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Front view with open service door (Fig. 2)
Service door (open) Waste coffee container (removable) Tilt compartment Brewing unit Knob for setting grinding texture Bean container Measuring spoon Funnel for pre-ground coffee Type plate (under appliance) Liquid descaler Test strip for water hardness
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2 Coffee and espresso
Your fully automated coffee machine guarantees you absolute ease of operation, both in making coffee and in maintenance and care. The excellent, individual taste is achieved by the pre-brewing system: before the coffee is brewed, it is first moistened to extract its full aroma the individually controllable amount of water per cup, from a short espresso to a "long" milky coffee the individually controllable temperature at which the coffee is made The choice between a normal or a strong cup of coffee the grinding texture, which can be adjusted according to type of coffee bean, and last, but not least, the guaranteed crema, that small crown of froth that makes espresso coffee so unique for connoisseurs Did you know? The time the water is in contact with the ground coffee is considerably less for espresso coffee than conventional filter coffee. As a result, less bitterness is released from the ground coffee making espresso coffee that much milder!
This appliance conforms to accepted technological standards with regard to safety, and to the Appliance Safety Law. As the manufacturer, we nevertheless wish to familiarise you with the following safety information.
The coffee machine must be connected only to a mains power current of which the voltage, type of supply and frequency conform to the details shown on the type plate (this can be found on the underside of the appliance)! Never allow the mains lead to come into contact with hot parts of the appliance. Never use the mains lead to pull the plug out of the mains socket! Do not use the coffee machine if: the mains lead is damaged, or the housing shows visible signs of damage. Ensure that the coffee machine is switched off before plugging into the mains socket. This appliance is not intended for use by people (including children) who, due to lack of experience or knowledge, are unable to operate it safely, or for use by people (including children) whose physical, sensory or mental capabilities are reduced, unless a person responsible for them has shown them how to use it safely, and has supervised them initially.
4 Special mode
For setting the water hardness (Setting the water hardness, page 37) and the coffee temperature (Setting the coffee temperature, page 43), for starting the descaling program (Running the descaling program, page 45) and for viewing the statistics (Statistic 5.2 mode, page 49), you can switch to a special mode by pressing the "P" key (Fig.4). In this mode, you can navigate by means of the "1 cup of coffee" , "2 cups of coffee , "Steam and "P keys. The respective function in each case is shown in the display above the key (Fig. 5): 0 < ("1 cup of coffee" ) and > ("2 cups of coffee ) are for "scrolling OK ("Steam ) confirms an item P ("P) returns to the last level without changing settings. 0 We advise you to place the coffee machine on a suitable mat to prevent damage being caused by spray and splashes. 0 Plug the coffee machine into an earthed mains socket. Do not use a socket that is not earthed.
Filling with water
Each time before switching on the coffee 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. Remove the water tank from the coffee machine (Fig. 6). Before the tank is removed, the steam nozzle must always be positioned towards the centre of the appliance, otherwise the tank cannot be removed. Fill the water tank with fresh cold water. Never exceed the MAX line.
Before using for the first time
Setting up and connecting the coffee machine
0 Place the machine on a suitable horizontal, stable, unheated and waterresistant surface.
Pour only fresh cold water into the water tank. Never put in other liquids, e.g. mineral water or milk. 0 Replace the water tank (Fig. 6). Press the tank firmly in, to ensure that the water tank valve opens.
Ensure that there is good air circulation. After positioning the appliance on the work top, leave a space of at least 5 cm between the surfaces of the appliance and the side and rear walls and at least 20 cm above the coffee maker. Never install the appliance in environ- 5.3 ments where the temperature may 0 reach 0C or lower (the appliance may be damaged if the water freezes). Important! If the coffee machine is brought into a warm room from a cold environment, wait about two hours before switching on!
To always be sure of obtaining a rich coffee with a full aroma, you should: change the water in the water tank daily, wash the water tank at least once a week in normal washing-up water (not in the dishwasher). Then rinse with fresh water.
Filling the coffee bean container
Raise the lid of the coffee bean container, and fill the container with fresh coffee beans (Fig. 7). Then reclose the lid.
