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  1. 1. 02 ENGLISH Office Coffee MachineEN02 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Read these instructions carefully before using the machine.
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  4. 4. SAFETY REGULATIONS or feet. Do not let the power cord hang freely from tables or shelves.Never allow water to come into contact For the Safety of Otherswith any of the electrical parts of the ma- Ensure that children cannot play with the ma-chine: Danger of short circuit! Hot water chine and/or the packaging materials. Neverand steam may cause burning! direct the jet of hot water and/or steam to- wards yourself or others. Do not touch the hot Intended Use water wand with bare hands. Always use theThe machine is intended to be used in small of- handles or knobs provided.fices/organisations only. Danger of BurnsThe appliance is not to be used by persons Do not touch the hot water wand and/or the(including children) with reduced physical, coffee/product dispensing spout.mental or sensory abilities or with scarce expe-rience and/or expertise, unless they are super- Fire Safety Precautionsvised by a person responsible for their safety, In case of fire, use carbon dioxide (CO2) extin-or they are instructed by this person on how to guishers. Do not use water or dry powder ex-properly use the machine. tinguishers. Power Supply Suitable Location for OperationThe machine must be connected to the power and Maintenancesupply by the service provider, in accordance The machine should be installed by the servicewith its specifications. provider in accordance with the safety regula- tions in force at the time of installation. Power Cord The machine may only be moved by the serviceNever use the machine if the power cord is de- provider.fective. Do not use the machine outdoors.Report any defects in the cord and/or plug to Avoid placing open flames and/or incandes-the service provider immediately. Do not pass cent objects near the machine in order to avoidthe power cord around corners, over sharp melting or other damage to the machine hous-edges or over hot objects and keep it away ing. Do not use in places where the tempera-from oil. Do not use the power cord to carry ture may drop to a level equal to and/or loweror pull the machine. Do not pull out the plug than 0°C. If the machine has been exposed toby the power cord nor touch it with wet hands•4•
  5. 5. such conditions alert the service provider, who Storing the Machinewill carry out a safety check. If the machine is to remain inactive for a long time, turn it off and unplug it. Store the ma- Cleaning chine in a dry place, out of the reach of chil-Before cleaning the machine, the power button dren. Keep it protected from dust and dirt.must be switched to OFF (0) and the plug mustbe removed from the power socket. Wait also Repairs / Maintenancefor the machine to cool down. Never immerse In case of failure, problems or a suspected faultthe machine in water! It is strictly forbidden to resulting from a fall, immediately remove thetamper with the internal parts of the machine. plug from the power socket and alert the ser-Do not clean the machine using a jet of water. vice provider or specialised technician.The appliance and its components must be Never attempt to operate the machine if it iscleaned and washed following a period of in- faulty. Only the service provider and/or tech-activity. nician may carry out servicing operations and repairs on the machine. Using MilkMilk must be used and stored in accordancewith the instructions given on the manufac-turers original packaging.We accept no liability for use of milk unsuitablefor human consumption.Milk must be kept cold, as high temperaturesmake it become acid - this is a natural charac-teristic of milk. For this reason, the Cappucci-natore must be cleaned after each use, as de-scribed in the manual.For thorough cleaning, the Cappuccinatore canbe detached and disassembled, and its partscan be put in a dishwasher (not professionaltype).The washing process in the dishwasher maycause the surface of the Cappuccinatore partsto tarnish or the graphics to fade, especially ifaggressive detergents are used.This is a normal phenomenon and does notaffect in any way the correct operation of themilk system. •5•
  6. 6. Machine Use - User Manual CONTENTS1 GENERAL INFORMATION ...................................... 7 8.7 Opening the Upper Lid ...............................................23 1.1 Intended Use of the Machine .......................................7 8.8 Filling the Water Tank.................................................24 1.2 To Simplify Manual Reading.........................................7 8.9 Filling the Coffee Bean Hopper...................................24 1.3 How to Use these Operating Instructions .....................7 8.10 Closing the Upper Lid .................................................25 1.4 Machine Identification .................................................7 8.11 Electrical Connection..................................................25 1.5 Technical Specifications ...............................................8 8.12 Setting the Language (Upon First Use) ......................25 1.6 Residual Risks ..............................................................8 8.13 First Use - Use After a Long Period of Inactivity ..........26 8.14 Measuring and Adjusting Water Hardness .................262 MACHINE COMPONENTS ...................................... 8 8.15 "INTENZA+" Water Filter ...........................................27 2.1 Control Panel Description ............................................9 8.16 Adjusting the Coffee Grinder ......................................293 USING THE MACHINE .......................................... 9 8.17 Adjusting the "Aroma" - Amount of Ground Coffee ....30 3.1 Switching on the Machine ...........................................9 8.18 Adjusting Brewed Products ........................................30 3.2 Warm-up and Rinsing ................................................10 9 MACHINE PROGRAMMING ................................. 33 3.3 Rinse/Self-Cleaning Cycle...........................................10 9.1 Accessing the Programming Mode.............................33 3.4 Eco-friendly: Stand-by ...............................................10 9.2 Programming Controls ...............................................34 3.5 Adjusting the Dispensing Spout .................................10 9.3 Credits Menu..............................................................35 3.6 Coffee Brewing ..........................................................11 9.4 Beverage Menu ..........................................................36 3.7 Emptying the Coffee Grounds Drawer .......................11 9.5 Machine Menu ...........................................................38 3.8 Brewing a Cappuccino ...............................................12 9.6 Setting the PASSWORD ..............................................42 3.9 Latte Macchiato .........................................................12 3.10 Dispensing Hot Water.................................................13 10 CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE ........................... 