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GB2        Coffee and espresso                          3     Safety Information         Your fully automated coffee machi...
GB    Activate the steam nozzle only when        Never open or repair the coffee    you are holding a container under the ...
GB4        Overview of the menu                     5      Before using for the first         points                      ...
GB        Remove the water tank from the cof-          To start the switching on process, press        fee machine (Fig. 7...
GB5.5   Switching the coffee machine                      Three pink bands:      off                                      ...
GB6     Making Coffee with Beans 6.2                      Select Cup Size      The following process for making cof-      ...
GB      The top line in the display indicates the       If you have not dispensed coffee for a      cup size. The instruct...
GB7.1   Filling the ground coffee filler          8   Frothing Milk      Turn the coffee bean container to the         The...
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GB10.2 Changing and saving the coffee                    The lever positions have the following     quantity              ...
GB        After the programming, the display      12.3   Setting the Switch-off        returns in the main menu to the men...
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GB13   Cleaning and Care                         13.2 Cleaning the height adjustment     To ensure consistent coffee quali...
GB     If a foreign body is impossible to        13.5   Cleaning the Coffee-making Unit     remove, take off the grinding ...
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GB       During the cleaning process the display     13.7 Running the descaling programme       shows the following indica...
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  1. 1. Fully Automatic Espresso-Maker Machines à Café Automatiques Máquina automática para Café ExpressoMáquina de café Espresso- totalmente automática Operating instructions Manuel d’utilisation Instrucciones de uso Instruções de serviço CAT 44 NG
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  8. 8. GBGB Dear customer Please read these operating instruc- tions through carefully. Please make sure you read the safety instructions on the first pages of these operating instructions! Keep the operating instructions for future reference. Pass them on to any future owners.Contents 1 Figure captions 9 10 Programming the cup measure 1.1 Machine Parts (Fig 1) 9 and the coffee quantity 19 1.2 Top View (Fig. 2) 9 10.1 Changing and saving the cup 1.3 Control Panel (Fig. 3) 9 measure and the coffee quantity 19 10.2 Changing and saving the coffee 2 Coffee and espresso 10 quantity 20 3 Safety Information 10 11 Setting the Grinding Texture 20 4 Overview of the menu points 12 12 Menu settings 20 5 Before using for the first time 12 12.1 Setting language 20 5.1 Setting Up and Connecting the 12.2 Setting the Coffee Temperature 21 Coffee Machine 12 12.3 Setting the Switch-off Time 21 5.2 Filling with Water 12 12.4 Interrogate the number of dispensed 5.3 Switching on for the first time 13 coffees and the cup measures 22 5.4 Switching on the machine 13 12.5 Resetting the machine to the 5.5 Switching the coffee machine off 14 factory setting (Reset) 22 5.6 Setting the water hardness 14 12.6 Reset display language 22 6 Making Coffee with Beans 15 13 Cleaning and Care 23 6.1 Filling the Coffee Bean Container 15 13.1 Regular Cleaning 23 6.2 Select Cup Size 15 13.2 Cleaning the height adjustment 23 6.3 Selecting the coffee quantity 15 13.3 Emptying the Container 23 6.4 Setting the number of cups and 13.4 Cleaning the Grinder 23 dispensing coffee 16 13.5 Cleaning the Coffee-making Unit 24 13.6 Running the Cleaning Program 25 7 Making Ready-ground Coffee 16 13.7 Running the Descaling Program 26 7.1 Filling the ground coffee filler 17 13.8 Cleaning the steam valve 28 7.2 Selecting cup size 17 14 What do I do, if ... 28 8 Frothing Milk 17 15 EU Directives 30 9 Preparing Hot Water 18 16 Technical Data 30 17 Disposal 30
  9. 9. GB1 Figure captions 1.2 Top View (Fig. 2) Q Cup rack1.1 Machine Parts (Fig 1) R Opening for ground coffee A Top view (see Fig. 2) with lid (ground coffee filler) B Bean container with lid S Bean container position setting C Service cover T Service cover release button D Selection dial for steam and hot water U Release catch for removing grinding E Height-adjustable dispenser with ring outlets V Lever for setting grinding texture F Swivel nozzle for steam and hotwater with removable frothing aid G Container (removable) 1.3 Control Panel (Fig. 3) H Drip grille a Key „Steam Pre-selector“ I Drip tray float (with indicator) J Drip tray b Key „1 or 2 cups of coffee“ K Display (with indicator) L Type plate (at top behind service cover) c Key „Coffee Quantity“ * M Control panel (see Fig. 3) (with indicators) N Water tank with fill level indicator * With menu selected (key f) this key (removable) serves for „paging“ in the menu O Test strip for water hardness d Key „Cup Measure“ ** O.1 Descaling agent (with indicators) O.2 Cleaning agent ** With menu selected (key f) this key P Measuring spoon with cleaning brush serves for „paging“ in the menu e Key „Rinse“ (with indicator) f Key „Menu“ (with indicator) g Key „OK“ (with indicator) h „On/Off“ key (with indicator) i „Coffee machine heating“ indicator j „Waste container“ indicator k „Fill water tank“ indicator
  10. 10. GB2 Coffee and espresso 3 Safety Information Your fully automated coffee machine This appliance corresponds to accepted guarantees you technological standards with regards • Absolute ease of operation both in to safety and to the German Appliance making coffee and in maintenance and Safety Law. As the manufacturer, we care. nevertheless wish to familiarise you The excellent, individual taste is with the following safety information. achieved by • The pre-brewing system: before the General safety coffee is brewed, it is first moistened to • The coffee machine must be connected extract its full aroma only to a mains power supply of which • The individually controllable amount of the voltage, type of supply and fre- water per cup, from a short espresso to quency conform with the details a „long“ milky coffee shown on the type plate (this can be • The individually controllable tempera- found on the upper part, behind the ture, at which the coffee is made service cover)! • The choice between a normal or a • Never allow the mains lead to come strong cup of coffee into contact with hot parts of the appliance. • The grinding texture – adjustable to the roast of the coffee beans, and • Never use the mains lead to pull the plug out of the mains socket! • Last, but not least, the guaranteed crema, that small crown of froth that • Do not use the coffee machine, if: makes espresso-coffee so unmatcha- – the mains lead is damaged, or ble for connoisseurs – the case shows visible signs of Did you know? The time the water is damage. in contact with the ground coffee is • Ensure that the coffee machine is considerably less for espresso coffee switched off before plugging into the than conventional filter coffee. As a mains socket. result, less bitterness is released from • This appliance is not intended for use the ground coffee– making espresso- by persons (including children) with coffee that much milder! reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge unless they have been given initial supervision or instruction con- cerning use of the appliance by a per- son responsible for their safety. Child safety • Do not leave the coffee machine run- ning unattended, and take special care when children are about! Safety in operation • Caution! The coffee dispenser, swivel nozzle and cup rack become hot in operation. Keep childeren at a safe distance! • Caution! Danger of scalding when the steam nozzle is activated! Hot water or steam output can cause scalding.
