DIAMANT
SERVICE MANUAL
SM_EN
Date: 160819
CONTENT
DIAMANT
CONTENT.......................................................................................................................................................................2
SYMBOL DESCRIPTION.........................................................................................................................................4
Hazard intensity levels...................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS..........................................................................................................................5
DIAMANT 2 GROUP....................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Accessories......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
DIAMANT 3 GROUP....................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Accessories......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
OVERVIEW OF COMPONENTS.......................................................................................................................7
Diamant 2GR...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Diamant 3GR...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
TRANSPORT..................................................................................................................................................................9
INSTALLATION AND START-UP.......................................................................................................................9
Packaging.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9
Delivery inspection............................................................................................................................................................................................ 9
Machine positioning........................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Electrical installation........................................................................................................................................................................................ 10
Connection types............................................................................................................................................................................................. 10
Water connection............................................................................................................................................................................................ 11
Pressure and temperature............................................................................................................................................................................. 11
Starting the machine........................................................................................................................................................................................ 11
CLEANING AND CARE.......................................................................................................................................12
Coffee machine cleaning................................................................................................................................................................................. 12
Daily cleaning.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
Weekly cleaning................................................................................................................................................................................................ 12
Cleaning the brewing group and porta-filter............................................................................................................................................. 13
Cleaning the group gasket and shower plate............................................................................................................................................. 14
Additional handling of the machine.............................................................................................................................................................. 15
Changing the group gasket............................................................................................................................................................................. 15
STORAGE AND DISPOSAL OF MACHINE.............................................................................................16
How to store the machine............................................................................................................................................................................ 16
Disposal of machine........................................................................................................................................................................................ 16
PROGRAMMING......................................................................................................................................................17
Electronic control panel................................................................................................................................................................................. 17
Button functions............................................................................................................................................................................................... 17
Aditional capabilities reachable from the display...................................................................................................................................... 18
Programming the coffee dosage................................................................................................................................................................... 19
Programming of hot water volume.............................................................................................................................................................. 19
Programming temperature for the turbo steamer................................................................................................................................... 19
Maximum security time.................................................................................................................................................................................. 20
Access to second level menus...................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Clock adjustment, hour, minutes and day................................................................................................................................................... 20
Auto on/off........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 21
Counters............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 22
Counters access............................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Counter Litres.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 22
Service: Warning to technical maintenance................................................................................................................................................ 23
Total espressos................................................................................................................................................................................................. 23
Partial counter.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 24
Brewed services per keypad counter.......................................................................................................................................................... 24
Access to the technical programming......................................................................................................................................................... 24
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CONTENT
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Select language...................................................................................................................................................................................................25
Colour option....................................................................................................................................................................................................25
Mode setting......................................................................................................................................................................................................25
Colour setting....................................................................................................................................................................................................26
Display mode.....................................................................................................................................................................................................26
Contrast..............................................................................................................................................................................................................27
Colour ON.........................................................................................................................................................................................................27
Colour OFF........................................................................................................................................................................................................27
Name 1: Adjust the publicity message on the display (superior line)....................................................................................................28
Name 2: Adjust the publicity message on the display (inferior line)......................................................................................................28
Service pone.......................................................................................................................................................................................................28
Dosed service enabling....................................................................................................................................................................................29
Continuous brewing button...........................................................................................................................................................................29
Electronic steam wand.....................................................................................................................................................................................29
Pre-brewing........................................................................................................................................................................................................30
Adjusting the pre-brewing parameters........................................................................................................................................................30
Probe sensitivity................................................................................................................................................................................................30
Grinding notice..................................................................................................................................................................................................31
Adjusting parameters of the grinding notice..............................................................................................................................................31
Grinding notice..................................................................................................................................................................................................31
Chronometer.....................................................................................................................................................................................................32
Maintenance cycle.............................................................................................................................................................................................32
Temperatures: ºC or F.....................................................................................................................................................................................32
Boiler temperature...........................................................................................................................................................................................33
Multi boiler setting............................................................................................................................................................................................33
Groups temperature........................................................................................................................................................................................33
Offset temperature set....................................................................................................................................................................................34
PID parameters.................................................................................................................................................................................................34
Water softener filter: Regeneration.............................................................................................................................................................34
MESSAGES AND ALARMS..................................................................................................................................35
TROUBLESHOOTING...........................................................................................................................................36
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM......................................................................................................................................37
Display board.....................................................................................................................................................................................................37
Display 3Gr.........................................................................................................................................................................................................38
Display 3Gr 4 boilers.......................................................................................................................................................................................39
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SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
DIAMANT
Hazard intensity levels
There are three different levels of hazard intensity, identified by signal words DANGER, WARNING
and IMPORTANT. The level of hazard is determined by the following definitions.
Observe the statements to ensure safety, performance, prevent injury and machine damage.
Important:
Alerts against unsafe practices. Observe to ensure drink quality, machine performance,
food safety, to prevent minor personal injury or damage to the machine.
WARNING!
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in scalding,
serious injury and even death.
DANGER!
INDICATES A IMMINENTLY HAZARDOUS SITUATION WHICH, IF NOT
AVOIDED, WILL RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY AND EVEN DEATH.
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Note:
Gives additional information which may be helpful during the cleaning procedure or
operation of the machine.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
DIAMANT
DIAMANT 2 GROUP
MODEL
SPECIFICATIONS
DIAMANT 2 GROUP
(Base) | (Std.)
DIAMANT 2 GROUP WITH 3 BOILERS
2 units
2 units
Steam wand
Turbo steamer
none
|
1 unit
1 unit
Hot water outlet
1 unit
| 2 units
1 unit
Temperature control
PID regulation
PID regulation
Temperature control by group
No
Yes
Programmed via display
Yes
Yes
Optional
Optional
Yes
Yes
880, 620, 595
880, 620, 595
11.5
11.5 + 1.5 + 1.5
230V 1N~ 3740 W 50/60 Hz
230V 1N~ 3740 W 50/60 Hz
400V 3N~ 4780 W 50/60 Hz
400V 3N~ 4790 W 50/60 Hz
230V 3~ 4790 W 50/60 Hz
230V 3~ 4790 W 50/60 Hz
Female 3/8" thread
Female 3/8" thread
51.50
60.90
Between 0.8 and 1.2 bar
Between 0.8 and 1.2 bar
< 70 db
< 70 db
Dispensing system for tall cups
Energy saving mode
Width, depth, height (mm)
Boiler volume (L)
Power supply
Water connection
Machine weight (kg)
Steam boiler operating pressure
Ambient noise
Accessories
2-spout
porta-filter
1-spout
porta-filter
55-cm inlet
hose
Blind filter
Drainage tube
(150 cm)
2 unit
1 unit
1 unit
1 unit
1 unit
ITEM
2 GROUP:
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
DIAMANT
DIAMANT 3 GROUP
MODEL
SPECIFICATIONS
DIAMANT 3 GROUP
(Base) | (Std.)
