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User Manual
Coffee machine
English
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Model Series 1200 Order number 33 2668 9010 Edition 08.2013
Introduction and General information
Congratulations on the purchase of your
WMF coffee machine.
The WMF 1200 F coffee machine is a fully automated
single-cup machine for brewed coffee and hot water.
Please be sure to follow the instructions in the
Water filter, page 19 and make
Start-up chapter w the appropriate settings.
Follow the User Manual.
>> Always follow the User Manual, pay special
attention to the safety instructions and
Safety chapter.
>> Ensure that the staff and all users have
access to the User Manual.
>> Read the User Manual carefully prior to use.
Hazard to life due to
­electrical shock
• The voltage inside the coffee machine is
a hazard to life.
>> Never open the housing.
>> Never loosen the screws, and do not remove
any housing parts.
Conditions for usage and
­installation
• In the event of failure to comply with
maintenance information, no liability is
accepted for any resultant damage.
>> Follow the User Manual.
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Caution
Follow the User Manual signs and
symbols
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Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
Warning
Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
Important
Technical data
w starting on page 70
Maintenance
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1General safety instructions
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2Introduction
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2.1Parts of the coffee machine
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3Start-up
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User Manual Signs and Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Ready to operate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.1Installation location
3.2Unpacking
3.2.1 Determine the water hardness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3 Constant water supply
3.4 Drain connection
3.5Grounds container
3.6 Fill the bean hopper
3.7 Functional pads
3.8 Switch on coffee machine /start-up program
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Time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Water filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Capacity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
SB mode (self-service mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Start-up complete . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Setting options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
4Operation
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4.1Operation safety instructions
4.2 Switch on coffee machine
4.3 Beverage dispensing
4.4 Warm rinsing
4.5 Dispensing hot water
4.6 Height adjustment of the combi spout
4.7 Beverage dispensing from the brew arm (optional)
4.8 Bean hopper / product hopper
4.9 Manual insert
4.10Grounds container
4.11Grounds disposal through the counter (optional)
4.12 Drip tray
4.13 Switch off the coffee machine 21
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5Settings
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Cup volumes (cup size)
Dispensing test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Change recipes
5.2.1 Dispensing test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.2.2 Water volume. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.2.3 Ground coffee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.2.4Pre-infusion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3 Basic settings
5.3.1 Access basic settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.3.2Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3.3ECO-Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3.4 Boiler temperature. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3.5Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3.6Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3.7 Date / time (display) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3.8 Audio signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3.9 SB mode (self-service mode). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3.10 Display contrast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3.11Backup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3.12 PIN entry and PIN protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.4Counters
5.5Information
5.5.1 Software version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.2 Device name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.3 Machine number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.4 Date of production. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.5 Idle current. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6Other settings
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6.1
Mechanical settings
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6.1.1 Set grinding degree. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
6.2 Labelling of beverage buttons
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7Care
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
Care safety instructions
Cleaning intervals overview
Care programs overview
Daily cleaning
7.4.1 Cleaning program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.4.2 Combi spout cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.4.3 General cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.5Regular cleaning
7.5.1 Brewing unit cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.5.2 Bean hopper cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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HACCP cleaning schedule
9Maintenance
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9.1 Coffee machine maintenance
9.2WMF Service
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10 Messages and instructions
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10.1Operating messages
10.1.1 Empty grounds container . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.1.2 Grounds container missing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.1.3 Empty drip tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.1.4 Bean hopper is empty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.1.5 Insert ground coffee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.1.6 Clean the coffee machine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.1.7 Change filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.1.8 Descale coffee machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.2 Error messages and malfunctions
10.2.1 Error messages on the display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.2.2 Errors without error message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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11 Safety and warranty
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11.1 Hazards to the coffee machine
11.2Intended use
11.3Directives
11.4 Duties of the owner / operator
11.5 Warranty claims
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No warranty is provided: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Cleaning instructions
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Technical data
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Technical data for coffee machine
Conditions for usage and installation
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Accessories and spare parts
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Index
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General safety instructions
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General safety instructions
Misuse
Warning
• Failure to follow the safety instructions can
result in death or serious injury.
>> Follow all the safety instructions.
1.1 Hazards to the operator
At WMF, safety is one of the most essential product
features. The effectiveness of the safety devices can
only be ensured if the following points are observed:
>> Read the User Manual carefully prior to use.
>> Do not touch hot machine components.
>> Do not use the coffee machine if it is not
working properly or if it is damaged.
>> Use the coffee machine only when it is
completely assembled.
>> Built-in safety devices must never be
altered.
>> This device can be used by children of
age 8 or greater while under continuous
supervision, as well as by persons with
reduced physical, sensory, or mental
capabilities or lack of experience or
knowledge, once they have been instructed
in the safe use of the machine and the risks
associated with it.
>> Children may not play with the device.
>> Cleaning and user maintenance must not be
performed by children.
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General safety instructions
Despite the safety devices, every coffee machine poses
hazard potential if incorrectly used. Please observe the
following instructions when using the coffee machine
so as to prevent injury and health hazards:
Hazard to life due to
­electrical shock
Warning
• The voltage inside the coffee machine is
a hazard to life.
>> Never open the housing.
>> Never loosen the screws, and do not remove
any housing parts.
>> Never use a damaged power cord.
>> Avoid damage to the power cord. Do not
kink or crush it.
Burn hazard / scalding hazard
Caution
• When dispensing beverages, hot liquid
comes out of the spouts. The adjacent
surfaces and spouts become hot.
>> When dispensing beverages, do not reach
beneath the spouts.
>> Do not touch the spouts immediately after
dispensing.
>> Always place a suitable cup under the spout
when dispensing beverages.
Risk of injury
Caution
• Long hair could become caught in the
grinder head and drawn into the coffee
machine.
>> Always protect hair with a hairnet before
removing the bean hopper.
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General safety instructions
Bruising or crushing hazard /
risk of injury
Caution
• The coffee machine contains moving parts
that can cause finger or hand injury.
• Closing the operating panel can cause
a crushing hazard.
>> Always switch off the coffee machine and
unplug the mains plug before reaching into
the coffee grinder or the opening of the
brewing unit.
>> Carefully and gently close the operating
panel.
Health hazard
• Only use products that are suitable for
consumption and for use with the coffee
machine.
>> The powder hopper, the bean hopper, and
the manual insert may only be filled with
materials for the use intended.
Health hazard
• The cleaning tablets are irritants.
>> Follow the protective measures on the
packaging of the cleaning agent.
>> Only put in cleaning tablet after a display
message.
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Caution
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General safety instructions
Health hazard /
irritation and scalding hazard
Caution
• During cleaning, hot cleaning solution and
hot water run out of the combi spout and
out of the hot water spout.
• The hot liquids can irritate the skin, and the
heat poses a burn hazard.
>> Never reach under the spouts while
cleaning.
>> Ensure that no one ever drinks the cleaning
solution.
Slipping hazard
• Fluids can be discharged from the coffee
machine if used improperly or if errors
occur. These fluids can cause a slipping
hazard.
>> Regularly check whether the coffee machine
is leaking, and make sure no water is coming
out.
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Introduction | Parts of the coffee machine
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Introduction
2.1
Parts of the coffee machine
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Introduction | Parts of the coffee machine
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Bean hopper (optional 1 or 2)
2
Manual insert / tablet insert
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Display
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Beverage buttons
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Height-adjustable combi spout to dispense beverages
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Grounds container
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Removable drip tray with drip grid
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ON/OFF switch (on the bottom of the front panel)
9
Hot water button
10 Brewing unit
Display and functional pads
11 C pad
12 Care pad
13 P pad
14 Minus pad
15 Plus pad
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Introduction
User Manual Signs and Symbols
Personal injury safety instructions
If the safety instructions are not followed, this
could lead to mild to severe injury in case of
improper use.
Personal injury safety instructions
If the safety instructions are not followed, this
could lead to mild injury in case of improper
use.
Electrocution
Hot steam
Bruising or
crushing hazard
Hot surfaces
Warning
Safety instructions
Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
Caution
Operation safety instructions
w page 21
Care safety instructions
w page 43
Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
Slipping hazard
Notice of property damage
• to the coffee machine
• for the installation location
>> Always follow the User Manual.
Note / tip
• Instructions for safe use and tips for easier
operation.
