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My brand new Asus G73JH stopped working suddenly about 91 days after purchase. The display went black when booting the computer.
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I originally thought this laptop would be okay to take to school with me. 17 inch was the largest size I would take with me.
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If you are lucky enough to get a laptop with no problems, this could be an amazing computer. However if you ever have to deal with Asus.
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It was time to upgrade from my 2005 Dell Precision M70, and I wanted to play games. the price point more than makes up for the poor battery life. besides, who needs the battery life? its just going to stay plugged in anyways.
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Will never buy another Asus again, unless they rebuild their support process from the ground up. I probably wont be buying an ASUS product in the future. They work great when they work.
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I use this for high end gaming, and it gets the job done! However, the screen is not as bright as I would have hoped, but still no big deal.
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Handles just about everything I have thrown at it, every so often its a tiny bit slow to respond. Keep in mind this is a large notebook. This laptop has one of the best appearances with its all-black feel, blue LEDs.
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Vienna DeLuxe RS

TYPE sup 018 Cr

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

READ THESE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE MACHINE

FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY

Congratulations! Congratulations on choosing this top-quality espresso machine and many thanks for your confidence in our products. Before operating the machine, we recommend you read the following instructions thoroughly which explain how to use, clean and maintain the machine. For any other information, please contact the retailer or our company directly. We will be glad to provide you with any explanations you may need.
7 GENERAL INFORMATION.. 24 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS. 25 SAFETY RULES.. 27 INSTALLATION. 30 COFFEE GRINDER. 31 DISPENSING COFFEE. 31 DISPENSING STEAM/PREPARING CAPPUCCINO.. DISPENSING HOT WATER. 32

General information

9 TURNING THE MACHINE ON AND OFF CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE. BREW GROUP.. DESCALING.. OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES. LEGAL INFORMATION. DISPOSAL OF THE APPLIANCE. 38 PROBLEMS CAUSES REMEDIES.. 39
Read these operating instructions carefully before using the machine

GENERAL INFORMATION

This coffee machine is ideal for preparing espresso coffee using whole coffee beans only and is provided with a device for dispensing steam and hot water. The elegantly styled machine is designed and suitable for normal home use only. Important. The manufacturer accepts no liability for damage or injury caused by: improper use outside the defined operating parameters; repairs carried out by anyone other than authorized service centers; tampering with the power cable; tampering with any component of the machine; use of non-original spare parts and accessories. In such cases the warranty will lose all validity. 1.1 To facilitate interpretation
A warning triangle indicates all the instructions that are important for user safety. Follow these directions carefully to avoid serious injury!
Illustrations, parts of the machine and control functions are referred to by number or letter, e.g. illustration 2 in this paragraph.
This symbol identifies the most important information for ensuring optimal use of the machine.

Technical specifications

The illustrations corresponding to the text may be found on the inside cover flap. Keep this page open while reading the operating instructions. 1.2 How to use these operating instructions
Keep these operating instructions in a safe place and make them available to anyone else who should use the coffee machine. If you require any further information or meet with any problems not completely or sufficiently explained in these instructions, contact the experts.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

See rating plate on machine See rating plate on machine Thermoplastic 337 x 325 x 377 8.Front Removable See rating plate on machine 1.of coffee beans 13-in Aluminium Boiler pressure safety valve, 2 safety thermostats.
Voltage rating Power rating Casing material Size (w x h x d) (mm) Weight (Kg) Cable length (mm) Control panel Water container Power supply Water container capacity (lt.) Coffee container capacity (gr) Pump pressure (bars) Boilers Safety features
The manufacturer reserves the right to change the machines specifications in line with technological progress. The machine conforms to European Directive 89/336/EEC (Legislative Decree 476 of 04/12/92), regarding the elimination of radio-television interference.