DIAMANT 3 GROUP WITH 4 BOILERS
2 units
2 units
Steam wand
Turbo steamer
none
|
1 unit
1 unit
Hot water outlet
1 unit
| 2 units
2 units
Temperature control
PID regulation
PID regulation
Temperature control by group
No
Yes
Programmed via display
Yes
Yes
Optional
Optional
Yes
Yes
1080, 620, 595
1080, 620, 595
17.5
17.5 + 1.5 + 1.5 + 1.5
400V 2N~ 4290 W 50/60 Hz
400V 2N~ 4290 W 50/60 Hz
400V 3N~ 6290 W 50/60 Hz
400V 3N~ 6290 W 50/60 Hz
230V 3~ 4290 W 50/60 Hz
230V 3~ 4290 W 50/60 Hz
Female 3/8" thread
Female 3/8" thread
73.45
81.40
Between 0.8 and 1.2 bar
Between 0.8 and 1.2 bar
< 70 db
< 70 db
Dispensing system for tall cups
Energy saving mode
Width, depth, height (mm)
Boiler volume (L)
Power supply
Water connection
Machine weight (kg)
Steam boiler operating pressure
Ambient noise
Accessories
2-spout
porta-filter
1-spout
porta-filter
55-cm hose
Blind filter
Drainage tube
(150 cm)
3 unit
1 unit
1 unit
1 unit
1 unit
MODEL
3GR
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OVERVIEW OF COMPONENTS
DIAMANT
Front view of the machine
Diamant 2GR
Main Power Switch
Drink Buttons
Display
Hot Water Button
Steam Button
Steam Lever
Brewing Groups
Steam Lever
Steam Wand
Pump Manometer
Porta-filter
Hot Water Outlet
Steam Wand
Porta-filter
Hot Water Outlet
Turbo Steamer
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OVERVIEW OF COMPONENTS
DIAMANT
Front view of the machine
Diamant 3GR
Display
Hot Water Button
Drink Buttons
Steam Lever
Steam
Wand
Steam Lever
Steam Wand
Porta-filters
Main Switch
Hot Water Outlet
Pump
Manometer
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Steam Button
Brewing Groups
Turbo Steamer
Hot Water Outlet
Temperature
Sensor
TRANSPORT
DIAMANT
Packaging
The machine is shipped in a custom-designed carton which utilizes model-specific polystyrene cushions to protect it from damage.
The machine’s carton features standardized handling symbols to explain proper shipping and
storage methods.
The machine must remain in a horizontal position during the transport. Do not store or handle the
machine except on its feet.
During transport protect the carton and machine from impact drops, crushing, shocks, moisture
and exposure to extreme temperature.
Delivery inspection
U
pon receipt and delivery ensure that the machine is in the exact condition described in the
enclosed documentation, and that all accessories are included. Missing items should be reported to
the manufacturer or dealer immediately.
D
amage caused during transport should be reported to the shipping agent and the machine’s
distributor immediately.
Packaging materials are potentially dangerous and should be kept away from children.
The carton and all packing materials are recyclable and should be returned to a recycling center for disposal.
INSTALLATION AND START-UP
Machine positioning
MIN. 10 cm
MIN. 30 cm
Install
the machine on a level, sturdy, and water-resistant
surface approximately 110cm above floor level for ease of
access and usage.
Adjust the feet to ensure that it dispenses coffee evenly to
all cups.
Ensure enough free space is available above (>30cm) and behind (>10cm) the machine to ensure easy cleaning and maintenance and adequate ventilation.
Do not install the machine if it is wet or damp. Allow it to
dry completely and ask a service technician to ensure that
none of the electrical components have been affected.
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Note:
Leave an air gap of approximately 30cm above
the machine and 10cm behind it to ensure
adequate ventilation.
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INSTALLATION AND START UP
DIAMANT
Electrical installation
The machine should only be connected to the power supply by qualified
personnel. The following safety instructions should be obeyed at all times:
Ensure that the electrical requirements stated on the TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATIONS (pages 7 - 8) match the specifications of the power
supply at the outlet.
Ensure that the domestic electrical supply where the machine is being installed is rated for and able to provide the power required by the machine. Insufficient power supply, wiring, grounding, or insulation can result in overheating and possibility of fire.
The coffee machine must be connected to an earth grounded electrical
outlet that complies with the regulations in force in the country of
installation.
Ensure that a circuit breaker engineered for the power consumption of the
machine is installed to protect the domestic electrical supply, as specified on
the ratings plate located under the drip tray.
Do not connect the machine to the domestic power supply via extension
cords, plug adapters, or shared outlets.
The
manufacturer will not be held liable for damage to persons, animals or
property resulting from incorrect installation of the coffee machine.
DANGER!
If the power cable or plug is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, distributor, or its
approved service technician in order to avoid RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH!
Connection types
Connect the machine according to the specification on the ratings plate located under the drip tray.
