FB55
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FB55
Operating Instructions
FB 55
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The symbol indicates that the machine may not
be disposed of as ordinary waste; it must be
disposed of in accordance with the provisions of
the European directive 2002/96/CE (Waste
Electrical and Electron-ics Equipments - WEEE)
and of any resulting national laws, for
pre-venting any possible adverse effects on the
environment and on human health.
For correct disposal of the machine, contact the
dealer from whom you have purchased the
machine or our after sales service.
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Contents
Introduction ......................................................................................... 7
Safety instructions .............................................................................. 8
Technical Data ................................................................................... 10
Operation ........................................................................................... 12
Outer components of the dispenser .................................................... 12
Inner components of the dispenser ..................................................... 13
Operating unit and replacement of the label plates ............................. 15
Switching the dispenser on ................................................................. 16
Possibilities of beverage delivery/Manufacturer's settings .................. 17
Instructions for operation ..................................................................... 18
Beverage delivery ................................................................................ 20
Filling cups .......................................................................................... 21
Filling pots ........................................................................................... 21
Hot water delivery ................................................................................ 24
Function of the counters (option) ......................................................... 26
Functions of the key switch (option) .................................................... 27
Maintenance ....................................................................................... 28
General information regarding the cleaning procedure ....................... 28
Maintenance schedule ........................................................................ 30
Daily cleaning ................................................................................. 31
Opening and disconnecting ....................................................... 31
Product container ...................................................................... 31
Cleaning the cup carrier ............................................................ 32
Cleaning the coffee grounds container ...................................... 33
Cleaning the drip tray and the drip grid ..................................... 33
Cleaning the filter plate holder ................................................... 34
Cleaning the dispenser inside and outside ................................ 35
Mounting the cleaned parts ....................................................... 36
Rinsing the dispenser ................................................................ 37
Last check ................................................................................. 37
Weekly cleaning ............................................................................. 41
Opening and disconnecting ....................................................... 41
Filling the product container ...................................................... 41
Cleaning the filter plate ............................................................. 42
Cleaning the brewing cylinder and the scraper ......................... 43
Mounting the scraper ................................................................ 45
Cleaning the dispenser inside and outside ................................ 46
Mounting the cleaned parts ....................................................... 46
Mounting the filter plate and the filter plate holder ..................... 47
Rinsing the dispenser ................................................................ 47
Occasional cleaning ....................................................................... 48
Cleaning the product container ................................................. 48
Emptying the cash-box .............................................................. 50
Replacing the filter paper roll ..................................................... 51
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Programming ..................................................................................... 53
General notes ...................................................................................... 53
Programming survey ........................................................................... 54
Access to the programming mode ....................................................... 56
Quitting the programming mode .......................................................... 56
Selecting and displaying values .......................................................... 57
Changing values and checking their setting ........................................ 58
Setting the brewing time for coffee ...................................................... 59
Setting the brewing time for mocha ..................................................... 60
Setting the dosing factor ...................................................................... 61
Setting the beverage strength for mild coffee via the
product quantity ................................................................................... 62
Setting the beverage strength for normal coffee via the
product quantity ................................................................................... 63
Setting the beverage strength for strong coffee via the
product quantity ................................................................................... 64
Setting the beverage strength for mild mocha via the
product quantity ................................................................................... 65
Setting the beverage strength for normal mocha via the
product quantity ................................................................................... 66
Setting the beverage strength for strong mocha via the
product quantity ................................................................................... 67
Activation / Deactivation of the sensor for cup/pot delivery ................. 68
Activation / Deactivation of the sensor for pot delivery ........................ 70
Setting the starting number for multibrew ............................................ 72
Enabling/disabling delivery at low temperature ................................... 73
Delivery mode for hot water ................................................................ 75
Setting the portion size for coffee ........................................................ 77
Setting the portion size for mocha ....................................................... 78
Setting the portion size for hot water ................................................... 79
Setting the water quantity for the rinsing process ................................ 80
Price setting for coffee ......................................................................... 81
Price setting for mocha ........................................................................ 82
Price setting for portioned hot water delivery ...................................... 83
Resetting to the manufacturer's setting ............................................... 84
Explanation of the displays .................................................................. 85
Elimination of malfunctions ............................................................. 86
Agencies ............................................................................................ 89
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Introduction
•
The dispenser is delivered as a table device and must be installed on
a table or a bar.
•
The FB 55 delivers freshly brewed and pressure-filtered hot
beverages as well as hot water. The dispenser can be equipped for
preparing tea or coffee.
•
Only ground coffee or tea for vending machines may be used.
•
The manufacturer will not be liable for resulting damage if the
dispenser is not used for its designated application.
•
Different functions can be programmed by the service technician
according to the requirements of the customer.
•
These operating instructions are valid for several variants of the
dispenser. Therefore it is possible that you will find instructions for
operating elements that are not installed in your dispenser version.
•
The following options are available: wall mounting, coin module,
paper roll holder, counter, carber, key switch.
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Safety instructions
•
Installation and repair of the dispenser may only be carried out by
trained service technicians.
•
Only use original spare parts!
•
These operating instructions must have been read and fully
understood before first operating the dispenser.
•
If the mains connection line is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, customer service or a similarly qualified person.
•
The dispenser should not be installed outside.
•
The dispenser must be placed where it can be looked after by
trained personnel.
•
The dispenser should not be installed on a surface near to where jets
of water are used (e.g. for cleaning).
•
After the dispenser has been installed, the power supply plug must
be accessible.
•
Under all circumstances rinse the dispenser once before using it for
the first time (see chap. Rinsing).
•
The liquids delivered by the dispenser are hot.
Keep your hands and other parts of your body away from
the delivery area after having actuated a delivery button.
Otherwise you run the risk of being scalded.
•
In order to avoid contact with hot liquids do not use the pot selector
button (multibrew) to deliver several cups.
•
When a delivery button has been actuated the dispenser will not stop
immediately if the pot or cup is removed from the delivery area. The
brewing process for the cup portion in progress is completed, that
means that a hot liquid will be delivered.
•
To prevent injuries keep body parts and lose clothing away from the
dispenser (moving components!) when cleaning it.
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If, during a malfunction, the dispenser stops with a full brewer place
a vessel underneath the delivery spout. Keep your hands and other
parts of your body away from the brewer area.
• For functional and hygienic reasons it is necessary to clean the
dispenser regularly.
•
Be aware of sharp edges when cleaning the dispenser. There is the
risk of injuries.
