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Morphy Richards 47005 Cafe Rico Pump Espresso Instruction
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Cafe Rico Combi coffee maker
with heated milk frother
Please read and keep these instructions
getting the best from
your new coffee maker
•
Warning : pressure cap on espresso
Unplug your coffee machine. The pressure cap must be
slowly removed before unlocking the filter holder.
Caution must be used when handling hot water, coffee or
steam.
• Safety first
Caution must be used when handling hot water, coffee or steam
• Run water through your machine before first use
It is important to run water through your coffee maker in order to
rinse the machine. You can also run water through to warm your
coffee machine.
• Descale as appropriate for the hardness of the
water in your area
It is important to descale as the performance of your coffee
maker may be impaired by limescale and other impurities in the
water supply.
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Important safety
instructions
• Do not immerse the coffee maker itself in
water and always ensure the electrical
connections are kept dry.
• Do not operate any appliance with a
damaged cord or plug or after the
appliance malfunctions or has been
damaged in any manner. Ring the
helpline number for advice on
examination and repair.
• The use of attachments or tools not
recommended or sold by Morphy
Richards may cause fire, electric shock
or injury.
• Do not use abrasive cleaners on the
outside of the coffee maker, they may
scratch the surface. Clean only with a
soft damp cloth.
• Do not use the coffee maker for anything
other than its intended purpose.
The use of any electrical appliance
requires the following common sense safety
rules.
Primarily there is danger of injury or
death and secondly the danger of damage
to the appliance. These are indicated in the
text by the following two conventions:
WARNING: Danger to the person!
IMPORTANT: Damage to the appliance! In
addition we offer the following safety advice.
Location
• Remove all the packaging and retain for
future reference.
• Ensure the coffee maker is used on a
firm, flat surface.
• Do not use the coffee maker outdoors or
in a bathroom.
• Do not place the coffee maker on a
highly polished wooden surface as
damage may occur to the surface.
• Do not place the coffee maker on or near
hot surfaces such as a hot plate or
radiant rings or near a naked flame.
• WARNING: Do not place the coffee
maker onto a metal tray or metal
surface whilst in use.
Product safety
• Never use warm or hot water to fill the
reservoir or water tank.
• Do not overfill the water tank.
• Scalding may occur if the pressure
cap is removed during the brewing
cycles, therefore never open or
remove the pressure cap whilst the
machine is switched on. Unplug your
coffee maker and allow to cool. The
pressure cap must be removed slowly
before unlocking the filter holder.
• The glass jugs and the espresso filter
holder get hot while the machine is in
use. Always use with care.
• Make sure the mains lead does not
touch the hot parts of the machine.
• Do not wind the mains lead around the
hot appliance or store the appliance until
it has fully cooled down.
• Do not remove the espresso filter holder
when the appliance is producing hot
water or coffee. Turn the machine off and
release the steam first by slowly
removing the pressure cap.
Children
• Children do not understand the dangers
associated with operating electrical
appliances. Never allow children to use
this appliance.
Other safety considerations
• Disconnect the coffee maker from the
mains supply when filling, cleaning or
not in use.
• When unplugging, turn any control to
‘off’, then remove plug from the wall
outlet.
• Keep the outside of the coffee maker
area clean and dry at all times.
• Do not touch hot surfaces. Always use
handles or knobs.
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Electrical requirements
Treating scalds
• Run cold water over the affected area
immediately. Do not stop to remove
clothing, get medical help quickly.
Check that the voltage on the rating plate
of your appliance corresponds with your
house electricity supply which must be A.C.
(Alternating current).
For appliances with fitted plug.
If the socket outlets in your home are not
suitable for the plug supplied with this
appliance the plug should be removed and
the appropriate one fitted.
IMPORTANT : THE PLUG REMOVED
FROM THE MAINS LEAD, IF SEVERED,
MUST BE DESTROYED AS A PLUG WITH A
BARED FLEXIBLE CORD IS HAZARDOUS IF
ENGAGED INTO A LIVE SOCKET OUTLET.