  11. 11. GB Activate the steam nozzle only when Never open or repair the coffee you are holding a container under the machine. Faulty repairs can result in nozzle. considerable hazard to the user.• Do not use steam to heat inflammable Repairs to electrical appliances must be liquids! carried out only by qualified service• Only use the coffee machine with engineers. water in the system! Fill the water tank If a repair becomes necessary – includ- with cold water. Do not use hot water, ing replacement of the mains lead, milk or other liquids. Do not exceed the please contact maximum fill level of 1.5 litres. • the dealer where you bought the• Do not put frozen or caramelised cof- coffee machine, or fee beans in the bean container. Use • to Fagor’s Customer Care Service. only roast coffee beans! Remove any If the machine is misused or incor- foreign bodies from the coffee beans. rectly operated the manufacturer Failure to do this invalidates the guar- accepts no liability for damages and antee. the guarantee is invalidated – like-• Spoon only ground coffee into the wise if the cleaning and descaling ground coffee filler. program is not carried out immedi-• Do not leave the coffee machine ately after the display indication switched on unnecessarily. «CARRY OUT CLEANING• Do not expose the coffee machine to PROCESS» respectively «CARRY the weather. OUT DESCALING» and accord-• When using an extension lead, use only ing to the details in these operating a commercially available cable with a instructions. conductor cross-section of at least 1.5 mm2.• To avoid injury, persons with motor system disorders should never use the machine without an accompanying person.• Operate the machine only when the drip tray, container and the drip grille are installed! Safety in cleaning and care• Follow the cleaning and descaling instructions.• Switch off the coffee machine and unplug from the mains socket before carrying out any maintenance or cleaning!• Do not immerse the coffee machine in water.• Only clean the steam nozzle when the machine is switched off, cold and not under pressure!• Do not clean coffee machine parts in the dishwasher.• Never put water in the grinder. This would damage the grinder.
  12. 12. GB4 Overview of the menu 5 Before using for the first points time Below is an overview of the menu 5.1 Setting Up and Connecting the points in which you can change and Coffee Machine save the machine parameters which are preset at the factory and also start Place machine on a suitable horizontal, programs and call up information. You stable, unheated and water-resistant will find detailed information on this in surface. Ensure there is good air circu- the further chapters of these operating lation. instructions. Important! If the coffee machine is • Menu «LANGUAGE» brought into a warm room from a cold Display language; Several languages environment, wait about two hours are available for selection. before switching on! Factory setting: «ENGLISH ». We advise you to place the coffee machine on a suitable mat to prevent • Menu «TEMPERATURE» damage being caused by spray and Programmable coffee temperature splashes. between 1 (moderately warm) to 5 (extra hot). Hold the bean container with the Factory setting: 3 (normal). marking at the „Unlock container“ position and set it in place (Fig. 4). • Menu «SHUT OFF TIME» The bottom opening of the bean con- Programmable switch-off time tainer must be closed (Fig. 4,a), if it is between 1 to 5 hours. not closed (Fig. 4,b), insert the tip of a Factory setting: 1h (1 hours). ballpoint pen in the small oval hole • Menu «WATERHARDNESS» (arrow) of the black ring with the Programmable hardness level between marking „TOP“ and turn opening clock- 1 (soft) and 4 (very hard). wise as far as the stop. Factory setting: 4. Now turn the bean container anti- • Menu «CLEAN» clockwise to the position „Coffee Start the cleaning program. beans“ (Fig. 10) or further on to • Menu «DESCALE» the position „Powder“ (Fig. 14). Start the descaling program. Push the drip tray in, until it engages • Menu «RESET» on the right under the water tank Reset the changed parameter settings (Fig. 5). to the factory settings. Plug the coffee machine into an • Menu «INFO» earthed mains socket. Do not use a Retrieve the number of cups of coffee socket that is not earthed! dispensed and the cup measure for If you do not need the full length of each cup size. the mains lead, open the cable com- partment on the back of the coffee machine, and stow away the unused lead (Fig. 6). 5.2 Filling with Water Each time before switching on the cof- fee machine, check that there is water in the water tank and refill if necessary. The coffee machine requires water for the automatic rinsing processes each time the machine is switched on or off.
  13. 13. GB Remove the water tank from the cof- To start the switching on process, press fee machine (Fig. 7). the „Menu“ key (Fig. 3, f) or wait Fill the water tank with fresh cold ca. 30 sec. For the machine to auto- water (Fig. 8). matically start with the switching on process. Pour only fresh cold water in the water tank. Never put in other liquids, e.g. The display briefly indicates «Xperta». mineral water or milk. The machine now heats up (display Replace the water tank (Fig. 7). Press indication «UNIT HEATS») and sub- the tank firmly in, to ensure that the sequently performs a rinsing cycle (dis- water tank valve opens. play indication «UNIT RINSES»). On completion of the rinsing cycle, the If for instance, water has to be refilled machine is ready for use. The display during coffee dispensing, the „Fill indication now appears according to water tank“ indicator (Fig. 3, k) the basic setting. flashes, the display indicates «REFILL WATER». Coffee preparation is inter- 5.4 Switching on the machine rupted. Fill the water tank! Each time before switching on, make sure there is water in the water tank To always be sure of a rich coffee, with and replenish if necessary. The machine a full aroma, you should: requires water for the automatic rins- • change the water in the water tank ing cycles with each switching on and daily, switching off process. • wash the water tank at least once per Switch the machine on with the „On/ week in normal washing-up water (not Off“ key (Fig. 3, h) (Fig. 9). The red in the dishwasher). Then rinse with indicator light comes on, the display fresh water. indicates briefly «Xperta».5.3 Switching on for the first time Immediately after being switched on When you place the machine in use for the machine runs through a set-up the first time, the automatic switching cycle. The noises occurring are per- on process only continues if you have fectly normal. selected the desired language. During the heating-up phase (ca. Switch on the mach with the „On/ ine 60 seconds) the „Coffee machine heat- Off“ key (Fig. 3, h) (Fig. 9). The red ing“ indicator (Fig. 3, i) flashes (dis- indicator light comes on play indication «UNIT HEATS»). The machine is set at the factory to the After the operating temperature has display language «ENGLISH ». been reached, the coffee machine car- ries out an automatic rinsing cycle. To select a different language, proceed (display indication «UNIT RINSES»). with „Setting language“ page 45. The water flows into the drip tray. The If you wish to select «ENGLISH », „Unit heats“ indicator (Fig. 3, i) lights press the „OK“ key (Fig. 3, g). English is continuously. now programmed. The coffee machine is now ready to use. The indication shown in the dis- After programming the display returns play depends on the last selected cof- automatically in the main menu to the fee mode. menu point «LANGUAGE». 13
