Contents SH WMF 800 / 900 / 1000 S / 1000 pro S

Contents SH WMF 800 / 900 / 1000 S / 1000 pro S

Contents SH WMF 800 / 900 / 1000 S / 1000 pro S

Notes for using the manual

Hazard notices

Part 1 Technical information

1/1 Technical information WMF 800 / 900 T1-3

1/2 Technical information WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S

1/3 Views

1/3.1

T1-4

T1-6

WMF 800 / 900 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T1-6

1/4

1/3.2

1/4.1

1/4.2

1/4.3

Views WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T1-7

Water filter T1-8

Water filter 100 for WMF 800 / 900 and 1000 S / 1000 pro S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T1-8

Water filter 200 for WMF 900 and WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T1-8

Water filter adapter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T1-9

Part 2 Engineering

2/1 Grinder with motor and adjusting rod T2-1

2/1.1 Grinder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-2

2/1.2 Adjusting rod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-3

2/2

2/3

2/1.3

2/2.1

2/3.1

2/3.2

2/3.3

2/3.4

2/3.5

Bean hopper with integrated lid on top . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-3

Manual insert T2-5

Manual insert for ground coffee and cleaning tablets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-5

Boiler water system T2-6

Water tank with lid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-7

2/3.1.1 Water tank level sensor T2-8

Water tank inlet assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-9

Flow meter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-9

Oscillation pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-10

Hot water boiler system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-11

2/3.5.1 Hot water boiler and temperature sensor

2/3.5.2 Thermostat

T2-12

T2-14

2/3.6

2/3.7

2/3.5.3 Hot water boiler safety valve

2/3.5.4 Water supply assembly and valves

2/3.5.4.1 Operation of the brewing valve and release valve

T2-14

T2-16

T2-18

2/3.5.4.2 Valve T2-18

Steam boiler system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-19

2/3.6.1 Steam boiler with temperature sensor and electrode (level sensor)

2/3.6.1.1 Level sensor

2/3.6.1.2 Inlet pipe

2/3.6.2 Thermostat

2/3.6.3 Steam boiler safety valve

T2-20

T2-21

T2-22

T2-22

T2-23

2/3.6.4 Cappuccino valve (steam boiler)

2/3.6.5 Steam Jet valve

T2-24

T2-24

Flow Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-26

2/4

2/4.1

2/4.2

2/3.7.1 Components and parts

Brew system and grounds container

T2-26

T2-27

Brewing unit lid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-28

Brewer with drive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-28

2/4.2.1 Outlet piston (top piston with brewing sieve) T2-32

2/4.2.2 Friction piston

2/4.2.3 Lower piston

T2-32

T2-32

2/4.3

2/4.4

2/4.5

2/4.6

Brewing water connection, coffee spout connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-33

Reed switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-33

Brewing unit motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-33

2/4.5.1 Pinion T2-34

Grounds container . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-34

2/5

2/5.1

Dispensing devices T2-36

All-in-One spout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-36

2/5.1.1 Coffee dispensing T2-37

2/5.1.2 Automatic milk and milk foam dispensing T2-38

Hot water dispensing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-39 2/5.2

2/6

2/5.2.1 Dosing procedure hot water

Drip tray and drip tray grid

2/7 Fan

2/8 Electrical / electronics

T2-39

T2-40

T2-42

T2-43

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2/8.1 Front panels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-43

2/8.1.1 Front panel WMF 800 / 900 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-43

2/8.1.2 Front panel WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-43

2/8.1.3 Controller T2-44

2/8.1.4 Controller layout

2/8.1.5 Table

T2-44

T2-45

2/8.2

2/8.3

2/8.4

2/8.5

Power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-46

Heater relay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-47

Illumination WMF 1000 pro S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-47

Cable harnesses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T2-47

Part 3 Cleaning and care

3/1

3/2

3/3

3/4

3/5

3/6

3/7

Machine cleaning using cleaning tablets (with sponge)

Warm-up rinse / coffee system rinse

Automatic milk system rinse Connect&Clean

Manual milk foamer cleaning (milk system)

Cleaning the exterior and interior of the coffee machine

Cleaning the water tank, grounds container, drip tray, bean hopper

Brewing unit cleaning

3/8 Descaling

3/9

3/10

Scale filter insert

Cleaning intervals overview

T3-1

T3-1

T3-1

T3-2

T3-2

T3-2

T3-3

T3-3

T3-4

T3-4

Part 4

4/1

Software

Service program training documentation 5

Part 5 Service

5/1 Start-up

5/1.1

T5-1

General Information for Customer Start-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T5-1

5/2

5/1.2

5/1.3

Information for Checking in a Service Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T5-1

Selection of Customer-Specific Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T5-1

Service and maintenance T5-2

5/2.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T5-2

5/2.2 Safety checks during maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T5-2

5/2.3 Customer Check-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T5-3

5/2.3.1 General Information

5/2.3.2 Care kit for customer check-up (33.2907.4000 and 33.2907.4100)

T5-3

T5-3

5/2.3.3 Customer Check-up Procedure T5-4

5/2.4 Service Maintenance of Coffee Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T5-6

5/2.4.1 General Information

5/2.4.2 Service Maintenance (reference for maintenance)

5/2.4.3 Service Maintenance Procedure

T5-6

T5-8

T5-9

Part 6 Troubleshooting

6/1

6/1.1

6/1.2

User messages on the display T6-1

Operation messages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T6-1

Cleaning and descaling messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T6-1

6/2

6/1.3

6/2.1

Maintenance and care messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T6-2

Error messages and events T6-2

Error messages on the display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T6-2

6/2.2 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T6-4

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Notes for using the manual

Other applicable documents to supplement the manual

• Spare parts lists for WMF 800 (includes WMF 900 with the name E15-titan) and WMF 1000 S and 1000 pro S Piping schematics (03.0400.0021 for

WMF 800/900 and 03.0510.0002 for WMF 1000 S/1000 pro S)

• Service program training documentation

• User manuals WMF 900 and WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S

Update of the manual and associated documents

The manual and the associated documents are updated regularly, and are available for download at any time from www.servicecenter.wmf.de.

You will be informed of any updates via email, so you can keep your records up to date.

Hazard notices

Training Manual Signs and Symbols

Caution.

Hazards to the coffee machine.

Caution.

Risk to the user.

Technical information / basics

Caution.

Hot liquid.

Caution.

Hot surface.

Caution.

Hot steam.

Caution.

Bruising or crushing hazard.

Tip

Instructions

Cross reference

Caution.

The hazard warnings listed here must be familiar and must be followed before opening, repairing, or maintaining the coffee machine.

Shock hazard – live parts

The coffee machine is not fully disconnected from the mains if only switched off!

Prior to any associated work, be shure to disconnect power cord.

Caution.

Line voltage is present at the mains cable connection, the CPU board, the power supply, the heater relays, the boilers at the heater connections, and the Klixon thermal overloads, and their corresponding connecting lines.

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General information

Depressurize hot water boiler / steam boiler

Caution.

Hot water boiler and steam boiler and valves are under pressure and temperature!

Release pressure before carrying out maintenance or repair work and allow to cool off!

Burn hazard

Caution.

Any parts that come into contact with media present a burn hazard.

Scald hazard

Caution.

here is a risk of scalding at spouts and at disconnected or faulty connections due to egress of medium!

Handling of cleaning and descaling agents

Caution.

Health hazard through contact and swallowing.

Please familiarize yourself with the safety data sheets.

Bruising or crushing hazard

Caution. Bruising or crushing hazard exists on the following moving parts:

• Brewing unit

• Grinder

• Grounds container

• Water tank

• Drip tray

• All-in-One spout

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Technical information / basics

Part 1 Technical information

1/1 Technical information WMF 800 / 900

Brewing process

Pot function

Daily / hourly performance **

Average daily use

Nominal power rating *

Energy saving mode

(Consumption at operating temperature, without water dispensing)

Zero Energy function

WMF 800

Coffee specialties with and without milk.

WMF 900

Use the pot function to dispense several cups of café crème at once.

Maximum 35 cups coffee specialties with and without milk and/or milk foam dispensing per day.

4 - 5  liters hot water total amount per hour.

7 cups

1.7 - 2.3 kW

Four Eco-Modes can be selected:

Eco mode 1 w

51 W

Eco-Mode 2 w

42 W (savings of 18 %)

Eco-Mode 3 w

39 W (savings of 24 %)

Eco-Mode 4 w

22 W (savings of 57 %)

Programmable switch-on and switch-off times for individually adaptable power needs; no power is consumed when switched off.

Mains power connection *

1/N/PE~ 50/60 Hz; 220 - 240 V; fused with a maximum of 16 A.

Mains voltage tolerance range

230 V + +6 % -10 %; mains voltage interruption <50 ms no interruption of function

Ambient temperature

Maximum humidity

Accessories

+5 °C to max. +35 °C (empty the water line in case of frost)

80 % relative humidity without condensation, no water spray,

Do not use unit outdoors.

Multitool, cleaning brush, cleaning tablets, milk nozzle, 1.7 mm (transparent), WMF Gasket grease (5 g), milk system cleaner, filter cartridge with adapter.

Degree of protection

Protection class

Water tank capacity

Drip tray capacity

Steam jet cup warmer

Coffee bean hopper

Continuous sound pressure level

External dimensions W/H/D

Weight empty

On-site power connection *

On-site fuses

Others

Procedure

Installation clearances

Built-in electrical connection

IPX0

Protection class I

2.2 litres about 1.0 liters

At the touch of a button, hot steam slowly flows into the cup from below.

250 g (0.75 liters)

<70 dB

305 mm / 400 mm / 443 mm at least 10 A

Coffee machine with dry coffee grounds ejection into the integrated grounds container

Drip tray without drainage.

approx. 15 kg

3 x 1.5²/via isolated ground outlet

For operating, service, and safety reasons, the machine should be installed with a clearance of not less than 50 mm at the back and sides from the building or non-WMF components. A clear height of 1100 mm from the top of the supporting surface should be ensured. Recommended height of the working surface is a minimum of 700 mm and maximum of 900 mm from floor level. A minimum of 320 mm should be planned for remove the brewer.

The power cord must not come into contact with hot surfaces.

No additional user is allowed to be connected to the power connection.

Water supply and drainage

In each case, WMF-specific connection conditions should be observed for water and Power supply. For drinking water with a carbonate hardness above 5 °dH (carbon hardness), a WMF scale filter should be installed.

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General information

1/2 Technical information WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S

Brewing process

Pot function

Daily / hourly performance **

Average daily use

Nominal power rating *

Energy saving mode

(Consumption at operating temperature, without water dispensing)

Zero Energy function

Mains power connection *

Mains voltage tolerance range

Ambient temperature

Maximum humidity

Accessories

Degree of protection

Protection class

Water tank capacity

Drip tray capacity

Steam jet cup warmer

Coffee bean hopper

Continuous sound pressure level

External dimensions W/H/D

Weight empty

On-site power connection *

On-site fuses

Others

Procedure

Installation clearances

Built-in electrical connection

Water supply and drainage

WMF 1000 S

Coffee specialties with and without milk.

WMF 1000 pro S

Use the pot function to dispense several cups of café crème at once.

Maximum 50 cups coffee specialties with and without milk and/or milk foam dispensing per day. 4 - 5  liters hot water total amount per hour.

10 cups

1.7 - 2.3 kW

Four Eco-Modes can be selected:

Eco mode 1 w

47 W

Eco-Mode 2 w

42 W (savings of 11 %)

Eco-Mode 3 w

39 W (savings of 17 %)

Eco-Mode 4 w

22 W (savings of 53 %)

Programmable switch-on and switch-off times for individually adaptable power needs; no power is consumed when switched off.

1/N/PE~ 50/60 Hz; 240 V; fused with a maximum of 16 A.

230 V +6 % -10 %; mains voltage interruption <50 ms no interruption of function.

+5 °C to max. +35 °C (empty the water line in case of frost)

80 % relative humidity without condensation, no water spray, do not use unit outdoors.

Multitool, small cleaning brushes, cleaning tablets, gasket grease (5 g)

Transparent milk nozzle for unrefrigerated milk, steam nozzle (spare part), air intake pipe with cap (spare part)

Milk lance, cleaning brush for the milk lance

IPX0

Protection class I

2.8 litres about 1.0 liters

At the touch of a button, hot steam slowly flows into the cup from below.

280 g (with optional container expansion 600 g)

<70 dB

380 mm/407 mm (with optional container expansion 459 mm) /449 mm approx. 19 kg

3 x 1.5²/via isolated ground outlet at least 10 A

Coffee machine with dry coffee grounds ejection into the integrated grounds container

Drip tray without drainage.

For operating, service, and safety reasons, the machine should be installed with a clearance of not less than 50 mm at the back and sides from the building or non-WMF components. A clear height of 1,100 mm from the top of the supporting surface should be ensured. The height of the installation surface above the floor is at least 850 mm. At least 320 mm clearance must be provided above the machine in order to remove the brewing unit for maintenance and cleaning.

The power cord must not come into contact with hot surfaces.

No additional user is allowed to be connected to the power connection.

In each case, WMF-specific connection conditions should be observed for water and Power supply. For drinking water with a carbonate hardness above 5 °dH (carbon hardness), a WMF scale filter should be installed.

* The local power supply must be constructed according to applicable national regulations (e.g. VDE 0100 for Germany). To improve safety, the coffee machine should be fitted with an FI 30 mA earth leakage current circuit breaker complying with DIN VDE 0664.

If the mains connection lead for this coffee machine is damaged then it must be replaced using an original WMF spare part. No additional user is allowed to be connected to the power connection.

** The given daily / hourly performance is a STANDARD VALUE, which, among other things, is dependent upon the following factors: ground coffee quantity, type of coffee, grinding degree, brew water amount, water hardness and general operating status of the coffee machine (e.g. scaling, connection conditions, electrical power, drinking water, drainage, wear, etc.).

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Model label WMF 800:

Type VAR Mod.

Serial-No.

Prod. Date permissible max. pressure

1.6 M Pa (16 bar)

Technical information / basics

Model label WMF 900:

Type VAR Mod.

Serial-No.

Prod. Date permissible max. pressure

1.6 M Pa (16 bar)

Model label WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S:

Type VAR Mod.

Serial-No.

Prod. Date permissible max. pressure

1.6 M Pa (16 bar)

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General information

1/3 Views

1/3.1 WMF 800 / 900

30

305

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(443,4)

283,7

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1/3.2 Views WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S 

Technical information / basics

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General information

1/4 Water filter

The use of water filter 100 and 200 is recommended for using water with a carbon hardness of more than 5 °dH.

1/4.1 Water filter 100 for WMF 800 / 900 and 1000 S / 1000 pro S

Technical data and dimensions:

100

1/4.2 Water filter 200 for WMF 900 and WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S

Technical data and dimensions:

200

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1/4.3 Water filter adapter

If a water filter is used, an adapter must be set beforehand in the water tank.

Technical information / basics

see User manuals

WMF 800 / 900 / 1000 S / 1000 pro S

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Part 2 Engineering

2/1 Grinder with motor and adjusting rod

The grinder freshly grinds the coffee beans with a horizontal disk grinding mechanism for each brew. The ground coffee is transported by the ground coffee spout to the brewer. The wire at the end of the ground coffee spout ensures that the ground coffee falls into the brewing unit in a controlled way. Dispensing is time-controlled.

The grinding degree can be set on the grinder. The grinder is connected to the motor with a worm gear.

If the bean hopper is empty, this is recognised by the current detection, evaluated by the software and shown on the display.

If the grinder is blocked or there is a short-circuit, this is also recognised by the current detection and shown on the display. Errors are stored in the error list.

Technical data: grinder

Dispensing

Dosing accuracy

Time-controlled: can be set on the beverage settings

± 2 %

Maximum metered quantities

Grinding degree

Empty message

Settings: by the customer from the outside

Over the idle current recognition

Default value: approx. 1.15 g/s in default setting

16 g for basic grinder setting

See User Manual

As of software version 2.18, the empty grinder current can be calibrated individually using the service program

Technical data: bean hopper

Cup volume approx. 250 g

Technical data: grinder motor

Voltage 24 V DC

Idle current

Blocking current acceptable: 1 - 2 A

>7 A

Operating current when grinding

5 - 6 A

Not removable

Service life: grinder

Grinder disks

Complete grinder

Motor

Maximum 90,000 grinding operations at 10 g/grind

With hard beans, appropriately less

90,000 grindings

90,000 grindings

Grinder

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Engineering

2/1.1 Grinder

3

23

17

The motor makes contact with the absorber. It serves to prevent rotation and for damping out noise.

If the grinder is defective, it must be completely replaced. The adjustment rod can be removed beforehand, and reinstalled on the new grinder.

A

Spare parts

• Grinder disk set

• Grinder ground coffee spout

• Complete grinder

• Adjustment drive

Setting the grinding degree of the grinder

The upper grinder knife can be adjusted axially with a threaded screw. This has a take-up part with outer threads for the upper grinder knife. A setting pin grips the outside toothed gear, which attaches the multitool and can be set by turning to press down.

The setting pin is arranged in the bean hopper.

• Turn clockwise: coarser

• Turn counter-clockwise: finder

• Range of settings: 7 AM to 5 PM

• Grinding opening: 0.084 mm to 0.42 mm

• Standard setting when delivered: about 11 AM

Caution: grinding degree is set only during grinder operation.

Error messages on the display

• Grinder blocked

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See instructions, error messages, troubleshooting, part 6.

