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Piccolina Capsule Machine
Instruction Manual & Guarantee
CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Safety precautions
3
Intended use and disposal
5
Know your capsule machine
6
First use & after draining
8
Warm & prime machine
9
Brewing coffee
10
Rinsing after beverages
11
Out of water during brewing cycle
12
Interupted brewing cycle
13
Adjusting cup height
14
Choosing the volume
15
Choosing the temperature
16
Saving energy
17
Daily maintenance
18
Descaling the machine
19
To cancel descaling cycle
21
Draining the appliance
22
Troubleshooting
23
Guarantee
24
Unpack the box with care, keeping all the packaging materials until you are satisfied everything
is present and in working order. Once satisfied remove any tags from the CAPSULE
MACHINE and recycle the packaging appropriately.
READ ALL THE
INSTRUCTIONS
outlets complying with the
requirements of law. Make sure that
the power supply voltage matches the
rating shown on the data plate on the
bottom of the appliance.
CAREFULLY BEFORE
USING YOUR DUALIT
CAPSULE MACHINE.
KEEP THESE
INSTRUCTIONS SAFE
FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE.
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To avoid the risk of fire, set the
appliance on a flat, heat-resistant
surface. Only use and store the
appliance indoors.
•
Do not let the power cord dangle!
Position the cord so there is no risk of
tripping.
•
Do not allow the appliance to be used
by children or persons with impaired
mental, physical or sensory faculties or
insufficient experience and/or skills,
unless they are under the careful
supervision and guidance of a person
responsible for their safety. Children
must be kept under supervision to
prevent them from playing with the
appliance.
•
Always close the lever. Never open the
lever while the appliance is operating.
Always use the appliance with the drip
tray and grill in place.
•
The quantity of coffee dispensed can
be programmed up to a maximum of
250ml.
•
Never place your hands inside the
capsule compartment. Danger of injury!
Never remove parts of the appliance.
Do not insert objects into the openings.
This could cause electric shocks! Any
operation that is not described in this
Always follow these safety precautions
when using your capsule machine, for your
own safety and to avoid damaging the
machine.
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•
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Do not use the appliance if it is
damaged in any way. At the first sign of
defects or unusual noises or smells, turn
off the appliance and unplug it. In such
cases contact an Authorised Service
Centre.
Only use the appliance if the power
cord is intact. If the cord is damaged, it
should be replaced. Contact an
Authorised Service Centre to prevent
danger of electric shocks. Do not leave
the power cord near hot surfaces,
sharp edges or other sharp objects.
When disconnecting the appliance, pull
the plug, not the cord; otherwise it may
be damaged.
Only connect the appliance to power
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INTENDED USE AND DISPOSAL
instruction manual should only be
performed by an Authorised Service
Centre.
•
Clean the appliance carefully and
regularly. If it is not cleaned, the
build-up that forms may be hazardous
to your health. Unplug the appliance
and allow it to cool before cleaning.
•
Descale the appliance regularly,
following the instructions provided. If
you do not, the appliance may be
damaged and may become harmful to
your health.
•
Make sure the electrical elements, plug
and cord are dry. Never submerge the
appliance in water. Protect the
appliance from sprays and drips. Water
and electricity together constitute a risk
of electrocution
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The appliance is made to brew coffee
and dispense hot water. It is intended
for domestic use and must be used in
accordance with these instructions. Use
only Caffitaly System capsules. Any
other use is to be considered improper.
Use of the appliance in any manner
other than as directed herein could
cause harm to persons and void the
guarantee. The manufacturer will not
be responsible for injury or damage
resulting from improper use of the
appliance.
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The appliance has been manufactured
using high quality materials that can be
reused or recycled. Dispose of the
appliance in a suitable waste collection
centre.
•
When you decide to dispose of the
appliance, unplug it from the power
outlet. Then cut off the power cord as
close to the body of the appliance as
possible.
•
Directions for correct disposal of the
product according to European
Directive 2002/96/EC. At the end of its
useful life, the product should not be
disposed of with unsorted household
waste. It should be taken to a suitable
selective waste collection centre set up
by the local authorities or returned to a
retailer who provides this service.