  14. 14. GB5.5 Switching the coffee machine Three pink bands: off Hardness 3, hard Switch the machine off with the „On/ up to 3.7 mmol/l, or Off“ key (Fig. 3, h) . up to 21° German hardness, or up to 37.8° French hardness The machine carries out a rinsing cycle (display indication «UNIT RINSES») Four pink bands: and then requests you to empty the Hardness 4, very hard container (display indication ca. 1 min. over 3.7 mmol/l or alternately «UNIT SWITCHES over 21° German hardness, or OFF» and «WASTE CONTAINER»). over 37.8° French hardness The machine is switched off automati- cally after 60 seconds. Setting and saving the water Emergency cut-out hardness level You can place the machine out of You can set 4 hardness levels. The cof- action immediately at any time. fee machine is factory-set to hardness Press the „On/Off“ key (Fig. 3, h) briefly level 4. twice in succession . All functions With the machine switched on, press are immediately switched off and the the „Menu“ key (Fig. 3, f) . The machine is placed out of action. menu point «LANGUAGE» appears. Press the paging keys or (Fig. 3, c5.6 Setting the water hardness or d) until the menu point After first placing the machine in use «WATERHARDNESS» appears. or when using a different water quality Confirm the menu point with the „OK“ you should set the machine to the key (Fig. 3, g). The display indicates the water hardness level corresponding to current setting e.g. «HARDNESS the local water hardness. You can use LEVEL 3». the included test card to determine the water hardness, or contact your local Then press the paging keys or (Fig. water supply company. 3, c oder d) until the determined hard- ness level is displayed. Determining water hardness Confirm the selection with the „OK“ Dip the test strip in cold water for key (Fig. 3, g). around 1second. Shake off the excess water, and gauge the hardness by After the programming the display means of the pink bands. returns automatically into the main pink bands or one pink band: menu to the meun point Hardness 1, soft «WATERHARDNESS». up to 1.24 mmol/l, or To return to the coffee mode, then up to 7° German hardness, or press the „Menu“ key (Fig. 3, f) or up to 12.6° French hardness wait ca. 30 sec. For the machine to Two pink bands: automatically return to the coffee Hardness 2, medium hard mode. up to 2.5 mmol/l, or You can execute other menu settings, up to 14° German hardness, or see „Menu settings“. up to 25.2° French hardness
  15. 15. GB6 Making Coffee with Beans 6.2 Select Cup Size The following process for making cof- Depending on your taste, select a fee with beans runs completely auto- „short“ espresso or a „long“ milky cof- matically: Grinding, portioning, fee. pressing, pre-brewing, brewing, ejec- For this press the „Cup Size“ key (Fig. 3, tion of the coffee grounds. d) until the desired cup sym- The facility to select the grinding tex- bol is selected or the desired cup size is ture and the coffee quantity allows indicated on the display. you to individually set up the coffee The cup sizes are indicated as follows: machine to your own personal taste. «CUP SMALL» Espresso cup Ensure that you use only pure coffee «CUP MEDIUM» Coffee cup beans with no caramelised or aroma- tised additives. Do not use frozen «CUP LARGE» Coffee mug beans. The bottom line in the display shows6.1 Filling the Coffee Bean the coffee quantity. The procedure for Container changing this is described in the fol- Turn the bean container to the „Coffee lowing section. Beans“ position (Fig. 10). The mech- anism sets to the required function The machine is set to standard quanti- ties at the factory. Instructions for Set the grinding texture (Fig.11). changing the set coffee quantities are Using the grinding texture adjustment to be found under „Programming the (Fig. 2, V) you can set the grinding tex- cup measure and the coffee quantity". ture of the grinder. 6.3 Selecting the coffee quantity Note! Before putting beans into the coffee machine for the first time, you Press the „Coffee Quantity“ key (Fig. 3, can set the grinding texture once with c) until the desired coffee the grinder stationary. Once the quantity symbol lights or the desired grinder has been filled with beans, the coffee quantity is selected on the dis- setting can be changed only while play. grinding is proceeding. Otherwise the The coffee quantities are indicated as coffee machine could be damaged. follows: The grinder is factory-set to a medium «EXTRA MILD» extra mild grinding texture. Notes on changing the grinder setting can be found in „Setting the Grinding Texture". «MILD» mild Raise the lid of the coffee bean con- tainer, and fill the container with fresh «NORMAL» normal coffee beans (Fig. 12). Then reclose the lid. «STRONG» strong Note! Make sure that no foreign bod- ies, such as stones, enter the coffee «EXTRA- extra strong bean container. Damage caused by STRONG» foreign bodies in the grinder is excluded from the guarantee.
  16. 16. GB The top line in the display indicates the If you have not dispensed coffee for a cup size. The instructions for selectig a long period of time with the machine different cup size are contained in the switched on, you should rinse the sys- previous section. tem before dispensing again. Start the rinsing with the „Rinse“ key (Fig. 3, e), To save having to select the coffee the display shows «UNIT RINSES». quantity every time you switch on the With this additional rinsing phase the coffee machine, you can permanently brewing unit is brought back to the save the coffee quantity in relation to initial coffee dispensing temperature. the cup size. Instructions are to be found under „Programming the cup New brewing unit allows only to fill in measure and the coffee quantity". 1 measuring spoon or ground coffee.6.4 Setting the number of cups and 7 Making Ready-ground dispensing coffee Coffee Place one or two cups under the coffee This function allows you to brew pre- dispenser. The dispenser can be slid up ground coffee, e.g. decaffeinated cof- or down to match the height of your fee. cup/mug to reduce heat loss and cof- Note that you must use only the sup- fee splashes (Fig. 13). plied measuring spoon, and never put If the height adjuster is stiff, proceed more than 1 level measuring spoon of as described under „Cleaning the ground coffee into the ground coffee height adjustment“. filler. Press the key „1 or 2 cups of coffee“ Note! Make sure that no ground coffee (Fig. 3, b) once or twice in order has remained in the filler, and that no to select 1 or 2 cups. The display shows foreign bodies enter the filler. The «1 CUP» or «2 CUPS». If you have ground coffee filler is not a storage selected «2 CUPS», the key lights up. container. The ground coffee must be Press the „OK“ key (Fig. 3, g). fed directly into the coffee-making unit. The coffee is now made. If the brewing unit is overfilled, the Please note that the appliance brews machine indicates a fault; the display in the two cup operation two cups of then shows «CLEAN BREWING coffe one after another. UNIT» and «SWITCHES OFF Remove the cups not till both UNIT» alternately. For instructions on brewing processes are complete. cleaning the brewing unit, see „Clean- While the 2 CUP procedure is ing the Coffee-making Unit“. running, the OK key indicator is Do not put any water-soluble or flashing. freeze-dried instant powders or any In the coffee-making process, the other drink powder into the ground ground coffee is first of all wetted with coffee filler. Coffee powder, which is a small quantity of water for pre- too fine, can lead to blockages. brewing. Following a short pause, the actual brewing process commences. You can prematurely stop the coffee being dispensed at any time by briefly pressing the previously actuated „OK“ key (Fig. 3, g) once again. This is indi- cated in the display with «BREAK».
  17. 17. GB7.1 Filling the ground coffee filler 8 Frothing Milk Turn the coffee bean container to the The steam can be used to froth milk „Ground Coffee“ position (Fig. 14). and to heat liquids. Since a higher The mechanism sets to the required temperature is needed to produce function. steam than to make coffee, the coffee When using ready ground coffee, the machine has an additional steam „Coffee Quantity“ function is inactive. mode. So no coffee quantity signal lamps To make a cappuccino, fill a large cup light. 1/2 to 2/3 full with espresso, and then Open the lid of the ground coffee filler, add the frothed milk. and spoon in the 1 measuring spoon of the fresh ground coffee (Fig. 15). Caution! Danger of scalding when the steam nozzle is activated! Hot water or Do not add coffee during the brewing steam output can cause scalding. Do process. Only put in ground coffee for not activate the steam nozzle until it is the next cup when the brewing process immersed in the milk. has completely finished and the coffee machine is ready. To produce steam, press the „Steam Pre-selector“ key (Fig. 3, a) . The Close the lid. indicator illuminates; the „Unit heats“7.2 Selecting cup size indicator (Fig. 3, i) can also flash and See „Select Cup Size". the display shows «UNIT HEATS». When the heating process is finished, the „Unit heats“ indicator (Fig. 3, i) lights continuously the display shows «STEAM READY – OPEN STEAM NOZZLE». The machine is ready for the milk frothing. If the steam function is not used for longer than 1minute, the machine switches back automatically to the coffee mode. Pour low-fat, cold milk into a mug which must be small enough to fit under the steam nozzle. The milk should be cold. You should also use a cold mug, preferably a stain- less steel one which should not be rinsed beforehand in hot water. Swing out the steam nozzle and hold the mug under the steam nozzle so that the nozzle opening is just immersed in the milk.