Safety rules

sizes in millimeter
Avoid aiming the superheated steam and/ or hot water flow at yourself and/or at others. Always use the handles or knobs provided.
D Siting Place the coffee machine in a safe place where no one can tip it over or be injured by it. Do not use the coffee machine outdoors. To prevent melting or damage to the casing, do not rest the machine on very hot surfaces or near open flames. E Cleaning Before cleaning the machine, it is imperative to turn the button (15) to OFF and remove the plug from the electrical outlet. Also wait for the machine to cool down. Never immerse the machine in water! Never tamper with internal machine parts. Tampering with internal parts will void the manufacturers warranty. D Space for use and maintenance To ensure that the coffee machine works properly and efficiently, you are advised to: Rest it on a perfectly level surface; Place it in an adequately lit, hygienic site with an electrical outlet within easy reach; Ensure a minimum clearance between the machine and the walls as shown in the figure. C Danger of burns

SAFETY RULES

Never place electrical parts in contact with water: danger of short circuit! The superheated steam and hot water may cause scalding! Never aim the steam or hot water flow towards parts of your body, use caution when touching the steam / hot water nozzle: danger of scalding! Intended use The coffee machine is designed for home use only. To avoid risks, do not make any technical changes or use the machine for purposes other than those stated! The machine must not be used by children. Power supply Plug the coffee machine into a suitable electrical outlet. The voltage must correspond to the value indicated on the rating plate.
A Power cable Never use the coffee machine if the power cable is defective. You should have any defective cables or plugs immediately replaced by an Authorized Service Center. Do not pass the cable around corners, over sharp edges or over hot objects and keep it away from oil. Do not use the cable to carry or pull the coffee machine. Do not remove the plug by tugging on the cable or touch it with wet hands. Make sure the cable cannot drop freely from tables or shelves. B Protecting others Do not allow children to play with the coffee machine. Children are not aware of the dangers connected with household appliances.
Storing the machine If the machine is to remain out of use for a lengthy period, turn it off and pull out the plug. Store it in a dry place out of childrens reach. Keep it away from dust and dirt. Do not expose machine to freezing temperatures. Damage to internal components will occur. Servicing / Maintenance In the event of a breakdown, fault or suspected damage after a fall, immediately unplug the machine.
Never operate a faulty machine. Maintenance and repairs are to be carried out exclusively by Authorized Service Centers. The manufacturer will accept no liability for any damage caused by unauthorized servicing.
Fire safety In the event of fire, use carbon dioxide (CO2) extinguishers. Do not use water or powder extinguishers.
Key to machine components / Control panel Key to machine components 7 Water container lid Water container Front door Dump box Power cable Height-adjustable coffee dispenser Brew group 14
Drip tray + grill Steam Wand Control panel Steam knob Grinder adjustment knob Coffee bean container Coffee bean container lid
Control panel 15 Power switch 16 On/off light 17 Coffee dispensing button 18 Coffee/steam Allows you to turn the machine on and off It lights up when you turn the machine on and goes off when you turn the machine off Allows you to dispense coffee: press once to fill one coffee cup; press twice to fill two coffee cups. Allows you to check the temperature: It flashes when the temperature is too low (machine is heating up) It stays lit when the machine is ready to dispense coffee and steam. When the machine is turned on, it is set on standby for coffee and standby for steam. Press the button to switch to the hot water setting. Press the button again to switch the machine back to the steam setting. It lights up when the machine has been switched to the hot water setting.

19 Hot water selector button

20 Hot water light

21 Knob for regulating the It adjusts the level of the coffee in the cup; e.g.: quantity of coffee dispensed Position ( ) = espresso coffee in one cup Position ( ) = regular coffee 22 Warning light Identifies machine alarms It remains lit when the coffee and/or water containers need refilling; It flashes when the dump box, brew group or drip tray have not been installed properly.

