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CAFÉ ELITE
USER MANUAL
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Part No.: 1730066_04
CONTENT
CAFÉ ELITE
CONTENT......................................................................................................................................................... 2
GENERAL............................................................................................................................................................ 4
Introduction...............................................................................................................................................................4
Warnings.....................................................................................................................................................................4
Precautions.................................................................................................................................................................4
Intended use...............................................................................................................................................................4
Facts & weight............................................................................................................................................................5
OVERVIEW OF COMPONENTS......................................................................................................... 6
Front exterior............................................................................................................................................................6
Front interior of Elite II...........................................................................................................................................7
Front interior of Elite III..........................................................................................................................................8
Front interior of Elite IV..........................................................................................................................................9
Membrane switch navigation............................................................................................................................... 10
Technical service card........................................................................................................................................... 11
INSTALLATION AND START-UP...................................................................................................... 12
Positioning............................................................................................................................................................... 12
Machine startup procedure................................................................................................................................. 12
Fill ingredient canisters......................................................................................................................................... 13
OPERATION.................................................................................................................................................. 14
Dispensing drinks in a cup................................................................................................................................... 14
Dispensing drinks in a jug..................................................................................................................................... 15
CLEANING PROGRAM.......................................................................................................................... 16
Automatic rinsing of the mixing bowl............................................................................................................... 16
Automatic cleaning of dispenser valves............................................................................................................ 17
CLEANING AND CARE......................................................................................................................... 18
Disassemble mixing system................................................................................................................................. 18
Wash these parts................................................................................................................................................... 19
Reassemble mixing system ................................................................................................................................. 19
Failure message....................................................................................................................................................... 20
Storage / Transport................................................................................................................................................ 20
Exterior cleaning.................................................................................................................................................... 21
MESSAGE SHOWN ON DISPLAY................................................................................................... 22
PROGRAMMING........................................................................................................................................ 23
Activate programming with smart card............................................................................................................ 23
Buttons function..................................................................................................................................................... 23
Main menu............................................................................................................................................................... 24
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CONTENT
CAFÉ ELITE
Clean machine........................................................................................................................................................ 24
Counters.................................................................................................................................................................. 25
DIMENSION SKETCH.............................................................................................................................. 27
Café Elite.................................................................................................................................................................. 27
Some important information may appear in textboxes seen below
IMPORTANT!
INFO.
CAUTION!
INFO.
More INFO.
Note
INFO.
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GENERAL
CAFÉ ELITE
Introduction
Thank you for choosing a Café Elite vending machine.
We hope you enjoy it !
Read the user guide before using the machine.
This guide contains important instructions for
proper and safe use of the vending machine.
Always keep this guide close at hand for future
reference.
Warnings
Never immerse the machine, plug or mains
cable in water because there is a danger of
electric shock.
The appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or
lack of experience and knowledge, unless they
have been given supervision or instruction
concerning the use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure they
do not play with the appliance.
Do not use the machine if the mains cable, plug
is damaged or the machine has fallen down.
If the mains cable is damaged it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, service agent or
similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a
hazard.
Only plug the machine into a properly installed
earthed safety socket whose line voltage
matches the technical data for the machine.
Precautions
Do not use the machine outdoors so it can be
exposed to weather (rain, snow, frost). It will
cause material damage to the machine.
Do not try to open the machine or repair it in
any way. To avoid danger only have the machine
repaired in a technical workshop, Service
Centre or by a qualified person.
Remove the mains cable from the socket when
the machine is not in use for longer periods. To
do this, pull the plug not the cable.
This appliance must be placed in a horizontal
position which is resistant to any water that
may leak.
Place the machine out of the reach of children.
Position the mains cable so that people cannot
trip over it. Keep it away from sharp edges and
heat sources.
The new hose-sets supplied with this appliance
are to be used, old hose-sets must not be reused.
This appliance is not suitable for installation in
an area where a water jet could be used.
This appliance must not be cleaned by a water
jet.
Intended use
This appliance is intended to be used in
household and similar applications such as:
- Staff kitchen areas in shops.
- Offices and other commercial working
environments.
- On agricultural estates.
- By clients in hotels, motels and other
residential type environments.
- Bed and breakfast type environments.