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Important
Observe the Warranty chapter
w starting on page 63
Technical data
w starting on page 70
Instructions
Tip
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Introduction
Glossary
Term
Explanation
•
• Listings, selection options
™™
™™ Individual steps
Text in italics
Description of coffee machine state and/or
explanations of automatic steps.
Beverage dispensing
Dispensing coffee or hot water
Main water supply tap
Water stop valve, angle valve
Carbonate hardness
Quoted in °dKH. The water hardness is
a measure of the calcium dissolved in the
water.
O-rings
Seals
Pre-infusion
Capacity
Prior to brewing cycle, coffee is briefly infused
in order to ensure a more intense release of its
aromatic substances.
For example the capacity of the water filter in
liters of water it can filter
SB mode (self-service mode)
Self-service customer operation
Rinsing
Intermediate cleaning
Ready to operate
The
descriptions in the User Manual always assume
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Start-up
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Start-up
(For initial start-up after delivery from the factory)
Follow the User Manual.
>> Always follow the User Manual, pay special
attention to the safety instructions and
Safety chapter.
>> Ensure that the staff and all users have
access to the User Manual.
>> Read the User Manual carefully prior to use.
Hazard to life due to electrical
shock if not followed
The voltage inside the coffee machine is
a hazard to life.
• Never open the housing.
• Never loosen the screws, and do not remove
any housing parts.
Conditions for usage and
­installation
Follow the User Manual.
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Caution
Important.
Follow the User Manual signs and
symbols
w page 12
Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
Warning
Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
Important
Technical data
w starting on page 70
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Start-up
3.1
Installation location
• The installation location must be dry and
protected against water spray.
• Some condensate, water, or steam can
always be discharged from a coffee machine.
>> Do not use the coffee machine outdoors.
>> Set up the coffee machine so that it is
protected against water spray.
>> Always place the coffee machine on a waterresistant and heatproof base in order to
protect the installation surface against
damage.
3.2
Important
Observe the Warranty chapter
w starting on page 63
Technical data
w starting on page 70
Unpacking
>> Packaging material in the box contains
accessories. Do not throw away.
>> Make sure that the coffee machine is intact.
In case of doubt, do not start up the coffee
machine, and inform the WMF Service.
>> Retain the original packaging in the event of
any subsequent return.
™™ Unpack the WMF 1200 F and place it on a stable,
horizontal surface
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Important
Observe the Warranty chapter
w starting on page 63
For accessories and identification of
machine parts
w page 10
Technical data
w starting on page 70
Parts of the machine
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3.2.1
Determine the water hardness
™™ Request water hardness reading from water
supplier, or determine using WMF carbonate
hardness test (complete with instructions) in the
accessories
The unit used is the “Deutsche Karbonathärte” = °dKH
3.3
Constant water supply
™™ Carefully insert the seals attached to connecting
tube
™™ Connect the rear connection of coffee machine
and the on-site water tap or water filter with the
connecting tube
Read and follow water filter instructions.
™™ Check connections for leaks and tighten if
necessary
™™ Turn on water
3.4
Drain connection
™™ Push drain tube with angle piece onto water drain
connection onto rear of machine
™™ Connect drain tube to mains drain via an S-trap
Tube must not sag.
™™ Shorten hose if necessary
3.5
Grounds container
™™ Push combi spout all the way up
™™ Remove the grounds container and any accessories
™™ Insert the grounds container until it stops
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3.6
Fill the bean hopper
Foreign objects can damage the grinders. This
damage is not covered under the warranty.
>> Ensure that no foreign objects land in the
coffee bean hopper.
Important
Observe the Warranty chapter
w starting on page 63
™™ Remove the lid
™™ Fill with coffee beans
™™ Lock the lid
3.7
Functional pads
C pad
• Cancel operation / entry
• Cancel beverage dispensing
Care pad
• Start warm-up rinsing
(press and hold for > 2 seconds)
• Access care and cleaning programs
P pad
• Access programs
• Confirm selection
Minus pad
• Step back
• Reduce value
• Beverage preselection: reduce the quantity
Plus pad
• Step forward
• Increase value
• Beverage preselection: increase the
quantity
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Start-up
3.8
Switch on coffee machine /
start-up program
™™ Press the ON/OFF switch
Coffee machine switches on.
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language: english
OK: P
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in the display is set
here.
The start-up program provides a step‑by‑step
guide through the remaining start-up steps on
the display.
>> Follow the display messages.
• The set values can be changed after start-up.
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Change settings
w Settings
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This message is displayed for 5 seconds. The
software then provides a guide through the initial
settings.
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Time
time
OK: P
hh:mm:ss
change: -/+
The current time.
hh = hour (two places)
mm = minutes (two places)
ss = seconds (two places)
™™ Confirm the desired setting with
dd.mm.yyyy
change: -/+
The current date.
dd = day (two places)
mm = month (two places)
yyyy = year (four places)
™™ Confirm the desired setting with
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Date
date
OK: P
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Water filter
water filter:
no
OK: P
change: -/+
If water filter is set to yes , the filter should be
rinsed after the SB mode display.
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Capacity
capacity: x
OK: P
change: -/+
... with water filter
The capacity of the water filter is set here.
(The capacity of the water filter can be found in
the water filter documentation.)
™™ Confirm the desired setting with
SB mode (self-service mode)
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OK: P
change: -/+
PIN entry and PIN protection
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under spout
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When set to yes , the functional pads are not
displayed. The functional pads are displayed again
by touching and holding (at least 3 seconds) the
unilluminated P pad.
The SB mode function can be protected by a PIN.
™™ Place a collection container with approx.
3 liters capacity under the combi spout
When rinsing the filter, you will hear unusual
noises. This is normal.
The noises will end during the filter rinsing.
... all coffee machines
Coffee machine heats up.
A warm-up rinsing follows the heating-up
process. This warms up all the pipes.
After each brewing cycle, in the heating up phase
and during the care programs, release water runs
into the drip tray.
™™ Place a collection container with 120 ml
capacity under the combi spout
The warm-up rinsing lasts approx. 40 seconds.
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Start-up
Burn hazard. Scalding hazard.
• When dispensing beverages, hot liquid comes
out of the spouts. The adjacent surfaces and
spouts become hot.
>> When dispensing beverages, do not reach
beneath the spouts.
>> Do not touch the spouts immediately after
dispensing.
Caution
Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
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A brewing test is performed following the end of
the start-up program.
The beverage button flashes.
™™ Place a suitably sized cup under the combi
spout
™™ Press the flashing beverage button
Brewing test starts.
The coffee grinder will be filled with coffee beans
during the brewing test.
™™ Discard this first cup of coffee
The coffee machine is now ready for use.
Start-up is complete. All settings can be changed
now, or at a later time.
Setting options
•
•
•
•
Cup volumes (Cup size) w page 30
Change recipes w page 31
Set grinding degree w page xxx
Basic settings w page 34
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Operation
4
4.1
Operation
Operation safety instructions
Burn hazard. Scalding hazard.
• When dispensing beverages, hot liquid comes
out of the spouts. The adjacent surfaces and
spouts become hot.
>> When dispensing beverages, do not reach
beneath the spouts.
>> Do not touch the spouts immediately after
dispensing.
>> Always place a suitable cup under the spout
before dispensing beverages.
Health hazard.
• Only use products that are suitable for
consumption and for use with the coffee
machine.
>> The bean hopper and manual insert may only
be filled with materials for the use intended.
A display-guided start-up program helps perform
initial start-up after delivery from the factory.
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Caution
Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
Caution
Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
Initial start-up
w Start-up
page14
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Operation
4.2
Switch on coffee machine
™™ Switch on the coffee machine using the ON/OFF
switch
Coffee machine switches on and heats up.
An automatic warm rinsing starts.
When the coffee machine is ready to dispense
beverages, the “Ready to operate” display appears.
4.3
Change PIN
w Settings
w Basic settings
page 38
Beverage dispensing
Pressing the beverage buttons triggers dispensing of
the beverage selected.
• Lit up button
= ready to dispense
• Flashing button = beverage dispensing
• Unlit button
= not ready to dispense /
button disabled
™™ Place a suitably sized cup under the combi spout
™™ Press the desired beverage button
Desired beverage is indicated on the display.
