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Jura Impressa Z5Jura-Capresso Factory Refurbished Z5
The IMPRESSA Z5 features an eight pre-set beverage buttons. All your coffee drinks are now just one push button away: Cappuccino, Latte, hot chocolate, hot tea, one or two cups of ristretto, espresso, caf̩ lungo, or large cups of crema coffee.

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Brand: Capresso
Part Number: 13214
UPC: 794151410145

 

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RESEARCH before purchase!!!!! My husband and I were sold on this machine about 3 years ago from trying the espresso from it at William Sonoma.
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Great service from Jura Capresso I have owned this machine for 1 year and use it every day. Quality and convenience is superior.

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Order Form for Parts & Accessories
JURA-CAPRESSO Impressa Z5 / Z6
Automatic Coffee & Espresso Center Please send (or fax 201-767-9684) this form to: Jura-Capresso Inc., PO Box 775, CLOSTER, NJ 07624 or call 1-800-220-5701 or order through www.capresso.com
Part # Description Price* Qty Total $*
JURA-CAPRESSO Impressa E7,E8,E9,F7
Automatic Coffee & Espresso Center Please send (or fax 201-767-9684) this form to: Jura-Capresso LLC, PO Box 775, CLOSTER, NJ 07624 or call 1-800-220-5701 or order through www.capresso.com
Cleaning Tablets (one tablet after 200 cups of coffee)
tablets, blister pack $17.50

tablets, blister pack

water) No decalcifying necessary!

$15.00

~2,500 oz. of
CLEARYL Filter Cartridge (chapter 23 and 24 operating instr.)
1 cartridge $21.cartridges $41.cartridges $59.50 Extension Rod for Filter Cartridge $3.00 Decalc. Tablets (3 tablets per decalc cycle; chapt 29 oper. Instr.) 61848.1 1-pack with 9 tablets 61848.2 2-packs with 18 tablets Auto-Cappuccino Cleaner ml bottle (16 applications) Replacement Parts Bean container safety lid Water Tank complete with handle Used Coffee Container Tray Drawer Stainless Steel Grid / Z5 Chrome pltd zinc die-cast Grid / Z6 Dial Component complete Dual Nozzle short Dual Nozzle long Flexible hose w. nipple St St thermal Milk Cont. compl $15.50 $27.00 $10.64553.2 64553.3 1153.1
CLEARYL Filter Cartridge (one cartridge cleans 75 liters =
64553 64553.2 64553.3 61848.1 61848.cartridge 2 cartridges 3 cartridges 6 tablets in one blister pack 12 tablets in two blister packs $18.00 $35.00 $51.00 $12.00 $20.00
Replacement Parts $6.00 $43.00 $6.00 $25.00 $39.00 $15.00 $105.00 $36.00 $25.00 $28.00 $3.00 $98.00
Total Merchandise Amount New Jersey residents add 7% sales tax
Plus fixed Shipping & Handling Charge within Continental US
Total Merchandise Amount New Jersey residents add 6% sales tax $6.95
TOTAL AMOUNT Check enclosed, payable to JURA-CAPRESSO Inc. or charge to:
___AMEX ___VISA ___MasterCard
TOTAL AMOUNT Check enclosed, payable to JURA-CAPRESSO LLC or charge to:
Card No: Exp. Date: / Signature:
Tel #: Attention: If the Ship-to-address below is not the same as your credit card address please attach your credit address separately. Ship-to-address. Send this order to (please print clearly): Name: Address: City: State / ZIP
122910 *all prices are in US $
Tel #: Attention: If the Ship-to-address below is not the same as your credit card address please attach you credit address separately. Ship-to-address. Send this order to (please print clearly): Name: Address: City: State / ZIP

*all prices are in US $

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Impressa Z5
Fully Automatic Coffee & Espresso Center with Clearyl Water Care System Operating Instructions and Warranty
Customer Service 1-800-220-5701

65349R

IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following: 1. Read all instructions. 2. Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs. 3. To protect against fire, electric shock and personal injury, do not immerse cord, plugs or appliance in water or other liquids. 4. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children. 5. Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Allow it to cool before putting on or taking off parts, and before cleaning the appliance. 6. Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions, or has been damaged in any manner. Return appliance to the nearest authorized service facility for examination, repair or adjustment. 7. The use of accessory attachments not recommended by the appliance manufacturer may result in fire, electric shock, or personal injury. 8. Do not use outdoors. 9. Do not let the cord hang over the edge of a table or counter, or touch hot surfaces. 10. Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven. 11. Always attach plug to appliance first, then plug cord into
wall outlet. To disconnect, turn any control to off then remove plug from wall outlet. 12. Do not use appliance for other than intended use. 13. Use extreme caution when disposing hot steam. 14. For household use only.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS SPECIAL CORD SET INSTRUCTIONS
Regarding your cord set: A. A short power-supply cord (or detachable power-supply cord) is to be provided to reduce risks resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord. B. Longer detachable power-supply or extension cords are available and may be used if care is exercised in their use. C. If a long detachable power-supply cord or extension cord is used, 1) The marked electrical rating of the detachable powersupply cord or extension cord should be at least as great as the electrical rating of the appliance, 2) If the appliance is of the grounded type, the extension cord should be a rounding type 3-wire cord, and 3) The longer cord should be arranged so that it will not drape over the counter-top or table-top where it can be pulled on by children or tripped over.
Notice: Your Impressa Z5 has a 3-prong grounded plug. To reduce the risk of electrical shock this plug will fit in an outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit in the outlet contact a qualified electrician. DO NOT modify the plug in any way.

