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CONTENTS
Changing the quantity of milk...................17
Changing the quantity of coffee................17
INTRODUCTION .........................7
CHANGING JUG FUNCTION
PARAMETERS ..........................19
Symbols used in these instructions ...........7
Letters in brackets......................................7
Troubleshooting and repairs.......................7
CLEANING ..............................19
Cleaning the coffee maker ........................19
Cleaning the waste coffee container .........19
Cleaning the drip tray ...............................19
Cleaning the water tank ............................20
Cleaning the spouts..................................20
Cleaning the pre-ground coffee funnel .....20
Cleaning the inside of the coffee maker....20
Cleaning the brewing unit.........................20
Cleaning the milk container ......................21
Cleaning the coffee jug .............................21
SAFETY ...................................7
Fundamental safety warnings.....................7
Designated use...........................................8
Instructions ................................................8
DESCRIPTION............................8
Description of the appliance .......................8
Description of the control panel .................8
Description of milk container and accessories .............................................................9
PRELIMINARY CHECKS ................9
CHANGING AND SETTING MENU
PARAMETERS ..........................21
Controls after transport ..............................9
Installing the appliance...............................9
Connecting the appliance ...........................9
Setting the language ................................21
Rinsing.....................................................22
Changing the length of time the appliance
remains on ...............................................22
Setting the clock.......................................22
Setting auto-start time..............................22
Changing coffee temperature ...................22
Setting water hardness.............................23
Programming coffee ................................23
Programming cappuccino ........................23
Programming the jug ...............................23
Programming water .................................23
Descaling .................................................23
Resetting default values (reset)................24
Statistics ..................................................24
Buzzer ......................................................24
Adjusting contrast ....................................24
Water filter ...............................................25
DISPOSAL ................................9
BUILT-IN INSTALLATION..............10
USING THE APPLIANCE FOR THE
FIRST TIME.............................12
Replacing the filter ("Filter reset") .............13
Removing the filter...................................13
TURNING ON AND HEATING UP ....13
MAKING COFFEE USING COFFEE
BEANS ..................................14
ADJUSTING THE COFFEE MILL .....15
DELIVERING HOT WATER ............16
CHANGING THE QUANTITY OF HOT
WATER ..................................16
TURNING THE APPLIANCE OFF ....25
MAKING CAPPUCCINO ...............16
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION .........25
CHANGING THE QUANTITY OF MILK
AND COFFEE FOR CAPPUCCINO ....17
DISPLAYED MESSAGES ..............26
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TROUBLESHOOTING ..................28
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INTRODUCTION
•
•
Symbols used in these
instructions
•
Important warnings are identified by these symbols. Failure to observe the instructions could result in electric shock, serious injury, burns, fire
or damage to the appliance.
working environments;
farm houses;
by clients in hotels, motels and other residential type environments;
bed and breakfast type environments.
Danger! This is an electrical appliance,
it is therefore important to respect the following
safety warnings:
• Never touch the appliance with damp hands.
• Never touch the plug with damp hands.
• Make sure the socket used is freely accessible at all times, enabling the appliance to be
unplugged when necessary.
• If the appliance is faulty, do not attempt to repair.
Turn it off using the main switch (A23), unplug from the mains socket and contact Customer Services.
Danger!
Failure to observe the warning could result in
possibly life threatening injury from electric
shock.
Important!
Failure to observe the warning could result in injury or damage to the appliance.
Danger of burns!
Failure to observe the warning could result in
scalds or burns.
Important! Keep all packaging (plastic
bags, polystyrene foam) away from children.
N.B.!
Important information for the user
Important! The appliance is not intended
for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack
of experience and knowledge, unless they have
been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance by a person responsible for
their safety.
Children must be supervised to ensure they do not
play with the appliance.
Letters in brackets
The letters in brackets refer to the legend in the
Description of the Appliance on page 3.
Troubleshooting and repairs
In the event of problems, follow the information
given in the sections "Displayed messages" and
"Troubleshooting".
If this does not resolve the problem, you should
consult Customer Services.
For repairs, contact Customer Services only.
Danger of burns! This appliance produces hot water and steam may form while it is in
operation.
Avoid contact with splashes of water or hot
steam. Use knobs and handles.
SAFETY
Important! Do not grasp the coffee maker
when it is out of the cabinet. Do not rest recipients containing liquids or inflammable or corrosive materials on top of the appliance. Place the
accessories required to make the coffee (the
measure for example) in the special holder. Do
not rest large objects which could obstruct movement or unstable objects on the appliance.
Fundamental safety warnings
Important! This is an household appliance only.
It is not intended to be used in:
• staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other
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A6.
A7.
A8.
A9.
A10.
A11.
A12.
A13.
A14.
A15.
A16.
A17.
A18.
A19.
A20.
A21.
A22.
A23.
A24.
A25.
Amportant! Do not use the appliance
when extracted. Make sure the appliance is inactive before extracting it. The only exception is adjusting the coffee mill which must be done with
the machine out (see the section "Adjusting the
coffee mill").
N.B.! Use original or manufacturer recommended accessories and spare parts only.
Designated use
This appliance is designed and made to prepare
coffee and heat drinks. All other use is considered improper. This appliance is not suitable for
commercial use. The manufacturer is not liable
for damage deriving from improper use of the appliance. This appliance can be installed over a
built-in oven if the latter is fitted with a cooling
fan at the rear (maximum microwave power: 3
kW).
Cup tray lights
On-Off/stand-by button
Control panel
Water softener filter
Hot water and steam nozzle
Jug
Water tank
Coffee spout (adjustable height)
Drip tray
Bean container lid
Bean container
Grinding adjustment knob
Pre-ground coffee funnel door
Measure
Compartment for measure
Pre-ground coffee funnel
Power cable
Main switch
Tray
Terminal board
Description of the control panel
Instructions
(page 3 - B)
Read these instructions carefully before using the
appliance.
• Keep these instructions
• Failure to respect these instructions may result in burns or damage to the appliance.
The manufacturer is not liable for damage
deriving from failure to respect these instructions.
N.B.! Only the icons relating to the controls enabled for the particular function currently
being used will be lit on the touch screen.
N.B.! A light touch is enough to activate
the icon.
B1. Display: guides the user in using the appliance.
B2.
icon to activate or deactivate menu
parameter setting mode
B3.
icon to turn lights A6 on and off
B4.
icon to select the coffee taste
B5.
icon to select the type of coffee
(espresso, small cup, medium cup, large
cup, mug)
B6. ESC icon to exit the selected mode
B7-B8.
icons to scroll forwards or
backwards through the menu and display
the various modes
B9. OK icon to confirm the selected function
B10.
icon to deliver a cup of coffee
B11.
icon to deliver two cups of coffee
N.B.! The appliance has a cooling fan.
This comes on whenever coffee, steam or hot
water is delivered. After several minutes, the fan
goes off automatically.