Separate collection of an electric
household appliance avoids a possible
negative impact on the environment
and health arising from improper
disposal and enables the materials it is
If you do not expect to use the
appliance for a long period of time,
unplug it.
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
In the interest of improving products, Dualit
Ltd. reserves the right to change the
product specification without prior notice.
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made of to be recovered so as to
achieve significant savings of energy and
resources. The crossed-out wheelie bin
symbol applied on the product
highlights the need to dispose of
electric appliances separately. Improper
disposal of the product by the user
shall be subject to specific
administrative sanctions as provided for
under current regulations. The
packaging is made from recyclable
materials. Contact the relevant
authorities for information regarding
local legislation.
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The Caffitaly System plastic capsule
cups are recyclable. The foil cover is
not and should be removed from the
capsule cup and disposed of with
unsorted household waste. The used
coffee grounds can be composted.
KNOW YOUR CAPSULE MACHINE
CONTROLS
WATER TANK DOOR
CAPSULE
COMPARTMENT
LEVER
• High pressure (15 Bar)
LONG ESPRESSO
BUTTON
• 35ml
• High pressure (15 Bar)
ESPRESSO BUTTON
• 60ml
(Temperature selector page 16)
DISPENSING SPOUT
(ADJUSTABLE)
USED CAPSULE
DRAWER
DRIP TRAY
FILTER COFFEE BUTTON
WATER TANK
INDICATOR LIGHT
• Low pressure (3.5 Bar)
POWER ON/OFF
SWITCH
6
OVERFLOW
INDICATOR
• 110ml
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FIRST USE & AFTER DRAINING
1 FILL WATER TANK
WARM AND PRIME MACHINE
The cup must be the correct temperature before the first use. N.B. failure to do this will
x1
effect the temperature of the coffee.
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3 WAIT 60 SECONDS
2 TURN ON
3 WAIT 60 SECONDS
2 TURN ON
1 FILL WATER TANK
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O
60
60
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O
60
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O
SEC
SEC
Fill the water tank with fresh, Plug in the appliance and
turn it on.
still water.
The buttons and indicator
light will blink simultaneously.
60 Wait 60 seconds.
SEC
Fill water tank with water,
do not go above the max
mark. Filtered water will
reduce the build up of
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limescale.
Plug in the appliance and
turn it on.
4 PLACE CUP
SEC
60ml
5 RINSE MACHINE
6 EMPTY DRIP TRAY
4 PLACE CUP
The buttons will blink
simultaneously. Wait 60
seconds.
35ml
O
35ml
60
SEC
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O
60ml
35ml
60
5 WARM CUP
60
SEC
6 READY FOR USE
SEC
60ml
35ml
110ml
35ml
Espresso
35ml
60ml
60
60ml
35ml
Small cup
110ml
Mug
60ml
x2
SEC
110ml
Place a cup under the
110ml
dispensing
spout.
Ensure NO capsule is
inserted in the capsule
compartment.
Press the Long espresso
button to prime. All the
buttons and the indicator
light will blink.
At the end of this operation,
empty out the water from
the drip tray.
35ml
60ml
Place a cup under the
110ml
dispensing spout.
110ml
Ensure NO capsule is
inserted in the capsule
compartment.
Press the desired coffee
button once. The selected
coffee button will blink. The
appliance will stop dispensing
on reaching the programmed
quantity and emit a beep.
9
8
Espresso
Discard the water from the
pre-warmed cup or mug, dry
and place back under the
dispensing spout. Your
machine is ready.
1
60
x1
SEC
BREWING COFFEE
RINSING
AFTER BEVERAGES
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See individual capsule boxes for information on how to prepare beverage varieties.
Traces of the drink
O just dispensed may remain inside the machine. When switching from one drink
to another or after the last use of the day rinse the machine.
60ml
35ml
1 RAISE THE LEVER
2
INSERT CAPSULE
3 CLOSE THE LEVER
2 RINSE MACHINE
1 PLACE CUP
3 EMPTY DRIP TRAY
110ml
60
x1
Raise the lever to open the
capsule compartment.
Insert the capsule, pressing it
gently into place.