230Vac Ph+N
Machine:
Blue
Supply
230Vac Ph+N
PHASE
Yellow/Green
2Ph+N
Machine:
Supply
230Vac Ph+N
Blue
Brown
Black
Supply cable
Blue
NEUTRAL
Brown
Supply cable
230Vac Ph+N
Machine:
Supply cable
Yellow/Green
10
Blue
NEUTRAL
PHASE
PHASE
Supply cable
Supply cable
2Ph+N
Machine:
NEUTRAL
PHASE
Supply cable
Yellow/Green
NEUTRAL
PHASE
Yellow/Green
Blue
Brown
Grey
Black
Supply
3Ph 380Vac+N
NEUTRAL
PHASE
PHASE
PHASE
Yellow/Green
Supply
3Ph 230Vac
Blue
Brown
Black
Supply
125Vac Ph+N
Brown
380Vac 3Ph
Machine:
Yellow/Green
Supply
2Ph 230Vac
Blue
Brown
Black
Supply
2Ph 380Vac+N
Blue
Brown
Black
Supply cable
Yellow/Green
2Ph+N
Machine:
PHASE
Yellow/Green
2Ph+N
Machine:
125Vac Ph+N
Machine:
PHASE
Brown
Supply cable
NEUTRAL
PHASE
Supply
2Ph 230Vac
PHASE
PHASE
PHASE
230Vac 3Ph
Machine:
Supply cable
Blue
Brown
Black
Yellow/Green
Supply
3Ph 230Vac
PHASE
PHASE
PHASE
INSTALLATION AND START UP
DIAMANT
Water connection
The Installation of the machine to a water mains connection must be done by a qualified person.
Rinse around 20 liters of water from the main water supply before connecting the machine to the water
connection.
Connect the inlet hose that is assembled in the machine to the main water supply, which should have
a 3/8” male connection fitted with a shut-off valve, tighten it with a wrench.
Use safe drinking water with hardness between 5ºfH and 8ºfH (French hardness degrees). If the value
is below this limit, the presence of corrosion of hydraulic components is a possibility. If the value is
higher than this limit, the presence of lime in the boiler will increase. In both cases the operation of
the machine and coffee quality will be affected negatively.
If necessary, connect the machine to a water softener or remineraliser to reduce water hardness. Use
the flexible hose that is included in the accessory box of the machine.
Connect one end of the corrugated tube to the drain cup in the machine, connect the other to the
main drainage tube at the installation area.
Important:
Only use the hoses supplied with the machine. Never reuse hoses.
Make sure that the drainage tube is not twisted and ensure that the entire tube is below the
level of the drain cup.
Pressure and temperature
B
oiler temperature and pressure are directly related (see Fig. 01).
Machine is fitted with a pressure gauge that will display the boiler pressure, if the machine is fitted
with a display it will also indicate boiler temperature.
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o
Relationship between boiler pressure and temperature
125
120
115
BAR
110
0.8
0.9
1
0.7
Standard pressure and temperature
1.1
1.2
Fig. 01
Starting the machine
Power switch
Open the external supply of water to the machine.
Turn on the main power switch.
Press a drink button at the control panel on each
group, wait until water comes out continuously from
each of them. This way the heat exchangers in the
machine will be correctly filled.
Open the steam tap to release the air trapped in the
boiler.
The red lamp indicates that the boiler is heating.
The lamp switches off when the machine reaches
operating temperature.
The machine is now ready to use.
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CLEANING AND CARE
DIAMANT
Coffee machine cleaning
Important:
T
o obtain the best efficiency, quality and performance of the machine, you should always
follow the cleaning and care instructions provided in this manual.
Turn off the power switch when cleaning the exterior of the machine.
All external surfaces should be cleaned with a wet cloth that will not get out fibers, threads or
scratch the machine.
Do not use aggressive cleaning detergents, solvents or degreasers. They can damage the
machine.
Important:
Once a day or after 8 hours from the last dispensing of coffee, the following cleaning tasks
must be performed for maintaining the quality and performance of the water system in the
machine:
Brewing Group: Place the empty porta-filter (without coffee) in the group head and
dispense hot water for one minute.
Steam wand: Position the wand outside the drip tray and open the steam lever for around
one minute.
Hot water outlet: Place a container under the water outlet and open the lever for 20
seconds.
Daily cleaning
Rinse the group and porta-filter without detergent. (only using the membrane and hot water)
Clean the external surfaces of the machine, pay special attention to the stainless steel parts.
Clean the steam wand and the water tap. Be sure that the nozzles are not blocked or half blocked
with for example milk residue. If it’s necessary to clean, be careful not to deform or damage any of
the components.
Clean the dip tray and the stainless steel insert grid under running water with a brush. You can
slowly pour 1L of hot water into the drain cup to dissolve and remove coffee residue that have
accumulated inside the cup and tubes.
Clean the group’s gasket and shower plate (page 12).
Weekly cleaning
Clean the brewing group and porta-filter with professional cleaning powder (page 11).
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CLEANING AND CARE
DIAMANT
Cleaning the brewing group and porta-filter
Unlock and remove the porta-filter from the group head.
Place the blind gasket in the filter basket.
Fill the blind basket with cleaning powder for espresso coffee machines.
Lock the porta-filter into the group head.
Activate the auto-cleaning program:
When the machine is in idle mode, simultaneously press the Continuous
Espresso
and 1 Short
buttons. After cleaning starts, release the buttons and the machine will
automatically repeat the cleaning cycle 5 times until cleaning is completed.
WARNING!
Never try to open the porta-filter while the machine is in operation! The pressurised
hot water could cause scalding or serious injury. After cleaning has finished, wait about 3
seconds before removing the porta-filter.
Important:
When the cleaning process is finished, remove the porta-filter and run water through
the group again to rinse out any residue. Repeat the cleaning process this time without
cleaning powder to remove any remaining residue. Store the blind gasket in a convenient
location for future use.
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Note:
Rinse the group and porta-filter with hot water (using only the blind gasket and hot
water, no cleaning powder) each day.
Clean the group and porta-filter with cleaning powder once a week.
Espresso machine
cleaning powder.
Blind gasket
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Note:
Only use professional cleaning
powder designed specifically for
espresso machines. It’s available
from the distributor.
Part no: 1104162
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CLEANING AND CARE
DIAMANT
Cleaning the group gasket and shower plate
Cleaning the gasket
While making espresso, coffee grounds will naturally accumulate on the group’s sealing surface.
Allowing an excessive amount of grounds to build up can prevent the porta-filter from properly
sealing to the group head. In extreme cases, such as leaving a used porta-filter in the group head for
several days, water can even become blocked from passing through the shower plate.
To prevent these problems, perform the following cleaning procedures daily:
Install the blind basket into the porta-filter without cleaning powder.
Place the porta-filter loosely in the group head - do not close it fully.
Press the Continuous button
.
Perform an opening-closing motion with the porta-filter in place without closing it fully. Water
will flow over and around the porta-filter, passing through the closing surface and washing out any
coffee residue. Be very careful to avoid splashes, as this water is very hot and can cause burns.