JURA-CAPRESSO

Jura was founded in 1931 in Switzerland. Capresso was founded in 1994 in the USA. Both companies have joined forces in the US to bring you the finest Fully Automatic Coffee Centers available anywhere. With innovative and user-friendly features, high quality materials, clear instructions and superb customer service, we are sure you will experience the best coffee, espresso, cappuccino or latte you have ever had. We hope you will enjoy your new Fully Automatic Coffee Center and will recommend it to your friends. For more information about our products visit our website www.capresso.com. Michael Kramm, President

CAUTION

This appliance is for household and commercial use. Any servicing other than cleaning and user maintenance should be performed by an authorized service representative. Do not immerse base in water or try to disassemble. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not remove the base. No user serviceable parts inside. Repair should be done by authorized service personnel only. Check voltage to be sure that the voltage indicated on the name plate agrees with your voltage. Never use warm or hot water to fill the water container! Use cold water only! Keep your hands and the cord away from hot parts of the appliance during operation. Never clean with scouring powders or hard implements.

Customer Service

1-800-220-5701
Mon-Thu 9AM 9PM Fri 9AM 8PM Sat 9AM 5PM Eastern Standard Time. email: contact@capresso.com Jura-Capresso LLC. 81 Ruckman Road, Closter, NJ 07624 201-767-3999 Fax: 201-767-9684 Website: www.capresso.com

Fig. 1

18. 17. 19. 16.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6. 15. 14. 7. 8.
9. 12. 13. 10. 11. a b c d a. Measuring scoop b. Cleaning tablets c. Water hardness indicator strip d. Clearyl Water cartridge* (unpacked)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.
Cover lid (spring loaded) Bean container safety lid (Fig. 4) Bean container Operating panel (Fig. 3) Dual coffee spout (adjustable height) Hot water spout Cup illumination (behind coffee spouts) Used coffee container Removable tray Stainless steel grid Removable drawer Thermal milk container Auto cappuccino system Main power switch (Fig. 3a) Water tank Water tank lid Lid for ground coffee (Fig. 4) Grind fineness selector (Fig. 4) Lid for service connector
Fig. 2 8. Used Coffee Container 9. Tray 10. Grid 11. Drawer
* Attention: The Water Filter Cartridge should be in a pouch.
If your machine comes with the cartridge installed, it is not a new machine! Call customer service 1-800-220-5701.

On/Off

Rotary Dial

Rinse Main power switch

COFFEE READY
Cappuccino Special Hot Latte Coffee Water

Fig. 3

Dual Fixed Spouts
1-Cup 2-Cup 1-Cup 2-Cup Espresso Coffee

Fig. 3a

Lid for ground coffee
Grind selector Bean container safety lid

Venting tip

Dial Component

Fig. 4

Fig. 5

Fig. 5a

Fig. 5b
Milk & Froth (Cappuccino) Milk only (Latte)
Elbow hose fits inside straight hose

Milk Nozzle

Steam only (Rinsing) Coffee Nozzle

Fig. 5c

Fig. 5d

Fig. 5e

Fig. 5f

Fig. 6

x Fig. 9 Fig. 10

Fig. 6a

Fig. 7

Fig. 8

Fig. 11

Fig. 12

Fig. 13

Fig. 14

Fig. 15

Table of Contents

Chapter Page Chapter Page
Important Safeguards...2 Jura-Capresso / Address Information..3 Illustrations...47 1. 2. 3. Product Warranty Registration..10 Operating Instructions / Customer Service.10 WELCOME TO THE IMPRESSA Z5.10 a. "Crema Coffee" and Pressure Brewing..10 b. Different Coffee Drinks..11 c. Coffee Facts...11 4. 5. 6. Please Don't / Please Do..11 Factory Settings..12 PREPARING MACHINE FOR THE FIRST TIME.12 a. Filling the Water Tank..12 b. Filling the Bean Container..12 c. Turning the Machine On..13 7. 8. Adjusting the Grinder...14 DAILY PREPARATION..14
9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