SEC
Place a cup under the
dispensing spout.
Close the lever firmly.
Ensure NO capsule is
inserted in the capsule
compartment.
x2
60ml
35ml
Press the Long espresso
button. Repeat 2-3 times,
emptying the cup when
required.
60ml
35ml
At the end of this operation,
empty out the water and
capsules from the drip tray.
110ml
4 PLACE CUP
5 DISPENSE COFFEE
6 EJECT USED
CAPSULE
110ml
Espresso
Espresso
Small cup
Long Espresso
Mug
Espresso
Filter coffee
x2
x1
60ml
35ml
Place a prewarmed cup
under the coffee dispensing
spout.
Raise the lever to eject the
Press the desired coffee
used capsule into the
button once. The selected
coffee button will blink. The drawer. Close the lever.
appliance will stop dispensing
on reaching the programmed
quantity and emit a beep.
10
Espresso
110ml
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OUT OF WATER DURING
BREWING CYCLE
1 WHEN THE WATER
RUNS OUT
INTERUPTED BREWING CYCLE
3 RESUME
2 FILL THE TANK
1 LEVER IS RAISED
DISPENSING
2 STOP DISPENSING
3 CLOSE LEVER
x3
x1
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The indicator light will blink
Fill the tank with fresh, still
RED and the appliance will
water.
emit 3 beeps; the water tank
is empty.
Press the same button as
before; the appliance will
resume dispensing.
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If the lever is raised while a
x1
beverage is being
dispensed...
4 RESET ALARM
... the indicator light will blink
RED and an intermittent
beep will be emitted. The
appliance will immediately
stop dispensing.
Close the lever.
5 BREW A NEW CUP
SEC
Espresso
Espresso
Long Espresso
M
Filter coffee
60ml
35ml
110ml
12
Press a button to reset the
alarm.
Press the button
corresponding to the desired
type of coffee to35ml
brew a
new cup.
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60ml
ADJUSTING THE CUP HEIGHT
CHOOSING THE VOLUME
The quantities of coffee dispensed is preprogrammed . The volume can be changed
according to your personal taste and the size of the cups.
1 ADJUSTABLE CUP
HEIGHT
2 LARGE CUPS
3 MOVE DISPENSING
1 INSERT CAPSULE
SPOUT
3 PRESS BUTTON
2 PLACE CUP
AND HOLD
x1
Espresso
Long espresso
Filter coffee
The appliance can be
adjusted for the use of large
cups or espresso cups.
The appliance is initially set
for the use of large cups.
Insert the capsule, pressing it
gently into place (see
page10).
In order to use espresso
cups, you must manually
move the tip of the
dispensing spout
Place a cup under the coffee
dispensing spout depending
on the type of coffee you
wish to programme.
x2
4 ESPRESSO CUPS
4 RELEASE BUTTON
5 FACTORY
STANDARD
VOLUMES
60ml
35ml
Espresso
x3
110ml
In this way you can obtain
the best results when using
small espresso cups.
Espresso
Small cup
Mug
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On reaching the desired
amount of coffee in a cup,
release the button. The
appliance will emit 3 beeps.
Now the button is
reprogrammed.
The factory standard
volumes are: espresso 35ml,
long espresso 60ml and filter
coffee 110ml.
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Press and hold the desired
coffee button.
CHOOSING THE TEMPERATURE
The
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temperature
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SAVING ENERGY
of coffee dispensed can be preprogrammed according to personal taste.
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THE LEVERO
1 LIFT
x1
The machine features a function which automatically reduces energy consumption by around 98%
after one hour has elapsed from last use.
3 CHANGE
2 PRESS BUTTON
AND HOLD
x1
3 WAIT 60 SECONDS
2 DEACTIVATE
1 ACTIVATE
TEMPERATURE
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O
x1
x1
Switch the machine off and
lift the lever.
4
Standard temperature
x1
Press and hold down the
buttons simultaneously and
press the power on/off switch.
Ensure both buttons are firmly
pressed. The indicator light will
will be illuminated RED and
one beep will be emitted.
x1
60
SEC
The machine
x1 will
automatically reduce
consumption one hour after
the last. The buttons will
blink intermitently.