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Grinder

2/1.2 Adjusting rod

2/1.3 Bean hopper with integrated lid on top

WMF 800 / 900

15b

WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S

Technical data: bean hopper

Fill capacity about 250 g; not removable

Spare parts

• Bean hopper lid

• Top

Error messages on the display

• Refill beans

Technical data: bean hopper

Fill capacity about 280 g; not removable

refill beans confirm beverage

See instructions, error messages, troubleshooting

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Technician instructions

• If the grinder is faulty, the complete grinder must be replaced

• The idle current recognition must be entered in the service program if the grinder is replaced

• If the grinder disks must be replaced or the grinder opened, the grinder must be brought to the base position before putting back into operation.

• If the grinder has been replaced or new grinder disks have been installed, the counter must be set to zero using the service program.

See Chapter 5/2.5.3

“Carry out Service Maintenance” part 6.

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2/2 Manual insert

The coffee machine has a manual insert for ground coffee and cleaning tablets.

2/2.1 Manual insert for ground coffee and cleaning tablets

The insertion chute is closed with a lid. It is monitored by a switch.

WMF 800 / 900 WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S

Manual insert and tablet insert

Spare parts

• Manual insert lid

• Top

The manual insert may only be used for inserting cleaning tablets and ground coffee.

Never allow cleaning powder or coffee beans or water to be placed inside.

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2/3 Boiler water system

Components:

• Water tank

• Flow meter

• Oscillation pump

• Hot water boiler

• Steam boiler

• Brewing water valve

• Hot water dispensing valve

• Safety valve

• Cappuccino valve

• Steam boiler inlet valve

• Release valve

• Steam jet valve (Steam Jet) (not for WMF 800)

• Air pump (WMF 1000 pro S only)

Steam boiler

16 bar

Safety valve

Steam jet valve

5

4

Cappuccino valve

Air pump

Steam boiler inlet valve

Brewing water valve

3

Hot water boiler

Flow meter

Safety valve

16 bar

Hot water valve

Release valve

Water tank

Oscillation pump

Functional principles of the water system

Fresh water is fed by the oscillation pump to the water tank into the hot water boiler.

The required amount is specified by the flow meter.

The oscillator pump produces, depending upon flow, a pressure between 3 and 15 bar.

The brewing water is brought from the hot water boiler through the brewing valve to the brewing unit for brewing. After the brewing process, pressure in the brewing unit is released through the release valve.

All amounts dispensed are monitored by the flow meter. The brew water withdrawal, hot water withdrawal and the supply of the the steam boiler are mutually locked out. While dispensing a beverage, the other beverage buttons are deactivated. The steam boiler produces the steam needed for milk and milk foam preparation, and for preheating the cups (Steam Jet.)

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Before beginning work on the boiler-water system, any pressure in the system must be released.

Caution. Burning and scalding hazard.

For work on the heaters or the hot water boiler / steam boiler with its inlets and temperature limiters, the power cord must be pulled out and the coffee machine power removed.

The following error messages apply in the entire chapter for all positions resulting in too-low flow due to contamination and scaling (calcification) or too-low flow to the flow meter.

Error messages on the display

All faults associated with low flow are recognized by the flow meter. The flow malfunctions are handled in their own chapter, as the evaluation is complicated.

Error without display message

• Hot water is spraying strongly

• Fluctuating metered quantities of hot water

• Long brewing times for coffee

• Fluctuating metered quantities of coffee

• Coffee tastes burned

2/3.1 Water tank with lid

WMF 800 / 900 WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S

See flow errors chapter 2/3.7

See instructions, error messages, troubleshooting

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Technical data: water tank

Water tank volume

WMF 800 / 900

2.2 litres

WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S

2.8 litres

Technical data: microswitch for the water tank lid

12 V input on CPU Switch contact closed

Technician instructions

The lid allows the water tank to be filled higher.

The coffee machine cannot be operated without the lid.

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Possible faults with error messages on the display

• refill water tank

• water tank missing

• Water tank lid open

Spare parts

• Water tank, complete with lid

• Water tank lid

• Water tank sieve

2/3.1.1 Water tank level sensor beverage sel. locked water tank missing beverage sel. locked lid is open beverage sel. locked fill the water tank

The sensor works in a capacitive manner and provides the software both with the empty notification and reporting the presence of the filled water tank.

If the sensor recognizes that the amount to be dispensed is greater than the water left in the tank when it registers empty, dispensing is immediately stopped. If the sensor recognizes empty but the amount remaining to be dispensed is less than the water left in the tank, dispensing is completed and then the empty notification is given.

See instructions, error messages, troubleshooting

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See flow errors chapter 2/3.7

Technical data: water tank sensor

Water tank sensor Signal: 12 V NO

75 ml Empty threshold

WMF 800 / 900

Empty threshold

WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S

80 ml

12 V input on CPU

Can be changed with the service program.

Can be changed with the service program.

Technician instructions

The sensor is connected to the controller.

The sensor is attached to the base pan.

Possible error on the display

• Message “beverage sel. locked - fill the water tank,” cannot be confirmed although the tank is full.

beverage sel. locked fill the water tank

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See flow errors chapter 2/3.7

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2/3.2 Water tank inlet assembly

The water is fed via the water tank coupling under no pressure and by way of the flow meter to the oscillation pump. An inline filter is installed between the water tank coupling and the flowmeter for coffee machines up to serial number 9115. This should prevent contamination clogging the flow meter cover. The hose from the flow meter to the pump is long enough to prevent oscillations from causing erroneous measurements in the flow meter.

* Starting with serial number 9116, a tank valve fitting with a screen insert is installed.

2/3.3 Flow meter

WMF 800 / 900 WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S

Boiler water system

DFM

The flow meter is attached below on the base pan. It measures the amount of water for coffee. This measurement controls the metered quantity, or indirectly, the heating of the hot water boiler.

Technical data: flow meter

Rated voltage ccm / digit

Nozzle jet

Pressure range

5 V about 1 ccm/1 digit

1.2 mm maximum 1 bar

Service life: water tank inlet assembly

O-ring supply union

Flow meter and hoses

1 year, maximum 10,000 brewing cycles

6 years, maximum 90,000 brewing cycles

Error without display message

• Flow meter does not turn

• Flow meter not properly connected

• Hose kinked before or after flow meter

• Flow meter cover clogged

See flow errors chapter 2/3.7

See instructions, error messages, troubleshooting

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2/3.4 Oscillation pump

WMF 800 / 900 WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S

The pump produces pressure for all systems in the coffee machine. It increases the fresh water pressure to brewing pressure for coffee (4 - 9 bar). It is in operation for all coffee operations except for the production of steam.

The pump is attached below to the base pan.

Technical data: oscillation pump

Power supply

Current draw

Supply volume

Maximum pressure

24 V AC 50/60 Hz

48 W

0.65 l/min.

16 bar against the block

Error without display message

• Hot water is spraying strongly

• Fluctuating metered quantities of hot water

• Fluctuating metered quantities after pauses

• Fluctuating metered quantities of coffee

• Pump is very hot in normal operation

• Pump is not working and/or is not delivering pressure

• Non-return valve in pump outlet stuck after long downtime

See flow errors chapter 2/3.7

See instructions, error messages, troubleshooting

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2/3.5 Hot water boiler system

Boiler water system

The hot water boiler prepares hot water for all beverages and supplies the steam boiler. During heating, excess water is drained via the brewing water valve and the release valve (not shown).

The water is fed to the hot water boiler from the oscillation pump via the inlet hose.

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2/3.5.1 Hot water boiler and temperature sensor

The heat is switched using an SSR

(Solid-State Relay). The release valve is switched on every time the heater is switched on, however not during beverage dispensing or when supplying the steam boiler. The temperature is measured with an NTC resistor.

The hot water boiler is protected by the following safety systems against overheating and bursting:

• The temperature sensor switches the heater on and off depending upon the water temperature

• The safety thermostat interrupts the heating circuit if the surface temperature of the hot water boiler exceeds 130  °C.

• The safety valve opens at 16 bar and vents any excess pressure

Both heating elements (hot water and steam boiler) disable each other. If there is a change in heating control, there is a pause (flicker). The hot water boiler is insulated so that as little heat energy as possible is lost.

Technical data: hot water boiler

Heating capacity / voltage/ power consumption

Hot water boiler volume

Pure heating time to heat from 20 °C to 89 °C

Standard: 1 kW/230 V/4.3 A about 0.35 liters

<2 minutes

Purchaser-supplied fuse: at least 10 A

Operating temperature 86 °C-102 °C Customer setting:

60 °C-95 °C

Operating pressure

Test pressure

Technical data: safety valve

12 bar / maximum 14 bar

14 bar

16 bar See hot water boiler safety valve chapter.

Technical data: temperature sensor (NTC)

Resistance at 20 °C

Resistance at 80 °C

Resistance at 90 °C about 12.500 ohms about 1.200 ohms about 900 ohms

Service life: hot water boiler and temperature sensor

maximum 6 years After 6 years, the hot water boiler must be replaced for safety reasons.

Descaling may only be performed with the descaling program and with the intended descaler.

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Fundamental temperature controls:

During initial heating:

™

Test whether the temperature <80 °C

™

Test whether the level sensor is making contact

™

Heat the hot water boiler and steam boiler one after the other to 90 °C

The desired temperature can be set by the customer, from 60 °C to 95  °C

™

Standby heating operation up to the desired temperature

™

Heating the steam boiler up to the desired temperature 130 °C

Standby heating

™

Continuous testing whether the temperature is less than the desired temperature

™

Switch on the heating to 1 °K over the set regulation temperature and, if necessary, over-temperature recovery phase

Pause compensation

The set temperature is increased after pauses in order to compensate for heat loss caused by a cooled brewing system. The maximum heating is 10K after 4 minutes and

10 seconds.

Heating while dispensing

™

When beverages are dispensed, the “brewing water temperature” is set to the

“brewing water temperature + over-temperature beverage dispensing” value, therefore 89 + 7 = 96 °C

Technician instructions

After being replaced, the empty hot water boiler must be filled with water. Otherwise, there is the danger that the heat could burn through the empty hot water boiler.

Error messages on the display

• Display “heating up...” does not turn off

• Display “water temp. sensor”

Errors without display message

• Heating fault

• Heating short-circuit to the medium in the boiler

• NTC fault or cable break or contact resistance at the plug

• CPU

Spare parts

• Hot water boiler with heating system

• Insulation

heating up...

water temp. sensor

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2/3.5.2 Thermostat

The temperature limiters prevent the boiler temperature from increasing too much in the case of a malfunction. If the cut-off temperature is exceeded, the contacts open and are locked.

If there is a leak, the protective covers prevent short-circuits.

The service technician is protected from accidental contact and possible electrocution.

Technical data: thermostat

Shut-off temperature +130 °C ± 6.5 K corresponds to about

3 - 3.5 bar

Technician instructions

After cooling down, the contact can be closed again by pressing the reset button.

The temperature limiter may be screwed in with a maximum of 100 Ncm (proper hand-tightening).

If you tighten the temperature limiter more, you will strip the threads. The sensor would then not make contact correctly and as a consequence it no longer trips due to an overtemperature condition!

If there is mechanical damage or evidence of corrosion, the temperature sensor must be replaced for safety reasons.

Possible errors

• Tripping of the temperature limiter can be traced to faults listed in the hot water boiler chapter

2/3.5.3 Hot water boiler safety valve

The safety valve prevents an unallowed increase in pressure in the boiler due to faults.

See hot water boiler in chapter 2/3.5.4.2

Technical data: safety valve

Opening pressure 16 bar (1.6 MPa)

Service life: safety valve

2 years After 2 years, the safety valve must be replaced for safety reasons

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Technician instructions

In normal operation (when heating, when dispensing beverages and steam dispensing), no water should leak out of the safety valve. Otherwise, there is a fault in the water metering system for all beverages.

A leaking safety valve must be replaced.

The safety valve may not be opened.

It can only be replaced as a complete unit.

Error without display message

• Fluctuating beverage amounts

See instructions, error messages, troubleshooting

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2/3.5.4 Water supply assembly and valves

In the standard configuration, there are four valves in a quad valve bank. This consists of a cappuccino valve, brewing water valve, inlet valve and hot water valve.

The release valve sits in the housing floor.

An additional Steam Jet valve for preheating cups is used in WMF 900,

1000 S, and 1000 pro S coffee machines.

The hot water valve and the hot water dispenser must not be put out of operation.

The brewing valve is installed opposite to the flow direction so that the excess water can be released when the boiler is heated without the boiler pressure climbing to

16 bar (opening pressure for the safety valve).

The release valve is opened when heating in order to discharge excess water.

The oscillating pump is connected for all dispensing operations from the boiler

(brewing, hot water dispensing, steam dispensing).

Technical data: water supply assembly and solenoid valves

Solenoid valves, general

Power supply

Current draw

Brewing valve

Rated voltage 24 V DC

<500 mA

Opening pressure for the brewing valve

0.4 MPa (4 bar) opposite the flow direction!

See the the hot water boiler in chapter 2/3.5.1 and the safety valve in chapter 2/3.5.3

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Service life: valves

Brew valve, hot water valve, release valve

Steam boiler inlet valve maximum 2 years or 30.000 brewing cycles (hot water valve is also replaced during this maintenance) maximum 6 years

Technician instructions

Before replacing a leaking valve, always examine the descaling and filter change counter and descale the coffee machine.

Valves may not be opened.

It must be replaced, complete with all o-rings (without the solenoid.)

Error without display message

• Fluctuating beverage amounts with valve leakage

• Defective release valve: coffee or lots of water in the drip tray

See instructions, error messages, troubleshooting

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2/3.5.4.1 Operation of the brewing valve and release valve

A T-piece is built into the release valve in the brewing water inlet to the brewing unit.

The release valve is controlled through the process described below.

When heating

The brewing valve limits the pressure in the boiler system to about 0.4 MPa/4 bar during the heating phases. The excess water is guided to the drip tray through the release valve, which is open during heating.

During the pre-infusion before the brewing cycle

(prehandling of the ground coffee)

™

The pump switches on, the brewing valve and release valve open

System pre-warms

The water exits out the release tubing into the drip tray

™

The release valve closes

The brewing water for pre-infusion is fed to the ground coffee

™

The pump and brewing valve remain active during the pre-infusion time

After the brewing process

After brewing, the brewing pressure is reduced via the release valve into the drip tray.

During the brewing process, if the pump switches on in the lowering operation, the brewing pressure is reduced via the release valve into the drip tray.

2/3.5.4.2 Valve

If a valve is replaced, the non-wearing components of the solenoid valve remain on the coffee machine.

There are no provisions for replacing a plunger or a plunger guide.

Either the solenoid or the base can be replaced.

Illustration, see water supply assembly and valves chapter 2/3.5.4

Technical service instructions

The flow direction is shown on the valve.

The brewing valve is installed opposite the direction of flow!

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Replacing the solenoid

Before replacing a solenoid valve, the system pressure must be relieved.

™

Unhook the spring clips from the fastening bow

™

Take out the fastening bow

™

Pull the solenoid out

™

Detach the hoses and pull from the valve housing

™

Remove the old valve

™

™

Mount the solenoid and the fastening bow

™

Insert the new valve in the correct flow direction, hand-tighten the union screws

Mount the springs

Spare parts

• Base (incl. O-rings on the connectors)

• Solenoid

2/3.6 Steam boiler system

Boiler water system

Hot steam is prepared in the steam boiler to dispense steam and to use with automatic milk and milk foam dispensing.

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2/3.6.1 Steam boiler with temperature sensor and electrode (level sensor)

The heat is switched using an SSR (Solid-

State Relay). The temperature is measured with an NTC resistor.

The steam boiler is protected by the following safety systems against overheating and bursting:

• The temperature sensor switches the heating element on and off depending upon the steam temperature.

• The safety thermostat interrupts the heating circuit if the surface temperature of the steam boiler exceeds

155 °C.

• The safety valve opens at 16 bar and vents any excess pressure.

See safety valve chapter 2/3.5.3

Both heating elements (hot water and steam boiler) disable each other. If there is a change in heating control, there is a pause (flicker). The steam boiler is insulated so that as little heat energy as possible is lost.

Technical data: steam boiler system

Steam boiler

Steam boiler volume

Volume to the electrode

0.35 litres

Heating element

Heating capacity / voltage/ power consumption

Desired temperature

Safety valve

Standard: 1 kW/230 V

130 °C

Purchaser-supplied fuse: at least 10 A

16 bar See steam boiler safety valve chapter.

Test pressure

Temperature sensor

(2.4 MPa)

Resistance at NTC at 20 °C about 12.500 ohms

Resistance at NTC at 95 °C about 800 ohms

Resistance at NTC at 125 °C about 350 ohms

Service life for the steam boiler and temperature sensor

Maximum 6 years After 6 years, the steam boiler must be replaced for safety reasons.

Descaling may only be performed with the descaling program and with the intended descaler.

Fundamental temperature controls:

If below the desired temperature, the heat turns on until the desired temperature is reached.

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Error messages on the display

• “heating up...”

• “steam temp. sensor”

• “NTC steam”

Errors without display message

• Steam boiler is not heating

• Steam boiler is heating against the medium.

• No milk or milk foam dispensing

Spare parts

• Steam boiler with heating unit and NTC

• Level probe

• Insulation

2/3.6.1.1 Level sensor

The level sensor measures the filling level of the steam boiler.

The evaluation takes place using capacitance with a level control, which is integrated into the controller.