43 3.11 "SPECIAL" Products ....................................................13 10.1 Cleaning Intervals ......................................................43 10.2 Cleaning the Water Tank ............................................434 USING THE MACHINE WITH CREDITS .................. 15 10.3 Thorough Cleaning of the Cappuccinatore .................435 CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE ........................... 15 10.4 Brew Group - Weekly Cleaning ...................................45 10.5 Cleaning the Brew Group with “Coffee Clean Tablets”.46 5.1 Cleaning the Hot Water / Steam Wand .......................15 10.6 Brew Group Lubrication .............................................48 5.2 Cleaning the Coffee Grounds Drawer..........................16 10.7 Descaling ...................................................................49 5.3 Cleaning the Drip Tray ................................................16 5.4 Cleaning the Cappuccinatore (After Each Use) ............16 11 MACHINE DISPOSAL .......................................... 526 MACHINE WARNINGS ........................................ 18 12 TROUBLESHOOTING .......................................... 537 HANDLING AND STORAGE .................................. 20 7.1 Handling ....................................................................20 7.2 Storage ......................................................................208 INSTALLATION .................................................. 20 8.1 Safety Regulations ....................................................20 8.2 Stop Functions ...........................................................21 8.3 List of Accessories Supplied........................................21 8.4 Assembly-Siting.........................................................22 8.5 Disposal of Packaging ................................................22 8.6 Installing the Container Base .....................................22•6•
  7. 7. Machine Use - User Manual Service Provider/Supply Operator: 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Company or person responsible for normal ma- 1.1 Intended Use of the Machine chine installation, start-up and suspension of service. On detecting machine malfunctions, theThis machine automatically brews: service provider should request the assistance of- Coffee and espresso coffee using coffee beans; the maintenance technician.- Hot beverages using hot water dispensed via the steam wand; Technician: Personnel qualified to perform unscheduled- Milk-based beverages using the supplied Cappuccinatore. maintenance operations and provide assistanceThe structure of the machine and its elegant housing have been with the machine.designed for use in small offices, businesses and institutions. Technicians may carry out all operations described in this manual without requiring explicit authori- Important. sation. Misuse voids all forms of warranty, releasing theManufacturer from any responsibility for damage to per- This symbol is used to highlight information thatsons and/or property. is particularly important to ensure optimal use ofThe following are considered misuse: the machine.- Any use other than the intended use and/or employ- ing methods other than those described in this manu- al; 1.3 How to Use these Operating Instructions- Any operation on the machine in breach of the instruc- This manual constitutes an integral part of the tions provided in this manual; machine, and should be read carefully. It contains- Any use following tampering with machine compo- information regarding installation, maintenance and nents and/or alteration of its safety mechanisms; proper use of the machine.- Use of the machine outdoors. Always refer to this manual before carrying out any op- eration.In such cases the user shall bear the costs of repair. Keep these operating instructions in a safe place and make them 1.2 To Simplify Manual Reading available to anyone who may use the coffee machine. If this manual is lost or damaged, a copy should be requested from theVarious kinds of symbols are used in this manual to highlight the service provider immediately. For further information or if youdifferent hazard or competence levels. experience problems not completely or sufficiently covered in these instructions, please contact the service provider. The warning triangle indicates important instructions for the safety of the machines users. 1.4 Machine IdentificationCarefully follow these instructions to avoid serious injury! The machine is identified by the model name and serial number shown on the special plate.Various symbols are used in this manual to indicate the compe- The plate contains the following information:tences of each user. • Name of the Manufacturer • CE markingUser: A person who uses the machine to brew beverages • Machine model and who can clean the machine, where instructed • Serial number to do so in the manual. Users are NOT allowed to • Manufacturing year perform operations which are the competence of • Some technical specifications: the Service Provider/Supply Operator or Techni- - Power supply voltage (V); cian. On detecting machine malfunctions and/or - Power supply frequency (Hz); faults, users should contact the Service Provider - Electrical power consumption (W). only. •7•
  8. 8. Machine Use - User Manual Note: When contacting the Service Provider, al- 1.6 Residual Risks ways refer to this plate, and to the machines spe- The dispensing outlet has no guards to prevent accidental handcific data shown on it. contact with coffee, hot beverages and/or steam. 1.5 Technical Specifications 2 MACHINE COMPONENTS Technical Specifications Note: The “key to components” includes all ma- Power Supply and Nominal Voltage-Power Rating chine models; check which one matches your ma- See plate attached to the back of the appliance chine. Certain functions may not be available. 1 Tank lid with lock Machine Housing Material 2 Water tank metal - thermoplastic material 3 Control panel Size (w x h x d) 4 Cappuccinatore 334 x 574 x 452 (mm) 5 Hot water / steam wand Weight 6 Service compartment access door (to be used by the Ser- approx. 22 kg vice provider only) Power Cord Length 7 Coffee bean hopper 8 Accessory drawer 1.2 m 9 Cappuccinatore compartment cover Water Tank Capacity 10 Dispensing spout 4.0 litres 11 Cup holder grill Coffee Grounds Drawer Capacity 12 Full drip tray float 40 grounds 13 Drip tray Control Panel 14 Coffee grounds drawer 15 ON/OFF button On the front 16 Chassis plug A-weighted Sound Pressure Level: 17 "Espresso" button Less than 70 dB 18 "Coffee" button Pump Pressure 19 Display Max. 1.5 MPa (15.0 bar) 20 "Cappuccino" button Water Connections (for water network version only) 21 "Latte Macchiato" button maximum pressure 0.8 MPa (8 bar) 22 "Hot Water" button minimum pressure 0.15 MPa (1.5 bar) 23 "Special Beverages" button 24 "Cappuccinatore Cleaning Cycle" button Operating Conditions 25 "Stand-by" button Minimum temperature: above 10°C 26 Group compartment drawer Maximum temperature: below 40°C Maximum humidity: below 95% Safety Devices Boiler pressure safety valve Safety thermostatSubject to engineering and manufacturing changes dueto technological improvements.•8•