DESCRIPTION
Description of the appliance
(page 3 - A)
A1. Cup tray
A2. Service door
A3. Coffee guide
A4. Waste coffee container
A5. Brewing unit
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B12.
B13.
B14.
on the rating plate on the bottom of the appliance.
Connect the appliance to an efficiently earthed
and correctly installed socket with a minimum
current rating of 10A only.
If the power socket does not match the plug on
the appliance, have the socket replaced with a
suitable type by a qualified professional.
To comply with safety directives, an omnipolar
switch with a minimum contact distance of 3 mm
must be installed.
Do not use multiple sockets or extensions.
icon to deliver cappuccino
icon to deliver hot water
"jug" icon to make a number of cups
of coffee directly in the jug (provided)
Description of milk container and
accessories
(page 3 - C)
C1. Frothed milk regulator
C2. Milk container handle
C3. CLEAN button
C4. Milk intake tube
C5. Frothed milk spout
C6. Milk frother
C7. Hot water spout
Important! Safety cutout devices must be
included in the mains power supply in compliance
with the installation regulations in the country concerned.
PRELIMINARY CHECKS
DISPOSAL
Controls after transport
Electrical appliances must not be disposed of as household waste.
Appliances with this symbol are covered
by European Directive 2002/96/EC.
All unused electric and electronic appliances
must be disposed of separately from household
waste by taking them to state authorised special
centres.
Disposing of the unused appliance correctly
avoids damage to the environment and a risk to
health.
For more information on disposing of the unused appliance, contact the local administration,
the waste disposal department or the shop where
the appliance was bought.
.
After removing the packaging, make sure the product is complete and undamaged and that all accessories are present.
Do not use the appliance if it is visibly damaged.
Contact Customer Services.
Installing the appliance
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•
Important!
Installation must be performed by a qualified
professional in compliance with legislation in
force in the country of installation (see Builtin installation).
The packing elements (plastic bags, polystyrene foam, etc.) should be kept out of reach
of children.
Do not install the appliance in rooms where
the temperature may drop to 0°C or lower.
Customise the water hardness as soon as
possible following the instructions in the
"Setting water hardness" section.
Connecting the appliance
Danger! Check that the mains power
supply voltage corresponds to the value indicated
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BUILT-IN INSTALLATION
m
15 m
372 mm
Verify the minimum measurements required for
correct installation of the appliance.
The coffee maker must be installed in a column
and the column must be firmly fixed to the wall
with commercially available brackets.
528 m
m
Important:
h 378 mm
m
20 m
m
45 m
560 +
m
45 m
850 mm Min 380 + 2 mm
m
8 mm
m
45 m
m
45 m
m
45 m
45 m
mm
500
Min.
mm
545
560 +
m
45 m
200 cm2
10
m
8 mm
450 + 2 mm
8 mm
m
45 m
mm
500
Min.
mm
545
200 cm2
Min
560 +
m
m
45 m
m
m
398
594 m
mm
398
594 m
h 455 mm
m
20 m
mm
378 mm
•
850 mm Min 450 + 2 mm
•
361
Important: all installation or maintenance
operations must be performed with the appliance disconnected from the mains electricity supply.
Kitchen furniture in direct contact with the
appliance must be heat resistant (65°C min).
To guarantee correct ventilation, leave a gap
at the bottom of the cabinet (see measurements in figure).
455 mm
•
m
45 m
m
m
0
50
Min.
mm
545
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x4
x8
x2
x 16
Position the rails on the sides of the cabinet as
shown in the figure. Fix with the screws supplied, then extract them completely. If the coffee
maker is installed over a warmer drawer, use the
top surface of this as a reference to position the
rails.
In this case, there will be no surface to rest the
rails on.
Position the appliance on the rails, making sure
the pins are correctly inserted in the housings,
then fix it with the screws supplied.
If the height of the appliance requires adjusting,
use the spacer disks provided.
x1
x1
appro
mm
x. 350
If necessary, fit the trim at the bottom of the
frame to compensate for differences in alignment
with other appliances.
x4
Fix the power cable with the clip.
The power cable must be long enough to allow
the appliance to be extracted from the cabinet
to fill the coffee bean container.
The appliance must be earthed in compliance
with legislation.
Electrical connections must be performed by a
qualified
electrician
following
the
instructions.
560 +
1 mm
If necessary, correct alignment of the appliance
by positioning the spacers supplied under or at
the sides of the support.
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N.B.! When using the appliance for the
first time, you need to make 4-5 cups of coffee
and 4-5 cappuccinos before the appliance gives
satisfactory results.
USING THE APPLIANCE
FOR THE FIRST TIME
•
Coffee has been used to factory test the appliance and it is therefore completely normal
for there to be traces of coffee in the mill.
• Customise water hardness as soon as possible following the instructions in the "Setting
water hardness" section.
1. Connect the appliance to the mains supply.
Set the required language.
2. To set the language, use the
icons (B7
and B8) to choose the required language (fig.
2). When the message "PRESS OK TO
CHOOSE ENGLISH" is displayed, press the
OK icon (B9) (fig. 3) for 3 seconds until "ENGLISH INSTALLED" is displayed. If you set
the wrong language, follow the instructions
in the "Setting the language" section. If your
language is not available, select one from
those displayed. The instructions refer to the
English version. Then follow the instructions
displayed:
3. After 5 seconds, the appliance displays "FILL
TANK". Extract the water tank (fig. 4), rinse
and fill with fresh water without exceeding
the MAX line. Replace and push as far as it
will go. A water softener filter can be installed in the tank (fig. 30).
4. Place a cup under the hot water spout (fig.
5). (If the hot water spout is not inserted, the
appliance displays "INSERT WATER SPOUT".
Attach it as shown in figure 6. The appliance
displays: "HOT WATER PRESS OK". Press the
OK icon (B9) (fig. 3) and after a few seconds
a little water comes out of the spout.
5. The machine now displays "TURNING OFF...
PLEASE WAIT" and goes off.
6. Extract the appliance by pulling it out using
the handles (fig. 7). Open the lid and fill the
container with coffee beans, then close the
lid and push the appliance in.
The coffee maker is now ready for normal use.
N.B.! Each time you turn the coffee maker
on by the ON/OFF switch (A23), it performs a
SELF-DIAGNOSIS cycle and then goes off. To
turn it on again, press the ON/OFF button (A7)
(fig. 1)
Installing the filter
Some models are fitted with a water softener filter to improve the quality of the water used and
extend the working life of the appliance.
To install, proceed as follows:
1. Remove the filter (A9) from the packaging;
2. Slide the date indicator pointer (see fig. 30)
until the months of use are displayed.
N.B.! The filter lasts about two months if
the appliance is used normally. If the coffee
maker is left unused with the filter installed,
it will last a maximum of three weeks.
3. Fill the tank with a little water up to the level
shown in the figure:
4. Insert the filter in the water tank and press it
until it touches the bottom of the tank (see
fig. 30);
5. Fill the water tank and place it in the coffee
maker, then insert the hot water spout (C7)
(fig. 6).