4 INSTALLATION

For your own safety and the safety of others, you must strictly comply with the Safety Rules described in chap.3 4.1 Package
Installation remove the lid (1). Rinse it out and fill it with fresh drinking water, making sure you do overfill it. Lower the container back into place inside the machine and replace the lid. Fill the container (2) only with cool, still water. Hot water or other liquids may damage the container and/or the machine. Always make sure there is enough water inside the container before starting the machine. 27 Take off the lid (14) and fill the container with whole coffee beans (13). Fit the lid of the coffee container back into place. Fill the container (13) with whole coffee beans only. Ground or freeze-dried coffee or any other objects will damage the machine. Insert the plug (5) into a suitable outlet. The button (15) is positioned on OFF. Simply press the button (15) to turn on the machine; the green pilot light (16) will go on. 4.4 Priming the machine
The original packaging was designed and made to protect the machine during shipping. We recommend keeping it for future transport purposes. 4.2 Preliminary operations
Remove the packet containing the lid, the key for the brew group unit and the cleaning brush from the packing materials. Take the coffee machine out of its packing and position it in a suitable place conforming to the requisites described in the safety rules (chap.3.) Fit the coffee container lid (14) onto the coffee container (13); store the brew group key and cleaning brush in a safe place. Make sure that the tray (8) with grill, the dump box (4) and the brew group (7) are installed properly and that the front door (3) is closed. Before plugging in the machine, make sure the button (15) is on OFF. If the red light (22) flashes when you turn on the machine, it means that one of the above-described parts has not been correctly fitted in place. 4.3 Turning on for the first time
Position the steam tube (9) over the drip tray. 30 Press the hot water selector button (19); the light (20) will go on. Turn the knob (11) counterclockwise and wait until water flows out smoothly from the steam tube; to cut off flow, turn the knob (11) clockwise.
28 Lift out the water container (2) and
Note: Before starting up for the first time, or if the machine has
Coffee grinder / Dispensing coffee been inoperative for a lengthy period or the water container has been completely emptied, it is advisable to prime the machine before it has time to heat up. Once you have completed the above operations, the machine is ready for use. Press the hot water selector button (19); the light (20) will go off. When dispensing coffee or steam, carefully follow the directions below to ensure proper use of the machine.

grind, turn the knob to higher numbers to obtain a coarser grind. The variation in the grind setting will be noted only after three or four coffees have been dispensed. Use blends of coffee beans for espresso machines. Avoid using extreme grinding settings (e.g. 1 or 16); in these cases use different blends of coffee. Store coffee in an airtight container in a cool, dry place. You should adjust the grind setting when the coffee is not dispensed properly: Coffee pours out too fast = excessively coarse grind > set knob on a finer grind; Coffee drips out slowly and/or not at all = excessively fine grind > set knob on coarser grind.

COFFEE GRINDER

Warning! The grinder adjustment knob inside the coffee container must be turned only while the coffee grinder is operating. Do not introduce ground and/or freezedried coffee in the coffee bean container. Do not introduce any material other than coffee beans. Inside the coffee grinder there are moving parts that may be dangerous; do not place your fingers and/or other objects inside the grinder. Before performing any kind of operation inside the coffee container, switch off the machine and unplug it. Do not introduce coffee beans while the grinder is operating. The quality and flavor of your coffee will depend not only on the blend you use but also on how finely you grind it. The machine has a knob (12) for adjusting the grind. To adjust the grind, turn the graduated knob while the grinder is operating; the numbers on the knob indicate the grind setting. Every machine is factory-regulated to a medium-sized grind; turn the knob to lower numbers to obtain a finer

DISPENSING COFFEE

Before dispensing coffee, make sure the steam/hot water tube (11) is closed. When you switch on the machine the temperature control light (18) will flash until the machine heats up to the right temperature. Before dispensing coffee, make sure that the green temperature ready light (18) remains lit and that both the water and coffee containers are full. When the green light remains lit (18) the machine is ready to dispense coffee. 29 Place 1 or 2 cups beneath the dispenser nozzles (6); you may adjust the height of the dispenser to adapt it to your cups. that you may use large cups. In this case you must manually push the dispensing unit as high as it goes; to set the dispenser in

