lb-00100-41-GB F10-20 Technical F10-20 V3

F10-20 V3
F11-F12 COFFEE/LM (V.3-230 VOLT AC)
F21-F22 COFFEE/LM (V.3-230 VOLT AC)
EN
English
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EDITION NOVEMBER
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
POSITION FOR ELECTRICAL – HYDRAYLIC CONNECTION AND DIRECT DISCHARGE ........... 4
CHARACTERISTICS ......................................................................................................................................... 5
TEST REPORT ON ENERGY CONSUMPTION ............................................................................................ 6
MACHINE KEYPADS ........................................................................................................................................ 6
DOSE PROGRAMMING .................................................................................................................................... 7
STARTING UP ................................................................................................................................................... 12
INFORMATION PROCEDURE AND DISPENSING RESET ..................................................................... 13
SYSTEM MANAGER........................................................................................................................................ 15
F10 20 MACHINE PARAMETERS ................................................................................................................. 16
SERVICE ............................................................................................................................................................ 18
MANUAL MOVEMENTS F 10 ........................................................................................................................ 20
MANUAL MOVEMENTS F 20 ........................................................................................................................ 20
TEST ACTUATORS F10 .................................................................................................................................. 21
TEST ACTUATORS F20 .................................................................................................................................. 22
INFO-RESET F10 ............................................................................................................................................. 23
INFO-RESET F20 ............................................................................................................................................. 24
ALARM HISTORY F10-F20 ............................................................................................................................ 25
FILES MANAGER F10 - F20 ........................................................................................................................... 26
UPDATE SOFTWARE ...................................................................................................................................... 27
PRESET PARAMETERS.................................................................................................................................. 29
TROUBLE SHOOTING .................................................................................................................................... 30
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS FOR MACHINE CALIBRATION......................................................................... 34
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A CORRECT PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ...................................... 35
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POSITION FOR ELECTRICAL – HYDRAYLIC CONNECTION AND DIRECT DISCHARGE
F11 - 12
F21-22
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CHARACTERISTICS
CHARACTERISTICS
F COFFEE
Number of groups
Number of grinders
Steam tap
Hot water outlet
Decaffeinated door
Maximum quantity of coffee dispensed per hour
Width (mm.)
Height (mm.)
Depth (mm.)
Net weight (Kg.)
Boiler capacity (lt.)
Boiler resistor (W)
Brewer group resistor W (PTC)
Automatic milk frother
Voltage
OPTIONAL
Boiler resistor (W)
Mix cold water for coffee both groups
Mix cold water for Tea
Automatic milk frother for RH group
Coffee group by-pass for both groups
RM5 coin mechanism
Interface :I/O - PC - Smart card
Direct discharge
Single hopper with lock
Manual milk frother
FLM
F11
F12
F21
F22
F11
F12
F21
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1+1
1+1
1
1
1+1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
180
180
360
360
180
180
360
360
360
600
600
360
360
600
730
730
730
730
730
730
730
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
52
57
72
76
52
57
72
4.2
4.2
11
11
4.2
4.2
11
2800
2800
4500
4500
2800
2800 4500
70
70
70+70
70+70
70
70
70+70
1
1
1
200V-1+N - 50/60Hz - 200V-3 - 50/60Hz - 230V-1+N - 50/60Hz
230V-3 - 50/60Hz - 400V-3+N - 50/60Hz
3300
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3300
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1+1
1+1
1+1
1
1
1+1
1+1
1+1
1+1
1+1
1
1
1+1
1+1
3300
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3300
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
F22
2
2
1+1
1
1
360
600
730
580
76
11
4500
70+70
1
1+1
1+1
1
1+1
1
1
1+1
1+1
1+1
1+1
1
1+1
1
1
1+1
1+1
Please note: F11-12 SELF version is supplied with hopper with lock and without decaffeinated door and steam arm.
Materials used:
- Copper for boiler
- Copper for piping
- Reinforced silicone for the articulated feed tube
- Reinforced silicone for the articulated pump tube
- Aluminium with stainless steel lining for the brewing group
- Aluminium for the grinders
- Plastics suitable for applications, food service equipment and contact with ground coffee or coffee
- Brass for taps and connections
- Varnished metal for main body
- Plastic for controls zone painted
- Stainless steel for working zone and cups tray.
FUNCTIONS OF THE JUMPERS ON THE MASTER BOARD
OPEN JUMPER
J
U P1
M
P
E P2
R
P3
CLOSE JUMPER
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MASTER BOARD and SOLENOID
VALVE 230 VOLT
LM VERSION
COFFEE VERSION
--------------------------------
WITH THE 2° MILK FROTHER
AND MIX COLD WATER FOR
GROUP AND TEA.
Please note: after making any changes to the settings of the jumpers , carry out a “PRESET CONFIGURATION DATA” (see electrical
diagram).
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TEST REPORT ON ENERGY CONSUMPTION
Machine type: F10LM 380V 3N
Heating element 2.8 KW, machine load 1.0 KW, boiler 4,2 l
Environment temperature: 20°C
1. HEAT UP PHASE
To reach operational boiler pressure, 1.3 bar, in 9’.20” (min, sec)
2. IDLE PHASE
Stand by at 1.3 bar during 24 hours
3. VENDING PHASE
Delivery of No. 30 cups of coffee of 130ml, one cup every 2 minutes
Machine type: F20LM 380V 3N
Heating element 4.5 KW, machine load 1.6 KW, boiler 11 l
Environment temperature: 20°C
1. HEAT UP PHASE
To reach operational boiler pressure, 1.3 bar, in 12’.25” (min, sec)
2. IDLE PHASE
Stand by at 1.3 bar during 24 hours
3. VENDING PHASE
Delivery of No. 30 cups of coffee of 130ml, one cup every 2 minutes
MEASUREMENT
Consumption 0.4 KW/h
HU = 400 W
Consumption 3.8 KW/24h
IM = 3800 W, 158,33 W/h
L = ml 120
DV = ml 3650
VM = 500 W/h
(vending phase)
DT = 84,4° C
(average drink temperature)
ECPL = 136,9 Wh/l (energy consumption per litre)
MEASUREMENT
Consumption 0.9 KW/h
HU = 900 W
Consumption 6.8 KW/24h
IM = 6800 W, 283,33 W/h
L = ml 120
DV = ml 3650
VM = 700 W/h
(vending phase)
DT = 85° C
(average drink temperature)
ECPL = 191,8 Wh/l (energy consumption per litre)
MACHINE KEYPADS
KEYS
F 11-12
COFFEE
F 11-12 LM
F 11-12
SELF LM
F 11-12
SELF COFFEE
F 21-22
COFFEE
F 21-22 LM
Services keypad
1
2
3
4
5
1on-off / Esc
2 Clean/Enter
3 Shift
4 tea / +
5 tea / -
1on-off / Esc
2 Clean/Enter
3 Shift
4 tea / +
5 tea / -
1 ON
2 ( Hidden)
3 ( Hidden)
4 ( Hidden)
5 tea / -
1 ON
2 ( Hidden)
3 ( Hidden)
4 ( Hidden)
5 tea / -
1on-off / Esc
2 Clean/Enter
3 Shift
4 (tea / +)
5 tea / -
1on-off / Esc
2 Clean/Enter
3 Shift
4 (tea / +)
5 tea / -
11
12
13
14
15
16
1 espresso
2 espressi
1 coffee
2 coffee
1 black coffee
1 jug
1 espresso
1 coffee
2 coffee
1 cappuccino
1 caffè latte
1latte macchiato
1 espresso
1 coffee
1 black coffee
1 cappuccino
1 caffe latte
1 latte macchiato
1 espresso
------------------1 coffee
------------------1 black coffee
-------------------
1 espresso
2 espressi
1 coffee
2 coffee
1 black coffee
1 jug
1 espresso
1 coffee
2 coffee
1 cappuccino
1 caffè latte
1 latte macchiato
21
22
23
24
25
26
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1 espresso
2 espressi
1 coffee
2 coffee
1 black coffee
1 jug
1 espresso
2 espressi
1 coffee
2 coffee
1 black coffee
1 jug
1st group keypad
2st group keypad
SERVICE KEYPAD
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DOSE PROGRAMMING
To enter the programming environments, operate as follows:
- Turn the machine OFF.