  18. 18. GB Attention! Impurities from dried milk last selected coffee setting is shown in residues in the steam nozzle. Take care the display. not to immerse the steam nozzle in the Remove the frothing aid after each use milk far enough to cover the air intake (Fig.17). For this, take hold of the opening at the top of the steam nozzle. frothing aid by the black seal and dis- Otherwise milk can be sucked into the engage the bayonet connector by nozzle and cause impurities in the turning it slightly anticlockwise. steam nozzle. off the milk residues under running Turn the Selection dial for steam and water. Wipe the steam nozzle with a hot water (Fig. 1, D) to the position damp cloth. (Fig. 16). The display shows the steam process (indication «STEAM»). Caution! Danger of burns from the The milk is frothed. frothing aid! Hold the frothing aid only by the black seal. Hold the mug steady during the froth- ing. The nozzle should not be allowed to touch the bottom of the mug and 9 Preparing Hot Water cut off the steam supply. Froth the milk The hot water can be used to pre-heat to at least twice its volume. cups and for making hot drinks, e.g. tea To end the frothing, turn the Selection or instant soups. dial for steam and hot water (Fig. 1, D) Caution! Danger of scalding when the to the position and then remove the hot water nozzle is activated! Hot vessel (Fig. 16). The display returns to water or steam output can cause the steam readiness indication (indica- scalding. Activate the hot water nozzle tion «STEAM READY – OPEN only when a container is under the hot STEAM NOZZLE»). water nozzle. Caution! Danger of scalding from hot Place a container under the hot water milk spray! Switch the steam off, nozzle. Set the Selection dial for steam before removing the mug with the and hot water (Fig. 1, D) to the frothed milk. position (Fig. 18). Hot water is ready; Exit the steam mode by pressing the the display shows «HOTWATER». „Steam Pre-selector“ key (Fig. 3, a) After you have dispensed the hot water or wait ca. 60 sec., for the machine to turn the Selection dial for steam and automatically return to the coffee hot water (Fig. 1, D) back to the mode; the indication is extinguished. position (Fig. 18) and remove the Now the machine is once again ready container. for making coffee; the last selected coffee setting is shown in the display. Each time you have frothed milk, let off some hot water through the nozzle for a short time by setting the Selec- tion dial for steam and hot water (Fig. 1, D) to the position. This is nec- essary to prevent milk residues drying inside the nozzle, and thereby blocking it. Use a suitable container to catch the water. During this process the display shows «HOTWATER». Then return the Selector dial to the position ; the
  19. 19. GB10 Programming the cup Next press the „OK“ key (Fig. 3, g) and keep it pressed until the desired cup measure and the coffee measure is reached. quantity During the filling the display indicates The coffee machine is factory-set to «CUP LEVEL» ; the bar indicator in standard measures. These measures can the bottom line moves up. The max. be individually changed to your own bar indication corresponds to the max. taste and saved for each cup size. possible cup measure of ca. 240 ml.10.1 Changing and saving the cup When you save the cup measure in measure and the coffee quantity coffee bean mode, firstly the grinder Here it is possible to change and save starts and grinds the coffee. Keep the the cup measure for each of the three „OK“ key pressed (Fig. 3, g) until the cup sizes and for coffee bean mode desired cup measure is reached. also the coffee quantity. To program Release the key once your desired cup the setting correctly, note the order: measure is reached. This cup measure is – First select the cup size for which now saved. The display briefly indicates you wish to make the settings. «PROGRAMMED». – Next select the coffee quantity (only Repeat the action if you would also for coffee bean mode) (i.e. how like to adjust the measures for the strong you want the coffee to be). other cup sizes. – Then determine how full the cup is The machine switches off automati- to be filled. cally on reaching the max. cup meas- First press the „Cup Size“ key (Fig. 3, d) ure. The saved values are retained also until the cup symbol is illuim- when the machine is switched off. If inated for which you want set the cup you would like to change your cup size measure. The display shows e.g. or flavour, you can individually adjust «1 CUP LARGE». the cup measure at any time or return Only with coffee bean mode: Next them to the factory setting with a press the „Coffee Quantity“ key (Fig. 3, reset. You will find which settings are c) until the desired coffee reset under „Resetting the machine to quantity symbol illluminates. The dis- the factory setting (Reset)“. play shows e.g. «STRONG». The saving of the cup measure is only The top line in the display indicates the possible for 1 cup. For dispensing of 2 selected cup size. The bottom line in cups the saved values are doubled. the display indicates the selected cof- fee quantity. Place a corresponding cup under the coffee dispenser (e.g. coffee mug).
  20. 20. GB10.2 Changing and saving the coffee The lever positions have the following quantity effects: This is only possible with coffee bean Fine grade for intensive taste mode, not for use with ground coffee. Should your taste change or you find the coffee to strong or too mild, you Medium grade for normal can change just the coffee quantity taste without changing the cup measure. First press the „Cup Size“ key (Fig. 3, d) Coarse grade for mild coffee until the cup symbol illumi- nates, for which you would like to adjust the coffee quantity. The display shows e.g. «1 CUP LARGE». Remove foreign bodies from the grinder The top line in the display shows the selected cup size. The bottom line in Foreign bodies, such as small stones in the display always shows the coffee the grinder can damage the grinder. quantity you have saved previously for The coffee machine includes a stone this cup measure, e.g. «STRONG» detector. A foreign body in the coffee causes a loud, even rattle. If you hear Next press the „Coffee quantity“ key this noise while coffee is being ground, (Fig. 3, c) until the desired cof- immediately switch the coffee off fee quantity symbol is illuminated. The machine and remove the foreign body, display shows e.g. «MILD». The value is as described in „Cleaning the Grinder“. now saved. Repeat the process if you also want to adjust the coffee quantities for the 12 Menu settings other cup sizes. 12.1 Setting language Be sure the follow the order; first select You can select between several lan- the cup size, then the coffee quantity. guages. The factory setting is The saved quantities remain stored «ENGLISH ». You can change when the coffee machine is switched this setting as follows: off. Press the „Menu“ key (Fig. 3, f) . The manu point «LANGUAGE» appears.11 Setting the Grinding Confirm the menu point with the „OK“ Texture key (Fig. 3, g). The set language appears in the display (on placing in operation Note! The grinder settings must be for the first time, the factory setting changed only while coffee is being «ENGLISH »). ground. Making adjustments to the Press the paging keys or (Fig. 3, c stationary grinder can damage the cof- or d) until the desired language fee machine. appears. Dispense a coffee with beans. During When the desired language is dis- the grinding, set the grinding texture played, confirm it with the „OK“ key with the grinding texture setting lever (Fig. 3, g). This languaage is now pro- (Fig. 2, V) and (Fig. 19). grammed.20