One-Touch Beverage Buttons..14 Brewing Coffee and Espresso..14 Overriding Strength and Cup Size during Brewing.15 Auto Cappuccino System..15 Cappuccino and Latte..16 Overriding the Cappuccino Settings..16 Hot Milk and Hot Chocolate..17 Special Coffee Button..17 Cappuccino Rinsing Cycle..17 Cappuccino Cleaning Cycle.18 Cleaning the Dial Component..18 Using Pre-Ground Coffee..19 Using Hot Water...19 Water Care...19 Clearyl Water Filter Cartridge.20 a Installing and Activating the Clearyl Cartridge.20 b. Replacing the Clearyl Cartridge.20
Water Hardness Monitor...21 a. Changing the Water Hardness Monitor..22
26.10 Information...28 26.11 Renaming..28 26.12 Language Selection..28 26.13 Display Settings..29 27. Care and Maintenance Messages.29
Changing Pre-Set Cup Sizes..22
25.1 1- and 2-Cup Buttons: Special Cup Button.22 25.2 Cappuccino Button..22 25.3 Milk Button..23 25.4 Hot Water Button..23 26. Programming / Maintenance..23
27.1 Fill Water Tank..29 27.2 Fill Beans..29 27.3 Bean Cover Missing..29 27.4 Empty Coffee Grounds...29 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35.
26.1 Maintenance Programs...24 26.2 Temperature...24 26.3 Coffee Strengths / Aroma..25 26.4 Cappuccino Programming.25 26.5 Milk Programming..25 26.6 Energy Saving Settings...26 26.7 Actual Time...26 26.8 Auto-On...27 26.9 Auto-Off...27
Tablet Cleaning Process..30 Decalcifying Process..31 Emptying System Before Transport..32 Tips for Better Coffee..32 Troubleshooting..32 Error Messages..33 Maintenance Supplies..34 Limited Warranty..34
1. PRODUCT WARRANTY REGISTRATION Please read the enclosed product registration form now. Fill it out and mail or fax it to us within two weeks after purchasing your machine or register online through our website: www.capresso.com. Important: This registration is part of your warranty (chapter 35). 2. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS / CUSTOMER SERVICE Thank you for choosing this Jura-Capresso product. Please study these Operating Instructions carefully before using your new machine. We highly recommend viewing the enclosed DVD. Select Z5. Also included is a Quick Reference Guide. Keep it next to your machine until you are familiar with all functions. For further information please call our TOLL FREE number: 1-800-220-5701, Mon-Fri 9AM 9PM & Sat 9AM 5PM Eastern Standard Time. If you call at any other time please leave a message including your telephone number and a time you can be reached. You can send us a FAX at: 201-767-9684 or EMAIL us at contact@capresso.com. Please note: if you lose your Operating Instructions or the Quick Reference Guide, you can download a printable copy from our website www.capresso.com. 3. WELCOME TO THE IMPRESSA Z5 This fully automatic coffee/espresso/cappuccino center is completely programmable and extremely user friendly. Your Impressa Z5 prepares a cup of cappuccino or latte at a push of a button without moving your cup, it brews one or two cups of crema coffee or espressos at a time, it produces unlimited amounts of

is no need to pull out the drawer unless you see the message EMPTY GROUNDS (chapter 27.4). Please note: You can always stop the brewing process by pressing the Rotary Dial or any of the eight beverage buttons. This will not affect the pre-set values. 11. OVERRIDING STRENGTH AND CUP SIZE DURING BREWING. With the Z5s override feature you are always able to change certain settings just before brewing without affecting the pre-set values. This is a great feature if you are in the mood for a different kind of coffee which is not programmed. (For changing pre-set values see chapter 25 and 26). For the four coffee buttons on the right side, you can override the strength and the coffee volume. COFFEE READY First turn the Rotary Dial. It will display five different strength settings XMILD, MILD, NORMAL, STRONG, XSTRONG. Select the one you like and then push one of the four coffee buttons. Once you pushed the coffee button, the display will again show the strength setting you just selected. You can now change the coffee volume. Turn the Rotary Dial and the display will show the coffee volume in oz. Turn the dial until the desired volume is set. Please note: When you select a different strength you must push one of the coffee buttons within the next 3 seconds, otherwise the Z5 reverts back to COFFEE READY. Please note: When you push one of the double cup buttons and you change the volume, the display will always show the volume
per cup, e.g. if you choose 7 oz. the Z5 will actually brew a total of 14 oz. Example: The 1-cup Espresso button is programmed to STRONG and approx. 1.5 OZ. Assume you want to use this button to make a MILD 4 oz. cup. COFFEE READY Turn the Rotary Dial until the display shows MILD, push the 1-cup Espresso button. The Z5 starts grinding and displays MILD. When it starts brewing, turn the Rotary Dial until the display shows 4.0 OZ. The next time you use the 1-cup Espresso button it will produce the pre-set value STRONG, 1.5 oz. 12. AUTO CAPPUCCINO SYSTEM The three buttons on the left side of the operating panel produce beverages which are brewed through the Auto Cappuccino System (Fig. 1,13). We recommend watching the DVD. The Auto Cappuccino System has the following components: Dual fixed spouts coming out of the machine, (Fig. 5). Dial Component with the small removable venting tip (Fig. 5a). The removable Dual Nozzle system. The long system is already attached to the machine. If you use tall cups or glasses you can replace the long Dual Nozzle System with a shorter one (Fig. 5b). It is included in the Welcome Pack. The nozzle that is positioned closer to the machine will deliver coffee, this is called the Coffee Nozzle (Fig. 5e). The nozzle in the front will deliver hot steamed and frothed milk, this is called the Milk Nozzle (Fig. 5e).