- keep both key No 15 and key No 16 pressed at the same time and turn the machine ON
The display show:
Dose Programming
Select button
Select Name Key
COFFEE BASED DRINK NAME
1 Espresso
2 Espressi
1 Cafe
2 Cafes
1 Coffee
2 Coffee
1Kaffee
2 Kaffee
1 Expresso largo
1 Black Coffee
2 Black Coffee
Melange
1 Kaffee creme
Verlaengerter
kaennchen
Cortado
2 Cortados
2 Expresso largo
COFFEE+
MILK BASED DRINK NAME
1 MilchKaffee
1 Cappuccino
2 MilchKaffee
2 Cappuccino
1 Macchiato
Latte Macchiato
2 Macchiato
1 Caffe Latte
1 Cafè au lait
2 Caffe Latte
2 Cafè au lait
1 Cafè leche corto
1 Cafè leche largo 2 Cafè leche corto
2 Cafè leche largo
2 Kaffee creme
1 Grosser Brauner
2 Grosser Brauner
1 Kleiner Brauner
2 Kleiner Brauner
Decaf
Jug
Americano
ONLY MILK
Leche
Milch
Milk
Lait chaud
NO DRINK
Disable
Depending on the type of selected drink, the necessary dose parameters will be activated to set the drink
Press the key N°2 ( clean )to confirm the modificati on carried out and shift to the next level
Press the key No 4 (+) and No 5 (-) to modify the level mode
Press the key N° 1 to return to the previous environ ment and/or exit.
DOSE
PARAMETERS
COFFEE BASED
DRINK NAME
DECAFFEINATED
PUMP
SELECT GRINDER
GRINDER M1
GRINDER M2
PRE-INFUSION
WATER VOLUME
BY-PASS
KW MIX START
KW MIX ON
KW MIX OFF
EXTRA MILK
STEAM MILK PRE
FOAMED MILK PRE
PAUSE MILK-COFFEE
STEAM MILK POST
FOAMED MILK POST
REPETITION CYCLE
DOSE PRICE
TEST DELIVERY
CODE I/O
CODE I/O DECA
CODE I/O EXTRA-MILK
SHIFT
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
COFFEE+
MILK BASED
DRINK NAME
MILK BASED
DRINK NAME
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
TEA 1
TEA 2
X
X
X
-
X
X
X
-
Please note:
A) If the SHIFT function is enabled , the parameters relevant to the selected drink will be automatically once again .
B) Some dose parameters will be displayed only if the relevant component has been activated in the “MACHINE
PARAMETERS” environments : milker 1 or 2 - cold water mix for group- interface i/o hartwall or coin mechanism.
C) If the “Decaffeinated” parameter is enable the “Repetition cycle" is not available
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DEFAULT VALUE OF THE DRINK FOR F10 LM MACHINES
Number Key
Drink name key
Decaffeinated
Pump
Select grinder
Grinder M1
Grinder M2
Pre-infusion
Water volume
By-pass
KW Mix Start
KW Mix On
KW Mix Off
Extra milk
Steam milk pre
Foamed milk pre
Pause milk-coffee
Steam milk post
Foamed milk post
Repetition cycle
Dose price
Test Delivery
Code I/O
Code I/O deca
Code I/O extra-milk
Shift
11 Key
12 Key
1
Espresso
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec.
0 sec.
3 CC
40 CC
0 CC
1
0,00
ON
11
31
OFF
1 Coffee
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec.
0 sec.
0 CC
120 CC
20 cc
1
0,00
ON
12
32
OFF
13 Key
14 Key
2 Coffee Cappuccino
ON
ON
ON
ON
1
1
3,8 sec
2,5 sec
0 sec.
0 sec.
0 CC
0 CC
240 CC
60 CC
40 cc
0 CC
ON
0 sec.
7 sec.
0 sec.
0 sec.
0 sec.
1
0,00
0,00
ON
ON
13
14
33
34
46
OFF
OFF
15 Key
16 Key
Caffè
latte
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec
0 sec.
0 CC
100 CC
0 CC
ON
0 sec.
0 sec.
0 sec.
5 sec.
10 sec.
0,00
ON
15
35
46
OFF
Latte
Macchiato
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec
0 sec.
0 CC
40 CC
0 CC
ON
7 sec.
9 sec.
15 sec.
0 sec.
0 sec.
0,00
ON
16
36
46
OFF
4 Key
5 Key
Tea 1
10sec
51
-
Tea 2
2 sec
52
-
DEFAULT VALUE OF THE DRINK FOR F10 COFFEE MACHINES
Number Key
Drink name key
Decaffeinated
Pump
Select grinder
Grinder M1
Grinder M2
Pre-infusion
Water volume
By-pass
KW Mix Start
KW Mix On
KW Mix Off
Extra milk
Steam milk pre
Foamed milk pre
Pause milk-coffee
Steam milk post
Foamed milk post
Repetition cycle
Dose price
Test Delivery
Code I/O
Code I/O deca
Code I/O extra-milk
Shift
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11 Key
12 Key
13 Key
14 Key
15 Key
16 Key
4 Key
5 Key
1
Espresso
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec.
0 sec.
3 CC
40 CC
0 CC
1
0,00
ON
11
31
OFF
2 Espressi
ON
ON
1
3,8 sec.
0 sec.
3 CC
80 CC
0 CC
1
0,00
ON
12
32
OFF
1 Coffee
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec
0 sec.
0 CC
120 CC
20 CC
1
0,00
ON
13
33
OFF
2 Coffee
ON
ON
1
3,8 sec
0 sec.
0 CC
240 CC
40 CC
1
0,00
ON
14
34
OFF
1 Black
Coffee
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec
0 sec.
0 CC
120 CC
40 CC
1
0,00
ON
15
35
OFF
1 Jug
ON
ON
1
3,0 sec
0 sec.
0 CC
150 CC
30 CC
3
0,00
ON
16
36
OFF
Tè 1
10 sec.
51
-
Tè 2
20 sec.
