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Use and care manual
CM 450
Fully Automatic Espresso Machine
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Table of Contents
Us e a n d c a r e ma n ua l
How to use these instructions
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Individual beverages
21
Safety Definitions
3
Child lock
22
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
4
Activating the child lock
Deactivating the child lock
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22
E nvironmental protection
7
General settings
23
Saving energy
Disposing in an environmentally responsible manner
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7
Setting the milk container weight
Messages
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25
Getting to know your appliance
8
Daily care and cleaning
26
Contents of package
Assembly and components
Displays and controls
Function selector positions
Symbols
Colors and display
Automatic door opening
Additional information ( and )
Accessories
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9
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11
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Daily care
Cleaning the milk system
Cleaning the brewing unit
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Service programs
29
Cleaning
Descaling
Cleaning and descaling
30
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31
Emptying program
32
Switching the appliance on and off
13
Main switch
Sleep mode
Activating the appliance
13
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13
Technical specifications
32
Simple troubleshooting
33
Setting up the appliance
14
Initial settings
Setting water hardness
14
14
Water filter
15
Operation with or without water filter
Inserting the water filter
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15
Filling the water tank and the bean container
16
Preparing beverages
16
Beverage selection
Preparing coffee using freshly ground beans
Preparing two cups at the same time
Preparing coffee using ground coffee
Preparing coffee with milk
Preparing milk froth and warm milk
Preparing hot water
Setting the grinding level
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Additional information on products, accessories,
replacement parts and services can be found at
www.gaggenau.com and in the online shop
www.gaggenau.com/zz/store
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How to use these instructions
Safety Definitions
You can open up the front cover of this instruction
manual. There you will find illustrations of the appliance
with each part numbered. These numbers will be referred
to throughout the text.
Example: brewing unit (15)
9 WARNING
These instructions also show display texts and symbols in
a special way. These enable you to clearly see where we
refer to texts or symbols that are marked or displayed on
the appliance.
This indicates that death or serious injuries may
occur as a result of non-observance of this
warning.
9 CAUTION
This indicates that minor or moderate injuries may
occur as a result of non-observance of this
warning.
NOTICE
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This indicates that damage to the appliance or property
may occur as a result of non-compliance with this
advisory.
Note: This alerts you to important information and/or
tips.
1
Control panel
These areas are touch-sensitive. Touch a symbol to select
the applicable function.
2
Display
The display shows current settings and options, for example.
3
Rotary selector With the rotary selector you
can select the desired beverage and make other settings.
4
Program selec- With the program selector you
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can call up your saved favourite beverages or the basic settings.
The appliance comes with a quick reference guide where
you can find the most important functions at a glance. It
can be stored in the accessory drawer of the appliance.
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Pay special attention to the important safety instructions in
the “Important Safety Precautions” section.
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9 IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
When using electrical appliances, basic
safety precautions should always be
followed, including the following:
RIMPORTANT
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1.
Please read and follow the operating
instructions carefully and keep them for
later reference. If the unit is transferred
to another party, please be sure to
include these instructions.
2.
Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles
or knobs.
3.
Be sure that all components are
assembled and fastened properly.
4.
5.
6.
7.
To protect against fire, electric shock
and injury to persons, do not immerse
cord, plugs, or body in water or in any
other liquid. See use and care manual
for cleaning.
Close supervision is necessary when
the appliance is used by or near
children.
Unplug from outlet when not in use and
before cleaning. Allow to cool before
putting on or taking off parts, and
before cleaning the appliance.
Do not operate any appliance with a
damaged cord or plug or after it
malfunctions, or has been damaged in
any manner. Return appliance to the
nearest authorized service facility.
8.
The use of accessories attachments
not recommended by the appliance
manufacturer may result in fire, electric
shock or injury to persons.
9.
Do not use outdoors or in a damp area.
10. Do
not let cord hang over edge of table
or countertop, or touch hot surfaces.
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11. Do
not place unit or components on or
near a cooktop or range, or in a heated
oven.
12. Always
attach plug to appliance first,
then plug cord into the wall outlet. To
disconnect, turn control to “off”, then
remove plug from wall outlet.
13. Do
not use appliance for anything other
than its intended use.
14. Save
these Instructions.
9 WARNING
State of California Proposition 65 Warnings!
This product contains chemicals
known to the State of California to
cause cancer, birth defects or other
reproductive harm.
IMPORTANT: This appliance is designed for
domestic and not commercial use.
Use indoors at room temperature only. Do
not use at more than 6560 feet /2000
meters above sea level.
Protect the appliance against freezing or
it will be damaged.
Supervise children to ensure that they do
not play with the appliance.
9 IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
9 WARNING
available from our Customer Service
Department.
To reduce risk of fire and electric shock:!
Installation
Connect and operate the appliance
only according to the rating plate
specifications.
Use appliance only with transformer
which is identified as Type
8001010566.
Do not connect the appliance to or
operate it by means of a time switch
or remote control socket.
The unit must not be operated with
an extension cord.
9 WARNING
To avoid the risk of injury:!
Do not drink or come into contact
with cleaning or descaling materials.
Keep cleaning materials and
descaling tablets out of the reach of
children. They may be toxic.
9 CAUTION
Use the Coffeemaker only if power
cord and appliance show no signs of
damage.
To avoid the risk of scalding:
Should a problem occur, pull the
plug and disconnect from the power
immediately.
Do not use chemically softened
water!
Please note that the beverages are
very hot when dispensed.
Never immerse the appliance or
power cable in water or any liquid.
9 CAUTION
Grounding
To avoid the risk of suffocation:
This appliance may only be
connected to a power supply with
120 Volt AC via a correctly installed
receptacle with ground.
Do not allow children to play with
packaging material. Store small
parts safely as they can be a choke
hazard.
Repairs
To avoid potential hazards, repairs
must only be carried out by qualified
repair service personnel.
If the power cord of this appliance is
damaged, it must be replaced by a
special connection cord, which is
9 CAUTION
To avoid the risk of injury:
Keep children away from the
appliance and power cable.
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9 IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
9 CAUTION
To avoid the risk of injury:
Do not reach into the grinding unit.
Be careful not to pinch your fingers
when closing the door. A misuse of
the appliance can potentially lead to
injury.
9 CAUTION
To avoid the risk of burns:
The beverage outlet gets very hot.
After use, allow to cool down first
before touching. After use, the
heating element surfaces and
warming plate can retain heat. Wait
until cool before touching.
9 CAUTION
To avoid the risk of influence electronic
implants:
The appliance contains permanent
magnets that may influence
electronic implants such as
pacemakers or insulin pumps.
Persons wearing electronic implants
must maintain a minimum distance of
4 inches from the front of the
appliance and from the following
parts upon removal: milk container,
milk system, water tank and brewing
unit.