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For the optimal performance of the machine
these parameters shall not be exceeded:
- Maximum permissible inlet water pressure :
800KPa (8Bar)
- Minimum permissible inlet water pressure:
200KPa (2Bar)
- Maximum working temperature: 40°ºC
- Minimum working temperature: 10°ºC
GENERAL
CAFÉ ELITE
Facts & weight
MODEL/NAME
CAFÉ ELITE II
CAFÉ ELITE III
CAFÉ ELITE IV
None
None
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Drink options
5
8
8
Ingredient canister
2
3
4
Bean hopper
None
None
None
Brewing mechanism
None
None
None
Cleaning function by smart card
Yes
Yes
Yes
Electronic temperature control
Yes
Yes
Yes
Adjustable coffee strength
Yes
Yes
Yes
Illumination of cup during brewing
None
None
None
Base cabinet: large grounds container
None
None
None
Energy saving mode
Yes
Yes
Yes
Height, Width, Depth
735, 310, 515mm
735, 310, 515mm
735, 310, 515mm
5Litres
5Litres
5Litres
220-230VAC
220-230VAC
220-230VAC
50/60Hz/2200W
50/60Hz/2200W
50/60Hz/2200W
Cold water connection
½” External
thread
½” External
thread
½” External
thread
Water purification filter
None
None
None
Built-in grinder
Function for selecting jug
Tank volume
Power supply
MODEL/NAME
WEIGHT
Café Elite II
30kg
Café Elite III
30kg
Café Elite IV
30kg
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OVERVIEW OF COMPONENTS
CAFÉ ELITE
Front exterior
Display
Key Switch
(Enable Jug Mode)
Strength Adjustment
COFFEE
Smart
Card
Reader
WHITE COFFEE
ESPRESSO
CAPPUCCINO
Door Lock
HOT CHOCOLATE
MILK CHOCOLATE
MOCHACINO
HOT WATER
Outlet Hot Drinks
Drip Tray Insert
Drip Tray
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Drink
Buttons
OVERVIEW OF COMPONENTS
CAFÉ ELITE
Front interior of Elite II
Ingredient Canisters
Mixing System
Service lid
(for emptying water tank)
Power Switch
Outlet Hot Drinks
Ingredient canisters
DETAIL
INGREDIENTS
WIDTH
DEPTH
HEIGHT
CAPACITY
CUPS/UNIT
Canister
Coffee
137mm
335mm
225mm
5.4L
~675 cups
Canister
Topping
137mm
335mm
225mm
5.4L
~540 cups
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OVERVIEW OF COMPONENTS
CAFÉ ELITE
Front interior of Elite III
Ingredient Canisters
Mixing System
Service Lid
(For emptying water tank)
Power Switch
Outlet Hot Drinks
Ingredient canisters
DETAIL
INGREDIENTS
WIDTH
DEPTH
HEIGHT
CAPACITY
CUPS/UNIT
Canister
Coffee
137mm
335mm
225mm
5.4 L
~675 cups
Canister
Chocolate
67mm
335mm
225mm
2.7 L
~135 cups
Canister
Topping
67mm
335mm
225mm
2.7 L
~270 cups
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OVERVIEW OF COMPONENTS
CAFÉ ELITE
Front interior of Elite IV
Ingredient Canisters
Mixing System
Service lid
(for emptying water tank)
Power Switch
Outlet Hot Drinks
Ingredient canisters
DETAIL
INGREDIENTS
WIDTH
DEPTH
HEIGHT
CAPACITY
CUPS/UNIT
Canister
Coffee
67mm
335mm
225mm
2.7 L
~338 cups
Canister
Espresso
67mm
335mm
225mm
2.7 L
~600 cups
Canister
Chocolate
67mm
335mm
225mm
2.7 L
~135 cups
Canister
Topping
67mm
335mm
225mm
2.7 L
~270 cups
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OVERVIEW OF COMPONENTS
CAFÉ ELITE
Membrane switch navigation
Button functions
Press the BACK button if you want to leave the submenu and
go back in the menu.
E
Press the ENTER button to select a menu function, confirm
a set value or a setting. Confirm the new setting by pressing
the E-button.
EE
Press the MINUS button if you want to decrease a value or
go back in the menu.
Press the STOP button if you want to return to the start
menu.
To activate Energy Saving Mode press and hold the STOP
button for 5 seconds. Display will show Energy Saving Mode.
