Aeg-Electrolux | PE8038-A/UK | User manual | Aeg-Electrolux PE8038-A/UK User Manual

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CONTENTS
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Describing the espresso machine
Description of the control panel: touch keys
Safety instructions
Instructions for the first use of the machine
Accessories
Drawer (optional)
Coffee
Hot water
Steam
Programming the quantity of ground coffee
Programming the quantity of coffee poured in the cup
Programming the quantity of hot water
Recipes
Cleaning
Installation
What to do if …
Technical specifications
After-sales Service, spare parts and guarantee
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1. DESCRIPTION OF THE ESPRESSO MACHINE
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Locking nut of filter holder
Steam/water pipe
Coffee pressing tool
Grinder button
Coffee measuring device
Adjusting knob for grinding
Container of coffee beans
Water reservoir
Drip tray
Brita filter
Measuring spoon for ground coffee
Two-cup nozzle with adjusting screw
Filter holder
One-cup nozzle
Grille for espresso
Two-cup filter
One-cup filter
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2. DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROL PANEL:
TOUCH KEYS
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Water temperature indicator
ON/stand-by indicator
Coffee indicator
Water indicator
Steam indicator
Spotlight indicator
LEDs of coffee measures (strong coffee, weak coffee, 2 cups of strong
coffee, 2 cups of weak coffee)
No-water indicator
Steam knob
ON-OFF/stand-by button
Coffee button
Hot water button
Steam button
Spotlight key
Knob for selecting coffee measure
TOUCH KEYS: Instructions of use
Touch controls are the exclusive characteristic of this model. In fact pressing lightly
on the respective symbol will enable the corresponding function of the machine.
However these touch keys must be pressed, although lightly, just in the case of a
common pushbutton, to prevent functions from being enabled accidentally.
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3. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Using this machine is very easy. However, please read this instruction
manual carefully and thoroughly before installing and operating this
machine for the first time, so that any wrong operation can be avoided,
the best and safest performance can be ensured, and environment will be
protected.
DURING THE OPERATION
CAUTION:
The filtering unit will always be kept very hot to obtain an excellent
coffee. Therefore please use this machine with extreme care to avoid
being scalded.
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This machine must be used only by grown-up people. Make sure that
children cannot touch its controls nor play with the machine.
− Modifying or merely trying to modify the characteristics of this product is very
dangerous.
− Always keep this machine clean.
− The external parts of this machine become very hot while it is
operating and they will not cool down immediately after the machine
is switched off. Keep children out of reach until the machine has
cooled down completely.
− Before cleaning or servicing the machjine, make sure that it is
disconnected from the power supply.
− In case of malfunction, never try to repair the machine by yourselves.
Repairs made by unskillful people can provoke damages and accidents. Consult
this manual: if the necessary information cannot be found, please contact the
nearest After-Sales Service. This machine will be serviced eaxclusively by
an authorized After-Sales Service Centre. Always require the use of genuine
spare parts.
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FOR INSTALLATION AND SERVICING
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This machine must be installed and connected to the mains by a
SKILLFUL ENGINEER. Make sure that the machine is DISCONNECTED
from the power supply before any servicing operation.
After unpacking the machine make sure that the product has not suffered any
damage and that the power cord is in perfect conditions. Otherwise, before
switching the machine on contact your retailer immediately.
The Manufacturer declines all responsibility if the safety rules are not
complied with.
SOME HINTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
PACKAGE
− All the packing materials are environmentally friendly and they can be recycled.
Please help in preserving the environment, by using the proper channels of
separate collection of rubbish.
OUT-OF-USE EQUIPMENT
− Cast-off or unusable apparatuses are not valueless waste. A proper ecological
disposal can recover several materials used in producing this machine.
− Ask a specialized retailer or the proper offices of municipal administration for
the present possibilities of disposal.
− Before discarding the machine, cut off its power cord so that it cannot
be used any longer.
Keep this instruction manual together with the machine for any future
reference. If the machine is sold or transferred to another person, make
sure that this instruction manual is given to the new user, so that he/she
can become familiar with the machine’s functions and with the
recommendations given.