Press the Continuous button
again to stop the water flow.
WARNING!
Take special care to avoid scalding when
performing this cleaning operation, as the
hot water used to clean the gasket will spill
over the sides of the porta-filter.
WARNING!
Do not fully tighten the porta-filter. If fully
tightened, high-pressure water may spray
out and cause scalding or serious injury.
Cleaning the shower plate
Remove the porta-filter from the group head.
Clean the shower plate and group gasket with a soft brush to remove any coffee residue.
Remove coffee
residue with a
food-safe brush
Shower plate
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CLEANING AND CARE
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Additional handling of the machine
Important:
Avoid placing wet cups directly on the
cup shelf, it may drip into the machine
and cause machine damage.
Remove and insert the porta-filter gently.
Never use excessive force to try to close the
porta-filter.
Changing the group gasket
01
02
03
To remove the porta-filter, use a
straight-blade screwdriver to release
the shower by prying down with
medium force.
Remove the shower and gasket.
Remove and discard the old gasket.
Insert the new gasket (chamfer and
EXPOBAR logo facing up) into the
shower.
04
05 A
B
B
> 65 OC
A
15s
C
Remove the filter basket(A), then
place the new gasket and shower(B)
into the porta-filter(C).
99 OC
30s
Preheat the gasket to soften the rubber. A - heat the gasket for 15 seconds
using the water from the hot water outlet, or B - place the gasket, shower,
and porta-filter in hot water for 30 seconds.
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CLEANING AND CARE
06
07
Insert the preheated gasket and
shower into the head group using
the porta-filter. Use both hands.
Rotate the porta-filter into its
locked position using medium force.
Use both hands.
DIAMANT
08
Remove the porta-filter. The new
gasket and shower will remain
inside the head group. (Do not
forget to replace the filter basket
inside the porta-filter.)
STORAGE AND DISPOSAL OF MACHINE
How to store the machine
Make all the cleaning procedures described in this manual.
Disconnect and roll up the power cord. (this should be performed by a qualified person).
D
isconnect the inlet hose from the machine to the water mains and empty the boiler. (this should be
performed by a qualified person).
Clean the drip tray and exterior of the machine.
Cover / pack the machine and store it in a dry place where it isn’t exposed to bad weather conditions.
If the machine should be used after a long period of storage, make sure to run all cleaning procedures
before using the machine again.
Disposal of machine
Make all the cleaning procedures described in this manual.
D
isconnect and roll up the power cord. (this should be performed by a qualified
person).
D
isconnect the inlet hose from the machine to the water mains and empty the
boiler. (this should be performed by a qualified person).
Clean the drip tray and exterior of the machine.
Pack and send the machine to a certified recycling center.
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PROGRAMMING
DIAMANT
Electronic control panel
Button functions
Here some of the additional functions that the electronics offers:
Volume control of four different espresso drinks per brewing group.
Time-controlled hot water dispensing.
Automatic filling and level control of the boiler.
Automatic switch off of the heating element if not enough water.
System supervision through alarms.
Automatic cleaning of the brew groups
The control panel is by default programmed with 4 standard drinks (these can be reprogrammed as
you wish) and a continuous selection. The first four keys (1 short espresso, 1 long espresso, 2 short
espresso, 2 long espresso) brew the programmed volume and then stop automatically, the fifth key
brews continously untill user stops it by pressing button again.
Steam Button
Display
Shows temperature and water lever of the boiler.
Option to show time and date.
Water Button
Publicity
EXPOBAR
Max
hh:mm
day
C
o
Min
1 Short Espresso
2 Short Espresso
1 Long Espresso
2 Long Espresso
Continuous
Depending on how long this button is pressed it has 3 functions:
Less than 1 second, activates the hot water for infusions dosing.
Between 1 and 8 seconds, activates continuous espresso dispensing, in
order to stop the dispensing, press the button again.
Over 8 seconds, activates the programming menu. This is explained later
in programming part.
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PROGRAMMING
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Aditional capabilities reachable from the display
Customizable lines
Actual temperature of the main boiler
This wave symbol
is shown when the
boiler is heating.
Publicity
EXPOBAR
hh:mm
day
Max
Actual temperature of group boilers
(Only on multi-boiler models)
C
o
T.1
96ºc
Max
Min
T.2
93ºc
hh:mm
day
Min
Boiler water level
Time & day
During espresso brewing this will show
the dispensing time or the volume of
the drink depending on what setting
you have.
Automatic switch ON/OFF; “Stand by” function.
Time management: Current day and time.
Advertising display.
Total counter of erogated espressos and hot water services (through the display).
Digital control and visualization of the temperature in the boiler.
Maximum control of temperature in the boiler through PID technology.
On-display help for reprogramming and adjusting.
Visual alarm about the need of replacing water softener filter.
Display language selection.
(OFF+ON)
Service reset
(espresso)
Group boiler OFF / ON :
Continuous + 1 long espresso:
(multi-boiler machines)
Stand by
(Only left keypad)
+
OK
Auto cleaning:
Continuous + 1 short espresso
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C
o
(OFF+ON) Reset
litres of water
(descale)
PROGRAMMING
DIAMANT
Programming the coffee dosage
This section explains how to program the doses dispensed automatically by the drink buttons.
Keep the continuous button
pressed over 8 seconds, all the lights in the keypad will light up and
continuous button will flash.
Within 30 seconds press any selection that you want to reprogram (1 short espresso, 1 long espresso,
2 short espresso, 2 long espresso). Notice that all the lights will turn off except the selection you made
and the continuous button.
The group begins to dispense espresso, when the desired volume of espresso is reached, press the
selection button that is light up to stop dispensing, this volume will now be stored as default.
Repeat this process with all the selections that needs to be reprogrammed.
In case you only want to reprogram one of the selections, acts as previously described and only reprogram
one selection. The other selections will keep the existing settings.
Important:
Use a porta-filter filled with fresh coffee for every new dose you program.
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Note:
Programming any of the options on the left-hand drink buttons (when viewing the machine
from the front) automatically sets the dispensing volumes on all of the other drink buttons. This
only applies to the left-hand drink buttons. Programming other drink buttons only modifies the
option selected.