Its function is not affected by an insulating layer of chalk or similar materials. The electrode should only be replaced as a preventive measure during a major inspection because the evaluation is free of wear.

heating up...

level timeout steam temp. sensor

See instructions, error messages, troubleshooting

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Technical data: level probe

Empty threshold 180 digits

Service life: level probe

Level probe 6 years, maximum 90,000 brewing cycles

Technician instructions

Hot water boiler and steam boiler heating are only activated if the level sensor is contacted.

Error without display message

• Level sensor does not switch, no milk or milk foam dispensing; instead, only hot water is dispensed.

See instructions, error messages, troubleshooting

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2/3.6.1.2 Inlet pipe

The inflow comes directly from the hot water boiler via the inlet valve.

2/3.6.2 Thermostat

The temperature limiters prevent the steam boiler temperature from increasing too much in the case of a malfunction. If the cut-off temperature is exceeded, the contacts open and are locked.

The protective covers prevents shortcircuits if there is a leak.

The service technician is protected from accidental contact and possible electrocution.

Technical data: thermostat

Shut-off temperature +155 °C ± 5 K corresponds to about

3 - 3.5 bar

Thermostat service life:

Thermostat

90,000 brewing cycles or a maximum of 6 years

Technician instructions

After cooling down, the contact can be closed again by pressing the reset button.

The temperature limiter may be screwed in with a maximum of 100 Ncm (proper hand-tightening).

If tripped without an apparent reason, then the hot water boiler and the CPU must be replaced.

If there is mechanical damage or evidence of corrosion, the temperature sensor must be replaced for safety reasons.

Error message on the display

• Tripping of the temperature limiter can be traced to faults listed in the steam boiler chapter

• Display “heating up...” does not turn off after being switched off and on.

heating up...

See steam boiler chapter

See instructions, error messages, troubleshooting

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2/3.6.3 Steam boiler safety valve

The safety valve prevents an unallowed increase in pressure within the boiler.

The safety valve is connected to the steam boiler with a T-piece.

Boiler water system

Technical data: safety valve for the steam boiler

Opening pressure 16 bar

Service life for the steam boiler safety valve

2 years After 2 years, the safety valve must be replaced for safety reasons

Technician instructions

In normal operation, no steam should issue from the safety valve.

If tripped without an apparent reason, then the hot water boiler and the CPU must be replaced.

The safety valve may not be opened.

It may only be replaced as a complete unit.

Error without display message

• Safety valve leaks, steam continues to issue from the release pipe into the drip tray.

See instructions, error messages, troubleshooting

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2/3.6.4 Cappuccino valve (steam boiler)

The cappuccino valve is responsible for automatic milk and milk foam dispensing.

Technical data: cappucino valve

Power supply, valves Rated voltage 24 V DC

Current consumption, valves <500 mA

Service life cappuccino valve

Cappuccino valve maximum 2 years, exchange during maintenance

Spare parts

• Valve without magnet 2.7 mm width, travel

• Magnet body

• Hose adapter

2/3.6.5 Steam Jet valve

The Steam Jet valve is used for preheating cups WMF 900, 1000 S, and

1000 pro S coffee machines.

Technical data: Steam Jet valve

Power supply, valves Rated voltage 24 V DC

Current consumption, valves <500 mA

Service life: Steam Jet valve

Steam Jet valve maximum 2 years, exchange during maintenance

Technician instructions

Before replacing a leaking solenoid valve, always examine the descaling and filter change counter and descale the coffee machine.

Valves may not be opened.

It must be replaced, complete with all o-rings (without the solenoid.)

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Error without display message

• Problems with milk and milk foam dispensing due to a leaking or defective steam valve

Spare parts

• Valve without magnet 1.5 mm width, travel

• Magnet body

2/3.6.4.1 Solenoid valves

See Chapter 2/3.5.4.2

2/3.6.4.2 Cappuccino pump (air pump) for WMF 1000 pro S only

An air pump is connected to a Y-fitting in the steam line from the cappuccino valve to the combi spout. Fresh milk is drawn into the combi spout by the mixture of air and steam, which foams the milk. If no air is added, warm milk is dispensed.

See instructions, error messages, troubleshooting

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Technical data: air pump

Power supply

Current draw

Fixed air aperture in intake hose

Additional run time

(fixed setting)

Nominal voltage 24 V DC; with grid voltage regulator to 18 V

<0.5 A

0.2 mm

3 s

Errors without error message

• Air pump clogged or defective; milk does not foam

Line is blown out after pauses of > 7 minutes

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2/3.7 Flow Errors

The flow meter is the sensor that recognizes the cause of faults if the flow is too slow for any brewing operation, beverage metering and for steam boiler inflow. Pressure that is too high in the brewing system can be detected indirectly by monitoring flow.

The less water pumped by the oscillating pump with low flow, the greater the pressure.

This can, for example, be caused by a clogged brewing sieve, which allows the pressure to increase so much in the brewing unit that the bursting pressure could be reached.

This is prevented by software.

2/3.7.1 Components and parts

The most frequent errors which the customer can fix are shown here:

• “Refill water tank”

• “Grinding too fine?”

• “Machine cleaning”

Components which can cause flow errors: flow meter

• Hose before and after the flow meter (kinked or crimped)

• Pump

• Filter old / used up

• Water tank fine sieve clogged

• Brewing unit (inlet, hose to the brewing unit, lower piston or upper piston)

• Coffee spout Y-piece

• Flowmeter contaminated

For all error messages, check the flow errors:

• is there air in the system (bleed coffee machine via hot water dispensing)

In the case of clogging on or after:

• Hot water valve

• Steam boiler inlet valve

Due to the stoppage, the brewing valve is forced open by the high pressure, and water runs into the brewing chamber.

beverage sel. locked fill the water tank grinding too fine?

clean machine

See instructions, error messages, troubleshooting

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Brewing system, grounds container and cover

2/4 Brew system and grounds container

The brewing unit is arranged to the right of the grounds container. The grounds container is monitored by a microswitch.

Functional principles

The brewer is a vertically mounted piston brewer with a fixed upper piston and a moving brewing chamber with lower piston. The coffee is brewed from the bottom up.

The brewing setting is started with a magnetic limit switch which registers the insertion of a cartridge. Sensors detect the basic position.

The pressing power is determined by voltage measurement. The coffee grounds is ejected using a forcibly-activated scraper. Ground coffee is added at the pivoting insertion funnel, which is attached to the coffee machine. This insertion funnel is spring-loaded and moves appropriately into the brewing position.

The brewing unit can be moved outside the coffee machine with the multitool in all positions.

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2/4.1 Brewing unit lid

WMF 800 / 900 WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S

In order to access the brewing unit, the brewing unit cover must be removed. For weekly cleaning, the brewing unit can be pulled out from the top, and the interior of the machine will be easier to clean.

2/4.2 Brewer with drive

1. Brewing unit motor

2. Spindle

3. Friction piston

3.1 Spring for friction piston

4. Piston below (brewing water entry into the cylinder)

5. Brewing cylinder

6. Discharge piston with cover (0.6 mm opening)

7. Insertion funnel

8. Scraper

9. Brewing water inlet

10. Aperture

11. Angle

12. Side parts, left and right

13. Pinion

Brewing unit cleaning see User Manual

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3.1

The ground coffee is moved from the ground coffee spout of the grinder over the funnel into the open brew chamber.

Scattered ground coffee can reach the tub bottom and must be regularly cleaned out.

The drive is supplied by the brewing motor, the power is transferred over a pinion.

Import bevels on the pinion can set the brewer in nearly all positions. The pinion grips against the teeth of the brewer spindle. On the other hand, the brewer spindle setting can be corrected with the multitool before replacing.

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Basic position / filling

The brew cylinder is somewhat underneath the middle of the complete lifting area. The lower piston is at the lower end of the brewing cylinder. This makes the maximum cylinder volume available for filling with ground coffee.

The ground coffee is filled by the grinder over the inlet and into the funnel.

Brewing

The brewing cylinder and piston are at the upper end of the lifting range when the funnel is swung away. The outlet piston closes the brewing cylinder on top and the ground coffee is pressed on it. The brewing water is pressed from underneath in the brewing cylinder and the coffee runs up through the outlet piston and the angle piece to the spout.

Both positions, “open brewing cylinder” and “post-pressing” are differentiated only slightly from this position. When

“Open brewing cylinder” is selected, the brewing cylinder is move downward by a few millimeters after pressing and pre-steeping the ground coffee. With post-pressing, after the brewing process the brewing cylinder is moved slightly upward and held in this position for a short period of time in order to press out the remaining water in the coffee grounds through the supply pipe and through the release valve.

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Grounds disposal

The brewing cylinder and piston are at the lower end of the lifting area.

The friction piston presses the lower piston through the brewing cylinder up to its upper edge. The scraper throws the pressed coffee grounds away with a swinging movement. After the grounds are discharged, the brewing cylinder and piston move back down to the base position for the next fill cycle.

Technical data: brewing unit

Capacity

Start in the insertion position

Moves for all other positions

Brew aperture

6 to 0.53 oz over the reed switch over current evaluation to the central power supply

0.6 mm

5 V input on CPU analog input to the control

Driving commands table:

From

Ejection position

Insertion position

Pressing position

Brewing position

Dry pressing position

Unknown position (e.g. after insertion of the brewing unit, network off-on, ON/OFF, etc.)*

After

Insertion position

Pressing position

Brewing position

Dry pressing position

Ejection position

Insertion position

Action

Full movement upwards until it meets the switch

Full movement upwards until reaching the press value given by the software. Only start when the reed sensor is activated

Brewing unit moves in respect to the setting of the “pre-brew of ground coffee”

Full movement upwards until the post-press current is reached; stop for a set post-press time

(5 seconds)

Full movement downwards until the blocking current is reached

Always moves downward, over the ejection position into the insertion position

*) After power off and on, after resets and after opening the brew cover, basically it drives from the ejection position to the insertion position.

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Brewing system, grounds container and cover

Technician instructions

• If an O-ring must be replaced due to wear, all O-rings should be replaced.

• If the grounds container is taken off, the coffee machine cannot be operated. The display shows “grounds container not present.”

• If the brewer is taken off, the coffee machine cannot be operated. The display shows: “Place brewer”.

• If the brewer lid is opened, the coffee machine cannot be operated. The display shows: “lid open”.

Error messages on the display

• Place brewer (brewer not placed).

• Brewer limit switch (base position not recognized)

• Clear flow stopped, Grinding too fine?, brewer clogged.

Errors without display message

• Brewer makes slight rattling sounds

• A lot of fresh ground coffee in the grounds container and on the brewing unit

• Coffee grounds not dry

• Brewer leak

• Brewing unit ripped

• Brewer cannot be placed

Spare parts

• Outlet piston *

• Lower pistons *

• Snap ring for lower piston *

• O-rings

• Friction piston *

• Spring for friction piston *

• Scraper

• Insertion funnel

• Right and left springs for the insertion funnel

• Add-on components *

• Pusher

* = own chapter

place brewer brewer end switch clear flow stopped

Error messages, instructions, troubleshooting see Part 6

For flow faults, see chapter 2/3.7 Flow faults

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2/4.2.1 Outlet piston (top piston with brewing sieve)

The piston is affixed to the brewing sieve. The coffee is filtered through the brewing sieve. The brewed coffee is directed over a cover (0.6 mm) directly to the All-in-One spout.

Error without display message

If the upper piston is obstructed, an error is recognized by the flowmeter.

Spare parts

• Complete outlet piston

2/4.2.2 Friction piston

The friction piston affixes the basic position for the lower piston which releases the brewing chamber. The spring assures the necessary holding power.

Technician instructions

If the spring is not present, there will be a lot of ground coffee around the brewing chamber.

Spare parts

• Complete friction piston

• Spring

2/4.2.3 Lower piston

The lower piston serves to let in the brewing water. The brewing water reaches the brewing chamber if the lower piston lays properly on the lower stop of the brewing chamber. The lower piston is brought upon lifting the brewing unit into this position by the friction piston.

If the drill holes of the piston are obstructed, the brewing water reaches the ring gap to the outside diameter, well-distributed in the ground coffee.

After remove and replace the brewing unit, a brewing cannot run correctly if the limit switch is impacted after replacing, and the lower piston cannot reach the insertion position (lowest position in the brew chamber). This is unavoidable due to the principle.

Spare parts

• Lower piston complete

• Snap ring

• Complete brewing cylinder

See flow errors chapter 2/3.7

Error messages, instructions, troubleshooting see part 6

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2/4.3 Brewing water connection, coffee spout connection

Brewing system, grounds container and cover

2/4.4 Reed switch

The insertion position is recognized by the reed switch over the magnet which sits on the side of the scraper.

2/4.5 Brewing unit motor

WMF 800 / 900 WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S

The brewer motor is screwed to the base pan with three screws. In addition, a plastic cover is glued over the screws.

There is a pinion with a D-surface which transmits power, and is secured with a snap ring.

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Technical data: brewing motor and current sensor

Brewer motor

Power supply 24 VDC Power supply can only be qualitatively measured with an instrument, not quantitatively, because the motor is clock-controlled.

Current sensor

Central current sensor on the power supply

Grinder and brewer are sequentially controlled and evaluated

Technician instructions

The fastener screws are glued to the motor with Loctite 243.

2/4.5.1 Pinion

Pay attention to the insertion position of the pinion so that the brewing unit can be inserted again even if there is slight twisting.

Technician instructions:

The import bevels must point upward in the inserted position.

2/4.6 Grounds container

WMF 800 / 900 WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S

The presence of the grounds container is monitored by a microswitch. The filling status of the grounds container is counted with software.

If the grounds container is removed after full message or in operation, the message:

“grounds container emptied?” is shown on the display. After confirming with

yes

the counter is deleted.

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Brewing system, grounds container and cover

Fill level monitoring for the grounds container

Fill level for the grounds container

130 seconds dosing time in the grinder

1.30 g/second as delivered and 9 g/grind, this gives a capacity of about 21 brewings or about

189 g ground coffee.

Notification of presence

With removed grounds container, the micro switch is opened and the 24 V power supply is interrupted.

Spare parts

• Complete grounds container

• Microswitch

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2/5 Dispensing devices

2/5.1 All‑in‑One spout

When there is a dispensing through the All-in-One spout, coffee and milk foam are distributed at the same time from two spouts. Two cups are filled at the same time.

WMF 800 / 900 / 1000 S WMF 1000 pro S

Technical data: All‑in‑One spout

Height adjustment WMF 800 / 900

Height adjustment WMF 1000 S

Height adjustment WMF 1000 pro S

Lock-in position

Dosing accuracy for coffee, right and left

Dosing accuracy for coffee from brew to brew

Dosing accuracy for milk foam, right and left

Dosing accuracy for milk / milk foam together

63 - 136 mm

63 - 136 mm

62 - 135 mm not adjustable

+/-5 %

+/-5 %

+/-8 %

+/-8 %

Service life: All‑in‑One spout

All-in-One spout maximum 6 years / 90,000 movements

Elastomer nozzle (steam nozzle) 1 year (hygiene)

Milk foamer 1 year (hygiene)

Milk system If there is high wear / high hygiene requirements, the part must be exchanged if needed.

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Technician instructions

If the coffee has been dispensed in an uneven way, first the Y-piece, that distributes the coffee to the two spouts, and the hoses need to be examined for contamination and may have to be replaced.

If the milk foam is dispensed in an uneven way, the All-in-One spout and the steam nozzle must be examined for contamination and, if necessary, replaced.

Spare parts

• Complete All-in-One spout

• Holder, All-in-One spout limit switch

• Milk hose assembly

• Complete milk foamer

• Y connector

• Screws

• Complete air intake cap.

• Complete air intake tube

• Ejector

• Microswitch without a roller

• Elastomer nozzle (steam nozzle)

2/5.1.1 Coffee dispensing

The coffee is guided from the brewing unit to a Y piece, which distributes the contents evenly to both spouts. Two hoses guide it further to the All-in-One spout.

Technician instructions

The Y piece must be horizontally installed and/or affixed.

Error without display message

• Uneven dosing right and left

• Coffee spout overruns

• Coffee runs too slowly

• Foamer doesn't stay (falls downward)

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2/5.1.2 Automatic milk and milk foam dispensing

After the cappuccino valve opens, an underpressure is created by a steam stream through the steam nozzle. This sucks in the milk. In the milk foamer, the steam-air mixture is combined in the milk, which heats and foams the milk.

Without additional air (All-in-One spout at top position for WMF 800, 900, and

1000 S), milk is heated and dispensed.

Technical data for milk nozzles (for WMF 800, 900, and 1000 S)

Milk nozzle for the use of cooled milk at <12 °C brown (Ø 1.5 mm)

Milk nozzle for the use of warm milk at >12 °C

Maximum milk foam dispensing temperature

Maximum milk dispensing temperature transparent (Ø 1.7 mm)

65 °C

60 °C

Technical data for milk nozzles (for 1000 pro S)

Milk nozzle for use with chilled milk 8 °C and open milk lance

Maximum milk foam dispensing temperature

Milk nozzle for use with chilled milk 8 °C and closed milk lance

Maximum milk foam dispensing temperature

Milk nozzle for use with warm milk 22 °C and open milk lance

Maximum milk foam dispensing temperature

Milk nozzle for use with chilled milk 22 °C and closed milk lance

Maximum milk foam dispensing temperature black (Ø 1.3 mm)

48 °C black (Ø 1.3 mm)

60 °C black (Ø 1.3 mm)

60 °C black (Ø 1.3 mm)

80 °C

Technician instructions

The instructions in the User Manual about dealing with the milk system must be observed.

The milk intake hose is designed for the use of a provided cooler.