Cancel beverage dispensing
™™ Touch
Decaf
™™ Press the Decaf button
™™ Press the desired beverage button
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Operation
4.4 Warm rinsing
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™™ Touch and hold
for longer than 2 seconds
warm rinse
in progress
Recommended after a longer
brewing pause, especially before
dispensing a cup of coffee.
A warm rinsing of the pipes with hot water starts.
The water warms the brewing system and guarantees
an optimum coffee temperature.
4.5
Dispensing hot water
™™ Press the hot water button
Dispensing occurs.
If less water is required than the pre-set dispense
amount, dispensing can be stopped by pressing the hot
water button again.
4.6
Height adjustment of the
combi spout
The combi spout is height adjustable.
™™ Take the combi spout from the front and push to
the desired height
Clearance height: xx–xxx mm
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Operation
4.7
Beverage dispensing from the brew
arm (optional)
™™ Pull out the brew arm
The brew arm menu is displayed, and the beverage
buttons are inactive, other than the hot water button.
™™ Place a suitable receptacle under the brew arm
spout
™™ Touch the desired brewing quantity on the display
Desired brewing quantity and progress of dispensing
are indicated on the display.
Dispensing takes several brewing cycles, depending on
the quantity and settings.
4.8
Pull out the brew arm
Bean hopper / product hopper
• If possible, refill product hopper in advance.
• Fill the hoppers no more than the amount needed
for one day, in order to maintain the freshness of
the products.
Foreign objects can damage the grinders. This
damage is not covered under the warranty.
>> Ensure that no foreign objects land in the
coffee bean hopper.
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Important
Observe the Warranty chapter
w starting on page 63
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Operation
4.9
Manual insert
The manual insert is located in the centre of the coffee
machine cover.
Manual insert is used:
• For inserting cleaning tablets
• When using additional ground coffee types, such as
decaffeinated coffee
>> Add ground coffee or cleaning tablet only
after the display message.
>> Use only ground coffee in the manual insert.
• Do not use water-soluble powdered coffee.
• Do not use coffee that is ground too finely.
Important
Observe the Warranty chapter
w starting on page 63
Preparation using the manual insert
™™ Place a suitably sized cup under the combi spout
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Open manual insert lid
The display shows:
insert ground coffee
select beverage
™™ Insert ground coffee (max. 28 g)
™™ Close manual insert lid
™™ Press the desired beverage button
Touch to cancel the process.
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Operation
4.10 Grounds container
The grounds container receives the used coffee
grounds.
The display shows a message as soon as the grounds
container needs to be emptied.
Beverage dispensing is blocked for as long as the
grounds container is removed.
™™ Push combi spout all the way up
™™ Remove grounds container
™™ Empty and replace grounds container
™™ Confirm process on the display
• Replacing without emptying results in the
coffee grounds container being overfilled.
The coffee machine will be soiled. This may
cause subsequent damage to the machine.
>> If the coffee grounds container cannot be
replaced, check the chute for coffee residues
and remove.
>> Always empty the grounds container before
replacing.
Clean daily
w Care
page 47
Important
Observe the Warranty chapter
w starting on page 63
4.11 Grounds disposal through the
counter (optional)
The coffee machine can be fitted with grounds
disposal through the counter. In this case, both the
grounds container and the coffee machine base have
an opening that passes through the on-site counter on
which the machine is placed. The spent coffee grounds
are collected in a large container under the counter.
Grounds disposal through the counter is
available as a retrofit kit.
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Important
Clean coffee grounds chute daily
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page 47
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Operation
4.12 Drip tray
Scalding hazard
• The drip tray may contain hot liquids.
>> Move the drip tray carefully.
>> Replace carefully so that no water
accidentally drips down.
Caution
Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
Clean drip tray daily
w Care
page 47
For coffee machines without a drain connection, the
drip tray must be emptied regularly.
™™ Remove the drip tray carefully, empty it, and then
reinsert the drip tray
4.13 Switch off the coffee machine
Take care to work hygienically.
• Germs that are hazardous to health can grow
in the coffee machine.
>> Perform daily cleaning before switching off
the coffee machine.
Caution
Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
Clean the coffee machine as shown
in the manual.
Care w starting on page 43
™™ Press the ON/OFF switch for longer than 2 seconds
until coffee machine switches off
Follow the manual.
If this is not observed, the liability is invalidated
in the event of any resultant damage.
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Important
Observe the Warranty chapter
w starting on page 63
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Settings
5
Settings
Access settings
™™ Briefly touch
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select program
browse: -/+
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Chapter 5.1
Chapter 5.2
Chapter 5.3
cup volumes
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OK: P
browse: -/+
cup volumes
beverage
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select
change recipes
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OK: P
browse: -/+
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OK: P
browse:
water volume: 37 ml
-/+
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OK: P
change:
coffee strength: 86%
change: -/+
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OK: P
change:
preinfusion: on
OK: P
change: -/+
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OK: P
change:
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OK: P
change:
basic settings
-/+
language: english
-/+
Beverage button
cup volume: 100%
OK: P test: beverage
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OK: P
ECO-mode: on
boiler temp.:
time
-/+
96°C
-/+
hh:mm:ss
-/+
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OK: P
change:
date
dd.mm.yyyy
-/+
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OK: P
change:
date / time: on
-/+
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OK: P
change:
water filter:
no
-/+
water hardn.:
20
-/+
audio signal:
on
-/+
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OK: P
change:
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OK: P
change:
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OK: P
change:
SB mode: no
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OK: P
change:
-/+
display contrast
-/+
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OK: P
change:
backup: no
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OK: P
change:
-/+
change PIN
OK: P
change: -/+
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Chapter 5.4
Chapter 5.5
counters
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OK: P
browse: -/+
coffee 269
browse: -/+
etc. all beverages
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reset all counters?
No: C
Yes: P
information
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OK: P
browse:
-/+
V0.0x dd.mm.yyyy
-/+
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browse:
WMF 1200 F
-/+
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browse:
serial no. ######
-/+
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browse:
prod. date: mm.yyyy
-/+
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browse:
empty current gr#:50
browse: -/+
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Settings | Cup volumes (cup size)
5.1
Cup volumes (cup size)
The coffee machine adjusts the recipe quantities to the
new
cup volume.
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™™ Briefly touch
select program
browse: -/+
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™™ Browse with
to
cup volumes
select beverage
™™ Select the cup volumes program with
™™ Select the beverage for which the cup volume
should be adjusted to the cup size
Adjust the cup volume with and .
The cup volume is displayed in %. 100 % corresponds
to the beverage setting.
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If necessary, the new setting can be tested with
a dispensing test
cup volume: 100%
OK: P test: beverage
™™ As soon as the cup volume is set as desired, confirm
with
Dispensing test
™™ Press the desired beverage button
The beverage is dispensed using the newly changed
values.
Each beverage setting can be tested during
setup.
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Settings | Change recipes
5.2
Change recipes
Here you can adjust the recipes of your coffee
specialties according to your personal tastes.
The following settings are available:
• Water volume
• Ground coffee
• Pre-infusion (aroma development)
5.2.1
Dispensing test
™™ Press the desired beverage button
The beverage is dispensed using the newly changed
values.
Each beverage setting can be tested during
setup.
Tip
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™™ Briefly touch
select program
browse: -/+
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™™ Browse with
to
change recipes
OK: P
browse: -/+
™™ Select the change recipes program with
™™ Select the beverage for which the taste and
composition should be set
C pad
Cancel
Care pad
Warm rinsing
Cleaning
P pad
Programs
Menu control
Minus pad
Coffee strength
Setting the values
Preselect cup volume
Plus pad
Coffee strength
Setting the values
Preselect cup volume
The new values are saved when you
exit the program.
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Settings | Change recipes
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Water volume
5.2.2
water volume: 37 ml
OK: P
change: -/+
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Example: touch until the water volume is
increased to 37 ml
water volume: 37 ml
OK: P test: beverage
Each beverage setting can be tested during
setup.
Tip
™™ Place a suitably sized cup under the combi spout
™™ Press the beverage button again
™™ Test the beverage
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As soon as the beverage is set as desired, confirm
with
water volume: 37 ml
OK: P
change: -/+
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Ground coffee
5.2.3
coffee strength: 86%
OK: P
change: -/+
The grinding quantity varies depending on the grinding
degree set, the type of coffee used, the humidity and
various other factors.
Determine the desired coffee strength with
a dispensing test.