52
-
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DEFAULT VALUE OF THE DRINK FOR F20 LM MACHINES
LEFT GROUP
Number Key
Drink name key
Decaffeinated
Pump
Select grinder
Grinder M1
Grinder M2
Pre-infusion
Water volume
By-pass
KW Mix Start
KW Mix On
KW Mix Off
Extra milk
Steam milk pre
Foamed milk pre
Pause milk-coffee
Steam milk post
Foamed milk post
Repetition cycle
Dose price
Test Delivery
Code I/O
Code I/O deca
Code I/O extra-milk
Shift
RIGHT GROUP
Number Key
Drink name key
Decaffeinated
Pump
Select grinder
Grinder M1
Grinder M2
Pre-infusion
Water volume
By-pass
KW Mix Start
KW Mix On
KW Mix Off
Extra milk
Steam milk pre
Foamed milk pre
Pause milk-coffee
Steam milk post
Foamed milk post
Repetition cycle
Dose price
Test Delivery
Code I/O
Code I/O deca
Code I/O extra-milk
Shift
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11 Key
12 Key
13 Key
14 Key
15 Key
16 Key
4 Key
5 Key
1
Espresso
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec.
0 sec.
3 CC
40 CC
0 CC
1
0,00
ON
11
31
OFF
2
Espressi
ON
ON
1
3,8 sec.
0 sec.
3 CC
80 CC
0 CC
1
0,00
ON
12
32
OFF
1 Coffee
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec
0 sec.
0 CC
120 CC
20 CC
1
0,00
ON
13
33
OFF
2 Coffee
ON
ON
1
3,8 sec
0 sec.
0 CC
240 CC
40 CC
1
0,00
ON
14
34
OFF
1 Black
Coffee
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec
0 sec.
0 CC
120 CC
40 CC
1
0,00
ON
15
35
OFF
1 Jug
ON
ON
1
3,0 sec
0 sec.
0 CC
150 CC
30 CC
3
0,00
ON
16
36
OFF
Tea 1
10sec
51
-
Tea 2
2 sec
52
-
21 Key
22 Key
1
Espresso
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec.
0 sec.
3 CC
40 CC
0 CC
1
0,00
ON
11
31
OFF
1 Coffee
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec.
0 sec.
0 CC
120 CC
20 cc
1
0,00
ON
12
32
OFF
23 Key
24 Key
2 Coffee Cappuccino
ON
ON
ON
ON
1
1
3,8 sec
2,5 sec
0 sec.
0 sec.
0 CC
0 CC
240 CC
60 CC
40 cc
0 CC
ON
0 sec.
7 sec.
0 sec.
0 sec.
0 sec.
1
0,00
0,00
ON
ON
13
14
33
34
46
OFF
OFF
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25 Key
26 Key
Caffè
latte
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec
0 sec.
0 CC
100 CC
0 CC
ON
0 sec.
0 sec.
0 sec.
5 sec.
10 sec.
0,00
ON
15
35
46
OFF
Latte
Macchiato
ON
ON
1
0 sec
2,5 sec
0 CC
40 CC
0 CC
ON
7 sec.
9 sec.
15 sec.
0 sec.
0 sec.
0,00
ON
16
36
46
OFF
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DEFAULT VALUE OF THE DRINK FOR F20 COFFEE MACHINES
LEFT GROUP
Number Key
Drink name key
Decaffeinated
Pump
Select grinder
Grinder M1
Grinder M2
Pre-infusion
Water volume
By-pass
KW Mix Start
KW Mix On
KW Mix Off
Extra milk
Steam milk pre
Foamed milk pre
Pause milk-coffee
Steam milk post
Foamed milk post
Repetition cycle
Dose price
Test Delivery
Code I/O
Code I/O deca
Code I/O extra-milk
Shift
RIGHT GROUP
Number Key
Drink name key
Decaffeinated
Pump
Select grinder
Grinder M1
Grinder M2
Pre-infusion
Water volume
By-pass
KW Mix Start
KW Mix On
KW Mix Off
Extra milk
Steam milk pre
Foamed milk pre
Pause milk-coffee
Steam milk post
Foamed milk post
Repetition cycle
Dose price
Test Delivery
Code I/O
Code I/O deca
Code I/O extra-milk
Shift
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11 Key
12 Key
13 Key
14 Key
15 Key
16 Key
4 Key
5 Key
1
Espresso
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec.
0 sec.
3 CC
40 CC
0 CC
1
0,00
ON
11
31
OFF
2 Espressi
ON
ON
1
3,8 sec.
0 sec.
3 CC
80 CC
0 CC
1
0,00
ON
12
32
OFF
1 Coffee
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec
0 sec.
0 CC
120 CC
20 CC
1
0,00
ON
13
33
OFF
2 Coffee
ON
ON
1
3,8 sec
0 sec.
0 CC
240 CC
40 CC
1
0,00
ON
14
34
OFF
1 Black
Coffee
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec
0 sec.
0 CC
120 CC
40 CC
1
0,00
ON
15
35
OFF
1 Jug
ON
ON
1
3,0 sec
0 sec.
0 CC
150 CC
30 CC
3
0,00
ON
16
36
OFF
Tè 1
10 sec.
51
-
Tè 2
20 sec.
52
-
21 Key
22 Key
23 Key
24 Key
25 Key
26 Key
1
Espresso
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec.
0 sec.
3 CC
40 CC
0 CC
1
0,00
ON
11
31
2 Espressi
ON
ON
1
3,8 sec.
0 sec.
3 CC
80 CC
0 CC
1
0,00
ON
12
32
1 Coffee
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec
0 sec.
0 CC
120 CC
20 CC
1
0,00
ON
13
33
2 Coffee
ON
ON
1
3,8 sec
0 sec.
0 CC
240 CC
40 CC
1
0,00
ON
14
34
1 Black
Coffee
ON
ON
1
2,5 sec
0 sec.
0 CC
120 CC
40 CC
1
0,00
ON
15
35
1 Jug
ON
ON
1
0 sec
3,0 sec
0 CC
150 CC
30 CC
3
0,00
ON
16
36
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
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SCHEMATIC SUMMARY OF DOSE COFFEE BASED ( ex. COFFEE )
INFUSION XXCC..
ON
OFF
DELIVERY
Group s.valve
ON
OFF
Pump
PRE-INFUSION XXCC..
BY- PASS XXCC.
ON
0FF
DELIVERY
By-pass s.valve
ON ZZ.CC
ON
OFF
STARTING YYCC
ON ZZ.CC
OFFJJ. CC
ON ZZ.CC
OFFJJ.CC
DELIVERY
Mix cold water s.valve
-
INFUSION xx cc. indicates the total amount of water into the cup in cm3
-
PRE- INFUSION xx cc indicates the quantity of water in cm3 necessary to wet coffee in the brewing chamber before dispensing.
-
BY – PASS xx cc. . indicates the amount of extra - water in cm3.
NOTE: The extra water dose (by-pass) is equivalent to the amount of water dispensed by the by-pass solenoid valve at the same time
as the coffee group solenoid valve during the final dispensing phase.
-
STARTING yycc indicates which after “ XXcc” of infusion in cm3 will be activate the mix cold water.
-
ON ZZ cc indicates the amount of cold water in cm3 which will be dispensed by the solenoid valve of cold water mix.
-
OFF JJ cc indicates the amount of cold water in cm3; which will not be dispensed by the solenoid valve of cold water mix.