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Environmental protection
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E nvironmental protection
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energy
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If the appliance is not being used, switch it off.
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Set the interval for automatic switch-off to the lowest
value.
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If possible, do not interrupt coffee or milk froth
dispensing. Stopping a process prematurely results in
higher energy consumption and the drip tray fills up
more quickly.
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Descale the appliance regularly to avoid a build-up of
limescale. Limescale residue results in higher energy
consumption.
Disposing in an environmentally
responsible manner
Dispose of packaging in an environmentally responsible
manner.
Please ask your dealer about current means of disposal.
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Getting to know your appliance
Getting to know your appliance
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this section to familiarize yourself with your new
appliance. The control panel and the individual operating
controls are explained. You will also be informed about
the accessories.
Contents of package
(For use)
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Further information about the appliance, such as how to
change the opening angle of the door, can be found in
the enclosed installation instructions.
Getting to know your appliance
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Assembly and components
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Getting to know your appliance
Display and controls
Shelf, e.g. for a cup
Water tank with lid
Accessory drawer (for quick reference guide
and accessories)
Bean container
Grinding level adjustment
Magnetic holder (for milk hoses' connecting element)
Ground coffee drawer
Protective cover (for brewing unit)
Collecting tray
Rating plate
Holder (for milk tube)
Drip tray
Drip tray cover
Coffee residue container
Beverage dispenser and milk system, heightadjustable
Milk container
Shelf (scales) for milk container, removable
Displays and controls
3
Rotary selector
4
Function selector
With the rotary selector you
can select the desired beverage and make other settings.
You can use the function
selector to call up beverages
or the favorite drinks you have
saved.
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Function selector positions
Position
0
@
2
3 - 10
S
Function
Off position
Light
Beverage selection
Memory locations for individual beverages
Service programs/General settings
Symbols
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2
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Control panel
Display
The following overview outlines the most common
symbols you will come across when operating the
appliance.
Symbol
I
Ø
'
™
C
!
(
*
%
‡
Function
Start
Stop
Cancel
Confirm/save settings
Selection arrow
Open the door
Launching additional information
Calling up additional tips
Edit settings
Save individual beverage
Quick capacity selection
2x
0
2x beverage
Child lock
These areas are touch-sensitive. Touch a symbol to select
the applicable function.
The display shows current settings and options, for example.
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Getting to know your appliance
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Colors and display
Additional information ( and )
Colors
By touching the ( symbol, you can call up additional
information.
The various colors serve to guide you in the various
adjustment situations.
Orange
First settings
Blue
Main functions, messages
Basic settings
White
Cleaning
Adjustable values
Appearance
The symbols, values and displays may change, depending
on the situation.
Standard
Reduced display screen
Values and symbols which have just
been selected will be displayed in a
larger font.
After a short while, the amount of
information shown on the display
will be reduced and only the most
important information will remain.
This function is activated in the
basic settings ex works and can be
deactivated.
During operation, you will, for example, receive
information regarding the number of beverages already
dispensed.
If the function selector is set to S, you will, for example,
receive information about when the appliance needs to
be descaled or cleaned or when the water filter needs
changing. You can use this information to start up a
service program that is due soon, for example.
The ) symbol appears for important action prompts.
New messages are also displayed for several seconds on
the display. These messages disappear automatically
after a few seconds, or must be confirmed with™. A list
of messages can be displayed by touching the ) symbol.
The message disappears when the required action has
been carried out.
Automatic door opening
When you touch the ! symbol, the appliance door
springs open and you can open it fully with the handle
recess at the side.
Automatic door opening does not work when the child
lock is activated or in the event of a power failure. You
can open the door manually with the handle recess at the
side.
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Getting to know your appliance
Accessories
The fully automatic espresso machine has a drawer for
storing accessories such as the quick reference guide or
measuring spoon inside the appliance. After opening the
door, you can use the magnetic holder and the clip for the
individual parts, such as the milk hose set. The holder for
the milk tube is situated on the inside of the door.
The appliance is equipped with the following
accessories as standard:
Measuring spoon
For adding ground coffee.
Milk hose set
For connecting the milk container.
Milk tube
For inserting into the milk container, milk cartons and milk bottles or for running a service
program.
Milk container
Capacity 17 oz (0.5 liters).
The milk container has been
designed especially for use
together with this fully automatic
coffee machine. It is intended
solely for use in the household
and for storing milk in the refrigerator.
The following accessories can be reordered by
contacting our customer service:
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Water filter (order no.: 12008246)
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Cleaning tablets (order no.: 00311823)
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Descaling tablets (order no.: 00311820)
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Care set (order no.: 00576331)
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Milk container (order no.: 11005967)
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Door hinge restrictor 92° opening angle
(order no.: 00636455)
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Bean container (order no.: 11015223)
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Switching the appliance on and off
Switching the appliance on and off
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Sw
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Sleep mode
The appliance goes into sleep mode if the function
selector is turned to 0 or if the child lock is activated.
The brightness of the display is dimmed in sleep mode
during the first few minutes.
Then the display switches itself off.
The main switch is used to switch the appliance on and
off.
If the appliance is switched off at the main switch, the
power supply is interrupted.
The appliance is programmed so that it switches to
"Standby" mode automatically after about 30 minutes.
This timespan can be changed. ~ "General settings"
on page 23
The appliance rinses automatically when it is switched on
at the main switch. Exception: The appliance was only
switched off a few minutes beforehand.
Notes
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▯
Do not press the main switch during operation. If you
want to manually switch off the appliance, you must
first set the function selector to 0 so that it rinses
automatically. Then switch off the appliance using the
main switch.
The appliance is equipped with a sensor. If a milk
container is present, this will be correspondingly
shown on the display when switching to the energy
saving mode (function selector set to 0). If there is
milk in the container, please keep in the refrigerator.
Notes
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In the general settings, you can set whether the
Gaggenau logo is to be displayed during sleep mode.
~ "General settings" on page 23
The brightness of the display depends on the vertical
viewing angle. You can adjust the display using the
"Brightness" setting in the general settings.
Activating the appliance
In order to leave sleep mode, or to activate the display
when it has been switched off, turn the function selector.
Now you can set the desired function. Read the
appropriate chapters to learn how to set functions.
Note: If the drip tray is not in place, the appliance cannot
be switched on and no water flows out of the beverage
dispenser.
The message "Insert trays" appears.
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Setting up the appliance
Setting up the appliance
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Only use the appliance in frost-free rooms. If the
appliance was transported or stored at temperatures
below 32 °F (0 °C), you must wait for at least 3 hours
before using it.
Before the appliance can be switched on and used, it
must be assembled and connected according to the
enclosed installation instructions.