™™ As soon as the beverage is set as desired, confirm
with
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For a cup of coffee, the factory
setting at 100 % corresponds to
a grinding time of xx seconds.
Approximately xx grams of coffee
are ground per second.
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Settings | Change recipes
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Pre-infusion
5.2.4
preinfusion: on
OK: P
change: -/+
The pre-infusion function is set to
“on” at the factory for all coffee
beverages.
Before brewing, the ground coffee is wetted with
hot water. This causes the ground coffee to swell up,
enabling the aroma of many types of coffee to develop
better.
™™ As soon as the beverage is set as desired, confirm
with
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Settings | Basic settings
5.3
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Basic settings
Language
ECO-mode
Boiler temperature
Office functions
Time
Date
Date / time (display)
5.3.1
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Water filter
Water hardness
Audio signal
SB mode (self-service mode)
Display contrast
Backup
Change PIN
Access basic settings
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™™ Briefly touch
select program
browse: -/+
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™™ Browse with
to
basic settings
OK: P
browse: -/+
™™ Select the basic settings program with
The first setting option appears automatically.
Browse to the others by touching
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Language
5.3.2
language: english
OK: P
change: -/+
C pad
Cancel
Care pad
Warm rinsing
Cleaning
P pad
Programs
Menu control
Minus pad
Coffee strength
Setting the values
Preselect cup volume
Plus pad
Coffee strength
Setting the values
Preselect cup volume
The new values are saved when you
exit the program.
™™ Touch to set the desired language
™™ Confirm the desired setting with
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Settings | Basic settings
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ECO-Mode
5.3.3
ECO-mode: on
OK: P
change: -/+
The energy consumed by the coffee machine at its
lowest load can be reduced here.
™™ Confirm the desired setting with
ECO-mode Hot water boiler For coffee beverages and hot water
Ready to operate: always, immediately.
OFF
Temperature is reduced 10 minutes after the last beverage.
On
After the temperature has been reduced, it must be heated up
before the next beverage is dispensed.
Heating duration approx. 15 seconds.
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Boiler temperature
5.3.4
boiler temp.:
96°C
OK: P
change: -/+
Boiler temperature in °C (brewing water temperature).
(Standard setting 96 °C)
™™ Confirm the desired setting with
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Settings | Basic settings
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Time
5.3.5
time
OK: P
hh:mm:ss
change: -/+
The current time.
hh = Hour (two places)
mm = Minutes (two places)
ss = Seconds (two places)
™™ Confirm the desired setting with
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Date
5.3.6
date
OK: P
dd.mm.yyyy
change: -/+
The current date.
dd = Day (two places)
mm = Month (two places)
yyyy= Year (four places)
™™ Confirm the desired setting with
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Date / time (display)
5.3.7
date / time: on
OK: P
change: -/+
The display of time and date on the “Ready to operate”
display.
™™ Confirm the desired setting with
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Settings | Basic settings
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Audio signal
5.3.8
audio signal:
on
OK: P
change: -/+
™™ Confirm the desired setting with
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SB mode (self-service mode)
5.3.9
SB mode: no
OK: P
change: -/+
When set to yes , the functional pads are not
displayed.
Recommended for self-service.
™™ Confirm the desired setting with
The functional pads are displayed again by touching
and holding (at least 3 seconds) the unilluminated
P pad .
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5.3.10 Display contrast
display contrast
OK: P
change: -/+
Display contrast is set here.
™™ Confirm the desired setting with
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5.3.11 Backup
backup: no
OK: P
change: -/+
Instructions
All individual settings are lost if you
reset to the factory settings.
If set to yes , all basic settings and all beverage
settings are reset to the factory settings.
™™ Confirm the desired setting with
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Settings | Basic settings
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5.3.12 PIN entry and PIN protection
0
change PIN
OK: P
change: -/+
1
2
™™ Touch to open the change PIN menu
Enter the PIN using the beverage buttons. The
uppermost button is 0, the second is 1, the third is
2, etc.
Initial PIN entry (activate PIN)
When shipped from the factory, the PIN is 00000 .
™™ Briefly press the uppermost beverage button five
times
Each time it is pressed, a “zero” is entered and appears
on the display.
™™ Enter the desired PIN
PIN protection
The activated PIN affects the following functions.
• Counters
Counters can be cleared only after entering the PIN.
• When self-service mode is active, the functional
pads are deactivated (unilluminated.)
The functional pads can be activated again only
after the PIN has been entered.
3
4
5
Use beverage buttons to enter
the PIN
Counters
w page 39
SB mode (self-service mode)
w page 37
Activate the care pad with PIN protection
™™ Touch and hold for longer than 3 seconds
The care pad is displayed again.
Deactivate PIN protection
™™ Enter the current PIN and set to 00000
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Settings | Counters
5.4 Counters
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™™ Briefly touch
select program
browse: -/+
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™™ Browse with
OK: P
to
counters
browse: -/+
You can display the number of beverages prepared
here.
™™ Confirm the counter display with
™™ Use to browse through the individual beverages
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Example for coffee:
coffee 269
browse: -/+
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soon as all beverages have been displayed the
following appears
reset all counters?
No: C
Yes: P
Keep counter settings
™™ Touch
Counter reset can be protected by
a PIN.
w PIN entry and PIN protection
page 38
Delete counters
™™ Touch
5.5 Information
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™™ Briefly touch
select program
browse: -/+
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™™ Browse with
to
information
OK: P
browse: -/+
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Settings | Information
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Software version
5.5.1
V0.0x dd.mm.yyyy
browse: -/+
The software version and date are shown.
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Device name
5.5.2
WMF 1200 F
browse: -/+
The name and type of the device are displayed.
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Machine number
5.5.3
serial no. ######
browse: -/+
The 6-digit machine number is shown.
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Date of production
5.5.4
prod. date: mm.yyyy
browse: -/+
The date of production is shown.
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Idle current
5.5.5
empty current gr#:50
browse: -/+
The idle current is displayed in digits.
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Other settings | Mechanical settings
6
Other settings
6.1
Mechanical settings
6.1.1
Set grinding degree
™™ Remove bean hoppers
Preset grinding degree is now visible.
™™ Release coffee dispensing and wait until grinder
starts up
™™ With grinder running, alter grinding degree as
desired on the side of the coffee machine using the
multitool
Left grinder
Grinding degree 1 g fine
Right grinder
Grinding degree 1 g fine
Grinding degree 6 g coarse
Grinding degree 6 g coarse
Bruising or crushing hazard.
Risk of injury.
• The coffee grinder contains moving parts
that can cause finger injury.
>> Never reach into the coffee grinder.
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Caution
Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
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Other settings | Labelling of beverage buttons
6.2
Labelling of beverage buttons
Follow the manual.
First switch off the coffee machine in order not
to trigger beverage dispensing inadvertently.
Important
Observe the Warranty chapter
w starting on page 63
™™ Pull out existing labelling behind front glass in
a downward direction
™™ Write on label stickers as desired using the
WMF template
™™ Stick on label mount and re-insert behind the front
glass panel
The template can be printed out on adhesive labels
or paper.
Stick paper to label mount using an adhesive sticker.
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Free download of WMF label
template from
www.servicecenter.wmf.com
Matching adhesive labels:
Zweckform-Avery No. 3659
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Care | Care safety instructions
7
7.1
Care
Care safety instructions
Regular cleaning is essential in order to ensure
problem-free operation of the coffee machine and to
ensure optimum coffee quality.
Health hazard. Hygiene.
>> Follow all hygiene instructions.
>> Follow the HACCP cleaning schedule.
Health hazard. Hygiene.
• Germs can multiply in a coffee machine that
is not in use.
>> Prior to and after every instance that the
machine is shut off for several days, perform
all cleanings.
Health hazard. Hygiene.
• All cleaning agents are perfectly tuned to
the cleaning programs.
>> Use only WMF cleaning agents.
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Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
Caution
Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
Caution
Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
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Care | Care safety instructions
Health hazard.
Irritation and scalding hazard.
• During cleaning, hot cleaning solution flows
out of the All‑in‑One spout.
• The hot liquids can irritate the skin, and the
heat poses a burn hazard.
>> Never reach under the spouts while cleaning.
>> Ensure that no one ever drinks the cleaning
solution.