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Note! Do not put frozen or caramelised coffee beans in the bean container. Use only roasted coffee beans! Make sure that no foreign objects, such as small stones, enter the coffee bean container. Blocking or damage caused by foreign objects in the grinder might be excluded from the guarantee. When the cup contains about 30 ml of water, the symbols and start flashing. 0 Turn the steam knob clockwise (Fig. 10) as far as it will go, to the position , to stop the water running out. The symbol flashes for a few seconds and the appliance switches itself off. 0 Fill the coffee bean container with coffee beans; see Filling the coffee bean container, page 35.
The grinder is factory-set to a medium grinding texture. If necessary, you can change this setting. Notes on changing the grinder setting can be found in 5.5 Setting the grinding texture, page 42. The grinder setting may be changed only while coffee is being ground. Making adjustments to the stationary grinder can damage the coffee machine. Coffee has been used to factory-test the appliance, and it is therefore completely normal for there to be traces of coffee in the mill. This appliance is however guaranteed to be new.
Switching on the machine
Each time before switching on, make sure there is water in the water tank and replenish if necessary. The machine requires water for the automatic rinsing cycles that are carried out each time the appliance is switched on or off. 0 Switch the machine on with the "On/ Off" key (Fig. 11).
Switching on for the first time
When you operate the machine for the 3 first time, the coffee machine has to be vented. Switch on the machine with the main switch on the rear of the machine (Fig. 8). If the main switch is switched on for the very first time, all symobls in the display come on for a few seconds for a check, then the symbols and are flashing. Fill the water tank; see Filling with water, page 35. 5.6 Replace the water tank (Fig. 6). Press 0 the tank firmly in, to ensure that the water tank valve opens. Move the steam nozzle outwards and place a cup underneath it (Fig. 9). Turn the knob for steam and hot water 3 anticlockwise as far as it will go to the position (Fig. 10). Water runs out of the steam nozzle. The symbols and are on steady.
Immediately after being switched on the machine runs through a set-up cycle. The noises occurring are perfectly normal. During the heating-up phase (approx. 120 seconds) the symbol flashes. During pre-heating, the appliance performs an automatic rinse cycle (a little hot water runs out of the spouts and is collected in the drip tray beneath). When pre-heating is complete, the symbol remains constantly on. The coffee machine is now ready to use. The symbols shown on the display depend on the last coffee mode that was selected.
Switching off the machine
Switch the machine off with the "On/ Off" key (Fig. 11). The symbol flashes. The machine carries out a rinsing cycle and turns off. If the coffee machine is not used for a longer period of time, it automatically switches off for economy reasons after 3 hours.
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If you will not be using the machine for a longer period of time, after switching off the "On/Off" key , you should also switch off the main switch at the back (Fig. 8). The symbols "P and come on. Furthermore 3 small symbols above the , and buttons come on to show the present function of these buttons, see Special mode, page 35. 0 Confirm the selection with the "OK" key (Fig. 5). The display indicates the current setting. The hardness levels are indicated as follows: Hardness level 1 Hardness level 2 Hardness level 3 Hardness level Then press the scrolling keys "<" or ">" (Fig. 5) until the determined hardness level is displayed. 0 Confirm the selection with the "OK" key (Fig. 5). This hardness level is now programmed. To cancel without storing the setting, press "P instead of "OK. If "OK" is not pressed, after about 120 sec., the appliance returns automatically to the coffee mode without storing the settings. 0 To return to the coffee mode, then press the "P" key (Fig. 4) or wait about 120 sec. for the machine to automatically return to the coffee mode.
Setting the water hardness
After putting the machine into operation for the first time, or when using a different water quality, you should set the machine to the water hardness level corresponding to the local water hardness. You can use the enclosed test strip to determine the water hardness, or contact your local water supply company. Determining water hardness 0 Dip the test strip in cold water for around 1 second. Shake off the excess water, and gauge the hardness by means of the pink bands. No pink bands or one pink band: Hardness level 1, soft up to 1.24 mmol/l, or up to 7 German hardness, or up to 12.6 French hardness Two pink bands: Hardness level 2, medium hard up to 2.5 mmol/l, or up to 14 German hardness, or up to 25.2 French hardness Three pink bands: Hardness level 3, hard up to 3.7 mmol/l, or up to 21 German hardness, or up to 37.8 French hardness Four pink bands: Hardness level 4, very hard over 3.7 mmol/l or over 21 German hardness, or over 37.8 French hardness Setting and saving the water hardness level You can set 4 hardness levels. The coffee machine is factory-set to hardness level 4. 0 With the machine switched on, press the "P" key (Fig. 4).