SCHEMATIC SUMMARY OF DOSE MILK BASED ( ex. LATTE MACCHIATO )
Steam milk pre
Foamed milk pre
Pause
ON
OFF
XXcc
1.5 sec
Pause
XXcc
JJ sec
DELIVERY
Milker s.valve
Pause after milk XXsec.
Rinse milker zz cc
ON
OFF
DELIVERY
Rinse milker s.valve
Infusion XX cc
ON
OFF
DELIVERY
Group s.valve
-
STEAM MILK PRE xx cc. : indicates the dispensing time of steam milk.
-
PAUSE 1.5 sec. : indicates the time of 1.5 seconds of the pause between the steamed milk PRE and foamed milk PRE delivery.
Note: this function has been enabled to allow the steam milk and the foamed milk to stratify before the coffee is dispensed.
-
FOAMED MILK PRE xx cc. : indicates the dispensing time of foamed milk.
-
PAUSE JJ sec. : indicates the pause time in seconds passing between milk and coffee dispensing.
Note:This function has been implemented to allow steamed and foamed milk to stratify before coffee dispensing.
-
PAUSE AFTER MILK xx sec.: indicates the time in seconds of the pause between the end of milk dose and the start of rinse
-
RINSE MILKER zz cc : indicates the amount of water in cm3 for the milker rinse that starts after the “ Pause after milk” .
-
INFUSION XX cc: indicates the total amount of water into the cup in cm3
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STARTING UP
Turn on the tap from the water mains and switch the power on.
The machine door (front panel) must be closed, and the grounds bin must be inserted in its opening.
The machine will automatically go into OFF state, the message displayed will be:
OFF
Press the ON / OFF key No 1, and the machine will set itself to ON state with led of the ON / OFF key No 1 flashing.
The display will show:
Boiler filling up
This operation will automatically stop when the level of the probe is reached, the display shows :
Please wait
During this phase heating of the boiler starts.
Wait about 10-20 minutes to reach the set temperature.
PLEASE NOTE:
FOUR MINUTES AFTER THE MACHINE HAS BEEN TURNED ON, DURING THE HEATING PHASE, THE TEA AND STEAM MILKER
SOLENOID VALVES AUTOMATICALLY OPEN, SO ELIMINATING AIR FROM INSIDE THE BOILER. THEREFORE, PAY ATTENTION
NOT TO PUT HANDS OR OTHER PARTS OF THE BODY IN THE DISPENSING POSITIONS, TO AVOID BURNS.
FURTHERMORE, DURING THIS STAGE WE RECOMMEND “MANUAL DRAINAGE”: PRESS MILK BASED KEY AND KEEP IT
PRESSED TO OPEN THE STEAM MILKER SOLENOID VALVE OR OPEN THE STEAM TAP FOR A FEW SECONDS. THIS
OPERATION EJECTS MORE AIR FROM THE BOILER, ALLOWING YOU TO CHECK FOR A STEADY WORKING PRESSURE.
REPEAT SEVERAL TIMES. DURING THIS PHASE, MAKE SURE THAT THE MILK SUCTION TUBE IS NOT INSERTED IN ITS
CONTAINER.
When the set temperature is reached, the machine automatically carries out a rinsing cycle of the group; the display shows:
G.auto cleaning
After auto cleaning the display shows:
Select drink
At this point the keypad of the machine is operative.
SCHEMATIC SUMMARY OF STEAM BOILER HEATING PHASE
Pressostat
Micro Switch
( PR )
Heating element On
ON
Heating element Off
OFF
Pressostat
Micro Switch
(ok temp.)
0 Bar
1,5 Bar
Bar
Please Wait
ON
.
Select Drink
OFF
0 Bar
Solenoid valve
Hot water and
Steam milker
ON
0,9 Bar
On 0,5 sec
OFF
On 0,5 sec
Off 10 sec
Bar
On 0,5 sec
Off 10 sec
Time
4min.
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INFORMATION PROCEDURE AND DISPENSING RESET
To access the information environment, proceed as follows:
- press the ON/OFF key No.1 to position the machine in OFF state.
- Keep key No 2 ( Clean) pressed while pressing key No. 1 (ON-OFF). The display will show:
Doses Information
Select button
Press the key dose whose number of drinks you want to display; the display shows:
gr. Z K
XXXXX
♥ JJ
0 YY
Where: “XXXXX” indicates the name of the selected button
GR
Z indicates group 1 ( Left ) or 2 ( Right ) and k indicates the number of key.
0
YY indicates the number of cup dispensed drinks
♥
JJ indicates the number of decaffeinated dispensed drinks.
- Press the SHIFT key No.3.The display will show the number of “shift” drinks :
GR. Z K
XXXXX
0 YY
Where: “XXXXX” indicates the name of the selected button in capital letters
GR
Z indicates group 1 ( Left ) or 2 ( Right ) and K indicates the key number.
0
YY indicates the number of cup dispensed “ shift ” drinks
Press key N°2 (Clean) , the display shows :
Extra milk
xx
The above message indicates the number of “Extra Milk” doses that have been made
Press key N°2 (Clean) , the display shows :
Group cleaning
xx
The above message indicates the number of “Group cleaning” that have been made
Press key N°2 (Clean) , the
display shows :
Milker cleaning
xx
The above message indicates the number of “Milker cleaning” that have been made
Press key N°2 (Clean) , the
display shows :
Total cashing
xxxxx
Where XXXXX indicates the total cashing of the machine
PLEASE NOTE: the total cashing will be calculated if a selling price has been set for each dose.
Press key N°2 (Clean) , the display shows :
Reset Doses count
NO
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PLEASE NOTE:
A► Press key N°2 (Clean) to exit , the machine automatically carries out a reset cycle of the group, the display shows:
OFF
B► Press key N°4 (+) to reset the dose count , the disp lay shows :
Reset Dose count
YES
- Press key N°2 (Clean) to confirm the operation , t he display shows :
Reset Dose count
Please wait
The group will automatically carry out a reset cycle and the display will shows:
OFF
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SYSTEM MANAGER
To enter the programming environments, operate as follows:
Turn the machine OFF.
Keep both key No 11 and key No 16 pressed at the same time and turn the machine ON.
The display show:
System manager
Machine Parameters
-/+
System manager
Service
System manager
Manual movements
System manager
Test Actuators 1
System manager
Test Actuators 2
System manager
Info Reset
System manager
Alarm history
System manager
Files Manager
System manager
Update Software
System manager
Preset conf.data
-/+
Press the key N°2 (Enter) to confirm entering the des ired environment.
Press the key N° 1 (Esc) to return to the previous e nvironment and/or exit.
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F10 20 MACHINE PARAMETERS
Machine parameters
Enter
Language
Enter
-/+
English
German
French
Flemish
Spanish
Czeck
Italian
1)
-/+
Machine Configuration.