  21. 21. GB After the programming, the display 12.3 Setting the Switch-off returns in the main menu to the menu point «LANGUAGE». Time To return to the coffee mode, press the If the coffee machine is not used for a „Menu“ key (Fig. 3, f) or wait ca. set amount of time, it automatically 30sec. for the machine to return auto- switches off for safety and economy matically to the coffee mode. reasons. You can choose between five switch-12.2 Setting the Coffee Temperature off times (automatic switch-off after There are five temperature levels to 1 to 5 hours): choose from. The coffee temperature «SHUT OFF TIME 1h» = 1 hour levels are defined as follows: «SHUT OFF TIME 2h» = 2 hours • «TEMPERATURE 1» = „luke warm“ «SHUT OFF TIME 3h» = 3 hours • «TEMPERATURE 2» = „warm“ «SHUT OFF TIME 4h» = 4 hours • «TEMPERATURE 3» = „normal“ «SHUT OFF TIME 5h» = 5 hours • «TEMPERATURE 4» = „hot“ The factory setting is «SHUT OFF • «TEMPERATURE 5» = „extra hot“ TIME 1h». You can change this set- The factory setting is ting as follows: «TEMPERATURE 3». You can Press the „Menu“ key (Fig. 3, f) . change this setting as follows: The menu point «LANGUAGE» Press the „Menu“ key (Fig. 3, f) . appears. The menu point «LANGUAGE» Press the paging keys or (Fig. 3, c appears. or d) until the manu point «SHUT Press the paging keys or (Fig. 3, c OFF TIME» appears. or d) until the menu point Confirm the menu point with the „OK“ «TEMPERATURE» appears. key (Fig. 3, g). The display indicates the Confirm the menu point with the „OK“ current setting, e.g. «SHUT OFF key (Fig. 3, g). The display shows the TIME 3h». current setting, e.g. «TEMPERATURE Where necessary, select a different 3». switch-off time with the paging keys Where necessary select a different or (Fig. 3, c or d). temperature, using the paging keys When the required switch-off time is or (Fig. 3, c or d). indicated, confirm this with the „OK“ When the required temperature is indi- key (Fig. 3, g). This switch-off time is cated, confirm this with the „OK“ key now programmed. (Fig. 3, g). This temperature is now pro- grammed. After the programming, the display returns automatically in the main After programming, the display returns menu to menu point «SHUT OFF automatically in the main menu to the TIME». menu point «TEMPERATURE». To return to the coffee mode, press the To return to the coffee mode, press the „Menu“ key (Fig. 3, f) or wait ca. „Menu“ key (Fig. 3, f) or wait ca. 30 sec. for the machine to return auto- 30 sec. for the machine to return auto- matically to the coffee mode. matically to the coffee mode.
  22. 22. GB12.4 Interrogate the number of Press the „Menu“ key (Fig. 3, f) . dispensed coffees and the cup The menu point «LANGUAGE» measures appears. The coffee machine has the facility to Press the paging keys or (Fig. 3, c display the total number of cups of or d) until the menu point «RESET» coffee made. appears. You can also display the cup measures Confirm the menu point with the „OK“ programmed for the three cup sizes. key (Fig. 3, g). The display shows «RESET». Where 2 cups of coffee are dispensed Confirm the menu poin with the „OK“ t simultaneously, there are also counted key (Fig. 3, g). The display shows as 2 cups of coffee. «RESET PROGRAMMED». The Press the „Menu“ key (Fig. 3, f) . machine is now reset to the factory The menu point «LANGUAGE» settings. appears. After programming, the machine Press the paging keys or (Fig. 3, c returns automatically to the menu or d) until the menu point «INFO» point «RESET». appears. To return to the coffee mode, press the Confirm the menu point with the „OK“ „Menu“ key (Fig. 3, f) or wait ca. key (Fig. 3, g). The display shows the 30 sec. for the machine to automati- number of cups dispensed up to this cally return to the coffee mode. time, e.g. «QUANTITY 135» for 135 dispensed coffees. 12.6 Reset display language Repeatedly press the paging keys or With this function you can reset the (Fig. 3, c or d) to indicate the cur- machine to its status on first placing in rently saved cup measures for each of operation. the three cup sizes. The display shows The following settings are not affected: the selected cup size, e.g. «MEDIUM» • Water hardness and in the second line, the correspond- • Cup measures/Coffee quantities ing saved cup measure as a bar indica- • Coffee quantities tion. • Coffee temperatures The max. bar indication corresponds to • Switch-off time the max. possible cup measure of ca. Press the „Menu“ key (Fig. 3, f) 240 ml. and keep it pressed. Then press the To return to the coffee mode, press the „On/Off“ key (Fig. 3, h) . The display „Menu“ key (Fig. 3, f) or wait ca. shows the menu point «LANGUAGE 30 sec. for the machine to automati- RESET». cally return to the coffee mode. Confirm the menu point with the „OK“12.5 Resetting the machine to the key (Fig. 3, g). The machine switches off. factory setting (Reset) You have now carried out a „Language This function is used to reset changes Reset“ and the next time the machine you have made to the factory settings. is placed in operation you must rese- The following settings or saved values lect the language; see „Switching on are affected: for the first time“. • Water hardness If you do not wish to carry out a „Lan- • Cup measures/coffee quantities guage Reset“, press the „On/Off“ key • Coffee temperature (Fig. 3, h) at menu point • Switch-off time «LANGUAGE RESET» .
  23. 23. GB13 Cleaning and Care 13.2 Cleaning the height adjustment To ensure consistent coffee quality and If the height adjustment of the coffee faultless operation, always keep your dispenser becomes stiff, remove the coffee machine clean. container, open the service cover and remove it. Slide the height adjuster13.1 Regular Cleaning right down, and off the bottom. To do this, gently raise the inside catch. Use Caution! Before cleaning, switch off warm water to clean any coffee resi- the coffee machine and allow it to cool dues from both parts. Reassemble the down. Do not use any abrasive, scour- two parts. To do this, gently pull up the ing or corrosive cleaning materials. catch. Check the ease of movement of Wipe the inside and outside of the case the height adjuster. Refit the service only with a damp cloth. cover and push the container back Note! Never put the coffee machine or in place. separate parts of the coffee machine in 13.3 Emptying the Container the dishwasher. At regular intervals, after every 16 cof- Note! Never put water in the coffee fee brews, the „Waste container“ indi- bean container, as this would damage cator (Fig. 3, j) signals that the the grinder. container has to be emptied and Remove the water tank daily (Fig. 7) cleaned. The display shows «WASTE and empty any remaining water. Rinse CONTAINER». out the water tank with fresh water. When the coffee machine is in daily Use fresh water every day. use, empty the container daily. As a Empty the container daily, see „Empty- reminder the display shows «WASTE ing the Container“. CONTAINER» every time you switch Regularly drain the drip tray. This can the machine off. be done at any time, but must be done Always empty the container with the when the red Drip tray float (Fig. 1, I) coffee machine switched on, otherwise appears through the opening in the the coffee machine does not register drip grille. that the container has been emptied. Regularly (at least once per week) clean the Water tank (Fig. 1, N), Drip 13.4 Cleaning the Grinder tray (Fig. 1, J), Drip grille (Fig. 1, H) and Use the supplied brush to remove Container (Fig. 1, G) with warm water, ground coffee residues. a mild washing up liquid and possibly Note! Never put water in the grinder. a brush. This would damage the grinder. From time to time, remove the coffee Press the „On/Off“ key (Fig. 3, h) to bean container and clear away any res- switch off the coffee machine. Unplug idues. from the mains socket. Each time the machine is used for Turn the bean container so that the frothing, remove the frothing aid and mark is at the „UnlockContainer“ posi- clean off any milk remains. The air tion and remove the container intake opening under the seal must not (Fig. 20). become blocked. This can be cleaned out with a thin needle. Remove any remaining coffee beans (you could use the vacuum cleaner with the hose or crevice tool attach- ment for this).