•
Disconnect the power supply plug before wiping off the dispenser. Use
a clean, moist cloth to clean the inside and the outside of the
dispenser. Do not spray it off or submerge it in water.
•
The components of the FB 55 may not be cleaned in a dishwasher.
•
Use only agents approved of by the food industry for cleaning and
decalcifying.
•
Make sure that all components are installed correctly after the
cleaning procedure.
•
Never plug the power supply plug into the socket while it is wet. Do
not touch it with wet hands.
•
The electrical connection and the water supply (connection to the
drinking water system) must correspond to the local regulations. The
dispenser may not be operated when the water supply is shut off.
•
The dispenser must be connected to a protected electrical circuit.
The connection must be done with a properly earthed safety plug
socket.
•
The power supply cable may only be replaced by a trained service
technician.
•
We urgently recommend to install a fault current safety switch as well
as water stop devices.
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Technical data
Dimensions:
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Distance to the wall:
Weight:
approx. 30 kg (empty)
850 mm
380 mm
360 mm
40 mm (without wall spacer)
Connections: Safety instructions and local regulations must be
observed
Drinking water: Connection by a special hose (length: 1m)
3/4" connection (an adapter is available)
0.8 bar min. water pressure (dynamic)
10 bar max. water pressure (static)
Electrical:
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The dispenser requires a socket with an earthed
conductor, not further away than approx. 1.5 m
We recommend to install a fault current safety switch.
230V AC + 6% / -15%, 50/60Hz
Length of the power cable: approx. 1.80 m
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Installation conditions: Up to 2000 m above MSL, for greater heights
the dispenser must be changed over by our
service.
Ambient conditions:
The dispenser may only be used in closed
rooms (IP 20).
Storing temperature:
-20°C up to 70°C
Ambient temperature:
0°C up to 35°C
Relative humidity:
max. 80% RH
Capacity:
- of the drip tray:
approx. 2 l
- of the coffee grounds cont.: approx. 5 l
- of the product container:
approx. 1.5 kg
(approx. 160 portions per filling depending on
portion size and coffee type)
Max. cup height:
130 mm
The dispenser is marked with the CE label. (Directive about electrical
equipment of low voltage, directive about electromagnetic compatibility)
Subject to changes!
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Operation
Outer components of the dispenser
Cover for
servicing
Product
container
Right door
(only
accessible for
the service
technician)
Operating
panel/
Delivery
buttons
Left door
Option
operating unit
for the coin
module
Option
key switch
Cup
carrier
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Pot carrier
(= drip grid)
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Inner components of the dispenser
Left door
Cover for product
container
Delivery spout
Filter plate
holder
Coffee grounds
container
Pot carrier
(= drip grid)
Drip tray
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Inner components of the dispenser
Main switch
OFF
ON
Safety switch
Rinse button
Counters
(option)
Drip tray
sensor
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Operating unit and replacing the label plates
Delivery of coffee
xx
xx
xx
x
xx
x
Button for pot
selection
(multibrew)
A
Display
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX
Button for
hot water
XXXXX
Delivery
button
(mocha)
Delivery
button
(coffee)
B
Lock
(for opening
of the left
door)
Button for
setting the
beverage
strength
Option
operating
unit for the
coin module
Standard
operating
unit Logo
Option
key switch
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Switching the dispenser on
1. Open the water cock.
1
2. Plug in the power supply plug.
3. Open the door.
4. Switch on the main switch (1). (fig. 1)
5. Close the door.
OFF
ON
6. Wait, until the boiler is filled.
7. Open the door.
8. Rinse the dispenser (when using it for
the first time). (see chap. Maintenance)
9. Close the door.
Depending on its starting position the
brewer runs through a brewing cycle until
it reaches its starting position.
Fig. 1
The display shows "LO" until the water
has been heated. Beverage delivery is
blocked.
The dispenser is ready for operation as
soon as the LED shines and "LO" is no
longer displayed.
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Possibilities of beverage delivery / Manufacturer's settings
Hot water:
a) Continuous delivery
Hot water is delivered continuously as long as
the corresponding button is pressed.
The hot water delivery is blocked for
hygienic reasons if the water
temperature drops below a certain
value during delivery. If required this
delivery blocking can be deactivated.
b) Portioned delivery (see below)
Manufacturer's setting: Continuous delivery
Beverages:
Portioned delivery
The delivery is done in portions (the portion size
can be programmed) when the corresponding
buttons are actuated
Multibrew:
Pot delivery: max. 9 cups
Optical sensors at the cup carrier detect
automatically that the delivery shall be done into
a pot.
In this case the cup carrier is swung into the
dispenser.
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Instructions for operation
The FB 55 can be used to fill pots and cups (mugs).
Sensors detect whether the beverage delivery shall be done into a
cup or into a pot.
Beverage delivery is only done when there is a vessel in the delivery
area. If required this function can be disabled for the delivery into a
cup or delivery into a pot or only the latter.
Operation with enabled sensor:
- Beverage delivery is only started when there is a vessel in the
delivery area.
Operation with disabled sensor:
- It makes no difference for the beverage delivery whether there is
a vessel in the delivery area or not.
Do not swing in the cup carrier without vessel when
pressing the delivery button.
If the sensor is disabled beverages are delivered after
pressing the corresponding button even when there is
no vessel in the delivery area. There is an increased
risk of scalding.
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The beverage strength and the cup volume can be programmed.
The hot water delivery can be programmed as portioned delivery or as
continuous delivery.
If a coin module or a card reader (optional) is installed beverage delivery
is done after inserting coins/introducing a card and actuating the beverage
delivery button. When the delivery is finished an acoustic signal is emitted.
Filter paper must be used when preparing tea. For the preparation of
coffee the use of filter paper is optional. When using finely ground
coffee deposits could build up in the cup when not using filter paper.
Use only ground coffee or tea for vending machines. When changing
over from coffee to tea install the corresponding filter plate for tea.
Close the water cock and disconnect the power supply plug when
not using the dispenser for a longer time, e.g. over night or on the
weekend.
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Beverage delivery
1
1
2
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Pre-selecting the beverage strength:
(the corresponding LED shines)
The beverage strength is set to normal and
always returns to "normal" 20 sec. after the
delivery of a beverage.
Strong hot beverage
Mild hot beverage
The dispenser is reset to normal beverage
strength if the button is pressed again.
During the brewing process the beverage
strength cannot be changed.
Fig. 3
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Beverage delivery
Filling cups
1. Place a cup onto the cup carrier (1). The
height of the cup carrier cannot be
adjusted.