16. SPECIAL COFFEE BUTTON COFFEE READY Place a cup under the Auto Cappuccino System. Make sure the long or the short nozzle system is installed. Push the SPECIAL COFFEE button (Fig. 3). The Z5 will brew a cup coffee from the back nozzle and will stop automatically. This button is useful if you want to create special milk drinks that are not pre-set with any of the other buttons. As explained in chapter 11, you can change the strength and the volume for this button, just before brewing. 17. CAPPUCCINO RINSING CYCLE CAPPU RINSE Ten minutes after using the milk or the cappuccino buttons, the display will show the messages CAPPU RINSE, COFFEE READY, CAPPU RINSE and so on. At the same time the Rinse Button will illuminate. Place a cup underneath the Auto Cappuccino System. Turn the Dial all the way down to the steam position (Fig. 5f). Push the rinse button. CAPPUCCINO RINSING. For a few seconds the Z5 will push hot water through the Dual Nozzle System to remove any milk deposits. COFFEE READY Turn the selector switch back to the Cappuccino or Latte position. Please note: If the CAPPU RINSE message appears and you do not plan to use the milk or cappuccino button within the next few minutes, we highly recommend to run this rinse cycle without delay. Warm milk inside the dual nozzle will deteriorate within a short period of time and milk fats can create foul smells. Please note: You can also perform a cappuccino rinsing cycle manually using maintenance menu (chapter 26.1).
Please note: When you are finished using the cappuccino feature for the day please proceed as follows: a. Remove the Thermal Milk container and place in the refrigerator. b. Remove the flexible hose on both ends and clean with hot water. c. Pull off the Dial component and the Dual Nozzle and rinse under warm water. 18. CAPPUCCINO CLEANING CYCLE Milk contains fatty acids. Hot water alone may not always remove milk fats completely. If you use the cappuccino feature frequently or if you use the Z5 for commercial purposes we highly recommend to perform this cleaning cycle daily. It will take less than two minutes. Please note: the Z5 will not prompt you to run this special cycle. You need to activate the cycle through the maintenance menu. One bottle of the solution is enclosed with your Z5. It will last for approximately 20 cleaning cycles. For additional supplies see chapter 34. COFFEE READY Fill a container with approx. 6 oz. of water and add one cap of the Cappuccino Cleaner (15ML or 1/2 oz.). Connect the long hose to the Dial component and insert the other end into the container with the cleaning liquid (Fig. 15). Make sure that the Dial points to the Latte or Frothing position (not the steaming position!) (Fig. 5f). Place a container which can hold at least 12 oz. under the Dual Nozzle System. Push and hold the Rotary Dial until you hear a beep. The display shows FILTER. Turn the Rotary Dial until the display shows MAINTENANCE. Push the Rotary Dial to confirm that you want to go into the

MAINTENANCE section. Turn the Rotary Dial. It will offer you a choice of the following maintenance programs: RINSE UNIT CAPPUCCINO CLEANING CLEAN UNIT CAPPUCCINO RINSING DECALCIFY UNIT EXIT Select CAPPUCCINO CLEANING and push the Rotary Dial. The Rinse Button will illuminate. CLEANER FOR CAPPUCCINO PRESS BUTTON. Since we have added the cleaner already, Press the Rinse Button. The Z5 will siphon the cleaning solution through the Milk Nozzle. It will run two short cycles and it will stop. WATER FOR CAPPUCCINO PRESS BUTTON. Remove the container with the cleaning solution and fill with fresh clean water (about 6 oz.) Replace and insert the hose. The rinse button illuminates. Press the Rinse Button. The Z5 will run one short fresh water cycle through the Milk Nozzle and the display will return to COFFEE READY. 19. CLEANING THE DIAL COMPONENT We recommend to regularly disassemble the Dial Component and rinse under warm water (Fig. 5a). Make sure the venting tip (Fig. 5a) is always clean and free of milk deposits. NOTE: Should you lose the venting tip, you will find a spare one included in the Welcome Pack.
20. USING PRE-GROUND COFFEE You can also use pre-ground coffee, bypassing the grinder. This comes in handy if someone requests decaf coffee or a decaf cappuccino. You can also use the pre-ground funnel for ground flavored coffee. Please note: Never fill the funnel with instant coffee. Do not fill the funnel with more than two scoops. The funnel is not a storage container. If coffee is ground too fine it might be processed very slowly or the Z5 will interrupt the process altogether. COFFEE READY Place one or two cups under the Dual Coffee Spouts or the Auto Cappuccino System. Open the Cover Lid and then open the Lid for Ground Coffee (Fig. 4). Opening this lid automatically disengages the grinder. The display shows PRE-GROUND FILL POWDER. Add one or two level scoops of pre-ground coffee into the funnel and close the lid Fig. 12). The display shows PRE-GROUND SELECT PRODUCT. Push any of the six coffee producing buttons. The Z5 will brew the selected beverage. During brewing you can still change the coffee volume by turning the Rotary Dial. COFFEE READY Please note: If you inadvertently opened the lid for the coffee funnel, just close it. The Z5 will detect that there is no coffee in the funnel. The display will show PRE-GROUND NOT ENOUGH and will return to COFFEE READY. Please note: After use of sugar coated or flavored coffee through the pre-ground coffee funnel you may experience some flavor transfer when switching back to your regular coffee. Select