Enter
WATER TANK
Standard
Self
Self + coin box
OFF
WARNING: 1) Available only on F 10 models
Program ON if the machine is connected to a water tank
rather than a system with a water pressure which is not
greater than 0.6 MPa
Connector CN15 on master-PCB can control an external
level switch (not provided with the machine)
ON
Enter
-/+
Seriel
Off
Enter
I/O hartwall
I/O 9600
RM5 coin box
Executive
-/+
System Clock
In dose program menu will be
activated the relevant parameters
For I/O 18-26 Relais
or PC cable 1200 Baud rate
For PC cable 9600 Baud rate
Decimal price and Scale
factor price must be set
( only for F10 )
Off
On
In system clock program menu will
be activated the relevant parameters
Off
The clock will be not displayed
Enter
Clock display
On
Enter
-/+
Grounds Numbers
VARIABLE VALUE (-/+)
40
0-100
Enter
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-/+
Milker 1
Enter
On
Off
Milker rinsing
End delivery
Enter
Off
On
VARIABLE VALUE (-/+)
-/+
Milker 2
On
Pause after milker 3 sec.
3-10 sec
Off
Enter
Only for F20
Waiting time
Milk doesA-B 15min.
0-60 min
Additional milk 2sec.
0-10 sec
Enter
-/+
Cold water mixer
Off
On
Enter
Shift doses
On
Off
Enter
WARNING: 1) Available only on F 10 models
Decimal prices
2
0-3
Enter
WARNING: 1) Available only on F 10 models
Scale factor
1
0-1000
Enter
Probe sensitivity
2 =
0-7
Next to the water level sensitivity setting parameter you
can see the following symbols: = or _
Where = indicates that the machine is detecting, in real
time, the water level probe “L”.
Where _ indicates that the machine is not detecting, in
real time, the water level probe “L”.
Enter
Alarm detail
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On
Off
Alarms visualized with
number and descriptions
Alarms visualized only with
number
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SERVICE
System manager
Service
Enter
Esc
System Clock Set-up
-/+
Enter
Press the keys +/- to program the date (
YY-MM-DD-DAY) and the time (HH :
MM)
YY-MM-DD-DAY HH:MM
--/--/-- --- --/-Enter
Washing
Enter
Cleaning time
-/+
-/+
Enter
Cleaning time
-/+
Off
00:00
Press the keys +/- to program at
what time (00 : 00) the display will
shows , group and milker cleaning
message and the full ground bin
Enter
Enter
Press the keys +/- to program the time
out (xx min.) .The keyboard is disabled
when the time out set has elapsed.
Stop drink select.
Time out
Xx min.
Enter
Groupcleaning program
-/+
VARIABLE VALUE (-/+)
Enter
100-400 ml.
Water volume 400 cc.
Repetitions
2
2-5
Group cleaning alarm
Cycles
0
0-1000
Enter
Enter
Group rinsing
-/+
Group rinsing
-/+
If the the time out (xx min.) of the “Stop
drink select” is programmed the
keyboard is disabled when the time out
set has elapsed.
Off
Enter
On
Enter
VARIABLE VALUE (-/+)
T.O. After Coffee
15 min.
0-100min
T.O .Repetitions
180min.
0-255min
Enter
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Milker cleaning
Enter
Cleaning time
-/+
60sec.
1-120 sec
Milker Cleaning alarm
Cycles
0
0-10000
Enter
Rinse After Milk
-/+
Enter
Milker.rinsing
Stand by machine
Esc
Off
On
Enter
Enter
Stand by machine
Stand by Pause 10 min.
Stand by machine
T.O. After Repetitions 180 min.
VARIABLE VALUE (-/+)
0-10 min.
0-180min.
Enter
Maintenance setup
-/+
Enter
Working hours Grinder 1
VARIABLE VALUE (-/+)
Enter
Working hours G.1
-/+
0
0-500 h.
0
0-500 h.
Enter
Working hours Grinder 2
Enter
Working hours G.2
-/+
Enter
Water filter
-/+
Enter
Installation date
--/--/--
Press the keys +/- to program the
number of liters to display the alarm
Wasserfilter
Water Filter
0L
Month change Filter
xx
Esc
0-15000 L
Press the keys +/- to program the
month (XX) to display the Wasserfilter
alarm
Enter
Gruop cycles
Press the keys +/- to program the date
( - - / - - / - - ) of the filter installation
Enter
Gruop cycles
0
65000
Enter
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MANUAL MOVEMENTS F 10
Manual movements
Enter
Manual movements
Motor Group 1
Key n°4 (+) to move the group upwards
Key n°5 ( - ) to move the group down wards
Esc
MANUAL MOVEMENTS F 20
Manual movements
Enter
Manual movements
Motor Group 1
Esc
Key n°4 (+) to move the group upwards
Key n°5 ( - ) to move the group down wards
Enter
Manual movements
Motor Group 2
Key n°4 (+) to move the group upwards
Key n°5 ( - ) to move the group down wards
Esc
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TEST ACTUATORS F10
Test Actuators 1
Enter
+/-
Test Actuators
1
Esc
2 Key = ( RCV ) Steam boiler element relay
3 Key = ( MP ) Motor pump
4 Key = ( Y2.3 ) Refill solenoid valve
5 Key = ( Y2.5 –Y2.6 ) Hot water + Mix cold water for tea
11Key = ( Y2.7 )Coffee group solenoid valve
12 Key =( Y2.9 )Mix cold water solenoid valve for group
13 Key =( Y2.2 ) By-pass solenoid valve
14 Key =( Y2.1) Steam milker solenoid valve
15 Key =( Y2.8 ) Rinse milker solenoid valve
16 Key =( Y1.1 ) Air milker solenoid valve
Test Actuators 2
Enter
Test Actuators
2
Esc
11Key =(M1) Motor grinder 1
12Key =(M2) Motor grinder 2
15Key =( AUX.) Auxiliary relay
PLEASE NOTE:
You can activate more than one actuator at the same time.
Once a time-out of 10 seconds has elapsed, the activated actuators will be automatically interrupted.
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TEST ACTUATORS F20
Test Actuators 1
Enter
Test Actuators
Esc
+/-
1
2 Key =( RCV ) Steam boiler element relay
3 Key =( MP ) Motor pump
4 Key =( Y2.3 ) Refill solenoid valve
5 Key =( Y2.5 – Y2.6 ) Hot water + Mix cold water for tea
11 Key =( Y2.7 ) Coffee group solenoid valve 1
12 Key =( Y2.9 ) Mix cold water solenoid valve for group 1
13 Key =( Y2.2 ) By-pass solenoid valve 1
14 Key =( Y2.1 ) Steam milker solenoid valve 1
15 Key =( Y2.8 ) Rinse milker solenoid valve 1
16 Key =( Y1.1 ) Air milker solenoid valve 1
21 Key =( Y2.7 ) Coffee group solenoid valve 2
22 Key =( Y2.9 ) Mix cold water solenoid valve for group 2
23 Key =( Y2.2 ) By-pass solenoid valve 2
24 Key =( Y2.1 ) Steam milker solenoid valve 2
25 Key =( Y2.8 ) Rinse milker solenoid valve 2
26 Key =( Y1.1 ) Air milker solenoid valve 2
Test Actuators 2
Enter
Test Actuators
Esc
2
11Key =(M1) Motor grinder 1
12Key =(M2) Motor grinder 2
13Key =(MS1) Chute Wired Electromagnet
14Key =(MS2) Chute Wired Electromagnet
15Key =( AUX.) Auxiliary relay
PLEASE NOTE:
You can activate more than one actuator at the same time.