CE This machine complies with the directive BT 73/23
Electrical safety rules EN 60335-1 (August 1995 - Safety for electrical
household and similar appliances – General Standard) and EN 60335-2-15
(April 1996 – Specific Rules concerning the equipment for heating liquids).
Directive EMC 89/336 in conformity with the following standards:
55014-1; 55014-2; 61000-3-2; 61000-3-3
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4. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE FIRST USE OF THE MACHINE
FILLING UP THE WATER RESERVOIR
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Press the unlocking levers
available under the drip tray
and pull the machine as it is
shown in the figure.
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Extract the espresso machine
out of the cabinet sliding on
the special slides.
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Hardness of water:
− Before filling up the water reservoir,
make sure that the decalcifying Brita filter
has been soaked in cold water for at least
30 min. (however follow the instructions
printed on the filter package). After this
operation insert the filter into its proper
seat inside the reservoir as it is shown in
the figure.
− If the machine will not be used for long
periods, change the water in the
reservoir and drain the boiler: the
machine has to dispense about half a litre
of water (refer to the chapter”Hot
water”).
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Brita filters are available at any retailer of
electrical household appliances, at our AfterSales Service Centres or at the Shops of
Authorized Spare Parts.
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Extract the reservoir as it is shown in the
figure; then fill it with spring water
(approximately 2.5 litres).
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Insert the reservoir again in its own
housing caring to match the two clutches
of the bottom.
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Insert the machine into the cabinet pushing
slightly until “CLIK!” can be heard: this is the
signal that the machine has been locked.
FILLING UP THE CONTAINER OF COFFEE BEANS
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Press the unlocking levers
available under the drip tray and
pull the machine as it is shown
in the figure.
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Extract the espresso machine out
of the cabinet sliding on the
special slides.
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Pour approximately 200 g of
coffee beans into the container
availabe on the right side of
the machine
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Insert the machine into the
cabinet pushing slightly until
“CLIK!” can be heard: this is the
signal that the machine has been
locked.
SIGNALLING WATER MISSING IN RESERVOIR
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This machine is equipped with a sensor detecting the presence of water in the
reservoir. If there is no water, the machine will signal it with the proper
indicator, then it cannot operate until the reservoir is filled up again.
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PRELIMINARY STARTING: FIRST USE
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After filling up the water reservoir, open the steam/water cock as it is
shown in the figure.
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Switch the espresso machine on by keeping the on-off/stand-by button
pressed until the red LED stops flashing and is kept on. This indicator will
signal the operating condition of the machine (flashing: STAND-BY; lit ON;
out OFF).
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At the same time the red indicator of heating will be on; this LED indicates
the heating phase of the water inside the boiler. Now pressing the key as it
is shown in the figure will enable the machine to dispense some hot water,
then wait until the air inside the boiler has completely exhausted through
the steam/water nozzle.
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After the water has flowed out (if necessary, repeat the draining operation
several times), close the knob again.
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As soon as the heating LED goes out, the machine has reached the right
temperature and it is ready to make coffee. Only the on-off indicator is kept on.
RESETTING STANDARD VALUES
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This espresso machine is calibrated in factory to make the optimum Italian
espresso, as approved by the coffee University of Naples and complying with
ILLY standards. On the contrary, the values set for weak coffee comply with
German standards.
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If these standard values have to be reset, merely switch the machine on by
pressing both the on/off and hot-water buttons at the same time.
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A faint flashing of all the LEDs will signal that the factory values have been
reset.
N.B.: The standard values only concern the quantity of water required for
each cup of coffee. Then the measures of ground coffee will not vary.
CAUTION –
ADJUSTING THE GROUND COFFEE
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This machine is calibrated in factory for an ideal level of coffee
grinding. The success of a good espresso depends on this grinding level very
much. A too “coarse” grinding will lead to a coffee flowing too fast, with no
cream nor body. On the contrary a too fine grinding will lead to a very strong
coffee flowing “by drops” with a “burnt” taste. Remember that the time
required for an espresso will range from 15 to 25 seconds.
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Press the unlocking levers
available under the drip tray and
pull the machine as it is shown in
the figure.
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Extract the espresso machine out
of the cabinet sliding on the
special slides.