To return to normal mode press and hold the STOP button
for 5 seconds while the machine is in energy saving mode.
Press the PLUS button if you want to increase a value or go
forward in the menu.
ENERGY SAVING MODE
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the machine switches off the front display and decreases the
temperature in the water tank to 65ºC.
OVERVIEW OF COMPONENTS
CAFÉ ELITE
Technical service card
Technical service card is used for
example cleaning of the machine
and change different settings.
The smart card is supplied by
your dealer.
COFFEE
WHITE COFFEE
ESPRESSO
CAPPUCCINO
HOT CHOCOLATE
MILK CHOCOLATE
Insert the technical service card
with the chip facing towards the
back of the machine. As in the
figure above.
The display will show the Service Menu, Clean Machine and you can now
browse forwards through the menu.
Service Menu
Clean Machine
To use the machine again remove the technical service card and store it
in a safe place.
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INSTALLATION AND START-UP
CAFÉ ELITE
Positioning
minimum
10cm
Place the machine on a flat horizontal surface that will
support the weight of the machine.
Connect the electrical plug to a separate grounded wall
socket.
Note
Make sure air is able to circulate behind the
machine (minimum 10cm).
Machine startup procedure
Connect the water to the top cabinet on the
machine.
Connect the supplied water hose to the cold water
connection using a ½’’ R-connection. When pushing
the machine into position make sure there is no
interference to the hose to ensure proper water
flow.
If the inlet hose is new, flush the system with water
first to remove copper shavings. These can damage
the inlet valve.
The new tube set supplied with the appliance must be
A
used. Old tubes may not be re-used. Connection to a
closable valve is recommended.
Min. water pressure; 2 bar (200kPa).
Max. water pressure: 8 bar (800kPa).
Open the water tap.
Connect the mains cable to the machine (A) and insert the plug to a earthed wall socket.
Switch on the power switch.
The display indicates
Low Water Level
Press Enter Key
Press the
E
button.
The water tank will now automatically fill with 5 litres of water. The element will not be powered until
the water reaches the level sensor.
Set temperature is 85º Celsius.
Once the water heating is complete “Low temp” text will disappear from the display. (The display text
will start to rotate between these two screens
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COFFEE QUEEN
and
AT YOUR SERVICE
)
INSTALLATION AND START-UP
CAFÉ ELITE
Fill ingredient canisters
01
02
A
Remove the ingredient canisters to avoid spilling
in the machine and fill with ingredients .
When filling the ingredients, keep the opening of
the canister chute upwards (A).
03
Open the door.
B
B
Reassembly canisters.
When placing the ingredient canisters, Ensure
that the openings of the canister chutes point
down toward the mixing bowl (B).
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OPERATION
CAFÉ ELITE
Dispensing drinks in a cup
EE
COFFEE
WHITE COFFEE
ESPRESSO
CAPPUCCINO
HOT CHOCOLATE
MILK CHOCOLATE
MOCHACINO
HOT WATER
A
Place a cup under the outlet for hot drinks.(A)
The strength of the drink is set to default. If you would like to increase or
decrease the strength then follow the steps in the section below.
Stronger drink, Press the
button
or
Weaker drink, Press the
button
Choose drink.
The display shows:
Please wait...
and the cup light goes on.
Wait until the cup light switches off and the text
Please wait...
has disappeared from the display before removing the cup.
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OPERATION
CAFÉ ELITE
Dispensing drinks in a jug
Key Switch
EE
A
Turn key switch to enable jug mode.
Place a jug under the outlet for hot drinks.(A)
The strength of the drink is set to default. If you would like to increase or
decrease the strength then follow the steps in the section below.
Stronger drink, Press the
button
or
Weaker drink, Press the
button
Choose drink.
Wait until the cup light switches off and the message
Please wait...
has disappeared from the display before removing the jug.
You can abort the jug process by pressing STOP button any time during the
process, it will finish the drink in process before complete stop.
Turn back the key switch to its original position to exit jug mode.
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CLEANING PROGRAM
CAFÉ ELITE
Daily cleaning
Automatic rinsing of the mixing bowl
Cleaning means
rinsing with water
and rotating the
whipper.
Cleaning of the
mixing bowl should
be performed once
per day.