Should the fuse in the 13 amp plug
require changing a 13 amp BS1362 fuse
must be fitted.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
EARTHED.
Personal safety
• Ensure the lid of the glass jug is securely
in place before pouring.
• Take care to pour hot coffee slowly and
carefully without tipping the glass jug too
fast.
• Do not place the filter machines glass jug
on the hot plate unless the lid is in
position.
• Do not fill above the capacity mark of the
water level indicator.
• Do not use the glass jug in a microwave.
• Milk should not be reheated, only heat it
when required.
• When heating milk, please use stainless
steel jug provided.
• Do not fill milk jug above the MAX mark.
• Do not touch metal parts until the unit has
cooled.
• Do not adjust the coffee strengths once
brewing is in process.
Warning : Espresso
pressure cap
Unplug the machine and allow to cool.
Slowly remove the pressure cap before
unlocking the filter holder.
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Features
Filter coffee
Milk frother
Espresso coffee
⁄ Filter locking tab
¤ Removable permanent
mesh filter
‹ Removable filter holder
with locking tab
› Non drip valve
fi Hinged reservoir lid with
strength indicator
fl Water level indicator
‡ Filter hot plate
· Filter on/off switch with
power and ready
indicators
‚ Filter jug lid
„ Filter glass jug with water
level indicator
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Milk frother button
Frother attachment
Frother hot plate
Frother hot plate on/off
switch with indicator
Ë Stainless steel milk jug
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Pressure cap
Water tank
Strength indicator
Filter
Filter retaining clip
Filter holder
Drip tray metal plate
Drip tray
Hot water outlet
Espresso on/off switch
with power and ready
indicators
Glass jug with lid
Measuring/tamping
spoon
Steam exhaust tube
Standard measuring
spoon
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Using your coffee
maker for the first time
6 Slide the jug into the coffee maker
ensuring it sits correctly on the hot plate.
The jug lid must be in place during the
brewing process, otherwise the non-drip
valve will not open, causing the filter to
flood.
7 Plug the filter coffee maker in at the wall
socket and push the coffee on/off switch
to ‘ON’ position. The orange light will
glow to show coffee maker is working.
8 Hot water will start to flow through the
coffee grounds and into the glass jug as
coffee.
9 The anti-drip valve will prevent any
remaining coffee dripping onto the hot
plate. Ensure that the jug is replaced on
the hot plate after serving. While the
coffee maker is switched ON the hot
plate will keep the coffee warm.
10 Switch off the coffee maker when the jug
is empty or the coffee is no longer
required.
Take your coffee maker out of the box
and remove the packaging.
Before using the coffee for the first time,
clean thoroughly by operating two or three
times with the maximum volume of fresh
water but without using coffee.
Wash the detachable parts of the
machine in warm soapy water.
Making filter coffee
1 Lift up the hinged reservoir lid.
2 Fill the water reservoir with the required
amount of water using the water level
indicator as a guide. Both the jug and
water level indicator are marked in cups.
Do not exceed the maximum level on the
water gauge.
WARNING: The coffee maker and hot
plates are hot and remain hot for
some time after switching off.
11 Allow unit to cool.
12 Remove the permanent mesh filter and
empty the used coffee grounds. Wash
the filter immediately and dry thoroughly.
NOTE: THE MESH WILL BECOME
DISCOLOURED AFTER A WHILE DUE
TO THE STAINING EFFECT OF
COFFEE.
NOTE: IT IS NORMAL FOR THE GREEN
READY LIGHT TO GO OUT AND COME
BACK ON INTERMITTENTLY DUE TO
THERMOSTATIC CYCLING.
3 Spoon the required amount of ground
filter coffee into the mesh filter spreading
it evenly. We suggest one level
measuring spoon for every cup. Ensure
the filter is sitting properly in the filter
holder.
4 Close the reservoir lid.
5 Select the strength of
coffee required using
the strength selector
on the reservoir lid.
Refilling
1 Switch off the coffee maker and allow 5
minutes to cool before refilling with cold
water.