  9. 9. Machine Use - User Manual 2.1 Control Panel Description 3 USING THE MACHINE Note: All possible controls are described here. Before start using the machine check that the water tank and the Refer to the following sections for the operating coffee bean hopper are filled and that the machine is properlymodes. clean. Some buttons in the control panel have a double function. The double function is only activated in 3.1 Switching on the Machinecertain moments during the machine operation or whenaccessing the programming mode. The additional func- Warning! Connection to the power supply shouldtion is indicated by the icon under the machine button. be carried out exclusively by the service provider! Ensure that the upper lid (1) is always locked. Button - Description Before switching on the machine, ensure that the plug is correctly 17 "Espresso" button inserted in the power socket. When this button is pressed an espresso cup is brewed. 18 "Coffee" button - 2nd Function (OK) When this button is pressed a coffee cup is brewed. 2nd Function - Press it to select the displayed option. 19 LCD Display CLICK! Displays the machine status and alarm signals, and guides the user through the steps required to operate the machine. 20 "Cappuccino" button - 2nd Function ( ) When this button is pressed a cappuccino cup is brewed. 2nd Function - Press it to scroll the current page selection up. Ensure that the dispensing spout is in correct posi- tion. Move it horizontally until you hear the CLICK 21 "Latte Macchiato" button indicating correct positioning. If this is not done, some When this button is pressed a latte macchiato cup is dispensed. product might leak out of the dispensing spout. 22 "Hot Water" button When this button is pressed hot water is dispensed. 1 To switch on the machine, move the power button on the back of the machine to "I" (Fig.02, page 3). 23 "Special Beverages" button - 2nd Function (ESC) When this button is pressed, the menu for preparing other 2 After carrying out a check cycle, the machine goes into stand- types of beverages is accessed. by mode and the " " button (25) blinks. 2nd Function - Press it to exit the selected page and/or to stop 3 To turn on the machine simply press the " " button (25). the beverage brewing procedure. 24 "Clean" button - 2nd Function ( ) Note: Once the warm-up is complete, the machine When this button is pressed, the machine starts an automatic primes the circuit and performs a rinse cycle of quick cleaning cycle of the Cappuccinatore. the internal circuits. A small amount of water is dispensed during this process. Wait for this cycle to be completed. 2nd Function - Press it to scroll the current page selection down. 25 "Stand-by" button When this button is pressed, the machine Stand-by mode is activated. •9•
  10. 10. Machine Use - User Manual 3.2 Warm-up and Rinsing button (25) (if at least one coffee-based product has been brewed). 1 Upon start-up, the machine activates the warm-up phase.Wait until it is completed. A small amount of water will be dispensed to rinse and heat all HEATING UP… the machine parts; in this phase this icon is displayed. RINSING Note: The bar is in progress to show that the ma- ESC STOP RINSING chine is heating up the system. Wait for the cycle to finish automatically. The dispensing process 2 Once the warm-up is complete, the machine performs a rinse can be stopped by pressing the " " button (23).cycle of the internal circuits. RINSING 3.4 Eco-friendly: Stand-by The machine is designed for energy saving. The machine auto- matically turns off after 30 minutes of inactivity. ESC STOP RINSING Note: The bar is in progress to show that the ma- Note: chine is performing the rinse cycle of the system. - During the turning off phase, the machine performs a rinse cycle, if a coffee product has been brewed. 3 A small amount of water is dispensed. Wait for the cycle to - Time can be programmed according to your needsend. (contact the Service Provider). Note: The cycle can be stopped by pressing the To turn the machine on again, simply press either button on the " " button (23). control panel (if the power button is set to "I"). In this case the machine will go through the rinse cycle only if the boiler is cold. 4 Then, the machine is ready for use. 3.5 Adjusting the Dispensing Spout Most of the cups on the market can be used with this coffee ma- chine.The logo is displayed indicating that the machine is ready for use. The height of the dispensing spout may be adjusted to better fit the dimensions of the cups that you wish to use. Note: If the machine is being used for the first time or after a long period of inactivity, contactthe Service Provider to start it up. 3.3 Rinse/Self-Cleaning CycleThis cycle enables rinsing the internal coffee circuits with freshwater. The cycle is carried out:• At machine start-up (with cold boiler);• After priming the circuit (with cold boiler);• During the stand-by preparation phase (if at least one coffee- based product has been brewed);• When turning off the machine, after pressing the " " Manually move the dispensing spout up or down to adjust its height.• 10 •
  11. 11. Machine Use - User ManualThe recommended positions are: 2 Once the prebrewing cycle is complete, coffee begins to come- When using small cups (Fig.03, page 3); out of the dispensing spout.- When using large cups (Fig.05, page 3). 3 Coffee brewing stops automatically when the set level isTwo cups can be placed under the dispensing spout to brew two reached. However, the coffee brewing process can be stopped bycups of coffee at the same time (Fig.04, page 3). pressing the " " button (23).If you want to use tall glasses or mugs, push the dispensing spout to Note: The machine is set to brew a true Italian es-its limit stop. In this case, you can brew only one product at a time. presso coffee. This feature may slightly lengthen(Fig.06, page 3). the brewing time, allowing the intense coffee flavour to develop fully. Note: Before brewing any product and/or when bringing the dispensing spout back to its normal 3.7 Emptying the Coffee Grounds Drawerbrewing position, ensure that it is correctly positioned.This can be noted through the CLICK indicating correct Note: This operation must be performed with thepositioning. machine switched on and/or in stand-by mode. The machine will indicate when the coffee grounds drawer has reached its maximum capacity. The first warning alerts the user that the coffee grounds drawer must be emptied, but the machine can still be used to brew cof- fee; the display shows: CLICK!If this is not done, some product might leak out of the dispensing If the drawer is not emptied after several brewing cycles the ma-spout. chine will stop; the display shows: EMPTY COFFEE 3.6 Coffee Brewing GROUNDS DRAWERTo brew coffee, press and release: 1 The " " button (17) for a cup of espresso coffee, In this case the machine does not allow coffee to be brewed. or In order to continue to brew coffee, the coffee grounds drawer the " " button (18) for a cup of coffee. must be emptied of used coffee.The brewing cycle then starts: Press the desired button once to brew 1 cup of coffee. Press the desired button twice consecutively to brew 2 cups of coffee. Note: To brew 2 cups of coffee, the machine auto- matically grinds and doses the correct amount ofcoffee. Brewing two coffees requires two grinding cyclesand two brewing cycles, which the machine carries outautomatically. • 11 •