Error without display message

• Uneven dosing right and left

• Milk too cold

• Milk sprays/is too hot

• Milk is not drawn in

See User Manual, Care chapter

Error messages, instructions, troubleshooting see Part 6

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2/5.2 Hot water dispensing

The hot water spout is always present, because it is need for descaling in addition to dispensing hot water for tea beverages. The hot water spout must be neither closed off nor taken off.

WMF 800 / 900 WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S

Welcome

Error without display message

• No hot water dispensed, even though the pump is running

• Water leaks out (hot water spout is leaky)

Spare parts

• Hose coupling

2/5.2.1 Dosing procedure hot water

When the hot water dispensing is started, the pump and the heating is switched on.

The dispensing can be stopped by pressing the hot water button again.

When the hot water button is held down, water is dispensed in free flow.

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2/6 Drip tray and drip tray grid

WMF 800 WMF 900

WMF 1000 pro S / 1000 S

The fill level of the drip tray is not monitored electronically. It can be taken out without taking out the water tank or the grounds container.

A float is integrated to indicate its level. The drip tray grid is loosely laid on the drip tray. The drip tray grid for the WMF 900, 1000 S, and 1000 pro S is equipped with a steam jet for preheating cups.

The release water is guided through the release hose into the drip tray.

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Drip tray

Technical data: drip tray

Drip tray capacity

Level indicator

1 l

Float

Error without display message

Water runs during the brewing in addition to warm rinsing into the drip tray

• No message when cleaning that the drip tray must be emptied

• The drip tray can quickly run over

Error messages, instructions, troubleshooting see part 6

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2/7 Fan

Technical data: fan

Rated voltage

Capacity

24 V DC

2.4 W

Error without display message

• Fan is not running

Spare parts

• Fan

The fan draws in cooler outside air.

The steam which is produced in the dispensing of a cappuccino in the coffee machine is taken out of the machine interior due to excessive pressure. The temperature and the humidity in the coffee machine are reduced, and components conserved.

Error messages, instructions, troubleshooting see part 6

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2/8 Electrical / electronics

2/8.1 Front panels

The differences between the front panels are highlighted in the following subchapters.

2/8.1.1 Front panel WMF 800 / 900

The “Front panel, complete” consists of the operator control panel and the display. The operator control panel and display cannot be individually replaced.

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Technical data: front panel

Front panel with touch controls

4 beverage buttons,

1 hot water button,

1 milk / milk foam button

Five operator buttons (Steam Jet button for WMF 900)

Capacitative buttons under the glass panel, all with

LED lighting controlled by the CPU.

2/8.1.2 Front panel WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S

The front panel consists of the stainless steel cover, the button panel, the display, and the tinted display cover.

The front panel can only be replaced as a complete unit.

WMF 1000 S / 1000 pro S

Technical data: front panel

Front panel

4 beverage buttons

1 hot water button,

1 milk / milk foam button

4 control buttons

Pushbuttons on the stainless steel cover, all with LED lighting controlled by the CPU.

When working with the CPU, take appropriate ESD precautions, cut off the power supply to the coffee machine, and unplug the coffee machine. Do not touch the controller until your body is connected to the protective ground of the coffee machine.

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Error without display message

• Beverage buttons do not react

• The display lighting does not function

Spare parts

• Front panel, complete

2/8.1.3 Controller

In addition to the inputs and outputs, the following interface is provided on the controller:

• USB (interface for the service technician)

Outputs are generally connection to ground, while the voltage (12 V or 24 V) is applies to the components (valves, motors, etc.)

Spare parts

• Programmed complete controller

2/8.1.4 Controller layout

Error messages, instructions, troubleshooting see part 6

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2/8.1.5 Table

X8

X10

X11

X12

X13

X14

X5

X6

X7

Connector

X1

X2

X3

X15

X16

X18

X20 direct connection lower cable harness

X21

X22

X23 direct connection upper cable harness

X24

F1

Connection

Water heating

Transformer primary

Transformer secondary

Steam heating

Power line input 220 V

Power line pushbutton panel

Ground

Flow meter

Water tank sensor

USB interface

Front panel

Front panel display

NTC water

NTC steam

Power line pushbutton active panel

Lid 1

Lid 2

Drip tray

Manual insert

Brewer end switch

Oscillation pump

Release valve

Brewer motor

Optional air pump 1000 pro S

Grinder

Level probe

Grounds container

Tank

Milk foamer

Fan

Brewing valve

Hot water valve

Steam valve

Inlet valve

Steam jet valve (Steam Jet)

Optional illumination 1000 pro S

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2/8.2 Power supply

The power supply is connected with a plug to the controller. The controller supplies the transformer. The transformer delivers voltage for:

• A 12 V part for supplying the logic,

• A 24 V part for the 24 V loads such as, for example, the magnetic piston pump, fan, air pump, heat relay,

There are various inputs and outputs on the CPU board; see table.

Toroidal transformer

Switching on the 12/24 V supply for the coffee machine:

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Turn on the ON/OFF switch on the operator control panel

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Via the 5 V power supply input the controller switches on

Technical data: toroidal transformer

5.1 V voltage

24 V voltage

Mains input maximum voltage compliance at 230 V

Line frequency oadable up to 1 A oadable up to 7 A

Nominal voltage 230 V (as delivered) or nominal voltage 120 V

175 - 264 V

47 - 63 Hz

Technician instructions

If the 5 V supply is overloaded, the coffee machine switches off because the controller has no power.

If the internal device fuse has tripped, as a rule the power supply is defective and the power supply must be replaced.

Error without display message

• No 12 V and no 24 V available for controller

• No 5 V available

See troubleshooting chapter part 6

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2/8.3 Heater relay

The heater relay has two circuits for the hot water boiler and the steam boiler heaters.

The controller only powers the heaters separately. This ensures that the total heating power does not exceed 2 kW.

Technical data:

Activation by relay

Current load

Load voltage

24 V loadable up to a maximum of 25 A

230 V

Technician instructions

If traces of corrosion or oxidation are visible on the relay or the connections, replace the SSR, the heating cable harness or the boiler if contact resistance is suspected.

Error without display message

• Hot water boiler overtemperature

• Heating time of the hot water boiler

• Steam boiler overtemperature

• Heating time of the steam boiler

2/8.4 Illumination WMF 1000 pro S

The 1000 pro S coffee machines are equipped with an LED light.

It is located in the panel between the grounds container and the water tank, and illuminates the grounds container and water container.

See troubleshooting chapter part 6

Technical data: illumination

Rated voltage

Voltage LED

Current

Total LED voltage

Total LED power

24 V DC

3.2 V

80 mA approx. 13 V about 1.0 W

2/8.5 Cable harnesses

All cable harnesses are provided in the basic configuration of the coffee machine.

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Part 3 Cleaning and care

Regular cleaning is essential in order to ensure problem-free operation of the coffee machine and to ensure optimum coffee quality. Cleaning is done only every 27 days or

230 brewing cycles for the small coffee machines. In order to prevent the brewer from breaking if the brewing chamber becomes clogged, cleaning tablets with a sponge must be used.

During cleaning, the sponge swells up, thus ensuring a defined water flow rate in the brewing chamber during cleaning.

3/1 Machine cleaning using cleaning tablets (with sponge)

How often the coffee machine is cleaned depends on its use.

WMF 800: more than 25 brewing cycles within 7 days

WMF 800: less than 25 brewing cycles within 7 days

WMF 900 / 1000 S / 1000 pro S:

After 230 brewing cycles or 7 days, the request for machine cleaning appears.

After 230 brewing cycles or 14 days, the request for machine cleaning appears.

After 220 brewing cycles or 27 days, the request for machine cleaning appears.

The request for manual milk system cleaning appears weekly.

If these recommendations are not followed, the coffee machine is disabled after another 30 brew cycles or 2 days until cleaning has been properly performed.

Counting the time until the next cleaning starts with the first beverage brewed after the last cleaning.

3/2 Warm-up rinse / coffee system rinse

When switched on, a warm-up rinse is performed. The water quantity is 60 ml. If the hot water temperature in the hot water boiler is >70 °C, a warm-up rinse is not performed.

When the machine is switched off, a coffee system rinse is performed unless no beverage was brewed since being switched on.

The warm-up rinse can be started manually by means of the customer-care menu to warm up the brewing system.

3/3 Automatic milk system rinse Connect&Clean

The request to rinse the milk system is shown automatically in the display after removing a milk beverage after 20 minutes has passed.

The monitoring period begins when the last milk beverage is removed. If the preset interval of 20 minutes has passed without a milk beverage being removed again in the meantime, the request to rinse the milk system appears in the display. At the same time as the message is being displayed, the steam valve is opened twice for

0.5 seconds. This serves to clean the elastomer nozzle (steam nozzle.)

Waiting time: 20 minutes

Rinse water volume: 90 ml pulsed

Pulse of steam: 1 x 4 s

The request for rinsing the milk system can be postponed by pressing the C button.

When the machine is switched off, the milk system is automatically rinsed. If power is lost or if the machine is switched off by a programmed timer, the milk system is automatically rinsed the next time the machine is switched on.

Milk system rinse see User manual Care chapter

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3/4 Manual milk foamer cleaning (milk system)

All surfaces coming into contact with milk must be thoroughly cleaned at least once per day for hygiene reasons! The milk intake hose should be replaced at regular intervals.

All parts of the milk system must be cleaned thoroughly at least once a week.

Proceed as follows:

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Remove the grounds container and water tank from the coffee machine

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Remove the hose from the milk container and the hose guide

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Pull the All-in-One spout downward

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Operate the release on the back of the All-in-One spout

Remove the milk hose from the All-in-One spout

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Remove the milk nozzle from the milk hose

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Unscrew the air intake pipe (not for 1000 pro S)

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Unscrew air intake cap from the air intake pipe (not for 1000 pro S)

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Press the All-in-One spout on a solid surface. The top and bottom parts loosen and can then be separated

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Stir one measuring cap of WMF milk system cleaner into 200 ml of water in a container

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Place all parts of the milk system in the cleaning solution for 5 hours or overnight

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Then rinse all parts thoroughly with running warm water

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Screw air intake cap onto the air intake pipe (not for 1000 pro S)

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Screw the air intake pipe back in (not for 1000 pro S)

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Insert the milk nozzle into the milk hose

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Push the All-in-One spout from below and engage the latch

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Replace the milk hose on the All-in-One spout

Push All-in-One spout all the way down

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Insert the milk hose into the guide

Additional recommendations: in any case but particularly with low flow or when using milk that is not refrigerated, an intermediate cleansing should be performed after 4 to 6 hours of operating time.

3/5 Cleaning the exterior and interior of the coffee machine

Prior to front panel cleaning, switch off the coffee machine using the ON/OFF button. The interior of the coffee machine (the brewer, brewer compartment, drip tray, grounds container) and the water tank are easily accessible for cleaning. When cleaning the interior, make sure that no contamination (ground coffee) gets into the water tank coupling!

3/6 Cleaning the water tank, grounds container, drip tray, bean hopper

Before bean hopper cleaning, switch off the coffee machine and disconnect it from the power system.

Never clean the grounds container, water tank and drip tray in a dishwasher and never use any cleaner additives.

The water tank and the grounds container can easily be removed from the coffee machine. When removing the grounds container, make sure that the milk hose is not in front of the grounds container. Remove the grounds container and the water tank, empty them and rinse them under running water. Clean the grounds container thoroughly and let it dry. Then place it back into the coffee machine.

Remove the the drip tray with the drip tray grid, empty it and rinse it with water. Place the drip tray and drip tray grid.

Wipe out the bean hopper with a dry, lint-free cloth.

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3/7 Brewing unit cleaning

The brewing unit and the brewer compartment must be thoroughly cleaned regularly.

Before cleaning, switch off the coffee machine and disconnect it from the power system.

Never clean the brewer in a dishwasher and never use any cleaner additives.

The brewing unit must cool off before cleaning.

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Switch off the coffee machine using the ON/OFF button, disconnect the mains plug

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Open the brewer lid

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Grip the brewing unit at the top using your thumb and forefinger

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Lift the brewing unit up out

™

Operate the release of the brewer using your other hand

Unscrew the thread on the brewing unit head counterclockwise using the multitool until the scraper folds forwards

™

Clean the brewing sieve under running water with no pressure, or with a cloth

™

Rinse the brewing unit under running water

™

Dry the brewing unit with a cloth. Allow to dry completely before reinstalling in the coffee machine

™

Take the water tank and the grounds container out of the coffee machine and remove coffee grounds left in the brewer compartment using a vacuum cleaner

(do not let coffee grounds reach the water connection)

™

Check the O-rings for contamination and damage

™

Screw the brewing unit back on clockwise using the multitool until the scraper closes again

™

Replace the brewing unit once it is dry

™

Place the brewing unit until the lock engages; on the other hand, the brewer spindle setting can be corrected with the multitool

™

Close the brewer lid

3/8 Descaling

Descaling is needed after the machine has processed the amount of water given in the following table but after one year at the latest.

Descaling table

Liters until descaling

588

456

348

258

75

Water hardness (°dH)

0 - 4

5 - 8

9 - 12

13 - 16

> 16

After another 25 liters, beverage brewing is disabled and a request is made for descaling.

The machine is not enabled again until it has been properly descaled.

When using a water filter, the descaling request is handled as for a water hardness of

0 - 4 °dH.

Rinsing amounts

Amount of water, descaling cycle

Descaling rinse water

Descaling / rinsing hot water valve

3 x 600 ml

1900 ml

300 ml

After descaling, the coffee machine must be cleaned using a cleaning tablet. The coffee machine is rinsed again during this process.

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Cleaning and care

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Cleaning and care

3/9 Scale filter insert

The use of a water filter is recommended with a water hardness of more than 5 °dH.

Replacing the water filter is requested in accordance with the following table or after

90 days.

Water hardness (°dH) Filter capacity, water filter 100

(liters)

0

Filter capacity, water filter

200 (liters)

0 0 - 4

125

85

62

40

250

170

124

80

5 - 8

9 - 12

13 - 16

> 16

The 200 water filter can be used only with the WMF 1000 S and 1000 pro S in conjunction with the office function. The 200 water filter is not used with the

WMF 800 and 900.

3/10 Cleaning intervals overview

Care

Description, see x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

Warm-up rinse / coffee system rinse

User Manual

All-in-One spout cleaning User Manual

Milk system rinse Connect&Clean User Manual

Milk system cleaning User Manual

Coffee machine cleaning

Brewing unit cleaning

Grounds container cleaning

Water tank cleaning

Drip tray cleaning

Bean hopper cleaning

Casing cleaning

Filter change

Descaling

User Manual

User Manual

User Manual

User Manual

User Manual

User Manual

User Manual

User Manual

User Manual x O x

Daily = Daily, at least once per day and as required

Weekly = Weekly cleaning

Regularly = Regularly as required

Required = As required

Optional = Optional (depending on the model)

(x) = Daily as required

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Part 4 Software

4/1 Service program training documentation

WMF 900 S/1000 S

Training Documentation

Service Program

KMT Technical Support

Axel Klang

Edition: October 2012

1 Preamble

The coffee machines WMF 900 S / 1000 S are the two smallest coffee machines in the WMF product range. Both coffee machines come from the consumer coffee machines line which has so far only been sold through the retail business and directly to the end customer.

Save for a few differences, the following description is also valid for similar machine types such as WMF 800 / WMF 900touch / WMF 900Black etc.

At the WMF coffee machines for professional use – with the exception of WMF 1200 – all coffee machine specific settings can be carried out display-guided directly at the coffee machine. However, at the consumer coffee machines this has to be done through laptop and service program. For example, after a completed maintenance the service counter has to be deleted through the laptop as well as the grinding counter after installation of a new grinder.

A modification of the beverage button allocation is not intended due to the symbols which are embossed onto the front panel of the coffee machines; however, it would be possible in a limited way.

For repair or maintenance tasks, it is imperative for the service technician to acquire skills regarding the service program. Thus, this training documentation pursues the objective to clearly illustrate the relevant procedures to update a coffee machine or program the system configuration (coffee machine configuration) as well as further functions & setting possibilities.