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Locating the filter
measuring spoon provided. Special
marks on the inside of the filter show the
correct levels for 2, 4 and 6 cups of
coffee. Using the flat end of the spoon
lightly compress the coffee down.
Remove excess coffee from the edge of
the filter.
1 To remove the filter, slide the locking tab
on the removable filter holder to the
unlock position and and lift both the
holder and mesh filter out to clean. (see
cleaning)
Locking
tab
Rib
5 Position the filter holder underneath the
water outlet Ò, push it upwards and turn
it to the right into the locked position to
fix it onto your coffee machine.
Note : Push firmly to the right to lock
into position.
2 To refit, place the removable filter holder
into the top of your coffee maker, making
sure the tab lines up with the rib then
slide the locking tab to the lock position.
Place the permanent mesh filter inside
the filter holder by lining up the locating
tab with the groove in the filter holder as
shown.
6 Your machine is fitted with a strength
selector Î which allows you to make
LIGHT to STRONG coffee. Set the
strength selector mid way between
LIGHT and STRONG for MEDIUM
strength coffee.
7 Place your glass jug with the lid on the
drip tray Ô and  directly under the
spout of the filter holder, ensuring that
the jug handle is pointing outwards from
the unit. Press the on/off switch Ú to
‘ON’ and the orange light will glow. The
coffee will start to flow from the filter
holder spout after about 2 or 3 minutes.
Wait until all the water from the water
tank has flowed into your glass jug and
the green light glows.
8 Set the on/off switch to ‘OFF’.
9 When the filtering process is complete
remove the glass jug from your coffee
maker and pour the coffee into your
cups.
Making a perfect
espresso coffee
1 Unscrew the pressure cap È by turning
it anti-clockwise.
2 To fill the water tank Í use your glass
jug Û to measure the volume of water
required. The jug is marked with the
water levels for 2 cups (minimum), 4
cups and 6 cups (maximum).
Always switch the machine off and
remove the plug from the socket before
filling the water tank. Care should be
taken to ensure that the correct quantity
of water is placed in the tank, as the
machine always uses all the water.
3 Close the pressure cap tightly by turning
it clockwise.
4 Place the washable metal filter Ï into
the filter holder Ó and add the desired
quantity of coffee to the filter using the
Note: Due to the amount of steam lost
through the process, the coffee produced
will be less than the water put in. This
accounted for in the amount to put in.
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10 Unplug machine and allow to cool.
Slowly remove the pressure cap.
11 To remove the used coffee grounds,
remove the filter holder by turning the
handle to the left until you find that the
filter holder drops down. Flip the filter
retaining clip Ì so that it retains the
filter. Turn the filter upside down and
knock out the grounds. Flip the retaining
clip back along the handle before the
next use.
Push and release the milk frother button.
TAKE CARE AS THE MILK WILL BE HOT.
When the milk is frothy, (which normally
takes around 30 seconds), press the
milk frother button once more to stop the
frother.
4 Pour the coffee into cups and gently
pour or preferably spoon the milk onto
the coffee, then sprinkle a little chocolate
powder for perfect cappuccino.
Turn off the milk frother hot plate by
pressing the neon on/off switch.
WARNING: The stainless steel jug and
the hotplate will remain hot for sometime
after switching off.
Making a perfect
cappuccino coffee
The milk frother blade can be removed
for easy cleaning by unscrewing the blade.
Wash carefully in hot soapy water. It is
recommended that you remove the blade
immediately after use, as dried milk can be
difficult to remove. To replace, insert the
stem of the milk frother blade into the
mounting hole on the unit and screw into
place.
Prepare your machine as described in
the section, ‘How to make a perfect
espresso coffee’. Use your glass jug for
measuring the correct amount of water
needed. Follow steps 1-11 how to make a
perfect espresso.
Frothing milk
It is advised to start heating your milk
ready for frothing several minutes before
making coffee to ensure milk is hot.
1 Fill the stainless steel milk jug provided
with the required amount of milk. Do not
exceed the maximum level or add less
than the minimum level.
2 Place the jug on the hot plate and switch
on, the orange light will glow.