  24. 24. GB If a foreign body is impossible to 13.5 Cleaning the Coffee-making Unit remove, take off the grinding ring. We recommend cleaning the brewing To do this, proceed as follows (Fig. 21): unit monthly. More frequent cleaning1. Push the Release catch for removing is recommended if the machine is grinding ring (Fig. 2, U) forward toward used more intensively. If your the centre of the grinder. appliance is left unused for longer2. Keep it in this position and turn the periods (e.g. holidays), it is necessary Lever for setting grinding texture (Fig. to empty the coffee grounds contai- 2, V) approximately one full turn ner and the water reservoir. clockwise until it comes up against the Before reconnecting clean the stop. brewing unit thoroughly. You can continue to turn the Lever for setting grinding texture (Fig. 2, V) only Removing the brewing unit: if the Release catch for removing Switch off the appliance with button h grinding ring (Fig. 2, U) is pressed. “ON/OFF”. The appliance carries out a Now release the grinding ring (Fig. 22) rinsing process and asks you subse- and remove the foreign body or bodies. quently to empty the coffee grounds container. Caution! Risk of injury from the spin- 1. Pull the coffee grounds container out ning grinder. Never switch the coffee of the appliance, empty and clean it. machine on, when you are working on Fig. 23 the grinder. This can lead to severe 2. Press the unlocking button on the injuries. Before starting work, ensure service door. Fig. 24 that the machine is unplugged from 3. The service door opens to the front. the mains socket. Fig. 25 When refitting the grinding ring, 4. The brewing unit is located behind ensure that both catches on the grind- the service door. Fig. 26 ing ring holder engage in the corre- Caution! Risk of burning through sponding slots (Fig. 22). hot brewing unit! If you have just Failure to do this can lead to damage dispensed coffee, then the dispen- to the grinder. ser could still be hot! 5/6 Remove the brewing unit by Turn the Lever for setting grinding tex- inserting your index finger through ture (Fig. 2, V) approximately one full the ring of the coffee dispenser at the turn anticlockwise until it comes up front of the brewing unit and pull the against the stop. brewing unit straight forwards. Set the bean container in place at the Prevent the brewing unit with the „UnlockContainer“ position and other hand from falling. Fig. 27, 28. turn it back to the „Coffee Beans“ posi- tion . 1. Cleaning the brewing unit / Add a small quantity of coffee beans, inserting the brewing unit and test the proper operation of the The brewing unit is open and the grinder by making a cup of coffee. The ejection lever folds down. Turn the first time the grinder is used, or after brewing unit around. Both stainless cleaning, less ground coffee will enter steel sieves are easily accessible now. the coffee-making unit, because the Fig. 29. channel first has to be filled. This can influence the first cup of coffee.
  25. 25. GB2 Clean the brewing unit under Before starting the cleaning program, warm running water, particularly clean the brewing unit (see „Cleaning the stainless steel sieves must be the Coffee-making Unit“ page 49). well rinsed and cleaned of coffee Press the „Menu“ key (Fig. 3, f) . remains. Dip the brewing unit in The menu point «LANGUAGE» hot water to release the dried appears. coffee remains. Dry the brewing Press the paging keys or (Fig. 3, c unit. Fig. 30 or d) until the menu point «CLEAN»3 Inserting the brewing unit: Turn appears. the brewing unit to the correct Confirm the menu point with the „OK“ position (the outlet tube faces key (Fig. 3, g). The display shows forwards and downwards), set the «START CLEANING». brewing unit in the guide grooves and push the brewing unit fully Confirm with the „OK“ key (Fig. 3, g). into the appliance. Fig. 31 The display shows «PREPARE CLE-4 Close the service door until it locks ANING». audibly into position. Fig. 32 To prepare for cleaning, follow the5 Reinsert the coffee grounds instructions in the display. container. Fig. 33 • «REFILL WATER – PRESS OK» The appliance can only be Remove the water tank, fill it with switched on if the brewing unit is water and replace. Then press the „OK“ set in and the service door is key (Fig. 3, g). The unit rinses closed. After switching on the 2 x automaticity. brewing unit re-adjusts itself, the • «BEAN CONTAINER normal heating process starts IN POWDER MODE» again. When dispensing coffee for This message only appears when the the first time after cleaning, an bean container is in bean mode. increased amount of water will access the coffee grounds Turn the bean container to the position container. „Ground coffee“ (Fig. 35). • «TABLETS IN POWDER HOLDER13.6 Running the Cleaning Program – PRESS OK» The cleaning program permits the Place a cleaning tablet in the powder intensive cleaning of otherwise inac- holder (Fig. 36). Then press the „OK“ cessible locations. Start the cleaning key (Fig. 3, g). program at the latest when you are • «WAIT» instructed by the display indication «CARRY OUT CLEANING PRO- CESS». • «WASTE CONTAINER UNDER OUTLET – PRESS OK» The cleaning process takes ca. 8 minutes and should not be inter- Place the emptied container under the rupted. outlet as shown in Fig. 37. Use only cleaning products recom- The container serves as a collecting mended by Fagor. To obtain them, vessel for the cleaning fluid. consult your distributor or our Press the „OK“ key (Fig. 3, g). The clean- Customer Care Helpline. ing program starts. 25
  26. 26. GB During the cleaning process the display 13.7 Running the descaling programme shows the following indications alter- The descaling programme allows a nately: simple and effective descaling of the • «CLEANING 1 <1-6>»: appliance. You should descale the The program carries out 5 cleaning appliance at regular intervals, latest, cycles. The pauses enable the cleaning however when you are informed by the solution to take effect. The cleaning display indication “CARRY OUT DESCA- cycles are counted off in the display. LING“. The descaling process is carried • «IN PROCESS» out in 2 phases, takes several minutes and The bar indication in the bottom line should not be interrupted. increases with the advance of the The frequency of descaling depends on pause duration. how hard the water is in your region. In the event of a power failure or Please do not forget to find out the water interruption, the program must be hardness and adjust the corresponding restarted! hardness degree on the appliance. Please The cleaning process takes ca. read chapter “Determining and adjusting 8 minutes. Then the following is shown the water hardness”. in the display: Use only limescale removal products • «PUSH IN WASTE CONTAINER» recommendes by FAGOR. You may obtain Replace the container. them from our authorised distributor • «WAIT» network or through our customer care The brewing unit is positioned. helpline. • «WASTE CONTAINER UNDER OUTLET» Place the waste container under the Method phase 1: descaling outlet again. 1. Press button f “Menu “. Subsequently • «PRESS OK. CLEANING 6 <1-6>» press button c “Scroll “ or button d “Scroll Rinsing phase. “ until the menu point “DESCALE“ ppears. 2. Confirm the menu point with button g • «EMPTY WASTE CONTAINER - “OK “. If you press button g “OK “ once PRESS OK» more you will receive instructions via the Empty and replace the container. Then display how you have to prepare the press the „OK“ key (Fig. 3, g). descaling. Follow the instructions on «WAIT» the display: • «REFILL WATER – PRESS OK» • REFILL <250ml> WATER changes with 125ml Remove the water tank, refill water DESCALER IN WATERTANK – PRESS OK. and replace. Then press the „OK“ key 3. Pull out the water tank. Put 125ml (Fig. 3, g). descaler agent into the water tank. Then • «CLEANING COMPLETED» add 250ml water into the water tank by When this message appears, the clean- filling the empty descaler bottle twice ing program is ended. with fresh water (see Illustration ). Replace Turn the bean container to the desired the water reservoir – press button g "ok “, position. The machine is now ready for the descaling program starts. Fig. 34 use and in the status of the last selected coffee mode. After running the cleaning program, you are advised to throw away the first cup of coffee from the machine.