Setting water hardness
It is important to set the water hardness correctly, so that
the appliance indicates accurately when the descaling
program should be run. The preset water hardness is
level 4. If a water softening unit is installed in the
household, select the "Water softening unit" setting. You
can check the water hardness using the enclosed test
strip or by asking your local water supplier.
1. Briefly immerse the enclosed test strip in fresh tap
water, leave it to drip off and read off the result after
one minute.
2. Rotate function selector to S.
Initial settings
3. Use the rotary selector to select "General settings"
and touch the ™ symbol.
Notes
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The query appears automatically when first switched
on after connection to a power outlet.
You can change the settings at any time. ~ "General
settings" on page 23
1. Switch on the appliance at the main switch.
The preset language appears on the display.
4. Use the rotary selector to select "Water hardness".
5. Touch the % symbol.
6. Using the rotary selector, set the measured water
hardness.
7. Press ™ to confirm.
The setting is saved. Touch' in order to exit the general
settings.
The table shows the allocation of the levels to the
different degrees of water hardness:
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2. Use the rotary selector to select the required display
language.
3. Press ™ to confirm.
The preset capacity unit appears on the display.
4. Use the rotary selector to select the required capacity
unit.
5. Press ™ to confirm.
The preset weight unit appears on the display.
6. Use the rotary selector to select the required weight
unit.
7. Press ™ to confirm.
The display shows "Initial set-up complete".. Confirm with
™. The appliance is now ready to use.
Note: When the language is changed, the system is
restarted; this process takes a few seconds.
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Level
1
2
3
4
Water hardness
gr/gal (US)
1.0426 - 7.2985
8.3412 - 14.597
15.64 - 21.896
22.938 - 31.279
Water filter
Water filter
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Inserting the water filter
New water filters must always be rinsed after being fitted.
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with or without water filter
You can use the appliance with or without a water filter.
To ensure that the descaling display of the appliance
functions correctly, you must state in the general settings
whether a water filter is used.
1. Rotate the function selector to S.
2. Select "Change water filter" using the rotary selector.
3. Touch the ™ symbol.
4. Fit the water filter in the water tank and then fill the
tank with water up to the "max" mark.
1. Rotate function selector to S.
2. Select "General settings" using the rotary selector.
3. Touch the ™ symbol.
4. Select "Water filter" using the rotary selector.
5. Touch the % symbol.
6. Use the rotary selector to select either "Available"
(with water filter) or "Not available" (without water
filter).
7. Press ™ to confirm.
For the setting "Available", the rinse program starts.
Proceed according to the information on the display.
8. Touch the ' symbol to exit the general settings menu.
5. Remove the milk hose from the milk container and
close the door.
6. Place a 0.5-liter container under the coffee dispenser.
7. Touch the ™ symbol.
The water first runs through the filter to rinse it and then
into the container. After the rinsing process, confirm with
™ and empty the container. The appliance is again ready
for use.
Rinsing the filter also activates the setting for the
"Change water filter" display. When the display "Please
change water filter" is shown, or at the latest after two
months, the filter is no longer effective. It needs to be
replaced for reasons of hygiene and so that the appliance
does not become calcified (which could damage the
appliance).
Replacement filters can be obtained from customer
service. ~ "Accessories" on page 12
Note: If you leave the appliance for a prolonged period
without using it (for example when on vacation), it is best
to rinse the existing filter before preparing beverages. To
do this, simply dispense a cup of hot water.
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Filling the water tank and the bean container
Filling the water tank and the bean
container
Preparing beverages
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your appliance, you can prepare coffee using
freshly ground coffee beans or ground coffee. Only fill
the ground coffee shortly before preparing the beverage.
~ "Preparing coffee using ground coffee"
on page 18
1. Open the door.
Notes
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2. Remove the water tank and fill it with fresh, still, cold
water. Reinsert the water tank.
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The integrated fan switches on each time a beverage
is dispensed and switches off again after a few
minutes.
The very first cup of coffee dispensed will not develop
the full aroma. The same applies if the machine has
not been used for some time.
The appliance is preprogrammed with the standard
factory settings for optimal operation.
After setting up the appliance, you will achieve a
suitably thick and stable "crema" only after the first
few cups have been dispensed.
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3. Pull the bean container out, remove the lid and fill the
container with beans. Replace the lid and insert the
bean container again.
Note: Coffee beans that have been glazed,
caramelized, or that contain other sugary additives
block the brewing unit. Only use pure bean mixtures
that are suitable for use in fully automatic espresso
machines.
4. Close the door.
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Espresso
Macchiato
Concentrated espresso. Best
served in small, thick-walled
cups. Preheat cups with hot
water.
Concentrated coffee. Best
served in small, thick-walled
cups. Preheat cups with hot
water.
Coffee
Y espresso, is topped up with
Z hot water.
For preparing hot beverages,
e.g. tea, or to preheat cups.
For preparing speciality white
coffees.
As a beverage or as an ingredient in certain coffee beverages.
½ coffee + ½ milk; best served
in a wide-rimmed cup.
A specialty drink, served in a
glass featuring three layers: at
the bottom hot milk, in the middle espresso, and at the top
milk froth.
Espresso with frothed milk.
Y espresso + Y milk + Y milk
froth; best served in a cup.
Espresso finished with milk
froth.
Preparing beverages
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You may be able to select further options depending on
your choice of beverage:
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Capacity
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Strength
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Temperature
Mixing ratio
Small - Medium - Large - Extra
large
Very mild - Mild - Medium Strong - Very strong - Extra
strong etc., not available for
milk froth, warm milk and hot
water
Hot - Very hot - Extra hot not
available for milk froth and
warm milk. Different temperatures can be selected for hot
water.
Setting for the proportion of
milk, only available for coffee
beverages with milk.
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3. Place a cup under the beverage dispenser.
4. Touch the C symbol.
5. Set the size using the rotary selector.
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Aroma function "Extra strong"
The longer the coffee is brewed, the more bitter
substances and undesired aromas are released. This has
a negative effect on the taste and makes the coffee less
easily digestible. Your appliance therefore has a special
"Aroma" function for very strong coffee. The machine
dispenses half of the required quantity and then grinds
and brews fresh beans for the other half, so only the
pleasant-tasting and easily digestible aromas are
released.
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6. Touch the C symbol.
7. Set the strength using the rotary selector.
The "Aroma" function "Extra strong" or "Extra strong 3
ˆ 2x" is only available for certain settings. The coffee is
prepared in two stages for this setting. Wait until the
process is fully completed.
Preparing coffee using freshly ground
beans
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8. Touch the C symbol.
9. Set the temperature using the rotary selector.
The appliance must be switched on. The water tank and
bean container must be filled.
1. Rotate function selector to position 2.
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10. Press ™ to confirm the settings.