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Caution
Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
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Care | Cleaning intervals overview
7.2
Cleaning intervals overview
x
Optional
Message
Regularly
Weekly
Daily
Care
x Warm rinsing
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x
Cleaning program
w Cleaning instructions
x
Grounds container cleaning
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x
Drip tray cleaning
x
Cover cleaning
x
Brewing unit cleaning
w page 49
x
Bean hopper cleaning
w page 52
Daily
= Daily, at least once per day and as required
Weekly
= Weekly cleaning
Regularly
= Regularly as required
Message
= After the display shows a message
Optional
= Optional (depending on the model)
(x)
= Daily as required
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Care | Care programs overview
7.3
Care programs overview
About the cleaning programs
™™ Briefly touch
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select clean.program
-/+
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browse:
cleaning
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OK: P
browse:
filter exchange
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OK: P
browse:
w Cleaning instructions
-/+
-/+
Customer check up
-/+
w Customer Check-up Instructions
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OK: P
browse:
brewing unit change
OK: P
browse: -/+
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Care | Daily cleaning
7.4
Daily cleaning
Health hazard.
Irritation and scalding hazard.
• If the combi spout is not installed, hot water
and cleaning fluid can be discharged in an
uncontrolled manner.
>> For all cleaning programs, the combi spout
must be installed.
7.4.1
Cleaning program
The cleaning program leads step by step through
machine cleaning via software.
7.4.2
Cleaning program
w Cleaning instructions
Combi spout cleaning
Thorough cleaning of the combi spout. The exact
procedure of this manual cleaning is described in the
cleaning instructions.
7.4.3
Caution
Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
Combi spout cleaning
w Cleaning instructions
General cleaning
Scalding hazard
• If a beverage is initiated accidentally, there
is a hazard of being injured.
>> Always lock out the touch display with
“CleanLock” before cleaning.
Grounds container cleaning
(grounds chute, optional)
™™ Empty grounds container and rinse under running
drinking water
™™ Clean with a clean, damp cloth
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Caution
Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
Order numbers for the WMF care
program
w Accessories and spare parts
page 75
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Care | Daily cleaning
Drip tray, cover and front panel
™™ Clean the cold coffee machine using a damp cloth
™™ Wipe dry using a fine woollen cloth or chamois
leather
• There is a risk of causing scratches or scores.
>> Do not clean with scouring powders or the
like.
>> Do not use any sharp cleaners or
implements.
>> Use soft cloths for cleaning.
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Switch off the coffee machine
before cleaning the front panel to
avoid a beverage being accidentally
dispensed.
Important
Observe the Warranty chapter
w starting on page 63
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Care | Regular cleaning
7.5
Regular cleaning
7.5.1
Brewing unit cleaning
The brewing unit should be cleaned as required and at
regular intervals. Recommendation: weekly.
Burn hazard.
• The brewing unit can still be hot immediately
after switching off.
>> Allow the coffee machine to cool before
cleaning.
Caution
Observe the Safety chapter
w starting on page 6
™™ Press the ON/OFF switch for longer than 2 seconds
until coffee machine switches off
™™ Disconnect mains plug
™™ Push combi spout all the way up
™™ Remove grounds container
™™ Remove the drip tray
Brewing unit is now fully accessible.
• The brewing unit can slip downwards.
>> Always hold the brewing unit securely.
>> Never use force. Danger of breakage.
™™ With one hand, reach into the chute under the
brewing unit and release the retaining catch
(illustration 1)
™™ Slowly guide the brewing unit downwards, tilt and
pull forward
™™ Remove the brewing unit and hold firmly
(illustration 2)
Use the multitool from the accessories.
IMPORTANT
Observe the Warranty chapter
w starting on page 63
Illustration 1
Illustration 2
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Care | Regular cleaning
™™ Turn the thread on the brewing unit head counterclockwise (illustration 3) until the wiper is in the
forward position
™™ Push the springs outwards over the edge and unlock
(illustration 4)
™™ Swing the insertion unit upwards
Illustration 3
Potential damage
• The brewing unit can be damaged by
cleaning agent or in a dishwasher
>> Use only water to clean the brewing unit.
>> Never clean the brewing unit in the
dishwasher.
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IMPORTANT
Observe the Warranty chapter
w starting on page 63
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Care | Regular cleaning
™™ Clean the brewing sieve under running drinking
water or with a cloth
™™ Remove coffee grounds residue using a paint-brush
or scrubber
™™ Rinse the brewing unit under running drinking
water
™™ Dry the brewing unit with a cloth
Allow to dry completely before reinstalling in the
coffee machine.
Remove coffee grounds residue from the chute.
™™ Wipe out the coffee grounds forward or suck out
using a vacuum cleaner
Refit the brewing unit after it has been dried.
™™ Replace springs in insertion unit (illustration 4)
™™ Hold the pusher compressed and replace the
brewing unit in the chute against rear cover
™™ Push the brewing unit upwards until it engages in
the retaining catch
™™ Insert the grounds container
™™ Replace drip tray
If the brewing unit cannot be inserted without
resistance:
>> Turn the thread on the brewing unit head
slightly to the left or right with the multitool
until the brewing unit slides into the guide.
>> Never use force. Danger of breakage.
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Illustration 4
Brewing sieve
IMPORTANT
Observe the Warranty chapter
w starting on page 63
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Care | Regular cleaning
7.5.2
Bean hopper cleaning
The bean hoppers should be cleaned as required and at
regular intervals.
Recommendation: monthly.
Risk of injury
Caution
• Long hair could become caught in the
grinder head and drawn into the coffee
machine.
>> Always protect hair with a hairnet before
removing the bean hopper.
Bruising or crushing hazard /
risk of injury
Caution
• The coffee machine contains moving parts
that can cause finger or hand injury.
>> Always switch off the coffee machine and
unplug the mains plug before reaching into
the coffee grinder or the opening of the
brewing unit.
>> Never clean the bean hoppers in
a dishwasher.
Important
™™ Press the ON/OFF switch for longer than 2 seconds
until coffee machine switches off
™™ Disconnect mains plug
™™ Release bean hoppers lock using multitool by
turning in a clockwise direction
open
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™™ Lift bean hoppers out
™™ Completely empty bean hoppers and wipe out
thoroughly with a damp cloth
™™ Allow bean hoppers to dry completely
™™ Refill and replace bean hoppers
™™ Lock with the multitool by turning
counter-clockwise
™™ Re-assemble and replace the dosing auger and
screw on union nuts
Ensure correct orientation of discharge.
Important
™™ Refill and replace product hopper
™™ Lock with the multitool by turning
counter-clockwise
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HACCP cleaning schedule | Regular cleaning
8
HACCP cleaning schedule
You are required by law to ensure that your customers
are not subject to any health hazards as a consequence
of the consumption of the food items you serve.
A HACCP cleaning schedule (Hazard Analysis Critical
Control Points) for risk identification and assessment is
required. You should carry out a risk analysis on your
premises. The aim of the analysis is to recognize and
pre-empt food hygiene hazard points. For this purpose,
monitoring and, where necessary, test procedures
must be established and implemented.
With correct installation, care, maintenance, and
cleaning, WMF coffee machines meet the requirements
described above. If care and cleaning of the coffee
machine is not carried out properly, dispensing milk
beverages will constitute a food hygiene hazard point.
Please observe the following points in order to comply
with the HACCP cleaning schedule:
Always commence operation with a freshly opened
cooled milk pack
• Original packaged UHT milk is usually free from
harmful bacteria. Always open a new cooled milk
pack at commencement of operation.
• Ensure absolute cleanliness when opening the milk
pack. Germs can be introduced from dirty hands or
tools when opening.
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“Food Hygiene Ordinance from
05.08.1997”
Use our HACCP cleaning schedule
for monitoring of regular cleaning.
Recommendation:
only use UHT milk with a 1.5 % fat
content.
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HACCP cleaning schedule
Keep milk cool.
• Always have a new cooled milk pack handy.
• If cooling is not used during operation, then the
milk must be used up very quickly. Cool the milk
occasionally if needed.
• If little milk is used, cooled milk must be placed in
the refrigerator again during operation.
At commencement of operation
milk should be at approx. 6–8 °C.
WMF AG offers a range
of refrigeration options
(e.g., WMF countertop coolers).
HACCP cleaning schedule
Month
Year
Use only cooled UHT milk, to prevent health risks due to bacteria.
For Choc and Topping, use only products that have not exceeded their expiration date.
