Andrew James | Premium Coffee Maker With IntegratedGrinder | Espresso Coffee Maker

Espresso Coffee Maker
Please read the manual fully before using the appliance and keep the
manual safe for future reference.
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Contents page
Important safety instructions
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Additional safety
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Appliance components diagram
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Accessories diagram
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Using and assembling the appliance
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Preheating
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Preparing a single shot (1 cup) of espresso
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Preparing a double shit (2 cup) of espresso Page 7
Removing/ adding the portafilter
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Brewing process
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Preparing cappuccino
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Cleaning and storing the appliance
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Descaling
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Electrical information
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UK and EU Guarantee
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Disposal of the appliance
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Contact details
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Important safety instructions
Before using the Espresso Coffee Maker please follow all basic safety instructions
including the following:
Read all instructions before use
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To protect against the risk of burning please do not touch hot surfaces, use
the appropriate handles or knobs provided
To avoid electric shocks, fire and general injuries do not put the main
appliance, cords or plugs into water
Children must be supervised at all times whilst using the appliance
This appliance is not intended to be used by persons with reduced physical,
sensory and mental capacities, unless they are supervised or seen fit to use
the appliance by a persons responsible for their safety (this includes children)
Ensure that the plug is removed from the main supply before cleaning
Before removing parts and cleaning allow time for the appliance to cool
Do not use the appliance if it has a damaged cord, plug or if the appliance has
been damaged in anyway. Please contact the manufacturer or a qualified
person before replacing parts
Do not use accessories unless they have been evaluated for use as this may
lead to injury
The appliance is for indoor use only
Do not let the cord hang over the edge of a counter, table or onto any hot
surface
Do not put the appliance near or on hot gas, electric burners or in a heated
oven
To disconnect the product press the on/off button before safely removing the
plug from the main supply
The appliance is not to be used for anything other than its intended use
Lids must be secured correctly before use
Be aware that removing lids during the brewing process may lead to scalding
Always take care and use oven gloves when handling hot materials and allow
time for it too cool before cleaning
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Additional safety
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The appliance should be plugged into a 230V AC electrical outlet only
Only water is to be used in the appliance, do not put any other liquids or
foods in the appliance unless as instructed in the cleaning instructions
Do not move the appliance whilst hot, allow a cooling period to occur
before moving
When moving the machine always pick it up by the base
Only put the appliance on a heat resistant surface
If a problem occurs with the appliance switch it off using the on/off button
and unplug it from the main supply
If the appliance falls into water do not attempt to rescue it. Remove the
plug from the main supply immediately and contact the customer service
department for a repair or re-supply
Always use fresh, clean and cool water in the appliance
Ensure that the steam knob is moved to the off position when the appliance
isn’t in use
The appliance is for domestic use only
Relieve pressure via the steam wand before removing the cup or filter
basket
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Appliance components diagram
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Storage warming rack
2.
Removable water reservoir lid
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Removable water reservoir
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Steam knob
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Portafilter
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Espresso spout
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Removable drip plate
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Removable drip tray
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Steam wand
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ON/OFF button
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1– cup (single shot) button
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2– cup (double shot) button
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Plug
Accessories
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Portafilter
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Tamping/ measuring spoon
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Coffee bag filter basket
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1– cup (single shot) filter
basket
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2– cup (double shot) filter
Warning – Ensure that you clean and empty the removable drip tray to avoid
spillages. To cleanly remove the drip plate lift it up and off the unit. Empty the
excess water, rinse and replace the drip plate.
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Using and assembling the appliance
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Before using the appliance for the fist time you must clean the machine and
prime the pump. Make sure the appliance is also on a level surface and near
a sink making it easier to discard water.
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Ensure the plug is not attached to the mains supply
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Remove the lid and gently lift the water
reservoir at the back of the unit by
lifting it up and off the unit (refer to Fig
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Always make sure that the water level
never drops below the minimum mark.
If the appliance is turned on without water the pump will be permanently
damaged. Never operate the appliance without water in the reservoir.
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Please ensure that the water level also never exceeds the maximum mark
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Return the water reservoir to its original position and replace the lid
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Without any coffee add a 2-cup filter basket into the portafilter holder.
Following the instructions found in “Removing/ adding portafilter” insert
and lock it into the espresso maker .
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Place the container underneath the Portafilter to catch water leaving the
spout.
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The plug the appliances cord into a 230 V AC electrical outlet.
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To turn the Espresso maker on press the ON/OFF button, it will then begin to
flash.
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Press and hold the 1 cup and two cup button for at least 3 seconds at the
same time. The espresso machine will then start to heat instantly.
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Once the ON/OFF button stops flashing the espresso machine is ready to
use.
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Then empty the container and also the drip try, the espresso machine is now
fully ready to use.
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Pre-heating
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To maximise the taste and het the correct
temperature of an espresso it is important that the
machine is pre-heated. Before using the appliance
for the first time it is important to fill the water
reservoir to the maximum mark and re-insert it
ensuring it is securely in place.