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Turning the proper adjusting
knob (A-10) will modify the
grounding level. Turning the
knob in clockwise direction will
lead to a fine grinding for a
stronger coffee. Turning the knob
anti-clockwise will lead to a
coarse grinding for a weaker
coffee. The set grinding level can
be read on the lid of the coffee
case: bigger circles mean
“coarse” grinding level (fastflowing weak coffee), whereas
smaller circles
grinding
level
strong coffee).
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mean “fine”
(slow-flowing
Insert the machine into the
cabinet pushing slightly until
“CLIK!” can be heard: this is the
signal that the machine has been
locked.
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STAND-BY MODE
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Once powered and inserted into the cabinet, the machine is in stand-by mode:
this will be signaled by the on/off LED blinking.
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Keep the on/off button pressed as it is shown in the figure.
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As soon as the machine is ready to operate, the LED will be kept on as it is
shown in the figure. Repeat the operation to enable the STAND-BY mode again.
5. ACCESSORIES
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This espresso machine is equipped with a filter holder that can receive two
filters, that is:
for one cup
for two cups.
When using a paper pod, put it in the filter for one cup.
There is also a measuring spoon that can determine the right quantity of ground
coffee exactly (approximately 7.2 g).
This machine is also equipped with two nozzles: a nozzle is used to deliver one
cup of coffee, whereas the other nozzle can serve two cups of coffee and it is
provided with adjusting screw; these nozzles will alternately be screwed onto
the filter holder according to the needs.
6. DRAWER (OPTIONAL)
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This machine can also be provided with an optional well-equipped drawer mod.
PES 8036-m, with front panel of stainless steel. This drawer has a lot of useful
compartments:
a large compartment for cups and saucers
a basin for coffee grounds
a compartment for all accessories (filters, measuring spoon)
a tray
7. COFFEE
USING COFFEE BEANS
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Turn the knob (B-19) to the desired coffee measure.
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Turning in clockwise direction will select the measure immediately on the right
of that chosen before; on the contrary turning anticlockwise will select the
measure immediately on the left.
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Insert the filter holder under the
coffee
measuring
device
by
pressing the proper button slightly:
thus the right quantity of ground
coffee will automatically fall into the
filter.
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When the filter has been filled with
the desired quantity, press the
ground coffee with the pressing
tool
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Insert the filter holder into the
locking nut correctly.
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Lock the filter holder perfectly
turning its handle from left to
right.
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When preparing an espresso, use
the proper grille inserting its feet
into the four special holes
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Lay the grille firmly checking its
stability. Position the cup/s under
the nozzle and make sure that the
red LED of water temperature is
out, or wait until it goes out.
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Press the coffee button and the quantity of coffee in the cup will be that
selected and recorded before. Remove the filter holder from the nut and
eliminate the ground coffee already used.
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When the two-cup nozzle is used,
the two cups od coffee are not
always filled at the same level.
This problem can be solved thanks
to the adjusting screw shown in
the figure: turning it in closkwise
direction the nozzle will pour more
coffee into the cup at the right, on
the contrary, turning it in
anticlockwise direction the nozzle
will pour more coffee into the cup
at the left.
USING COFFEE PODS (E.S.E. SYSTEM)
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E.S.E. is the acronym of Easy Serving Espresso and E.S.E. system is the
international standard for brewing
coffee using a coffee pod (i.e.: a
throwaway portion of roasted
coffee) on a suitable espresso
machine. First of all E.S.E. system
is easy, practical and ecological
because it does not need any
special servicing besides being
environmentally friendly. Moreover
it is also very clean thanks to its
special package preventing coffee from coming out and it can be eliminated
easily after use.
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This machine is also prearranged to operate with paper pods, that is throwaway
portions of roasted coffee (for only one cup of coffee).
Carry out the same operations like in the case of ground coffee; after coffee has
been poured into the cup, remove the filter holder from the locking nut and
eliminate the used pod.
HOW TO PREPARE AN EXCELLENT ESPRESSO
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A clean machine and the right temperature are the most important elements for
preparing a good espresso.
Make sure that filter, filter-holder and locking nut are always clean.
Unless the machine is not used for very long periods, it should be kept on with
the filter-holder inserted into the locking nut to keep it warm.
Warm the cups with some hot water by pressing the coffee button. Thus the
water remained in the boiler will be drained and the filter holder will be heated.
