l T Turn the switch anticlockwise to position m.
DE-SCALING, water flows out of the
Connector System©.
The operation is interrupted, CLOSE TAP.
y T Turn the switch clockwise to position o.
DE-SCALING, the descaling operation
is continued.
EMPTY TRAY
T Empty the drip tray and coffee grounds
container and reinsert them.
READY
T Reattach the cappuccino frother to the
Connector System©.
E If the descaling operation stops unexpectedly, rinse the water tank thoroughly.
T Pour the solution into the empty water tank
and reinsert the tank.
OPEN TAP
T Carefully pull the cappuccino frother off the
Connector System©.
T Place a receptacle (at least 500 ml) under the
Connector System©.
l T Turn the switch anticlockwise to position m.
DE-SCALING, water flows out of the
Connector System© several times.
CLOSE TAP
y T Turn the switch clockwise to position o.
DE-SCALING, the descaling operation
is continued.
EMPTY TRAY
T Empty the drip tray and coffee grounds
container and reinsert them.
T Empty the receptacle and place it back
under the Connector System©.
FILL WATER TANK
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Rinsing the cappuccino frother
E This chapter applies to the Professional and
Easy Cappuccino Frothers.
To ensure that the cappuccino frother always works
properly, you should rinse it with water after every
milk preparation. Your ENA will not prompt you to
rinse the cappuccino frother.
T Remove the milk pipe from the milk carton
or the milk container.
T Fill a receptacle with fresh water and
immerse the milk pipe in the water.
T Place another receptacle under the
cappuccino frother.
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T Place another receptacle under the
cappuccino frother.
cino Frother, turn the selector switch to the
Milk Foam p or Milk t position.
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T Press the Steam button.
HEATING
As soon as the ENA has heated up, READY
appears again.
l T Turn the switch anticlockwise to position m.
STEAM, the cappuccino frother and the
pipe are rinsed.
y T Turn the switch clockwise to position o as
soon as clean water flows into the receptacle.
Cleaning the cappuccino frother
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E If you are using the Professional Cappuccino Frother, turn the selector switch to the
Milk Foam p or Milk t position.
n
T Press the Steam button.
HEATING
E This chapter applies to the Professional and
Easy Cappuccino Frothers.
To ensure that the cappuccino frother always works
properly, you should clean it daily when you have
been preparing milk. Your ENA will not prompt
you to clean the cappuccino frother.
CAUTION
If the wrong cleaning agent is used, the machine
could be damaged and/or traces could be left
behind in the water.
T Use only original JURA maintenance
products.
E JURA Cappuccino Cleaner is available from
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y T
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T
l T
stockists.
T Remove the milk pipe from the milk carton
or the milk container.
T Pour 250 ml of fresh water into a receptacle
and add one capful (max. 15 ml) of Cappuccino Cleaner.
T Immerse the milk pipe in the receptacle.
y T
As soon as the ENA has heated up, READY
appears again.
Turn the switch anticlockwise to position m.
STEAM, the cappuccino frother and the
pipe are cleaned.
Turn the switch clockwise to position o as
soon as the receptacle containing the
Cappuccino Cleaner is empty.
Rinse the receptacle thoroughly, fill it with
250 ml of fresh water and immerse the milk
pipe in it.
Empty the receptacle under the cappuccino
frother and place it back under the frother.
Turn the switch anticlockwise to position m.
STEAM, the cappuccino frother and the
pipe are rinsed with fresh water.
Turn the switch clockwise to position o as
soon as the receptacle containing the water
is empty.
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Dismantling and rinsing the
Professional Cappuccino Frother
T Carefully remove the Professional Cappuccino Frother from the Connector System© by
twisting slightly.
T Dismantle the cappuccino frother into its
individual parts.
T Rinse all parts of the cappuccino frother
thoroughly under running water.
T Reassemble the cappuccino frother.
E Ensure that all individual parts are correctly
and firmly connected to ensure correct
operation of the cappuccino frother.
T Firmly attach the cappuccino frother to the
Connector System©.
Dismantle and rinse the 2-stage frothing
nozzle
T Rinse all parts of the cappuccino frother
thoroughly under running water.
T Reassemble the cappuccino frother.
To ensure that the 2-stage frothing nozzle always
works properly, you should clean it regularly if you
have frothed or heated milk.
E Ensure that all individual parts are correctly
J CAUTION
Burns caused by hot frothing nozzle and Connector System.
and firmly connected to ensure correct
operation of the cappuccino frother.
T Allow the frothing nozzle to cool before
cleaning it.
T Firmly attach the cappuccino frother to the
Connector System©.
Dismantling and rinsing the
Easy Cappuccino Frother
T Carefully pull the frothing nozzle off the
Connector System©.
T Unscrew the frothing nozzle using the hole
on the measuring spoon for preground
coffee.
T Carefully remove the Easy Cappuccino
Frother from the Connector System© by
twisting slightly.
T Dismantle the cappuccino frother into its
individual parts.
T Rinse all three nozzle parts thoroughly under
running water.
T Reassemble the frothing nozzle and attach it
to the Connector System©.