Making coffee with beans
The following process for making coffee with beans runs completely automatically: Grinding, portioning, pressing, pre-brewing, brewing and ejection of the coffee grounds. The facility to select the grinding texture and the quantity of coffee to be ground allows you to individually set up the coffee machine to suit your own personal taste.
Ensure that you use only pure coffee beans with no caramelised or aromatised additives. Do not use frozen beans.
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Depending on your taste, select a "short" espresso or a "long" milky coffee. 0 To choose the required cup size, turn the knob for "Cup size" (Fig. 12). The selected cup size will be indicated. The cup sizes are indicated as follows: espresso cup small cup medium cup large cup mug You can also choose coffee with an extra-mild, mild, normal, strong or extra-strong strength. 0 To choose the required strength, turn the knob for "Coffee strength selection" (Fig 13). The selected coffee strength will be indicated. waste coffee container. During this time, the symbol "1 cup" or "2 cups" flashes. 0 You can stop the delivery of coffee prematurely at any time, by briefly pressing the key for "1 cup" or "2 cups" , or by turning the knob for "Cup size" (Fig. 12) anti-clockwise towards the "Espresso cup position. 0 As soon as delivery is complete, to increase the quantity of coffee, simply press and hold the key for "1 cup" or "2 cups" until the desired quantity is reached, or turn the knob for "Cup size" (Fig. 12) clockwise towards the "Mug position (this operation must be performed immediately after the coffee is dispensed and before the coffee grounds are ejected into the waste coffee container). After a few seconds, when the flashing symbol "1 cup" or "2 cups" goes off, the appliance is ready for use again and you can make another coffee.
The coffee strength is indicated as follows: extra-mild mild normal strong extra-strong 0 Place one or two cups under the coffee dispensing spouts (Fig. 14). The dispenser can be slid up or down, to match the height of your cup/mug to reduce heat loss and coffee splashes (Fig. 15). 0 Press the key for "1 cup" to make one cup, or the key for "2 cups" to make 2 cups. The symbol "1 cup" or "2 cups" comes on. The appliance now grinds the beans. In the coffee-making process, the ground coffee is first of all wetted with a small quantity of water for pre-brewing. Following a short pause, the actual brewing process commences. The coffee is dispensed into the cup. When the desired quantity of coffee has been dispensed, the appliance automatically stops delivering the coffee and ejects the grounds into the
If the coffee is delivered a drop at a time or not at all, or the coffee is delivered too fast and is not creamy enough, you should change the grinding setting; see Setting the grinding texture, page 42. If the symbols and are flashing, the coffee is ground too fine. You should change the grinding setting; see Setting the grinding texture, page 42. If the symbol comes on the water tank must be refilled or the appliance will not make coffee. (It is normal for there still to be some water left in the tank when the symbol is displayed). If the symbol comes on the waste coffee container is full and must be emptied and cleaned; see Emptying the waste coffee container, page 44. Until the waste coffee container has been cleaned, the appliance continues to display the symbol and cannot make coffee.
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Never remove the water tank whilst the machine is delivering coffee. If it is removed, the appliance will not be able to make any more coffee. To vent the appliance, turn the knob for steam and hot water anticlockwise as far as it will go, to the setting, and run off water from the steam nozzle for a few seconds. When using the appliance for the first time, at least 4-5 cups of coffee need to be made before the appliance starts to yield satisfactory results. for pouring (Fig. 17). The dispenser must be slid up fully to allow the jug to be pushed in. One of the symbols for the jug function comes on, depending on the number of cups selected the last time the jug function was used. Also the scrolling keys "<" and ">" are illuminated. The numbers of cups to be dispensed into the thermos jug are indicated as follows: 4 cups cups cups cups 0 Check that the water tank is full, the bean container has enough coffee beans, and the waste coffee container is empty in order to allow the preparation of a series of coffees for the jug.