34 The dispenser (6) may be moved so
Dispensing steam/preparing cappuccino / Dispensing hot water remains lit and that the water container is full. When the green temperature ready light (18) remains lit, the machine is ready to dispense steam. 30 Position the steam tube (9) over the drip tray, open the hot water/steam knob (11) for a few seconds to discharge residual water from the steam tube; in a short time only steam will issue from the tube. Close the knob (11). Fill a pitcher or the receptacle you want to use for making cappuccino to 1/3 with cold milk.
the ideal position for small cups, you must move it to a lower position. Use the knob (21) to adjust the amount of coffee in the cup. To dispense coffee, press the button (17); the dispensing cycle will begin; press the button (17) once to dispense one cup and press it two times in succession to dispense 2 cups. After completing the pre-brewing cycle, the coffee will start flowing out of the dispensing nozzle (6). The machine will automatically stop dispensing coffee when it reaches the level set with the knob (21); you may however stop flow at any time by pressing the button (17). Before proceeding to dispense steam or hot water, make sure that the steam tube is positioned over the drip tray.
Use only cold milk to ensure the best results when making cappuccino.
DISPENSING STEAM/ PREPARING CAPPUCCINO
32 Place the tip of the steam tube in the milk to be heated and open the knob (11); slowly raise the receptacle, with gentle rotating movements, to obtain a uniform layer of foam. After dispensing the amount of steam desired, close the knob (11). The same procedure may be used to heat other beverages. After this operation, wipe the steam tube clean with a damp cloth.
The steam may be used to froth milk for cappuccino and to heat up beverages. The machine requires no pre-heating. Danger of scalding! The steam may be preceded by brief sprays of hot water. The dispensing tube can reach very high temperatures: avoid touching it directly with your hands. When you turn on the machine, the temperature control light (18) will flash until the machine heats up to the right temperature. Before dispensing steam, make sure the green temperature ready light (18)

DISPENSING HOT WATER

Warning: The steam may be preceded by brief sprays of hot water: danger of scalding! The dispensing tube can reach very high temperatures: avoid touching it directly with your hands. If the machine is off, turn it on; the tempera-
Cleaning and maintenance / Dispending unit ture control light (18) will flash until the machine heats up to the right temperature. Before dispensing hot water, make sure that the green temperature ready light (18) remains lit and that the water container is full. When the green temperature ready light (18) remains lit, the machine is ready to dispense coffee and steam. To dispense hot water, proceed as follows: 31 Place a cup and/or a receptacle beneath the hot water/steam tube (9); Press the button (19). The light (20) will go on, meaning that the machine is ready to dispense hot water; Turn the knob (11) counterclockwise; Dispense the desired amount of hot water; turn the knob (11) clockwise to cut off the flow of hot water. When you have finished dispensing hot water, press the button (19) again to return to the normal machine setting.

and disconnected from the power supply. Do not immerse the machine in water and do not place any of its components in a dishwasher. Do not use sharp objects or aggressive chemical products (solvents) for cleaning. It is recommended that you clean the water container daily; fill the container with fresh drinking water. Clean out the coffee bean container before refilling it. Use a soft cloth moistened with water to clean the machine. Do not dry the machine and/or its components in a microwave and/or conventional oven. 33 Clean the machine compartment and the brew group, we recommend emptying out the dump box every day (4). 34 The coffee dispenser (6) may be removed for cleaning. Pull it out and thoroughly rinse the dispensing channels with hot water.
TURNING THE MACHINE ON AND OFF

BREW GROUP

To turn on the machine, simply press the button (15); the on/off light (16) will go on. Simply press the button (15) to turn the machine off; the on/off light (16) will go off.
The brew group (7) must be cleaned every time you fill the coffee bean container or, in any case, at least once a week. Turn off the machine and pull out the plug. Remove the dump box (4) and drip tray (8), then open the service door (3). 35 Take out the brew group (7), holding it by the handle and pushing the PRESS button. Use hot water only, without detergents, to clean the brew group.

CLEANING MAINTENANCE

Basic cleaning Maintenance and cleaning may be carried out only when the machine is cold
36 Make sure that there are no coffee residues on the two steel filters. You may remove the upper filter by unscrewing the plastic pin with the key provided. Thoroughly wash and dry all the parts of the brew group. Replace the filter and use the key provided to tighten the plastic pin firmly into place. Do not over tighten. Thoroughly clean the machine compartment. 38 Without pressing the PRESS button and holding the brew group by its handle, fit it back securely into place inside the compartment. Then close the door and set the dump box and drip tray back into place.
Descaling / Optional Accessories container at intervals (one cup at a time); turn the steam knob (11) counterclockwise to dispense; turn the knob (11) clockwise to cut off flow. During each interval, allow the descaling agent to act for about 10-15 minutes. When all of the descaling agent has been used up, rinse out the water container and fill it with fresh water. Empty out 2/3 of the water in the tank by turning the steam knob (11) counterclockwise; turn the knob (11) clockwise to cut off flow. Let the machine heat up and empty out the water remaining in the tank by turning the steam knob (11) counterclockwise; turn the knob (11) clockwise to cut off flow. Should you use a descaling agent other than the one recommended you are advised in any case to follow the manufacturers directions on the package.