  12. 12. Machine Use - User ManualRemove the drawer and empty out the coffee grounds in a suit- 4 Place the cup under the dispensing spout (Fig.12, page 3).able container. Only when the display shows: Press the " " button (20). INSERT COFFEE 5 The machine needs a preheating time. GROUNDS DRAWER 6 After preheating, the machine starts brewing the cappuc- cino. CAPPUCCINOmay the coffee grounds drawer be inserted into the machine.When inserting the drawer, the display shows: ESC STOP MILK 7 At this stage, the machine dispenses frothed milk. You can stop the dispensing process by pressing the " " button (23).The machine is now ready to brew coffee. 8 After dispensing milk, the machine brews coffee. You can stop 3.8 Brewing a Cappuccino the brewing process by pressing the " " button (23).The machine allows a cappuccino to be brewed quickly and easilywith the touch of a button. CAPPUCCINO Danger of burns! Brewing may be preceded by small jets of hot water. ESC STOP COFFEE Enjoy your cappuccino like at the coffee bar. Important Note: Clean the Cappuccinatore im- mediately after using it to froth milk (see section 9 After using the Cappuccinatore, clean it as described in sec-5.4). Clean the suction hose externally with a damp cloth. tion 5.4.This way, all parts will be perfectly clean and free of anymilk residue. If this cycle is not carried out, 10 minutes af- 10 Remove the container and clean it if necessary.ter completion of the last brewing operation the machinesuggests performing a cleaning cycle. 3.9 Latte Macchiato 1 Remove the cover from the front side (Fig.08, page 3). Important Note: Clean the Cappuccinatore im- mediately after using it to froth milk (see section Note: The cover can be placed on the machine side 5.4). Clean the suction hose externally with a damp cloth. using the integrated magnet. This way, all parts will be perfectly clean and free of any milk residue. If this cycle is not carried out, 10 minutes af- 2 Insert the Cappuccinatore into its seat until it locks into place ter completion of the last brewing operation the machine(Fig.09-10, page 3). Check that it cannot slide away. suggests performing a cleaning cycle. Warning: Before using the Cappuccinatore, clean The machine allows a cup of latte macchiato to be dispensed it as described in section 5.4. quickly and easily with the touch of a button. To dispense a cup of latte macchiato perform all the steps de- 3 Insert the clean pipe directly into the milk container (Fig.11, scribed in section 3.8 up to step 4.page 3). 1 We recommend using tall glasses for this type of preparation, Note: To ensure better results when preparing a thus moving the dispensing spout accordingly (Fig.13, page 3). cappuccino, use cold milk.• 12 •
  13. 13. Machine Use - User Manual Note: The "STEAM" function is displayed and can be 2 When the machine is ready, press the " " button (21) to selected only if it has been previously activated bystart dispensing the latte macchiato. the service provider; otherwise, it is not available. 3 The machine prepares the latte macchiato automatically. 2 The display shows the page for "special" beverages. 4 After using the Cappuccinatore, clean it as described in sec- Note: This menu enables only a single brewingtion 5.4. process at a time. To brew more products repeat the described procedures.Remove the container and clean it if necessary. 3 Select the desired beverage by pressing the " " (20) or 3.10 Dispensing Hot Water " " (24) button. Dispensing may be preceded by short spurts of hot 4 When the desired beverage has been selected, press the water. Risk of burning. The hot water wand may " " button (18) to start the preparation.reach high temperatures. Refer to the section relevant to the brewing of the 1 Place a container under the hot water wand (Fig.07, desired beverage.page 3). For the preparation of milk-based beverages, 2 Press the " " button (22) to start dispensing hot water install the Cappuccinatore after washing it as de-through the wand. scribed in section 5.4. HOT WATER Long Coffee This programme allows you to prepare a long coffee. ESC STOP HOT WATER 1 Press the " " button (23) to enter the menu. 3 After dispensing, remove the container with hot water. SPECIAL BEVERAGES Note: You can stop the brewing process by press- LONG COFFEE HOT MILK ing the " " button (23). AMERICAN COFFEE STEAM 3.11 "SPECIAL" ProductsThe machine is designed to also brew products other than those 2 Place a suitable cup under the dispensing spout (Fig.05,displayed on the control panel. page 3). Note: After pressing the " " button (23), if no 3 Press the " " button (18) to start the preparation. product is selected, the machine goes back to themain menu after 10 seconds. 4 After brewing, remove the coffee cup. 1 Press the " " button (23) to access the menu. Note: You can stop the brewing process by press- ing the " " button (23). SPECIAL BEVERAGES LONG COFFEE HOT MILK AMERICAN COFFEE STEAM • 13 •
  14. 14. Machine Use - User Manual Hot Milk American CoffeeThis programme allows you to prepare a hot milk. This programme allows you to prepare an American coffee. Danger of burns! Dispensing may be preceded by 1 Press the " " button (23) to access the menu. small jets of hot water. 2 Press the " " button (24) to select "AMERICAN COFFEE". 1 Remove the cover from the front side (Fig.08, page 3). SPECIAL BEVERAGES 2 Insert the complete Cappuccinatore into its seat until it locks LONG COFFEE HOT MILKinto place (Fig.09-10, page 3). Check that it cannot slide away. AMERICAN COFFEE STEAM 3 Insert the clean pipe directly into the milk container (Fig.11,page 3). 3 Place a suitable cup under the dispensing spout (Fig.5, page 3). Note: To ensure better results, use cold milk. 4 Confirm by pressing the " " button (18) to start the preparation. 4 Press the " " button (23) to access the menu. 5 After brewing, remove the coffee cup.Press the " " button (24) to select "HOT MILK". Note: You can stop the brewing process by press- SPECIAL BEVERAGES ing the " " button (23). LONG COFFEE HOT MILK AMERICAN COFFEE Steam STEAM Note: This function is only available if previously activated by the service provider. 5 Place a suitable cup under the dispensing spout (Fig.13,page 3). Dispensing may be preceded by short spurts of hot water. Risk of burning. The steam wand may reach 6 Confirm by pressing the " " button (18) to start the high temperatures.preparation. This program allows steam to be dispensed in order to heat up the Note: You can stop the dispensing process by beverages directly in the container. pressing the " " button (23). 1 Press the " " button (23) to access the menu. 7 When the dispensing procedure is complete, remove the cupwith milk. 2 Press the " " button (24) to select "STEAM". After using the Cappuccinatore, clean it as de- SPECIAL BEVERAGES LONG COFFEE scribed in section 5.4. If this cycle is not carried HOT MILKout, 10 minutes after completion of the last brewing AMERICAN COFFEEoperation the machine suggests performing a cleaning STEAMcycle.Remove the container and clean it if necessary. 3 Place a suitable container under the dispensing spout (Fig. 7, page 3).• 14 •