the program RINSE UNIT in the maintenance section to run some hot water through the coffee spouts (chapter 26.1) 21. USING HOT WATER The Z5 can produce up to 16 oz. of hot water. This is great if you want to produce a hot cup of tea or instant soup or if you want to add some hot water to your coffee. COFFEE READY Place a cup underneath the Hot Water Spout (Fig. 1,6) Push the Hot Water Button (Fig.3). The display shows HOT WATER PORTION. The pre-set is 6 oz. You can change the hot water volume during brewing by turning the Rotary Dial. You can always stop the hot water output by pushing any of the beverage buttons. 22. WATER CARE Water is heated inside the Z5. With use, this leads to calcium deposits forming inside the machine. With the Z5 you have the following options to take care of the water: Most convenient: Clearyl Water Filter Cartridge (chapter 23). Least expensive: Decalcifying System (chapter 24 and 29). Your Z5 is pre-set in the factory to automatically remind you to decalcify based on a water hardness of 10 DH = 13 grains. You can change the water hardness setting to comply with the water you are using (chapter 24). Please note: The Z5 will automatically remind you when it is necessary to run certain water maintenance programs. It is important that you follow those instructions. Otherwise your Z5 might break down.
23. CLEARYL WATER FILTER CARTRIDGE The machine comes with one Clearyl Water Filter Cartridge. The Clearyl cartridge Reduces the water hardness up to 75%. Removes (if present) up to 85% chlorine, up to 90% lead, up to 95% copper and up to 67% aluminum. Cleans the water through an upward current principle (Fig. 9) just before the brewing cycle starts, ensuring freshly filtered water every time you make coffee. Eliminates decalcifying except when using very hard water (25 grains or higher), see chapter 24. In this case we recommended to decalcify the Z5 once or twice a year. To reorder cartridges, see chapter 34. 23a. INSTALLING & ACTIVATING THE CLEARYL WATER CARTRIDGE Installing: Important: Never install the cartridge before or during "Preparing Machine For The First Time" (chapter 6). Remove cartridge from its bag and rinse cartridge under water. Add the extension rod to the cartridge (Fig.8). Remove the water tank, make sure it is empty. Pull up the cartridge holder and insert the cartridge with its tapered end down (Fig. 10). Make sure it fits securely over the white mesh piece inside the water container. Push down gently (Fig. 11). Close the cartridge holder. Make sure the holder snaps into place. Fill the water tank with fresh cold water and replace.

Activating: You must activate the cartridge otherwise the Z5 cannot monitor it properly and assumes that the machine is still in decalcifying mode. COFFEE READY Push the Rotary Dial until you hear a beep. FILTER NO Push the Rotary Dial again, to enter the FILTER program. Turn the Rotary Dial until the display shows FILTER YES and push the Rotary Dial to confirm. The display shows INSERT FILTER PRESS BUTTON and the Rinse Button illuminates. Place a 20 oz. container under the Auto Cappuccino System. Push and hold the Rinse Button until the display shows FILTER RINS. For the next 90 seconds the Z5 will push water through the cartridge and out through the milk nozzle. Initially, the water may have a slight discoloration. The program will stop automatically. The display shows UNIT IS HEATING and then COFFEE READY. Please note: If your container is not large enough, you can interrupt the activation cycle by simply pressing any beverage button. The display shows PRESS BUTTON and the Rinse Button is still illuminated. Replace the empty container and continue the filter activation by pressing the Rinse Button. Please note: As long as the filter is activated, the water hardness setting is automatically turned off. 23b. REPLACING THE CLEARYL WATER CARTRIDGE The filter is monitored automatically. After approx. 75 liters of water (~2,500 oz.) the display shows COFFEE READY and FILTER-CHANGE. The Rinse Button will light up.
Please note: We recommend to set the time (chapter 26.7). If you have not used 75 liters of water in three months, the filter monitor will indicate that a filter change is necessary. Important: Once the filter has lost its calcium suppressing abilities, calcium will build up inside the machine. Since the Water Hardness Selector is off, the machine will not remind you when to decalcify. This could clog and ruin your machine. Push the Rinse Button. INSERT FILTER PRESS BUTTON. Remove the old filter and set the extension rod aside. The used filter cartridge is environmentally friendly and can be disposed with your regular household trash. Important: Keep the Extension Rod Make sure the water tank is empty. Remove the new cartridge from its bag and rinse under running water. Now install as explained in chapter 23A. Place a 20 oz. container under the Auto Cappuccino System. Push and hold the Rinse Button until the display shows FILTER RINS. For the next 90 seconds the Z5 will push water through the cartridge and out through the milk nozzle. Initially, the water may have a slight discoloration. The program will stop automatically. The display shows UNIT IS HEATING and then COFFEE READY. 24. WATER HARDNESS MONITOR If you do not use the Clearyl Filter Cartridge (chapters 23 23B.) the Z5 will remind you when it is time to perform a decalcifying cycle. The machine is set to medium hard water. If you have harder water you need to set it to a higher level. If you have softer water you can set it to a lower level. If you are not sure about the hardness of your water, ask your local water company for the