6. Position a container under the spout (min.
capacity: 100 ml).
7. Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu;
8. Press the
icons (B7) and (B8) until
"INSTALL FILTER" is displayed;
9. Press the OK icon (B9);
10. The message "INSTALL FILTER PLEASE
CONFIRM" is displayed.
11. Press the OK icon (B9) to confirm the selec-
Important! Never introduce pre-ground
coffee, freeze dried coffee, caramelised beans or
anything else which could damage the appliance.
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tion (or ESC (B6) to cancel). "HOT WATER
PRESS OK" is displayed.
12. Press the OK icon (B9) again. The appliance
begins delivering hot water and the message
"PLEASE WAIT... " is displayed.
When delivery stops, the appliance automatically displays the basic modes set again.
Removing the filter
To use the appliance without a filter, you must remove it and notify the appliance of its removal as
follows:
1. Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu;
2. Press the
icons (B7) and (B8) until
"INSTALL FILTER*" is displayed;
3. Press the OK icon (B9);
4. The message "INSTALL FILTER* CONFIRM"
is displayed.
5. Press the ESC icon (B6).
6. When the asterisk has disappeared from the
top right of the display, press ESC (B6) to exit
the menu.
N.B.! The appliance may request the operation to be repeated a number of times until the
air is completely elminated from the hydraulic circuit.
Replacing the filter ("Filter reset")
When "REPLACE FILTER" is displayed or after 2
months of use (see date indicator), the filter must
be replaced:
1. Remove the exhausted filter;
2. Remove the new filter from the packaging.
3. Slide the pointer of the date indicator (see fig.
30) until the months of use are displayed (the
filter lasts about 2 months);
4. Insert the filter in the water tank and press it
until it touches the bottom of the tank (see
fig. 30);
5. Fill the water tank and place it in the coffee
maker, then insert the hot water spout (C7)
(fig. 6).
6. Position a container under the spout (min.
capacity: 100 ml).
7. Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu;
8. Press the
icons (B7) and (B8) until
"FILTER RESET" is displayed;
9. Press the OK icon (B9);
10. The message "FILTER RESET CONFIRM" is
displayed.
11. Press the OK icon (B9) to confirm the selection (or ESC (B6) to cancel). "HOT WATER
PRESS OK" is displayed.
12. Press the OK icon (B9) again. The appliance
begins delivering hot water and the message
"PLEASE WAIT..." is displayed.
When delivery stops, the appliance automatically displays the basic modes set again.
N.B.! Use the filters recommended by the
manufacturer only. Use of unsuitable filters could
damage the appliance.
TURNING ON AND HEATING
UP
Each time the appliance is turned on, it performs
an automatic preheat and rinse cycle which cannot be interrupted.
The appliance is ready for use only after completion of this cycle.
Danger of burns! During rinsing, a little
hot water flows from the coffee spouts.
To turn the appliance on, press the On-Off/standby button (A7) (fig. 1). The message "HEATING
UP... PLEASE WAIT" is displayed.
When heating is complete, the message changes
to "RINSING";
The appliance is at temperature when the message "MEDIUM CUP NORMAL TASTE" is displayed. If no icon is pressed within about 2 minutes,
the time (if set, see the "Setting the clock" section) is displayed.
If the time has not been set, the appliance displays the last functions set.
When any icon is pressed, "MEDIUM CUP NORMAL TASTE" is displayed again. The appliance is
ready to make coffee again.
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MAKING COFFEE USING
COFFEE BEANS
•
Preheat the cups by rinsing them with hot
water.
NOTE 4: Coffee delivery can be interrupted at any
moment by re-pressing the previously selected
icon which remains lit during the operation.
NOTE 5: As soon as delivery is finished, to increase the quantity of coffee in the cup, just keep
pressing the previously selected icon within 3 seconds after delivery has finished.
NOTE 6: When the appliance displays "FILL
TANK", fill the tank with water or the appliance
will not deliver coffee.
(It is normal for there to be a little water left in
the tank).
NOTE 7: After about 14 single (or 7 double) coffees, the appliance displays "EMPTY WASTE
COFFEE CONTAINER".
To clean, open the service door on the front of
the appliance by pulling the spout (fig. 16), extract the drip tray (fig. 17) and clean.
1. The appliance is preset to make coffee with a
normal taste.
You can also choose coffee with an extramild, mild, standard, strong or extra-strong
taste. There is also a pre-ground coffee option.
To choose the required taste, press more
times the icon (B4) (fig. 8). The required
coffee taste is displayed.
2. Place 1 cup under the spouts to make 1 coffee (fig. 9) or 2 cups for 2 coffees (fig. 9).
Lower the spouts as near as possible to the
cup for a creamier coffee (fig. 10).
3. Press the
icon (B5) (fig. 11) to select
the type of coffee: espresso, small cup, medium cup, large cup, mug.
Press the
icon (B10) (fig. 12) if you want
to make a coffee and the
icon (B11) (fig.
13) if you want to make 2 coffees.
The appliance now grinds the beans and
starts delivering the coffee into the cup.
Once the set amount of coffee has been delivered, the machine stops delivery automatically and expels the exhausted waste coffee
into the waste coffee container.
4. After a few seconds, the appliance is ready
for use again.
5. To turn the appliance off, press the OnOff/stand-by button (A7) (fig. 1).
(Before going off, the appliance performs an
automatic rinse cycle. Take care to avoid
scalds).
NOTE 1: If the coffee is delivered a drop at a time
or not at all, see the "Adjusting the coffee mill"
section.
NOTE 2: If the coffee is delivered too fast and the
cream is not satisfactory, see the "Adjusting the
coffee mill" section.
NOTE 3: Tips for a hotter coffee:
• Proceed as described in the section "Changing and setting menu parameters", "Rinse"
function.
• Unless preheated, do not use excessively
thick cups as they will absorb too much heat.
When cleaning, always extract the drip tray
completely.
Important! When extracting the drip tray,
the waste coffee container MUST always be emptied. If this is not done, the machine may be
clogged.
NOTE 8: Never extract the water tank while the
machine is delivering coffee.
If it is removed, it will not be possible to make
the coffee and the appliance will display
"GROUND TOO FINE ADJUST MILL AND PRESS
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OK" and then "FILL TANK!". Check the level of
water in the tank and replace in the appliance.
To use the appliance again, insert the hot water
spout (fig. 6) if not already in position, press the
OK icon (B9). "HOT WATER PRESS OK" is displayed.
Press the OK icon (B9) within a few seconds and
deliver water from the spout for about 30 seconds. When delivery stops, the basic modes are
displayed again.
•
N.B.: The coffee maker may request the
operation to be repeated a number of times until
the air is completely elminated from the hydraulic circuit.
The coffee mill is preset in the factory and should
not require adjusting. However, if after making
the first few coffees you find that delivery is either
too fast or too slow (a drop at a time), this can be
corrected by adjusting the grinding adjustment
knob (fig. 14).