11. Start with I.
2. Use the rotary selector to select the desired beverage,
The beverage is brewed and then dispensed into the cup.
e.g. coffee.
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Preparing beverages
Notes
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While the beverage is dispensed, the & symbol is
displayed. Touch this symbol to stop the beverage
being prepared.
Using the ‡ symbol, you can save the current
beverage: Touch the ‡ symbol, turn the function
selector to a free memory location and save the entry.
~ "Individual beverages" on page 21
5. Use the rotary selector to select the desired beverage
(beverages made from ground coffee are identified
with the x symbol).
6. Place a cup under the beverage dispenser.
7. Touch the C symbol.
8. Set the size using the rotary selector.
9. Touch the C symbol.
10. Set the temperature using the rotary selector.
Preparing two cups at the same time
You have the option of dispensing two beverages
simultaneously:
1. Select the beverage and use the rotary selector to
adopt settings such as temperature if desired.
2. Touch the symbol 2x.
3. Place two cups, or similar, underneath the beverage
11. Press ™ to confirm the settings.
12. Start with I.
The beverage is brewed and then dispensed into the cup.
For another cup of coffee, pour in more ground coffee
and repeat the process.
Notes
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dispenser.
4. Start with I.
The selected beverage is brewed and then dispensed
into the cups.
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Note: The coffee is prepared in two stages. Wait until the
process is fully completed.
While the beverage is dispensed, the & symbol is
displayed. Touch this symbol to stop the beverage
being prepared.
If coffee is not dispensed within 90 seconds, the
brewing chamber empties itself automatically to
prevent an overflow.
The "Aroma" function is unavailable when using
ground coffee. Similarly, it is not possible to dispense
two cups at once when using ground coffee.
Preparing coffee using ground coffee
Preparing coffee with milk
The appliance must be switched on and the water tank
must be filled.
9 WARNING
Risk of burns!
The milk system becomes very hot. After use,
always let it cool down before you touch it.
Important: Remove cups or glasses before opening the
door, as they may fall otherwise.
1. Rotate function selector to position 2.
2. Open the door.
3. Using the measuring spoon, fill a maximum of two
level spoonfuls of ground coffee into the ground
coffee drawer. Close the ground coffee drawer.
You can transfer the milk into the supplied milk container
or into a milk jug, for example, or draw the milk directly
from a carton. ~ "Setting the milk container weight"
on page 25
Important: Remove cups or glasses before opening the
door, as they may fall otherwise.
Using the milk container:
Note: Do not fill the ground coffee drawer with beans
or instant coffee.
4. Close the door.
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Open the door.
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Push the beverage dispenser down completely.
▯
Remove the cover of the beverage dispenser towards
the front.
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Attach a milk hose from the milk system to the
beverage dispenser and feed it outward through the
opening at the top.
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Attach the connecting element of the milk system to
the magnetic holder (on the inside of the appliance).
Preparing beverages
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Place the milk container on the right next to the
beverage dispenser. Connect the milk tube to the milk
hose and then guide the milk tube into the milk
container. The end of the milk tube must be immersed
in the milk.
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Notes
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While the beverage is dispensed, the & symbol is
displayed. Touch this symbol to stop the beverage
being prepared.
Using the ‡ symbol, you can save the current
beverage: Touch the ‡ symbol, turn the function
selector to a free memory location and save the entry.
~ "Individual beverages" on page 21
Dried-on milk residues are difficult to remove, so
always clean the milk system after every use.
~ "Cleaning the milk system" on page 26
Preparing milk froth and warm milk
9 WARNING
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Risk of burns!
The milk system becomes very hot. After use,
always let it cool down before you touch it.
Close the door.
Using a milk carton or other container:
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Open the door.
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Push the beverage dispenser down completely.
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Remove the cover of the beverage dispenser towards
the front.
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Feed the milk system's milk hose outward through the
opening at the top.
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Attach the magnetic holder to the appliance.
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Place the full milk carton on the right next to the
beverage dispenser. Connect the milk tube to the milk
hose and then guide the milk tube into the milk carton.
The end of the milk tube must be immersed in the
milk.
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Close the door.
To prepare a beverage:
The appliance must be switched on. The water tank and
bean container must be filled.
1. Rotate function selector to position 2.
2. Using the rotary selector, select a coffee beverage
with milk. To select a beverage made using ground
coffee, you must first fill the ground coffee drawer.
3. Place a cup or glass under the beverage dispenser.
4. Start with I.
To prepare a beverage:
The appliance must be switched on.
1. Rotate function selector to position 2.
2. Connect the milk hose. ~ "Preparing coffee with
milk" on page 18
3. Select "Milk froth" or "Warm milk" with the rotary
selector.
4. Place a cup or glass under the beverage dispenser.
5. Touch the C symbol.
6. Set the size using the rotary selector.
7. Press ™ to confirm the settings.
8. Start with I.
The milk is drawn in and subsequently flows into the cup
or the glass.
Notes
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- or Touch the C symbol first, then set the size or strength,
for example, using the rotary selector and confirm with
™.
The milk is drawn in and prepared, after which the coffee
is brewed.
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While the beverage is dispensed, the & symbol is
displayed. Touch this symbol to stop the beverage
being prepared.
Using the ‡ symbol, you can save the current
beverage: Touch the ‡ symbol, turn the function
selector to a free memory location and save the entry.
~ "Individual beverages" on page 21
Dried-on milk residues are difficult to remove, so
always clean the milk system after every use.
~ "Cleaning the milk system" on page 26
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Preparing beverages
Preparing hot water
Setting the grinding level
9 WARNING
9 WARNING
Risk of burns!
The milk system becomes very hot. After use,
always let it cool down before you touch it.
The appliance must be switched on and the water tank
must be filled.
Risk of injury!
Do not reach into the grinding unit.
Using the slider for the grinding level, the desired
fineness of the ground coffee can be set between a fine
grinding level (left) and a coarser grinding level (right).
1. Remove the milk tube from the milk container.
2. Rotate function selector to position 2.
3. Select "Hot water" with the rotary selector.
4. Place a cup or glass under the beverage dispenser.
5. Touch the C symbol.
6. Set the size using the rotary selector.
7. Touch the C symbol.
8. Set the temperature using the rotary selector.
9. Press ™ to confirm.
Notes
10. Start with I.
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The water is heated and then flows into the cup or glass.
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Notes
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While the beverage is dispensed, the & symbol is
displayed. Touch this symbol to stop the beverage
being prepared.
Using the ‡ symbol, you can save the current
beverage: Touch the ‡ symbol, turn the function
selector to a free memory location and save the entry.
~ "Individual beverages" on page 21
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The effects of the new grinding setting will only
become apparent after the second cup of coffee.