  27. 27. GB • WAIT thoroughly, fill with 1 litre of fresh water The brewing unit is positioned. and insert – press button g “OK “. Fig 41, 42 • DESCALING changes with IN PROCESSS Descaling process of the brewing unit Method phase 2: rinse starts. Caution! Risk of scalding when the The program carries out several cycles. steam valve is in use! During the descaling process the display Hot water can cause scalding. Only use indications “DESCALING” to “IN the steam valve when holding a containerd PROCESS” are shown repeatedly and underneath or turn the steam valve into alternately. The pause times, which are the position in which liquid can flow into displayed by the indication ”IN PROCESS“ the drip tray. to “IN PROCESS IIIIIIIIIIII” , are for the • OPEN STEAM VALVE cleaning agent to take effect. Open the steam valve, the rinsing process above the steam valve starts. • WAIT • UNIT RINSES The brewing unit is positioned. The program carries out a fresh water flushing through the steam valve. Caution! Risk of scalding when the The pump switches off automaticly aftern steam valve is in use! the rinsing process is finished. Hot water can cause scalding. Only use • CLOSE STEAM VALVE the steam valve when holding a container Close the steam valve. underneath or turn the steam valve into • WAIT the position in which liquid can flow into The brewing unit is positioned. the drip tray. • UNIT RINSES The program carries out a fresh water 4 OPEN STEAM VALVE flushing through the brewing unit. Open the steam valve, the descaling The pump switches off automaticly after. process above the steam valve starts. the rinsing process is finished. Only use the steam valve when holding a • EMPTY WASTE CONTAINER container underneath or turn the steam Empty and clean the coffee grounds valve into the position in which liquid can container. Put the coffee grounds flow into the drip tray. Fig. 38 container back into the appliance. • CLEAN DRIP TRAY – PRESS OK 5 CLOSE STEAM VALVE Pull out the drip tray, rinse thoroughlyl Close the steam valve. Fig. 40 and insert. – press button g “OK “. • REFILL WATER – PRESS OK 6 EMPTY WASTE CONTAINER Pull out water reservoir, fill with fresh Empty and clean the coffee grounds water and put back again –press button g container. The coffee grounds container “OK “. serves as a collecting vessel for the • DESCALING COMPLETEDe descaling water. Put the coffee grounds The descaling programme has finished container back into the appliance. Fig. 37 when this display indication appears. In case of power failure during the descaling process 7 CLEAN DRIP TRAY – PRESS OK the program has to be started again! Pull out the drip tray, rinse thoroughly • The appliance is now ready for operation and insert. – press button g “OK “. Fig. 39 again and the status is that of the last coffee mode selected. We recommend 8/9 CLEAN & REFILL WATERTANK – PRESS OK pouring away the first cup of coffee made Pull out the water reservoir, rinse after running the descaling programme.
  28. 28. GB13.8 Cleaning the steam valve through briefly without the screwed- on outlet valve. This rinses out any Clean the frothing unit as well as the remaining contamination from the steam valve after frothing or heating steam valve. up milk. If the steam valve allows only a reduced amount or no steam or hot water to pass through, we recommend 5. Now screw the cleaned outlet valve back onto the steam valve using the decaling in addition. measuring spoon P. Fig. 47 Caution! Risk to health through milk 6. Then again place the frothing unit residue on the frothing unit and onto the steam valve and lock. Fig. 48 steam valve! Contamination through dried milk on the frothing unit as well Caution, protection of the applian- as the steam valve is a breading ce! A clogged steam valve can damage ground for bacteria. Keep these parts the appliance! If the steam valve still of the appliance clean at all times. does not let through any steam or hot water following cleaning of the outlet Caution! Risk of burning on the valve, the device must be descaled. frothing unit and steam valve! The Corresponding information can be frothing unit as well as the steam valve found in the chapter “Starting the get very hot during the frothing descaling programme”. of milk or the preparation of hot water, and can cause burns. Allow these parts of the appliance to cool down before starting cleaning. Only hold the 14 What do I do, if ... frothing unit by the black cap. • ... coffee-making is interrupted and «REFILL WATER» is displayed? Method: – The water tank is empty: Refill the 1. Remove the frothing unit and rinse off water tank and press the „OK“ key the milk residue under flowing water. (Fig. 3, g). Subsequently wipe the steam valve with a damp cloth. Fig. 43 • ... coffee-making is interrupted and the indications «CLEAN BREWING UNIT» and 2. Clean the air suction opening of the frothing unit if blocked by poking the «SWITCH OFF UNIT» are shown clogged opening carefully with a alternately? pointed needle. Fig. 44 – Brewing unit is overfilled: Carefully clean the brewing unit; see „Cleaning the Coffee-making Unit“. 3. Now unscrew the outlet valve from the steam valve. For this, use the measu- – In powder mode spoon in a max. of 2 ring spoon P with the integrated took – In powder coffee mode, fill in max. 1 function. Fig. 45 measuring spoon of coffee powder. – Adjust to a lower grinding level: see 4. Clean the outlet valve by poking the “Changing grinding quantities” . clogged opening carefully with a – Check the ejection lever: see pointed needle. Cleaning the brewing unit” Then rinse thoroughly and check that the valve is free. Fig. 46 • ... the machine can no longer be To clean the steam valve, place a operated and «WASTE CONTAI- container under the steam valve. Turn NER» is indicated? rotary switch D “Hot water/steam” into – Container is full: Empty container position and allow hot water to pass and clean thoroughly; see „Emptying the Container“.
  29. 29. GB• ... «CARRY OUT CLEANING • ... the bean container will not locate PROCESS» is displayed? on the grinder? – Number of coffees dispensed – Coffee bean residue on or around necessitates cleaning: Run cleaning the grinder: Remove coffee bean program; see „Running the Cleaning residue from the grinder. Program“. – Coffee bean residue is jammed in the• ... «CARRY OUT DESCALING» bean container lock. Clear the bean is displayed? container lock of coffee bean – Number of coffees dispensed residue. necessitates descaling: Carry out • ... the grinder makes very loud noises descaling; see „Running the when grinding? Descaling Program“. – The grinder is blocked by a foreign• ... the espresso/coffee is not hot body. Remove the foreign bodyas enough? described in this manual, refer to – Preheat the cups with hot water. „Cleaning the Grinder“. – Increase coffee temperature; see – You can continue to use your coffee „Setting the Coffee Temperature“. machine with ground coffee. – The coffee machine may need • ... the coffee machine has to be descaling. transported?• ... the espresso/coffee is too weak? – Keep the original packaging as – not enough ground coffee: spoon in transport protection. correct measure, max. 2 measuring – Secure the coffee machine against spoons. jarring. – The coffee bean container is empty. – Empty the coffee machine tank and Add coffee beans. container and allow any remaining – The coffee quantity is set too low. moisture in the system to steam off. Increase the coffee quantity, see This will protect your coffee machine „Changing and saving the coffee from being damaged by freezing in quantity“. cold weather. – The grinding texture is set too To steam off the system, remove coarse. Set the grinding texture to a water tank and then select the finer grade, see „Setting the steam function. When no more Grinding Texture“. steam is released, turn off the steam tap and switch off the coffee• ...the crema is too weak? machine. – Use fresh water. – Care should also be taken with the – Use fresh beans or fresh coffee location of the coffee machine – powder. especially in cold weather, when – Clean the coffee-making unit, see damage can be caused by freezing. „Cleaning the Coffee-making Unit“. • …..”LOOSEN BREW UNIT”?• ...milk is not frothy enough? - Remove the brewing unit and – The milk is too hot or too old or the loosen the brewing unit with at fat content is too high. Use suitable least 3 revs. on the back side, milk. using the tool function of the – Blocked steam nozzle. Clean the measuring spoon P. steam nozzle. – The air intake in the frothing aid is blocked. Clean the frothing aid.