Once a time-out of 10 seconds has elapsed, the activated actuators will be automatically interrupted.
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INFO-RESET F10
Info Reset
Enter
Esc
Group cleaning xx
Enter
Group cleaning
Confirm reset
Group cleaning
0
Milker cleaning
0
Group cycles
0
Enter
Working hours G1
0
Enter
Working hours G2
0
Enter
Water filter
0
Enter
Enter
-/+
Milker cleaning xx
Enter
Milker cleaning
Confirm reset
Enter
-/+
Group cycles xx
Enter
Group cycles
Confirm reset
Enter
Enter
-/+
Working hours
G1 xx
Enter
-/+
Working hours
Working hours G1
Enter
Confirm reset
G2 xx
Working hours G2
Enter
Confirm reset
Enter
-/+
Water filter
Enter
Confirm reset
Water filter xx
Enter
-/+
Total group cycles
It is not possible to reset the total cycles
xx
Esc
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INFO-RESET F20
Info Reset
Enter
Esc
Group cleaning 1 xx
Enter
Group cleaning 2 xx
Enter
Milker cleaning 1 xx
Enter
Milker cleaning 2 xx
Group cleaning 2
0
Enter
Milker cleaning 1
0
Enter
Milker cleaning 2
Confirm reset
Enter
Milker cleaning 2
0
Enter
Group cycles 1
0
Enter
-/+
Group cycles 2
Enter
Confirm reset
Group cycles 2 xx
Group cycles 2
Enter
0
Enter
-/+
G1 xx
Working hours G1
Enter
Confirm reset
Enter
Working hours G1
0
Enter
Working hours G2
0
Enter
Water filter
0
Enter
-/+
Working hours
Milker cleaning 1
Cofirm reset
Group cycles 1
Enter
Confirm reset
Group cycles 1 xx
1)
Enter
Enter
-/+
Working hours
Group cleaning 2
Confirm reset
Enter
-/+
1)
Group cleaning 1
0
Enter
-/+
1)
Enter
Enter
-/+
1)
Group cleaning 1
Confirm reset
G2 xx
Working hours G2
Enter
Confirm reset
Enter
-/+
1)
Water filter
Enter
Confirm reset
Water filter xx
Enter
-/+
Total group cycles
xx
It is not possible to reset the total cycles
xx
It is not possible to reset the total cycles
-/+
Total group cycles
Esc
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WARNING:
1) Environments: Groups 1-2 cycles, Grinders 1-2 time, and water filter will be displayed only if
values higher than 000 (zero) have been set during the programming stage.
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ALARM HISTORY F10-F20
Alarm history
1 : is the alarm number.
YYYYY: is the description of the alarm.
Z :is the number of times the alarm occurred in a row (2-255)
Enter
Alarm history
1 YYYYY Z
Enter
Alarm history
X YYYYY Z ✔
-/+
Enter
Alarm history
10 YYYYY Z
✔ : indicates that the alarm has already
been inspected by the technician
Esc
F10 ALARMS:
ALARM NUMBER
08
10
11
12
13
ALARM DESCRIPTION
ALARM NUMBER
14
30
31
32
41
60
Too much coffee 1
Motor time out 1
Start Current M1
Start Current M1
Optical broken 1
ALARM DESCRIPTION
Optical broken 1
Level probe
Minimum level
Filling up T.O.
Infusion 1 T.O
Corrupted data
F20 ALARMS:
ALARM NUMBER
08
09
10
20
11
21
12
22
13
ALARM DESCRIPTION
Too much coffee 1
Too much coffee 2
Motor time out 1
Motor time out 2
Start Current M1
Start Current M2
Start Current M1
Start Current M2
Optical broken 1
ALARM NUMBER
23
14
24
30
31
32
41
51
60
ALARM DESCRIPTION
Optical broken 2
Optical broken 1
Optical broken 2
Level probe
Minimum level
Filling up T.O.
Infusion 1 T.O
Infusion 2 T.O
Corrupted data
WARNING:
a) The maximum alarm number the machine can save is 10.
b) To reset the alarm data memory, carry out “preset configuration data” procedure.
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FILES MANAGER F10 - F20
Files manager
Enter
Files manager
Download
VARIABLE VALUE
(-/+)
Enter
Files manager
from file X
Connect the card-reader to
the motherboard
on the machine using the
cable supplied.
This function can be used
to download a new data
configuration to the
machine with the help of a
CARDISK.
1-4
File manager
Insert Cardisk
Please wait
█
█
█
█
█
█
█.
Files manager
RemoveCardisk
-/+
Power the machine down and then
up.
Files manager
Download
Power off - Power on
VARIABLE VALUE
(-/+)
Files manager
Load
Files manager
Load on file: x.
Connect the card-reader to
the motherboard
on the machine using the
cable supplied.
This function can be used
to load and save
a new data configuration
on a CARDISK
1-4
File manager
Insert Cardisk
Please wait
█
█
█
█
█
█
█.
Files manager
Remove Cardisk
System manager
File manager
PLEASE NOTE.:
A) If the cardisk is removed during downloading the display unit displays :
Files manager
Power off-Power on
61 Cardisk error
Power the machine down and then up and repeat the procedure from the start.
B) The data configuration that is downloaded or saved is a total configuration of the machine that includes all the following
data:
-
dose programming
total machine parameters
alarms history
delivery counts, cleaning, purifier litres, etc.
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UPDATE SOFTWARE
UPGRADING MACHINE SOFTWARE USING CYBER CARD
Update software
Enter
Update software
Download
Enter
Connect the card-reader to
the motherboard
on the machine using the
cable supplied.
This function can be used
to download a
new software release to
the machine eprom.
Download
Insert cyber card
Please wait
-/+
The data transfer takes approx. 4 minutes and 30 seconds .
At the end of the operation, the display shows:
F 10/20 by CARIMALI
REV. XXX
followed by the message:
Remove cyber card
The message “Remove Cyber Card " is only displayed in English and cannot be translated into other languages.
The function ends when you remove the cyber card from the card reader.
TRANSFERRING MACHINE SOFTWARE TO CYBER CARD
Update software
Load
Connect the card-reader to
the motherboard
on the machine using the
cable supplied.
This function can be used
to load a new
software release on a
CYBERCARD.
Enter
Load
Insert cyber card
Please wait
█
█
█
█
█
█
█
The data transfer takes approx. 3 minutes and is represented on the display by the scrolling cyber-card symbol.
Do not use the cyber card if the transfer is interrupted for any reason : voltage drop, card removal, etc.
When the operation is complete, the display shows the following:
Remove cyber card
The message “Remove Cyber Card " is only displayed in English and cannot be translated into other languages.
The function ends when you remove the cyber card from the card reader.
N.B. you can rewrite the cyber card and use it for further upgrades.
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UPGRADING SOFTWARE WHEN SWITCHING ON THE MACHINE.
In order to upgrade software when switching on an F10 or F20 machine, proceed as follows:
- connect the card-reader to the motherboard on the machine using the cable supplied (see NT.00489)
with the machine off (motherboard not powered), insert the cyber card in the card reader.
Switch on the machine. The display shows:
Please wait
█
█
█
█
█
█
█.
The software transfer starts automatically without any messages on the display.
The software transfer takes approx. 4 minutes and 30 seconds.