For dark roast coffee beans, choose a finer grinding
level; for lighter beans, choose a coarser grinding
level.
If the display shows the message "Set coarser
grinding level", the coffee beans are being ground too
finely. Set a coarser grinding level; to do so, slide the
slider to the right.
Only make small changes to the grinding level setting.
Individual beverages
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1. Turn the function selector to one of the 8 memory
locations.
4. Save with ™ or cancel and exit the menu with '.
5. Start with I.
Depending on the beverage selected, the beans will be
ground first, then the milk prepared and finally the coffee
brewed.
Notes
2. Use the C symbol to select the desired beverage,
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capacity, strength, temperature and coffee-milk ratio
and use the rotary selector to save the settings.
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While the beverage is dispensed, the & symbol is
displayed. Touch this symbol to stop the beverage
being prepared.
For entering a name, Latin characters, certain special
characters and numbers are available.
To change an existing memory location, touch the %
symbol and save a new setting.
If a memory location is selected which is already
occupied, the settings will be overwritten.
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3. Enter the name of the beverage in "ABC".
Rotary
selector
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Select letters
A new word always begins with a capital letter.
Press briefly: Moves the cursor to the
right
Press and hold: Shifts to umlauts and
special characters
5
Press twice: Adds a line break
Press briefly: Moves the cursor to the
right
Press and hold: Shifts to normal characters
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Press twice: Adds a line break
Delete letters
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Child lock
Child lock
okcldTChi he appliance has a child lock to prevent children
operating it accidentally.
Notes
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You must set the child lock to "Available" in the
general settings. ~ "General settings"
on page 23
If there is a power failure while the child lock is
activated, the child lock may be deactivated when
power is restored.
Activating the child lock
Prerequisite:
The function selector is set to 0.
Touch the 0 symbol for at least 6 seconds.
The child lock is activated. The 0 symbol is shown at the
top of the display.
Deactivating the child lock
Prerequisite:
The function selector is set to 0.
Touch the 1 symbol for at least 6 seconds.
This deactivates the child lock. You can set the appliance
as normal.
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General settings
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5. Touch the % symbol.
individually.
6. Set the general setting with the rotary selector.
1. Set the program selector to S.
7. Save with ™ or cancel with ' and quit the current
2. Select "General setting" with the rotary selector.
3. Touch the ™ symbol.
4. Set the required general setting with the rotary
selector.
general setting.
8. Turn the program selector to 0 to quit the general
setting menu.
Changes are saved.
Basic setting
Brightness
Possible settings
Stages 1, 2, 3, 4, 5*, 6, 7, 8
Explanation
Setting display brightness
Sleep mode
With logo*/Without logo
Sleep mode display with or without
GAGGENAU logo
Display screen
Minimized*/Standard
Touchpad color
Gray*/White
When ‘Minimized’ is set, only the most
important details are displayed after a
short time.
Select the color of symbols on the
touchpads
Touchpad tone
Tone 1*/Tone 2/Off
Select the signal tone when touching a
touchpad
Touchpad volume
Levels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5*, 6, 7, 8
Sets the volume of the touchpad tone
Signal volume
Levels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5*, 6, 7, 8
Sets the volume of the signal tone
Light settings
Lighting options 1*-7
Û Light off
Ú Light on
~ Light only on when a beverage is
being dispensed
Standby after
5 minutes - 12 hours
Water hardness
1-4*, water-softening system
Water filter
Available/Not available*
Capacity unit
ml/fl.oz.*
Other setting options will appear if you
touch the % symbol.
Setting for the time, after which the
appliance automatically rinses and
switches to "Standby" mode.
Briefly immerse the enclosed test strip
in fresh tap water, leave it to drip off
and read off the result after one minute. Set the measured water hardness.
Available: Operate the appliance with a
water filter.
Not available: Operate the appliance
without a water filter.
Set the capacity unit
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Capacity
Unit of weight
Milk container
weight
Standard*/Individual
Language
German* / French / Italian / Spanish / Portuguese / Dutch / Danish /
Swedish / Norwegian / Finnish /
Greek / Turkish / Russian / Polish /
Czech / Slovenian / Slovakian /
Arabic / Hebrew / Japanese /
Korean / Thai / Chinese / English
US / English
Reset to factory settings
Factory settings
Demo mode
On/Off*
Milk container
reminder
30* minutes - 6 hours
Child lock
Not available*/Available
* Factory settings
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+/-5 ml (0,2 fl.oz.) to 60 ml (2 fl.oz.) Adjust the capacity to individual cup
sizes. First select the beverage and
then set the capacity.
g / oz*
Set the unit of weight
Setting of weight detection.
~ "Setting the milk container
weight" on page 25
Select language for the text display
Note:When the language is changed,
the system is restarted; this procedure
takes a few seconds.
Then the General settings menu is
closed.
Confirm the question "Delete all settings and reset to factory settings?"
with ™ or cancel with'.
Note:Individual beverages will also be
deleted if the appliance is reset to factory settings.
After resetting the factory settings, you
will see the "Initial settings" menu.
For presentation purposes only. The
setting "Off" must be activated for normal operation. The setting is only possible in the first 3 minutes after
switching on the appliance.
Setting for the time, after which the
reminder appears.
Available: The child lock can be activated. ~ "Child lock" on page 22
General settings
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Setting the milk container weight
Messages
Using the weight, the appliance detects the quantity of
milk in the milk container to ensure that there is always
sufficient milk to dispense a Latte Macchiato, for
example. If there is too little milk in the container, a
corresponding message will be displayed.
Depending on the setting in "General settings" or when
dispensing a beverage with milk, various reminders or
messages may be shown on the display:
The weight of the supplied empty milk container and that
of an empty milk carton (approx. 30 g) are already saved
under "Standard". The appliance automatically detects
whether the milk container or a milk carton is being used.
However, you can also save the weight of your own milk
container or a milk carton (if the weight of this deviates
from the standard value) under the "Individual" setting.
Note: The container with milk must not exceed the
maximum weight of 4.4 lbs (2 kg).
1. Rotate function selector to S.
2. Select "General settings" using the rotary selector.
3. Touch the ™ symbol.
"Reminder: Is the Appears after a set time.
milk still fresh?" ~ "General settings"
on page 23
Please check whether the milk in the
milk container is fresh.
"Reminder:
Appears when the appliance is
Place milk in the switched off.
refrigerator"
"Milk container
Message appears after selection of
connected?"
a beverage with milk. Please check
and confirm.
"Not enough milk Message appears when there is not
for the selected enough milk in the milk container.
beverage"
4. Select "Milk container weight" with the rotary selector.
5. Touch the % symbol.
6. Select "Standard" (preset milk container weight) or
"Individual" (own weight entry for the milk container)
using the rotary selector.