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2 Table of Contents

1

2

Preamble ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2

Table of Contents .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3

3 Basics & Overview User Interface Service Program ................................................................................................................................................. 6

3.1

Start service program = establish connection to the coffee machine .................................................................................................................................................. 6

3.2

Overview user interface service program ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7

3.2.1

Drop Down Menus .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8

3.2.2

Keys ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 9

3.2.3

Tabs for selection of coffee machine type.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12

3.2.4

Buttons ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13

4 Software update .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14

4.1

Recoding table „Language in language package“ ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 15

4.2

Workflow description „Software Update“ ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 16

4.3

Workflow description through „Software download“ .............................................................................................................................................................................. 18

4.4

Configuration and activation of the new software .................................................................................................................................................................................. 19

5 Programming - System Configuration ..................................................................................................................................................................... 25

5.1

Access Programming............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 25

5.2

Define and allocate beverage names .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 26

5.2.1

Customer-specific beverage names ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 26

5.2.2

Allocate beverage names to a button ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 27

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5.2.3

Undo customer-specific beverage names ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 30

5.3

System configuration ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 31

5.4

Beverage-, and coffee machine configuration – save, reset & upload .............................................................................................................................................. 32

5.4.1

Saving of coffee machine data ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 32

6 Test functions, coffee machine parameters, component test .............................................................................................................................. 34

6.1

Test functions .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 34

7 Further functions & setting possibilities – detailed description .......................................................................................................................... 37

7.1

Hints for easier detection of functions & setting possibilities on the following pages ............................................................................................................... 37

8 Stichwortverzeichnis ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 40

9 Button Programming > Programming ..................................................................................................................................................................... 42

9.1

Button Programming > Load > Sys ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 43

9.2

Button Programming > Load > Sys > Parameter ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 44

9.2.1

Button Programming > Load > Sys > Options ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 45

9.2.2

Button Programming > Load > Sys > Care/maintenance ....................................................................................................................................................................... 47

9.2.3

Button Programming > Load > Sys > Descaling ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 48

9.2.4

Button Programmierung > Load > Sys > Filter / Energy ......................................................................................................................................................................... 49

9.2.5

Button Programming > Load > Sys > Tables ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 50

9.2.6

Button Programming > Load > Sys > Real Time Clock ............................................................................................................................................................................ 51

9.2.7

Button Programming > Load > Sys > 1000S ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 52

9.3

Button Programming > Load > Level 1 products ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 53

9.4

Drop Down Menu „Extra“.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 57

9.5

Drop Down Menu – „Display“ ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 58

9.6

Special functions – right mouse button ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 60

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10 Button Test Functions ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 61

10.1

Button > Test functions – upper window ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 61

10.2

Button Test functions – Tab Input test / Status ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 63

10.3

Button Test functions – Tab Output test / Status ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 64

10.4

Button Test functions – Tab Keyboard / Status .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 65

10.5

Button Test functions – Special functions right mouse button ........................................................................................................................................................... 66

11 WMF Service Program – Source of Supply, Installation and Troubleshooting .................................................................................................. 67

11.1

Source of supply and installation service program ................................................................................................................................................................................... 67

11.2

Installation FTDI driver ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 70

11.3

Assign Com Port ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 70

12 Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 75

12.1

Unable to open com port / Timeout connection ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 75

12.2

Machine update (HexLoad) does not start by itself .................................................................................................................................................................................. 76

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3 Basics & Overview User Interface Service Program

3.1 Start service program = establish connection to the coffee machine

Connect the switched on coffee machine and the laptop by using a USB cable.

Important advice / Attention:

Please always use the USB interface which has been activated for the service program in the device manager (see chapter 10.3).

Open the service program by double clicking on the symbol on the desktop.

Confirm the message – service number – by clicking „OK“.

Push „Start“key in order to establish the connection to the coffee machine.

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Com port, coffee machine type and machine number are displayed

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3.2 Overview user interface service program

The user interface can be divided into 4 categories:

Drop Down Menu

Keys

Tabs for selection of coffee machine type

Buttons

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3.2.1 Drop Down Menus

File:

Enables you to „Start“ and „Stop“ the communication to the coffee machine and to „Close“ the service program.

Display:

Access to „statistics“, „service history“ and „daily counter”. Furthermore, the running time of the grinder can be deleted through „Delete“.

System status:

Information about current status of machine.

Programming:

Uploading and saving of a machine configuration as well as adjusting, for example, water hardness degree, Eco Mode etc. in the system configuration.

Extra:

Access to the machine software update as well as the language selection of the service program or the communication setting etc.

About:

Displays the software version of the service program

Shows in the lower area the version of the service program and its date

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3.2.2 Keys

Start:

Starts communication between service program and coffee machine.

The buttons – „system status“ and „test functions“ – are now activated!

Stop:

Stops communication between service program and machine. Thus, coffee machine software update is possible.

Prior to updating the coffee machine software the connection to the coffee machine has to be interrupted!

System:

Shows the current software version of the coffee machine, date of version as well as manufacturing date and serial number.

Coffee machine type and version are displayed

Current software version and date of version are displayed

Serial number, manufacturing date and service text are displayed

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Statistic

In the statistic, all counters, running times as well as the initial operation date can be viewed and saved.

The statistic shows in an overview all date of the coffee machine. These counters cannot be deleted or edited.

By clicking on the exclamation mark symbol the data can be updated.

By clicking on the printer symbol the whole statistic can be printed.

Through „File“ -> „Export“ the whole statistic can be saved in a file

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Counters (daily counter)

The daily counter contains the counters since last deletion.

This daily counter can be deleted by the customer at the display and through the service program.

The daily counter shows the total no. of beverages dispensed as well as the no. of dispensing per beverage since the last deletion.

The daily counter can be deleted by using the eraser symbol.

The counters shown here are identical to the counters which can be read out from the display of the coffee machine.

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Historial

Viewing of service history as well as setting of service date after completion.

If the service is set, the message „Service recommended” disappears in the coffee machine display.

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The dates can be updated by clicking on the exclamation mark.

By clicking with the right mouse button in the white area a window is opened to set the service.

If „Set service“ is pushed, the maintenance counter in the statistic is set to zero and the message

„Service recommended“ disappears in the display.

3.2.3 Tabs for selection of coffee machine type

By clicking on one of these tabs the coffee machine type has to be selected to which a connection is intended to be established.

This warning message will appear if you try to establish a connection to an unsuitable machine type.

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3.2.4 Buttons

System status:

Information about current status of machine.

Programming:

Uploading and saving of a machine configuration as well as adjusting, for example, water hardness degree, Eco Mode etc. in the system configuration.

„Programming“ is described in detail in chapter 5

Test functions:

Corresponds to a „component test“and „live display“, besides an error statistic is saved here.

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4 Software update

Advice regarding software update

Prior to starting a software update it has to be assured that the desired coffee machine software is saved in the following folder with exactly this path on your laptop:

C:\Programme\ServiceProgram\WMF_Service\HexLoad – or – C:\Program\ServiceProgram\WMF_Service\HexLoad

C:\Programs\ServiceProgram\WMF_Service\HexLoad

File HexLoad and coffee machine software (…HEX)

Coffee machine software incl. language package

At the WMF consumer coffee machines software the languages are summarized in language packages (see recoding table on page 14). These packages can be recognized by their file name.

WMF1000proOst230XV016

Machine type Language package Voltage Software version

Corresponds to the technician’s software on the laptop by which access to and programming of the coffee machine is possible; please find advice for installation in chapter 10.

You will find the most recent software version on our WMF Service Center website: http://www.servicecenter.wmf.de

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German

English

French

Dutch

Spanish

Italian

Danish

Norwegian

Swedish

Russian

Czech

Slowakian

Polish

4.1 Recoding table „Language in language package“

WMF

800

WMF

800

Ost

WMF

900

WMF

900

Ost

WMF

1000S

WMF

1000S

Ost

WMF

1000proS

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

WMF

1000proS

Ost

X

X

X

X

X

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4.2 Workflow description „Software Update“

Open service program (see chapter 3.1)

Important hint – do NOT connect service program with the coffee machine by clicking the „Start“ key, otherwise a software update through the „Flash Pro-

grammer“ is not possible.

Start software update through „Extras“ -> „Flash Programmer“ -> „Software update“

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Now the following window opens:

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Indicates the coffee machine software versions in the HexLoad folder

Select desired coffee machine software version with the correct language package

Push „Open“ -> Update starts automatically

If the update does not start automatically, please eliminate the possible errors as described in chapter 11.2.

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The software is uploaded together with the language package to the coffee machine, the customer-specific settings are not yet modified by the update.

Until the update is completed the following message is displayed on the coffee machine

Bootloader Vx.xx

38400 baud….

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In order that the coffee machine is ready to operate again after the software update, there are two possibilities:

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1. possibility – directly in the Hex-Load program

Through „Target“ -> „Start Program“ boot coffee machine again

Afterwards close „File“ -> „End“ HexLoad program

2. possibility – directly at the coffee machine

Switch coffee machine OFF/ON

Disadvantage: By using this method the communication between coffee machine and service program is interrupted and has to be started again.

4.3 Workflow description through „Software download“

A transfer of software through „Software download“ is only possible and necessary if:

During the software update (chapter 4.1) an error has occurred (e.g. caused by an interrupted connection), or the coffee machine is still in the bootloader mode (see coffee machine display) despite switching it off/on as on the CPU the software is only partly available or completely unavailable.

There is no software on the CPU

Through „Extras“ -> „Flash Programmer“ -> „Software download“ start downloading software again.

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The following window opens

Indicates the coffee machine software versions in the HexLoad folder

Select desired coffee machine software version with the correct language package

Push „Open“-> now the update starts as described in „Software update“ (chapter 4.1).

Finish „Software update“, just as described in „Software update“(chapter 4.1).

4.4 Configuration and activation of the new software

After successful upload of the new software version to the coffee machine it is still necessary to load the new configuration data of the new software in the working memory. In order to do this, the following steps have to be taken.

Open service program and establish connection to the coffee machine by clicking the „Start“ button (see chapter 3.1)

Attention, prior to the next step it is imperative to write down the following customer-specific settings. As described on page 22 they have to be entered again!

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- Machine number (serial number) / Water hardness / Filter / Language / Switch-off time / brewing temperature

Open window „Test functions“

Open new window through „Test functions“

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Right mouse click into the lower white area

„Default Configuration“ select and confirm

During this, all customer-specific configuration data (water hardness, language, switch-off time etc…) is deleted and overwritten by the default values of the new software.

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Click into the white area with the right mouse button

Select „Default configuration“ and confirm with OK

Afterwards close window „Test functions“ again

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Call up programming functions through the button „Programming“.

Open new window through „Programming“

Load current coffee machine configuration into service program through „Load“

Load current coffee machine configuration through “Load”

Open configuration window through „Sys“ button

Open system configuration window through „Sys“

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Enter in field „Machine number“ the serial number of the coffee machine and close window.

Enter machine number (serial number) of the coffee machine here.

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Transfer default configuration date (now with machine number) again through „Set“key (now with machine number) to the coffee machine and thus into the factory setting memory.

Transfer through „Set“the configuration data to the coffee machine

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Open configuration window again through „Sys“button.

Enter the previously noted customer-specific configuration data here again and close window.

Enter the customer-specific brew water temperature here

Enter the customer-specific language here

Enter the machine number of the coffee machine here

Enter the customer-specific water filter setting here

Enter the customer-specific water hardness degree here

Enter the customer-specific switch-off time here

Transfer through „Send“button the customer-specific configuration data again to the coffee machine and thus to the working memory.

Transfer through „Send“ key the customer-specific configuration data to the coffee machine.

After this step the software update is completed.

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5 Programming - System Configuration

Chapter 5 describes the most important processes of the function programming and system configuration.

5.1 Access Programming

Open service program and establish connection to the machine through the „Start“ key (see chapter 3.1)

Now open the programming window through the „Programming“ button

The window for programming of the coffee machine opens.

Now push the „Load“ key

Push „Load“– data is uploaded from the working memory of the coffee machine into the service program.

The display „Data Ready“in the taskbar shows that the data from the coffee machine has been successfully uploaded into the service program and that there is a connection to the coffee machine.

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5.2 Define and allocate beverage names

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Important advice:

In contrary to the professional WMF coffee machines, a modification of the beverage button allocation is not intended for the consumer coffee machines. The reason is that the button designation is already specified by the firmly fixed beverage symbols on the front panel. However, the beverage names (appearing in the display) can be modified. If this should be necessary, please follow this description.

5.2.1 Customer-specific beverage names

Here, a customer-specific beverage name is saved in the program which appears in the coffee machine display after having pushed the respective button.

Activate

„Extra“„Product name“ in the window „Programming“

Then, the window opens in which all customer-specific beverage names can be entered.

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Enter desired beverage name

Transfer the modified beverage names to the coffee machine by pushing the „Send“key. This beverage name now only has to be allocated to the desired beverage button.

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5.2.2 Allocate beverage names to a button

Select the desired beverage button in the window programming. Beverage buttons P1 – P4 correspond to product level 1 and 2,

Beverage buttons P7 – P10 correspond to the mono button level 3.

Advice – the buttons P5 – P6 (milk foam and hot water) cannot be modified.

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Now the window with the settings for the selected beverage opens

Tab for product level

Selection of beverage button

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Left column: beverage-specific settings, this column must not be modified.

Right column: button-specific settings

Open drop-down menu „Assign defined product name“ and select desired beverage name.

Close window by X after allocation.

Upload modifications to coffee machine

Through the key „Send“, transfer modifications to the coffee machine.

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5.2.3 Undo customer-specific beverage names

Here, it is described how the modified beverage name can be reset to the default setting in the easiest way.

As described in chapter 5.2.2, please open the desired beverage configuration

Left column: beverage-specific settings, this column must not be modified.

Right column: button-specific settings

Next to the drop-down menu „Allocate defined product name“ there is an eraser symbol: push this and the default is set again

Close window by X after allocation.

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Upload modifications to coffee machine

Through the key „Send“, transfer modifications to the coffee machine.

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5.3 System configuration

In the system configuration all machine-specific settings can be made.

Examples: grinder capacity, brewing temperature, maintenance settings etc. In chapter 7 of this description it is referred to every single setting in more detail, however, many of these values and functions must not be modified; if this is the case, they are marked accordingly.

As described in chapter 5.1, open the window „Programming“ and upload date from the coffee machine

To open the system configuration please push the „Sys“ button

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A window with the different tabs of the system configuration opens

Please take a detailed description regarding the setting possibilities in the various tabs from chapter 7

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5.4 Beverage-, and coffee machine configuration – save, reset & upload

The coffee machine CPU of the consumer coffee machines has two separate memories

Working memory – there you will find all data and settings to which the machine currently has access. This working memory corresponds to the customer memory already known from other WMF coffee machines. If the customer carries out modifications in the beverage or basic settings, these modifications are only done in the working memory.

Factory setting memory – serves as data back-up and resetting and corresponds to the service memory already known from other WMF coffee machines.

In this memory the last saved factory setting is saved.

5.4.1 Saving of coffee machine data

5.4.1.1 Saving in the working memory

In the working memory, all setting parameters relevant for the coffee machine as well as customer settings are saved.

The coffee machine exclusively works with the data and settings saved in the working memory!

 If settings (basic settings, beverage settings etc.) are directly carried out at the coffee machine, they immediately overwrite the settings in the working memory.

If settings are carried out through the laptop service program, they are only written into the working memory of the coffee machine after having pushed the „Send“key.

By pushing the „Send“key the modified settings are transferred to the coffee machine.

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5.4.1.2 Saving into the factory setting memory

The factory setting memory only serves for data back-up and to reset the factory settings.

In the factory setting memory the last date save by the technician is saved, i.e. as long as no modifications have been carried out compared to the status of new machines as delivered, the factory data is saved.

If settings (basic settings, beverage settings etc.) are carried out directly at the machine, they are NOT written in the factory setting memory.

 If settings are carried out through the laptop service program, they can ONLY be uploaded into the factory setting memory with the service program.

Modifications by the service program are written into the factory setting memory ONLY AFTER having pushed the „Set“ or „Gear“ key.

Pushing the „Set“key ONLY writes the modifications into the factory setting memory!

Pushing the „Gear“key writes the modifications into the factory setting memory and ADDITIONALLY into the working memory.

By pushing the „Set“key modifications are only written into the factory setting memory. The working memory remains unchanged.

Important advice:

By pushing the „Gear“key the modifications are written into the factory setting memory and in the working memory.

The consumer coffee machines DO NOT– as known from the usual WMF coffee machines – have an unchangeable factory setting memory.

Consequently, if the existing factory setting memory is overwritten by pushing the „Set“ or „Gear“ key, the saved basic factory data originating from the production will be irrevocably lost!

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6 Test functions, coffee machine parameters, component test

The CPU of the consumer coffee machines does not offer the possibility of a component test directly at the coffee machine. However, a simple troubleshooting can be carried out here by means of two testing possibilities which are available in the service program.

6.1 Test functions

Test functions - live display:

There, some important parameters such as for example boiler temperature or condition of the control switches are continuously displayed updated live and during beverage dispensing. In order to start the live display the „Play“ button must be pushed; as long as this button is activated, all information is continuously displayed. In order to stop this, the „Stop“ key must be pushed, during the live display the component test (test button) is deactivated.

Test functions – component test (Only to be carried out by trained specialized personnel):

Here, single components can be actuated specifically and thus, they can be checked regarding their function (activation yes/no). In order to start the component test the „Test“key must be pushed. Now the coffee machine is in the system test mode which is indicated in the display of the coffee machine by the message “system test”. In this condition the desired components can be selected by ticking. If the „test“key is now pushed again, exactly the actions are carried out which have previously been ticked. Please absolutely keep in mind that all other automatic functions are deactivated. This

means that if for example heating is actuated, it is heated unlimited by temperature sensor and heating management as long as the „test“ but-

ton is pushed again and thus the component test is finished.

Establish connection to the coffee machine through the „Start“key as described in chapter 3.1.

Establish connection to the coffee machine by pushing the „Start“key

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Open the window for live display & component test through „Test functions“.

The following window opens:

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Pushing the „Play“ key starts the „Live display“

Pushing the „Stop“ key stops the „Live display“

Pushing the „Test“ key starts/stops the „component test“

You will find a detailed description of the test functions and the single views as from chapter 9.

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7 Further functions & setting possibilities – detailed description

Chapter 7 describes with screenshots all tabs, drop-down menus as well as windows together with their functions and setting possibilities.

Partly, there is the possibility to access functions as well as setting possibilities in respectively from several tabs.

Whenever this is the case, reference is made in the index on several pages in this document.

The training documentation makes no claim to be complete; rather, its aim is to show, the „quickest“way to reach a certain result.

The screenshots of the tabs change regarding their appearance – depending on pre-setting / basic configuration etc.

Screenshots are therefore to be understood as examples. Functions and setting possibilities, which are not to be activated for the chosen examples, are grayed out and therefore cannot be selected resp. modified for the chosen examples. However, as they are re-activated again after modification of pre-settings/basic configuration, the tabs are completely described anyway.