Cleaning steps:
3a. Combi spout cleaning or replace the combi spout after 4 hours of
operation (absolutely required if usage is low and milk is not chilled)
3b. Regularly clean the product hopper. (Care chapter)
4. General machine cleaning
Cleaning steps
Time
1
2
3
Signature
4
Date
Date
1. Run the cleaning program
w Cleaning instructions
2. Combi spout cleaning
w Cleaning instructions
1.
17.
2.
18.
3.
19.
4.
20.
5.
21.
6.
22.
7.
23.
8.
24.
9.
25.
10.
26.
11.
27.
12.
28.
13.
29.
14.
30.
15.
31.
Cleaning steps
Time
1
2
3
Signature
4
16.
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Maintenance
9
Maintenance
Please observe that this is a professional industrial
coffee machine which needs regular maintenance and
descaling.
Timing of descaling is calculated by the coffee
machine and depends on the degree of hardness of the
local mains water and whether or not a water filter is
fitted.
The maintenance date is based on the degree of use
of the coffee machine and is shown on the display.
The coffee machine may continue to be operated
after the message, but Customer Care or contract
maintenance should be carried out promptly to ensure
correct functioning and so as to avoid any consequent
damage.
9.1
Coffee machine maintenance
The following care or maintenance stages are provided:
• Customer Check-up after the display message; may
be undertaken by the user / operator.
Customer Check-up after the
display message see Customer
Check-up Instructions in Customer
Check-up Kit.
w Accessories and spare parts
page 75
• Maintenance after the display message; may only be
undertaken by trained personnel or by WMF Service,
as in this instance components affecting safety
must be replaced.
Service maintenance message
w Messages and instructions
page 58
• Revision after the display message; may only be
undertaken by trained personnel or by WMF Service,
as in this instance components affecting safety
must be replaced.
For other maintenance work and
repairs, please contact your local
WMF Service.
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The telephone number can be found
on the address sticker on the coffee
machine and on the delivery note.
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Maintenance
9.2
WMF Service
You can reach the WMF Service Center if the local
service point is not known.
WMF AG
Eberhardstraße
D - 73309 Geislingen (Steige)
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Messages and instructions
10 Messages and instructions
10.1 Operating messages
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10.1.1 Empty grounds container
empty grounds cont.
Grounds container is full
™™ Remove grounds container empty and rinse
under drinking water
™™ Wipe dry the grounds container
™™ Replace grounds container
™™ Confirm with
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10.1.2 Grounds container missing
beverage sel. locked
grounds cont.missing
The grounds container is not inserted
™™ Replace grounds container
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10.1.3 Empty drip tray
empty drip tray
The drip tray must be emptied
™™ Remove and empty drip tray
™™ Replace drip tray
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10.1.4 Bean hopper is empty
refill beans
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refill beans
left
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There are not enough coffee beans in the
bean hopper
Grinding is interrupted.
™™ Pour coffee beans into the bean hopper
™™ Press the beverage button again
The grinding process continues and the
additional coffee required for the brewing
cycle is ground. The selected beverage is then
brewed.
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Messages and instructions | Operating messages
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10.1.5 Insert ground coffee
insert ground coffee
select beverage
The manual insert lid is open
™™ Insert ground coffee
™™ Close the manual insert
™™ Select the desired beverage with the
beverage button
Touch to cancel the process. Ground coffee
that has already been inserted is removed via
the grounds container.
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10.1.6 Clean the coffee machine
machine cleaning
OK: care pad
The coffee machine must be cleaned
Only the care pad is lit up.
™™ Perform a machine cleaning
w Cleaning instructions w Machine cleaning
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10.1.7 Change filter
your selection pls
replace water filter
The water filter must be changed
™™ Change filter
w Water filter User Manual
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10.1.8 Descale coffee machine
your selection pls
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The coffee machine must be descaled
™™ Call WMF Service
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Messages and instructions | Error messages and malfunctions
10.2 Error messages and malfunctions
Basic procedure on display of error messages or
malfunctions
Switch coffee machine off and then on again after
a few seconds. Repeat the process which led to the
error. In many cases, this eliminates the malfunction
and you can continue working.
If this is not successful
Find the displayed error message or error number
in the following error list and follow the action
instructions.
If this does not rectify the error or if the error
indicated is not listed please call WMF Service.
Some messages lead to blocking of individual
functions. You will notice this by the fact that the
beverage button illumination goes out. The beverage
buttons that are still illuminated can continue to be
used.
Your WMF 1200 F is provided with a diagnostics
program. Any errors that occur are shown on the
display. The error messages listed may also be caused
by an interruption to the mains electricity supply.
WMF Service
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10.2.1 Error messages on the display
Error
number
Error
description
Action instructions
-
Insert the brewing
unit
Brewing unit
lockup current /
brewing unit stiff
The brewing unit is not inserted.
™™ Replace the brewing unit
™™ Switch off the coffee machine
™™ Clean the brewing unit
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Messages and instructions | Error messages and malfunctions
Error
number
Error
description
Action instructions
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Right grinder
blocked
Left grinder
blocked
™™ Switch off the coffee machine
™™ Disconnect mains plug
™™ Remove bean hopper
™™ Turn grinder disk counter-clockwise using only
Multitool (square button) (see illustration)
™™ Replace the bean hopper
™™ Switch on coffee machine
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w Care w Bean hopper cleaning, page 52
If this occurs frequently:
™™ Set grinding degree one stage coarser
w Other settings w Set grinding degree, page 41
w Settings w Set grinding degree, page 41
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Boiler:
over-temperature
Beverage dispensing temporarily blocked.
™™ Check that mains tap is on
If error not remedied
™™ Switch off the coffee machine
™™ Clean the brewing unit
w Care w Brewing unit cleaning, page 49
™™ Switch on and try again
(Release follows when cooled down to normal temperature).
™™ Switch off the coffee machine, allow to cool and
switch on again
If error not remedied
™™ Switch off the coffee machine
™™ Call WMF Service
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Messages and instructions | Error messages and malfunctions
Error
number
Error
description
Action instructions
161
Flow error:
during the brewing cycle
Between each of the following steps switch off the coffee machine
and on again. If error not remedied carry out the next step.
™™ Check that mains tap is on
™™ Clean the brewing unit
w Care w Brewing unit cleaning, page 49
™™ Set grinding degree coarser / reduce quality
w Settings w Set grinding degree, page xxx
w Other settings w Set grinding degree, page 41
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164
188
Flow error:
... when cleaning
... when dispensing hot
water
Heater error
™™ Switch off the coffee machine and on
again
If error not remedied
™™ Check that main water supply tap is on
™™ Switch off the coffee machine, disconnect
mains plug
™™ Call WMF Service
10.2.2 Errors without error message
Error pattern
Action instructions
No hot water dispensing
but water in grounds
container
Coffee dispensing on the
left / right differs
Pump runs continuously,
water in grounds
container
Bean hopper cannot be
replaced
™™ Clean hot water spout
™™ Call WMF Service (coffee dispensing possible)
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™™ Clean the combi spout
w Cleaning instructions
™™ Switch off the coffee machine and on again
If error not remedied
™™ Call WMF Service
™™ Check whether bean hopper is accidentally opened
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Safety and warranty | Hazards to the coffee machine
11 Safety and warranty
11.1 Hazards to the coffee machine
Follow the manual
We do not accept any warranty for damage
resulting from failure to observe this
requirement.
Observe the conditions for usage and
installation.
Important
Observe the Warranty chapter
w starting on page 63
Conditions for usage and
installation
w starting on page 70
Installation location
• The installation location must be dry and
protected against water spray.
• Some condensate water can always be
discharged from a coffee machine.
>> Do not use the coffee machine outdoors.
>> Set up the coffee machine so that it is
protected against water spray.
>> Always place the coffee machine on
a water-resistant and heatproof base in
order to protect the installation surface
against damage.
Coffee grinder
• Foreign objects can damage the grinders.
This damage is not covered under the
warranty.
>> Ensure that no foreign objects land in the
coffee bean hopper.
Please observe the following instructions so as to
prevent problems with and damage to the coffee
machine:
• For drinking water with carbonate hardness in
excess of 5 °dKH, a WMF water filter must be fitted;
otherwise, the coffee machine can be damaged due
to build-up of scale.