25.3 MILK BUTTON You can change the pre-set milk volume. Place a cup underneath the Auto Cappuccino System. COFFEE READY Push and hold the Milk Button until the display reads ENOUGH MILK PRESS BUTTON. Once you have enough frothed milk in your cup push the Milk Button again. The display shows CONFIRMED. COFFEE READY Please note: You can also change the pre-set parameters for the milk button in programming (chapter 26.5) 25.4 HOT WATER BUTTON You can change the pre-set hot water amount. Place a cup underneath the hot water spout. COFFEE READY. Push and hold the Hot Water Button until the display reads ENOUGH WATER PRESS BUTTON. Once you have enough hot water in your cup push the Hot Water Button again. The display shows CONFIRMED. COFFEE READY 26. PROGRAMMING / MAINTENANCE The Z5 provides programming, maintenance and look-up functions. With the display at COFFEE READY you can access these functions as follows: Push and hold the Rotary Dial until you hear a beep and the display shows FILTER. The Z5 offers the following Functions (see adjacent chart) Turn the dial clockwise slowly to scroll through Functions.
Please note: to get back to COFFEE READY, turn the Rotary Dial until the display shows EXIT, then push the Rotary Dial.
Function Display Comment Install and activate the Clearyl Filter Change water hardness (when not using the Clearyl Filter) Chapter 23A 24A
Clearyl Water Filter FILTER NO or FILTER YES Water Hardness HARDNESS (if FILTER is set to YES, this function is suppressed) Maintenance
MAINTENANCE Activate maintenance programs outside the automatic prompts TEMPERATURE Choose for each of the six coffee buttons from three temperature settings AROMA Choose for each of the six coffee buttons from five different strength settings Change the pre-set values for milk time and coffee volume Change the pre-set value for the milk time Choose from three power saving modes

Temperature

Coffee Strength

Cappuccino

CAPPUCCINO

Milk Energy Saving

MILK ENERGY

26.5 26.6

Function Time Auto-On Auto-Off
Display TIME UNIT ON OFF AFTER
Comment Set actual time Choose an auto-on time Choose an auto-off time after last use Check performance and a variety of settings Rename the beverage buttons, the "on" and "off" messages Change the display to another language Choose cup size info. in OZ. to ML. Choose time display in 24HRS or AM/PM mode The only way to get back to COFFEE READY

Chapter 26.7 26.8 26.9

Information

INFORMATION

Renaming display message

RENAME

Push and turn the Rotary Dial to select from the following Maintenance Programs: RINSE UNIT CAPPUCCINO CLEANING CHANGE FILTER (this program will only show up if FILTER is set to YES) CLEAN UNIT CAPPUCCINO RINSING DECALCIFY UNIT. To activate one of the above programs, push the Rotary Dial and follow the instructions on the display. Please note: If you do not select any of the Maintenance Programs, the display will return to COFFEE READY. 26.2 TEMPERATURE You can set the coffee temperature for the Cappuccino Button, the Special Coffee Button and the four coffee buttons on the right side to LOW, NORMAL or HIGH. The factory setting for these buttons is HIGH. The temperature difference between LOW and HIGH is approx. 7 F. Please note: the temperature also depends somewhat on the fineness setting of the grinder (chapter 7). The finer the grind the slower the water will pass through the coffee causing it to get somewhat hotter. Changing the temperature: COFFEE READY Push and hold the Rotary Dial until you hear a beep and the display shows FILTER. Turn the dial until the display shows: TEMPERATURE

Language

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26.1 MAINTENANCE PROGRAMS COFFEE READY Push and hold the Rotary Dial until you hear a beep and the display shows FILTER. Turn the dial until the display shows: MAINTENANCE
a. Push the Rotary Dial. SELECT PRODUCT. b. Push the beverage button for which you want to change the temperature, e.g. the 1-cup Espresso Button. The display shows 1 ESPRESSO HIGH. c. Turn the Rotary Dial and select NORMAL (example). d. Push the Rotary Dial to confirm. CONFIRMED e. TEMPERATURE. To change another beverage button start with a. again. 26.3 COFFEE STRENGTH / AROMA You can set the coffee strength for the Cappuccino Button, the Special Coffee Button and the four coffee buttons on the right side to XMILD, MILD, NORMAL, STRONG, XSTRONG. For factory settings see chapter 5. In XMILD the 1-cup buttons grind for about 4 seconds, in XSTRONG for about 8 seconds. The 2cup buttons grind between 7 and 10 seconds respectively. The minimum amount of coffee to be ground is approx. 5 grams, the maximum approx. 16 grams. Please note: the amount of ground coffee also depends on the fineness settings of the burr grinder. The coarser the setting the more coffee is ground through the burrs. COFFEE READY Push and hold the Rotary Dial until you hear a beep and the display shows FILTER. Turn the dial until the display shows: AROMA a. Push the Rotary Dial. SELECT PRODUCT. b. Push the beverage button for which you want to change the coffee strength, e.g. the 2-cup Coffee Button. The display shows 2 COFFEE NORMAL. c. Turn the Rotary Dial and select XSTRONG.
d. Push the Rotary Dial to confirm. CONFIRMED e. AROMA. To change another beverage button start with a. 26.4 CAPPUCCINO PROGRAMMING Chapter 25.2 explains how to change the pre-sets for milk and the coffee volume while the Z5 is brewing. In programming you can simply change the pre-sets by changing the values shown in the display without making the beverage. COFFEE READY Push and hold the Rotary Dial until you hear a beep and the display shows FILTER. Turn the dial until the display shows: CAPPUCCINO a. Push the Rotary Dial. The display shows MILK 15 SEC b. Turn the Rotary Dial until the desired duration is displayed, e.g. MILK 20 SEC. c. Push the Rotary Dial to confirm. CONFIRMED. Now the display shows COFFEE 3 OZ. d. Turn the Rotary Dial until the desired coffee volume is displayed, e.g. to COFFEE 5 OZ. e. Push the Rotary Dial to confirm. CONFIRMED Now the display shows CAPPUCCINO MILK 20 SEC. f. Turn the Rotary Dial until the display shows EXIT and push the Rotary Dial. COFFEE READY 26.5 MILK PROGRAMMING Chapter 25.3 explains how to change the pre-sets for milk volume while the Z5 is brewing. In programming you can simply change the pre-set by changing the duration shown in the