Press the OK icon (B9) again to confirm (or
the ESC icon (B6) to cancel the operation).
• Press the ESC icon (B6) (fig. 18) twice to exit
the menu.
The appliance is now reprogrammed with the
new settings and is ready.
ADJUSTING THE COFFEE
MILL
N.B.: if this operation is not performed
correctly or if the machine is turned off, the basic
modes may be displayed, although the problem
is in fact still present.
Important! The grinding adjustment knob
must only be turned when the coffee mill is in
operation.
For slower delivery and
creamier coffee, turn one
click anticlockwise (finer
pre-ground coffee).
For faster delivery (not a
drop at a time), turn one
click clockwise (coarser
pre-ground coffee).
CHANGING THE QUANTITY
OF COFFEE IN THE CUP
The appliance is set by default to automatically
make the following types of coffee:
• espresso
• small cup
• medium cup
• large cup
• mug
MAKING ESPRESSO COFFEE
WITH PRE-GROUND COFFEE
(INSTEAD OF BEANS)
To change the quantity, proceed as follows:
• Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu
(fig. 15). Press the
icons (B7) and (B8)
(fig. 2) until "PROGRAM COFFEE" is displayed.
• Press the OK icon (B9).
• Select the type of coffee you want to change
by pressing the
icons (B7) and (B8).
• Press the OK icon (B9) to confirm the type of
coffee you want to make.
• Use the
icons (B7) and (B8) to
change the quantity of coffee.
The progress bar shows the quantity of coffee selected.
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•
•
•
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Press the
icon (B4) (fig. 8) and select the
pre-ground coffee function.
Extract the machine by pulling it outwards
using the handles (fig. 7).
Lift the central lid, place one measure of preground coffee in the funnel (fig. 19), push the
appliance in then proceed as described in the
section "Making coffee using coffee beans".
N.B.: You can make just one coffee at a time
by pressing the
icon (B10) (fig. 12).
After using the machine with pre-ground cof-
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fee, to go back to making coffee using beans,
deactivate the pre-ground coffee function by
pressing the
icon (B4) (fig. 8).
NOTE 1: Never introduce pre-ground coffee when
the machine is off or it could spread through the
inside of the appliance.
NOTE 2: Never add more than 1 measure, otherwise the appliance will not make the coffee.
NOTE 3: Use the measure provided only.
NOTE 4: Introduce only pre-ground coffee for
espresso coffee machines into the funnel.
NOTE 5: If more than one measure of pre-ground
coffee is used and the funnel clogs, push the coffee down with a knife (fig. 21) then remove and
clean the brewing unit and machine as described
in the "Cleaning the brewing unit" section.
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MAKING CAPPUCCINO
N.B.: Set the quantity of coffee you want
to use to make the cappuccino in the "Program
cappuccino" function in the menu.
DELIVERING HOT WATER
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(B8) (fig. 2) until "PROGRAM HOT WATER"
is displayed.
Press the OK icon (B9) to confirm.
Select the required quantity of water by pressing the
icons (B7) and (B8).
The progress bar shows the quantity of water
selected.
Press the OK icon (B9) to confirm (or the
ESC icon (B6) to cancel the operation.
Press the ESC icon (B6) (fig. 18) twice to exit
the menu.
The appliance is now reprogrammed with the
new settings and is ready.
Always make sure the appliance is ready.
Make sure the water spout is in place and attached to the nozzle (fig. 6).
Position a container under the spout.
Press the
icon (B13) (fig. 20).
The appliance displays: "HOT WATER PRESS
OK".
Press the OK icon (B9) again and hot water is
delivered from the water spout into the container underneath.
You should not deliver hot water for more
than 2 minutes at a time.
To interrupt, press the
icon (B13) or the
ESC icon (B6).
The appliance stops delivery once the set
quantity is reached.
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CHANGING THE QUANTITY
OF HOT WATER
The machine is set by default to automatically delivery 150 ml of hot water.
To change these quantities, proceed as follows:
• Place a container underneath the water spout
(fig. 5).
• Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu
(fig. 15) or press the
icons (B7) and
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Select the taste of the coffee you want to use
to make the cappuccino by pressing the
icon (B4).
Remove the lid of the milk container.
Fill the container with about 100 grams of
milk for each cappuccino to be prepared (fig.
23). Never exceed the MAX level (corresponding to about 750 ml) marked on the container.
You should ideally use skimmed or semiskimmed milk at refrigerator temperature
(about 5°C).
Make sure the intake tube is correctly inserted in the rubber washer (fig. 24) then replace the milk container lid.
Position the frothed milk regulator (C1) between the words CAPPUCCINO and CAFFELATTE printed on the milk container lid.
The quantity of froth can be adjusted by moving the regulator towards the word CAFFELATTE for a denser froth. Moving it towards
the word CAPPUCCINO obtains a less dense
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After cleaning, remove the milk container and
place in the refrigerator. The milk should not
be left out of the refrigerator for more than
15 minutes.
NOTE 4: To change the quantity of coffee or frothed milk the appliance delivers automatically
into the cup, proceed as described in the section
"Changing the quantity of coffee and milk for cappuccino".
NO froth
"Denser" froth
frothed milk
regulator
"Less dense" froth
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Remove the hot water spout (fig 6) and attach the milk container to the nozzle (fig. 25).
Position the milk spout as shown in fig. 26
and then place a sufficiently large cup under
the coffee and milk spouts.
Press the
icon (fig. B12).
"CAPPUCCINO..." is displayed and after a few
seconds, frothed milk flows out of the milk
spout into the cup below. (Delivery stops automatically).
The appliance delivers coffee.
The cappuccino is now ready. Sweeten to
taste and, if desired, sprinkle the froth with a
little cocoa powder.
CHANGING THE QUANTITY
OF MILK AND COFFEE FOR
CAPPUCCINO
The appliance is set by default to automatically
deliver a standard cappuccino.
To change these quantities, proceed as follows:
Changing the quantity of milk
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NOTE 1: While making cappuccino, the flow of
frothed milk or coffee can be interrupted by pressing the
icon (B12).
NOTE 2: If the milk in the container finishes while
delivering frothed milk, remove the container and
add milk. Then re-attach it and press the icon
(B12) to request cappuccino again.
NOTE 3: To ensure the complete cleanliness and
hygiene of the milk frother, always clean the circuits in the milk container lid after making cappuccino. "PRESS CLEAN!" flashes on the display.
• Place a recipient under the milk spout (fig.
26).
• Press the CLEAN button on the lid (C3) and
hold down for at least 5 seconds (fig. 26) to
start the cleaning function. The appliance displays the message "CLEANING" above a progressive bar.
You should not release the CLEAN button
until the bar is complete indicating that cleaning is concluded.
When the CLEAN button is released, the function stops.
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Fill the container with milk up to the maximum level indicated on the container.
Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu
(fig. 15), then press the
icons (B7)
and (B8) (fig. 2) until "PROGRAM CAPPUCCINO" is displayed.
Press the OK icon (B9) to confirm.
"PROGRAM MILK" is displayed.
Press the OK icon (B9) again.
Select the quantity of milk required by pressing the
icons (B7) and (B8).
The progress bar shows the quantity of milk
selected.
Press the OK icon (B9) to confirm (or the
ESC icon (B6) to cancel the operation).
Press the ESC icon (B6) (fig. 18) twice to exit
the menu.
Changing the quantity of coffee
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Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu
(fig. 15) or press the
icons (B7) and
(B8) (fig. 2) until "PROGRAM CAPPUCCINO"
is displayed.
Press the OK icon (B9) to confirm then the
icons (B7) and (B8) (fig. 2) until
"COFFEE FOR CAPPUCC." is displayed.
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Press the OK icon (B9) again.
Select the quantity of coffee required by pressing the
icons (B7) and (B8).
The progress bar shows the quantity of coffee selected.
Press the OK icon (B9) to confirm (or the
ESC icon (B6) to cancel the operation.
Press the ESC icon (B6) (fig. 18) twice to exit
the menu.
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MAKING A NUMBER OF
CUPS OF COFFEE WITH THE
JUG FUNCTION
Using this function you can automatically make a
number of cups of coffee (4, 6) directly in the jug
(A11) to keep the coffee hot.
• Turn the jug lid until the arrow lines up with
the word OPEN and remove the lid.
Rinse the jug and lid.
• Close the jug by turning the lid towards
CLOSE until it is tightly closed and then place
it under the coffee spout.
Always position the jug with the handle facing to the right or left as shown in the figure.
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The type of coffee selected, for example
"EXTRA-MILD JUG", and the number of cups
you want to make with the jug are displayed,
for example "JUG 4 CUPS".
Confirm by pressing the
icon (B14).
The display shows a progress bar which indicates coffee making process.
When the progress bar is complete, the appliance finishes the process and automatically goes back to the coffee jug function.
If on the other hand an incomplete progress
bar is displayed, this means that the cycle
has not been completed correctly. Remove
the jug and check the message which appears on the display, consulting the section "DISPLAYED MESSAGES".
Remove jug and leave the lid in the CLOSE
position to keep the coffee hot.
To pour the coffee, turn the lid anticlockwise
until the arrow is lined up with the spout of
the jug.
Important! When the coffee beans are insufficient to complete the required function, the
appliance stops the process and waits for the
bean container to be filled again and the
icon
(B14) to be pressed. For example, when you
want to make 4 cups of coffee but the beans are
insufficient, the appliance makes 2 cups then
stops making coffee. Fill the bean container and
press the
icon (B14). Once the container has
been filled, the appliance makes the 2 remaining
cups only to reach the required number of 4
cups. If there is not enough water in the tank to
complete the required function or the waste coffee container is full, the appliance interrupts the
process. To fill the water tank or empty the waste
coffee container, you must remove the jug. This
interrupts the programme. After rectifying the
problem, the programme must be started again.
In this case, you must take the amount of coffee
already delivered into account to avoid the jug
overflowing.
The coffee spout (A13) must be fully raised
to enable the jug to be inserted.
"FILL BEAN CONT. AND WATER TANK,
EMPTY WASTE CONT., PRESS OK" is displayed. Make sure the water tank is full, the bean
container is full enough and the waste coffee
container is completely empty.
Press the OK icon (B9).
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CHANGING JUG FUNCTION
PARAMETERS
CLEANING
The jug programme is factory set with default values.
These can be modified to suit your personal taste
and saved.
You can select 5 different types of coffee from
extra-mild to extra-strong and, with the aid of a
graphic bar, 10 quantities of coffee.
To make these adjustments, proceed as follows:
• Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu.
Press the
icons (B7) and (B8) until
"PROGRAM JUG" is displayed.
• Press the OK icon (B9) and then the
icons (B7) and (B8) until "JUG COFFEE
TASTE" is displayed.
• Press the OK icon (B9).
• Press the
icons (B7) and (B8) to select a different coffee taste from extra-mild to
extra-strong.
• Confirm the required taste by pressing the
OK icon (B9).
• To change the quantity of coffee, press the
icons (B7) and (B8) until "JUG LEVEL"
is displayed.
• Press the OK icon (B9) to confirm.
• A bar representing the quantity of coffee delivered for each cup is displayed and can be
made shorter or longer.
A completely full bar corresponds to the maximum quantity of coffee per cup.
• When the bar indicates the quantity of coffee
required, press the OK icon (B9) to confirm.
• To change the quantity of cups, press the
icons (B7) and (B8) until "NR OF CUPS
IN JUG" is displayed.
• Select the OK icon (B9) and then press the
icons (B7) and (B8) to select the number of cups required (4, 6). “JUG 4 CUPS” or
“JUG 6 CUPS” is displayed.
• Press the OK icon (B9) to confirm.
• Press the ESC icon (B6) to exit the programming menu.
Do not use solvents or abrasive detergents to
clean the coffee maker. A soft damp cloth will suffice.
Never wash any of the components of the coffee
maker in the dishwasher.
The following parts of the machine must be cleaned regularly:
• Waste coffee container (A4).
• Drip tray (A14).
• Water tank (A12).
• Coffee spouts (A13)
• Pre-ground coffee funnel (A21).
• Inside of the machine, accessible after opening the service door (A2).
• Brewing unit (A5).
• Coffee jug.
Cleaning the coffee maker
Cleaning the waste coffee
container
When "EMPTY WASTE COFFEE CONTAINER" is
displayed, the waste coffee container must be
emptied and cleaned. To clean:
• open the service door on the front of the appliance (fig. 16), extract the drip tray (fig. 17)
and clean.
• Clean the waste coffee container thoroughly.
Important! When extracting the drip tray,
the waste coffee container must always be emptied.
Cleaning the drip tray
Important! If the drip tray is not emptied
the water might overflow. This could damage the
machine. The drip tray is fitted with a level indicator (red) showing the level of water it contains
(fig. 28). Before the indicator protrudes from the
cup tray, the drip tray must be emptied and cleaned. To remove the tray:
1. Open the service door (fig. 16).
2. Remove the drip tray and the waste coffee
container (fig. 17).
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3. Clean the drip tray and waste coffee container
(A4).
4. Replace the drip tray and waste coffee container (A4).
5. Close the service door.
Important! The brewing unit (A5) must
not be removed when the appliance is on. Do not
use force to remove the brewing unit.
1. Make sure the machine is correctly turned off
(see "Turning the appliance off").
2. Open the service door (fig. 16).
3. Remove the drip tray and waste coffee container (fig. 17);
4. Press the two red release buttons inwards
and at the same time pull the brewing unit
outwards (fig. 32).
Cleaning the water tank
1. Clean the water tank (A12) regularly (about
once a month) with a damp cloth and a little
mild washing up liquid.