The max. cup height is 130 mm (Fig. 1).
2. Select the beverage strength (Fig. 3).
3. Actuate the delivery button.
Delivery of coffee
Delivery of mocha
Filling pots
1. Place a pot with the corresponding size
on the pot carrier (2) so that it pushes
the cup carrier (1) into the dispenser.
(Fig. 2)
2. Select the beverage strength (Fig. 3).
3. Select the number of cup portions.
Actuate the multibrew button as long as
necessary to set the required number of
cups.
The number of selected cups is shown in
the display.
Max. pre-selection = 9 cup portions.
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The pre-selection for the number of cups
can be changed by pressing the
multibrew button.
Starting number = Number of cup
portions when switching on multibrew. To
select a lower number of cup portions
press the multibrew button as long as
necessary until the required number is
displayed:
The starting number of cups for
multibrew can be programmed.
The brewing process will not stop
immediately when the pot is
removed after actuation of a
delivery button. The brewing
process for the portion in
progress is completed. There is
the risk of being scalded by the
hot liquid!
If the sensor is disabled
beverages are delivered after
pressing the corresponding
button even when there is no
vessel in the delivery area. There
is an increased risk of scalding.
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4. Actuate the delivery button.
Delivery of coffee
Delivery of mocha
The beverage strength LED flashes
during the brewing process.
Check the position of the cup if the
brewing process does not start.
When the drip tray is full the portion
in progress is delivered and
multibrew delivery is interrupted.
The display shows an error
indication (E6) (see chap. Errors).
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When the pot is removed the cup carrier
(1) automatically swings back into its
original position. (Fig. 4)
Fig. 4
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Hot water delivery
The hot water delivery does not
stop immediately when the pot is
removed after the delivery button
has been pressed. The portion in
progress is completed. There is a
risk of scalding by the hot liquid!
The hot water delivery can be
programmed. The options are
continuous or portioned delivery .
Select the corresponding cup size
for portioned delivery.
Continuous hot water delivery can result in a
low water temperature in the boiler (display
LO). The dispenser is blocked until the display
disappears (normal boiler temperature has
been reached).
For continuous delivery release the button
when LO is displayed. When LO is no longer
displayed press the button again.
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1. To fill a cup:
Place a cup onto the cup carrier (1).
(Fig. 1)
Continuous hot water delivery
Keep the button pressed until
the required delivery quantity
has been reached.
1
Fig. 1
Portioned hot water delivery
Press the button once.
1
2. To fill pots:
Place a pot of the corresponding size
onto the pot carrier (2) so that it pushes
the cup carrier (1) into the dispenser.
(Fig. 2)
3. Continuous hot water delivery
2
Fig. 2
Keep the button pressed until
the required delivery quantity
has been reached.
Portioned hot water delivery
Press the button until the
required number of portions
is displayed.
Press the button once.
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Function of the counters (option)
OF
F
ON
•
Depending on which model, the
dispenser can be equipped with up to 3
counters. They are located on the righthand side in the separating wall.
•
Each counter shows the total number of
beverages that have been delivered
(Fig. 1) e.g.:
– Counter for coffee (1)
or total counter (1)
– Counter for mocha (2)
– Counter for hot water (3)
1
2
3
•
The counters cannot be reset.
•
The service technician can set up a
counter so that it indicates the total
number of all beverage portions that
have been delivered by the dispenser.
Fig. 1
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Functions of the key switch (option)
Pos.
dispenser without
coin or card module
dispenser with
coin or card module
0
normal operation
normal operation
1
delivery blocked
delivery blocked
2
normal operation
free delivery
The key can be removed in every position.
•
Multibrew is generally blocked when a coin module is
installed.
•
Free delivery or free delivery for multibrew is only
possible when a key switch is installed.
With an optional key switch the following dispenser functions are
possible (see above):
1. Normal operation - vending mode:
The dispenser works as usual. If a coin or a card module is
connected, free delivery is not possible.
2. Delivery blocked:
Delivery (delivery buttons) is generally blocked.
Only the programming mode and the rinsing cycle are accessible.
The other dispenser functions remain connected (water level,
heating, error indications).
3. Free delivery:
If a coin or a card module is connected, free delivery is possible. The
coin acceptance is blocked, no amount is debited from a card.
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Maintenance
General information regarding the cleaning procedure
All procedures listed in the maintenance
schedule must completely be carried out in the
indicated intervals otherwise the guarantee will
be null and void.
1
OFF
ON
Only use cleaning agents that
have been approved by the food
industry (possibly slightly
desinfecting, preferably liquid
agents).
Depending on the hardness of
water, the metal parts of the filter
plate holder must be cleaned after
approx. 1000 deliveries. Use a
decalcifying agent (preferably a
liquid agent) that has been
approved by the food industry.
Rinse all parts thoroughly after
decalcifying.
Maintenance may only be carried out by
trained personnel.
Fig. 1
For detailed instructions read the
corresponding chapters in the operating
instructions before carrying out the
individual tasks.
Before starting to clean the dispenser
switch it off with the main switch (1).
(Fig. 1)
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Clean all parts in hot water with a cleaning
agent and a brush. Rinse them and dry
them with a clean towel.
For safety reasons opening the
door interrupts the power
supply to the brewer and the
heating system.
Rinse the dispenser after the cleaning
process (to remove residues of the
cleaning agent and the product). (see
chap. "Rinsing")
Make sure all components are installed
correctly and carry out a functional test
after the cleaning process.
Under all circumstances make
sure the brewer is mounted
correctly and completely.
The right door can only be
opened by the service technician.
Ensure hygienic cleaning;
- wash hands before cleaning
- always use clean cloths for
cleaning
- keep the working area tidy
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Maintenance schedule
INTERVAL
KIND OF WORK
daily
•Cleaning of
- cup carrier*
- coffee grounds container
- drip tray
- filter plate holder
•Clean the dispenser inside and outside
•Carry out the rinsing process
weekly
•Fill the product container
•Cleaning of cup carrier, coffee grounds container,
drip tray, filter plate*, brew cylinder*, scraper*
•Clean the dispenser inside and outside
•Carry out the rinsing process
occasionally
*
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•Cleaning the product container
These components are available as an exchange kit (hygiene kit). It
is recommended to have this exchange kit ready.
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Daily cleaning
Opening and disconnecting
•
Open the dispenser door.
Do not open the dispenser
during a brewing cycle.