3 Once the coffee is
brewed, the milk
is ready to froth.
Lift the milk jug
up to the milk
frother blade (see
diagram). Raise
the milk jug
ensuring that the
frother blade is
just under the
surface of the milk
- this will give the
maximum froth.
There may be some splash back of milk
on the underside of the frothing unit. Switch
the unit off then simply wipe this area clean
with a damp cloth.
Refilling
1 Switch off the coffee maker, and allow 5
minutes to cool
2 Remove the pressure cap slowly and
refill with cold water.
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Filter Recipes
Irish coffee
Makes 4 servings
75ml of double cream
4 tsp sugar
8 shots of Irish whiskey
700ml hot strong coffee
Cafe Melange
2 parts coffee
1 part hot milk
dollop whipped cream
1 Whip double cream until thick then chill.
2 Warm 4 Irish coffee glasses with hot
water and place in each a teaspoon of
sugar and 2 shots of Irish whiskey.
3 Divide coffee among the glasses.
4 Slowly dribble the chilled cream over the
back of the spoon.
5 Do not stir.
1 Prepare filter coffee as per ‘making
coffee’ instructions.
2 Fill the stainless steel milk jug with the
required amount of milk, place on the
hotplate and switch on. The milk will take
approx. 7 minutes to reach the
appropriate temperature.
3 Once the coffee and milk are ready, pour
2 parts coffee into a cup and add 1 part
milk.
4 Top with a dollop of whipped cream to
serve.
Amaretto coffee
250ml hot strong coffee
2 tablespoons of double or whipped cream
2 shots of Amaretto
sugar to taste
Cafe Frappe
250ml cold strong coffee
1-2 tablespoons of condensed milk or
single cream
large splash of vanilla essence
crushed ice
1 Stir the coffee and alcohol together
either with a couple of tablespoons of
double-cream, or top with a dollop of
whipped cream.
2 Sprinkle with grated chocolate and
serve.
1 Combine ingredients in a blender until
smooth.
2 Serve in a tall glass.
Coffee milkshake
Combine in a blender or cocktail shaker:
100ml of cold strong filter coffee
1 scoop of vanilla icecream
250ml milk
grated chocolate
sugar to taste
double shot of Amaretto liqueur (optional)
1 Blend or shake until thick and frothy.
2 Serve in a tall glass and top with grated
chocolate.
• Note: for a thicker shake reduce the
quantity of milk and increase the amount
of icecream.
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Espresso Recipes
Moccacino
1/
3
1/
3
1/
3
Cappuccino
1/
3
1/
3
1/
3
espresso
hot frothed milk
hot chocolate
hot milk
1 Prepare coffee as per ‘making a perfect
espresso coffee’ instructions.
2 Fill the stainless steel milk jug with the
required amount of milk, place on the
hotplate and switch on. The milk will take
approx. 7 minutes to reach the
appropriate temperature.
3 Froth milk by lifting the milk jug up to the
milk frothing blade ensuring that the
blade is just under the surface of the
milk and press the milk frothing button.
The milk will take approx. 30 seconds. to
froth.
4 Prepare the hot chocolate according to
the instructions.
5 Pour the coffee, hot milk and hot
chocolate into a tall glass and serve.
hot frothed milk
chocolate powder for sprinkling
1 Prepare coffee as per ‘making a perfect
espresso coffee’ instructions.
2 Fill the stainless steel milk jug with the
required amount of milk, place on the
hotplate and switch on. The milk will take
approx. 7 minutes to reach the
appropriate temperature.
3 Froth milk by lifting the milk jug up to the
milk frothing blade ensuring that the
blade is just under the surface of the
milk and press the milk frothing button.
The milk will take approx. 30 seconds. to
froth.
4 Pour the coffee and hot milk into a
cappuccino cup, spoon over frothed
milk.
5 Sprinkle with chocolate powder to serve.
Irish coffee
Makes 2 servings
40ml of double cream
2 tsp sugar
4 shots of Irish whisky
350ml hot strong coffee
Cafe Latte
1/
2
1/
2
espresso
espresso
hot frothed milk
1 Whip double cream until thick then chill.
2 Warm 2 Irish coffee glasses with hot
water and place in each a teaspoon of
sugar and 2 shots of Irish whisky.