After making the last cup of coffee, clean the filter holder by pressing the coffee
button with no coffee; thus any remains of ground coffee that can alter the
taste of the next coffee, will be eliminated.
The brewing time for an excellent espresso should be about 15 - 25 seconds.
Elements affecting this brewing time are the grinding level of the coffee, the
quantity of ground coffee and how much the coffee has been pressed. The
machine is calibrated to serve a good-quality coffee. If necessary, the grinding
level, as well as the quanity of ground coffee can be modified (refer to Chapter
4. Instructions for the first use of the machine).
Useful advice: coffee is a hygroscopic element, that is its quality and
characteristics strictly depend on weather (humidity). Remember that coffee
should be ground coarser if the content of humidity in the air is very high,
otherwise it will become thick and come out with difficulty; on the contrary, the
coffee should be ground finer in dry climates.
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8. HOT WATER
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The steam/water pipe is of foldaway
type: extract by rotating as it is shown
in the figure..
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Place a container under the steam/water nozzle; then turn the steam/water
knob in anticlockwise direction.
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Press the button of hot water and the nozzle will spray the quantity of water
stored before; if necessary, press the button of water again to stop its spraying.
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Close the steam/water knob again.
9. STEAM
HEATING LIQUIDS
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Press the steam button once. Both the LEDs of steam and water temperature
will be ON. Wait until both these LEDs go out. Pressing the steam button again
will stop generating steam.
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Pressing the steam button again will check whether steam has been generated:
if the LED of water temperature is kept out, steam is ready to be sprayed.
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Place a pot with the liquid to be heated under the steam nozzle and turn the
steam knob in anticlockwise direction.
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Wait until the liquid warms up and then close the steam knob.
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Attention: when preparing milk for cappuccino, shake the milk
jug a little to improve the result.
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Caution: never make coffee when steam is ready; if this is the
case, first of all reset the water level in the boiler as it will be
explained at the next paragraph.
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Attention: after every steam jet press the hot water button (thus
resetting the water level in the boiler).
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10. PROGRAMMING THE QUANTITY OF GROUND COFFEE
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This espresso machine has already been calibrated in factory to
dispense the ideal measure of ground coffee for one cup of espresso.
However this quantity of ground coffee can be increased or reduced, then the
selected measure is stored. The programmable measure of ground coffee only
refers to one cup of coffee. Grinding time for selecting a measure of double
coffee is set automatically after the measure for a single coffee has been stored.
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Position the measuring spoon under
the proper funnel and press the
grinder button without releasing as
it is shown in the figure. Thus the
programming mode will be enabled
after approximately 10 seconds and
the grinder will start operating.
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As soon as the measuring spoon is
full to the brim, release the button
and this quantity will automatically
be stored.
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11. PROGRAMMING THE QUANTITY OF COFFEE POURED IN
THE CUP
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The quantity of coffee being poured can be adjusted as desired. Turn the coffee
measuring knob onto the LED of the required “coffee measure” and grind a
measure of coffee in the filter holder. Insert the filter holder in the locking nut,
then put one or two cups under the filter holder according to the selected
programme.
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Keep the coffee button pressed for approximately 5 seconds to enter the
programming mode.
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Release the button when the coffee starts flowing out (during this operation the
LED of “coffee measure” will blink).
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Once obtained the desired quantity of coffee press the button again and this
coffee measure will be stored automatically.
12. PROGRAMMING THE QUANTITY OF HOT WATER
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Place a pot under the steam/water nozzle and turn the steam/water knob
anticlockwise.
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Keep the water button pressed for approximately 5 seconds to enter the
programming mode (during this phase the water LED will blink).
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Release the button when the water starts flowing out; then, once obtained the
desired quantity of water press the button again and this measure will be stored
automatically.
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Then close the steam/water knob again.
13. RECIPES
ITALIAN CAPPUCCINO
This is a normal espresso with steam-heated milk giving the coffee a milder flavour
and a rich, delicious frothy topping. Serve in a large cup.
Pour some cold milk into a deep jug and heat with the steam jet, pour only the froth
onto the espresso tilting and rocking the jug slightly or scoop off the froth with a
spoon.
Some cocoa powder can also be dusted on the milk froth.