1
•
Switch off the dispenser with the main
switch (1). (Fig. 1)
•
Fill in coffee.
Fig. 1
Product container
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Cleaning the cup carrier
•
Remove drip grid (1) and tray (2). Clean
them in hot water with cleaning agent
and rinse them with pure water. (Fig. 1)
•
Clean the edge of the cup carrier (3) with
a soft damp cloth. (Fig. 2)
1/2
Fig. 1
1
2
3
Fig. 2
With heavy dirt accumulation, the following
cleaning procedure is recommended:
•
Pull the cup carrier inwards.
•
Clean the cup carrier and the area
around the cup carrier at the inner door
by means of a damp cloth. (Fig. 3)
Fig. 3
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Cleaning the coffee grounds container
Overfilling the coffee grounds
container can cause machine
malfunctions.
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•
When using filter paper, it is
recommended to check the filling level
more frequently. Before removing the
coffee grounds container carry out two
brewer rinsing cycles (see chap. Rinsing).
•
Open the dispenser, unlock (5) the
delivery spout (1) and turn it upwards.
(Fig. 1) (Residual water can drip out of it)
•
Remove the coffee grounds container (2)
from the dispenser and empty it. (Fig. 1)
•
Clean the coffee grounds container with
an appropriate cleaning agent and hot
water and dry it.
1
2
3
4
Fig. 1
Cleaning the drip tray and the drip grid
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Remove the drip grid (3) from the drip
tray (4). (Fig. 1)
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•
Withdraw the drip tray (4) and remove
the cover (5). (Fig. 2)
•
Empty the drip tray (4).
Clean the drip tray (6). (Fig. 2, 3)
•
Clean drip grid (3) and drip tray (4) in
hot water with cleaning agent and dry
them. (Fig. 2)
5
3
4
Fig. 2
6
Fig. 3
Cleaning the filter plate holder
•
Press the lock (1) at the support
backwards. Withdraw the filter plate
holder (2) completely and rinse it with hot
water. (Fig. 1)
b
a
Fig. 1
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Cleaning the dispenser inside and outside
•
Clean door, housing and bottom of the
dispenser on the inside with a damp
cloth. (Fig. 1)
•
Clean the outer dispenser parts, the
delivery area and the opening for sensor
and reflector (1) with a soft damp cloth.
(Fig. 2)
Do not use any scouring agents!
Fig. 1
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Fig. 2
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Mounting the cleaned parts
•
Remount the drip tray and cover in the dispenser.
Observe the correct position of the drip tray sensor.
•
Insert the drip grid in the drip tray.
•
Insert a new bag in the coffee grounds container.
Ensure that the bag is placed correctly in the clamps of the
coffee grounds container.
•
Insert the coffee grounds container into the dispenser and turn the
delivery spout in delivery position.
Make sure
- that the hose is led from the separating panel into the
coffee grounds container,
- that the delivery spout is locked.
•
Switch on the dispenser with the main switch.
•
Close the door.
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Rinsing the dispenser
a) Rinsing process without interruption
The service technician can
programme the dispenser either for
step-by-step rinsing or for a rinsing
process without interruption.
1
The delivered beverages are hot.
Keep hands and other parts of the
body away from the delivery area.
There is the danger of being injured
by scalding.
3
Fig. 1
2
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Fig. 2
Open the door.
Switch the dispenser on with the main switch.
Simultaneously actuate the rinse button (1)
and the button (2) (the display indicates "CL").
Close the door.
Place a vessel (approx. 1.5 l) underneath
the outlet (the display indicates "CO").
Actuate the multibrew button (3) twice,
for example, (the display indicates "C2".
2 = number of rinsing processes).
Actuate the button (2) (The brewer is
now rinsed twice with hot water).
Actuate the delivery button for coffee or
with dispensers for the delivery of tea
actuate the blank button.
During the rinsing process the
display indicates CX (e.g. C2,
X = number of rinsing processes.
It can be changed by actuating the
multibrew button).
Now the brewer is rinsed with water
e.g. twice.
•
Remove the vessel.
•
Check the correct functioning of the
dispenser.
Last check
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b) Step-by-step rinsing
The delivered beverages are hot.
Keep hands and other parts of the
body away from the delivery area.
There is the danger of injuries due
to scalding.
•
Open the door.
•
Place a pot with sufficient capacity
underneath the delivery spout and empty
it after the individual rinsing processes.
(Fig. 1)
During the rinsing process the
display indicates CL .
Fig. 1
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The safety cut-off device for the
brewer is deactivated when the
safety switch is actuated.
Keep loose clothing and hands
away from the dispenser area.
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•
Actuate the safety switch (1) with the
special tool and simultaneously press the
rinse button (2) (access through the
opening in the right door). (Fig. 2)
Keep the button pressed until the
brewing cylinder (3) is fully closed. (Fig. 3)
2
Releasing the safety switch and the
rinse button too early (brewing
cylinder is not fully closed) causes a
dispenser malfunction. The display
indicates the error message E4.
Fig. 2
Deleting the error message:
Again, keep safety switch and rinse
button simultaneously pressed.
•
Fig. 3
Remove the product container.
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1
•
Keep the safety switch (1) pressed with
the special tool and actuate the rinse
button (2) 1 x shortly. (Fig. 4)
The water volume required for the rinsing
process runs in automatically.
2
•
Release the safety switch (1) after the
required water volume has run in
automatically. If required, allow the
rinsing or decalcifying agent to react (see
manufacturer indications). (Fig. 4)
•
Again use the special tool to press the
safety switch (1) and the rinse button (2)
simultaneously and keep them pressed
until the brewing cycle is completed and
the brewer is at a standstill. (Fig. 4)
Fig. 4
Releasing the safety switch and the
rinse button too early (brewer not in
starting position) causes a dispenser
malfunction.
The display indicates error
message E4.
Deleting the error message:
Again keep safety switch (1) and
rinse button (2) simultaneously
pressed. (Fig. 4)
•
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Weekly cleaning
Opening and disconnecting
1
•
Open the dispenser door.
•
Switch off the dispenser with the main
switch (1).
Fig. 1
Filling the product container
•
2
Remove the cover (2) of the
product container. Fill coffee into
the product container. Remount
the cover.
•
Clean
- the cup carrier,
- the coffee grounds container
and
- the drip tray
(see daily cleaning).
If many coffee portions are
delivered, it can be
necessary to refill the
product container more
frequently.
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Cleaning the filter plate
•
Press the lock at the support
backwards.
