Automatic Milk Frother
Instructions for use
Table of contents
Your milk frother
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
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Proper use ................................................................................................................................................................ 11
Control elements
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Setting up and connecting
2 Operation
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Milk froth ................................................................................................................................................................. 14
Hot milk ................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Hot chocolate ..........................................................................................................................................................15
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Cleaning
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Transport and environmentally friendly disposal
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Transport ..................................................................................................................................................................15
Disposal ....................................................................................................................................................................15
5 Technical data
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6 JURA contact details / legal information
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Symbol description
Warnings
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J DANGER
The warning sign draws your attention to potential risks of injury. Always note
information indicated by this symbol to prevent potential risks of injury or fatal injury.
The DANGER signal word draws your attention to a dangerous situation. Failure to
observe the information will result in death or serious injury.
J WARNING The WARNING signal word draws your attention to a dangerous situation. Failure to
observe the information may result in death or serious injury.
J CAUTION
The CAUTION signal word (with warning sign) draws your attention to a dangerous
situation. Failure to observe the information may result in minor or moderate injuries.
ATTENTION
ATTENTION draws your attention to potential damage to the machine.
Symbols used
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Prompt to take action. This symbol means that you are being prompted to perform
some action.
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Information and tips to make use of your milk frother even easier.
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
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Before using the machine read these instructions
for use thoroughly and completely and comply
with the instructions they contain. A warranty service is not applicable for damage or defects caused
by non-compliance with the instructions for use.
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To avoid damage and any associated risk of injury
or fire, please carefully read and observe the
important safety information set out below when
using an electric machine:
After unpacking, check the machine for
damage. If you are in any doubt, do not use
the machine and contact customer support in
your country.
Dispose of packaging material (e.g. plastic
bags) out of the reach of children, as they pose
the risk of suffocation.
If the mains cable of this machine is damaged,
it must be repaired either directly by JURA or
by an authorised JURA service centre.
Be careful to ensure that the mains cable is not
trapped and does not rub against sharp edges.
Never allow the mains cable to loosely hang
down. The mains cable could pose a tripping
hazard or become damaged.
Make sure that the milk frother and the mains
cable are not located close to hot surfaces.
Never open and repair the machine yourself.
Do not modify the machine in any way that is
not described in the instructions for use. The
machine contains live parts. Repairs may only
be carried out by authorised JURA service
centres, using original spare parts and
accessories.
Only connect the machine to the mains
voltage in accordance with the information on
the rating plate. The rating plate is located on
the underside of your milk frother. Further
technical data is given in these instructions for
use (see Chapter 5 'Technical Data').
Only use the milk frother out of the reach of
children because the milk may get very hot.
Do not use damaged milk containers.
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During operation, only hold the milk container
by the heat-resistant handle.
Do not touch the hot surface of the heating
plate.
Do not place the milk container in a microwave.
Only place the milk container supplied on the
heating plate.
Switch off the milk frother before cleaning and
disconnect the mains plug. Allow the machine
to cool down before cleaning.
Do not put the milk frother or any individual
parts in the dishwasher.
Ensure that the heating plate and base of the
milk container are clean at all times during
use.
Disconnect the mains plug from the power
socket if you are going to be absent for long
periods.
Only operate the machine when supervised.
Pass them on to any subsequent user.
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Proper use
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The machine is designed and intended for private
domestic use. It is used to froth and/or heat milk
in the supplied milk container. Use for any other
purpose will be deemed improper. JURA cannot
accept any responsibility for the consequences of
improper use.
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
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People, including children, who
do not have the physical, sensory or mental
capabilities to use the machine safely or
are inexperienced or lack knowledge in how to
use the machine safely
must be supervised by a responsible person when
using it, or must be instructed in how to use it
correctly.
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Control elements
Control elements
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Cover
Frothing disk
Milk container
Heat-resistant handle
Heating plate
Machine base
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Mains cable
Heating disk (stores on bottom of machine)
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Control elements
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MAX
MAX
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Machine base
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Hot milk froth/milk
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Warm milk froth/milk
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Cold milk froth/milk
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Operating key
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MIN
Level marks (on the inside)
MAX
Maximum level for milk
MAX
Maximum level for milk froth
MIN
Minimum level
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Three disks are supplied with the machine: one frothing disk is stored in the milk container and one
frothing disk and one heating disk are stored on the bottom of the machine.
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Frothing disk
Heating disk
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Setting up and connecting
Setting up and connecting
When setting up your milk frother, please note the
following:
Place the milk frother on a horizontal, stable
surface that is not sensitive to water.
Choose a spot for your milk frother which is
protected against overheating.
In the interests of hygiene, you should use a
damp cloth to clean the machine base and
milk container before starting the milk frother
for the first time. Dry everything thoroughly.
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J WARNING
If the machine is operated with a defective mains
cable, there is a danger of potentially fatal electric
shock.
T Never use a machine which is damaged or
has a defective mains cable.
T Insert the mains plug into a power socket.
2 Operation
You can use your milk frother to heat and froth
milk ( and ) or prepare cold milk froth ( ).
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container – at least up to the MIN mark.
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container – don't fill beyond the MAX mark
for milk froth or the MAX mark for hot
milk.