EE
COFFEE
A
WHITE COFFEE
ESPRESSO
CAPPUCCINO
HOT CHOCOLATE
MILK CHOCOLATE
Put a container that holds at least 0.5 litres under the outlet for hot drinks.
Insert smart card in the card reader (A).
Move through the menu until the display shows
Press the
E
button.
Move through the menu until the display shows
Press the
E
Service Menu
Clean Machine
Service Menu
Clean Mixer
button.
The machine will now clean the mixing bowls for 5 seconds.
Remove smart card.
Note
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Repeat the cleaning procedures 2-3 times to get a better
cleaning effect.
CLEANING PROGRAM
CAFÉ ELITE
Daily cleaning
Automatic cleaning of dispenser valves
Cleaning entails that
the valves “knock”
off any lime scale
and other particles
that may get stuck
in the cylinders and
flushing them with
water.
EE
COFFEE
A
WHITE COFFEE
ESPRESSO
CAPPUCCINO
HOT CHOCOLATE
MILK CHOCOLATE
Put a container under outlet for hot drinks.
Insert smart card in the card reader (A).
Move through the menu until the display shows
Press the
E
button.
Move through the menu until the display shows
Press the
E
Service Menu
Clean Machine
Service Menu
Clean Valves
button.
Dispenser valves will now start to open and close with 3 pulses/second for a
max of 6 seconds. Repeat the procedure 2 - 3 times.
Remove smart card.
Note
Repeat the cleaning procedures 2-3 times to get a better
cleaning effect.
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CLEANING AND CARE
CAFÉ ELITE
Weekly cleaning
Disassemble mixing system
01
Keep the opening of the canister chute upwards,
and pull out the outlet hose.
Turn the mounting plate lever anticlockwise.
02
03
Loosen the mixing bowl by pulling it straight
out.
Loose the whipper by pulling it straight out.
04
06
05
Loosen the mounting plate. Turn the lever
anticlockwise, until it stops.
Pull the mounting plate straight out.
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Reassembling mixing system
See the next page
CLEANING AND CARE
CAFÉ ELITE
Weekly cleaning
Wash these parts
Mixing bowl
Condensation trap
Mounting plate
Whipper
Clean with a moist
cloth and wipe dry.
All parts must be dry before reassembly.
Reassemble mixing system
01
02
A
Check all seals (red) before
reassembly of parts.
03
The flat side of the whipper shaft must
correspond with the marked arrow on the
whipper.
To fit the whipper push onto the shaft until a click
sound can be heard. It is only possible to assemble
the whipper in one way.
Fix the mixing bowl and condensation trap. Pushfit the mixing bowl and fix with lever.
04
Connect the outlet hose.
Note
Ensure that all water hoses have been
connected and fitted.
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CLEANING AND CARE
CAFÉ ELITE
Failure message
Failure messages
which can mostly
be corrected
without any help
from service
company.
Water Level Low
Press Enter
Display shows
Then press the
Water Level Low
Check if water tap is open.
Press Enter
E
button.
Display shows normal, but no drink is coming.
Possible cause of failure:
Mechanical stop in the ingredients canisters or mixer unit.
Action: Try to find the cause of failure. Clean the mixer system and try again.
Storage / Transport
Preparation for transportation or long term storage
Turn off the switch, pull out the electric plug and close incoming water tube.
Long machine storage at temperatures below 0ºC can cause damage of the
machine.
Empty all the water in the machine by opening the service lid between the mixer
bowls. Pull out the hose, remove the plug and let all water pour out. Reassemble
the plug and lid.
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CLEANING AND CARE
CAFÉ ELITE
Exterior cleaning
Cleaning the outside
Use a soft rag and liquid cleaning agent to prevent scratches.
Note The machine must not be covered with or immersed in water.
To be washed as needed
Drip tray and drip tray insert should be washed by hand in ordinary dishwater.
Do not wash in a dish washing machine!
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MESSAGE SHOWN ON DISPLAY
Message on display
CAFÉ ELITE
Indication
Not Available
Drink can not be selected as pot.
Heating Water
Please Wait...
Low temperature in the water tank, the machine is heating up
(blocked).
Low Water Level
Press Enter Key
Low water level in water tank. Press enter key to start filling up
the water tank.
Filling Water
Please Wait...
The machine is filling water.
Temperature
Shows actual temperature in water tank
Energy Saving Mode
The machine is in energy saving mode.