At the end of the operation, the display shows:
F 10/20 by CARIMALI
REV. XXX
followed by the message:
Remove cyber card
The message “Remove Cyber Card" is only displayed in English and cannot be translated into other languages.
The function ends when you remove the cyber card from the card reader.
N.B.
a) The software upgrading operation must always end correctly so that the machine can work properly.
b) If the procedure is interrupted by a drop in voltage or the removal of the cyber card from the card reader, you have to
repeat the operation only in the following way: "upgrading software when switching on the machine".
c) If you use an incorrect cyber card or fail to insert it correctly in the card reader, the display alternates the following error
messages:
62 Cybercard error
60 Corrupted data
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PRESET PARAMETERS
Preset configuration data
Enter
Preset configuration data
Please confirm
Enter
Please wait
After 5 second the display shows:
power off and power on
With this function, all the set up values and machine counters take the default values set up by the manufacturer.
PLEASE NOTE:
A -By power off and power on, it is meant clearing and giving voltage to the machine.
B -Press the key N° 1 (On-off / Esc ) to return to the previous environment and/or exit.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
1) 08-09 Alarm of too much coffee in the brewing chamber.
08-09 Too much coffee 1-2
This alarm is visualised on display by code 08 for group 1 and code 09 for group 2.
Cause: during the movement of the upper piston downward to the brewing chamber, the group has reached the peak current
failing the detection by the brewing chamber position optical sensor.
To reset the alarm, restart the machine.
Cause: The piston couldn’t enter into the brewing chamber correctly and caused a motor start current before recognising the
optical sensor.
1) If the alarm happens during piston movement:
Solution: check the following:
•
Too much coffee in the chamber
•
The piston o-ring is dirty
•
The piston is not aligned
•
A component obstructs the down stroke (for instance the ejector)
•
Faulty Group movement card
•
Faulty Master card.
2) If the alarm happens without any piston movement:
Solution: check the following:
•
The F3 fuse is burnt
•
Missing or faulty group movement card
•
Faulty Master card.
2) 10-20 Time out alarm motor group.
10-20 Motor time out 1-2
This alarm is visualised on display by code 10 for group 1 and code 20 for group 2.
Causes: during movement stage the group motor has exceeded the maximum set time of 10 seconds (fixed value not
settable) between previous and following position of group movement cycle.
Solution: carry out the following controls:
•
The group motor is not powered
•
Gear motor electric fault
•
Faulty group movement card
•
Faulty master card.
To reset the alarm, restart the machine.
3) 13-23 or 14-24 Defective optical sensor 01 alarm.
13-23 /14-24 Optical broken 1-2
First case: this alarm is visualised on display by code 13 for group 1 and code 23 for group 2.
Cause: during the downward movement from ejection position, the upper piston does not stop in stand-by position (optical
sensor O1), but moves further into the chamber.
The optical sensor O1 can be defective or not correctly aligned.
To reset the alarm, restart the machine.
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Second case: this alarm is visualised on display by code 14 for group 1 and code 24 for group 2.
Cause: during the downward movement from ejection position, once reached the stand-by position (optical sensor O1), the
lower piston move further because of motor inertia. Therefore the upper piston reverses to get the alignment with the optical
sensor O1; if the optical sensor O1 is not detected, the upper piston moves upward till the ejection position, thus causing the
alarm.
The optical sensor O1 can be defective or not correctly aligned.
To reset the alarm, restart the machine.
4) 11- 21 or 12-22 Motor block alarm.
11-21 /12-22 Start current M1-2
First case: this alarm is visualised on display by code 11 for group 1 and code 21 for group 2.
Cause: 2 subsequent peak currents are detected: wringing + anomalous peak current because the piston is blocked into the
chamber and the optical sensor O2 is not detected.
The motor could be weak or there are anomalous frictions.
To reset the alarm, restart the machine.
Second case: this alarm is visualised on display by code 12 for group 1 and code 22 for group 2.
Cause: 3 subsequent peak currents are detected: wringing + ejection + anomalous peak current because the motor is
blocked before detecting the optical sensor O1.
The motor is blocked in ejection position or there are anomalous mechanical blocks.
To reset the alarm, restart the machine.
Third case: this alarm is visualised on display by code 12 for group 1 and code 22 for group 2
Cause: 3 subsequent peak currents are detected: wringing + ejection + anomalous peak current because the upper piston
had moved downwards into the chamber (the software expects the optical sensor O1)
The optical sensor O1 can be defective or not correctly aligned.
To reset the alarm, restart the machine.
Fourth case: this alarm is visualised on display by code 12 for group 1 and code 22 for group 2
Cause: 2 subsequent peak currents are detected: ejection + anomalous peak current (the software expects the optical
sensor O1)
The motor is blocked in ejection position or in chamber, or the optical sensor O1 is defective or not aligned.
To reset the alarm, restart the machine.
5) 30 Level probe.
30 Level probe
This alarm is visualised on display by code 30
Causes: the connections of the level probe (SLC) and the safety level (SLS) have been connected the wrong way round.
Solution: connect the wires in the right way.
6) 31 Boiler minimum level alarm.
31 Minimum Level
This alarm is visualised on display by code 31
Cause: the water level in the boiler has dropped lower than the safety level (SLS).
Result: the heating is disabled, the boiler pressure gauge indicates a falling pressure.
Solution: carry out the following controls.
1) Level probe (SLC) is earthen
2) no water from mains
3) low water pressure
4) faulty motor pump
5) faulty filler solenoid valve
6) incorrect electrical connections (safety probe (SLC) cord stopped).
Note: product dispensing is still possible even with a falling boiler temperature.
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7) 32 Boiler filling alarm.
32 Filling up boiler T.O.
This alarm is visualised on display by code 32
Causes: the stage of boiler fillings has exceeded the maximum time of 2 minutes; the level of the probe (SLC) has not been
reached.
Result: the machine is OFF.
Solution: carry out the following controls.
1) Level probe (SLC) is dirty, so isolated from the water (the complete filling of the boiler is checked)
2) no water from mains
3) low water pressure
4) faulty motor pump
5) faulty filler solenoid valve
6) incorrect electrical connections (level probe (SLC) cord stopped).
8) 40-50 Turbine alarm.
40-50 Flow meter error 1-2
This alarm is visualised on display by code 40 for group 1 and code 50 for group 2.
Cause: the volume meter is not sending signals to the control unit within a time-out of 5 seconds.
Result: delivery continues up to a time-out of 240 seconds or until the selected key is pressed.
Solution: carry out the following controls.
1) No water from mains (coffee is not dispensed)
2) clogged group piston filters (coffee is not dispensed)
3) faulty group solenoid valve (coffee is not dispensed)
4) clogged entrance filters (coffee is not dispensed)
5) blocked or faulty volume meter (coffee dispensed continuously)
6) faulty electrical connection (coffee dispensed continuously).
Note: If the coffee is dispensed continuously, use the machine as if it were manual: press the required key to start up the
dose, then press the same key to stop the dose being dispensed, after checking the amount in the cup.
WARNING:
If dispensing continues until a time-out of 120”, when dispensing is over, the display shows:
41-51 Infusion 1-2 T.O.
This alarm is visualised on display by code 40 for group 1 and code 50 for group 2.