Withdraw the filter plate holder (1)
(Fig. 1).
•
Press out the sealing ring (2) and
the filter plate (3) by means of the
ejector pin (1). (Fig. 2)
•
Disassemble the filter plate and
clean it in hot water with some
cleaning agent. (Fig. 3)
•
Clean sealing ring (2) and filter
plate (3) in hot water. (Fig. 2)
1
Fig. 1
3
2
1
Fig. 2
Depending on the hardness of
water, the metal parts of the
filter plate holder must be
cleaned after approx. 1000
deliveries. Use a decalcifying
agent (preferably a liquid
agent) that has been approved
by the food industry. Rinse all
parts thoroughly after
decalcifying.
Fig. 3
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Cleaning the brewing cylinder and the scraper
•
Lift the brewing cylinder from below at
the front, withdraw it from the locking
mechanism and remove it towards the
front. (Fig. 2)
•
Remove the plunger (1) downwards from
the brewing cylinder (2). (Fig. 2)
•
Clean all parts in warm water with
cleaning agent.
•
Insert the plunger (1) into the brewing
cylinder (2) and push it horizontally
upwards to the stop. (Fig. 2)
Fig. 1
2
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Filter plate and brewing cylinder can
be cleaned in a dish washer if one is
available. It is recommended to have
these parts ready as an exchange kit
(hygiene kit).
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The service technician can program
different starting positions for the
scraper.
Scraper behind the brewing cylinder
(factory setting)
Fig. 3a
•
Rotate the scraper towards the front and
remove it upwards. (Fig. 3)
•
Clean the scraper in warm water with
cleaning agent.
Fig. 3b
Fig. 3c
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Mounting the scraper
Fig. 1a
Fig. 1b
Fig. 1c
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Cleaning the dispenser inside and outside
•
2
Clean the dispenser inside and outside
(see "Daily cleaning").
1
Fig. 1
Mounting the cleaned parts
•
Remount all cleaned parts.
Observe the following:
• Brewing cylinder:
- insert it diagonally from above, (Fig. 1)
- place it on the support of the filter
plate holder (1), (Fig. 1)
- push it forwards in horizontal position
to the scraper arm support (2), (Fig. 1)
- push it vertically upwards:
The peg of the plunger must be
positioned in the groove,
- push it backwards until it locks,
- check whether it is positioned tightly.
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Mounting the filter plate and the filter plate holder
•
Mount the filter plate. Make sure that the
lock engages and that the filter plate is
guided between the scraper arms.
Ensure that the disc (1) is positioned
correctly.
(The smooth side must face to the
sealing (2).) (Fig. 1, 2)
Avoid damage to the fine-pore filter.
2
•
1
Turn the delivery spout in delivery
position.
Fig. 1
1
Fig. 2
Rinsing the dispenser
•
Rinse the dispenser as described in chapter "Daily cleaning".
Afterwards check the dispenser for correct functioning.
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Occasional cleaning
Cleaning the product container
When the dispenser is
used very often, the
cleaning procedure must
be carried out more
frequently.
•
Open the dispenser.
•
Press the lock (2) at the bottom
of the container console
downwards, remove the product
container (1) towards the front
and empty it. (Fig. 1)
1
2
Fig. 1
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5
•
Place the container upside
down. Remove residual coffee
by turning the powder locking
cap (5) and by knocking onto
the base of the dosing system.
(Fig. 2)
•
Loosen the clamping ring on the
handle (3). (Fig. 2)
•
Carefully remove the dosing
system (4). (Fig. 2)
4
3
Fig. 2
Do not damage the mixer
wire.
•
Clean the inside of the
container by using a dry cloth.
•
If the container is very dirty,
clean iot in hot water.
Do not use a brush.
•
Dry the container completely,
insert the dosing system and
fasten it by means of the
clamping ring. Fill the container
and remount it.
The container may not be
cleaned in a dish washer.
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Emptying the cash-box
1
Fig. 1
50
•
Open the left door.
•
Remove drip tray and drip
grid.
•
Unlock the cash-box (1).
(Fig. 1)
•
Remove the cash-box.
•
Remove the cover and
empty the cash-box.
•
Clean the cash-box with a
damp cloth.
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Replacing the filter paper roll
For preparing tea, filter paper must be used,
for preparing coffee filter paper can be used.
•
Open the dispenser.
•
Remove the roll holder from the
dispenser (lift it, push it to the side and
remove it towards the front)
•
Take the old roll core from the holder
and insert the new roll in such a way
that the paper is rolled off downwards.
•
Lead the paper into the filter plate holder,
pull approx. 15 cm over the rear edge
and reinsert the roll holder. (Fig. 2)
Fig. 1
15
cm
.
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Programming
General notes
Depending on the adjustment made by the service
technician access to the programming mode might be
blocked.
Do not change adjustments without reason.
Every change to a setting is stored immediately. There is
no special storing procedure.
Only actuate the push buttons as described in these
instructions. Otherwise you might change values by
mistake.
For the position of the rinsing button see chap.
'Maintenance'.
If an adjustment has been changed by mistake you can
reset it to the manufacturer's settings (see chap. "Resetting
to the manufacturer's settings").
In case of modifications of the dispenser (for example) the
conversion of coffee- into tea-delivery) the customer
specific programming values have to be asked at the
service technician.