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Please note that the water level should never
exceed the maximum mark
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The water level must never drop below the
minimum mark
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Ensure that the steam knob is in the OFF position
Preparing a single shot (1 cup) of espresso
1.
Put the 1-cup filter basket into a Portafilter.
2.
Then add a singular full tamping/ measuring spoon
(close to 5 full teaspoons) of fresh espressoground coffee to the groove as illustrated in Fig 4
into the 1 cup filter basket. For an enhanced
coffee flavour compress the ground coffee further
into the 1 cup basket.
3.
Always ensure the filter basket is properly seated in the Portafilter.
Preparing a double shot (2 cups) of espresso
1.
Put the 2 cup filter basket into the Portafilter
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Then add a double full tamping/ measuring spoon
( close to 10 full teaspoons) of fresh espressoground coffee to the groove as illustrated in Fig 4
into the 1 cup filter basket. For an enhanced coffee
flavour compress the ground coffee further into the 1 cup basket.
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Always ensure the filter basket is properly seated in the Portafilter
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Removing/adding the Portafilter
1.
Place the portafilter (which has already been filled with ground coffee) in
line with the unlock icon on the left side of the coffee spout
2.
Then push the portafilter upwards and under
the machines espresso spout (Fig 6). To ensure
it is fully inserted hold the portafilter in one
and place the other hand on top of the
machine.
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The rotate the handle in an anti-clockwise
fashion until it is under the lock icon on the
side of the espresso spout.
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The portafilter will then fit tightly into the machine, when fitted correctly it
will be flat against the machine with the handle perfectly centred at the
front of the espresso maker
Warning
To eliminate the risks of buns and burning water spillages ensure that the filter
basket is fitted correctly and that the full portafilter is inserted properly in the
espresso maker.
Never touch the portafilter immediately after use, always allow it too cool
thoroughly before touching the appliance to avoid burning fingers or hands from
the rising steam.
Brewing process
1.
Place an espresso cup onto the drip tray directly under the portafilter.
2.
For a singular shot (1– cup) or a double shot (2– cup) press the appropriate
single or double button.
3.
Once the heated water has passed through the machine the espresso maker
will stop. Remove the cup from the drip tray taking the necessary
precautions.
4.
Always unplug and allow the machine to cool after use and before cleaning.
5.
After each use wash the portafilter and filter basket in warm soapy water,
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rinse and dry after each use.
Preparing cappuccino
A traditional cappuccino normally consists of 1 part espresso and 2 parts milk with
frothy milk resting on the top, to achieve optimal results always use fresh cold milk.
Additional ingredients can be used to customise your cappuccino for example
cinnamon and cocoa sprinkles can be added to add extra depths or flavour your
cappuccino.
For the best results please follow these instructions:
1.
Fill up the stainless steel frothing mug with cold, fresh milk till its 1/3 full
(add a small amount of ice-cubes if preferable).
2.
Switch the espresso machine on using the ON/OFF button and turn the
steam knob to the setting “Heat”. Once the appliance is sufficiently heated
the ON/OFF light will become steady. This function is to pre-heat the steam
wand and also reduce excess water that will come out of the steam wand. Be
aware that water may shoot out of the steam wand once its pre-heated.
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The ON/OFF sign will stop flashing when its ready to create steam.
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Once this has occurred turn the steam knob to “Heat”.
5.
Lift the frothing mug towards the steam wand at a slight angle ensuring that
the tip of the wand stays just under the surface of the milk, continuously
rotate the mug in a circular motion, this will heat the milk.
6.
Take caution when frothing the milk as the mug will become heated, it is
advised that you hold it by the handle or wear oven gloves.
7.
Start creating froth by lowering the mug so that the tip of the froth wand is
just below the surface of the milk. Once a sufficient amount of froth has
been created turn the selector control to the OFF function and remove the
mug.
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Before proceeding wait until the steam wand produces no further steam.
This allows extra steam to leave the wand whilst cleaning of it of excess milk.
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The frothing mug should now hold the consistency of half milk (resting at the
bottom of the jug) with the top half containing the foam.
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Pour an equal ratio of foam to milk in the cup of cappuccino . The milk
should predominately come first whilst the foam can be spooned onto the
cappuccino.
Cleaning & storing the appliance
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Begin the cleaning process by turning the portafilter until the handle faces
the unlocked position, this is visible as the portafilter will visually drop down
and out of the appliance.
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Empty the filter basket of used coffee, in some cases it is advisable to use a
kitchen brush to clean the filter basket of excess used coffee granules. A pin
may also be used to dispense of clogged holes on either the filter basket or
the steam wand.
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Ensure that both the portafilter and filter basket (s) are thoroughly cleaned
with warm water and correctly dried after every use.
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After every use empty the drip tray of water, clean and dry with a clean
cloth. Then replace it with the clean drip plate.
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Before storing, wipe down the outside of the espresso maker and the steam
wand with a damp cloth drying thoroughly afterwards.
Caution
Do not use solvents or detergents that may damage the surface of the machine.
Also be aware that several parts of the machine i.e. pour spout, filter basket,
portafilter and the tamping/ measuring spoon are not dishwasher safe.
