The art of espresso coffee - sfile.f

User Manual
for the following models:
22x40x35,6 cm
18,8 kg
Power supply:
230V 50Hz/ 120V 60Hz
1400W + 50W
15 bar
Boiler pressure:
1,2 bar
Water tank capacity:
2,5 lt
Copper boiler capacity:
1,4 lt
Pro Line - Mara
PRO Line - Mara - PL62S · PL62 · PL62T
Careful design and choice of components are the secret
of the excellent performance of all of our models.
We develop our products with technology applied only
to the best professional machines. The materials used
meet very high standards of quality and reliability to
provide you with durable, and long-lasting products.
Write down the serial number of your product
Serial number
Purchased from
Date of purchase
Lelit Espresso - English
Safety notes
Main specifications
E61 type group
Product overview
Instructions for use
The art of espresso coffee
Cleaning and maintenance
Solving the most common problems
Warranty terms
PRO Line - Mara - PL62S · PL62 · PL62T
Safety notes
Please read this manual carefully before using the machine.
This coffee machine is reccomended for making 1 or 2 cups of coffee and has
multi-directional tube for steam and one for hot water.
The controls on the front panel have easily understandable symbols.
The machine is designed for home use and is not suitable for heavy duty
professional use.
The noise level of the appliance does not exceed 70 dB (A).
The information and pictures provided may be changed without notice to
improve the machine performance.
Symbols used
It is absolutely essential to observe the following warnings and symbols:
Shock hazard. Failure to comply may cause electric
shock with danger to life.
Burn hazard. Failure to comply may cause severe burns.
Caution. Failure to comply may cause damage to the
Please Note. This symbol indicates important advice and
information for the user.
Numbers in brackets
The numbers in brackets refer to the key provided in the description of the
appliance in Chapter 04 “Product overview“ and to the pictures in the
Quick start guide attached.
Lelit Espresso - English
if they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning use of the
appliance in a safe way and if they
understand the hazards involved.
Cleaning and user maintenance
shall not be made by children unless
they are older than 8 and supervised.
General warnings
Keep the appliance and its cord out
This manual is an integral and essen- of reach of children aged less than 8
tial part of the product. Please read all years.
these warnings carefully as they pro- Appliances can be used by persons
vide important information on safe
with reduced physical, sensory or
installation, use and maintenance.
mental capabilities or lack of expeThese instructions should be carefulrience and knowledge if they have
ly retained for future reference.
been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance
- This appliance can be used by chilin a safe way and understand the
dren aged from 8 years and above
hazards involved. Children shall not
and persons with reduced physical,
play with the appliance.
sensory or mental capabilities or
lack of experience and knowledge if - This appliance is intended to be
they have been given supervision or used in household and similar apinstruction concerning use of the ap- plications such as: staff kitchen areas
pliance in a safe way and understand in shops, offices and other working
the hazards involved. Children shall environments; farm houses; by clinot play with the appliance. Clean- ents in hotels, motels and other resiing and user maintenance shall not dential type environments; bed and
be made by children without super- breakfast type environments.
- The appliance is only designed for
- This appliance can be used by chil- making espresso coffee or hot drinks
dren aged from 8 years and above using the hot water or steam tubes
and for pre-heating cups.
PRO Line - Mara - PL62S · PL62 · PL62T
- Any use other than that described
above is improper and could be hazardous; the manufacturer accepts no
liability whatsoever for any damage
arising from improper use of the appliance.
- All the packing material (plastic
bags, polystyrene, etc.) should be
keep out of the reach of children.
- This appliance is not intended for
use by persons (including children)
with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they
have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for
their safety.
- No liability is accepted for repairs
not carried out by authorized service
- Children must not be allowed to
play with the appliance.
- No liability is accepted for the use
of unauthorized spares and/or accessories.
- The manufacturer accepts no liability for tampering with any of the
appliance components.
In all the above cases the warranty
will be void.