  15. 15. Machine Use - User Manual 4 Press the " " button (18) to confirm. • Cleaning can only be carried out when the machine is cold and disconnected from the electric network. 5 The machine heats up the system. Once the required tem- • Use a soft, dampened cloth to clean the machine.perature is reached, the steam dispensing procedure is started. • Do not use direct jets of water. • Do not immerse the machine in water or place any of its parts 6 To conclude the steam dispensing process, press the " " in a dishwasher.button (23). • Do not use sharp objects or harsh chemical products (sol- vents) for cleaning.Clean the steam wand with a wet cloth after use, if necessary. • Do not dry the machine and/or its parts using a microwave and/or standard oven. • All parts requiring cleaning are easily accessible, so no tools 4 USING THE MACHINE WITH CREDITS are needed. Note:This option can be enabled or disabled by • Periodic maintenance and cleaning will keep the machine in the service provider. good working order for a longer time and ensure compliance with basic hygienic standards.The machine is designed to manage beverage brewing by meansof a credit system. The number of coffee-based products brewed Warning! The machine and its parts must in anyis limited to the number of credits granted by the service provider. case be cleaned every week.When no credits remain, no more coffee-based products can bebrewed. The appliance and its parts must be cleaned and washed following a period of inactivityAvailable credits are displayed at each product brewing start. 5.1 Cleaning the Hot Water / Steam Wand Note: The dispensing of hot water, hot milk and steam is not subject to credit management; it can The hot water/steam wand must be cleaned externally with aalways be performed, provided that there is water in the damp cloth after each use and, in any case, once a week.tank. Warning! Before performing this operation, makeEach service provider decides independently how to manage the sure that the wand is cold: Danger of burns!granting and recharging of credits to allow the machine to beused. 5 CLEANING AND MAINTENANCEAs some of the parts of the appliance come in contact with waterand coffee during normal use, it is important to clean the appli-ance regularly.Not doing this will ultimately make the appliance stop workingproperly, and in this case repair is not covered under the warranty. Warning! Before undertaking any maintenance and/or cleaning operation, turn off the machine,unplug it and wait for it to cool down.Non-removable parts and the machine itself must be cleaned,when not otherwise specified, using only cold or lukewarm water,with a non-abrasive sponge and a damp cloth. • 15 •
  16. 16. Machine Use - User Manual 5.2 Cleaning the Coffee Grounds Drawer 1 Ensure that the Cappuccinatore, complete with all its parts, isThe coffee grounds drawer must be emptied and cleaned when- correctly inserted (Fig.10, page 3).ever indicated by the machine. To carry out this operation, referto section 3.7. 2 Insert the suction hose in a carafe containing clean water (Fig.11, page 3). 3 Place a container under the dispensing spout (Fig.12, page 3). 4 With the machine on, press the " " button (24). CAPPUCCINATORE CLEANING REPLACE MILK CONTAINER WITH ANOTHER ONE WITH FRESH WATER NO YES 5.3 Cleaning the Drip Tray 5 Press the " " button (18) to start the Cappuccinatore cleaning cycle.Empty and clean the drip tray every day. Perform this operationalso when the float is raised. Note: To exit the cycle at any moment, press the " " button (23). 6 The machine heats up the system. CAPPUCCINATORE CLEANING PLEASE WAIT … STOP CLEANING Once the warm-up is complete, the machine performs an assisted wash cycle of the Cappuccinatore. Wait until the cycle is complete. 7 Only once the cycle is complete press the side buttons and 5.4 Cleaning the Cappuccinatore remove the Cappuccinatore. (After Each Use) Warning! Failure to clean the Cappuccinatore after use with milk may cause proliferation of bacteriawhich may be harmful for the user.The Cappuccinatore must be washed and cleaned every time itis used.The lack of cleaning before and after each use can affect the cor-rect operation of the machine. Danger of burns! Dispensing may be preceded by small jets of hot water.Perform a quick cleaning procedure as follows:• 16 •
  17. 17. Machine Use - User Manual 8 Place the cover back on the machine (Fig.08, page 3). 12 Remove the valve from the Cappuccinatore. Important Note: It is advisable to remove the Cap- puccinatore from the machine when not beingused, in order to keep it clean. 9 Remove the suction tube from the Cappuccinatore. 13 Remove the suction tube joint from the Cappuccinatore.10 Remove the ring from the Cappuccinatore. 14 Wash the parts under running water. Make sure any possible milk deposits/residues are removed.11 Turn and lift the Cappuccinatore cover and remove it from theCappuccinatore body. 2 15 After washing, reassemble the parts following the same pro- cedure used for disassembly, but in reverse order. 1 • 17 •
  18. 18. Machine Use - User Manual6 MACHINE WARNINGSThis chapter describes all the warning messages that the machine provides to the user, and the actions that can and/ormust be performed by the user. Help Message Displayed How to Reset the Message To restore the machine operation, close the service door. CLOSE SIDE DOOR Place the drip tray in its seat (Ref.13 - Page 2). INSERT DRIP TRAY Place the coffee grounds drawer in its seat (Ref.14 - Page 2). INSERT COFFEE GROUNDS DRAWER Place the group housing drawer in its seat (Ref.26 - Page 2). INSERT GROUP COMPARTMENT DRAWER Close or correctly place the coffee bean hopper inner lid to be able to prepare any CLOSE product. HOPPER DOOR Remove the tank and fill it with fresh drinking water. REFILL WATER TANK Insert the Brew Group into its seat. INSERT BREW GROUP The selected operation requires milk dispensing. Insert the Cappuccinatore in the INSERT machine as specified in the manual. CAPPUCCINATORE The selected operation requires milk dispensing. Insert the previously removed INSERT VALVE INTO valve in the Cappuccinatore as described in the manual (see step 12 - section 5.4). CAPPUCCINATORE• 18 •