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Programming survey
Rinse
button
+
Brewing time for
mocha
Dosing Factor
Manufacturer's setting: 5
Dosing factor
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
Cup/Pot Sensor general
Manuf. setting: AC = activated
Sensor for cup and
pot delivery activated
or deactivated
▼
▲
▲
▲
Beverage strength
for strong mocha
▼
▲
▲
▲
Cup/Pot Sensor pot brew
Manuf. setting: AC = activated
▼
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Beverage strength
for normal mocha
Mocha: Strong
Manufacturer's setting: 70
▲
▼
Beverage strength
for mild mocha
▲
Mocha: Normal
Manufacturer's setting: 55
▼
Beverage strength
for strong coffee
▲
Mocha: Mild
Manufacturer's setting: 40
▼
Beverage strength
for normal coffee
▲
Coffee: Strong
Manufacturer's setting: 70
▼
Beverage strength
for mild coffee
▲
Coffee: Normal
Manufacturer's setting: 55
▼
Cup/Pot Settings
▲
Coffee: Mild
Manufacturer's setting: 40
▼
▲
▲
Mocha Brew Time
Manufacturer's setting: 27
▼
▼
Brewing time for coffee
▲
Powder dosing
Coffee Brew Time
Manufacturer's setting: 27
▼
▲
Setting of :
▲
▼
▼
Submenus
Brewing time
▲
Main menus
▼
Access:
▲
Default number of cups
Manufacturer's setting: 5
Sensor for pot delivery
only activated/
deactivated
Preselection of the number
of cups for multibrew
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▼
▲
▼
▲
Setting of liquids
Setting of:
Stop Temp. Low
Manuf. setting: SP=blocked
▼
▲
▼
▲
Time: Coffee
Manufacturer's setting: 47
▲
Time: Water
Manufacturer's setting: 40
▲
Portion size
for mocha
▲
Portion size
for hot water
Time: Rinse
Manufacturer's setting: 47
Water quantity for
the rinsing process
Price setting coffee
Manufacturer's setting: 2
Price for
coffee
▼
▲
▲
▲
▼
▲
▼
▲
Price setting mocha
Manufacturer's setting: 2
▲
▼
▲
Portion size
for coffee
▲
Time: Mocha
Manufacturer's setting: 32
▼
▼
Delivery mode
for hot water
▲
▼
Coin Terminal
Enabling/disabling delivery
at low temperature
▲
Hot Water Mode
Manufacturer's setting:
Co = continuous delivery
▲
▼
▼
Submenus
▲
Main menus
Price for
mocha
▲
Price setting water
Manufacturer's setting: 1
Price for
hot water
Return to 1st main menu
Brewing time
Quitting the programming mode
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Access to the programming mode
Button
Rinse
button
Display
+
-
Open the left door.
-
Wait until the LED of the beverage
strength button is extinguished.
-
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse
button" and the "multibrew button".
-
You are now in that part of the
programming which is accessible to the
operator. You can display values and
change them.
Quitting the programming mode
Rinse
button
+
-
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse
button" and the "multibrew button". The
LEDs of the "beverage strength button"
shine for 5 sec.
-
Close the left door. The dispenser is
again ready for operation.
It is possible to quit the programming
mode in every position in the program.
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Selecting and displaying values
Display
Button
-
Enter the programming mode (see chap. Access
to the programming mode)
1. Selection of the main menu
-
Paging forwards:
or
paging backwards:
"multibrew button"
"hot water button"
Example: Actuate the "multibrew button" once to
select the "powder dosing"
1x
2. Selection of the submenu
-
Actuate the "beverage strength button"
The first submenu in the group "powder dosing"
is displayed.
-
Paging forwards:
"multibrew button" or
paging backwards:
"hot water button"
to select the submenu.
Display: I3 for "strong coffee" is displayed.
3x
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Actuate the "coffee button" or
the "mocha button",
the display then shows the set value.
-
Use the "beverage strength button" to return to
the main menu.
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Changing values and checking their setting
Button
Display
-
Enter the programming mode (see chap. Access
to the programming mode).
-
Select the menu (see chap. Selecting and
displaying values).
-
The designation of the selected value is
displayed.
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha" button". The
set value is then displayed.
-
To increase the value: use the "coffee button" to
increase the value in steps of 1.
-
To decrease the value: use the "mocha button"
to decrease the value in steps of 1.
Checking the setting:
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-
Actuate the "multibrew button" and the next
menu is displayed.
-
Actuate the "hot water button" and the menu
which has just been set is displayed again.
-
Check whether the value is correct.
-
Quit the programming mode. (Actuate the "rinse
button" and the "multibrew" button)
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Setting the brewing time for coffee
Button
-
Open the left door.
Display
Rinse
button
-
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and the
"multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Setting range: 0-99, Manufacturer's setting: 27
-
Changing the value:
increasing: actuate the "coffee button"
decreasing: actuate the "mocha button"
Checking the setting:
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Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "hot water button"
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously
actuate the "rinse button" and the "multibrew
button").
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Setting the brewing time for mocha
-
Button
Rinse
button
Open the left door.
-
1x
Display
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
-
Actuate the "multibrew button" once.
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Setting range: 0 - 99, Manufacturer's setting: 27
-
Changing the value:
increasing: actuate the "coffee button"
decreasing: actuate the "mocha button"
Checking the setting:
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-
Actuate the "hot water button".
-
Actuate the "multibrew button"
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously
actuate the "rinse button" and the "multibrew
button").
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Setting the dosing factor
Button
Display
Open the left door.
-
Rinse
button
1x -
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" once.
-
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Setting range: 5 or 8, Manufacturer's setting: 5
-
Changing the value:
increasing: actuate the "coffee button"
decreasing: actuate the "mocha button"
Checking the setting:
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Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "hot water button"
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously
actuate the "rinse button" and the "multibrew
button").
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Setting the beverage strength for mild coffee via the
product quantity
Button
-
Rinse
button
Open the left door.
-
1x 1x -
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" once.
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" once.
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Setting range: 1-99, Manufacturer's setting: 40
-
Changing the value:
increasing: actuate the "coffee button"
decreasing: actuate the "mocha button"
Checking the setting:
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-
Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "hot water button"
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously actuate
the "rinse button" and the "multibrew button").
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Setting the beverage strength for normal coffee via the
product quantity
Button
-
Rinse
button
Open the left door.
-
1x 2x -
Display
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" once.
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" twice.
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Setting range: 1-99, Manufacturer's setting: 55
-
Changing the value:
increasing: actuate the "coffee button"
decreasing: actuate the "mocha button"
Checking the setting:
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Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "hot water button"
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously
actuate the "rinse button" and the "multibrew
button").
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Setting the beverage strength for strong coffee via the
product quantity
Button
-
Rinse
button
Open the left door.
-
1x 3x -
Display
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button"once.
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" three times.
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Setting range: 1-99, Manufacturer's setting: 70
-
Changing the value:
increasing: actuate the "coffee button"
decreasing: actuate the "mocha button"
Checking the setting:
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-
Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "hot water button"
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously
actuate the "rinse button" and the "multibrew
button").
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Setting the beverage strength for mild mocha via the
product quantity
Button
-
Rinse
button
Open the left door.
-
1x 4x -
Display
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" once.
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" four times.
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Setting range: 1 - 99, Manufacturer's setting: 40
-
Changing the value:
increasing: actuate the "coffee button"
decreasing: actuate the "mocha button"
Checking the setting:
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Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "hot water button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously
actuate the "rinse button" and the "multibrew
button").
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Setting the beverage strength for normal mocha via the
product quantity
Button
-
Rinse
button
Open the left door.
-
1x 5x -
Display
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" once.