- The appliance must not be left unattended or used outdoors.
safety warnings
- The appliance should not be immersed in water or cleaned by spray- As with all electrical appliances,
the risk of electric shock cannot be
- The appliance must not be exposed excluded, therefore, the following
to atmospheric agents (rain, sun, safety warnings should be carefully
- To avoid spilling the connector, nev- If the appliance is stored in rooms
er pull the power cord.
where the temperature can go below freezing, the tank and the water - Always attach plug to appliance
first, then plug cord into the wall
pipes must be emptied.
Lelit Espresso - English
- To disconnect the appliance, turn
any control to “off”, then remove
plug from wall outlet.
- In the event of any fault or malfunction, do not attempt to carry out
repairs. Switch the appliance off, remove the plug and contact the Service Centre.
- In the event of damage to the plug
or the power cord, do not operate the
appliance, these should be replaced
only and exclusively by the Service
- Unplug from outlet when not in
- Before cleaning the exterior surfaces of the appliance, putting on or
taking off parts, switch it off, remove
the plug from the outlet and allow to
- To reduce the risk of injury do not
drape cord over the counter top or
table top where it can be pulled on
by children or tripped over unintentionally.
- The use of accessory attachments
not recommended by the appliance
manufacturer may result in fire, electric shock or injury to persons.
- Do not place on or near a hot gas or
electric burner, or in a heated oven.
- Before switching on, ensure that the
power supply voltage corresponds
to that indicated on the plate on the
base of the appliance and that the
power supply is properly earthed.
- Do not tamper with the appliance.
Contact an authorized technician or
the nearest service centre for any
- Do not touch the appliance if your
hands or feet are wet.
- Do not touch the plug with wet
- Ensure that the electrical outlet is
always freely accessible so that the
plug can be easily removed when
- Do not let cord touch hot surfaces.
- When removing the plug, always
hold it directly. It should never be removed by pulling on the power cord,
as this can cause damage.
- Do not let cord hang over edge of
table or counter.
- To protect against fire, electric shock
and injury to persons do not im-
PRO Line - Mara - PL62S · PL62 · PL62T
merse cord, plugs in water or other - The parts marked with “CAUTION
HOT” are very hot, therefore, the
- Do not use adapters, multiple sock- utmost care should be taken when
ets or extension cords. If their use is operating near them. Use handles or
unavoidable, use simple adapters knobs.
or multiple sockets and extension
cords that conform to current safety
standards, taking care not to exceed
the current limit marked on the simple adapter or extension cord, or the
maximum capacity of the multiple
Warning about
burn/scald risks
- Take care to avoid contact with water spray or jets of steam.
- Never direct the steam or water
spray towards your body.
- Never remove the filter holder (e)
during operation.
- Only place cups and glasses for use
with the coffee machine on the cup
warmer (9). Other objects should not
be placed there.
- Dry the cups thoroughly before
This appliance produces hot water placing them on the cup warmer (9).
and steam; therefore the following
safety warnings should be strictly
- Warning: hot surfaces remain hot
for a certain time also after use.
- When the appliance is switched on,
do not touch the cup warming plate
as it is hot.
- Be careful when touching the steam
(4) and hot water wands (12).
Lelit Espresso - English
Main specifications
We design our machines based on our customers’ needs.
We are sure that the features selected for this model will meet all your wishes, so
you can make perfect tasting coffee for yourself and your guests.
PID controller
(only on the PL62T)
To regulate the boiler
temperature and always
have the perfect settings
for the coffee extraction.
anti-burn steam wand
Coffee pressure
For constant vision of the
pressure in the coffee
brewing system, to know
whether your Espresso is
being made properly.
Stainless steel
To make cappuccinos or
heat drinks easily and safely.
For maximum hygiene in the
kitchen and easy cleaning
of the appliance. A simple
wipe with a sponge and your
machine will shine again.
Steam boiler gauge
Cup warmer
To instantly check the steam
pressure and know when the
steam wand is ready for use.
To warm up the coffee cups
and get the best out of your
PRO Line - Mara - PL62S · PL62 · PL62T
E61 type group
The E61 type group is a mechanical distribution unit that we use in high quality
espresso coffee machines to enhance the organoleptic properties, the flavour and
aroma of authentic Italian Espresso.