Milk froth
Example: Proceed as follows to prepare milk froth.
T Insert the frothing disk in the milk container.
It will click into place audibly.
T Add cold milk up to at least the MIN mark
but not beyond the MAX mark .
T Place the cover on the milk container.
T Place the milk container on the machine
base.
T Insert the mains plug into a power socket.
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T Press the operating key until the symbol for
the desired temperature level lights up.
The symbol selected flashes three times by
way of confirmation. The machine then
starts automatically.
T Wait until the machine stops and the symbol
goes out again.
E You can interrupt the process at any time.
simply press the operating key or lift the
milk container off the machine base.
T Lift the milk container off and pour out the
milk froth. CAUTION! Danger of scalding!
Only hold the milk container by its handle.
Do not touch the heating plate.
T Place the milk container on a heat-resistant
surface or back on the machine base.
T Remove the mains plug and leave the
machine to cool down.
T Always clean the machine after use.
Hot milk
Example: Proceed as follows to prepare hot milk.
T Remove the heating disk from the bottom of
the machine.
T Insert the heating disk in the milk container.
It will click into place audibly.
T Add cold milk up to at least the MIN mark
but not beyond the MAX mark .
T Place the cover on the milk container.
T Place the milk container on the machine
base.
T Insert the mains plug into a power socket.
T Press the operating key until the or
symbol lights up.
The symbol flashes three times. The
machine then starts automatically.
T Wait until the machine stops and the symbol
goes out again.
E You can interrupt the process at any time.
simply press the operating key or lift the
milk container off the machine base.
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T Lift the milk container off and pour out the
hot milk. CAUTION! Danger of scalding! Only
hold the milk container by its handle. Do not
touch the heating plate.
T Place the milk container on a heat-resistant
surface or back on the machine base.
T Disconnect the mains plug and leave the
machine to cool down.
T Always clean the machine after use.
Hot chocolate
Example: Proceed as follows to prepare a hot
chocolate.
T Remove the heating disk from the bottom of
the machine.
T Insert the heating disk in the milk container.
It will click into place audibly.
T Add cold milk up to at least the MIN mark
but not beyond the MAX mark .
T Place the cover on the milk container.
T Place the milk container on the machine
base.
T Insert the mains plug into a power socket.
T Press the operating key until the or
symbol lights up.
The symbol flashes three times. The
machine then starts automatically.
T Wait around 60 seconds.
T Lift off the cover and slowly poor cocoa
powder or finely grated chocolate into the
milk.
T Wait until the machine stops and the symbol
goes out again.
E You can interrupt the process at any time.
simply press the operating key or lift the
milk container off the machine base.
T Lift the milk container off and pour out the
hot chocolate. CAUTION! Danger of scalding!
Only hold the milk container by its handle.
Do not touch the heating plate.
T Place the milk container on a heat-resistant
surface or back on the machine base.
Cleaning
T Disconnect the mains plug and leave the
machine to cool down.
T Always clean the machine after use.
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Cleaning
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J WARNING
Danger of potentially fatal electric shock.
T Disconnect the mains plug from the power
socket before cleaning.
J CAUTION
Danger of scalding from hot machine parts.
T Allow the machine to cool down before
cleaning.
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E Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaning agents
or hard objects to clean the machine. This
may damage the machine, the coating of
the milk container and the milk container.
T Clean the machine base with a damp cloth
and dry off.
T Rinse the milk container, cover and
attachment thoroughly under running water
and dry off all parts.
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Transport and environmentally
friendly disposal
Transport
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Keep the packaging for your milk frother. It should
be used to protect the machine during transport.
Clean the milk container before transporting it.
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Disposal
Please dispose of old machines in an environmentally friendly way.
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Old machines contain valuable, recyclable
materials which should be recycled. Please
therefore dispose of old machines via suitable
collection systems.
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5 Technical data
5 Technical data
Voltage
A 70605 220–240 V ~,
50 Hz
A 70606 220–240 V ~,
50 Hz
F 70607 120 Vac ~, 60 Hz
D 70608 230–240 V ~,
50 Hz
Conformity
symbol
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Power
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6 JURA contact details / legal
information
JURA Elektroapparate AG
Kaffeeweltstrasse 10
CH-4626 Niederbuchsiten
Tel. +41 (0)62 38 98 233
@ You will find additional contact details for
your country at www.jura.com.
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70605
70606
70607
70608
600 W
600 W
600 W
600–650 W
Holding capacity 0.1–0.34 l
of milk container (3.4–11.5 oz)
Cable length
approx. 0.75 m
(approx. 29.5 in.)
Dimensions
(W × H × D)
12.5 × 20.9 × 12.5 cm
(4.9 × 8.2 × 4.9 in.)
Directives
The machine complies with the following
directives:
2006/95/EC – Low Voltage Directive
2004/108/EC – Electromagnetic Compatibility
2009/125/EC – Ecodesign Directive
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Technical changes
We reserve the right to make technical changes.
The diagrams used in these instructions for use are
for illustration purposes only and do not represent
the original colours of the machine. Some details
of your machine may vary.
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Copyright
The instructions for use contain information which
is protected by copyright. It is not permitted to
photocopy these instructions for use or translate
them into another language without the prior
written consent of JURA Elektroapparate AG.
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