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" five times.
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Setting range: 1 - 99, Manufacturer's setting: 55
-
Changing the value:
increasing: actuate the "coffee button"
decreasing: actuate the "mocha button"
Checking the setting:
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-
Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "hot water button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously
actuate the "rinse button" and the "multibrew
button").
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Setting the beverage strength for strong mocha via the
product quantity
Button
-
Rinse
button
Open the left door.
-
1x 6x -
Display
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" once.
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" six times.
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Setting range: 1 - 99, Manufacturer's setting: 70
-
Changing the value:
increasing: actuate the "coffee button"
decreasing: actuate the "mocha button"
Checking the setting:
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Actuate the "hot water button".
-
Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously
actuate the "rinse button" and the "multibrew
button").
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Activation / deactivation of the sensor for cup/pot delivery
Button
-
Rinse
button
Open the left door.
-
2x -
Display
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" twice.
-
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Manufacturer's setting: AC
Setting range: AC = sensor activated
PA = sensor deactivated
-
Changing the setting:
actuate "coffee" or "mocha button"
When the sensor is deactivated
beverages and hot water will also
be delivered when there is no cup
or pot in the dispenser. There is an
increased risk of being scalded.
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Activation / deactivation of the sensor for cup/pot delivery
Button
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Checking the setting:
-
Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "hot water button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously
actuate the "rinse button" and the "multibrew
button").
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Activation/deactivation of the sensor for pot delivery
Button
-
Rinse
button
2x 1x -
-
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Open the left door.
Display
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button"
and the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" twice.
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" once.
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Manufacturer's setting: AC
Setting range: AC = sensor activated
PA = sensor deactivated
Changing the setting:
actuate "coffee" or "mocha button"
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Activation/deactivation of the sensor for pot delivery
Button
Display
When the sensor is deactivated beverages and hot
water will also be delivered when there is no pot in
the dispenser. Do not swing the cup carrier into
the dispenser and actuate a delivery button
without placing a vessel onto the pot carrier.There
is an increased risk of being scalded.
Checking the setting:
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Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "hot water button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously
actuate the "rinse button" and the "multibrew
button").
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Setting the starting number for multibrew
Button
-
Rinse
button
Open the left door.
-
2x 2x -
Display
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" twice.
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" twice.
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Setting range: 0 - 9, manufacturer's setting: 5
-
Changing the value:
increasing: actuate the "coffee button"
decreasing: actuate the "mocha button"
Checking the setting:
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-
Actuate the "hot water button".
-
Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously
actuate the "rinse button" and the "multibrew
button").
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Enabling / disabling delivery at low temperature
Button
-
Open the left door.
-
Rinse
button
3x -
Display
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" three times.
-
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Manufacturer's setting: SP
Setting range: SP = delivery disabled
ru = delivery enabled
-
Changing the setting:
actuate "coffee" or "mocha button"
If delivery at low temperaure is enabled
it is possible to deliver cold beverages.
In this case the country-specific
regulations concerning the temperature
have to be observed.
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Enabling / disabling delivery at low temperature
Button
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Checking the setting:
Display
-
Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "hot water button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously
actuate the "rinse button" and the "multibrew
button").
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Delivery mode for hot water
Button
-
Rinse
button
Open the left door.
-
3x 1x -
-
Display
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" three times.
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" once.
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Manufacturer's setting: Co
Setting range: Co = continuous delivery
Po = delivery of 1 portion
Changing the setting:
actuate "coffee" or "mocha button"
There is an increased danger of being scalded
when the dispenser is set to the delivery of 1
portion. After actuation of the "hot water button"
hot water is delivered until the programmed
quantity is delivered.
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Delivery mode for hot water
Button
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Checking the setting:
Display
-
Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "hot water button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously actuate
the "rinse button" and the "multibrew button").
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Setting of the portion size for coffee
Changing the portion size results in a change of the
beverage strength.
Button
-
Rinse
button
Open the left door.
-
3x 2x -
Display
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" three times.
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" twice.
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Setting range: 10-90, Manufacturer's setting: 47
-
Changing the value:
increasing: actuate the "coffee button"
decreasing: actuate the "mocha button"
Checking the setting:
-
Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "hot water button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously actuate
the "rinse button" and the "multibrew button").
-
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Setting the portion size for mocha
Changing the portion size results in a change of the
beverage strength.
Button
-
-
Rinse
button
3x 3x -
Display
Open the left door.
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" three times.
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
Actuate the "multibrew button"three times.
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Setting range: 10 - 90, Manufacturer's setting: 32
-
Changing the value:
increasing: actuate the "coffee button"
decreasing: actuate the "mocha button"
Checking the setting:
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-
Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "hot water button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously
actuate the "rinse button" and the "multibrew
button").
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Setting the portion size for hot water
(The delivery mode for water must be set to portioned)
Button
-
Rinse
button
Open the left door.
-
3x -
Display
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" three times.
-
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
4x -
Actuate the "multibrew button" four times.
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Setting range: 10 - 90, Manufacturer's setting: 40
-
Changing the value:
increasing: actuate the "coffee button"
decreasing: actuate the "mocha button"
Checking the setting:
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Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "hot water button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously actuate
the "rinse button" and the "multibrew button").
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Setting the water quantity for the rinsing process
Button
-
Rinse
button
Open the left door.
-
3x 5x -
Display
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" three times.
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" five times.
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Setting range: 10 - 90, Manufacturer's setting: 47
-
Changing the value:
increasing: actuate the "coffee button"
decreasing: actuate the "mocha button"
Checking the setting:
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-
Actuate the "hot water button".
-
Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously
actuate the "rinse button" and the "multibrew
button").
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Price setting for coffee
(only possible if a paying system is connected)
Button
-
Rinse
button
Open the left door.
-
4x -
Display
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" four times.
-
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Setting range: 1, 2, Manufacturer's setting: 2
-
Changing the value:
increasing: actuate the "coffee button"
decreasing: actuate the "mocha button"
Checking the setting:
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-
Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "hot water button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously
actuate the "rinse button" and the "multibrew
button").
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Price setting for mocha
(only possible if a paying system is connected)
Button
-
Rinse
button
Open the left door.
-
4x 1x -
Display
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" four times
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" once.
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Setting range: 1, 2, Manufacturer's setting: 2
-
Changing the value:
increasing: actuate the "coffee button"
decreasing: actuate the "mocha button"
Checking the setting:
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-
Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "hot water button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously
actuate the "rinse button" and the "multibrew
button").