7. Press ™ to confirm.
8. For the "Standard" setting, the appliance automatically
reverts to the selection layer of the "General settings"
or
For the "Individual" setting, an individual milk
container can now also be weighed and the weight
saved.
9. Check whether the area for the milk container behind
the door is free, confirm with ™.
10. Place an empty container, e.g. a milk jug, into the
area, confirm with ™.
11. Close the door.
The weight of the container is determined and then
displayed.
12. Press ™ to confirm.
The changes are saved.
13. Touch the ' symbol to leave the "General settings"
menu.
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Daily care and cleaning
Daily care and cleaning
7. Wipe out the inside of the appliance (drip tray holder
and ground coffee drawer) and the collecting tray and
dry them.
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8. Insert the dry parts, such as the ground coffee drawer.
Every time the appliance is switched on or switched to 0,
it rinses automatically. Exception: The appliance was only
switched off a few minutes beforehand or no coffee
beverage was dispensed before it was switched to 0.
9 CAUTION
9 WARNING
Risk of electric shock!
Before cleaning the appliance, switch it off using
the main switch. Never immerse the appliance in
water. Do not use a steam cleaner.
9 CAUTION
Surface damage!
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Do not use any cleaning agents containing
alcohol or spirits.
Do not use abrasive cloths or cleaning agents.
Always remove any residues of limescale,
coffee, milk and descaling solution immediately.
This residue may cause corrosion to form.
New sponge cloths may contain salts. Salts can
cause rust film on stainless steel and must
therefore always be washed out thoroughly
before use.
Notes
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The drip tray and coffee residue container should be
emptied and cleaned every day in order to prevent
deposits.
Immediately remove residues from the shelf to avoid
stains.
If the appliance has not been used for a prolonged
period of time (e.g. while you are on holiday), clean
the entire appliance thoroughly, including the milk
system, ground coffee drawer and brewing unit before
using.
1. Wipe the housing with a soft, damp cloth.
2. Remove the shelf, open the door and pull out the drip
tray to the front.
3. Remove drip tray, cover and coffee residue container.
4. Empty, clean and dry individual parts.
5. Rinse out the water tank with clear, fresh water.
6. Remove the ground coffee drawer, clean it under
running water and dry it thoroughly.
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Not all of the appliance's components can be
cleaned in the dishwasher.
Not dishwasher-safe:
Shelf
Accessory drawer
Water tank with lid
Beverage dispenser cover
Metallic connecting element
Bean container with lid
Ground coffee drawer
Protective cover for brewing unit
Brewing unit
Milk container
Dishwasher- safe:
Collecting tray
Drip tray
Drip tray cover
Max.
Coffee residue container
140 °F
Milk hoses
(Max.
Milk tube
60 °C)
Individual parts of the beverage dispenser
Measuring spoon
Individual parts of the milk container lid
Shelf for the milk container
Cleaning the milk system
The milk system is automatically cleaned with a short jet
of steam directly after preparing a milky beverage.
Important: Clean the milk system manually on a weekly
basis, or more frequently if required. ~ "Cleaning the
milk system manually" on page 27
9 WARNING
Risk of burns!
The beverage dispenser gets very hot. After use,
always let it cool down before you touch it.
Daily care and cleaning
Cleaning the milk system automatically
1. Rotate function selector to S.
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3. Detach the milk hose, dismantle the top and bottom
sections of the beverage dispenser.
2. Use the rotary selector to select "Clean milk frothing
system".
3. Touch the ™ symbol.
The cleaning program starts. The notes on the display
guide you through the program.
4. Open the door.
5. Remove the milk tube from the milk container, wipe it
down and insert the end of the milk tube into the hole
on the coffee residue container.
4. Separate the milk hoses, connecting element and milk
tube.
6. Close the door.
7. Place a container with a capacity of 17 oz (0.5 liters)
under the beverage dispenser.
8. Touch the I symbol.
The program runs for approx. 1 minute.
5. Clean the individual parts with a detergent solution
and a soft cloth.
6. Rinse all parts with clean water and dry.
7. Put the individual parts back together again (see also
quick reference guide).
Then empty the container.
9. Touch the ™ symbol.
The program has finished.
Cleaning the milk system manually
Take the milk system apart to clean it:
1. Push the beverage dispenser down completely and
pull the cover forward to remove.
2. Press the snap lever to the left of the beverage
dispenser downwards and pull the beverage
dispenser straight forwards.
8. Firmly attach the beverage dispenser from the front to
the three connections.
9. Replace the cover.
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Daily care and cleaning
Cleaning the milk container
For reasons of hygiene, the milk container should be
cleaned regularly. Only the individual parts of the lid are
suitable for dishwasher use. Clean the stainless steel
milk container by hand using a gentle cleaning agent.
11. Thoroughly clean the connecting taps on the brewing
unit.
Cleaning the brewing unit
(See also the quick reference guide)
Notes
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Regularly clean the brewing unit by hand in addition to
the automatic cleaning program.
Do not use dishwashing liquid or other cleaning
agents to clean the brewing unit and do not put the
brewing unit in the dishwasher.
1. Rotate function selector to 0.
2. Open the door.
3. Switch off the appliance using the main switch.
12. Clean the interior of the appliance thoroughly, taking
care to remove any coffee residues.
13. Allow the brewing unit and the interior of the
appliance to dry.
4. Remove the protective cover of the brewing unit.
14. Refit the cover.
5. Remove the coffee residue container.
15. Push the brewing unit all the way into the appliance
6. Slide the red latch on the brewing unit all the way to
the left to ô.
7. Press the eject lever right down.
The brewing unit will be released.
8. Take hold of the brewing unit by the recessed grips
and carefully remove it.
9. Clean the brewing unit thoroughly under running
water.
10. Remove the cover and clean the filter under running
water.
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and press on the middle until it audibly clicks into
place.
Important: The red latch must be right over at the left
in position ô before inserting.
16. Press the eject lever all the way up and push the red
latch right over to the right to ó.
17. Insert the coffee residue container.
18. Replace the protective cover.
19. Close the door.
Service programs
Service programs
Notes
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maogrspeciv(S See also the quick reference guide)
Every so often – the exact frequency depends on usage
and water hardness – one of the following messages will
appear on the display in place of the coffee selection:
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Please change water filter
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Please clean
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Please descale
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Please clean and descale
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Then the ) warning symbol lights up.
The water filter should be changed immediately at this
point and the appliance cleaned or descaled using the
appropriate program. Otherwise the appliance may be
damaged.
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You can also start the service programs at any time
without having to wait for a reminder to appear on the
display. Set the function selector to S, and select and run
the desired program.
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Caution! Do not drink or come into contact with
cleaning or descaling materials. Keep cleaning
materials and descaling tablets out of the reach of
children. They may be toxic.