7.1 Hints for easier detection of functions & setting possibilities on the following pages

Example: You would like to modify „Current (empty bean hopper) “

Look in the subject index on the following pages for the desired term, in the a. m. example:

„Current (empty bean hopper)“ > You are referred to page 40; on the following pages it is described how and where the grinder current is to be entered.

The headline on the respective page describes the path resp. the clicks how to get to this user interface in the service program - in the a.m. example

Headline: „Button Programming > Load > Sys > Parameter“ i.e. in the user interface of the service program you push first the button “Programming”; afterwards in the now opening window the buttons „Load“and „Sys“and then you will see the tab „Parameter“.

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The differentiation of „Drop Down Menu“/ „Keys“/ „Tabs“/ „Buttons“is consistently kept according to the below picture:

Drop Down Menus

Keys

Tabs Coffee Machines

Buttons

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8 Stichwortverzeichnis

8 Stichwortverzeichnis

Allocate beverage names 57

Baudrate 74, 76

Beverage settings

Allocate beverage names 54

Set milk foam volume 54

Set order milk-coffee 54

Set pre-infusion 54

Beverage settings 26, 42, 53 allocate beverage names 26 reset beverage names to standard 30

Set grind quantity 54

Set milk volume 54

Water volume set brewing 54

Bootloader 17

Clear 59 grinder running time 59

Product counter 59

Total product counter 59

Com Port 70, 73

Communication 73

Communication settings laptop - machine 57

Connection problems 75

Current empty bean hopper 44

Data reset 66

Date format 51

Default configuration 66

Default products 66

Default value descaling table 50 water filter table 50

Default values 50

Descaling table 50

Display daily counter 11

Display error statistic 61

Display machine statistic 10, 59

Display previous beverage dispensings 59

Display service history 12, 59

Display set contrast 44 drainage 66

Enter machine number 43

Enter machine number 20, 23

Erase descaling prompt 60 factory setting memory 33

Factory setting memory 32

Frost drainage 66

FTDI driver 70

Gear button 33, 67

Gear key 42

Grinder current 44

HexLoad 76

HexLoad does not start 76

Initial operation 66

Installation 67

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Language package 15

Languages 15

List error messages 59

Load factory setting memory 60

Load machine configuration 42

Load machine configuration 25 machine number 20, 23

Master reset 66

Open machine configuration 42

Options 45

Parameters 44

Programming 25, 42

Save factory setting memory 33, 42

Save machine configuration 42

Save working memory 42

Saving working memory 32

Send machine configuration 29, 30

Send machine configuration 42 serial number 20, 23

Service Center 14, 67, 70 service number 6

Service Program 67

Set beep when button pressed 45

Set brew water temperature 43

Set button 33, 67

Set default configuration 21

Set eco mode 1-4 49

Set grounds limit grinder 44

Set key 42

Set language service program 57

Set machine language 43

Set office functions 52

Set service 12, 59

Set standby delay 44

Set time format 24 / 12 hours 51

Set warm-up rinsing for espresso 52

Set water filter 49

Set water hardness 44

Software update 14, 57

Start service program 6

System configuration 42, 43

System drainage 66

System options 73

Test functions – live display as from page 61

Live display 34

Test functions – Live display as from page

Component test 34

Time/Date-display 51

Upload time - date of machine 51

USB driver 70 version query machine software 9 service program 8

Version query

System Info 57

Version query

Machine software 57

Water filter table 50 working memory 32, 33

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1. Programming

1 File – to open or save configuration files

2 Project – to open or save project files (same as configuration file)

3 Display – opens the coffee machine statistics or service history

4 Configuration – same as the buttons „Load“ and „Send“

5 Extra – in order to define beverage names (chapter 3.2)

6 Load – in order to upload the coffee machine configuration to the PC

7 Send – in order to send the PC configuration data to the working memory of the coffee machine

8 Gear – in order to send the PC configuration data to the working memory and the factory setting memory

9 Set – in order to send the PC configuration data to the factory setting memory

10 Sys – to open the system configuration window

11 Level 1 products – Tab for beverage settings of level 1

12 Mono key level 2 – Tab for beverage settings of level 2

13 P1 – P10 – Beverage keys to open the beverage settings of the respective beverage

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2. System Configuration – „Sys“ – upper window

1. RTC – downloads the system time and date from PC to coffee machine

2. Brew water temp. – shows the brewing water temperature which is currently set in the basic settings, value can be modified.

3. Overtemperature rest phase – if the coffee machine is not in use, it is heated up in continuous intervals to the set value through the brewing water temperature, value must not be modified.

4. Fixtemp. beverage dispensing – Heating up to this value during beverage dispensing, value must not be modified

5. Hot water temp. – During hot water dispensing machine is heated up to this value, value must not be modified.

6. Steam boiler temp. – Standard temperature for the steam boiler, this value must not be modified.

7. Language – Shows the currently set language, value can be modified.

8. Coffee machine number – Serial number of the coffee machine must be entered here.

This is shown in the system information, must not be modified.

9. % Coffee aroma mild – the coffee strength is reduced by the set value this value must not be modified.

10. % Coffee aroma strong – the coffee strength is increased by the set value this value must not be modified.

11. Tab coffee machine options – The different options can be selected here.

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3. System configuration – „Sys“ – Parameters

1. Water hardness – Shows the currently set water hardness, value can be modified.

2. LCD contrast – Shows the LCD contrast, value can be modified.

3. Ventilator after-run – Shows the time (sec.) how long the ventilator runs after beverage dispensing, value must not be modified.

4. Grounds quantity – Shows the grinding time (sec.), when the message „Empty grounds container“ appears in the display, value must not be modified.

5. PIN Code – this function is not supported.

6. Remaining water quantity – If fill level sensor indicates „empty“, the quantity (ml) set here can still be dispensed before „Refill water tank“ is displayed, value must not be modified.

7. Standby delay – Shows the time (min.) when machine switches off after the last beverage dispensing. At „0“coffee machine is not switched off automatically, value can be modified.

8. Flow too small – Min. quantity of impulses per second; if less impulses are measured by the flow meter the error message „Flow stopped“ is displayed, value must not be modified.

9. Grounds limit – Max. grounds quantity (gr.) which is used for one grinding, value must

not be modified.

10. Grinding performance – The specific grinding value which is written on the grinder body has to be entered here. This value always has to correspond to the value on the grinder.

11. Current (empty bean hopper) – Shows the value at which „Refill beans“will be displayed.

This value can be calibrated again through the bean symbol; bean hopper and grinder must be completely empty and the coffee machine ready for operation, value can be modified.

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12. Current (repress) –

Value must not be modified

13. Discharge after beverage –

Shows the time during which the release valve remains open after brewing, value must not be modified

14. Discharge after cleaning – Shows the time during which the release valve remains open after cleaning, value must not be modified

4. System configuration – „Sys“ – Options

1. Enable beep – activates or deactivates the beep when button is pressed, value can be changed

2. Mains voltage 110/120V – activates the modified heating management for countries with

100 – 120 V mains voltage

3. Decaffeinated function lock – activates or deactivates the control of the manual insert lid, value must not be modified.

4. Programming enabled while heating – activates or deactivates the programming menu during the heating phases, value must not be modified.

5. Erase counters protected by PIN Code – this function is not supported.

6. Startup flush – activates or deactivates the startup flush during switching on, value must not be modified.

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7. Standby flush – activates or deactivates the standby flush during switching off, value must

not be modified.

8. Water tank operation – activates or deactivates the option water tank, value must not be modified.

9. Stop when water tank empty – activates or deactivates the remaining water quantity function („remaining water quantity“see tab parameters), value must not be modified.

10. Preventive maintenance request – activates or deactivates the display message „service recommended“if preventive maintenance request is reached, value must not be modified.

11. Enforced cleaning – activates or deactivates enforced cleaning; if enforced cleaning is activated the coffee machine must be cleaned after a specific enforced cleaning value has been reached; otherwise the machine will not be ready to operate. Value must not be modified.

12. Steam boiler installed –

activates or deactivates the steam boiler and thus the milk / milk foam dispensing, value must not be modified.

13. Cappuccinatore installed –

Must be activated if milk foamer system is in use, value must not be modified.

14. Steam boiler pressure release during heating up – Must be activated, then it is granted that the overpressure during heating up can escape from the steam boiler, value must not be modified.

15. Steam burst for purging condensate – activates or deactivates the pre-heating function of the milk system and purging of the steam hoses, value must not be modified.

16. Machine locked until both boilers have heated up – If this option is set the coffee machine is only ready to operate if both boilers are on temperature, value must not be modified.

17. Lock machine if brew water temperature low – If this option is set the coffee machine is always locked when the hot water boiler temperature drops below the set brew water temperature, value must not be modified.

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5. System configuration – „Sys“ – Care / maintenance

1. Cleaning prompt / days – No. of days until coffee machine cleaning is required, value must not be modified.

2. Forced cleaning / days – No. of days until forced cleaning („.Forced cleaning“ see tab options), value must not be modified.

3. Cleaning prompt / cups – No. of brewings until coffee machine cleaning is required, value must not be modified.

4. Forced cleaning / cups – No. of brewings until forced cleaning („Forced cleaning“ see tab options), value must not be modified.

5. Delay cleaning prompt / cups – No. of cups until forced cleaning is displayed again, value must not be modified.

6. Water volume rinse piston – rinsing volume during warm rinsing, value must not be modified.

7. Waiting in the rinsing phase – waiting between rinsing intervals, value must not be modified.

8. Repetition of brewer rinsing cycles – No. of rinsing intervals, value must not be modified.

9. Preventive maintenance prompt – No. of brewings after which the message „Service recommended“is displayed, value must not be modified.

10. Milk system rinse delay – indicated the time until „Milk system rinsing“is demanded, value must not be modified.

11. Water volume - rinse milk system – rinsing volume of milk system rinsing, value must not be modified.

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12. Milk system steam running time –

indicates the time how long after a milk system rinsing a steam jet is dispensed, value must not be modified.

13. Piston cleaning phase 1 –

indicates the volume of the 1 st

piston cleaning, value must

not be modified

14. Piston cleaning phase 2 –

indicates the volume of the 2 nd

piston cleaning, value must

not be modified

15. Piston cleaning phase 3 –

indicates the volume of the 3 rd

piston cleaning, value must

not be modified

16. Waiting in the cleaning phase – waiting phase between the rinsing intervals, value must not be modified

6. System configuration – „Sys“ – Descaling

1. Forced descaling – activates or deactivates forced cleaning, if forced cleaning is activated the descaling has to be carried out after the descaling prompt and the offset prompt, otherwise the machine will not be ready to operate, value must not be modified.

2. Carry out cleaning after descaling – activates or deactivates forced cleaning after descaling, value must not be modified.

3. Descaling prompt / litres – Litres until coffee machine descaling is demanded, the entered value corresponds to the set water hardness degree and the water filter option.

4. Prompt offset forced descaling / litres –Litres after descaling prompt until forced descaling is activated, value must not be modified.

5. Set descaling cycle 3x (ml) – indicates volume of the single descaling rinsing cycles, value must not be modified

6. Descaling rinsing water – rinsing water volume after the 3 descaling cycles, value must

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not be modified.

7. Descaling / rinse hot water valve – rinsing water volume through hot water outlet after the 3 descaling cycles and the descaling rinsing have been finished, value must not be modified.

8. Waiting in the descaling phase – waiting between the descaling cycles, value must not be modified

7. System Konfiguration – „Sys“ – Filter / Energy

1. Water filter inserted – indicates whether a water filter is activated or deactivated, value must only be modified at the coffee machine.

2. Water filter – activates or deactivates the option water filter and offers the selection whether a 100 litres or 200 litres filter (office function) is used, value can be modified according to the filter in use.

3. Water filter change / litres – Litres until prompt for filter change is displayed; the entered value refers to the set water hardness degree and the water filter option.

4. Water filter change / days – Days until prompt for filter exchange is displayed, the entered value is fixed, value must not be modified.

5. Water filter changing enforcement / litres – Litres after prompt for filter change is displayed until forced filter change is activated, value must not be modified.

6. Water quantity filter rinsing – rinsing volume during filter rinsing through hot water

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7. Energy saving mode enabled – activates or deactivates the option energy saving mode, value must not be modified.

8. Steam temperature at energy mode – indicates the temperature to which the steam boiler is reduced if eco mode is activated, value must not be modified.

9. Water temperature at energy saving mode – indicates the temperature to which the hot water boiler is reduced if eco mode is activated, value must not be modified.

10. Delay energy saving mode – indicates the time after which the eco mode is activated automatically, value must not be modified.

11. Energy saving mode – the different eco modes can be selected, value can be modified

8. System configuration – „Sys“ – Tables

1. Default values – enters the given default values into the tables.

2. Descaling table – the values entered here indicates when – depending on the water hardness degree – the descaling prompt is displayed, value must not be modified.

3. Water filter table – the values entered here indicate when – depending on the water hardness degree – the water filter change prompt is displayed, value must not be modified

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9. System configuration – „Sys“ – Real Time Clock

1. Show time on the display – activates or deactivates the display of time and date on the machine display, value can be modified.

2. Time and date with suppression of leading zeros – activates or deactivates the option whether the time and date are displayed with leading zero, value must not be modified.

3. Automatic summer/winter time – activates or deactivates the option whether the date is automatically adjusted to the summer or winter time, value must not be modified.

4. Daylight saving time North America – activates or deactivates the option whether the date is automatically adjusted to the summer or winter time of North America, value must not be modified.

5. Switch-on time – activates or deactivates the option whether the coffee machine is operated with timer mode (automatic switch-on time), value must not be modified.

6. Time format – time format can be set here, value can be modified.

7. Date format – date format can be set here, value can be modified.

8. RTC of the coffee machine – with this button the current time and date of the coffee machine can be uploaded to the PC, values cannot be modified

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10. System configuration – „Sys“ – 1000S

1. Operating mode cup lighting – activates or deactivates the background lighting of the central console (only WMF 1000proS), value must not be modified.

2. Message „Grinding degree too fine“ – this value indicates when the message „Flow stopped – grinding degree too fine“ is displayed at the function „grinding degree setting“

(….max.), value must not be modified.

3. Message „Grinding degree too coarse“– this value indicates when the message „Flow stopped – grinding degree too coarse“is displayed at the function „grinding degree setting“(….min.), value must not be modified.

4. Steam cup warmer timeout – this value indicates how long (max.) the cup pre-heating function (steam jet) can be used, value must not be modified.

5. % cup size pre-selection small – this value indicates by how many percent the cup volume is reduced for „cup small”, value must not be modified.

6. % cup size pre-selection large – this value indicates by how many percent the cup volume is increased for „cup large”, value must not be modified.

7. Cup pre-heater enabled – activates or deactivates the steam jet function, value must

not be modified.

8. Warm-up rinsing for Espresso – activates or deactivates the automatic warm-up rinsing for the 1 st

espresso after a longer waiting phase, value can be modified.

9. Short delay for double click- activates or deactivates the delay of beverage dispensing, value must not be modified.

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10. Milk beverages enabled – activates or deactivates dispensing of milk beverages in the office function, value should only be modified at the coffee machine.

11. Pause at coffee pot dispensing – this value indicates how long the waiting time between the single brewing single cycles is during pot dispensing, value must not be modified

1. System Configuration – „Product level 1“ – P1 – P6

1. Level 1 products– in this tab the beverage buttons of the 1 st

level are indicated

2. Mono key / level 2 – in this tab the beverage buttons of the 2 nd

level are indicated

3. P1 – P10 – Through these buttons the beverage settings for each beverage can be called up

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2. System Programming – P1…..P10 (in the example P3 Cappuccino)

1. Product counter – indicates by what number the counter is increased in the coffee machine statistics if beverage is dispensed, value must not be modified.

2. Number of cycles – this value indicates how often the beverage dispensing is repeated per touch of the beverage button, value must not be modified.

3. Pause for multiple dispensing – indicates how long the pause is between multiple dispensing (see number of cycles), value must not be modified.

4. Valve pre-heating – this value indicates how much rinsing water is used for pre-heating the coffee machine, value must not be modified.

5. Grinding amount – this value indicates how much ground coffee (gr.) is used for this beverage; value should only be modified at the coffee machine.

6. Double product grinding time extension – if a double beverage is dispensed in only one brewing cycle, this value indicates by how many percent (compared to the single beverage) the grinding quantity is increased, value must not be modified.

7. Pre-infuse dosage – this value indicates how much water is used for the pre-brewing function, value must not be modified.

8. Delay after pre-infusion – this value indicates, how long the brewing is delayed, value must not be modified.

9. Open brewing chamber – this value indicates how long the brewing chamber is opened for brewing in order to reach a better brewing time, value must not be modified.

10. Tamping pressure coffee – this value indicates, how much the ground coffee is pressed in the brewing chamber, value must not be modified.

11. Coffee water dosage – this value indicates how much water (ml) is used for this beverage; value should only be modified at the coffee machine.

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12. Re-pressing time – indicates how long after brewing the brewing chamber releases before it is opened again, value must not be modified.

13. Pause between milk and coffee – indicates how long the waiting phase is between milk and coffee dispensing, this setting serves to get a better Latte Macchiato separation, value should only be modified at the coffee machine.

14. Milk dosage – indicates how long milk is dispensed (only for coffee machines with air pump), value should only be modified at the coffee machine.

15. Milk foam dosage – indicates how long milk foam is dispensed, value should only be modified at the coffee machine.

16. Milk foam before coffee – the preparation order of coffee and milk can be modified here; value should only be modified at the coffee machine.