The mechanism combines a thermal siphon system and a pre-infusion process to
extract the most flavour and aroma from the coffee.
The thermo-siphon ensures a stable water temperature inside the system, while
automatic pre-infusion allows longer contact between the hot water and the
ground coffee before extraction.
The result is a rich, aromatic brew with a compact cream on top.
The professionals’
The E61 type group is an
icon of Italian espresso
and the extraction
system preferred by the
best bartenders.
Lelit Espresso - English
Product overview
Take your new espresso coffee machine out of the box and have a look at the
various components and accessories designed for you.
1. Water tank cover.
9. Cup warmer.
2. LED machine on.
10. LED heating element.
3. Steam knob.
11. Hot water knob.
4. Steam wand.
12. Hot water nozzle.
5. Steam and coffee pressure gauge.
13. Coffee distribution unit.
6. PID controller (only on PL62T).
14. Coffee distribution lever.
7. Main on/off switch.
8. Removable drip tray with cup rack.
Contents of the box
a. Stainless steel tamper for the PL62 and PL62T – Plastic tamper for the PL62S
b. Coffee measuring spoon
c. Power cord
d. Blind filter
e. 2 cup filter holder and 1 cup filter holder (only for the PL62 and PL62T)
PRO Line - Mara - PL62S · PL62 · PL62T
Instructions for use
Lelit coffee machines are not automatic. To make a good cup of coffee, you
must know how to use them properly and will need a bit of practice. Follow the
instructions carefully. You can also refer to the Quick start guide where you will
find illustrated instructions. You’ll soon be making coffee just like in the cafes,
with the ideal smooth, creamy texture you prefer.
to start
Starting the machine
It is important to carefully follow these instructions the first time the machine is
started, to ensure that it works properly. These instructions are only for the first
time the machine is used. The instructions given in the subsequent chapters are
for all further use. For subsequent uses do not consider this chapter and follow
the chapter Making an Espresso.
Open the packaging
A.1 Open the packaging and place the machine on a flat surface.
Be careful. The machine weighs 19 kg.
Water filling
B.1 Remove the tank from the machine.
B.2 Fill the tank with cold water.
B.3 Replace the tank in the machine.
Caution. The tank has an automatic water detection system. When replacing
the tank ensure the tubes are not bent and that the filter on the end of one of the tubes is
properly inserted.
Lelit Espresso - English
Switch on the coffee machine
Caution. Ensure the power supply voltage is the same as that indicated on the
information plate and that the supply system has an adequate circuit breaker.
C.1 Connect the power cord (c) to the socket on the back of the machine.
C.2 Plug into the power outlet.
C.3 Switch the machine on by pressing the main on/off switch (7).
C.4 The machine is switched on when the machine on LED (2) and the heating
element LED (10) are on.
C.5 Wait for the heating element LED (10) to switch off.
Checking that the machine is working properly
D.1 Insert the filter holder (e) without any coffee in the distribution unit (13) and
fasten it firmly, at least up to align the handle with the padlock symbol indicated
on the group.
D.2 Raise the coffee lever (14) to allow about half a litre of water run out.
D.3 Once the required quantity is reached, return the lever (14) to the start
position to stop the flow of water.
Note. This allows the water circuit to fill up completely and rinses it out at the same
Hot water
D.4 Place a jug under the hot water nozzle (12).
D.5 Turn the hot water knob (11) anti-clockwise.
D.6 After about one litre of water has come from the nozzle (12) turn the knob
(11) clockwise to close it.
D.7 Point the steam wand (4) at the drip tray rack (8).
D.8 Turn the steam knob (3) anti-clockwise.
D.9 When steam starts coming out of the steam wand turn the knob (3)
clockwise to close it.
Note. Only for the PL62T model: check that the PID controller reaches the ideal
temperature of 121°C pre-set by the factory. To change this setting, read the paragraph on
“Changing the settings”.
PRO Line - Mara - PL62S · PL62 · PL62T
to start
Making an Espresso
Thanks to the default settings, the machine is immediately ready to make an Espresso.
Note. The machine comes with a cup warmer (9). Using warm cups enhances the
organoleptic qualities, the flavour and aroma of an Espresso.