Press the temperature
selector button untill you
reach the temperature
required. The machine will
emit a beep.
5 ACTIVATE
+1oc
The appliance will warm up.
Wait 60 seconds.
4 READY
CHANGES
+2oc
To restore normal operating
conditions, press any button
or raise the lever.
+3oc
60
SEC
60
SECI
O
60ml
35ml
N.B. The button illuminated denotes coffee temperature
Standard
setting. To scroll through options
presstemperature
the Long espresso
button (see image 3 above).
Standard temperature
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60
SEC
When the appliance is ready
the buttons will be
illuminated WHITE.
Switch off and on to activate
o
c
+1changes.
the
+1oc
110ml
60
SEC
60
SEC
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DAILY MAINTENANCE
DESCALING THE MACHINE
BEFORE CLEANING, MAKE SURE THE MACHINE IS SWITCHED OFF, UNPLUGGED
AND ALLOWED TO COOL. Do not wash any of the plastic accessories in a dishwasher.
The machine features a programme that monitors how much water is used to dispense
beverages. This provides the user with indications as to when the machine needs to be descaled.
1 REMOVE DRIP TRAY
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2 EMPTY CAPSULE
DRAWER
3 EMPTY DRIP TRAY
1 DESCALING
WARNING
3 PREPARE SOLUTION
2 TURN OFF
1L
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O
x3
Remove the drip tray and
used capsule drawer.
Lift the capsule drawer,
empty and rinse it out.
Remove the grill. Empty the
drip tray and rinse it out with
fresh water.
x3
4 EMPTY WATER
ATTENTION!
TANK
When the indicator light
blinks (ORANGE) and the
appliance emits 3 beeps, it is
advisable to carry out a
descaling cycle.
60
SEC
4 PLACE CONTAINER
Turn the machine off.
x1
5 ACTIVATE
Prepare the descaling
solution following the
manufacturer’s directions and
pour 1 litre of solution into
the tank.
6 1ST PHASE -
DESCALING
DESCALING CYCLE
3
SEC
35ml
60ml
I
O
Remove the water tank.
Empty and rinse out the
tank.
No parts are dishwasher
safe. After each use clean all
parts with a damp cloth.
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Place a container (at least
110ml
250ml)
under the coffee
dispensing spout. It is
recommended to use a
700ml container.
x1
Press and hold down the
buttons simultaneously and
press the power on/off switch.
Ensure both buttons are firmly
pressed. Two people may be
required to do this.
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The Long espresso button and
the indicator light (ORANGE)
blink alternately. Press the
button to start the descaling
cycle.
x1
7 DESCALING CYCLE
8 EMPTY CONTAINER
9 END OF 1ST PHASE
13 END OF 2ND PHASE
14 RINSE OUT WATER
14 END CYCLE
TANK
1L
50
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O
x1
MIN
x1
The machine doses a small
amount of the descaling
solution and then pauses to
allow solution to work. There
are 5 dose / pause cycles.
Approx. 1 every 10 minutes.
10 RINSE OUT WATER
TANK
x1
If the container fills up, empty
it out.
11 2ND PHASE RINSE CYCLE
1L
When the 1st phase of the
descaling cycle is over, the
Long espresso button and
the indicator light
(ORANGE) blink alternately.
12 EMPTY CONTAINER
When the machine has
purged approx. 1 litre, the
Long espresso button and the
indicator light (ORANGE)
blink alternately. The machine
will emit a beep.
Carefully rinse out the water
tank and fill it with fresh
drinking water.
TO CANCEL THE
DESCALING
CYCLE
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Press the button to quit the
cycle and prime machine.
1 EXITING
DESCALING CYCLE
O
The cycle can be cancelled and reset. Hold down the
I espresso
and filter coffee button for 3 seconds. This will cancel
O the
descale cycle.
N.B. Ensure both buttons are firmly pressed. Two people may
be required to do this.
I
O
3
SEC
x1
Carefully rinse out the water
tank and fill it with fresh
drinking water.
The Long espresso button
and the indicator light
(ORANGE) blink alternately.
Press the button to start the
rinse cycle.