2. Remove all traces of washing up liquid.
Cleaning the spouts
1. Clean the nozzles periodically using a sponge
(fig. 29).
2. Check regularly that the holes in the coffee
spout are not blocked.
If necessary, remove coffee deposits with a
toothpick (fig. 27).
Important! Do not use washing up liquid
to clean the brewing unit. It would remove the lubricant applied to the inside of the piston.
5. Soak the brewing unit in water for about 5
minutes, then rinse.
6. After cleaning, replace the brewing unit (A5)
by sliding it onto the internal support and pin
at the bottom, then push the PUSH symbol
fully in until it clicks into place.
Cleaning the pre-ground coffee
funnel
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Check regularly (about once a month) that
the pre-ground coffee funnel is not blocked
(fig. 21).
Support
Danger! Before performing any cleaning
operations, the machine must be turned off by
pressing the main switch (A23) and unplugged
from the mains power supply. Never immerse the
coffee maker in water.
Cleaning the inside of the coffee
maker
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1. Check regularly (about once a week) that the
inside of the appliance is not dirty.
If necessary, remove coffee deposits with a
sponge.
2. Remove the residues with a vacuum cleaner
(fig. 31).
N.B.! If the brewing unit is difficult to insert, you must first adapt it to the right dimensions by pressing it forcefully from the bottom
and top as shown in the figure.
Cleaning the brewing unit
The brewing unit must be cleaned at least once a
month.
7. Once inserted, make sure the two red buttons
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have snapped out.
dues left inside the holes and the groove on
the fine end of the frothed milk regulator.
5. Check that the intake tube and spout are not
clogged with milk residues.
6. Replace the frothed milk regulator, milk spout
and intake tube.
7. Replace the milk container lid.
Cleaning the coffee jug
8. Replace the drip tray and waste coffee container.
9. Close the service door.
Clean the jug with a damp cloth and mild washing
up liquid.
N.B.! To avoid damaging the appearance
of the jug, do not wash in a dishwasher.
Cleaning the milk container
Important! Always clean the tubes inside
the milk container (C) when you prepare milk. If
there is still milk in the container, do not leave it
out of the refrigerator for longer than strictly necessary. Clean the container each time you prepare milk as described in Note 3 in the section
"Making cappuccino". All components can be washed in a dishwasher, placing them in the top basket of the dishwasher.
1. Turn the milk container lid clockwise then remove it.
2. Remove the milk spout and intake tube.
CHANGING AND SETTING
MENU PARAMETERS
When the appliance is ready, you can use the internal menu to modify the following parameters
and functions:
• Choose language
• Rinsing
• Shut-off time
• Set clock
• Start time
• Auto-start
• Temperature
• Water hardness
• Program coffee
• Program cappuccino
• Program jug
• Program water
• Descale
• Reset to default
• Statistics
• Install filter
• Reset filter
• Buzzer
• Contrast
Spout
Milk intake
tube
3. Remove the frothed milk regulator by pulling it
outwards.
4. Wash all the components thoroughly with hot
water and mild
washing-up
liquid.
Make sure there
are no milk resi-
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Frothed milk
regulator
Setting the language
To change the language on the display, proceed
as follows:
• Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu.
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"CHOOSE LANGUAGE" is displayed.
Press the OK icon (B9).
Press the
icons (B7) and (B8) until the
required language is displayed.
Press the OK icon (B9) to confirm.
Press the ESC icon (B6) to exit the menu.
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N.B.! If you choose the wrong language,
you can access the menu directly to modify the parameter.
• Press the
icon button (B2) for at least 7
seconds until the appliance displays the various languages.
• Choose the required language as described
in the section "Using the appliance for the
first time".
and then the
icons (B7) and (B8) until
"SHUT-OFF TIME" is displayed.
Press the OK icon (B9) to confirm.
Press the
icons (B7) and (B8) to set
the time after which the appliance will go off
(after 1/2 hour, 1 hour, 2 hours).
Press the OK icon (B9) to confirm.
Press the ESC icon (B6) to exit.
Setting the clock
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Rinsing
This function enables you to obtain hotter coffee.
Proceed as follows:
• When you turn the appliance on, if you want
to make a small cup of coffee (less than 60
cc), preheat the cup by rinsing it with hot
water.
• If on the other hand more than 2/3 minutes
have passed since the last coffee was made,
before requesting another coffee, you must
preheat the brewing unit by first pressing the
icon (B2) to enter the menu then the
icons (B7) and (B8) to select the "RINSING" function.
Press the OK icon (B9). "RINSING... PLEASE
CONFIRM" is displayed.
Press the OK icon (B9) again.
Deliver the water into the underlying drip tray
or alternatively use this water to fill (and then
empty) the cup to be used for the coffee to
preheat it.
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Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu
and then the
icons (B7) and (B8) until
"SET CLOCK" is displayed.
Press the OK icon (B9).
Use the
icons (B7) and (B8) to set the
hour, then press the OK icon (B9) to confirm.
Use the
icons (B7) and (B8) to set the
minutes, then press the OK icon (B9) to confirm.
Press the ESC icon (B6) to exit the menu.
Setting auto-start time
This function programmes the time the machine
will come on automatically.
• Make sure the clock on the appliance has
been set.
• Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu
and then the
icons (B7) and (B8) until
"START TIME" is displayed.
• Press the OK icon (B9).
• Use the
icons (B7) and (B8) to set the
auto-start time, then press the OK icon (B9)
to confirm.
• Use the
icons (B7) and (B8) to set the
minutes, then press the OK icon (B9) to confirm.
• Press the
icons (B7) and (B8) to activate the auto-start function until "AUTO
START" is displayed.
• Press the OK icon (B9) to confirm.
The
symbol appears on the display.
• Press the ESC icon (B6) to exit the menu.
• To deactivate the automatic start-up function,
press the
(B2) icon, then press the
(B7) and (B8) icons until the appliance displays the message “AUTO ACCENSIONE”
Changing the length of time the
appliance remains on
The appliance is set by default to go off automatically 30 minutes after the last coffee has been
made. To change this interval (max. 120 min),
proceed as follows:
• Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu
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(AUTO START-UP). Press the OK (B9) icon.
"CONFERMARE" (CONFIRM) will appear on
the display. Press "ESC" to deactivate and the
symbol will disappear.
Programming coffee
For instructions on programming coffee, see the
"CHANGING THE QUANTITY OF COFFEE IN THE
CUP" section.
Changing coffee temperature
Programming cappuccino
To change coffee temperature, proceed as follows:
• Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu
and then the
icons (B7) and (B8) until
"TEMPERATURE" is displayed.
• Press the OK icon (B9).
• Press the
icons (B7) and (B8) to select the required coffee temperature from
low, medium and high.
• Press the OK button (B9) to confirm the temperature selected.
• Press the ESC icon (B6) to exit the menu.
For instructions on programming cappuccino,
see the "CHANGING THE QUANTITY OF MILK
AND COFFEE FOR CAPPUCCINO" section.