Warning
Low Temperature
Temperature is low, it is still possible to dispense drink.
Low Temperature
Blocked
Temperature is low, the machine is blocked.
Empty Drip Tray
The drip tray is full of water.
Overcurrent
Overcurrent, some component is using to much current, try to
locate the component and replace it.
Error:
Water Supply
The water has not reached the correct level in the water tank.
Check the water tap, restart the machine.
Error:
Water Level Pins
Check the level sensor, cable failure, level pins connected incorrect, too much scale or residue on the level pins.
Bev. Disabled
The drink has been disabled
Please Wait
Shows when drink is dispensing
Door Open
The door is open, Close door to proceed.
Error:
Temp.Sensor
Tempsensor damaged, faults in cables
Error:
Check Heater
Solid state defect, heater defect. Output on I/O board is defect.
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PROGRAMMING
CAFÉ ELITE
Activate programming with smart card
Insert the technical service card in the card reader(A).
Display shows
Service Menu
Clean Machine
COFFEE
A
WHITE COFFEE
Buttons function
Press this button if you wish to leave the submenu and return to the main
menu.
E
Press the ENTER button if you want to enter a menu, alter the value or a
setting.
Alter a value by pressing the
or
button.
Confirm the new setting by pressing the E-button.
Press this button if you wish to increase a value or step forward in the menu.
Press this button if you want to reduce a value or go back in the menu.
Press the STOP button if you wish to return to the service menu.
Note
Values displayed in this section as ### is fixed values for display.
Values displayed in this section as <XXX> can be changed.
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PROGRAMMING
CAFÉ ELITE
Main menu
Overview
Service Menu
Clean Machine
Press
to go forward
Service Menu
Counters
Press
to go forward
Clean machine
Service Menu
Clean Machine
Perform cleaning of the machine.
Press
Press
Service Menu
Clean Machine
Press
E
Select Cleaning
Mixer System
E
Press
Press
Select Cleaning
Clean Valves
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Machine starts cleaning
mixer system. The display will
show ”Mixer System” during
cleaning.
E
Machine starts cleaning valves.
The display will show ”Clean
Valves” during cleaning.
PROGRAMMING
CAFÉ ELITE
Counters
See the counter of each drink or total counters
for all drinks. It’s also possible to reset the drink
counters.
Service Menu
Counters
Service Menu
Counters
Press
E
Press
Press
Counters
Beverages
E
Beverage Counters
Per Beverage
E
Drink 1
Served xxx
Press
Press
Press
Drink 2
Served xxx
Continue through
the menu to browse
through the counter
for all the drinks.
Press
Beverage Counter
Total Served
Total Beverages
Served xxx
E
Press
Press
Beverage Counter
Master Total
E
Master Total
Served xxx
Press
Beverage Counter
Clear Counters
Hold Enter to
Clear Counters
Hold ENTER key
for 3 seconds
E
Change ESCAPE
to Back
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PROGRAMMING
CAFÉ ELITE
Counters
See the number of times cleaning has been
performed or reset the clean counter.
Service Menu
Counters
Press
Counters
Clean Counter
E
Clean Counter
Total xxx
Press
Press
Counters
Water Filter
E
Press
Water Filter
Reset Water Filter
Reset? NO/YES
Months Left 6
E
Press
Step forwards
in the menu press
E
Water Filter:
Confirm with ENTER
Press
Water Filter
Interval <X>
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E
Set interval value:
Confirm with ENTER
DIMENSION SKETCH
CAFÉ ELITE
A
Café Elite
C
B
Model
A
B
C
Café Elite II
735mm
310mm
515mm
Café Elite III
735mm
310mm
515mm
Café Elite IV
735mm
310mm
515mm
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For the warranty to be valid the conditions for maintenance must have been
followed according to our instructions, proper precaution has been made and
warranty claim been issued without delay.
The affected equipment may not be used during awaiting service if there is any risk
that the damage or defect would worsen.
The warranty will not cover consumption supplies such as glassware, normal
maintenance such as cleaning of filters, contaminations in water, lime, incorrect
voltages, pressure or adjustment of water amounts.
The warranty will not cover damages of defects caused by incorrect handling and
operation of the appliance.
FOR SERVICE
Please contact your dealer
Your Dealer
www.creminternational.com
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