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Cleaning the bean container
Coffee beans may be covered with a slight oil film
which remains on the walls of the bean container.
These traces may negatively affect the coffee
result. For this reason clean the bean container
from time to time.
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Q T Press the On/Off button to switch the
machine off.
T Disconnect the mains plug.
T Remove the bean container cover.
T Remove the coffee beans with a vacuum
cleaner.
T Clean the bean container with a soft, dry
cloth.
T Fill the bean container with fresh coffee
beans, then close the bean container cover.
Descaling the water tank
Limescale deposits may form in the water tank. To
ensure correct function of the machine, descale
the water tank from time to time.
T Remove the water tank.
T If you use a CLARIS Blue filter cartridge,
remove it.
T Descale the tank with a mild conventional
descaling agent in accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions.
T Rinse the water tank thoroughly.
T If you use a CLARIS Blue filter cartridge,
reinsert it.
T Fill the water tank with fresh, cold water and
reinsert it.
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6 Display messages
Message
Cause/Result
Action
FILL WATER TANK
The water tank is empty. You
cannot prepare any products.
T Fill the water tank (see Chapter 1
‘Preparing and using for the first time’).
EMPTY GROUNDS
The coffee grounds container is
full. You cannot prepare any
speciality coffees or steam, but
you can prepare hot water.
T Empty the coffee grounds container
and the drip tray (see Chapter 3 ‘Daily
operation’).
TRAY MISSING
The drip tray is not inserted
correctly or is not inserted at all.
You cannot prepare any
speciality coffees, but you can
prepare hot water and steam.
T Insert the drip tray.
FILL BEANS
The bean container is empty.
You cannot prepare any
speciality coffees, but you can
prepare hot water and steam.
T Fill the bean container (see Chapter 1
‘Preparing and using for the first time’).
READY / CLEAN
The ENA is prompting you to
clean it.
T Perform cleaning (see Chapter 5
‘Maintenance – Cleaning the machine’).
READY / DE-SCALE The ENA is prompting you to
T Perform descaling (see Chapter 5
‘Maintenance – Descaling the machine’).
descale it.
READY / FILTER
After 50 litres of water have
flowed through the CLARIS Blue
filter cartridge, it will cease to
work.
T Replace the CLARIS Blue filter
cartridge (see Chapter 5 ‘Maintenance – Changing the filter’).
NOT ENOUGH
POWDER
There is insufficient preground
coffee in the machine; the ENA
stops the operation.
T The next time you prepare a
beverage, add more preground coffee
(see Chapter 2 ‘Preparation – Preground coffee’).
TOO HOT
The system is too hot to start a
maintenance programme.
T Wait for several minutes until the
system has cooled or prepare a
speciality coffee or hot water.
OPEN TAP
The system must be filled with
water. You cannot prepare any
products.
T Place a receptacle under the
cappuccino frother and turn the switch
anticlockwise to position m.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause/Result
Action
Insufficient foam is
produced when the milk
is frothed or milk sprays
from the cappuccino
frother.
The cappuccino frother is
dirty.
T Clean the cappuccino frother (see
Chapter 5 ‘Maintenance – Cleaning the
cappuccino frother’).
Coffee only comes out
in drips when it is being
prepared.
Coffee or preground coffee
has been ground too finely
and is blocking the system.
T Set the grinder to a coarser setting or
use coarser preground coffee (see
Chapter 1 ‘Preparing and using for the
first time – Adjusting the grinder’).
Water hardness cannot
be adjusted.
The CLARIS Blue filter
cartridge is activated.
T Deactivate the CLARIS Blue filter
cartridge in programming mode.
FILL WATER TANK
The water tank float is
trapped.
T Descale the water tank .
Grinder is making a very
loud noise.
There are foreign objects in
the grinder.
T Contact customer support in your
country (see Chapter 11 ‘JURA contact
details / Legal information’).
Little or no water or steam
comes out of the
cappuccino frother. The
pump is very quiet.
The connector of the cappuccino frother may be blocked
by milk residues or limescale
fragments loosened during
descaling.
T Remove the cappuccino frother.
T Unscrew the black connector with the
aid of the hexagonal hole on the
measuring spoon for preground coffee.
T Thoroughly clean the connector.
T Screw the connector back on by hand
and carefully tighten it using the
hexagonal hole on the measuring spoon,
turning by no more than a quarter of a
rotation.
ERROR 2 is displayed.
If the machine was exposed
to the cold for a long period
of time, heating is disabled
for safety reasons.
T Warm the machine at room temperature.
Other ERROR messages
are displayed.
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is displayed although the
water tank is full.
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T Switch off the ENA with the On/Off
button. Contact customer support in your
country (see Chapter 11 ‘JURA contact
details / Legal information’).
E If you were unable to solve the problem, contact customer support in your country (see Chapter 11
‘JURA contact details / Legal information’).
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Transport and environmentally
friendly disposal
Transport / Emptying the system
Keep the packaging for your ENA. It should be
used to protect the machine during transport.
In order to protect the ENA from frost during transport, the system must be emptied.
Precondition: READY is displayed.
n T Press the Steam button.