Important: If the appliance is not descaled when it is
supposed to be, the message "Appliance locked
Descaling required urgently" will appear. Immediately
perform the descaling process in accordance with the
instructions. If the appliance is locked, it can only be
operated again once the descaling process has been
carried out.
Warning! For each of the service programs, use
descaling and cleaning agents as described in the
instructions and observe the (relevant) safety
information.
Do not drink the liquids.
Never use vinegar, vinegar-based products, citric acid
or citric-acid-based products for descaling.
For cleaning and descaling, only use the tablets
intended for this purpose. The tablets were specially
developed for this appliance and new stocks can be
ordered through our customer service.
~ "Accessories" on page 12
Never insert descaling tablets or other agents into the
grounds compartment.
Never interrupt the service program.
Prior to starting a service program, remove, clean and
reinsert the brewing unit. Rinse the milk system.
At the end of a service program, wipe down the
appliance using a soft, damp cloth to immediately
remove any residue of the descaling solution. This
residue may cause corrosion to form.
New sponge cloths may contain salts. Salts can cause
rust film on stainless steel and must therefore be
washed out thoroughly before use.
If one of the service programs is interrupted, e.g. by a
power outage, proceed as follows:
1. Rinse out the water tank.
2. Pour in fresh water up to the "max" marking and
confirm.
The program starts and rinses the appliance. Duration
approx. 2 minutes.
3. Empty, clean and reinsert the drip tray.
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Caution! Do not drink the descale solution.
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Service programs
Cleaning
Duration: approx. 5 minutes
7. Remove the milk tube from the milk container, wipe it
down and insert the end of the milk tube into the hole
on the coffee residue container.
Clean the brewing unit before the start of the service
program. ~ "Cleaning the brewing unit" on page 28
1. Rotate function selector to S.
2. Select "Cleaning program" using the rotary selector.
3. Touch the ™ symbol.
The cleaning program starts. The notes on the display
guide you through the program.
4. Empty the drip tray and the coffee residue container
and reinsert them.
5. Place a cleaning tablet into the ground coffee drawer
and close the drawer again.
6. Close the door.
7. Place a container with a capacity of 17 oz (0.5 l) under
the beverage dispenser.
8. Touch the I symbol.
The program will run for approx. 5 minutes.
9. Empty and reinsert the drip tray.
10. Touch the ™ symbol.
The cleaning program is complete.
Descaling
Duration: approx. 21 minutes
1. Rotate function selector to S.
2. Select "Descaling program" using the rotary selector.
3. Touch the ™ symbol.
The descaling program starts. The notes on the
display guide you through the program.
4. Empty and reinsert the drip tray and coffee residue
container.
5. Remove the water filter (if there is one) and touch the
™ symbol.
6. Pour lukewarm water into the empty water tank up to
the "calc" mark (17 oz/0.5 l) and then dissolve a
descaling tablet in it.
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8. Close the door.
9. Place a container with a capacity of 17 oz (0.5 liters)
under the beverage dispenser.
10. Touch the I symbol.
The program will run for approx. 19 minutes.
Note: If there is too little descaling solution in the
water tank, the message "Fill water tank with water
and descaler" appears. Fill the empty water tank with
lukewarm water up to the "calc" mark (17 oz/0.5 l) and
then dissolve a descaling tablet in it. Press ™ to
confirm. The program will continue.
11. When requested to do so by the message on the
display, rinse the water tank and then fill it with fresh
water up to the "max" mark. If you are using a filter,
reinsert it now.
12. Touch the I symbol.
The program will run for approx. 2 minutes and rinse
the appliance.
13. Empty and reinsert the drip tray.
14. Touch the ™ symbol.
The program has finished.
15. Touch the ™ symbol.
The appliance is ready to use.
Service programs
Cleaning and descaling
Duration: approx. 26 minutes
The cleaning and descaling program combines the
individual cleaning and descaling functions. If the two
programs are due at about the same time, your fully
automatic espresso machine will automatically suggest
running this combined service program.
Clean the brewing unit before the start of the service
program. ~ "Cleaning the brewing unit" on page 28
1. Rotate function selector to S.
2. Select "Cleaning and descaling program" using the
rotary selector.
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12. When requested to do so by the message on the
display, rinse the water tank and then fill it with fresh
water up to the "max" mark. If you are using a filter,
reinsert it now.
13. Touch the I symbol.
The program will run for approx. 7 minutes and rinse
the appliance.
14. Empty and reinsert the drip tray.
15. Touch the ™ symbol.
The program has finished.
16. Touch the ™ symbol.
The appliance is ready to use.
3. Touch the ™ symbol.
The cleaning and descaling program starts. The notes
on the display guide you through the program.
4. Empty and reinsert the drip tray and coffee residue
container.
5. Place a cleaning tablet into the ground coffee drawer
and close the drawer again.
6. Remove the water filter (if there is one) and touch the
™ symbol.
7. Pour lukewarm water into the empty water tank up to
the "calc" mark (17 oz/0.5 l) and then dissolve a
descaling tablet in it.
8. Remove the milk tube from the milk container, wipe it
down and insert the end of the milk tube into the hole
on the coffee residue container.
9. Close the door.
10. Place a container with a capacity of 17 oz (0.5 liters)
under the beverage dispenser.
11. Touch the I symbol.
The program will run for approx. 19 minutes.
Note: If there is too little descaling solution in the
water tank, the message "Fill water tank with water
and descaler" appears. Fill the empty water tank with
lukewarm water up to the "calc" mark (17 oz/0.5 l) and
then dissolve a descaling tablet in it. Press ™ to
confirm. The program will continue.
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Emptying program
Emptying program
Technical specifications
maogrpnTEiyt he emptying program is a service program which is used
Power connection with
transformer type 8001010566
(voltage - frequency)
Power rating
Maximum static pump
pressure
Maximum water tank capacity
(without filter)
Maximum capacity of the
coffee bean container
Length of power cable
(Power socket - transformer)
Dimensions
(appliance without transformer)
HxWxD
Weight, empty
(appliance without transformer)
Type of grinding unit
to remove coffee bean residue and to prevent damage
caused by frost during transportation and storage. The
appliance must be ready for use.
1. Rotate function selector to S.
2. Select "Emptying program" with the rotary selector.
3. Touch the ™ symbol.
4. Empty the bean container and reinsert it.
5. If present, remove the milk container and close the
door.
6. Close the door.
The emptying program runs for approx. 1 minute.
7. Empty and reinsert the water tank.
8. Close the door.
The emptying program runs for approx. 1 minute.
9. Remove the brewing unit and clean it thoroughly.
10. Touch the ™ symbol.
11. Clean the drip tray, coffee residue container, milk
system and milk hose set thoroughly, then reinsert
them.