Programming of hot water volume
Keep the continuous button
and continuous button will flash.
pressed over 8 seconds, all the lights in the keypad will light up
Press the continuous button
for less than 1 second. Water will dispense from the hot water
wand.
Press the same button
again to stop the dispensing and store the new volume. Different water
volumes can be stored in each keypad.
Programming temperature for the turbo steamer
Keep the continuous button
pressed over 8 seconds, all the lights in the keypad will light up
and continuous button will flash.
Immerse the steam wand in the liquid to be heated up.
Press the steam button
.
When the liquid reaches the desired temperature, press steam button
temperature is now stored.
again to stop. The new
When programming this button it will only affect the temperature of the liquid, not the time steaming.
Once the electronic steam wand with temperature probe reaches the programmed temperature it will
automatically turn off. Different volumes of liquid will not affect the temperature.
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PROGRAMMING
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Maximum security time
As an additional safety, all dose settings have a maximum dispensing time of 5 minutes.
Access to second level menus
Doses Programming
Select 30s
Keep the continuous button
keypad.
(Entering first level, See fig. A). Now all the lights in the keypad will light up
and continuous button will flash. Do not release the continuous button
fig.A
Clock Adjust
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
fig.B
pressed over 8 seconds on the left
until the display shows “Clock adjust”(See fig. B). From this point we
are in the second level menu.
Enter “Clock adjust” by pressing the button
(2 short espresso) or
browse through the system with button
(1 short espresso) or
(1 long espresso).
Clock adjustment, hour, minutes and day
To adjust the clock press the button
adjust” is displayed.(See fig. C)
Clock Adjust
HH:MM Day
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
fig.C
(2 short espresso) while “Clock
The hour starts to flash, increase or decrease its value by pressing the button
(1 short espresso) or
(1 long espresso).
When the rightvalue is reached, accept it by pressing the button
(2 short espresso).
Now the minutes starts to flash, increase or decrease its value by pressing
the button
(1 short espresso) or
(1 long espresso).
When the right value is reached, accept it by pressing the button
(2 short espresso). Then the day of the week can be adjusted in
the same way (
,
&
).
When all values have been adjusted and is confirmed with button
(2 short espresso) the display will proceed to the next menu.
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PROGRAMMING
DIAMANT
Auto on/off
Auto On/Off
On: Hh:mm
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
After accepting the adjusting made in the time and day by pressing the
(2 short espresso), we enter in the programming of the
button
automatic ON/OFF function of the machine.(See fig. A)
To modify the time which the machine automatically gets into the “ON”
status, while the hour is flashing, increase or decrease its value by pressing
Fig. A
(1 short espresso) or
the button
(1 long espresso).
When the right value is reached, accept it by pressing
(2 short
espresso). Then the minutes will start to flash and will be adjustable in the
i
same way (
,
&
).
Note:
By default, this first value will be: On: - - : - - this means that the function is disabled. As soon
as we modify the value, and it become different from - - : - - the function will be enabled. If we
prefer to leave this function disabled, just accept by
pressing the button
(2 short espresso) while the adjusted value is - - : - - .
Now the automatically OFF time is flashing, increase or decrease its
Auto On/Off
Off: Hh:mm
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. B
value by pressing the button
(1 short espresso) or
(1 long espresso). When the right value is reached, accept it by pressing the
button
(2 short espresso). Then the minutes will blink, and will
be adjustable in the same way(
,
&
). With this final
confirmation, display will proceed to the next menu.(See fig. B)
If automatic ON and OFF times have been assigned, a day off can be enabled
in which the machine will not switch on at all. The day off menu will not
appear if the automatic ON/OFF times is not set.(See fig. C)
Closed on
Day
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. C
i
To adjust the day OFF, increase or decrease its value by pressing the button
(1 short espresso) or
(1 long espresso ).
When the right value is reached, accept it by pressing the button
short espresso).
(2
Note:
By default, this first value will be: On: - - : - - this means that the function is disabled. As soon
as we modify the value, and it become different from - - : - - the function will be enabled. If we
prefer to leave this function disabled, just accept by
pressing the button
(2 short espresso) while the adjusted value is - - : - - .
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PROGRAMMING
DIAMANT
Counters
There are 4 counters available:
Litres: litres of water which have come through the machine (help to know
when decalcifying is needed)
Service: coffee brewings needed for technical service.
Total coffee & hot water brewings
Coffee brewings per dose keypad
Counters access
Doses Programming
Select 30s
Keep the continuous button
pressed over 8 seconds, all the lights in
the keypad will light up and continuous button will flash.
The display will show:(See fig.A)
A
Clock Adjust
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Once again, press, and maintain pressed the continuous button
the display shows “Clock adjust”. (See fig.B)
till
B
Counters
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Press briefly the continuous button
“Counters”. (See fig.C)
, the display will show the option
C
Counter Litres
Water L. xxx
Total L. xxx
Counter reset
2 shorts + 2 longs
D
This counter shows the volume of water (litres), that has been through the
machine. Its main purpose is to facilitate the control of when a regeneration of
the water softener is needed.
How to access: When the display shows “counters”, accept by pressing
(two short espressos).
To exit and get to the next menu, press the continuous button
In chapter 10.31 Water softener filter: Regeneration, it can be programmed
how many litres of water the machine will use before giving the warning of
the need to regenerate the water softener. This way, the counter counts the
litres of water and warns the user when it is needed to do the regeneration
of the water softener.
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PROGRAMMING
DIAMANT
To reset this counter (reset litres counter):
The espresso machine must be in the ON Status.
Turn off the machine using the main switch.
Maintain pressed both button
(2 short espresso) and
(2 long espresso), and while pressing them, turn on the espresso machine
from the main switch.
Press the continuous button
to confirm the reset.
Service: Warning to technical maintenance
Service xxx
Cof. Cycle xxx
Press Coffee cont.
Fig. A
This counter shows on the first row (See fig.A), the number of services set for
the machine to request for technical service and maintenance. On the second
row it is shown the number of services brewed (individual brewed services)
made by the machine since the last reset.
How to access: From the counter “Litres” get to this counter by pressing the
.
continuous button
To get out and get to the next menu, press the continuous button
.
It can be programmed the number of brewed services before the electronics
give the warning to make the technical maintenance.
To reset the counter (reset the service counter):
The espresso machine must be in the ON status.
Turn off the machine using the main switch.