VIENNESE CAPPUCCINO
This variation is the result of the age-old Austrian tradition.
Prepare a 'weak' espresso on the machine for 30-35 seconds, then add hot milk
topped by whipped cream. Serve in a medium-sized cup (midway between an
espresso cup and a cappuccino cup).
Decorate with flakes of chocolate.
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COLD ESPRESSO SHAKE
Frothy and extremely refreshing, this drink is delicious on hot days.
Prepare an espresso, add sugar and pour into a shaker with large ice cubes. Shake
for few seconds.
Serve in a tumbler or flûte.
IRISH COFFE
Energy-giving and invigorating drink.
Warm a long glass and mix eight parts of hot coffee with one part whisky and brown
sugar.
Gently pour some freshly whipped cream over the back of a spoon so that it floats
on the coffee: the result is a layer of cool white cream on top of the hot dark coffee.
MEXICAN COFFEE
Intense and exotic.
Mix a portion of double cream, half a teaspoon of cinnamon, a pinch of nutmeg and
sugar in a small cup and beat until this mixture becomes frothy.
Pour a teaspoon of chocolate syrup and the coffee into a medium-sized cup, adding
a further pinch of cinnamon, and blend together.
Top with a teaspoon of vanilla-flavoured cream.
CAPPUCCINO ICE-CREAM
Heat 2 cups of espresso, ¾ cup of cream and ½ cup of sugar in a pan up to the
boiling point.
Let the mixture cool down, then put in the freezer for 4-5 hours.
Move to the refrigerator for half an hour before serving.
Serve two-three balls of this ice-cream in a small bowl and decorate with roasted
coffee beans.
14. CLEANING
OUTER PARTS
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Clean the outer parts of the machine with a soft cloth without using aggressive
detergents. Never use any abrasive sponges nor steel wool to clean the parts of
steel. Dry well with a softh cloth.
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DRIP TRAY
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Remove the drip tray from the machine as it is shown in the figures above.
Make sure that the drip tray is periodically drained to prevent any liquid from
seeping out and dirtying/damaging the underlying furniture. Drip tray and
relevant grille can be washed in a dishwasher.
FILTER – FILTER-HOLDER – LOCKING NUT
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Always keep filters, filter-holder and locking nut clean. In fact any coffee residue
can alter the taste of the next cups of coffee and provoke leaks. Wash filters
and filter holder in dishwasher every month.
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The steam nozzle should be periodically cleaned. Preparing milk for cappuccinos
could dirty the inside of this nozzle. Therefore remove it as it is shown in the
figures above and wash with a sponge in warm water.
Attention: Before cleaning the steam nozzle, always switch the
machine off and wait for at least 20 minutes so that the steam pipe
can cool down. This will avoid the risk of scalding.
WATER RESERVOIR
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If the machine is not used for long periods, change the water in the reservoir
and drain the boiler by pressing the coffee button several times.
Clean the water reservoir periodically to scrape off any scale of limestone.
The water reservoir can be washed in a dishwasher.
When using the decalcifying Brita filter, replace it after approximately 2000 cups
of coffee or at least every six months.
CLEANING CYCLE OF THE BOILER
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This espresso machine is an appliance using water, therefore it is normal that
some scale of limestone can form in its boiler.
Then it is better to carry out the following operations every six months:
Fill up the water reservoir with 1.5 litres of water adding half a glass of vinegar
or citric acid.
Carry out the same operations as preparing some cups of coffee (refer to the
previous Chapter “Coffee”), but without ground coffee nor pods, so that only
water will flow out of the filter holder until the reservoir is completely empty.
Fill the reservoir again with cold water and repeat the above process (without
using coffee as before) to rinse the boiler.
15. INSTALLATION
HOUSING INTO MODULAR FURNITURE
Installing the machine into modular furniture with proper characteristics will ensure a
correct operation of the equipment.
Complying with the safety rules, ensure a proper protection against any contact with
the electric components and with the parts protected only by functional insulation,
by housing the machine correctly into the furniture.
All components that guarantee protection, even a cover panel (for instance, when
the machine is positioned at one of the ends of the modular furniture), should be
firmly fixed so that they cannot be removed without tools.
Install this machine at a certain distance from refrigerators or freezers, because the
heat it sends out can impair their functioning.