Preparing the machine for making coffee
E.1 Check the water level in the tank. If there is no water, follow the instructions
in item B.
E.2 Switch the machine on by pressing the on/off main switch (7).
E.3 Wait for a few minutes until the heating element LED (10) switches off.
E.4 Insert the filter holder (e) without any coffee in the distribution unit (13) and
fasten it firmly, at least up to align the handle with the padlock symbol indicated
on the group.
E.5 Wait until the heating element LED (10) switches off – about 20 minutes –
and the pressure gauge (5) shows about 1-1,2 bar.
E.6 Raise the coffee distribution lever (14) and allow the water to flow for a few
E.7 Return the coffee distribution lever (14) back to its initial position.
The machine is ready to make coffee.
Note. This balances the temperature of the distribution unit with that of the filter
holder, which is essential for making excellent coffee.
Note. The continuous switching on and off of the heating element LED (10) shows
that the heating element is keeping the water in the boiler at the ideal temperature.
Distributing the coffee
F.1 Insert the selected filter in the warm filter holder (e).
F.2 Fill the filter with the desired quantity of ground coffee.
Note. We suggest 7 g for one cup and 14 g for two cups.
F.3 Press the coffee with the tamper (a) and clean any coffee residues from the
edge of the filter holder.
Lelit Espresso - English
F.4 Insert the filter holder (e) in the distribution unit (13) and fasten it firmly, at
least up to align the handle with the padlock symbol indicated on the group.
F.5 Place one or two coffee cups on the cup rack (8), under the filter holder (e).
F.6 Raise the coffee distribution lever (14) to start distribution.
F.7 Once the required amount of coffee is reached, return the lever (14) to its
initial position.
F.8 Remove the filter holder (e), empty it and clean it carefully with a damp
Caution. The filter holder must not be removed before coffee brewing is completed.
Note. For proper brewing the pressure gauge (5) must indicate 8÷10 bar.
for experts
Steam and hot water
The machine has a steam wand for heating milk and obtaining a dense, creamy
froth for perfect cappuccinos.
Preparing the coffee machine
G.1 Check the water level in the tank. If there is no water, follow the instructions
in item B.
G.2 The coffee machine is ready when the heating element LED (10) switches
Caution. Never place your hands or other body parts under the steam wand. This
can cause serious burns.
Steam distribution
H.1 Turn the steam knob (3) anti-clockwise with the steam wand (4) pointed at
the drip tray (8) and allow a little water to flow out.
H.2 When steam starts coming out, place the recipient with the drink under the
steam wand (4).
H.3 Once the desired result is achieved, close the steam knob (3).
Note. See chapter 06 “The art of making espresso coffee” for the best way to froth milk.
Caution. Clean the steam wand (4) after every use:
PRO Line - Mara - PL62S · PL62 · PL62T
Point the steam wand at the cup rack and release some steam at least once.
Clean the wand (4) carefully with a sponge or a clean cloth. The chapter on “Cleaning and
maintenance” provides all the necessary instructions.
Hot water distribution
I.1 Place a jug under the hot water nozzle (12) and open the hot water knob (11) by
turning it anti-clockwise until you have the quantity of hot water required.
I.2 Close the hot water knob (11).
for experts
Changing the settings
(only for PL62T)
The PID is set by the factory to 121°C. Instructions for adjusting the setting are
given below.
Adjusting the boiler temperature
J.1 Press the “down” button.
J.2 When the display shows “PRG” press the “up” button.
J.3 When the display shows the boiler temperature, set the temperature using the “up” and “down” buttons till you reach the required temperature: min
110°C – max 126°C.
J.4 Use the “up” and “down” buttons to adjust the temperature as desidered.
J.5 About 3 seconds after the last button has been pressed, the setting will be
saved and the display will indicate the temperature.
Note. Converting the temperature: press “down” and “up” buttons at the same time for
about 3 seconds. When the display shows “C-F”, release both buttons and afterwards press the
button “up” to convert the temperature from Celsius degrees to Fahrenheit degrees. About 3 seconds after the last button has been pressed, the setting will be saved.