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Safety and warranty
• For insurance reasons always ensure that, at the end
of operation, the mains tap for the water supply
is turned off and the main water supply tap is
switched off or the mains plug is unplugged.
• We recommend damage prevention measures such
as:
- installation of a suitable water monitor in the
mains water supply
- installation of smoke alarms
• After shut off for several days we recommend
running the cleaning program at least twice before
reusing the machine.
System cleaning
w Cleaning programs
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11.2 Intended use
The WMF 1200 F is designed to dispense coffee
beverages and milk beverages in various variations into
cups or pots. This device is also intended for industrial
and commercial use and for use by professionals and
trained users in shops in the consumer goods industry
and agricultural holdings, or for the commercial
use by non-professionals. The device can be used
as a self-service device if it is supervised by trained
personnel.
The use of the device is also subject to the “General
Terms and Conditions” of WMF AG and this User
Manual. Any other use or use that goes beyond the
aforementioned is considered incorrect use. The
manufacturer shall not be liable for any damage
resulting from this.
Under no circumstances may the WMF 1200 F
be used to dispense and heat liquids other than
coffee, hot water (beverages, cleaning).
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11.3 Directives
The device fulfils the requirements of the German Food
and Feed Code (LFGB), the Regulation on Commodities
(BedGgstV), the EU regulation No. 10/2011 as well as
the EU regulation No. 1935/2004 in the currently valid
editions.
When used properly, the device does not present
a health hazard or other unreasonable hazard.
The materials and raw materials used fulfil the
requirements of the Regulation on Commodities as
well as the EC regulations No. 10/2011.
The device fulfils the requirements of all applicable
regulations in the directives MD (MR) 2006/42/EC (EG),
Directive 2004/108/EC (EMC), Directive 2011/65/EC
(ROHS), Directive 2002/96/EC (WEEE).
The declaration of conformity is included with the
device. The device bears the CE mark.
Any modifications that are not approved by WMF will
cause this declaration to become invalid.
Currently valid national rules apply in countries
outside of the European Union.
This device is subject to the directive on waste
electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE / EU
directive) and may not be disposed of as domestic
waste.
Requirements traceability pursuant to EC
regulation No. 1935/2004 and Good Manufacturing
Practice within the meaning of EC regulation
No. 2023/2006 are ensured and guaranteed.
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For disposal please contact the
WMF Service.
Address
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Safety and warranty
11.4 Duties of the owner / operator
The operator of such equipment must ensure regular
maintenance by WMF Service technicians, their agents
or other authorised persons, and checking of safety
devices.
Access to the service area is permitted only for
persons with knowledge and practical experience with
the device, especially regarding safety and hygiene.
The coffee machine must be set up by the operator
such that care and maintenance can be performed
without hindrance.
In office / floor supply or similar self-service
applications, only staff instructed in operation of the
coffee machine should supervise the coffee machine.
Trained personnel should carry out care procedures
and be available for questions regarding use.
The operator shall ensure that electrical equipment
and operating facilities are in a fit state (e.g. to
BGV A3) [German Accident Prevention Association or
equivalent]. In order to ensure the operating safety
of your coffee machine, it is essential to perform
regular checks of the safety valves and the pressure
containers, among other checks.
These measures are conducted by WMF Service or
by WMF authorised service personnel as part of the
maintenance work.
Machine cleaning must be carried out using only the
WMF special cleaning agent intended by WMF for the
coffee machine (tablets).
Machine descaling may be performed only by
WMF Service.
The manufacturer's specifications regarding
maintenance cycles and frequency of maintenance
Maintenance) must be observed.
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Safety and warranty
11.5 Warranty claims
Follow the manual
• We do not accept any warranty for damage
resulting from failure to observe this
requirement.
>> Observe the conditions for usage and
installation.
During the warranty period of 12 months from
transfer of risk, the purchaser has statutory warranty
entitlements.
The vendor should always be afforded the opportunity
to rectify errors within an appropriate period.
Claims above and beyond the above, in particular
damage claims as a result of consequential damage,
are excluded, to the extent that this is legally
permissible.
Material defects shall be reported to the vendor
immediately and in writing.
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Important
Conditions for usage and
installation
w starting on page 70
Warranty period 12 months
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Safety and warranty
No warranty is provided:
• On any parts subject to natural wear and tear. This
includes seals, and brewing unit, among other items.
• For malfunctions due to the effect of the weather,
scale build-up, chemical, physical, electrochemical
or electrical effects, unless attributable to a fault
on the part of WMF.
• If a water filter is not fitted even though the local
water supply requires use of a water filter and
malfunctions occur as a consequence.
• With respect to faults which occur as a result
of failure to follow handling instructions and
regulations, maintenance and care of the device
(e.g. User Manual and maintenance instructions).
• With respect to faults which occur as the result of
failure to use original WMF spare parts or incorrect
assembly by the purchaser or by third parties or by
faulty or negligent treatment.
• With respect to the consequences of improper
modifications undertaken without the consent of
WMF, or by repair or reconditioning work on the
part of the purchaser or by third parties.
• With respect to faults caused by inappropriate or
improper use.
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The customer is advised in the order
confirmation whether or not use of
a water filter is required.
Maintenance
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Cleaning instructions
Cleaning instructions WMF 1200 F
Please refer to the User Manual.
Follow the overview of the cleaning interval schedule in the Care chapter in the
User Manual.
Prior to the first cleaning, read the User Manual, Care chapter.
The combi spout must be installed for all automatic cleaning programs.
Call up the care programs
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Access a care program without a message having appeared on the display.
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™ Touch
your selection pls
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select clean.program
browse: -/+
Care pad
™ Touch
until the desired program is displayed
™ Access the displayed program by pressing
Cleaning programs
Machine cleaning
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OK: P
cleaning
browse: -/+
™ Access the displayed
program by pressing
The display shows the
individual steps that must
be completed.
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empty drip
tray
OK: P
cancel: C
empty grounds cont.
OK: P
cancel: C
™ Confirm with
that
the drip tray and the
grounds container has
been emptied
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DI_Rein_07
Soak combi spout
OK: P
cancel: C
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in cleaning solution
OK: P
cancel: C
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at least
4
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insert tablet
into manual insert
OK: P
cancel: C
once per day
OK: P
cancel: C
™ Confirm with
™ Place a collection
container with
approx. 2 liters
capacity under the
combi spout
™ Touch
Rinsing starts.
™ Add a cleaning tablet
and close the cover
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start: P
™ Touch
Machine cleaning starts.
cleaning in progress
time remain: 7 min
Duration
approx. 7 minutes.
A minute countdown
timer shows the time
remaining in the
cleaning cycle.
Manual combi spout cleaning at least 1 x daily
A
B
™ Pull forward the lever behind
the combi spout
™ Remove combi spout
™ Mix 5 ml of WMF Special
cleaner with 0.5 l of lukewarm
water
™ Dismantle combi spout
Caution.
Carefully disconnect
the combi spout.
Prior to cleaning switch off using the ON/OFF button. Disconnect mains plug.
™ Place all parts of combi spout
in the cleaning solution
(3 parts)
All parts must be completely
immersed in the cleaning
solution.
™ After 5 hours, rinse all combi
spout parts
™ Reassemble combi spout
™ Replace combi spout
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Technical data
Technical data
Technical data for coffee machine
Nominal power rating *
3 kW (2.75 kW–3.25 kW)
Recommended daily capacity
Brewed coffee
up to 150 cups per day
Overall hot water output
approx. 20 liters per hour
Coffee bean hopper
approx. 1,000 g per load
Mains power connection *
1,N,PE 50/60 Hz 220–240 V
External dimensions
Width 324 mm
Height incl. bean hopper 410 mm
Depth 600 mm
Weight empty
approx. 33–38 kg (depending on the model)
Continuous sound
pressure level (Lpa) **
< 70 dB(A)
We reserve the right to make technical modifications.
* For special models see model label, values given above are for the basic model.
** A-evaluated sound pressure level Lpa (slow) and Lpa (impulses) at operating personnel workplace is under 70 dB(A) in
any working mode.
Conditions for usage and installation
Necessary on-site preparatory work for electricity, water and drainage connections
at the customer‘s premises are to be arranged by the machine owner / operator.
The work must be carried out by authorised installation technicians in compliance
with general, country-specific and local regulations. The WMF service engineers
may only connect the coffee machine to existing prepared connection points.