  19. 19. Machine Use - User ManualHelp Message Displayed How to Reset the Message Fill the coffee bean hopper with coffee beans. ADD COFFEE The machine requests a descaling cycle. When this message is displayed, it is still possible to use the machine, but its correct operation might be affected. Damages caused by failure to descale the machine are not covered by warranty. The machine requests the "Intenza" water filter to be replaced with a new one. Contact the Service Provider. The machine reminds that after a few cycles it will be necessary to empty the coffee grounds drawer (see section 3.7). This message does not prevent the machine from brewing some more products. Remove the coffee grounds drawer and empty the coffee grounds into a suitable container. EMPTY COFFEE Note: The coffee grounds drawer must be emptied only when required by GROUNDS DRAWER the machine and with the machine turned on and/or in stand-by mode. If the drawer is emptied with the machine turned off, the machine will not record the emptying operation. Blinking red light. Machine in Stand-by. The Stand-by settings can be changed (contact the Service Provider). Press the " " button (25). An event has occurred which needs the machine to be restarted. Take note of the RESTART TO SOLVE code (E xx) shown at the bottom. Turn off the machine, wait for 30 seconds and then turn it on again. If the problem persists, contact the service centre. If this page is displayed after starting the machine, this means that the descaling DESCALING DESCALING cycle is needed. NEEDED. Contact the Service Provider. DESCALE? NO YES We remind you that damages caused by failure to descale the machine are not covered by warranty. • 19 •
  20. 20. Machine Installation - Service Provider Manual 7 HANDLING AND 8.1 Safety Regulations STORAGE • Read the entire instruction manual carefully. • The machine must be connected to the mains according to All the operations described in chapter 7 must the safety regulations in force in the country where the ma- be performed exclusively by the service provid- chine is used. er or a specialised technician, who shall organ- • Connection to the drinking water network (for water networkise all operating sequences and employ suitable means machines) should be made in compliance with the safetyto ensure strict compliance with the safety regulations regulations in force in the country where the machine is to bein force. used. • The socket to which the machine is connected must be: 7.1 Handling - Compatible with the type of plug installed on the ma-During handling and transportation, the machine must be kept chine;in vertical position, according to the instructions printed on the - Suitably sized to comply with the data on the plate at-packaging. Care should be taken during lifting and positioning. tached to the bottom of the appliance;Do not shake the machine. - Connected to an efficient earthing system. • The power cord must not: Make sure that no one is standing in the area dur- - Come into contact with any type of liquid: danger of elec- ing lifting and handling of the load. In difficult tric shocks and/or fire;conditions assign suitable personnel to monitor all move- - Be crushed and/or come into contact with sharp surfaces;ments. - Be used to move the machine; - Be used if damaged; - Be handled with damp or wet hands; 7.2 Storage - Be wound in a coil when the machine is in use;The machine should be stored in accordance with the following - Be tampered with.conditions: • If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the- Minimum temperature: above 4°C; manufacturer or his service centre, or in any case by a person- Maximum temperature: below 40°C; with a similar qualification.- Maximum humidity: below 95%. • It is forbidden to: - Install the machine other than as described in Chap. 8 orThe machine is packed in cardboard and expanded polystyrene outdoors.packaging. - Install the machine in a location where water jets may be used. Warning! Due to the total weight of the packaged - Disable the safety measures installed by the manufacturer. product, machines may not be stacked higher than - Use the machine outdoors, next to flammable and/or ex-three units. The machine should be stored in its original plosive materials.packaging, in a place FREE from humidity and/or dust. - Leave plastic bags, polystyrene, nails, etc, within the reach of children, as they are potential hazards. - Allow children to play near the machine. 8 INSTALLATION - Use spare parts other than those recommended by the All the operations described in chapter 8 must manufacturer. be performed exclusively by the service provid- - Make any technical modifications to the machine. er or a specialised technician, who shall organ- - Immerse the machine in any kind of liquid.ise all operating sequences and employ suitable means - Wash the machine using a jet of water.to ensure strict compliance with the safety regulations - Use the machine in any manner other than as described inin force. this manual. - Install the machine on top of other appliances. - Use the machine in explosive or harsh environments, or with high concentrations of dust or oily substances sus- pended in the air.• 20 •
  21. 21. Machine Installation - Service Provider Manual - Use the machine in an environment in which a risk of fire Power cord to connect the machine to the mains. exists. - Use the machine to dispense products other than those it is designed for.• Before cleaning the machine, ensure the plug is disconnected from the power socket; do not wash it with fuel and/or sol- vents of any kind. Lubricating oil to lubricate the Brew Group at periodic intervals• Do not place the machine near heating equipment (such as (see section 10.6). stoves or radiators).• In case of fire, use carbon dioxide (CO2) extinguishers. Do not use water or dry powder extinguishers. 8.2 Stop Functions Door safety cut-out key: it allowsThe machine can be stopped by means of the power button. the door safety (6-Page 2) to be cut out in order to perform the coffee grinder 8.3 List of Accessories Supplied adjustment. (see section 8.16).Manual: Instructions on how to use the machine. With this key the machine can be used also with the door open, so your hands may come into contact with the brew group while in motion: Danger ofWater hardness test: Quick test to determine the actual hard- crushing. This key must be used only by specialist techni-ness of the water used to prepare beverages; this test is of fun- cal personnel or by the service provider. Using it for anydamental importance to set the water hardness in the machine. other purpose is forbidden. Descaling solution to remove limescale building up in the wa- ter circuit due to normal use.Access key to the water tank and service compartmentdoor: This prevents access to the water tank and brew group byunauthorised personnel. "Intenza+" water filter to remove any unpleasant flavours in water and reduce water hardness. This will improve machine use.Cleaning brush to remove the coffee grounds from the servicecompartment. • 21 •