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N.B. you will need to empty
the container during this cycle.
To pause, lift lever or press a
button. To resume close lever
and press the Long espresso
button.
x3
x1
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x3
0
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DRAINING THE APPLIANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
When the appliance is not used for a long time or it is only used once a week, it is necessary to
drain the water. It is best to use fresh water for each use.
2 EMPTY WATER
1 TURN OFF
What do I do if no coffee is brewed?
3 TURN ON
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TANK
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O
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O
Turn the machine off.
Remove and empty the water
tank.
What do I do if I can’t access, drain or
descale feature?
The water is empty, the indicator light
is on red
•
Press down in the centre of the button
•
Fill the tank with fresh water
•
Ensure you feel the button engage
•
Make sure the tank is correctly
positioned. You should see bubbles in
the water rising to the top
•
See active button zones highlighted
•
Press the desired coffee button
•
The appliance will resume brewing
What if the coffee is not hot enough?
Press and hold down the
buttons simultaneously and
press the power on/off switch.
Ensure both buttons are firmly
pressed. Two people may be
required to do this.
x1
•
Preheat the cup (see pg 9)
•
The cup may be cold or there may be
a build up of scale in the machine
•
Descale the machine
x1
4 WAIT 30 SECONDS
5 DRAINAGE CYCLE
x1
30
SEC
The indicator light will blink
(RED). Wait 30 seconds
What if the lever cannot be lowered?
6 TURN OFF
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O
•
The used capsule drawer may be full or
there may be a capsule stuck inside the
machine
•
Empty out the used capsule drawer
•
Remove the used capsule
30
SEC
The indicator light will blink
(RED) and the machine will
carry out a drainage cycle. At
the end the indicator light
blinks and the appliance emits
a beep.
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Turn the machine off. The
next time you turn it on you
will have to carry out a new
start-up procedure
(see page 8).
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GUARANTEE
This appliance is of excellent quality and construction. However, if any defects in materials
or workmanship do appear during the relevant Guarantee period we will, at our discretion,
either repair or replace the defective parts free of charge, subject to the terms and
conditions of our Guarantee shown below.
This Guarantee covers both parts and
labour. Carriage is not included.
•
Your mains electricity supply is
functional
Your Guarantee period is as follows:
•
The defect is not due to a blown fuse
•
If you wish to claim under this Guarantee
you should:
1 years on parts
This Guarantee provides benefits which are
additional to, and do not affect, your
statutory rights. This guarantee does not
cover the cost of returning the product to
the dealer from whom it was purchased or
to Dualit. This Guarantee applies only to
products sold and located in mainland
Great Britain. It does not cover liability in
respect of or replacement of plugs, cables
or fuses and also does not cover defects
due to:
•
Failure to use or maintain product in
accordance with Dualit's instructions
•
The product being connected to an
unsuitable electricity supply
•
Accidental damage to or abuse or
misuse of the product
•
The product has not been modified
except by Dualit or approved agent
•
Dismantling of or interference with the
product
•
Theft or attempted theft of the
product
Send the product, postage or carriage
paid, to the dealer from whom it was
purchased or to Dualit direct
•
Ensure that the product is clean and
packed carefully (preferably in its
original carton)
•
Enclose details of your name, address
and telephone number and when and
where the product was purchased,
together with proof of purchase (e.g. a
till receipt)
•
Give exact details of the nature of the
defect
This Guarantee does not cover any other
claims whatsoever, including, without
limitation, any liability for incidental, indirect
or consequential damage, nor does it cover
any claims for conversion or modification or
for the costs of repair carried out by any
third party without the prior consent of
Dualit. If replacement parts are fitted to the
product this will not extend the period of
the Guarantee.
Before returning any product under this
Guarantee, please check that:
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For further advise contact the Dualit
customer helpline on +44 (0)1293 652 500
(09:00 to 17:00 Monday to Friday).
You have followed the product
instructions correctly
Alternatively, email Dualit at
info@dualit.com or visit www.dualit.com.
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Telephone: +44 (0) 1293 652 500 Facsimile: +44 (0) 1293 652 555
Email: info @ dualit.com Web: www.dualit.com
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