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COMPONENTS FOR INSTALLING THE MACHINE
This espresso machine will be installed into cabinets with height of 380 mm and
width ranging from 560 mm to 568 mm. The machine is equipped with the following
components for the installation:
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
1 fixing base
13 self-threading screws 3.9X19
4 screws M4X16
1 cable clamp
2 side slides
2 side-plates of 1 mm
2 side-plates of 2 mm
1 aligning bar
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
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Fix the power cord onto the left
side of the cabinet using one of the
self-threading screws of the
equipment and the proper cable
clamp as it is shown in the figure.
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Unscrew the cable clap available
on the machine.
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Fix the power cord onto the
machine as it is shown in the
figure.
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Connect the power cord as it is
shown in the figure. This
machine is prearranged to be
powered
with
single-phase
voltage of 230 V (O/1/G). The
power supply requires only
outlets of 10 A protected by
differential
magnetothermal
switch (230 V; 10 A; Id = 0.003
A) with distance of at least 3 mm
between contacts.
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INSTALLING THE MACHINE WITHOUT DRAWER
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Lay the fixing base of the machine
equipment on the shelf of the
cabinet.
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Insert the side plates for
compensating for any space. The
width of the compartment housing
the espresso machine depends on
the thickness of the cabinet’s
sides. Four side plates (two being
2 mm thick and two 1 mm thick)
are provided to compensate for
the different possible measures.
They
should
be
used
to
compensate for the internal width
of the compartment, leading to a
width of 562/560 mm.
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Fix the base plate inserting 4 selfthreading screws into the 4 fore
holes of the same plate. Then
assemble the 2 slides with the
remaining 8 self-threading screws.
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Insert the machine by coupling
its slides with the supports
mounted onto the cabinet’s
sides.
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Slide the machine into the
cabinet to the stops until the
safety locks close.
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INSTALLING THE ALIGNING BAR
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When this espresso machine is
assembled in a composition of
electric household appliances, it
could be installed beside a oven 10
mm higher. Align the assembly
fixing the proper bar under the
frontal panel with the four screws
M4x16, as it is shown in the figure.
COMPONENTS FOR INSTALLING THE (OPTIONAL) DRAWER
This drawer will be installed into compartments with height of 80 mm and width
ranging from 560 mm to 568 mm. The espresso machine is equipped with some
components for the installation:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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1 fixing base
12 self-threading screws 3.9X19
2 side slides
2 side plates of 1 mm
2 side plates of 2 mm
INSTALLING MACHINE + DRAWER
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Lay the fixing base of the
drawer onto the proper shelf of
the cabinet.
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Insert the side plates of the
drawer for compensating for any
space. The
width of the
compartment housing the drawer
depends on the thickness of the
cabinet’s sides. Four side plates
(two being 2 mm thick and two 1
mm thick) are provided to
compensate for the different
possible measures. They should
be used to compensate for the
internal width of the compartment,
leading to a width of 562/560 mm.
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Fix the base plate inserting 4 selfthreading screws into the 4 fore holes
of the plate. Then assemble the 2 slides
with the remaining 10 self-threading
screws. All these screws are supplied
together with the drawer.
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Position the fixing base of the
machine laying onto the fixing base of
the drawer.
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Insert the side plates of the
machine’s
equipment
for
compensating for any space. The
width of the compartment housing
the machine depends on the
thickness of the cabinet’s sides.
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Four side plates (two being 2 mm
thick and two 1 mm thick) are
provided together with the
machine, to compensate for the
different possible measures. They
should be used to compensate for
the
internal
width
of
the
compartment, leading to a width of
562/560 mm.
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Fix the base plate of the machine
inserting 4 self-threading screws into
the 4 fore holes of the same plate.
Then assemble the 2 slides with the
remaining 8 self-threading screws.
All these screws are supplied
together with the machine.
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Insert the drawer coupling its slides
with those mounted onto the
cabinet’s sides and slide it into the
cabinet to the stops.
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Insert the machine coupling its slides with
those already mounted onto the cabinet’s
sides and slide it into the cabinet to the
stops until the safety locks close.
16. WHAT TO DO IF...
If this machine does not work, please make sure that the fault is not due to:
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2.
no power
no water in the reservoir.