Setting water hardness
Descaling
Programming the jug
For instructions on programming the jug, see the
section " CHANGING JUG FUNCTION PARAMETERS".
Programming water
For instructions, see the "CHANGING THE QUANTITY OF HOT WATER" section.
The operating period can be extended if required,
making descaling less frequent by programming
the machine on the basis of the real lime content
in the water used.
Proceed as follows:
• Remove the "Total Hardness Test" strip (attached to page 2) from its packaging then dip
it fully in the water for a few seconds,
Then remove and wait about 30 seconds
(until it changes colour and forms red squares).
• Turn the appliance on by pressing the OnOff/stand-by button (A7).
• Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu
and then the
icons (B7) and (B8) until
"WATER HARDNESS" is displayed.
• Press the OK icon (B9).
• Press the
icons (B7) and (B8) until
the number coincides with the number of red
squares on the test strip (for example, if there
are 3 red squares on the test strip, select the
message "WATER HARDNESS 3" .
• Press the OK icon (B9) to confirm.
The coffee maker is now programmed to provide the descale warning when actually necessary.
Important! Descaler contains acids. Respect the safety warnings provided by the manufacturer and given on the descaler pack.
N.B.! Use the descaler recommended by
the manufacturer only. Use of other descalers invalidates the guarantee. Failure to descale the appliance as described also invalidates the
guarantee.
Important! Before descaling, make sure
the water softener filter has been removed.
When "PLEASE DESCALE !" is displayed, the machine requires descaling.
Proceed as follows:
• Make sure the machine is ready;
• Attach the hot water spout (C7) to the nozzle
(A10).
• Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu
and then the
icons (B7) and (B8) until
"DESCALE" is displayed.
• Press the OK icon (B9) and the appliance displays "DESCALE PLEASE CONFIRM".
• Press the OK icon (B9). The message "ADD
DESCALER PLEASE CONFIRM" is displayed.
• Empty the tank of water, pour the contents of
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the descaler bottle into the tank respecting
the instructions given on the descaler pack,
then add water up to the MAX level marked
on the water tank.
Position a container with a capacity of about
2 litres under the hot water spout.
Press the OK icon (B9). Descaler flows out
of the hot water spout into the container
below.
The appliance displays: "DESCALING".
The descale programme automatically performs a series of deliveries and pauses.
After about 30 minutes "DESCALE COMPLETE PLEASE CONFIRM" is displayed.
Press the OK icon (B9). "RINSING PLEASE
CONFIRM" is displayed.
Empty the water tank, rinse to eliminate descaler residues, then fill with clean water.
Replace the tank full of clean water. "RINSING
PLEASE CONFIRM" is displayed again.
Press the OK icon (B9) again. Hot water
flows out of the spout into the container
below and "RINSING" is displayed.
Wait until "RINSING COMPLETE PLEASE
CONFIRM" is displayed.
Press the OK icon (B9). "DESCALE COMPLETE" is displayed, then "FILL TANK". Fill the
tank again with clean water.
The descale programme is now terminated
and the appliance is ready to make coffee
again.
NOTE: If descaling is interrupted before completion, the process must be begun again
from the beginning.
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Press the OK icon (B9) to reset the default
values.
Statistics
This displays statistics relating to the machine.
To display, proceed as follows:
• Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu
and then the
icons (B7) and (B8) until
"STATISTICS" is displayed.
• Press the OK icon (B9).
• Press the
icons (B7) and (B8) to verify:
- How many coffees and cappuccinos have
been made.
- How many times the machine has been descaled.
- The total number of litres of water delivered.
• Press the ESC icon (B6) once to exit the function or twice to exit the menu.
Buzzer
This activates or deactivates the buzzer emitted
by the machine each time an icon is pressed or
an accessory is inserted/removed.
N.B.! The buzzer is active by default.
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Important! FAILURE TO DESCALE THE
APPLIANCE REGULARLY INVALIDATES THE
GUARANTEE.
Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu
and then the
icons (B7) and (B8) until
"BUZZER" is displayed.
Press the OK icon (B9). "BUZZER PLEASE
CONFIRM" is displayed.
Press the ESC icon (B6) to disable or the OK
icon (B9) to enable the buzzer.
Press the ESC icon (B6) to exit the menu.
Adjusting contrast
To increase or reduce the contrast of the display,
proceed as follows:
• Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu
and then the
icons (B7) and (B8) until
"CONTRAST" is displayed.
• Press the OK icon (B9).
• Press the
icons (B7) and (B8) until
the required display contrast is reached. The
progressive bar indicates the level of contrast
selected.
• Press the OK icon (B9) to confirm.
Resetting default values (reset)
If you change the original values, the default values can be reset as follows:
• Press the
icon (B2) to enter the menu
and then the
icons (B7) and (B8) until
"RESET TO DEFAULT" is displayed.
• Press the OK icon (B9) and the appliance displays "RESET TO DEFAULT PLEASE CONFIRM".
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Press the ESC icon (B6) once to exit the function or twice to exit the menu.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
(UK ONLY)
Water filter
A) If your appliance comes fitted with a plug, it will
incorporate a 13 Amp fuse. If it does not fit your
socket, the plug should be cut off from the mains
lead, and an appropriate plug fitted, as below.
WARNING: Very carefully dispose of the cut
off plug after removing the fuse: do not insert in a 13 Amp socket elsewhere in the
house as this could cause a shock hazard.
With alternative plugs not incorporating a
fuse, the circuit must be protected by a 15
Amp fuse. If the plug is a moulded-on type,
the fuse cover must be re-fitted when changing the fuse using a 13 Amp Asta approved
fuse to BS 1362. In the event of losing the
fuse cover, the plug must NOT be used until a
replacement fuse cover can be obtained from
your nearest electrical dealer. The colour of
the correct replacement fuse cover is that as
marked on the base of the plug.
B) If your appliance is not fitted with a plug,
please follow the instructins provided below:
WARNING - THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
IMPORTANT
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Green and yellow: Earth
Blue:
Neutral
Brown:
Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead may
not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The green and yellow wire must be connected to
the terminal in the plug marked with the letter E
or the earth symbol
or coloured green or
green and yellow.
The blue wire must be connected to the terminal
marked with the letter N or coloured black.
The brown wire must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter L or coloured red.
For instructions on the water softener filter, see the
section "INSTALLING THE FILTER".
TURNING THE APPLIANCE
OFF
Each time the appliance is turned off, it performs
an automatic rinse cycle which cannot be interrupted.
Danger of burns! During rinsing, a little
hot water flows from the coffee spouts.
Avoid contact with splashes of water.
To turn the appliance off, press the On-Off/standby button (A7).
The appliance performs the rinse cycle then goes
off.