17. Product released – activates or deactivates the beverage button, value must not be modified.

18. Start / Stop operation – activates or deactivates the function whether or note the beverage dispensing can be interrupted by pushing the beverage button again, function must

not be modified.

19. Release for double click 2x – activates or deactivates the 2 nd

button level (beverage dispensing after a short double click of the beverage button) and thus the dispensing of double beverages (only WMF 1000S/proS). Function is only available, if „Dispense product

as double product“ is deactivated, value must not be modified.

20. 2x product in double cycle – indicates whether dispensing of double products is done in one or two brewing cycles, value must not be modified.

21. Dispense product as double product – activates or deactivates the double beverage dispensing in case of single click, function only available if “Release for double click 2x“ is deactivated, value must not be modified.

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22. Pre-infusion – indicates whether the ground coffee should be watered in the brewing chamber prior to the actual brewing process which makes the coffee taste more intensive, value should only be modified at the coffee machine.

23. Pre-heat cappuccinatore – activates or deactivates a short steam jet in order to preheat the milk system, value must not be modified.

24. Wet pressing, after pre-infusion – activates or deactivates the function that the tamping pressure of the brewing chamber is slightly increased after pre-infusion (see 22), value must not be modified.

25. Wait until milk dispensing finished – this function is controlled by „Milk foam before coffee“ (see 16), value must not be modified.

26. Beverage with milk foam – activates or deactivates the control whether the all-in-one spout is in the upper position upon demand of milk foam dispensing, value must not be modified.

27. Assign defined product name – an earlier defined beverage name can be selected here

(see chapter 3.2.1), value should not be modified.

28. Return to standard value –all parameters can be reset here to their original default values here (saved in the factory setting memory).

29. Cup size – Coffee volume dosage – 2 cups size – only indicated values in the display, these values cannot be modified

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1. Drop – Down – Menu „Extra“

1. System Information – indicates among others the software version which is on the coffee machine, see also chapter 3.2.1

2. Set Real Time Clock – sets the system time into the service program

3. Product name – new beverage names can be defined here, see chapter 5.2

4. Flash Programmer – starts the function „Load software“ or „Software update“ see chapter 4

5. Language – the language for the service program can be set here.

6. Options – communication settings between coffee machine and laptop can be made here.

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2. Drop – Down – Menu „Display“

1. Statistic – indicates the coffee machine statistic, same function as statistic button, see chapter 3.2.2

2. ServiceHistory – indicates the services carried out last, same function as service button, see chapter 3.2.2

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3. Daily counter – indicates the beverage counter since the last deletion, same function as counter button, see chapter 3.2.2

4. System History – all actions carried out at the coffee machine are documented and displayed here.

5. Products dispensed – all beverages dispensed at the coffee machine are documented and displayed here.

6. Message counter – all error messages displayed by the coffee machine are documented and displayed here.

7. Clear – see as from item 8

8. Clear product counter – deletes the daily counter, function must not be carried out. Deletion does not influence the coffee machine statistic!

9. Total product counter – deletes the total product counter „Total counter“, but does not delete the single product counter (see item 8), function must not be carried out. Deletion does not influence the coffee machine statistic (except „Total coffee products deletable“)

10. Grinder running time – deletes the grinder running time; if this counter is deleted the software automatically corrects the grinding quantity in the recipes by 10 % upwards after 1000 grindings. This counter must be deleted if a new grinder or new grinding disks have been installed.

All other items are irrelevant and must not be deleted.

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9.6 Special functions – right mouse button

These functions can be called up by a click with the right mouse button in the button window.

3. Special functions of the right mouse button

1. System status – Programming – Test functions – without function, these functions can only be called up directly through the buttons.

2. Product button definition – the saved beverage recipes can be allocated to the respective buttons here, must not be modified.

3. Factory setting – uploads the last saved data from the factory setting memory to the working memory, the data in the working memory is therefore permanently lost.

4. Descaling erase – If a descaling caused by the descaling counter comes up, the prompt can be erased here.

5. Machine Baudrate – the baudrate (connection speed) of the coffee machine can be set here, this value must always be set to 19200.

6. Programmer set – without function, must not be modified

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10 Button Test Functions

In this chapter the – test functions – and the single possibilities for live display resp. component test will be explained in detail as already mentioned in chapter 6!

10.1 Button > Test functions – upper window

1. Test functions – upper window

1. Exit - closes the window „Test functions“

2. Start – starts the live display

3. Stop – stops the live display

4. Error statistic – indicates the documented error statistic of the coffee machine

5. Play – starts the live display, same function as „Start“

6. Stop – stops the live display, same function as „Stop“

7. Labeling symbol – indicates the documented error statistic of the coffee machine, same function as error statistic

8. Test button – starts or stops the component test

9. NTC coffee water – indicates the binary NTC value of the hot water boiler

10. NTC steam boiler – indicates the binary NTC value of the steam boiler

11. NTC external sensor – without function, not occupied

12. Motor current grinder / brewer motor – indicates the binary current value of the running grinder or brewer motor

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13. Safety switch value – indicates the binary current value of all safety-relevant micro switches (grounds container, brewer lid, water tank). If one of these switches is triggered, the binary value changes and the coffee machine is not ready for operation.

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14. Brew water temperature – indicates the currently measured temperature in the hot water boiler

15. Steam generator temperature – indicates the currently measured temperature in the steam boiler

16. Temperature sensor – without function

17. Flowmeter counter – indicates the summarized pulses of the FM, from start until beginning of dispensing

18. Flow monitoring – indicated the pulses per sec. during the current dispensing

19. Last milk dispensing – indicates the time in minutes since the last milk / milk foam dispensing

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2. Test functions – Input test / status

1. Flowmeter status – indicates whether the FM is active respectively whether it sends pulses

2. Water level display – indicates whether the water tank sensor detects water in the tank

3. Drip tray limit switch – indicates whether the control switch for the drip tray is active

4. Brewer position switch – indicates whether the control switch (brewer end switch) for the filling position of the brewer is active

5. Cappuccinatore (limit switch) – indicates whether the control switch of the all-inone spout (upper position) is active

6. Decaffeinated gate – indicates whether the control switch of the manual insert lid is active

7. Water tank limit switch – indicates whether the control switch for the water tank lid is active

8. Brew unit cover limit switch – indicates whether the control switch for the brewer lid is active

9. Grounds container switch – indicates whether the control switch for the grounds container is active

10. Spare 01 – without function

11. Power On/Off button – indicates whether the On/Off switch has been pushed

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3. Test functions – Output test / Status

1. Main relay 24V – indicates whether the main relay for the 24 V supply is active

2. Change over relay – indicates whether the CPU is supplied with 230V

3. Heater coffee/hot water – indicates whether the heating of the hot water boiler is active

4. Heating steam boiler – indicates whether the heating of the steam boiler is active

5. Brew water valve – indicates whether the brewing valve is active

6. Steam valve – indicates whether the steam valve is active

7. Hot water valve – indicates whether the hot water valve is active

8. Inlet valve steam boiler – indicates whether the inlet valve to the steam boiler is active

9. Flush valve brew piston – indicates whether the release valve is active

10. Water pump – indicates whether the oscillation pump is active

11. Spare (steam jet) – indicates whether the valve of the steam jet is active

12. Fan – indicates whether the ventilator is active

13. Spare (air pump) – indicates whether the air pump (only “pro” – coffee machines) is active

14. Grinder motor – indicates whether the grinder is active

15. Piston motor DOWN – indicates whether the brewer opens

16. Piston motor DOWN – indicates whether the brewer closes

Spare T1, T3 and T4 do not have any function

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10.4 Button Test functions – Tab Keyboard / Status

4. Test functions – Keyboard / Status

1. Left column – the status of each button is indicated here

2. Central column – the status of each lighting of the 1 st

level is indicated here

3. Right column – the status of each lighting of the 2 nd

level is indicated here

Test function through the „Test“button is not possible here!

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5. Test functions – Special functions right mouse button

1. Dispensing time reset – no function

2. Data reset – All counters and statistics are deleted, configuration and beverage settings are kept

3. Master reset – All counters, statistics, configurations and beverage settings are deleted and the last saved date is loaded from the factory setting memory, afterwards the machine starts with the initial operation mode

4. Default configuration – The configuration data from the factory setting memory is loaded into the working memory, the beverage settings remain unchanged. Also see software update (chapter 4.3)

5. Default products – The beverage settings from the factory setting memory are loaded into the working memory, the configuration data remains unchanged

6. Initial operation – The initial operation bit is set again which means that during next switching on of the machine the complete initial operation program is called up and the initial operation date will be set again in the statistic, the counters in the statistic remain unchanged.

7.

Drainage – Here, the steam valve is opened for a short period, the machine releases pressure and switches off afterwards. During switching on the machine assumes that the boilers have been emptied and refills again. Attention – the system is not emptied through this function, for a complete drainage the remaining water must still be taken out of the boilers manually. This is important for transporting the machine at temperatures below 0°C and if there is the risk of freezing.

11 WMF Service Program – Source of Supply, Installation and Troubleshooting

11 WMF Service Program – Source of Supply, Installation and Troubleshooting

In this chapter it is described how the service program is correctly installed on the laptop. The software has been checked and tested for Windows Vista and Windows XP, an installation on Windows 7 is not tested, however, it should be possible as well. In order to install the software, administrator rights are required.

11.1 Source of supply and installation service program

You will find the current version of the WMF service program as well as the suitable FTDI driver here: www.servicecenter.wmf.de

-> software for technicians - > WMF 800/900S or WMF 1000S.

Open the downloaded – „WMF Service DE.msi“ – file with a double click and follow the installation routine. It is imperative to pay attention that the installation path is as follows:

C:\Programme\ServiceProgramm\WMF_Service – or - C:\Program\ServiceProgram\WMF_Service\HexLoad other paths such as C:\Program Files…, or C:\Software…, are not possible!

In order to get access to the “Set“-/“Gear“ key (save working memory and factory setting memory see chapter 5.4), after installation on the desktop the starting path for the service program has to be added as follows:.

Click with right mouse button on the icon „service program“

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Open window with right mouse click…

…and open properties

A new window opens

At „ target “it must be added „_/e“.

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Enter after „..Service.exe /e“, please pay attention to the blank after exe. achten

Afterwards close window with „OK“

The installation of the WMF service program is now finished. In the next step, the corresponding FTDI driver still has to be installed.

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11.2 Installation FTDI driver

In order to enable the laptop to communicate with the coffee machine, it is necessary to install a corresponding USB driver (FTDI driver). Please find this driver here: www.servicecenter.wmf.de

-> software for technicians - > WMF 800/900S. After having assigned this driver in Windows to the corresponding coffee machine type, this coffee machine has to be assigned to a fixed com port below com6 in the device manager.

Download FTDI driver (CDM 20600.exe) and save in a folder.

Start the downloaded file – „CDM 20600.exe“ – by a double clock, the FTDI driver installs itself now

Connect coffee machine and laptop by means of a USB cable and switch on coffee machine now.

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11.3 Assign Com Port

In order to grant a safe coffee machine update the coffee machine has to be assigned in the Windows device manager to a fixed com port, this com port must be below com 6.

Open the following window in Windows – „System control“ –> „System“ -> „device manager“:

Now open the path – Ports (com and LPT)

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Here, the interface must be selected on which the coffee machine has been logged (coffee machine must be switched on and connected to the laptop). With a right click to the interface and the selection „Properties“the setting possibilities are opened for this interface.

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Open setting possibilities with „Properties“

Now this window opens

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Open the new window with „Port Settings“and „Advanced“

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In this window the fixed com port must now be assigned, hereby please note that it must be below com 6. Afterwards close all open windows again with

„OK“.

Assign here the new com port and close all windows again by OK.

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Finally, the assigned com port has to be set in the service program with „Extras“-> „Options“. In order to do this, the service program must be opened, the coffee machine must be connected to the laptop with the USB cable and the coffee machine must be switched on.

In – „Extras“-> „Options“you will find the setting possibilities for the communication to the machine.

Open the communication window through „Extras“ - > „Options“

Now the following window opens in which the communication settings can be carried out.

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Open tab „Settings“

Enter at COM port (USB) the COM port assigned in the device manager

At Baudrate please select „19200“

Now all installations, assignments and settings have been carried out and the connection between coffee machine and laptop is possible. Should there be any problems with the connection, please take a look at chapter 11 in which the troubleshooting is described.

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12 Troubleshooting

In this chapter error messages and their elimination is described. Even if settings and installation are correct there might be problems with the connection or the connection may be interrupted. In this chapter, error messages and possible troubleshooting is explained with screenshots.

12.1 Unable to open com port / Timeout connection

Com port could not be opened.

Switch on coffee machine

Connect coffee machine and laptop with USB cable

Assign correct com port in „Extras“ -> „Options“ (chapter 10.3)

Select correct baudrate In „Extras“ -> „Options“ (chapter 10.3)

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12.2 Machine update (HexLoad) does not start by itself

During the first machine update it might happen that the baudrate in HexLoad Program has not been set correctly and thus the update does not start by itself. In order to eliminate this error, the communication settings have to be adjusted in the HexLoad program.

Machine update does not start by itself

Open with „Options“ -> „Communication“ the communication parameters

At baudrate „38400“ must be set

At com port the port must be set which has been assigned to the machine in the Windows device manager (chapter 10.3)

If the communication parameters have been set correctly, the machines update starts automatically.

Service, Start-up, Maintenance

Part 5 Service

5/1 Start-up

5/1.1 General Information for Customer Start-up

In its factory setting, the coffee machine will automatically commence with customer start-up after initial switch-on.

During the display-guided start-up program, the water system fills up. Various prompts guide the user to set the water hardness and select whether a water filter will be fitted. The date of the initial start-up is recorded in the statistics.

Once the start-up is completed, it can only be restarted if this has been enabled by the authorized Service Center using the service program.

For any questions please contact the WMF Coffee Machines Service Department.

5/1.2 Information for Checking in a Service Center

The coffee machine automatically recognizes many electrical faults.

Error messages and operating states will be shown on the display. To enable identification of leaks, it is recommended that the machine be cleaned and descaled.

Error messages, instructions, troubleshooting see part 6

The flow meter is designed for a maximum pressure of 1 bar.

Do not use compressed air to purge the water system.

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Drain the boiler water system when needed (required whenever the coffee machine will be exposed to a temperature of below 0° C, such as during shipping.)

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With the service program in the testing environment, set the start-up flag:

-> This resets the initial commissioning date, and the coffee machine fills up. The coffee machine statistics remain intact. Data-reset erases all statistics entries (see the service program description.)

The last two points are required when the coffee machine is new, but has been and initially started by the end user by running the customer start-up procedure.

5/1.3 Selection of Customer-Specific Settings

See Item 14. Drain boiler

Copying Settings to Several Coffee Machines

Can be done only with the service program in the service center

Using the service program, machine data and beverage settings can be saved and transferred to other coffee machines. Specific machine data, such as the counter, are not transferred (see service program description.)

For any questions please contact the WMF Coffee Machines Service Department.

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5/2 Service and maintenance

5/2.1 Introduction

Small professional coffee machines require regular maintenance and descaling.

Apart from regular cleaning by the user / operator, the coffee machine must be descaled by the user / operator at the intervals shown.

Timing of descaling is calculated by the coffee machine. This depends upon the settings for the degree of hardness of the local mains water and whether or not a water filter is fitted.

Descaling:

When prompted on the display, descaling can be carried out by the user / operator.

Service maintenance:

Service maintenance every 7,000 cycles for WMF 800/900, every 10,000 cycles for

1000 S/1000 pro S. The service maintenance may be performed only by trained staff or by WMF Service. Safety checks must be carried out.

5/2.2 Safety checks during maintenance

By carrying out maintenance, the service engineer takes on the operator’s responsibilities to ensure the safety of the coffee machine.

In particular, he must:

• check the electrical safety devices, e. g. protective earth connections, isolation of primary voltage cables, casing and casing screw connections, temperature limiters on boilers,

• check the safety of the pressure container (s), including connections (corrosion, leaks),

• replace the safety valve (s) as specified.

These checks must be documented. The completion of the maintenance must be recorded in writing and in the appropriate form (incl. name and date).

For descaling, see the user manual and maintenance intervals

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5/2.3 Customer Check-up

5/2.3.1 General Information

The user or operator performs the cleaning and descaling.

5/2.3.2 Care kit for customer check-up (33.2907.4000 and

33.2907.4100)

Care kit 33.2907.4000 for WMF 800/900/1000S

5

6

7

2

3

4

No.

Designation

1 2x O-Ring red

2x O-Ring 3,68 m x 1,78 mm

1x O-Ring 7,65 x 1,78 mm

Elastomer nozzle

(steam nozzle)

Grease for O-rings

Milk foamer complete

Position

Brewing unit

Comments replace

Brewing unit - transition connection replace

Transfer, water tank

All-in-One spout; steam nozzle replace replace , grease lightly with No. 5 replace

Milk hose complete with 1,7 mm and 1,5 mm nozzles replace

Care kit 33.2907.4100 for WMF 1000pro S

5

6

7

2

3

4

No.