When the power cord is damaged or the machine needs servicing, please contact the
nearest After-Sales Service Centre.
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17. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
As regards the general dimensions of the machine, please see the fig. D
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Width
594 mm
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Depth
260 mm
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Height
378 mm
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Capacity of water reservoir
2.5 l
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Net weight
17 kg
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Gross weight
19 kg
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Supply voltage
230 V
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Rated power
1150 W
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Power absorbed by the heating element
1000 W
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Power absorbed by the pump
50 W
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Working pressure
12 bar
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Fuse
10 A
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FUSES
F1: Fuse Ø 5 x 20 mm - Vn = 250 V - In=10 A
F2: Fuse Ø 5 x 20 mm – Vn = 250 V – In = 0.5 A
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18. DECLARATION OF GUARANTEE TERMS
SERVICE & SPARE PARTS
If you wish to purchase spare parts or require an engineer, contact your
local AEG Service Force Centre by telephoning:
08705 929 929
Your telephone call will be automatically routed to the Service Centre covering your
post code area.
For the address of you local Service Force Centre or for further information regarding
Service Force, please visit the website as www.serviceforce.co.uk
When you contact the Service Centre they will need the following information:
1. Your name & address, including post code.
2. Your telephone number
3. Clear and concise details of the fault.
4. The model, serial and production number.
This information can be found on the rating plate. The rating plate is on the
inner edge of the door on the right.
5. Date of purchase. Please note that it will be necessary to provide proof of
purchase for any in guarantee service
call.
In-guarantee customers should ensure that the chapter headed "What to do if...“ has
been read, as the en
gineer will make a charge if the fault is not a mechanical or electrical breakdown.
CUSTOMER CARE
For general enquiries concerning your AEG appliance or for further information on
AEG products please contact our Customer Care Department by letter or telephone
at the address below or visit our website at www.aeg.co.uk
Customer Care Department
AEG Domestic Appliances
55-77 High Street,
Slough,
Berkshire,
SL1 1DZ
Tel. 08705 350350 (*)
(*) Calls to this number may be recorded for training purposes.
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GUARANTEE CONDITIONS
AEG offer the following guarantee to the first purchaser of this appliance.
1. The guarantee is valid for 12 months commencing when the appliance is handed
over to the first retail purchaser, which must be verified by purchase invoice or
similar documentation.
The guarantee does not cover commercial use.
2. The guarantee covers all parts or components which fail due to faulty
workmanship or faulty materials. The guarantee does not cover appliances where
defects or poor performance are due to misuse, accidental damage, neglect, faulty
installation, unauthorised modification or attempted repair, commercial use or failure
to observe requirements and recommendations set out in the instruction book. This
guarantee does not cover such parts as light bulbs, removable glassware or plastic.
3. Should guarantee repairs be necessary the purchaser must inform the nearest
AEG Service Force Centre (manufacturer’s service or authorised agent). AEG reserves
the right to stipulate the place of the repair (i.e. the customer’s home, place of
installation or AEG workshop).
4. The guarantee or free replacement includes both labour and material.
5. Repairs carried out under guarantee do not extend the guarantee period for the
appliance.
Parts removed during guarantee repairs become property of AEG.
6. The purchaser’s statutory rights are not affected by this guarantee.
EUROPEAN GUARANTEE
If you should move to another country within Europe then your guarantee moves
with you to your new home subject to the following qualifications:
* The guarantee starts from the date you first purchased your product.
* The guarantee is for the same period and to the same extent for labour and parts
as exist in the new country of use for this brand or range of products.
* This guarantee relates to you and cannot be transferred to another user.
* Your new home is within the European Community (EC) or European Free Trade
Area.
* The product is installed and used in accordance with our instructions and is only
used domestically, i.e. a normal household
* The electrical supply complies with the specification given in the rating label.
* The product is installed taking into account regulations in your new country.
Before you move, please contact your nearest Customer Care centre, listed below, to
give them details of your new home. They will then ensure that the local Service
Organisation is aware of your move and able to look after you and your appliances.
France
Germany
Italy
Sweden
UK
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+33
+49
+39
+46
+44
(0)3 44 62 2929
(0)800 2347378
(0)800 117511
(0)8 672 5360
(0)1753 219899
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