The message signals that a time-out problem of the volume meter occurred.
At the next dose the message will be cancelled, if dispensing is carried out correctly.
9) 90 Water softener alarm.
90 Change H2o filter
This alarm is visualised on display by code 32
Cause: the volume meter has reached the maximum value of XXXXX litres of previously programmed water, which may be
dispensed.
Result: coffee is not dispensed, the dose is not stopped or is variable.
Solution: renew the softener salts. To cancel the alarm, see the System manager -Reset Doses Count paragraph for further
information.
Note: this alarm does not block dispensing. The softener alarm can be excluded by setting the liter value to zero (see
System manager machine parameters paragraph).
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10) 91-92 Group maintenance alarm.
91-92 Group 1-2 Mainten.
This alarm is visualised on display by code 91 for group 1 and code 92 for group 2.
Cause: the group has reached the number of programmed cycles (see chapter System manager -Reset Doses Count )
Result: none.
Solution: check the group and cancel the alarm following the procedure of the chapter system programming reset info
system data
11) 93-94 Tools maintenance alarm.
93-94 Grinder Mainten.1-2
This alarm is visualised on display by code 93 for group 1 and code 94 for group 2.
Cause: the tools have reached the set up working time (see chapter System manager -Reset Doses Count )
Result: none.
Solution: replace the tools and cancel the alarm following the procedure explained in the chapter system programming info
data reset.
PLEASE NOTE:
The tools maintenance alarm is the same for both grinders. To identify which of the grinders has activated the alarm it is
necessary to enter the environment system programming info data reset and display the required data.
12) 60 Corrupted data alarm.
60 Corrupted data alarm
This alarm is visualised on display by code 60
Corrupted data alarm can occur in two cases:
1) Cause: during machine functioning
Result: machine shutdown
Solution:
a) Verify programming data relevant to the operation that is being carried out. They might be varied and therefore
the machine does not recognise the new data.
b) Carry out “PARAMETERS PRESET” procedure (see chapter system programming configuration data preset).
2) Cause: software programming values or data incorrect, data inserted by means of P.C. programming incorrect.
Result: machine shutdown.
Solution:
a) Verify inserted data.
b) Insert new software by means of P.C.
c) Carry out “PARAMETERS PRESET” procedure (see chapter system programming configuration data preset)
12) 63 Clock error.
63 Clock error
This alarm is visualised on display by code 63
Solution: check the following:
a) run down battery
b) faulty clock board
c) clock board not inserted into master board
13) Safety valve operation.
No messages on the display.
Cause: overpressure in steam boiler
Result: the 1.7-1.9 bar safety valve opens and releases steam in the upper part of the machine.
Solution: carry out the following controls:
1) Pressure switch contact is stuck
2) pressure switch feed tube is clogged
3) contacts of resistor remote control switch are stuck.
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS FOR MACHINE CALIBRATION
1) Calibrating the steam boiler pressure switch.
To calibrate the working pressure of the steam boiler (0.9-1.1 Bars), rotate the “PR” pressure switch screw (see hydraulic
diagram) clockwise to increase it, and anti-clockwise to decrease it.
The working pressure of the steam boiler is displayed on pressure gauge “6” (see hydraulic diagram), when the machine
has a steady temperature.
2) Calibrating the coffee dispensing pressure (pump pressure).
To calibrate the coffee dispensing pressure (8-9 Bars), rotate the “MP” pumping body screw (see hydraulic diagram)
clockwise to increase it, and anti-clockwise to decrease it.
The adjusting screw is reached through the special hole behind the coffee grounds bin.
The coffee dispensing pressure is displayed on pressure gauge “7” (see hydraulic diagram) ; when the machine is in the
coffee dispensing phase
3) Calibrating the coffee grinding degree.
To calibrate the coffee grinding degree, rotate the grinder’s adjusting screw (see annex) clockwise to increase it, and anticlockwise to decrease it.
4) Calibrating the flow adjustment of the coffee outlet.
In order to calibrate the dispensing speed and change the amount of coffee cream, turn the screw inside the upper piston
clockwise to reduce it and anti-clockwise to increase it.
We recommend making the above adjustment while the coffee is being dispensed.
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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A CORRECT PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
PLEASE NOTE:
This schedule is based on suppliers' recommendations along with previous service history on equipment currently out in the
field.
It is designed to prevent, as much as possible, equipment from breaking down and to assist in extending the operational life
of the equipment.
A.
PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION:
To detect inconveniences which may occur during transportation or a long storage
B.
2 OR 3 WEEKS AFTER INSTALLATION
Check:
1. the grinders adjustment
2. the doses settings
3. if the daily cleaning of group and milker is regularly carried out by the operator
C. AT 4 MONTHS' INTERVALS
Check:
1. setting of the steam pressure
2. setting of the milk frother
3. silicone tube from the upper piston to the double coffee spout
4. setting grinding rate (coarse / fine)
5. o-ring for drip tray
6. pump pressure (it should be 8-9 bars)
7. dose settings with customer
8. that the double coffee spout delivers consistent quantity of coffee in the cup, if not replace it
9. the historic alarms
Replace the following parts:
10. o-ring for upper piston
11. milk silicone tube for milk frother
12. all the o-rings for milk frother
D. AT 12 MONTHS’ INTERVALS
Same as points C1-C12, plus replace the following:
1. steam safety valve for steam boiler
2. expansion valve for coffee boiler
3. milk frother
4. grinder burrs (average life 300-500 kg.)
We recommend to carry out the following checks on F group unit during the a.m. inspections:
Clean the whole brewing unit by using hot water for all parts, except for the motor gearbox and its worm;
check the setting of the coffee flow valve inside the upper piston;
check the good functioning of the motor of the group and the ejector
check the brewing group solenoid valve;
According to the number of cycles replaces the following:
every 10-15.000 cycles:
filters for upper and lower pistons
gaskets for upper piston
every 50.000 cycles:
the pistons
every 70.000 cycle:
gear-motors
brewing group solenoid valve
PLEASE NOTE: It is very important to verify that your customers carry out recommended daily cleaning procedures of
brewing unit and milk frother. More parts may be checked depending on your personal experience and also coffee/water
quality.
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The Carimali S.p.A. product you have purchased is subject to Directive 2002/96/EC of the
European Parliament and the Council of the European Union on waste electrical and
electronic equipment (WEEE) and, in jurisdictions adopting that Directive, is marked as being
put on the market after August 13, 2005, and should not be disposed of as unsorted
municipal waste. For further information please contact Carimali S.p.A.
The manufacturer reserves the right to change, without prior notice, the specifications of the
equipment illustrated in this publication; the manufacturer declines all responsibility for any
mistakes due to printing and/or typing errors contained in this publication.
All instructions, drawings, tables and information contained in this publication are reserved
and may not be reproduced entirely or in part or be communicated to a third party without
written authorisation from the manufacturer who holds exclusive rights.
CODE
LB.00100.20.GB
LB.00100.30
LB.00100.41
EDITION November
REVISION TABEL
DATE
NOTE
08/03/2005
SW VERSION 3.03
14/04/2008
22/11/2011
2011
OPERATORE
Giuliano
Giuliano
The manager
Maurizio Boffelli
Firma del Responsabile della Documentazione
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