Keep pressed both buttons
(1 short espresso) and
(1 long espresso), and while pressing them, turn on the espresso machine
from the main switch.
Press continuous button
to confirm the reset.
Total espressos
Total counter
Cof. cycle xxx
Press Coffee cont.
This totalizer adds up all the services brewed by the machine. (See fig.B)
Therefore, it cannot be reset.
How to access:
From the counter “Service”, access to this counter pressing the continuous
Fig. B
button
.
To exit and proceed to the next menu,
press the continuous button
.
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PROGRAMMING
DIAMANT
Partial counter
This counter constitutes a partial counter since last reset.(See fig.A)
Partial counter
Cof. cycle xxx
Press Coffee cont.
Fig. A
Brewed services per keypad counter
This counter shows the number of brewed services brewed by each of the
possible selections of the machine. (See fig.B)
Doses type GR N
xxx
Press continuous
On the superior side of the display it is shown the dosis type (Espresso, long
espresso, 2 espressos, 2 long espressos, continuous or hot water). On the
right side it is shown which of the groups is now displayed. Underneath it is
shown the amount.
Fig. B
These counters can be reset as follow: While displays shows as fig.A, press
at the same time both buttons
(2 short espresso) and
(2
long espresso) for more than 4 seconds.
Access to the technical programming
+
-
OK
- OFF + >14s → Technical prog.
- Next Menu
The access to these adjustment menus is only possible from the left keyboard
of the machine (left, facing the machine).
With the machine in the stand by (OFF) state, keep pressed the continuous
button
for more than 15 seconds till the display shows the following
message: “Language: English” or “Lengua: Español”.
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PROGRAMMING
DIAMANT
Select language
Select language
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. A
When on the display it is shown: “Select Language” and the selected
language(See fig.A), we can change the language used in the display.
To change the currentlanguage used, press one short espresso
(+)
(-).
or one long espresso
- Spanish - German - Italian - French - English
←(-)
(one long espresso) → (+)
(one short espresso)
To accept the selection made and proceed to the next menu, press the
continuous button
.
Colour option
Diamant Colour
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
To accept the selection made and proceed to the next menu, press the
continuous button
. (See fig.B)
Fig. B
Mode setting
Diamant Mode
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
To accept the selection made and proceed to the next menu, press the
continuous button
. (See fig.C)
Fig. C
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PROGRAMMING
DIAMANT
Colour setting
Bar Led Colour
Colour
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. A
When on the display it is shown “Bar Led Colour”(See fig.A), the colour of
the led lines on the base of the machine can be adjusted. To toggle between
(+) or
the different options use the one short espresso
one long espresso
(-) buttons. The effect of the option selected can
be observed directly on the machine.
Off, red, green, blue, purple, light green, light blue, white.
←(-)
(one long espresso) → (+)
(one short espresso)
To accept the selection made and proceed to the next menu, press the
continuous button
Bar Led Colour
Mode
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. B
.
In this menu (See fig.B), we adjust the behavior of the led lines on the base of
the machine. To toggle the mode use the one short espresso
(+)
(-) buttons. The leds will respond immediately to
or one large coffee
the option selected.
Scrolling - Christmas – off – Fix on – blinking – dynamic ←(-)
(one long espresso) → (+)
(one short espresso)
To accept the selection made and proceed to the next menu, press the
continuous button
.
Display mode
Display Mode
Normal/reverse
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. C
The display has two working modes: “Normal” in which the letters are light
against a dark background, or “Reverse” or negative, in which the letter are
shaped by not lighting their shape in the background (See fig.C) .
To toggle between the two modes, use the one short espresso
(-) buttons. The effect can be seen directly on
or one long espresso
the display.
To accept the selection made and proceed to the next menu, press the
continuous button
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(+)
.
PROGRAMMING
DIAMANT
Contrast
Contrast
0 - 50
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. A
In this menu(See fig.A), the contrast of the display lightning is set. It can be
adjusted between the values of 0 and 50. To adjust it use the one short
espresso
(+) or one long espresso
(-).
The effect can be seen directly on the display.
To accept the selection made and proceed to the next menu, press the
continuous button
.
Colour ON
Colour state ON
Colour
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. B
Here, the colour of the display while in “ON” state is set(See fig.B). This
means that it can be different when the machine is in the “OFF” status.
To toggle between the different options use the one short espresso
(+) or one long espresso
(-). The effect of the option
selected can be observed directly on the machine.
- Spanish - German - Italian - French - English
←(-)
(one long espresso) → (+)
(one short espresso)
To accept the selection made and proceed to the next menu, press the
continuous button
.
Colour OFF
Colour state OFF
Colour
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. C
Now, the colour of the display while in “OFF” state is set(See fig.C). To
toggle between the different options use the one short espresso
(+) or one long espresso
(-). The effect of the option
selected can be observed directly on the machine.
- Spanish - German - Italian - French - English
←(-)
(one long espresso) → (+)
(one short espresso)
To accept the selection made and proceed to the next menu, press the
continuous button
.
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PROGRAMMING
DIAMANT
Name 1: Adjust the publicity message on the display (superior line)
Name1
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. A
The message shown (See fig.A) on the 2 superior lines of the display can be
adjusted here and in the following menus.
Here the first row will be adjusted.
To modify the selected letter for the blinking character press the one short
espresso
(+) or one long espresso
(-).
To accept the selected character and proceed to the next one, press the
button
(2 short espresso).
To accept the line and proceed to the next menu, press the continuousbrewing
button.
Name 2: Adjust the publicity message on the display (inferior line)
Name2
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. B
In this menu (See fig.B) the second row of the customizable lines is set.
To modify the selected letter for the blinking character press the one short
espresso
(+) or one long espresso
(-).
To accept the selected character and proceed to the next one, press the
button
(2 short espresso).
To accept the line and proceed to the next menu, press the continuousbrewing
button.
Service pone
Service Phone
Telephone Nr
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. C
In this menu (See fig.C), it is set the telephone number shown when
the warning caused by reaching the number of services set for technical
maintenance.
To modify the selected number for the blinking character press the one
short espresso
(+) or one long espresso
(-).
To accept the selected character and proceed to the next one, press the
button
(2 short espresso).
To accept the line and proceed to the next menu, press the continuous
brewing button.