Tips for making hotter coffee
When you turn the appliance on, if you want to make a short coffee (less than 60 ml), use the hot rinsethrough water to preheat the cups. Set a higher coffee temperature; see Setting the coffee temperature, page 43. Unless they have been pre-heated, do not use cups that are too thick, as they will absorb too much heat. Use cups that have been pre-heated by rinsing them with hot water or by leaving them for at least 20 minutes on the heated cup rack (H) with the coffee machine on.
Making several cups of coffee with the jug function
This function allows you to make several cups of coffee completely automatically, which are poured into the stainless steel thermos jug that is supplied: Grinding, portioning, pressing, pre-brewing, brewing and ejection of the coffee grounds are as described in the previous section. 0 Turn the lid of the stainless steel thermos jug to the position for removal (Fig. 16), and take the lid off the jug. Rinse both the lid and the thermos jug. 0 Place the thermos jug under the coffee dispenser (D), with the lid in position
Make sure that no ground coffee has remained in the filler, and that no foreign objects enter the filler. The ground coffee filler is not a storage container. The ground coffee must be fed directly into the brewing unit. 0 Turn the "Coffee strength / Pre-ground coffee" knob (Fig. 20) to the desired position (for 1 cup) or (for 2 cups) to select the pre-ground coffee function. This disables the coffee mill function. One symbol (for 1 cup) or both symbols (for 2 cups) are illuminated. 0 Open the lid of the ground coffee filler, and scoop in the fresh ground coffee (Fig. 21). Use only the supplied measuring spoon. Never add more than 2 level measured scoops, otherwise either the appliance will not make the coffee, the ground coffee will be dispersed inside the appliance, dirtying it, or the coffee will be delivered drop by drop and the symbols and are flashing. Do not add ground coffee during the brewing process. Only put in ground coffee for the next cup when the
If the filler shaft is blocked (due to moisture inside the appliance, or because more than 2 measuring scoops of pre-ground coffee have been used), use a knife or a spoon handle to push the coffee down (Fig. 22). Then remove the brewing unit and clean it and the appliance as described in the section Cleaning the brewing unit, page 44". 0 Close the lid. 0 To choose the required cup size, turn the knob for "Cup size" (Fig. 12) as described in the section Making coffee with beans, page 37. 0 Press the key for "1 cup" to make one cup, or the key for "2 cups" to make 2 coffees. The coffee is prepared.
If the pre-ground coffee function for 1 cup has been selected and the ground coffee has not been filled into the ground coffee filler, after pressing the button the symbols and are flashing. If the pre-ground coffee function for 2 cups has been selected and the ground coffee has not been filled into the ground coffee filler, after pressing the button the symbols and are flashing. Once the coffee has been prepared, to go back to making coffee using beans, turn the "Coffee strength / Pre-ground coffee" knob (Fig. 20) to any coffee strength setting (the coffee mill is enabled for operation again).
The milk should be cold. You should also use a cold mug, preferably a stainless steel one, which should not be 9.1 rinsed beforehand in hot water. 0 Swing out the steam nozzle and hold the mug under the steam nozzle so that the nozzle opening is just immersed in the milk (Fig. 24).
Caution! Danger of scalding from hot milk spray! Switch the steam off before removing the mug with the frothed milk. 0 Exit the steam mode by pressing the "Steam" key (Fig. 23) or wait approx. 120 sec. for the machine to automatically return to the coffee mode. Now the machine is once again ready for making coffee. 0 Each time you have frothed milk, let off some hot water through the nozzle for a short time by turning the knob for steam and hot water (Fig. 10) to the position. This is necessary to prevent milk residues drying inside the nozzle, and thereby blocking it. Use a suitable container to catch the water. During this process the symbol comes on. 0 Then return the knob to the position ; the last selected coffee setting is shown in the display.
Cleaning the steam nozzle
Important: To guarantee hygiene, you are recommended to follow this procedure each time you make frothed milk, to avoid milk stagnating in the nozzle.
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0 Turn the knob for steam and hot water clockwise as far as it will go to the position. Wait a couple of minutes for the steam nozzle to cool down. 0 Then with one hand hold the swivel pipe handle firm and with the other disengage the bayonet connection of the steam nozzle by turning it slightly clockwise. Remove the steam nozzle by pulling it downwards (Fig. 25). 0 Remove the inner part of the steam nozzle from the swivel pipe by pulling it downwards. 0 Carefully wash the steam nozzle and the inner part in warm water. 0 Make sure the two holes shown in fig. 26 are not blocked. If necessary, pierce them with a pin and clean them. 0 Replace the inner part by pushing it slightly upwards onto the swivel pipe. 0 Replace the steam nozzle by pushing it upwards and turning it anticlockwise.