12. Close the door.
The emptying program is finished.
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120 V AC - 60 Hz
1600 W
19 bar
81.15 oz (2.4 l)
17.64 oz (500 g)
39" (1 m)
17.91 x 23.23 x 17.48"
(455 x 590 x 444 mm)
46 - 49 lb (21 - 22 kg)
Ceramic
Simple troubleshooting
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Problem
The personally selected capacity is
not reached. Coffee dispensing
slows to a trickle or stops completely.
Cause
The grinding level is too fine.
The ground coffee is too fine.
The appliance is heavily calcified.
The brewing unit is soiled.
The hot water is milky or tastes of
milk or coffee.
The coffee has no crema.
The milk hose has not been
removed.
Milk or coffee residue in the
beverage dispenser.
Unsuitable type of coffee.
The beans are no longer
freshly roasted.
The grinding level was not
suitable for the coffee beans.
The coffee is too "acidic".
The grinding level is too
coarse. The ground coffee is
too coarse.
Unsuitable type of coffee.
The coffee is too bitter.
The grinding level is too fine.
The ground coffee is too fine.
Unsuitable type of coffee.
The coffee tastes burnt.
The brewing temperature is
too high.
The grinding level is too fine.
The ground coffee is too fine.
Unsuitable type of coffee.
The coffee is too weak.
Coffee strength selected is
too weak.
Ground coffee drawer
blocked with ground coffee.
The ground coffee gets stuck in the The ground coffee sticks
ground coffee drawer.
together.
The ground coffee drawer is
damp.
The water filter does not stay in posi- The water filter is not fitted
tion in the water tank.
correctly.
The bean container sticks when
There are beans in the housinserted.
ing.
The coffee residue are not compact The grinding level is set too
and are too wet.
fine or coarse, or not enough
ground coffee has been used.
The grinding level adjustment is
Too many beans in the grindstiff.
ing unit.
Remedial action
Adjust the grinding level to a coarser setting. Use coarser ground coffee.
Descale the appliance as described in the
instructions. ~ "Service programs"
on page 29
Clean the brewing unit. ~ "Cleaning
the brewing unit" on page 28
Remove the milk hose from the milk container.
Clean the beverage dispenser.
Use a type of coffee with a higher proportion of robusta beans.
Use fresh beans.
Set a finer grinding level.
Adjust the grinding level to a finer setting.
Use finer ground coffee.
Change the type of coffee.
Adjust the grinding level to a coarser setting. Use coarser ground coffee.
Change the type of coffee.
Reduce the temperature. ~ "Preparing
beverages" on page 16
Adjust the grinding level to a coarser setting. Use coarser ground coffee.
Change the type of coffee.
Use stronger coffee. ~ "Preparing
beverages" on page 16
Remove the ground coffee drawer, clean
and dry it thoroughly.
Do not compact the ground coffee in the
ground coffee drawer.
Remove the ground coffee drawer, clean
and dry it thoroughly.
Firmly press the water filter straight down
into the tank connection.
Remove beans.
Set a coarser or finer grinding level or
use 2 level measuring spoons of ground
coffee.
Dispense a beverage made from coffee
beans. Only make any subsequent
changes to the grinding level in small
steps.
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Simple troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
The brewing unit cannot be inserted. Brewing unit in the wrong
position.
The protective cover of the brewing
unit cannot be properly attached.
There is water under the drip tray.
Display screen "Milk container connected?" despite connected milk
container.
No milk dispensed despite filled
milk container.
The milk container is empty, but no
message is displayed.
Display screen "High or low voltage".
Display screen "Let appliance cool
down".
Display screen "Error: E0510".
Display screen shows "Fill coffee
beans". The appliance does not
grind the beans despite filled bean
container.
Display screen shows "Remove
brewing unit and clean by hand".
Remedial action
Insert the brewing unit as described in
the instructions. ~ "Cleaning the
brewing unit" on page 28
Brewing unit is locked.
Unlock brewing unit. ~ "Cleaning the
brewing unit" on page 28
Brewing unit is not locked.
Lock the brewing unit.~ "Cleaning the
brewing unit" on page 28
This is condensation.
Do not insert the drip tray without the
cover.
Container is outside the range Position the container at the right edge
of the sensor.
Material, e.g. milk carton, is
Confirm the display query with "Yes" or
not recognized.
use the supplied milk container.
The milk tube is not inserted Insert the milk tube down to the bottom of
deep enough in the milk con- the milk container.
tainer.
The shelf (scales) for the milk Remove shelf. Clean the shelf and the
container is soiled.
area underneath thoroughly.
Voltage is too high or too low. Contact electricity or grid provider. Have
the power supply checked by an expert.
Appliance is too hot.
Switch off appliance for 30 minutes.
The appliance has encountered an error.
Beans do not drop into the
grinding unit (beans that are
too oily may stick to the bean
container).
Brewing unit soiled.
Too much ground coffee in
the brewing unit.
Proceed according to the display screen.
Gently tap the bean container. Possibly
change the type of coffee. When the bean
container is empty, wipe it with a dry
cloth.
Clean the brewing unit.
Clean the brewing unit. Add no more than
two level measuring spoons of ground
coffee.
The brewing unit mechanism Clean the brewing unit. ~ "Cleaning
is stiff.
the brewing unit" on page 28
Display screen "Refill with still water Water tank wrongly inserted. Insert water tank correctly.
or remove filter".
Carbonated water in the water Fill the water tank with fresh tap water.
tank.
Float is stuck in the water
Remove the tank and clean thoroughly.
tank.
New water filter not rinsed
Rinse the water filter according to the
according to instructions, or instructions and then switch on, or use a
water filter spent or defective. new water filter.
Air in the water filter.
Immerse the water filter in water until no
more air bubbles escape; insert the filter
again.
Display screen "Clean trays and
Drip tray is soiled and wet.
Clean and dry the drip tray thoroughly.
replace" despite being empty.
Emptying is not detected
When the appliance is switched on,
when the appliance is
remove and reinsert the drip tray.
switched off.
Display screen "Insert trays" despite Inside of appliance (tray
Clean the inside.
being inserted.
holder) soiled.
The coffee residue container Push the coffee residue container all the
way in.
was not fully inserted.
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Simple troubleshooting
Problem
Water dripped onto the inner floor
of the appliance when the drip tray
was removed.
Display screen "Switch off appliance"
Cause
Drip tray was removed too
soon.
Appliance is too warm.
Brewing unit soiled.
Display screen "Contact customer
The appliance has encounservice".
tered an error.
If you are unable to solve the problem, always call the hotline.
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Remedial action
Wait a few seconds after the last drink
was dispensed before removing the drip
tray.
Let the appliance cool down.
Clean the brewing unit.
Please contact the hotline.
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