3 Divide coffee among the glasses.
4 Slowly dribble the chilled cream over the
back of the spoon.
5 Do not stir.
1 Prepare coffee as per ‘making a perfect
espresso coffee’ instructions.
2 Fill the stainless steel milk jug with the
required amount of milk, place on the
hotplate and switch on. The milk will take
approx. 7 minutes to reach the
appropriate temperature.
3 Froth milk by lifting the milk jug up to the
milk frothing blade ensuring that the
blade is just under the surface of the
milk and press the milk frothing button.
The milk will take approx. 30 seconds. to
froth.
4 Pour the coffee into a tall glass and top
with the frothed milk.
Amaretto coffee
250ml hot strong coffee
2 tablespoons of double or whipped cream
2 shots of Amaretto
sugar to taste
1 Stir the coffee and alcohol together
either with a couple of tablespoons of
double-cream, or top with a dollop of
whipped cream.
2 Sprinkle with grated chocolate and
serve.
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Espresso descaling
Cleaning care
Your coffee machine should be regularly
descaled using a good quality proprietary
descaler recommended for espresso
machines. We suggest the following intervals.
Normal water - every 6 months
Hard water - every 3 months
Very hard water - every 6 to 8 weeks
Remove the filter from its holder and
position the filter holder beneath the water
outlet.
Pour fresh cold water together with 2 or 3
teaspoonfuls of descaler into the water
container of your machine and close its lid.
Place the empty glass jug back onto the
drip tray and set the strength selector to the
‘light’ position.
Switch on your machine to descale,
repeating the process if necessary.
After descaling, flush your machine
through by operating 2 or 3 times using fresh
cold water. Clean all detachable parts and
please remember that you can help prevent
build up of deposits, especially in hard water
areas by leaving your machine empty
between use.
It is important you use a descaler suitable
for cappuccino/espresso machines carefully
following any special instructions given by its
manufacturer.
Do not use the descaling solution twice
and dispose of used descaler carefully as it
may damage your sink. Any damage caused
by non compliance with the descaling
instructions will not be covered by guarantee.
No liability will be undertaken for possible
damage in the event of the appliance being
misused or operated in any manner other
than described in these instructions.
Note: The permanent stainless steel filter
should not be used during descaling.
Unplug the coffee maker and allow to
cool.
Do not immerse the coffee maker water or
any other liquid.
Wipe all external surfaces with a damp
cloth and dry thoroughly.
Never use harsh or abrasive cleaners.
NO PARTS ARE SUITABLE FOR
CLEANING IN A DISHWASHER.
Filter
Remove the permanent filter, discard used
coffee and wash. Extended soaking helps to
remove coffee stains from the mesh.
Wash the glass jug, jug lid, filter holder,
stainless steel milk jug and milk frother blade
in warm soapy water. Rinse and dry all parts
thoroughly. Refit filter and filter holder and
milk frother blade.
Wipe all external surfaces including the
warming plate with a damp cloth and dry
thoroughly.
Care must be taken to ensure that nondrip valve situated on the bottom of the filter
holder is not damaged during cleaning.
Espresso
Unplug the coffee maker, slowly remove
the pressure cap and allow to cool.
Do not immerse the coffee maker in liquid.
Rinse the water tank occasionally with
cold water. Do not use a cloth as any
residue or lint may be left behind to clog the
coffee maker.
Wash the milk frother blade, drip tray, drip
tray plate, glass jug, lid, filter, filter holder and
stainless steel milk jug in warm soapy water.
Rinse and dry all parts thoroughly. Refit filter,
filter holder and milk frother blade.
Filter descaling
Follow the instructions on the bottle or
sachet, and then operate the coffee maker
with just water 3 times before making coffee.
Note: The permanent mesh filter should
not be used during descaling.
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Espresso
troubleshooting
Helpline
If you have any difficulty with your
appliance, do not hesitate to call us.