Lelit Espresso - English
The art of espresso coffee
Contrary to what you might think, making a perfect Espresso is not that easy.
It takes experience, ability, passion and a little bit of curiosity. In this paragraph
we would like to share with you some of the basic rules for making a perfect cup
of Espresso.
Suggested doses:
Ristretto (Strong) about 20 ml – Espresso about 30 ml – Lungo (Long) about 60 ml.
The “5 M’s”
If you want to make perfect Espressos,
you should start by ensuring the five essential factors which turn a simple cup
of coffee into an Espresso for connoisseurs! These are the “5 M’s”; in Italian:
miscela (blend), macinatura (grinding),
macchina (machine), manualità (skill) and
manutenzione (maintenance).
1- Miscela (Blend)
Good Espressos are always made with
a good blend of coffee. An Espresso
with the right taste requires a blend
of two types of coffee, Arabica and
Robusta. The first gives the coffee its
delicate aroma and the right amount
of acidity, while the second type gives
it its full taste, body and cream. The
quantities depend on your own taste.
Try out different combinations until
you find the blend you like best!
2- Macinatura (Grinding)
The grinder is a must for making good
Espresso. Coffee should always be
ground just before it is used so that it
preserves its taste and aroma. The Lelit grinders let you adjust the grinding
level to suit the coffee blend in order
to establish the correct extraction time
and amount of cream.
3- Macchina espresso
(Espresso machine)
Lelit coffee machines are designed
and built to let you adjust the water
pressure and temperature to your requirements. The right balance of these
two factors allows you to extract from
the ground coffee not only the substances that provide its taste, but also
the insoluble particles that give your
coffee body and aroma.
4- Manualità (Skill)
Half of the result depends on how you
use the machine. A passionate expert
is an essential part of the Espresso
production chain and can enhance
the result to bring additional value to
the final product. Passion and practice
are, therefore, the secrets to learning
how to use the machine. You can experiment with different blends of coffee, grinding, pressing, water temperature and pressure, not just to make
an Espresso, but to make the one that
is just right for you.
00 m
PRO Line - Mara - PL62S · PL62 · PL62T
5- Manutenzione (Maintenance)
Daily maintenance, scheduled maintenance and care of the machine will ensure the quality of the beverage and
the durability of the product you have
A clean machine says a lot about your
passion for coffee making.
Coffee varieties
The choice of the blend is an essential
factor for making the ideal coffee for
your taste. There are a lot of different
varieties of coffee blends on the market to choose from. The differences in
flavour, aroma and texture depend on
the quantities of the two varieties of
coffee that make the blend.
This is a sweeter and more delicate
variety of coffee, with a rich aroma
and cream that is very thin, dense and
It is grown between 900/2000 m
Rich aroma
The beans have an elongated oval
shape with an “S” shaped groove.
Caffeine between 0.9 ~ 1.7%
This variety is woody, bitter, full-bodied and spicy, with little aroma.
Its cream is more frothy and grey.
It is grown between 200/600 m
Spicy aroma
The beans have a round
shape with a straight groove.
Caffeine between 1.8 ~ 4%
No variety of coffee can make an ideal
Espresso on its own.
The perfect Espresso has a top layer
of cream 2-3 mm thick, a nut brown
to dark brown colour, with reddish
tinges and light streaks, a harmonious
flavour, a strong, balanced aroma and
a sweet, long-lasting aftertaste.
It has a strong aroma with notes of
flowers, fruits, toast and chocolate.
These sensations can last just a moment or can persist for a few minutes
in your mouth. The taste is round and
well structured. The acid and bitter
perceptions are well balanced whereas there is little or no astringency.
The ideal parameters to obtain this
type of coffee are:
7 ± 0,5 g. of ground coffee.
25 seconds to brew 30 ml.
88 / 92°C when brewing and 80°C in the
8 /10 bar pressure during extraction.
Even Arabica blends often contain a
small amount of Robusta, which is necessary to enhance the cream and add
aroma and body to the espresso.
Blends made for coffee bars usually
contain 20% Robusta but in southern
Italy, where they prefer a stronger
taste, the percentage can reach 4050%.