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PROGRAMMING
DIAMANT
Dosed service enabling
Doses setting
Enabled/disabled
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. A
This menu Enables/disables(See fig.A) the possibility of modifying the doses
volumes set. This is, makes it possible to disable (they will not work) the
possibility for the user to modify the doses set in the machine.
This option prevents the final user from dis-adjusting the doses set of the
machine.
To enable modifying the setting, press the button
espresso), to disable, press the button
(one short
(one long espresso).
To accept the setting and proceed to the next menu, press the
continuous button
.
Continuous brewing button
Continuous key
Option
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. B
This menu (See fig.B) toggles the behavior of the continuous brewing button
into different working modes.
The options are: # Tea + continuous. # Only coffee cont. # Only Tea
To modify the selected mode press the button
espresso) or
(one short
(one long espresso).
To accept the setting and proceed to the next menu, press the
continuous button
.
Electronic steam wand
Steam Boiler Gr.
N
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. C
In this menu, (See fig.C) it is set which keypad is phisically connected
(internally) to the button of the electronic steam wand. By factory default this
is set to 1, and it should not be modified, as malfunctioning of the machine
would occur.
Increase of decrease the value by pressing the button
short espresso) or
(one
(one long espresso).
To accept the setting and proceed to the next menu, press the
continuous button
.
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PROGRAMMING
DIAMANT
Pre-brewing
Pre-brewing
Enabled/disabled
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. A
This setting enables or disables the electronic pre-brewing(See fig.A). By
factory default this option is disabled, as the Brilliance’s brewing groups are
equipped with mechanical pre-brewing systems.
To activate this function press the button
(one short espresso),
(one long espresso).
to disable, press the button
To accept the setting and proceed to the next menu, press the
continuous button
.
Adjusting the pre-brewing parameters
Pre-brew. ON sec
Selection type X.Xs
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. B
Pre-brew. OFF sec
Selection type X.Xs
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. C
If in the previous menu the pre-brewing function was enabled, this menus
will appear as to allow the adjusting of the parameters of the pre-brewing. As
said, this machine is already equipped with mechanical pre-brewing, so it is
not to activate this function.
On this first menu, it is adjusted the pre-brewing time for each type
of selection (short espresso, large coffee, 2 short espressos & 2 large
espressos). in which water is pumped as to moisture the grinded coffee.
To adjust it press the button
(one long espresso).
(one short espresso) or
To accept the setting and proceed to the next menu, press the continuous
button
.
Now it is adjusted the pre-brewing time for the little pause after the initial
water injection, as to allow the grinded coffee to moisture depending on
each type of selection.
To accept the setting and proceed to the next menu, press the continuous
button
.
Probe sensitivity
Probe Sensitivity
Low/Mid/High
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. D
Here it can be adjusted the detection sensibility of the level probes of the
boiler. (See fig.D)Normally it is not needed to modify it from the “medium”,
but in some cases (very pure water, this is water with very low level of
dissolved salts), it will be needed to select High sensibility and vice versa.
By default this sensibility will be set to “Med”, and generally it is not needed
to modify it.
To increase sensibility, press the button
decrease it, press the button
(one short espresso), to
(one long espresso).
To accept the setting and proceed to the next menu, press the continuous
button
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.
PROGRAMMING
DIAMANT
Grinding notice
Grinding Notice
Enabled/disabled
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. A
This setting enables or disables the brewing monitor(See fig.A). This function
analyzes the output flow when brewing, and depending on it, advises if the
grinded coffee is too thin or too coarse. If the brewing flowrate was between
limits, it will display “Ok” at the end of the brewing process.
To enable it, press the button
press the button
(one short espresso), to disable it, (one long espresso).
To accept the setting and proceed to the next menu, press the continuous
button
.
Adjusting parameters of the grinding notice
Thin Grinding
X.X
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. B
If in the previous section the grinding notice was enabled, in this menu, its
parameters can be adjusted. If it was disabled, this menu will not appear.
Here it is adjusted the minimum flow rate that will be considered as inferior
limit of a good brewing flowrate.
To increase this value, press the button
to decrease it, press the button
Thick Grinding
X.X
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. C
(one short espresso),
(one long espresso).
To accept the setting and proceed to the next menu, press the
continuous button
.
Here it is adjusted the maximum flow rate that will be considered as superior
limit of a good brewing flowrate.
To increase this value, press the button
to decrease it, press the button
(one short espresso),
(one long espresso).
To accept the setting and proceed to the next menu, press the continuous
button
.
Grinding notice
Led Idle
option
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. D
The blinking of the keypads lights have different behavior modes that can
be toggled by pressing the button
(one short espresso) and
(one long espresso).
The options are: Enabled, disabled & Rotation leds.
To accept the setting and proceed to the next menu, press the continuous
button
.
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PROGRAMMING
DIAMANT
Chronometer
Crono
option
The displays (See fig.A) of each group have different working modes:
Brewing chronometer: When brewing an espresso, the display acts as a
chronometer measuring the time taken to erogate the espresso.
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Pulses: When brewing an espresso, the displays acts as a volume counter
showing the volume brewed in cubic centimeters.
Fig. A
Disabled: Easch group display is not affected when brewing espresso.
To change between the different option use press the button
short espresso) or
(one
(one long espresso).
To accept the setting and proceed to the next menu, press the continuous
button
.
Maintenance cycle
Maintenance cycle
XXXX
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. B
Here it is adjusted the Number of espresso brewings needed for maintenance
cycle, (shower screen replacing, gaskets, etc.) When the service counter
reaches the number set here, on the display it is shown the warning “Service
needed”, and the Phone of the service.
To increase this value, press the button
to decrease it, press the button
(one short espresso),
(one long espresso).
To accept the setting and proceed to the next menu, press the continuous
button
.
Temperatures: ºC or F
Temperature
ºC/ºF
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. C
To show the temperature in ºF (Fahrenheit) press the button
short espresso),
To show the temperature in ºC (Celsius) press the button
long espresso).
(one
To accept the setting and proceed to the next menu, press the continuous
button
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(one
.
PROGRAMMING
DIAMANT
Boiler temperature
Boiler temperature
XXºC
YYYºF
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. A
In this section the temperature of the boiler is set.
To increase temperature, press the button
to decrease it, press the button
(one short espresso),
(one long espresso).
To accept the setting and proceed to the next menu, press the continuous
button
.