We are more likely able to help than the
store from where you bought it.
Please have the following information
ready to enable our staff to deal with your
query quickly.
1 Product was filled with water for 4 cups
but only filled to 2 cups line on jug.
• This is normal. The levels on the jug are
marked to indicate how much water is to
be put in to get that amount of coffee out.
(A certain amount of water is absorbed by
the coffee and some water evaporates
during the brewing process).
• Name of the product
• Model number and serial as shown on the
underside of the appliance.
2 The unit is set to brew but nothing
seems to be happening.
• It takes a few minutes for the coffee to
appear in the jug after the brewing
process begins. This time is because the
unit has to heat up.
3 After several minutes there appears to
be nothing happening.
• Have you followed the instructions for
making Espresso coffee step by step?
• Is the pressure cap screwed tightly in
place?
• Was too much coffee put into the filter OR
was the coffee damp before it was put
into the machine?
If this is believed to be the reason for the
problem, then switch off the power and
allow the unit to cool for several minutes.
Remove the pressure cap SLOWLY.
Remove the filter holder and discard the
coffee in the filter. Set up the machine
again carefully following the instructions.
Until the brewing process has
completed, never remove the filter
holder without releasing excess steam
by removing the pressure cap.
4 Steam is emitted from the filter area
• Ensure that the filter is in the filter holder
and that the filter holder is fitted correctly
in place. DO NOT overfill the filter with
coffee.
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Your two year guarantee
It is important to retain the retailers receipt
as proof of purchase. Staple your receipt to
this back cover for future reference.
Please quote the following information if
the product develops a fault. These numbers
can be found on the base of the product.
Model no.
Serial no.
All Morphy Richards products are
individually tested before leaving the factory.
In the unlikely event of any appliance proving
to be faulty within 28 days of purchase it
should be returned to the place of purchase
for it to be replaced.
If the fault develops after 28 days and
within 24 months of original purchase, you
should contact the Helpline number quoting
Model number and Serial number on the
product, or write to Morphy Richards at the
address shown.
You will be asked to return the product (in
secure, adequate packaging) to the address
below along with a copy of proof of
purchase.
Subject to the exclusions set out below (see
Exclusions) the faulty appliance will then be
repaired or replaced and dispatched usually
within 7 working days of receipt.
If for any reason this item is replaced
during the 2 year guarantee period, the
guarantee on the new item will be calculated
from original purchase date. Therefore it is
vital to retain your original till receipt or
invoice to indicate the date of initial
purchase.
To qualify for the 2 year guarantee the
appliance must have been used according to
the manufacturers instructions. For example
coffee makers should have been regularly
descaled.
EXCLUSIONS
Morphy Richards shall not be liable to
replace or repair the goods under the terms
of the guarantee where:
1 The fault has been caused or is
attributable to accidental use, misuse,
negligent use or used contrary to the
manufacturers recommendations or where
the fault has been caused by power
surges or damage caused in transit.
2 The appliance has been used on a voltage
supply other than that stamped on the
products.
3 Repairs have been attempted by persons
other than our service staff (or authorised
dealer).
4 Where the appliance has been used for
hire purposes or non domestic use.
5 Morphy Richards are not liable to carry
out any type of servicing work, under the
guarantee.
6 Plastic filters for all Morphy Richards
kettles and coffee makers are not covered
by the guarantee.
This guarantee does not confer any rights
other than those expressly set out above and
does not cover any claims for consequential
loss or damage. This guarantee is offered as
an additional benefit and does not affect your
statutory rights as a consumer.
• This guarantee is valid in the UK and
Ireland only.
Morphy Richards products are intended for
household use only.
Morphy Richards has a policy of continuous
improvement in product quality and design.
The company, therefore reserves the right
to change the specification of its models at
any time.
The After Sales Division
Registered address
Morphy Richards Ltd, Mexborough
South Yorkshire, England, S64 8AJ
Helpline (office hours)
UK (local rate) 0870 060 2610
Republic of Ireland 1800 409119
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