Setting the grinding texture
The appliance is preset to grind to a medium texture. If you find that coffee delivery is either too fast or too slow (in drips), the grinding texture can be adjusted during the grinding process.
Preparing hot water
Caution! Before cleaning, switch off the coffee machine and allow it to cool down. Note! Never put the coffee machine or separate parts of the coffee machine in the dishwasher. Never immerse the coffee maker in water. Note! Never put water in the coffee bean container, as this would damage the grinder.
To cancel without storing the setting, press "P instead of "OK. If "OK" is not pressed, after about 120 sec. the appliance returns automatically to the coffee mode without storing the setting. 0 To return to the coffee mode, press the "P" key (Fig. 4) or wait about 120 sec. for the machine to return automatically to the coffee mode.
Do not use any abrasive, scouring or corrosive cleaning materials. Wipe the inside and outside of the case only with a damp cloth. Remove the water tank daily (Fig. 6) and discard any remaining water. Rinse out the water tank with fresh water. Use fresh water every day. Empty the waste coffee container daily or at the latest when the display prompts you to do so; see Emptying the waste coffee container, page 44. Regularly drain the drip tray. This can be done at any time, but must be done when the red drip tray float (Fig. 28) appears through the opening in the drip grid. 0 Regularly (at least once per week) clean the water tank (N), drip tray (O), drip grid (A) and waste coffee container (Q) with warm water, a mild washing up liquid and possibly a brush. 0 Each time the machine is used for frothing, remove the steam nozzle and clean off any milk residues, see Cleaning the steam nozzle, page 41. 0 Check that the holes in the coffee dispenser are not blocked. To unblock them, scrape any dry coffee residues away with a needle (Fig. 29).
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13.2 Emptying the waste coffee container
The appliance counts the number of coffees made. Every 14 single coffees (or 7 doubles) the symbol comes on 3 to indicate that the waste coffee container is full and must be emptied and cleaned. Until the waste coffee container has been cleaned, the appliance cannot make coffee. To clean it, unlock and open the service door by pushing the respective button (Fig. 30), the symbol comes on. 0 Then remove the drip tray (Fig. 31), and empty and clean it. 0 Empty the waste coffee container and clean it thoroughly, making sure that 0 all residues deposited on the bottom are removed. Important: Each time you pull out the drip tray, the waste coffee container must also be emptied, even if it is not completely full. If this is not done, when coffee is next made, the grounds in the container may exceed the maxi13.4 mum level and block the appliance. 0 Remove any remaining coffee beans (you could use the vacuum cleaner with the hose or crevice tool attachment for this). If a foreign object is impossible to remove, contact the Customer Service Centre. Blocking or damage caused by foreign objects in the grinder might be excluded from the guarantee. Caution! Risk of injury from the moving grinder. Never switch the coffee machine on when you are working on the grinder. This can lead to severe injuries. Before starting work, ensure that the machine is unplugged from the mains socket. Use a small quantity of coffee beans to test the proper operation of the grinder by making a cup of coffee. The first time the grinder is used, or after cleaning, less ground coffee will enter the brewing unit, because the channel first has to be filled. This can influence the first cup of coffee.
Running the descaling program
The descaling program allows you to descale your coffee machine simply and effectively. The coffee machine must be descaled when you are instructed to do so by the symbol coming on. Important: Do not under any circumstances use any descalers which are not recommended by AEG/Electrolux. If other descaling agents are used, AEG/ Electrolux accepts no liability for any damage. You can obtain descaling liquid from specialist retailers or from the AEG/Electrolux Service Line.
The descaling process takes about 45 minutes and should not be interrupted. In the event of a power failure or interruption, the program must be restarted! Before starting the descaling program, clean the brewing unit (refer to Cleaning the brewing unit, page 44). Press the "P" key (Fig. 4). The symbols "P and come on. Furthermore 3 small symbols above the , and buttons come on to show the present function of these buttons, see Special mode, page Press the scrolling keys "<" or ">" (Fig. 5) until the symbol is illuminated. 0 Confirm with the "OK" key (Fig. 5). The symbols and are flashing and "P is steady on.