DESCALING

Scale forms due to mineral content in the water; it is necessary to remove scale every 4-6 months of use or whenever you observe a decreased flow of water. If you want to descale the machine yourself, you may use any commercially available non-toxic, nonharmful descaling agent for coffee machines. Warning! Never use vinegar as a descaling agent. Mix the descaling agent with water as directed on the package and pour the solution into the water container. Turn on the machine by pressing the button (15); the on/off light (16) will go on. Press the button (19); the light (20) will go on. Position the steam tube (9) over the drip tray. Empty the contents from the water

OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES

Dose adjustment
The machine allows you to adjust the amount of coffee (dose) to be ground per serving. The manufacturer has set a standard
Optional Accessories dose that satisfies most needs: notch (3) corresponding to the point of reference (2). Turn the knob (1) inside the coffee container counterclockwise to increase the dose of ground coffee; turn it clockwise to reduce the dose of ground coffee. You must carry out the dose adjustment before pressing the button to dispense coffee (see par.6). This system makes it possible to achieve optimal coffee making with all types of coffee commercially available. 13.2 Pannarello
13.2.1 Steam/Cappuccino with the pannarello The steam may be used to froth milk for cappuccino and to heat up beverages.
The pannarello is a device enhancing the effect of the steam when you are frothing milk to make classic Italian-style cappuccino. Danger of scalding! The steam may be preceded by brief sprays of hot water. The dispensing tube can reach very high temperatures: avoiding touching it directly with your hands. To dispense steam using the pannarello, follow the directions provided in par.7; steam will issue from the pannarello. 13.2.2 Hot water with the pannarello To install the pannarello, proceed as follows: Make sure no other devices are fitted on the steam tube. Loosen the ring nut (39) without slipping it off the pannarello. Insert the pannarello in the steam tube to a depth of about 3 cm. Tighten the ring nut securely. Remove the outer sleeve (item 40) so that you can hold the inner sleeve still when tightening the nut. Note: if the ring nut is not securely tightened, the pannarello may slip out during use. To dispense hot water using the pannarello, follow the directions provided in par.8; hot water will flow from the pannarello.
13.2.3 Cleaning the pannarello. After using the pannarello, you should clean it thoroughly to ensure maximum hygiene and functionality over time. The cleaning steps are as follows:
Optional Accessories Make sure that no other devices are fitted on the steam tube; you must remove any devices that have been installed. I.E. the Pannarello. Loosen the ring nut (39) without slipping it off the cappuccinatore. Insert the cappuccinatore in the steam tube to a depth of about 3 cm. Tighten the ring nut securely.