Multi boiler setting
Heating Group
XXXX
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. B
Here is set the actual number of extra boilers that the machine has.This
setting is factory set, and must not be modified, as this would cause a
malfunctioning.
To modify the setting press the button
or
(one short espresso),
(one long espresso). The options are:
- GR1+GR2 (One main boiler and 2 groups boilers)
- OFF (Only one main boiler machine)
To accept the setting and proceed to the next menu, press the continuous
button
.
Groups temperature
Group temperature
XXºC
YYYºF
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
Fig. C
Here it is adjusted the temperature for each group and the main boiler. If the
previous menu was set to “OFF”, only the temperature for the main boiler
will appear in this menus.
To increase temperature value, press the button
espresso), to decrease it, press the button
(one short
(one long espresso).
Group temperature1 – Group temperature2 – Main boiler temperature
Once adjusted each temperature, press the continuous button
to adjust the next group/boiler temperature.
as
Once set the temperature of the last group/boiler, when pressing the
continuous button
it will procceed to the next menu.
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PROGRAMMING
DIAMANT
Offset temperature set
In this setting it is set the temperature offset to be considered between the
group boiler and the group head. If the Grupos Calefactados (multicaldera)
was set to “OFF”, this menu will not appear.
OFFST Tset Coffee
XXºC
YYYºF
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
This parameter is factory set to 10ºC, and it is recommended not to modify
it.
To increase temperature drop, press the button
(one short
Fig. A
espresso), to decrease it, press the button
(one long espresso).
To accept the setting and proceed to the next menu, press the continuous
.
button
PID parameters
In this menu the PID internal parameters are set. This parameters are factory
set and they must not be modified, as doing so will cause the machine to
malfunction. By default they are: kP=4, kI=0,07, kD=2,2.
KP KI KD
4 0,07 2,2
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
To adjust each parameter, press the button
(one long espresso).
espresso) and
Fig. B
(one short
Once adjusted each parameter, press the continuous button
to proceed to the next parameter. When having adjusted the last one, when
pressing the continuous button, the next menu will appear..
Water softener filter: Regeneration
Here it is adjusted the liters of water after which the electronics will warn
about the need of regenerating the water softener.
Water filter
NNN
1 short espresso ↑ +
1 long espresso ↓ 2 short espresso OK
Continuous to confirm
To increase this number, press the button
to decrease it, press the button
Fig. C
(one short espresso),
(one long espresso).
In Contador Litros chapter it is shown the volume of water already used
by the machine since last reset.
To accept the setting and proceed to the next menu, press the continuous
.
button
Model of
water softener
Quantity of water treated depending on water hardness
(water hardnes units: french degrees)
20º
30º
L8
1200
1000
L 12
1900
1500
40º
60º
80º
900
700
500
1
1350
1050
750
1.5
Approximated litres of water treated until regeneration of the water softener is needed.
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Salt
KG
MESSAGES AND ALARMS
Alarm flowmeter
X
DIAMANT
Flowmeter X failure / No flow detected in flowmeter X
C
o
Max
Min
No water
Check that the machine is receiving water.
C
o
Max
Min
Tprobe Unconnect
X
Temperature sensor X fault.
C
o
Max
Min
Service
9999999
Warning technical service needed.
C
o
Max
Min
Filter
999999999
Max
The water softener filter needs to be replaced.
C
o
Min
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TROUBLESHOOTING
DIAMANT
The following checks can be carried out by users once the machine has been turned off and disconnected
from the power supply. For all other non-specified machine faults, disconnect the machine from the power
supply and immediately contact authorised and qualified service personnel.
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
The plug is not correctly
inserted into the power socket
Check that the plug is correctly
inserted and that the power
socket is operational.
The circuit breaker and/or
differential are disconnected.
Check that they are connected.
The cable and/or plug are
damaged.
Call service personnel to
replace them.
The steam wand does not
dispense steam
The steam wand is clogged by
milk
Clean the wand and, if
necessary, remove the nozzle
and unclog it using a pin or
needle.
Water is found underneath
the machine
The drainage tube is blocked.
Clean the drainage tube.
The machine does not start up
Faults produced by limescale
Coffee not dispensed at right temperature:
Heat-exchanger outlet pipes clogged by limescale.
Brewing groups do not dispense water:
Water system is clogged by limescale.
90% of faults are due to limescaling inside the coffee machine (due to not softening the water). To avoid
these faults, maintain the water softener regularly.
Coffee-grinding problems
Coffee dispensing is very fast:
The coffee grinding is to coarse. Adjust the coffeegrinding setting.
Coffee dispensing is very slow:
The coffee grinding is to fine. Adjust the coffeegrinding setting.
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ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
DIAMANT
Display board
REF.
Denominación
B.C.1
Botonera Centralita
B.C.A-V
Botonera Centralita Agua - Vapor
C.E.3D5.Orq
Centralita 3D5 Orquesta
Display
Display
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ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
Display 3Gr
REF.
Denominación
C.E.3D5.
Orq
Centralita 3D5
Orquesta
E.C.
Electrovalvula Carga
E.Tea
Electrovalvula Te
E.V
Electrovalvula Grupo
E.V.V
Electrovalvula Vapor
M
Motor
Ntc
Sonda Temperatura
R
Resistencia
R.E.
Rele Estatico
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DIAMANT
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
DIAMANT
Display 3Gr 4 boilers
REF.
Denominación
C.E.3D5.
Orq
E.C.
Centralita 3D5 Orquesta
E.Tea
Electrovalvula Te
E.V
Electrovalvula Grupo
E.V.V
Electrovalvula Vapor
M
Motor
Ntc
Sonda Temperatura
R
Resistencia
R.E.
Rele Estatico
Electrovalvula Carga
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For the warranty to be valid the conditions for maintenance must have been
followed according to our instructions, proper precaution has been made and
warranty claim been issued without delay.
The affected equipment may not be used during awaiting service if there is any risk
that the damage or defect would worsen.
The warranty will not cover consumption supplies such as glassware, normal
maintenance such as cleaning of filters, contaminations in water, lime, incorrect
voltages, pressure or adjustment of water amounts.
The warranty will not cover damages of defects caused by incorrect handling and
operation of the appliance.
FOR SERVICE
Please contact your dealer
Your Dealer
www.creminternational.com
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