N.B.! If the appliance is not used for an
extended period, place the main switch (A23) on
the back of the appliance in the 0 position.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Voltage: 220-240 V~ 50/60 Hz max. 10A
Absorbed power: 1350 W
Pressure: 15 bars
Water tank capacity: 1.8 litres
Size LxHxD: 594x 378/460x398 mm
Weight: 26 kg
E
L
N
The appliance complies with the following EC directives:
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Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC and subsequent amendments;
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC and subsequent
amendments
Materials and accessories coming into contact
with food conform to European regulation (EC)
no. 1935/2004.
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DISPLAYED MESSAGES
DISPLAYED MESSAGE
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
FILL TANK
•
The water tank is empty or
positioned incorrectly.
•
Fill the tank with water
and/or insert it correctly,
pushing it as far as it will
go.
GROUND TOO FINE ADJUST
MILL AND
(alternating with)
PRESS OK
•
The grinding is too fine
and the coffee is delivered
too slowly.
The machine cannot make
coffee as there is air in the
hydraulic circuit
Possible cause: the filter
has not been installed correctly.
•
Turn the grinding adjustment knob one click
clockwise towards "7".
Make sure the filter (A9) is
propertly installed and
that the installation has
been carried out correctly.
GROUND TOO FINE ADJUST
MILL AND
(alternating with)
PRESS OK
(then)
FILL TANK!
•
The tank has been removed during delivery.
There is air in the hydraulic circuit.
•
Insert the tank and press
the OK icon (B9). "HOT
WATER PRESS OK" is displayed.
EMPTY WASTE COFFEE
CONTAINER
•
The waste coffee container (A4) is too full or
more than 3 days have
passed since you last
made coffee (this guarantees correct hygiene of the
machine).
•
Empty the waste coffee
container and clean, then
replace.
Important: when removing the drip tray, the
waste coffee container
MUST be emptied, even if
it is not completely full.
If this is not done, when
you make the next coffees, the waste coffee
container may fill up more
than expected and clog
the machine.
INSERT WASTE COFFEE
CONTAINER
•
After cleaning, the waste
coffee container has not
been replaced.
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•
Open the service door and
insert the waste coffee
container.
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DISPLAYED MESSAGE
ADD PRE-GROUND COFFEE
POSSIBLE CAUSE
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•
REMEDY
The "pre-ground coffee"
function has been selected without placing any
pre-ground coffee in the
funnel.
The funnel (A21) is blocked.
•
Extract the appliance and
place pre-ground coffee in
the funnel.
•
Empty the funnel with the
help of a knife as described in the section "Cleaning the pre-ground
coffee funnel".
PLEASE DESCALE!
(alternating with)
MEDIUM CUP NORMAL
TASTE
•
The machine must be descaled.
•
The descaling procedure
described in the "Descaling" section needs to be
performed as soon as
possible.
LESS COFFEE
•
Too much coffee has been
used.
•
Select a milder taste or reduce the quantity of preground coffee, then make
the coffee again.
FILL BEAN CONTAINER
•
The coffee beans have run
out.
•
Fill bean container
INSERT BREWING UNIT
•
The brewing unit has not
been replaced after cleaning.
•
Insert the brewing unit as
described in the section
"Cleaning the brewing
unit".
CLOSE DOOR
•
The service door is open
•
Close the service door.
GENERAL ALARM!
•
The inside of the appliance is very dirty.
•
Clean the inside of the appliance thoroughly, as described in the section
"Cleaning and maintenance". If the message is
still displayed after cleaning, contact a customer
services.
REPLACE FILTER!
•
The water softener filter
(A9) must be replaced.
•
You must immediately replace the filter following
the instructions in the
section "Replacing the filter".
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Below is a list of some of the possible malfunctions.
If the problem cannot be resolved as described, contact Customer Services.
PROBLEM
The coffee is not hot
The coffee is not creamy
enough
The coffee is delivered too
slowly or a drop at a time.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
•
The cups were not preheated.
•
Warm the cups by rinsing
them with hot water.
•
The brewing unit has cooled down because 2/3 minutes have elapsed since
the last coffee was made.
•
Before making coffee,
preheat the brewing unit
by selecting the RINSING
function in the menu.
•
The temperature set is too
low.
•
Change the set temperature (see paragraph
"Changing coffee temperature").
•
The coffee is ground too
coarsely.
•
Turn the grinding adjustment knob one click anticlockwise towards "1"
while the coffee mill is in
operation (fig. 14).
•
Wrong type of coffee
•
Use a type of coffee for
espresso coffee makers.
•
The coffee is ground too
finely.
•
Turn the grinding adjustment knob one click
clockwise towards "7"
while the coffee mill is in
operation (fig. 14).
Continue one click at a
time until coffee delivery
is satisfactory.
The effect is only visible
after delivering two coffees.
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PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
The coffee is delivered too
quickly.
•
The coffee is ground too
coarsely.
•
Turn the grinding adjustment knob one click anticlockwise towards "1"
while the coffee mill is in
operation (fig. 14).
Avoid turning the grinding
adjustment knob excessively otherwise when you
select 2 cups, the coffee
may be delivered a drop at
a time.
The effect is only visible
after delivering two coffees.
Coffee does not come out of
one of the spouts.
•
The spouts are blocked
•
Clean the spouts with a
toothpick (fig. 27).
The coffee does not come
out of the spouts, but from
around the service door (A2).
•
The holes in the spouts
are clogged with dry coffee dust.
•
•
The coffee guide (A3) inside the service door is
blocked and cannot
swing.
•
If necessary, remove coffee deposits with a toothpick, sponge or stiff
bristled kitchen brush (fig.
27-29).
Thoroughly clean the coffee guide (A3), particularly near the hinges.
•
The pre-ground coffee
may be blocked in the funnel (A21).
•
Water comes out of the
spouts instead of coffee
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Clean the funnel (A21)
with a wooden or plastic
fork, clean the inside of
the machine.
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PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Water comes out of the
spouts instead of coffee.
•
The pre-ground coffee
may be blocked in the funnel (A21).
•
Clean the funnel (A21)
with a wooden or plastic
fork, clean the inside of
the appliance.
The milk does not come out of
the milk spout (C5).
•
The intake tube is not inserted or is inserted incorrectly.
•
Insert the intake tube (C4)
in the rubber washer in
the milk container lid (fig.
24).
The milk is not well frothed.
•
The milk container lid is
dirty.
•
•
The frothed milk regulator
is not positioned correctly.
•
Clean the milk container
lid as described in the
section "Cleaning the milk
container".
Adjust following the instructions in the section
"Making cappuccino".
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The milk is not cold
enough or is not semiskimmed.
•
•
The frothed milk regulator
is incorrectly adjusted.
•
•
The milk container lid is
dirty.
•
The milk contains bubbles or
squirts out of the milk spout.
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You should ideally use
skimmed or semi-skimmed milk at refrigerator
temperature (about 5°C).
If the result is still disappointing, try another
brand of milk.
Move the frothed milk regulator slightly towards
the word "CAFFELATTE"
(see section "Making cappuccino").
Clean the milk container
lid as described in the
section "Cleaning the milk
container".
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