CONFIRMED and displays UNIT ON and the selected time. f. Turn the Rotary Dial until the display shows EXIT and push the Rotary Dial. COFFEE READY 26.9 AUTO-OFF Your Z5 is pre-set to turn itself off 2 hours after last use. You can change the auto-off interval between 1/2 hour and 14 hours or you can set the Z5 not to turn itself off at all. Recommendations: If you use the machine only in the morning, leave the auto-off as is. If you use the machine all day long set the auto-off between 3 and 5 hours. This way the machine is always ready and you dont have to turn it on and wait for it to warm up again. COFFEE READY Push and hold the Rotary Dial until you hear a beep and the display shows FILTER. Turn the dial until the display shows: OFF AFTER a. Push the Rotary Dial. The display shows OFF AFTER 2 HRS b. Turn the Rotary Dial until the desired setting appears in the display, e.g. 5 HRS. c. Push the Rotary Dial to confirm. Display shows CONFIRMED and shows OFF AFTER 5 HRS. d. Turn the Rotary Dial until the display shows EXIT and push the Rotary Dial. COFFEE READY
26.10 INFORMATION COFFEE READY Push and hold the Rotary Dial until you hear a beep and the display shows FILTER. Turn the dial until the display shows: INFORMATION. a. Push the Rotary Dial 1 ESPRESSO 15 COUNT (example). It shows how often coffee was prepared with this button. b. Turning the Rotary Dial slowly clockwise, the display will show the following additional information: How many cups made with the other buttons: 2 Espresso, 1 Coffee, 2 Coffee, Cappuccino, Special Cup, Milk, Hot Water, Pre-ground. Then it will show the pre-sets for these buttons (volumes in oz. and milk in seconds) Finally it will show how often the programs for decalcifying, cleaning and filter change were used. c. Push the Rotary Dial to return to INFORMATION. d. Turn the Rotary Dial until the display shows EXIT and push the Rotary Dial. COFFEE READY 26.11 RENAMING This nifty feature lets you rename all eight beverage buttons, the welcome message and the end message. The original pre-sets are stored in the Z5 and you can always restore them. Lets change the 1 ESPRESSO name to CUP OF JOE. COFFEE READY Push and hold the Rotary Dial until you hear a beep and the display shows FILTER. Turn the dial until the display shows: RENAME