At the end of the day, it’s just a matter of taste…Experiment until you find
the blend youArabica
like best!
It is grown between 900/2000 m
Rich aroma
The beans have an elongated oval
shape with an “S” shaped groove.
Caffeine between 0.9 ~ 1.7%
Lelit Espresso - English
two seconds, as it always contains
some water due to condensation.
There’s nothing better than a cappuccino to start your day. Although they
are made and served everywhere, few
people know how to make one properly.
Making the coffee is only part of this
complex procedure. The froth often
creates major problems, but thanks to
the steam wand on our machine, with
a few suggestions and a little practice
you’ll soon be making cappuccinos
just like in the coffee bars!
Milk and jug
You need 100 ml of milk to make a
Fresh whole milk provides a smoother,
creamier and tastier froth. Milk will not
froth at over 65°C, so cold milk from
the fridge should be used to allow
more time for it to froth. The best jugs
to use are made of stainless steel and
have a spout, like the Lelit jug (code
PL101-PL102 - not included).
The jug should never be more than
half filled with milk.
Frothing the milk
Before using the steam wand, some
steam should be released for about
Insert the wand so that the end of
the nozzle is near the side of the jug
(pretend you have split the top section into four parts and insert the
nozzle into one of them) and about
one centimetre below the surface of
the milk. Since the milk will start to
expand in volume, you will have to
gradually lower the jug so that the
nozzle is always kept immersed at the
same depth. This process is complete
when the milk reaches a temperature
of about 37°C, or when you can feel
the warmth with your hand. You can
use the thermometer too (code PL107
- not included).
Processing the milk
This phase is very important to make
the cream thick, with a fine texture
and a shiny surface.
PRO Line - Mara - PL62S · PL62 · PL62T
Insert the wand all the way down and
tilt the jug to create a vortex. Heat the
milk to the desired temperature, without exceeding 65°C. Close the steam.
Prepare the milk by first tapping the
jug on the countertop to remove any
air bubbles and then rotating it to
keep the milk and froth well amalgamated. The final result should be a
smooth, creamy surface without any
Pouring the milk
You should leave the milk to settle for
a least half a minute, so we suggest
you always prepare it before making
the coffee. The doses for a cappuccino should be one part Espresso and
two equal parts of milk and froth.
Clean the steam wand with a damp cloth.
To see the tutorial,
please scan the QR-Code.
To read the QR code,
download the proper app from your store.
Lelit Espresso - English
Cleaning and maintenance
Cleaning and maintenance of the machine are essential for the quality of the
coffee and the durability of the appliance.
The machine must be cleaned at least
once a week.
Before starting, remove the plug from
the electrical outlet and allow the machine to cool.
Use a soft cloth, preferably microfiber,
like the Lelit cloth (code MC972 - not included), and moisten it with plain water.
Do not use abrasive detergents and do
not immerse the machine in water.
For thorough maintenance, we suggest
you use the Lelit brush (code PL106 not included), which will help you clean
the nozzles and the spaces between
the gaskets more effectively, removing
stains and coffee residues from even
the smallest cracks.
Warm running water can be used to
clean the removable parts of the machine. The filters and filter holder should
never be washed in a dishwasher.
There is no need to clean the filters after
each use, but just to ensure they are not
However, to ensure the best performance from your machine, it is essential to thoroughly clean the steam wand
and filter holder after each use.
The filter holder should be cleaned to remove the greasy coffee residues that can
negatively affect the taste of your espresso.
Wash the exterior part of the steam
wand with a damp cloth and release a
little steam to remove any milk residues
from inside the tube, as these could obstruct the steam output, making it more
difficult to froth milk properly.
Descaling the machine
Use of the machine creates a natural
formation of lime scale, over a time period depending on how frequently the
machine is used and on the hardness of
the water.
Lime scale deposits can obstruct the tubes
and decrease the brewing temperature, altering the quality of the coffee and reducing
the lifetime of your machine.