HEATING
As soon as the ENA has heated up, READY
appears again.
l T Turn the switch anticlockwise to position m.
STEAM, hot steam is discharged from the
cappuccino frother.
T Remove and empty the water tank.
Steam will continue to be discharged until
the system is empty.
CLOSE TAP
FILL WATER TANK
Q T Press the On/Off button to switch the
machine off.
y T Turn the switch clockwise to position o.
E The next time you use the machine the
system must be refilled (see Chapter 1
‘Preparing and using for the first time –
First-time use’).
Disposal
Please dispose of old machines in an environmentally friendly way.
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Old machines contain valuable, recyclable materials which should be recycled. Please therefore
dispose of old machines via suitable collection
systems.
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9 Technical data
Voltage
220–240 V ~, 50 Hz
Power
1450 W
Safety test
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Energy consumption
Approx. 13.5 Wh
ECONOMY Energy consumption
Approx. 4 Wh
ECONOMY p
Pump pressure
Static, max. 15 bar
Holding capacity of
water tank
1.1 l
Holding capacity of
bean container
125 g
Holding capacity of
coffee grounds
container
Approx. 10 servings
Cable length
Approx. 1.1 m
Weight
Approx. 9.3 kg
Dimensions
(W × H × D)
23.8 × 36 × 44.5 cm
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Index
A
D
Addresses 29
Aroma Boost 11
Automatic switch-off 16
Degree of water hardness 9
Descaling
Machine 19
Water tank 23
Determining and adjusting the water hardness 9
Display 5, 7
Display messages 24
Drip tray 4
B
Bean container 4
Cleaning 23
Filling 7
Bus bar
Technical data 26
Button
Aroma Boost 5
Coffee button 5
Espresso button 5
Maintenance button 5
On/Off button 5
Steam button 5
C
Cappuccino 12
With the 2-stage frothing nozzle 13
Cappuccino frother
Cleaning 21
Easy Cappuccino Frother 4
Rinsing 20
CLARIS Blue filter cartridge
Changing 18
Inserting and activating the filter 8
Cleaning
Bean container 23
Cappuccino frother 21
Machine 18
Coffee 10
Coffee grounds container 4
Coffee spout
Rotating coffee spout 4
Connector System© 4
Consistency of grind
Adjusting the grinder 10
Grinding wheel 5
Contact details 29
Cover 5
Cup grille 4
Customer support 29
E
Easy Cappuccino Frother 4
Easy Cappuccino Frother
Dismantling and rinsing 22
Emptying the system 26
Energy-saving mode 16
Errors
Troubleshooting 25
Espresso 10
F
Filling
Bean container 7
Water tank 7
Filter
Changing 18
Inserting and activating the filter 8
First-time use 8
Frother
Easy Cappuccino Frother 4
H
Hotline 29
Hot milk 13
Hot water 14
Hot water and steam preparation
Switch for hot water and steam preparation 4
I
Internet 7
J
JURA
Contact details 29
Internet 7
L
Language 17
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Machine
Cleaning 18
Descaling 19
Rinsing 17
Setting up 7
Switching off 15
Switching on 15
Maintenance
Daily maintenance 15
Maintenance 17
Messages, display 24
Milk
Hot 13
Milk foam 13
Safety 6
Safety information 6
Settings
Permanent settings in programming mode 15
Setting up
Setting up the machine 7
Switch for hot water and steam preparation 4
Switching off 15
Switching on 15
Switch-off
Automatic switch-off 16
Symbol description 3
P
Permanently setting the water for the cup size 12
Permanent settings in programming mode 15
Powder chute 4
Powder chute for preground coffee 4
Preground coffee 11
Preparation 10
Aroma Boost 11
Cappuccino 12
Coffee 10
Espresso 10
Milk 13
Preground coffee 11
Problems
Troubleshooting 25
Professional Cappuccino Frother
Dismantling and rinsing 22
Programming mode 15
Automatic switch-off 16
Energy-saving mode 16
Language 17
Products 15
Unit for amount of water 17
Proper use 6
R
Rinsing
Cappuccino frother 20
Machine 17
Rotary Switch 5
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Technical data 26
Telephone 29
Troubleshooting 25
U
Unit for amount of water 17
Use, First-time 8
W
Water tank
Descaling 23
Filling 7
Website 7
Art. 69081/ENA 7/en/200909
11 JURA contact details / Legal
information
JURA Elektroapparate AG
Kaffeeweltstrasse 10
CH-4626 Niederbuchsiten
Tel. +41 62 38 98 233
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@ You will find additional contact details for
your country at www.jura.com.
Directives
The machine complies with the following directives:
2006/95/EC – Low Voltage Directive
2004/108/EC – Electromagnetic Compatibility
2005/32/EC – Ecodesign
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Technical changes
We reserve the right to make technical changes.
The illustrations in these instructions for use show
the ENA 7 Ristretto Black model. Some details of
your ENA may vary.
Feedback
Your opinion is important to us! Use the contact
link at www.jura.com.
Copyright
The instructions for use contain information which
is protected by copyright. It is not permitted to
photocopy these instructions for use or translate
them into another language without the prior written consent of JURA Elektroapparate AG.
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