  30. 30. GB • … The brewing unit cannot be 15 This coffee machine complies removed? with the following EU Directives: - Position of the notched connec- • 73/23/EEEC of 19.2.1973 „Low ting pin at the end of the brewing Voltage Directive“, including unit is incorrect: Turn the notched Amendment Directive 93/68/EEC. connecting pin. • 89/336/EEC of 3.5.1989 „EMI • … The appliance switches off Directive“, including Amendment after rinsing or while coffee is Directive 92/31/EEC. being requested? - Pressure in the brewing unit too high: Open rotary switch “Hot 16 Technical Data water / Steam” to position / . Mains voltage: 220-240 V Remove brewing unit and clean, open the brewing unit before Power consumption: 1290-1400 W cleaning. To do this, turn on the black toothed cone. • … Insufficient water level display 17 INFORMATION FOR THE despite full water tank? CORRECT DISPOSAL OF - Air in the system: Take some hot water. ELECTRICAL AND ELECT- • … The appliance cannot be RONIC APPLIANCES switched on? - Mains plug unplugged: Insert At the end of its working life, mains plug. the product must not be - Service door not closed: Insert disposed of as urban waste. brewing unit and close the It must be taken to a special service door. local authority differentiated - Brewing unit not inserted: Insert waste collection centre or to a dealer brewing unit and close the providing this service. Disposing of a service door. household appliance separately avoids • … Water in the coffee grounds container? possible negative consequences for the - During every rinsing process, environment and health deriving from water gets into the coffee inappropriate disposal and enables the grounds container: None (for constituent materials to be recovered technical reasons) to obtain significant savings in energy - Preceding abortion of coffee and resources. making, for example due to To remind you that you must collaborate insufficient water level: Check with a selective collection scheme, the water tank for sufficient water symbol shown appears on the product level prior to each use. warning you not to dispose of it in • … No water comes out of the traditional refuse containers. coffee outlet during rinsing? - Brewing unit blocked: Clean For further information, contact your brewing unit. local authority or the shop where you bought the product.
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  32. 32. E E Estimada clienta, estimado cliente Lea por favor atentamente estas ins- trucciones de uso. ¡Observe sobre todo las indicaciones sobre la seguridad! Conserve las instrucciones de uso para consultas posteriores y entréguelas también a los eventuales propietarios sucesivos del aparato.Indice 1 Leyenda 33 10 Programe el nivel de llenado 1.1 Equipamiento (Fig 1) 33 de las tazas y la cantidad d 1.2 Vista superior (Fig. 2) 33 e café a moler 43 1.3 Zona de los mandos (Fig. 3) 33 10.1 Modificar y memorizar el nivel de llenado de las tazas y la cantidad 2 Café y expreso 34 de café a moler 43 3 Indicaciones de seguridad 34 10.2 Modificar y almacenar la cantidad de café a moler 44 4 Resumen de los puntos del Menú 36 11 Ajuste del grado de molienda 44 5 Primera puesta en funcionamiento 36 12 Ajustes del Menú 44 5.1 Colocar el aparato y conectarlo 12.1 Determinar el idioma 44 a la red 36 12.2 Ajustar la temperatura del café 45 5.2 Llenado del agua 36 12.3 Ajustar la desconexión automática 45 5.3 Primera conexión del aparato 37 12.4 Consultar el número de cafés servidos y los niveles de llenado de tazas 46 5.4 Conectar el aparato 37 5.5 Desconexión del aparato 38 12.5 Restaurar los ajustes de fábrica en el aparato (Reset) 46 5.6 Ajustar la dureza del agua 38 12.6 Restaurar idioma de pantalla 46 6 Preparación de café en grano 39 6.1 Llenado del recipiente para 13 Limpieza y cuidados 47 café en grano 39 13.1 Limpieza regular 47 6.2 Seleccionar el tamaño de las tazas 39 13.2 Limpieza del ajuste de la altura 47 6.3 Seleccionar cantidad de café a moler 39 13.3 Vaciado del recipiente de los posos 47 6.4 Seleccionar el número de tazas 13.4 Limpieza del molinillo 48 y salida del café 40 13.5 Limpieza de la unidad de erogación 48 13.6 Realización del programa de limpieza 49 7 Preparación de café molido 40 13.7 Realización del programa de 7.1 Llenado del orificio para el descalcificación 50 café molido 41 13.8 Limpieza de la tobera de vapor 52 7.2 Seleccionar el tamaño de las tazas 41 14 ¿Qué hacer, cuando ... 53 8 Espumado de la leche 41 15 Directrices de la UE 55 9 Preparación de agua caliente 42 16 Datos técnicos 55 17 Eliminación de desechos 55
  33. 33. E1 Leyenda 1.2 Vista superior (Fig. 2) Q Soporte para tazas1.1 Equipamiento (Fig 1) R Orificio de llenado para café molido A Vista superior (ver Fig. 2) con tapa (boca de entrada del café B Recipiente con tapa para café en grano molido) C Compuerta de servicio S Regulación de la posición del D Selector giratorio para vapor y agua recipiente para café en grano caliente T Desbloqueo compuerta de servicio E Salida de altura regulable con tubos de U Desbloqueo para la extracción del salida anillo de molienda F Tobera giratoria para vapor y agua V Palanca de regulación del grado de caliente con elemento auxiliar de molienda espumado G Recipiente de posos (extraíble) 1.3 Zona de los mandos (Fig. 3) H Rejilla antigoteo I Flotador de la bandeja recogegotas a Tecla „selección de vapor“ J Bandeja recogegotas (con indicador) K Display b Tecla „1 ó 2 tazas de café“ L Placa de características (en la parte de (con indicador) arriba tras la compuerta de servicio) c Tecla „Cantidad de café a moler“ * M Zona de los mandos (ver Fig. 3) (con indicador) N Depósito de agua con indicador del * En el menú de selección (tecla f) esta nivel de llenado (extraíble) tecla sirve para “pasar la página“ en el O Tiras de comprobación de la dureza del menú agua d Tecla „tamaño de la taza“ ** O.1 Agente Descalcificador (con indicador) O.2 Agente de limpieza ** En el menú de selección (tecla f) esta tecla sirve para “pasar la página“ en el P Cuchara medidora con pincel de menú limpieza e Tecla „enjuagar“ (con indicador) f Tecla „menú“ (con indicador) g Tecla „OK“ (con indicador) h Tecla „Conexión/Desconexión“ (con indicador) i Indicador „Calentamiento“ j Indicador „Vaciar recipiente de posos“ k Indicador „Llenar depósito de agua“

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