Designation

1 2x O-Ring red

2x O-Ring 3,68 m x 1,78 mm

1x O-Ring 7,65 x 1,78 mm

Elastomer nozzle

(steam nozzle)

Position

Brewing unit

Comments replace

Brewing unit - transition connection replace

Transfer, water tank

All-in-One spout; steam nozzle replace replace , grease lightly with No. 5

Grease for O-rings

Milk foamer complete

Milk hose complete with 1,3 mm and 1,15 mm nozzles replace replace

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5/2.3.3 Customer Check-up Procedure

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All-in-One spout WMF 1000 pro S

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5/2.4 Service Maintenance of Coffee Machine

5/2.4.1 General Information

The service message “Service recommended” is shown on the display after every

7,000 or 10,000 cycles. The service may be performed only by trained staff or by

WMF Service. Safety checks must be carried out.

The statistics record the number of counted beverages since start-up (for the date, see the last line.) They cannot be erased. The customer care programs also show how often and when it was last performed. The item “Reference for maintenance” shows how many beverages have been dispensed since the last maintenance.

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Statistic WMF800 Titan

 

Serial number:

Machine number:

Production date:

 

 

Description

03-12-22406

22406

3/27/2012

Machine counter

Total coffee products

Total milk products

Total tea products

Total double products (2x)

Total large cups (XL)

Total pot Cafe Creme

Total coffee products (erasable)

Product 1 count Espresso

Product 2 count Cafe Creme

Product 3 count Cappuccino

Product 4 count Latte macchiato

Product 5 count Mug of milk

Product 6 count Hot water

Product 7 count Espresso

Product 8 count Cafe Creme

Product 9 count Cappuccino

Product 10 count No product

Number ofbrew cycles

Number of milk system rinsings

Last milk system rinsing

Number of piston cleanings

Brew piston cleaning time (minutes)

Last brew piston cleaning

Cleaning prompt delayed

Number of descaling cycles

Descaling time (minutes)

Last descaling

Number of water filter changes

Water filter rinsing time (minutes)

Last water filter change

Actual grounds quantity (sec.) Grinder total grinding time (minutes) Piston motor operating time (minutes) Water pump runtime (min.)

Machine run time (hours) Reference for cleaning (products) Water volume total counter (litre) Current water volume, descaling (litre)

Current water volume, water filter (liter)

Reference for service (brew cycles)

Relay cycle brew water

Relay cycle steamer

Machine commissioning date

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Value

0

0

2

3

1

9

3

1

2

0

0

12

9

1

2

1

0

0

8

3

7/3/2012

2

6:30

 

 

6/19/2012

0

0

0:00

0

5:13

6/18/2012

15.2

0:51

6:20

15:29

18:30

2

3

132

399

6/18/2012

3

3

8

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5/2.4.2 Service Maintenance (reference for maintenance)

In order to perform the maintenance, we recommend you to use the respective care kit and additionally the parts listed in the maintenance table below.

Care kit WMF 800/900/1000S - 33.2907.4000

Care kit WMF 1000proS - 33.2907.4100

Parts Part number

All-in-One spout

(milk foamer assembly)

Care kit

Elastomer nozzle (steam nozzle) Care kit

Milk hose assembly

Air pump (1000 pro S only)

Care kit

33 7007 1596

Service 7.000 / 10.000

Service 14.000 / 20.000 Service 21.000 / 30.000 Service 28.000 / 40.000

replace replace replace replace replace optical inspection and functional test clean replace replace replace optical inspection and functional test clean replace replace replace optical inspection and functional test clean replace replace replace optical inspection and functional test replace replace

Sieve water tank

O-ring water tank coupling

33 7006 2608

Care kit

O-ring set brewing unit assembly

Brewing unit

Grease for O-rings

Grease for casing

Valves

(brewing, release, hot water,

Cappuccino and inlet valves)

Safety valves

(steam and hot water)

Care kit

Care kit

33 2451 7000

33 7006 2126 replace

Clean and lubricate according to lubrication chart in chapter

5/2.5.3.

Visually check for leaks; replace valve base, if required.

Visually check for leaks; replace, if required.

Attention: always replace the safety valves after 2 years

Fan

Oscillation pump

33 2405 4000

33 7006 2160 clean

Visually check for leaks, delivery replace replace

Clean and lubricate according to lubrication chart in chapter

5/2.5.3.

Visually check for leaks; replace valve base, if required.

Visually check for leaks; replace, if required.

clean

Visually check for leaks, delivery replace

Clean and lubricate according to lubrication chart in chapter

5/2.5.3.

Visually check for leaks; replace valve base, if required.

Visually check for leaks; replace, if required.

clean

Visually check for leaks, delivery replace

Clean and lubricate according to lubrication chart in chapter

5/2.5.3.

replace replace replace replace

Flow meter

Grinder

Drive motor

Hot water boiler

33 2393 3000

33 7006 0160

33 2250 2000

33 7006 2300 clean setting

Check the travel of the brewer

Visually check for leaks, lime scale

Steam boiler 33 7006 2350 Visually check for leaks, lime scale

Attention: always replace the hot water and steam boilers after 5 years clean setting

Check the travel of the brewer

Visually check for leaks, lime scale

Visually check for leaks, lime scale clean setting

Check the travel of the brewer

Visually check for leaks, lime scale

Visually check for leaks, lime scale replace setting

Check the travel of the brewer

Visually check for leaks, lime scale

Visually check for leaks, lime scale

After the service or maintenance, perform “Set service” in the service program.

This sets the counter “Reference for maintenance” to 0 (see service program description.)

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5/2.4.3 Service Maintenance Procedure

1. Prepare coffee machine

Coffee machine must be cold and depressurized.

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Switch off coffee machine, disconnect mains plug

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Position coffee machine so that it is easily accessible from all sides

2. Open coffee machine

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Remove all product containers

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Remove all lids

™

Remove the coffee machine covers down to the pedestal

3. Fan

™

Unscrew fan and adapter from side panel

™

Clean fan

™

Refit fan, adapter and side panel

4. Replace safety valves, if required

™

Remove top

™

™

Install new safety valve and replace hose

™

Remove hose from safety valve and unscrew safety valve

Re-install top

5. Replace solenoid valves

Valves must be checked for leakage and lime scale. If required, replace valve base.

™

Remove top

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Remove the safety clip

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Remove solenoid

™

Remove hoses completely

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Replace valve base (observe direction of flow)

™

Replace hoses

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Replace solenoid

The brewing valve must be installed against the direction of flow. The arrow on the valve must point away from the hot water boiler.

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6. All-in-One spout and elastomer nozzle (steam nozzle)

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Remove All-in-One spout

™

Replace elastomer nozzle

™

Completely disassemble the All-in-One spout and clean it

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Replace milk hose, including milk nozzle and suction nipple

™

Completely reassemble the All-in-One spout and install it

Schäumer komplett foamer

Elastomer nozzle (steam nozzle)

7. Brewing unit

™

Disassemble brewing unit

™ clean

™ lubricate - according to lubrication chart

™

Reassemble brewing unit

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Check brewing unit

Complete milk foamer

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Lubrication chart for brewing unit

After disassembly, cleaning, and repair of worn or faulty parts, lightly lubricate the following components (marked areas, bearing and guide surfaces) with the specified food-grade lubricants (note WMF AG product codes). Please note which parts must not be lubricated, and follow the safety and application instructions for food-grade lubricants.

Spindellager oben

Loge de la broche en haut

Spindle bearing oben

Einlauf

Entrée

Plug-in

Seitenwand links

Cloison de côté gauche

Side-wall left

Abstreifer

Stripper

Scrader

Seitenwand rechts

Cloison de côté droite

Side-wall right

Auslaufkolben

Piston de décharge

Outlow piston einfetten graisser grease

Trichter

Entonnoir

Hopper

Kolben unten

Piston en bas

Lower piston

Sprengring

Jonc

Spring clip

Spindellager unten

Loge de la broche en bas

Spindle bearing lower

Seitenwand links

Cloison de côté gauche

Side-wall left

= einfetten mit "Spezialschmierstoff KM" (Art.Nr. 33.2451.7000)

= graisser avec "Spezialschmierstoff KM" (Art.No. 33.2451.7000)

= grease with "Spezialschmierstoff KM" (Art.No. 33.2451.7000)

Schlauchstück komplett

Complete automat-tube

Tube complete automat

Spindellager oben

Loge de la broche en haut

Spindle bearing upper

Drehpunkt- Abstreifer (einfetten!)

Stripper du centre de rotaton (graisser!)

Scrader-center of rotation (grease!)

Friktionskolben (der ganze Umfang, Feder leicht fetten!)

Piston de friction (graisser la plume un peut!)

Friction piston (grease the spring a little bit!)

Spindellager oben + unten (einfetten!)

Loge de la broche en haut et en bas

(graisser!)

Spindle bearing upper and lower

(grease!)

Spindelgewinde (nicht einfetten!)

Filetage de la broche (ne pas graisser)

Spindlethreat (do not grease!)

= Achtung! O-Ring, Brühzylinder oben und unten einfetten mit "Molykote" (Art.Nr. 00.0048.7705

= Attention! Graisser joint torique, cylindre d'echaudage en haut et en bas avec

)

"Molykote" (Art.Nr. 00.0048.7705)

= Attention! Grease seal toroid, brew cylinder above and under with "Klübersynth UH 1-64-2403 food grease" (Art.

No. 00.0048.7705)

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Seitenwand rechts

Cloison de côté droite

Side-wall right

Spindellager unten

Loge de la broche en bas

Spindle bearing lower

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8. Close coffee machine

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Please check to ensure:

- no electric cables are in contact with hot parts,

- all screw fittings are tightened,

- no cables are pinched,

- hoses are not kinked,

- coffee machine is clean inside

- no beans, coffee grounds or dirt are left

™

Replace the coffee machine covers

™

Fit all lids

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Insert product container

9. Restart

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Plug in the mains plug

™

Fill up the water tank

™

Switch on coffee machine and let it warm up

10. Settings

™

Fill grinder

™

Check / set grinding grade

™

Set service in service program

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Check / set cup volumes of beverages

Perform the descaling first, followed by cleaning.

The coffee machine is again ready for operation.

After descaling, check in particular for:

• escaping water

– a screw fitting may not be tightened properly, or a seal may be missing or damaged

• rattling noise

– a hose or another part may be vibrating against the casing or the side covers.

11. Replace oscillation pump

™

Empty water tank, grounds container, and bean hopper

™

Place coffee machine on its back and remove base plate (4 screws)

™

Loosen both rubber holders and remove pump inlet / outlet

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Disconnect cables and remove and dispose of old pump

™

Insert new pump into rubber holder and conect cables

™

Fit pump inlet / outlet and refasten rubber holder

™

Start up the coffee machine and check pump for leaks

12. Replace / clean flow meter

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Empty water tank, grounds container, and bean hopper

™

Place coffee machine on its back and remove base plate (4 screws)

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Remove inlet / outlet hose from flow meter and remove flow meter

™

™

Clean the bottom part under warm, running water with the little brush

™

To open, turn the top part to the right and remove the turbine

When reinstalling, make sure that the red O-ring has been properly inserted

™

Insert flow meter in holder and ensure hoses are kink-free

™

Start up the coffee machine and check pump for leaks

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13. Replace grinder completely

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Remove top

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Remove hopper together with springs

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Disconnect cables

™

Remove grinder, absorber stays in coffee machine

™

Insert new grinder into absorber and conect cables

™

™

Connect cables

™

Refit hopper, ensure hopper can still be moved

Enter the amount of grounds in the service program

™

Calibrate the empty grinder current again

™

Set the grinder counter to “0” in the service program

13.1 Basic grinder settings

After the grinder has been opened in order to remove foreign objects or to exchange the grinder disks, the factory settings must be done:

™

Set adjustment pillar to fine adjustment (adjustment counterclockwise 7 o’clock)

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Remove screw from adjustment pillar, loosen other screw and fold out adjustment pillar

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Close grinder to block (5 Nm torque)

-> Mark on grinder housing: first line leftmost (block position)

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Open adjustment ring (upper grinder disk) for 4 cogs

-> Mark on grinder housing: line in the middle (finest setting)

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Fold adjustment pillar again; pay attention to keep the finest setting

™

Fix screw of adjustment pillar and turn in other screw

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Open grinder via adjustment pillar (with Multitool) for further 6 cogs

-> Mark on grinder housing: last line rightmost (delivery status)

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Reassemble grinder

New installed grinder:

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Set new grinding capacity and idle current in Service Program and delete grinder running time (see Training manual Service Program)

New installed grinder disks:

™

Delete grinder running time in Service Program (see Training manual Service

Program)

14. Empty boiler

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Select Service program -> Test functions (right click on the button) -> Drain system

™

Coffee machine switches off automatically after the steam jet

Empty boiler:

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Disconnect mains plug; allow to cool

™

Open the coffee machine

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Pull the top hose off of the hot water boiler and unscrew the nipple

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Unscrew the level probe on the steam boiler

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Draw the water out of the hot water boiler and steam boiler with the 1.5 m long hose (00.4800.7400)

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Screw the level probe onto the steam boiler, tighten, and plug in the cable

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Install the nipple and insert the hot water hose

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Close coffee machine

The next time it is switched on, the coffee machine will be filled again; all counter levels and statistics entries remain intact

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Part 6 Troubleshooting

6/1 User messages on the display

6/1.1 Operation messages beverage sel. locked fill the water tank

The water tank is nearly empty.

refill beans confirm beverage

Bean hopper is empty. Grinder idle current detected.

empty grounds cont.

Grounds container has reached maximum fill level

grounds cont. empty?

No: C  Yes: P

Confirm that grounds container really was emptied.

lower spout await dripping

Instructions: milk is dripping. (not for 1000 pro S)

heating up...

Message appears when heating up after switch on, or after the Eco-Mode status (no Eco-Mode for

WMF 800)

6/1.2 Cleaning and descaling messages milk system rinsing

No: C  Yes: P

Request for milk system rinsing.

Appears 20 minutes after the last milk beverage preparation. Press off/c button to cancel the process.

your selection pls clean machine

Request for cleaning

machine cleaning

OK: P your selection pls descale machine machine descaling

OK: P

Forced cleaning of machine

(appears 2 days after request to clean).

Coffee machine descaling request

Forced descaling of coffee machine

(appears after 50 liters)

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6/1.3 Maintenance and care messages change water filter

Insert new water filter.

Service recommended

Request for maintenance.

6/2 Error messages and events

6/2.1 Error messages on the display beverage sel. locked grounds cont.missing

beverage sel. locked fill the water tank beverage sel. locked water tank missing beverage sel. locked drip tray missing beverage sel. locked tank lid missing beverage sel. locked lid open place brewer brewer end switch beverage sel. locked clean control panel

Place grounds container.

Refill and place water tank.

Place water tank.

Place drip tray.

Close water tank lid.

Close brewer lid.

Replace brewer.

Place brewing unit correctly, clean the brewing chamber.

Switch off the machine, clean control panel (only with the WMF 800 and 900).

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clear flow stopped water temp. sensor steam temp. sensor grinding too fine?

grinder blocked level timeout motor driver error

EEPROM Error

Fill the water tank, bleed machine via hot water button.

Switch off the machine and allow to cool for at least

4 hours.

If the error repeats, the hot water boiler must be replaced.

Switch off the machine and allow to cool for at least

4 hours. If the error repeats, the steam boiler must be replaced.

Set the grinding degree at the grinder to be more coarse.

See flow errors chapter 2/3.7

The grinder is blocked by foreign objects, grinding sounds can be heard briefly. Remove foreign objects.

The steam boiler is not filled up to the level of the level probe. Possibly air in the system. Inlet valve does not open.

Switch coffee machine off and then on again.

If the error repeats, the grinder motor or the brewer motor must be replaced.

Switch coffee machine off and then on again.

If the error repeats, the CPU must be replaced.

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Instructions, error messages, troubleshooting

6/2.2 Troubleshooting

No milk foam / milk output, but milk is in reservoir

No milk foam, only warm milk

Milk or milk foam too cold

Milk is too hot and there is too little or milk foam has bubbles

Water tank is difficult to move

Brewing unit is difficult to remove and replace

Brewing unit can no longer be pulled out or inserted

Noticeably large amount of coarse ground coffee in the brewing chamber

Oscillation pump makes loud noises

Coffee has no crema

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Check whether: hot steam is dispensed elastomer nozzle is inserted milk hose is kinked or squashed

™

Clean spout

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Carry out milk system rinse

If the problem continues:

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Clean milk system

All components must be clean, and the passages must be clear.

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Clean the air intake cap and the air intake pipe (not for

WMF 1000 pro S)

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Check air pump (only with the WMF 1000 pro S)

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Check whether the correct milk nozzle is attached to the milk hose

Milk is too hot:

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Refrigerate milk

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Check whether the milk hose is kinked or squashed

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Check whether the correct milk nozzle is attached to the milk hose

Leakage:

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Check all connections and seals of the spout

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Lightly smear the O-rings on the water tank coupling with the WMF “gasket grease”

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Lightly the smear O-rings on the brewer with

WMF gasket grease

Brewing unit is not in the basic position:

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The brewing unit can be adjusted using the multitool until the brewer can be inserted

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Remove coffee grounds residue from the inside of the brewer

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Check grinding degree setting and set finer if necessary

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Check whether the metal spring ring is missing from the brewer plunger

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Check the ground coffee spout on the grinder

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Air in the system

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Bleed machine: dispense hot water until a constant stream of water comes out

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Push in water tank completely

Instructions: it is normal for the oscillation pump to start by itself from time to time during operation, as it automatically fills the system.

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Coffee mixture is not suitable, or coffee is no longer fresh

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Quantity of ground coffee is set too low

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Cup is too cold: preheat

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Grinding degree too coarse: set the grinding degree to be finer

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Carry out warm-up rinse

T6-4

© WMF 800 / 900 / 1000 S / 1000 pro S Edition 07/2014 - KMT

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