Descaling
Overtime an accumulation of minerals and calcium can affect the performance of
the espresso maker. It is therefore vital that after approximately every 300 cups of
coffee the espresso maker is cleaned and distilled in vinegar. To descale your
espresso maker you should adhere to the following guidelines:
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As with previous cleaning instructions make sure that the appliance is
unplugged from the mains.
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Mix approximately two tablespoons of vinegar to 1 litre of water, then pour
the solution into the water reservoir.
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Do not attach the portafilter to the espresso maker instead simply place a
container on the drip tray under the espresso spout.
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To start the machine press the ON/OFF button, the light will then begin to
flash.
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Simultaneously press the 1 cup and the 2 cup button at the same time and
ensure you hold them down for three seconds. The espresso maker will then
begin to heat automatically.
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Once the ON/OFF button stops flashing allow the vinegar/water mixture to
sit for a further 15 minutes.
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Additionally press the 2-cup button to continue the brewing process until the
reservoir is empty. This ensures full descaling
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Rinse the reservoir to remove all excess calcium and solution. Fill it with
clean water and replace.
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The repeat steps 4 through to 6, this allowing clean water to flow through
the espresso maker.
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Rinse the water reservoir , fill it with clean water and replace it to its original
position.
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As seen in Fig 2 turn the steam knob to heat, this will cause the ON/OFF
button to flash.
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Fill the frothing mug 1/3 full using the pouring spout, then 1/2 full with fresh
clean water and leave it to one side.
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Once the ON/OFF button stops flashing the espresso maker is ready to
produce steam.
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Proceed to turn the knob to steam.
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Hold the frothing mug by the handle and bring it up towards the steam
wand. Insert the steam wand just below the surface of the water. Once the
water produced by the steam wand looks clean turn the steam wand to the
off position.
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Electrical information
Please note:
It is extremely important that the wires or cores in the flex are connected to the
correct terminals in the plug. If the colour of the mains lead of the appliance does
not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug
proceed as follows:
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The Live (Brown) wire
connects to the right- most
live (L) terminal nearest to
the fuse.
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The Neutral (Blue) wire
connects to the left-most
neutral (N) terminal.
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The Earth (Green and
Yellow) wire connects to the
central, top most earthed (E)
terminal.
Warning:
If the appliance is double insulated indicated by the double insulated symbol:
it should not have an earth wire or earth connection.
Plug
The plug must be protected by the correct AMP fuse; this will be indicated on the
case of the plug. Only BSI or ASTA approved fuses should be used. When changing
the fuse always replace it with a fuse that is of the same identical rating as the
original. If you are unsure about which plug or fuse to use, always refer to a
qualified electrician.
Please note after replacing the fuse, ensure that the cover is correctly fitted back
onto the plug. Never attempt to run the appliance if the plug does not have a cover.
If a moulded plug is fitted and has to be removed take great care in disposing of the
plug and severed cable, it must be destroyed to prevent it from engaging into a
socket. If the supply cord is damaged it must be replaced by a service agent or a
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similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
All of our electrical appliances conform to pre-existing EC Directives 2006/95/EC
(Low Voltage Directive) and 2004/108/EC (EMC Directives).
For further information please visit http://www.esc.org.uk/industry/productsafety/product-testing-screening/kitchen-appliances/
UK and EU Guarantee
Your new Andrew James product comes with a 24 month guarantee and a 2 year
fixed warranty, effective from receipt confirmation. Your receipt or order number is
required as proof of purchase date so it is imperative that you keep it safe. This
guarantee only applies if the item has been used solely for the use intended, and all
instructions have been followed accordingly. Please note this product is only for
domestic not commercial use. Abuse of your product will invalidate the guarantee.
Returned goods can only be accepted if repackaged properly within the original
colour product box, and presented with the original receipt of sale/order number.
This does not affect your statutory rights. Returned products must be cleaned and
returned to us in as close to delivery condition as possible.
If your product develops a problem within the first 12 months of the fixed warranty,
we will pay all shipping costs to have it returned to us. After 12 months the
customer will be liable for the cost of returning the product to us. We will then pay
to have the repaired/replaced item shipped back to the customer.
If you wish to return your item for a full refund, you have the right to do so within
the first 7 days. For our returns policy please go to
www.andrewjamesworldwide.com
Customers are responsible for any taxes applied to our products when they are
shipped outside of the EU. All of our prices are inclusive of VAT.
Once a product has been returned to us, we will aim to repair or replace it within 30
days of receipt. The guarantee does not cover any defect arising from improper use,
damage, build-up of lime scale or repair attempts made by third-parties. Also, the
guarantee does not cover normal wear and tear of individual parts.
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Disposal of the appliance
This Product is for Household Use Only!
Correct disposal of this product
This marking indicates that this product should not be disposed with
other household waste throughout the EU. To prevent possible harm
to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste
disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of
material resources. To return your used device , please use the return
and collections systems or contact the retailer where the product was
purchased. They can take this product for environmentally safe recycling.
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