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Price setting for the delivery of portioned hot water
(only possible if a paying system is connected)
Button
-
Rinse
button
Open the left door.
-
4x 2x -
Display
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" four times.
Actuate the "beverage strength button".
Actuate the "multibrew button" twice.
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button", the
display shows the set value of the menu.
Setting range: 1, 2, Manufacturer's setting: 1
-
Changing the value:
increasing: actuate the "coffee button"
decreasing: actuate the "mocha button"
Checking the setting:
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-
Actuate the "hot water button".
-
Actuate the "multibrew button".
-
Actuate the "coffee" or the "mocha button" and
check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode (simultaneously
actuate the "rinse button" and the "multibrew
button").
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Resetting to the manufacturer's setting
Button
-
Rinse
button
-
-
or
+
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Display
Open the left door.
Simultaneously actuate the "rinse button" and
the "multibrew button".
Select the submenu that shall be reset to the
manufacturer's setting (see chap. Selecting and
displaying values). The designation of the menu
is displayed.
-
Actuate the "coffee" or "mocha button".
The display changes to the value of the
menu.
-
Simultaneously actuate the "coffee" and
the "mocha button". The selected
submenu is reset to the manufacturer's
setting.
-
Check the setting.
-
Quit the programming mode or
select a new menu for adjustment.
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Explanations of the displays
Cup/Pot sensor
activated
Hot Water
Mode
Default number
of Cups
Coffee
Brew Time
Coffee
Mild
Cup/Pot Sensor
deactivated
Mocha
Brew Time
Coffee
Normal
Powder
Dosing
Brewing
Time
Coffee
Strong
Price Setting
Coffee
Cup/Pot sensor
general
Mocha
Mild
Price Setting
Mocha
Rinsing
step by step
Mocha
Normal
Price Setting
Water
Cup/Pot sensor
pot brew
Mocha
Strong
Stop Temperature Low
Cup/Pot
Settings
Time
Coffee
Time
Rinse
Rinsing
without stop
Time
Mocha
Delivery enabled with low
temperature
Coin
terminal
Low
temperature
Setting of
Liquids
Dosing
Factor
Time
Water
Delivery
disabled with
low temperature
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Elimination of malfunctions
Check the fault finding chart below in case of a dispenser malfunction. If
the malfunction cannot be cleared by carriying out the measures
described under "remedy" please contact your dealer or one of the
Wittenborg agencies (last page of this manual).
In case of a malfunction: Switch the dispenser off,
clear the malfunction and switch the dispenser back
on.
REMEDY
DESCRIPTION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
No function and
no display
- Dispenser door open.
- Power supply
disconnected.
Display "LO"
- Water temperature in the - Wait until the water
has been heated.
boiler is too low.
The display
disappears automatically when the
boiler has been
heated.
No beverage
delivery
- Cup or pot not in
delivery area.
All 3 LEDs flash
for 5 sec.
- A beverage delivery was - Close the door
started while the door
was open.
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- Close the door.
- Check the power
supply cable and the
fuses.
- Place the cup or
pot into the
delivery area.
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DESCRIPTION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Display "E0"
- Dosing without water
The display
- Time for product dosing
flashes during
is longer than the time
beverage delivery for water dosing
- Either reduce the
beverage strength
or increase the
water quantity.
(Adjustment is done
in the programming
mode.)
- If the fault cannot
be cleared please
inform the service.
Display "E1"
- Switch the
dispenser off, check
the water connection and hose.
Open the water
cock and switch the
dispenser on.
- Inform the service.
- Water cock closed or
not opened wide
enough.
- Water supply hose not
connected
- Leak in the dispenser
(at the water inlet or at
the valves)
Display "E2"
- Water temperature in the - Switch the dispenser off, wait for a
boiler is not reached in
short time and
prescribed time
switch it on again.
(Keep the door
closed during this
time!)
- Inform the service
- Heating defective.
Display "E3"
- Brewing cylinder or filter
plate not installed or
mounted incorrectly.
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- Switch the dispenser off, insert the
brewing cylinder or
filter plate correctly.
- If necessary inform
the service.
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DESCRIPTION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Display "E4"
- Button was released too
early during the rinsing
process.
- Again actuate the
rinsing button and
the safety switch in
order to complete
the rinsing process.
Display "E5"
- Filter plate calcified
- Brewer unit defective
- Decalcify the filter
plate
- Inform the service.
- Empty the coffee
grounds container
- Coffee grounds
container too full when
using filter paper
Display "E6"
- Drip tray sensor is dirty.
- Clean the drip tray
sensor
Display "E7"
- Incompatible adjustment
- Inform the service.
Display "E8"
- Error in data memory
- Inform the service.
Display "E9"
- Button actuated too long - Switch the
dispenser off and
or clamped.
shortly actuate the
button several
times
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Agencies
If a dispenser error has ocurred that cannot be rectified by means of the
instructions given under "Elimination of malfunctions", or if you need
spare parts please contact the technical customer service of your
dealer.
If there is no customer service near you please contact Wittenborg A/S
Denmark.
Spare parts and accessories are especially designed for Wittenborg FB55 machines. Please be aware that original parts not
delivered by us have not been checked and cleared by us. The
installation and/or use of such products may negatively effect the
design properties of the machine and impair the operation safety.
For damage resulting from the use of parts that are not original
parts and accessories the manufacturer cannot take over any
liability.
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Wittenborg A/S
Seebladsgade 1-3
DK-5000 Odense C
Wittenborg Automaten GmbH
Brüsseler Straße 1
D-30539 Hannover
Tel. [0511] 8788-0
Selecta Avag AG
Dünnernstraße 24
CH-4702 Oensingen
Tel. 62 76 30 90
Douwe Egberts Coffee Systems
Vleutensevaart 35
NL-3500 AB Utrecht
Tel. 0302978012
Wittenborg UK Limited
P.O. Box 25,
Dudley Street
GB-WV 14 OLF Bilston
Tel. 01902 355007
SOCHE PTY. LIMITED
5-7 Keith Campbell Court
Scoresby Vic. 3179
Australia
Tel. 3763 1455
ISS Catering A/S
Ulven vein 92B
Postboks 293 Økern
N-0511 Oslo
Tel. 22885208
Selecta AB
Årstaångsvägen 13
S-11760 Stockholm
Tel. 819 04 45
Wittenborg International
France S.A.R.L.
21, Rue Curie
Z.I. Nord
F-68000 Colmar
Tel. 389 24 67 00
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