PRO Line - Mara - PL62S · PL62 · PL62T
To avoid the formation of limescale,
which can also deposit in the internal circuits, we recommend the use
of our Lelit resin filter (code MC747 MC747PLUS) to soften the water. Please
insert the filter in the tank following the
instructions on the packaging. The filter
purifies the water from the calcium and
magnesium salts which are deposited
to form lime scale and affect the taste
of your coffee. Remember that the filter loses its effectiveness after a certain
number of gallons treated, so replace it
periodically. Instructions for the use and
replacement of the filter are given on
the box.
To avoid any possibility of damaging
the machine’s components, NEVER,
Watch the tutorial
to understand how the water
softener filters work.
It is advisable to back-flush the machine
once a month (washing the operational parts used during brewing) using the
blind filter supplied (d) and the Lelit
detergent sachets (code PL103 - not
This is done very easily, simply by following the instructions on the sachet.
Any other servicing must be performed only
by an authorized service representative.
Lelit Espresso - English
Solving the most common problems
We recommend careful reading of this guide in order to solve the most common
problems before referring to an authorised service centre.
The coffee comes out too cold
The machine has not reached the right
Follow the instructions in the paragraph on
“Making an espresso”.
The filter holder has not been warmed
Follow the instructions in the paragraph on
“Switching the machine on”.
The coffee comes out too quickly and without any cream
It is ground too coarse.
Grind the coffee finer.
The amount of coffee is insufficient.
Put more coffee in the filter.
The coffee has not been pressed enough.
Press the coffee harder.
The coffee is old or unsuitable.
Use a different blend of coffee.
The coffee does not come out or comes out in drops
The coffee has been ground too fine.
Grind the coffee coarser.
There is too much coffee in the filter.
Put less coffee in the filter.
The coffee has been pressed too much.
Press the coffee less.
The outlet is obstructed.
Back-flush the machine, see paragraph on
“Cleaning and maintenance”.
The pilot LED (2) does not switch on and the machine does not work.
The power cord plugs are not inserted
Ensure the power cord plugs are properly
inserted in their sockets.
The power cord is damaged.
Refer to the Service Centre to replace the
power cord.
The machine does not produce any steam even if the LED (10) is off.
The outlet holes in the nozzle at the end of the
steam pipe are obstructed.
Clean the holes with a needle.
The machine is switched on but the LED (10) does not switch off.
The heating element is damaged.
Contact a Service Centre.
The internal pressure switch is not working.
Contact a Service Centre.
The PID is not working.
Contact a Service Centre.
PRO Line - Mara - PL62S · PL62 · PL62T
Warranty terms
Legal warranty
This product is covered by the warranty laws valid in the country where the
product has been sold; specific information about the warranty terms can be
given by the seller or by the importer in
the country where the product has been
purchased. The seller or importer is
completely responsible for the product.
The importer is completely responsible also for the fulfillment of the laws in
force in the country where the importer
distributes the product, including the
correct disposal of the product at the
end of its working life.
Inside the European countries the laws
in force are the national laws implementing the EC Directive 44/99/CE.
Lelit Espresso - English
For the correct disposal of the product in accordance with EU DIRECTIVE 2002/96/EC and with Legislative Decree no. 151 of 25 July
2005. At the end of its working life, the product must not be disposed
of as urban waste. It must be taken to a special authorised differential
waste collection centre or to a dealer providing this service. Disposing
of a household appliance separately avoids possible negative consequences for the environment and health caused by improper disposal
and enables recovery of the materials it contains, with significant savings in energy and resources. The product is marked with a crossed-out wheelie bin as a reminder of the need to dispose of household
appliances separately.
Gemme Italian Producers srl declares under its own responsibility
that the product:
Coffee machine type: PL62 – PL62 – PL62T
to which this declaration relates conforms to the following standards:
EN 60335/1 - EN 60335/2/15 - EN 61000/3/2 - EN 55014
pursuant to directives:
Low Voltage Directive EC 2006/95 – Directive EMC EC 2004/108
NB: This declaration is null and void should the machine be modified
without our specific authorisation.
Castegnato, 01/02/2014 - Managing Director
Gemme Italian Producers srl
25045 Castegnato (Bs)
Download PDF