  22. 22. Machine Installation - Service Provider Manual 8.4 Assembly-Siting After placing the packing container near the installation site, pro- ceed as follows: The machine must not be installed outdoors or in • Ensure that the container has not been tampered with during environments in which jets of water or steam are transport and that the original packaging is intact and closed;used. • Open the container; The presence of magnetic fields or proximity to • Check the condition and model of the machine; electrical machines which generate disturbances • Check the contents of the accessories bag enclosed with thecould cause the electronic controls of the machine to machine (see "8.3 List of Accessories Supplied");malfunction. At temperatures close to 0°C, internal parts • Remove the machine from its original packaging;containing water are at risk of freezing. Do not use the • Remove any remaining packaging from the machine;machine under these conditions. • Lift the machine and place it in the designated area.To ensure correct and efficient performance of the appliance,comply with the following recommendations: 8.5 Disposal of Packaging• Room temperature: 10°C ÷ 40°C; After opening the package, it is recommended that the packaging• Maximum humidity: 90%; materials are separated according to type and disposed of in ac-• The site should be suitably prepared for the installation of the cordance with the regulations in force in the country of use. machine;• The surface on which the machine is installed should be level, We recommend keeping the container for future solid and stable, with a gradient of max 2°; transfers or transportation.• The location should be adequately lit, ventilated and clean, and the power socket should be easily accessible. 8.6 Installing the Container Base Access to the machine and the plug should be kept The containers have to be installed at the base of the machine clear at all times, in order to allow users to easily before starting to use the appliance.reach them and to leave the area immediately if required. 1 Remove the drip tray and the group compartment drawer toThe following illustration shows the required access distances: be able to install the containers.• To the keypad on the front of the appliance• To the service units in the event of malfunction. The machine consists of 2 parts packed in 2 diffe- rent packages and which should be assembled asdescribed in section 8.6.• 22 •
  23. 23. Machine Installation - Service Provider Manual 2 Open the service door with the supplied key. Remember that the components must be cor- rectly aligned: Check them. After installing the containers, refit the components and close the door. Install the group compartment drawer and the drip tray. 8.7 Opening the Upper Lid The upper lid should be removed in order to fill the containers. The lid is a safety device which allows access only to authorised personnel. 1 Unlock the lid with the special key supplied and remove it. 3 Remove the Brew Group: Pull it by the handle and press the«PRESS» button. 2 After unlocking the lid, lift and remove it. 4 Lift the rear side of the inner drawer and unlock the drawer. 5 Fix the base with the drawers by using the supplied screws. Now the water tank and the coffee bean hopper can be filled. • 23 •
  24. 24. Machine Installation - Service Provider Manual 8.8 Filling the Water TankBefore switching on the machine, the water tank should be filledwith fresh drinking water. Warning! Before using the machine for the first time, wash the water tank carefully.The tank should be filled only with fresh drinking water,as hot water, carbonated water or other liquids will dam-age the machine. 1 Remove the safety lid as described in section 8.7. 5 Insert the water tank back into its seat and refit the lid. 2 Remove the lid. 8.9 Filling the Coffee Bean Hopper Before switching on the machine, check that the hopper contains a sufficient quantity of coffee beans. Warning! Only coffee beans must be put into the coffee bean hopper. Ground coffee, instant coffee or any other object may damage the machine. 1 Remove the coffee bean hopper lid. 3 Remove the tank - lift it using the inside handles. Note: The hopper may feature a different safety system according to the regulations applicable in the country of use of the machine. 4 Rinse and fill it with fresh water, making sure that the (MAX)level indicated in the tank is not exceeded.• 24 •
  25. 25. Machine Installation - Service Provider Manual 2 Slowly pour the coffee beans into the hopper. 8.11 Electrical Connection This operation must only be performed by special- ist technical personnel or by the service provider. The machine is designed to work with single-phase voltage matching the rating indicated on the identification plate (section 1.4 "Machine Identification"). Before plugging in the machine, make sure that the power button is switched to "0". The Service Provider makes and is responsible for the electrical connection of the machine. The machine should be connected to the mains using the plug installed on the power cord, in accordance with: If the water tank is not inserted, check that no cof- • The Laws and Regulations in force at the place and time of fee beans fall into the tank compartment. If this installation;happens, remove them to avoid any malfunctions. • The information shown on the technical specifications plate on the side of the machine. 3 Refit the coffee bean hopper lid. Warning: The electric socket which the appliance is connected to must be easily accessible by the 8.10 Closing the Upper Lid user, in order to allow it to be easily disconnected fromAfter refilling and during normal operation the upper safety lid the mains when necessary.must always be fitted and locked using the special key, in order toprevent access to unauthorised people. It is forbidden to: 1 In order to lock the upper lid (1), place and close it using the • Use extensions of any kind.special supplied key. • Replace the original plug. • Use adapters. 8.12 Setting the Language (Upon First Use) At first start up, the machine requires you to select and store the desired language for the display of messages. This allows you to adjust the parameters of the beverages to the typical parameters of the country where the machine is used. LANGUAGE ITALIANO ENGLISH DEUTSCH FRANÇAIS 1 Select the language by pressing the " " (24) or " " (20) button. 2 Press the " " button (18) to store the language. 3 The machine starts the system warm-up. • 25 •