27.1 FILL WATER TANK The display shows WATER TANK FILL when the water level is low. This prevents the pump from running dry. You cannot brew coffee. Add water and the display will show COFFEE READY. 27.2 FILL BEANS COFFEE READY FILL BEANS. This message will appear with a few beans left in the bean container. This feature makes sure that you will never produce a cup of coffee with not enough beans. You cannot brew coffee before adding beans (chapter 6.b). 27.3 BEAN COVER MISSING When the display shows BEANCOVER MISSING the Z5 will not brew coffee. For safety reasons the cover must be in place. Make sure the bean cover is in place correctly. Please note: If you lose or break the bean cover the Z5 cannot be used at all. Contact our customer service department. 27.4 EMPTY COFFEE GROUNDS Used coffee grounds are collected in the used coffee container (Fig. 2,8). After approx. 16 coffee portions, the display shows GROUNDS EMPTY and the Z5 will no longer make any beverages. Lift and pull out the complete drawer assembly carefully, since there is water in it (Fig. 2) TRAY MISSING. Important: Do not turn off or unplug the machine while you are emptying the coffee grounds. Empty the used coffee container and the drawer. Make sure that the grid, tray and use coffee container are all assembled correctly and re-insert. COFFEE READY
Important: If you pull out the drawer in between, you must empty the used coffee container. The Z5 assumes that the used coffee container will be emptied. If you do not empty the container, used coffee will overflow inside the machine and can cause serious damage to the coffee release mechanism. If the display shows COFFEE BIN MISSING, the tray is not attached to the drawer (Fig. 2,9). Please note: The Z5 does not sense whether or not the used coffee container is inserted (Fig. 2,8). If you forget to insert the used coffee container, ground coffee will be discharged onto the tray inside the machine. 28. TABLET CLEANING PROCESS When brewing coffee inside the Z5, coffee oils start to accumulate in the brewing chamber and around the internal sieves. The Z5 automatically reminds you after approx. 200 cups of coffee to run a tablet cleaning cycle. This 15 minute procedure is highly effective and will insure proper performance. The display will show COFFEE READY CLEAN and the rinse button illuminates. Please note: You can continue making coffee, however we highly recommend that you clean the machine as described below within the next few days. Please use one white cleaning tablet (enclosed). The machine comes with a pack of 2 tablets. To re-order cleaning tablets see chapter 34. Important: Once the cleaning program has started do not interrupt the procedure. COFFEE READY CLEAN Push and hold the rinse button until the display shows TRAY GROUNDS EMPTY. a. Remove and empty the drawer and used coffee container,
TRAY MISSING and replace complete assembly (Fig. 2). Important: Even if the drawer and the used coffee container are empty, you still need to remove the drawer for approx. 20 seconds and then replace it. The display shows PRESS BUTTON. b. Place a 12 oz. container under the coffee spouts and an 8 oz. container under the nozzles of the auto-cappuccino system. c. Push the Rinse Button. The display shows MACHINE IS CLEANING. You will hear a beep and after a moment the display shows ADD TABLET. d. Open the Cover Lid then the Ground Coffee Lid and drop in one white cleaning tablet, then close lid (Fig. 13). e. PRESS BUTTON. Push the Rinse Button. The display shows MACHINE IS CLEANING. The cleaning program will dispense hot foamy water in intervals through the spouts. After a few minutes the machine beeps and the display shows TRAY GROUNDS EMPTY. f. Lift and remove the drawer. Empty the used coffee container and drawer and replace. The display shows COFFEE READY. Please note: After this cleaning process, remove the powder funnel insert and clean under running water and replace. Tip: You can run a tablet cleaning cycle at anytime even if the machine does not prompt you. It is possible that very oily coffee beans deposit more oils slowing down the brewing process. An extra tablet cleaning cycle will remove the oil build up. COFFEE READY Push and hold the Rotary Dial until the display shows FILTER. Turn the dial until the display shows: MAINTENANCE Push the dial and select CLEAN UNIT. Push the dial again. TRAY GROUNDS EMPTY. Continue with steps a. through f. above.

l. At the end of the decalcifying cycle the display shows MACHINE IS HEATING. After a few seconds the Z5 will automatically run a rinse cycle through the Dual Coffee Spouts. RINSING. m. TRAY / GROUNDS EMPTY Remove the containers and remove and empty the drawer and used coffee container and replace complete assembly (Fig. 2). COFFEE READY. Tip: You can run a decalcifying cycle at anytime even if the machine does not prompt you. COFFEE READY Push and hold the Rotary Dial until the display shows FILTER. Turn the dial until the display shows: MAINTENANCE Push the dial and select DECALCIFYING UNIT. Push the dial again. TRAY GROUNDS EMPTY. Continue with step b. through l. above. 30. EMPTYING SYSTEM BEFORE TRANSPORT This procedure is necessary to prevent water and frost damage in case you intend to transport the machine. Turn the machine off with the on/off button on top of the machine. The main power switch is still on. Remove the water tank. Place a cup underneath the Hot Water Spout and place a cup underneath the Auto Cappuccino System. Push and hold the Rinse button until the display shows SYS EMPTY. The Z5 will release a bit of water and steam and will turn off automatically. Before transport make sure the Water Container and the Bean Container are empty.
Please note: Use the original inside and outside carton for transport, or you can order a custom molded, special service shipping container through our customer service department ($40). 31. TIPS FOR BETTER COFFEE Pre-warm cups. If your cup is pre-warmed, your coffee will stay warm longer, especially when you prepare small cups. Use the hot water spout to pre-warm your cups. Height adjustable coffee-spout The closer the coffee spouts are to your cups, the less heat is lost in the air. The crema is more durable if the coffee flows down the inside of the cup, rather than hitting the bottom of the cup. Old beans Beans will lose aroma when sitting too long in the bean container. We recommend to fill just enough coffee beans into the bean container for up to three or four days. 32. TROUBLE SHOOTING A. NO COFFEE COMES OUT OF THE COFFEE SPOUT Reason: Beans in bean container are not properly feeding into the grinder because they are stuck together. Solution: Stir beans before grinding. While grinding turn the grinding selector to the coarsest setting (chapter 7). Reason: You used ground coffee in the Ground Coffee Funnel. The ground coffee was too fine. Solution: Use ground coffee that is ground somewhat coarser. Reason: No water is transported through the system. Solution: Remove water container and make sure that the connecting valve is free of any particles (like a coffee bean etc).

 

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