WMF Service is neither authorised nor responsible for carrying out any on-site
installation work prior to connection. The potential equalization terminal is
installed by WMF Service if needed.
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Technical data
Mains voltage
tolerance range
Water supply
(Constant water supply
optional)
Water quality
Water drain tube
Ambient temperature
Maximum humidity
Degree of protection
Installation surface /
water spray
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230 V +6 % and –10 %, Mains voltage interruption
< 50 ms no interruption of function
3/8 inch hose connector with mains tap, and filter with
0.2 to 0.25 mm mesh size, on site.
Min. 0.2 MPa flow pressure at 2 litres / minute,
max. 0.6 MPa.
Water temperature maximum 35 °C.
The set of hoses provided with the new coffee machine
and/or the new water filter must be used. Do not use old
hoses.
For drinking water with carbonate hardness above
5 °dKH, a WMF water filter should be fitted upstream.
Tube a minimum of DN 19, minimum downward slope of
2 cm/m
+5 °C to max. +35 °C
(empty the water system in case of frost).
80 % relative humidity without condensation.
Do not use device outdoors.
IP X0
The device must be placed and leveled on a horizontal,
sturdy, water-resistant, and heatproof base.
The device must not be cleaned using a water jet. The
device must be installed where it is protected against
water spray. The device must not located on a surface
that is sprayed or cleaned with a water hose, steam jets,
steam cleaner, or similar devices.
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Technical data
Installation clearances
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 minimum working space of
800 mm in front of the coffee machine is recommended.
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. If the coffee machine connections are to be run
downwards through the counter, please make space for
the lines, which can reduce the usable space below the
machine.
Installation dimensions See the User Manual for the water filter.
of the water filter
These specifications for the electrical connection and the standards quoted
apply for connecting the coffee machine in EU countries. It may be necessary
to also observe additional country-specific regulations. Outside the EU
countries, acceptance of the standards quoted is to be checked by the legal
entity or natural person who wishes to use the coffee machine.
The local power supply must be constructed according to IEC 364 (DIN VDE 0100).
To improve safety, the device should be fitted with an FI 30 mA earth leakage
current circuit breaker complying with EN 61008. (Type B residual current circuit
breakers provide reliable tripping even if the fault current is smooth. This ensures
a high level of safety.) Near the device or about 30 cm below the counter top there
should be a shockproof socket as a single-phase connection installed locally on
the rear or side wall of the counter substructure or a country-specific single-phase
socket. If the mains cable for this device is damaged then it must be replaced by
our service personnel or a similarly qualified person, in order to prevent hazards.
The mains cable must not come into contact with hot surfaces. The mains switch
and plug top are part of the on-site installation. The coffee machine may not
be fitted with a fixed permanent mains connection if installed on a transporting
trolley (a mobile station).
In order to avoid possible faults from arising on our shielded data lines due to
potential equalisation currents between the devices, an additional potential
equalisation unit should be planned for devices connected to the vending system.
(See EN 60309)
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Unit
Pcs
Combi spout
Designation
Meter
1,5
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Pcs
Multitool
Pcs
Pcs
Pcs
Pcs
1
Pcs
1
Pcs
1
1
4
Pcs
1
Complete bean hopper
1
Bean hopper lid, lockable
Screw, access guard
presto! reach-in guard ,large
Pusher lock, presto! large
Bean hopper, presto! large; complete
(with reach-in guard, pusher, and screws)
Bean hopper, presto! large; individual
Set of documents:
• 1200 F User Manual
• 1200 F Cleaning instructions
• Carbonate hardness test (with instruction)
33 2806 3100
00 0047 3658
33 2456 6000
33 2265 5000
33 2311 0000
33 2851 2099
33 2668 9010
33 2323 1000
00 0048 0042
Drain tube
33 2292 1000
33 2165 8000
Connecting tube for constant water supply
33 2867 5200
Order No.
Angle for drain tube
Documentation / instructions
1
Accessories / tools
Pcs
Pcs
1
1
Constant water supply, drainage
1
Complete combi spout
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Installation instructions
Installation instructions
Installation instructions
7
Position number
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
Model
Accessories and spare parts
Accessories and spare parts
73
Number
Unit
Designation
74
Pcs
Pcs
Drip grid
Drip tray
Brewing unit
Coffee grounds container
Pcs
Pcs
1
1
Angle
Hex nut
Flathead screw M6X16
Toothed wheel
Pcs
Customer Check-up Kit 15.000
Pack
Pcs
Pcs
Tube
1
1
1
1
WMF Molykote “gasket grease”
Cleaning brush
Pipe cleaner
Special cleaning tablets (100 pieces)
Order numbers for the WMF care program
1
Customer Check-up Kit 15.000
Pcs
Pcs
1
1
Potential equalization terminal
Pcs
Pcs
1
1
Drip tray / drip grid
1
Brewing unit
1
Coffee grounds container
33 2179 9000
33 1521 9000
33 0350 0000
33 2332 4000
33 290 87000
00 0047 2055
00 0047 3414
00 0047 2257
33 2107 1100
33 2600 3000
33 2254 9100
33 2908 5099
33 2880 5000
Order No.
10
10
15
9
Position number
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
all
Model
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Index
Index
A
Accessories and spare parts 73
Additional instructions 2
B
Error 58
Error list 60
Error message 60
External dimensions 70
F
Factory settings 37
Fill the bean hopper 17
Basic settings 34
Bean hopper 11, 24, 52
Bean hopper cleaning 52
Beverage button 22
Beverage buttons 11
Beverage dispensing 13, 22
Brewing temperature 35
Brewing unit 11, 49
Brewing unit cleaning 49
G
C
HACCP cleaning schedule 54
Hazards to the coffee machine 63
Hazards to the operator 6
Height adjustment of the combi spout 23
Hot water button 11, 23
Hot water output 70
Capacity 13
Carbonate hardness 13
Care 43
Care safety instructions 43
Change recipes 31
Cleaning intervals 45
Cleaning intervals overview 45
Cleaning program 47
Cleaning schedule 54
Clean the brewing unit 49
Clearance height 23
Coffee bean hopper 70
Coffee grounds 26
Coffee machine maintenance 56
Coffee strength 32
Combi spout 11, 23
Combi spout cleaning 47
Conditions for usage and installation 70
Continuous sound pressure level 70
Cool milk 55
C pad 11
Cup size 30
Cup volume 30
D
Daily cleaning 47
Date 18, 34, 36
Date / time 36
Delete counters 39
Dispensing hot water 11, 23
Dispensing test 30, 31
Dosing auger 53
Drip grid 11
Drip tray 11, 27
Drip tray, cover and front panel 48
Duties of the owner / operator 66
E
General safety instructions 6
Glossary 13
Grounds container 11, 26
Grounds container cleaning 47
Grounds disposal through the counter 26
H
I
Installation location 15
Instructions 58
Introduction 10
K
Keep counter settings 39
L
Labelling of beverage buttons 42
Label template 42
Language 34
Level indicator 27
M
Mains power connection 70
Maintenance 56
Main water supply tap 13
Malfunctions 60, 62
Manual insert 11, 25
Mechanical settings 41
Menu pad 11
Messages 58
Messages and instructions 58
Messages for operation 58
N
Nominal power rating 70
No warranty is provided 68
ECO-mode 35
Electrical connection 72
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O
T
Operating messages 58
Operation 21
Operation safety instructions 21
Original WMF spare parts 68
O-rings 13
Other settings 41
Tablet insert 11, 25
Technical data 70
Test new settings 30
Time 18, 34, 36
Touch-screen display 11
P
Parts of the coffee machine 10
PIN protection 38
Potential equalization terminal 70
Pre-infusion 13
Preinfusion 33
Product hopper 24
R
Read counters 39
Ready to operate 22
Recommended daily capacity 70
Regular cleaning 49
Rinsing 13
U
Use additional types of coffee 25
User Manual Signs and Symbols 12
User Manual Symbols 12
W
Warm rinsing 17
Warranty claims 67
Water filter 68
Water volume 32
Weight empty 70
Without water drain 27
WMF Service 57
Work on site 70
S
Safety devices 6
Self-service 13
Set grinding degree 41
Settings (basic settings) 18
Start-up complete 20
Start-up program 18
Switch off 27
Switch on 21
Switch on coffee machine 18, 22
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