To cancel the descaling program at this point, switch the machine off with the "On/ Off" key (Fig. 11).
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0 Empty the water tank, fill the tank with at least 1 liter of water and add the descaling agent. 0 Empty the container with rinsing water. 0 Remove water tank, fill it with fresh water and replace it. The machine is now ready for use and its status is as for the last coffee mode selected.
Note: Make sure descaling agent is splashed onto surfaces sensitive to acid such as marble, limestone and ceramics. Place a container with a minimum capacity of 1.5 litres under the steam nozzle (Fig. 9). Turn the knob for steam and hot water to the position. The descaling program starts and the descaling solution runs out of the steam nozzle. The symbols , and "P are steady on. The descaling programme automatically performs a series of flushes and pauses to remove limescale deposits from inside the coffee maker. After approx. 30 minutes, the water tank will be empty and the symbols and are flashing and "P is steady on. Turn the knob for steam and hot water back to the position. The machine is now ready to be rinsed with fresh water. Remove the water tank and fill it with fresh water and then replace it in the appliance. Empty the container under the steam nozzle and replace it there. Turn the knob for steam and hot water to the position. A rinsing procedure with fresh water is carried out and the rinse water runs out of the steam nozzle. The symbols , and "P are steady on. After a few minutes, the water tank will be empty and the symbols and are flashing and "P is steady on. Turn the knob for steam and hot water back to the position. The symbols as for the last coffee mode selected are shown, and the symbol is steady on.
Problems that can be resolved before calling the Customer Service Centre
If the appliance is not working, the causes of the malfunction can be identified and resolved by referring to chapter What to do if you see the following symbols on the display., page 46. If, on the other hand, no symbol is displayed, run the following checks before calling the Customer Service Centre.
The symbol is on steady This indicates the presence of limescale in the appliance. 0 The descaling procedure, described in the section Running the descaling program, page 45, needs to be performed as soon as possible.
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The coffee is not hot The cups have not been preheated. 0 Pre-heat the cups by rinsing them in hot water or leaving them for at least 20 minutes on the heated cup rack (H) (see Tips for making hotter coffee, page 39). The coffee is not creamy enough The coffee is ground too coarsely. 0 Turn the knob for setting the grinding texture one click anticlockwise whilst the grinder is grinding beans for the preparation of next coffee (see Setting the grinding texture, page 42). Wrong type of coffee. 0 Use a type of coffee for fully automated espresso makers. The coffee runs out too slowly The coffee is ground too finely. 0 Turn the knob for setting grinding texture one click clockwise whilst the grinder is grinding beans for the preparation of next coffee (see Setting the grinding texture, page 42). The coffee runs out too quickly The coffee is ground too coarsely. 0 Turn the knob for setting grinding texture one click anticlockwise whilst the grinder is grinding beans for the preparation of next coffee (see Setting the grinding texture, page 42). The coffee flows out of only one of the dispensers The dispenser holes are blocked. 0 Scrape off the dry coffee residues with a needle (Fig. 29). When the knob for steam and hot water is turned, no steam comes out of the steam nozzle The holes in the steam nozzle and the inner part of the steam nozzle are clogged. 0 Clean the holes in the steam nozzle and the inner part of the steam nozzle (see Cleaning the steam nozzle, page 41). When the or function is selected, the appliance does not deliver coffee, but only water The ground coffee may be blocked in the ground coffee filler. 0 Remove the ground coffee inside the filler using a knife (see Using preground coffee, page 40) (Fig. 22). Then clean the brewing unit and the inside of the appliance (see Cleaning the brewing unit, page 44) When the button is pressed, the appliance does not switch on The main switch at the back is not switched on (fig. 8) or the appliance is not plugged in. 0 Check that the main switch is in the "I position and that the power cable is plugged into the mains socket. The brewing unit cannot be removed for cleaning The appliance is on. The brewing unit can only be removed if the appliance is off. 0 Turn the appliance off and remove the brewing unit (see Cleaning the brewing unit, page 44).
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