  26. 26. Machine Installation - Service Provider Manual Note: Upon first use, once the warm-up is com- 8.14 Measuring and Adjusting Water Hardness plete the machine primes the circuit and performsa rinse cycle of the internal circuits. During this process, a Measuring water hardness is very important in order to correctlysmall amount of water is dispensed. Wait for this cycle to manage the "INTENZA+" filter and the frequency with which thebe completed. machine must be descaled. 1 Immerse the water hardness test strip - provided with the 8.13 First Use - Use After a Long Period machine - in water for 1 second. of InactivityFor a perfect Espresso: Rinse the coffee circuit if using the Note: The test strip is only valid for one measure-machine for the first time or after a long period of inactiv- ment.ity. 2 Check how many squares change colour and refer to the ta-These simple operations allow you to always brew excellent cof- ble.fee. They have to be performed:A) At first start-up;B) When the machine remains inactive for a long time (more than 2 weeks). 1 Empty the water tank, wash and rinse it and fill it with freshwater (see section 8.8). Hardness 4 2 Place a large container under the dispensing spout (Fig.05, Hardness 3page 3). Hardness 2 3 Press the " "button to start the brewing procedure. Hardness 1 4 The machine will brew coffee through the dispensing spout(10, page 2). Wait until the procedure is complete and empty thecontainer. 3 The numbers correspond to the settings indicated in the fol- lowing machine adjustments. 5 Repeat the operations from step 2 to step 4 for 3 times, thencontinue with step 6. HARDNESS 4 (hard) HARDNESS 3 (medium) 6 Place a container under the hot water wand (Fig.07, HARDNESS 2 (soft)page 3). HARDNESS 1 (very soft) 7 Press the " " button (22) to start dispensing HOT WATER. 4 Enter the programming mode as described in section 9.1. MENU 8 When the hot water dispensing procedure is complete, CREDITS MENUempty the container. BEVERAGE MENU MACHINE MENUThe machine is now ready for use. 5 To select the "MACHINE MENU" option, press the " " button (24).• 26 •
  27. 27. Machine Installation - Service Provider Manual MENU 8.15 "INTENZA+" Water Filter CREDITS MENU BEVERAGE MENU Water is a key element for a good espresso coffee, and should the- MACHINE MENU refore always be filtered in a professional manner. That is why all Saeco machines are equipped with the INTENZA+ filter. This filter 6 Press the " " button (18) for access. is easy to use and its sophisticated technology is effective in pre- venting limescale build-up. This way, water will always be perfect MACHINE MENU and will give a much more intense aroma to your espresso coffee. GENERAL MENU DISPLAY MENU The “INTENZA+” water filter can be installed only WATER MENU MAINTENANCE if the machine is NOT connected to the water net- work. 7 Press the " " button (24) until the "WATER MENU" op-tion can be selected. The descaling filter should be replaced whenever MACHINE MENU indicated by the machine. Before descaling, re- GENERAL MENU DISPLAY MENU move the anti-scale filter from the water tank. WATER MENU MAINTENANCE Measuring water hardness is very important in 8 Press the " " button (18) for access. order to correctly manage the "INTENZA+" water filter and the frequency with which the machine must be WATER MENU descaled. HARDNESS WATER NET 1 Remove the "INTENZA+" water filter from its package. The ENABLE FILTER ACTIVATE FILTER filter should be set according to the measurements performed to set water hardness. 9 Press the " " button (18) to enter the "HARDNESS" menu. Use the water hardness test strip provided with the machine. Set Note: The machine is supplied with standard ad- the "Intenza Aroma System" as specified on the filter package justments, suitable for most of the uses. (see section 8.14). HARDNESS 1 2 3 410 Press: The " " button (24) to increase the value or the " " button (20) to decrease the value.11 Press the " " button (18) to confirm the selected change. A= Soft water B= Hard water (standard)After adjusting water hardness install the filter (Intenza+), as C= Very hard waterdescribed in the following section. Then, exit the programmingpage as described in section 9.2. • 27 •
  28. 28. Machine Installation - Service Provider Manual 2 Immerse the "INTENZA+" water filter vertically in cold water 9 Press the " " button (18) for access.(with its opening positioned upwards) and delicately press itssides so as to let the air bubbles out. ACTIVATE FILTER ACTIVATE FILTER? NO YES Note: To exit the procedure, press the " " but- ton (23). 10 Press the " " button (18) to continue. ACTIVATE FILTER INSERT FILTER. FILL THE TANK 3 Enter the programming mode as described in section 9.1. 11 Remove the tank from the machine and empty it. Remove MENU the small white filter from the tank and store it in a dry place CREDITS MENU BEVERAGE MENU sheltered from dust. MACHINE MENU 4 To select the "MACHINE MENU" option, press the " "button (24). MENU CREDITS MENU BEVERAGE MENU MACHINE MENU 5 Press the " " button (18) for access. MACHINE MENU GENERAL MENU DISPLAY MENU 12 Put the filter into the empty tank. Press it until its limit stop. WATER MENU MAINTENANCE 6 Press the " " button (24) until the "WATER MENU" op-tion can be selected. MACHINE MENU GENERAL MENU DISPLAY MENU WATER MENU MAINTENANCE 7 Press the " " button (18) for access. 8 Press the " " button (24) until the "ACTIVATE FILTER" op-tion can be selected. WATER MENU HARDNESS 13 Fill the tank with fresh drinking water and reinsert it into the WATER NET machine. ENABLE FILTER ACTIVATE FILTER• 28 •
  29. 29. Machine Installation - Service Provider Manual14 Press the " " button (18) to confirm the introduction of The machine allows the coffee grinder to be slightly adjusted inthe new filter. order to adapt it to the kind of coffee used. For any adjustments, use the lever placed on the inner side of the machine service com- ACTIVATE FILTER partment. EMPTY DRIP TRAY 1 With the machine turned on, open the service compartment door by using the appropriate key.15 Remove and empty the drip tray (13-page 2). When the drip 2 Disable the safety microswitch by inserting the key as showntray is empty, refit it in the machine and press the " " button in the figure.(18) to confirm that the procedure is completed. ACTIVATE FILTER PLACE A CONTAINER UNDER THE WATER SPOUT16 Place a large container under the hot water wand (Fig.07,page 3).17 Press the " " button (18) to confirm.Wait until the machine stops dispensing the necessary water to Warning! Disabling the safety microswitch entailsactivate the filter. a danger for the operator to come into contact with the moving parts of the appliance. Enable the safety ACTIVATE FILTER device again right after completing the adjustment. 3 Turn the lever by only one notch at a time during the grinding phase. Brew 2-3 cups of coffee to verify changes in grind.At the end of the cycle, remove the container that you had previ-ously placed under the hot water wand. Note: At the end of the procedure, the display au- tomatically returns to the product brewing page.If the water filter is not available, insert the small whitefilter previously removed (see step 11) into the tank. 1 2 8.16 Adjusting the Coffee Grinder Warning! Do not pour ground and/or instant cof- fee into the coffee bean hopper. Do not put anymaterial other than coffee beans into the hopper. The The reference marks indicate the grind setting. You can set differ-coffee grinder contains moving parts that may be danger- ent degrees of grind with the following references:ous. Therefore, do not insert fingers and/or other objects. 1 - Fine GrindTurn off the machine by pressing the ON/OFF button and 2 - Coarse Grindremove the plug from the socket before carrying out anytype of operation inside the coffee bean hopper. • 29 •

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