Loosen the ring nut (39) of the pannarello. Remove the pannarello from the steam tube. Take off the outer casing (40) of the pannarello. Clean all parts of the pannarello thoroughly with running drinking water. Reassemble the pannarello. Insert the pannarello back into the steam tube. Tighten the ring nut (39). Remove the outer sleeve (item 40) so that you can hold the inner sleeve still when tightening the nut. Note: if the ring nut is not securely tightened, the pannarello may slip out during use. 13.3 Cappuccinatore
Note: if the ring nut is not securely tightened, the cappuccinatore may slip out during use. water 13.3.1 Hot cappuccinatore with the
The cappuccinatore is a device that automatically froths milk, making it extremely easy to prepare classic Italian-style cappuccino. To install the cappuccinatore, proceed as follows:
To dispense hot water using the cappuccinatore, follow the
Optional Accessories directions provided in par.8; hot water will flow out of the lower part of the cappuccinatore. While hot water is being dispensed, the silicone tube (41) inside the cappuccinatore must be inserted into the grating of the drip tray. Make sure the silicone tube cannot slip out while the machine is in use. 13.3.2 Steam/Cappuccino with the cappuccinatore The steam may be used to froth milk for cappuccino and to heat up beverages. Danger of scalding! The steam may be preceded by brief sprays of hot water. The dispensing tube can reach very high temperatures: avoiding touching it directly with your hands.
(18) remains lit, the machine is ready to dispense steam. Position the cappuccinatore over the drip tray, open the hot water/steam knob (11) for a few seconds to discharge residual water from the cappuccinatore; in a short time only steam will issue from the tube. Close the knob (11). Place the intake tube (41) in a suitable receptacle or directly into a container of milk, placed next to the machine. Place a cup containing previously prepared coffee beneath the nozzle of the cappuccinatore; Open the knob (11); frothed milk will start issuing from the cappuccinatore. Move the pin on the cappuccinatore to regulate the thickness of the foam; by pushing it upward you will increase its volume. When preparing cappuccino, use cold milk to ensure the best results. When you have finished using the cappuccinatore and steam, clean the cappuccinatore to remove residual milk. Place a container filled with fresh drinking water alongside the machine and place the tip of the intake tube (41) inside the container. Proceed as if you were making cappuccino, allowing the dirty water to flow into a receptacle or directly into the drip tray. 13.3.3 Cleaning the cappuccinatore. After using the cappuccinatore, you should

When you turn on the machine, the temperature control light (18) will flash until the machine heats up to the right temperature. Before dispensing steam, make sure the green temperature ready light (18) remains lit and that the water container is full. When the green temperature ready light
Legal information / Disposal of the appliance If more information is required or if a particular problem not dealt with or insufficiently explained in these instructions should arise, the customer should contact his/her local dealer or the manufacturer directly. We would also like to bring to the customer s attention that these instructions are not part of any previous or existing convention, agreement or legal contract and hence have no legal bearing. The obligations of the manufacturer are based on the relative contract of sale which includes the complete and exclusive regulation regarding guarantee requirements. The terms of the guarantee are in no way affected by these instructions. The instructions contain information protected by copyright laws. The instructions may not be photocopied or translated into a foreign language without the manufacturers written permission.
clean it thoroughly to ensure maximum hygiene and functionality over time. The cleaning steps are as follows: Loosen the ring nut of the cappuccinatore. Remove the cappuccinatore from the steam tube. Remove the casing of the cappuccinatore. Take off the cover, pin and intake tube. Clean all the parts of the cappuccinatore thoroughly with running drinking water. Reassemble the cappuccino maker. Insert the cappuccinatore back in the steam tube. Tighten the ring nut securely.
Note: if the ring nut is not securely tightened, the cappuccinatore may slip out during use.

DISPOSAL APPLIANCE

An appliance that is no longer in use must be rendered unworkable. Remove the plug and cut the power cord at the base. Take unused appliances to a qualified disposal center.

LEGAL INFORMATION

These instructions include information on how to use the machine correctly, its functions and its maintenance. If these instructions are followed closely no risks should be run in using the appliance and all necessary safety requirements regarding function and maintenance should be upheld.
Problems - Causes - Remedies Problems Causes Remedies
The machine does not turn on The machine not getting power Connect the machine to an operating electrical outlet The service door is open The coffee cycle does not start Brew group not positioned The red warning light (26) is properly or not locked in place flashing: Drip tray not positioned properly Close the door Fit or lock the brew group in place Fit the drip tray correctly into place

Dump box not positioned Fit the dump box correctly into place properly The coffee cycle does not start The coffee container is empty The red warning light (26) goes on: The water container is empty Refill the coffee container and restart the dispensing cycle Refill the water container, prime the machine and restart the dispensing cycle Pre-heat the cups
The coffee is not hot enough

The cups are cold

No hot water or steam is The opening of the steam tube Clean the opening of the steam dispensed is clogged tube with a pin No coffee is dispensed There is no water Brew group is dirty Machine not primed Coffee drips out slowly Coffee ground too finely Machine not primed Brew group dirty Refill the water container and reload the circuit (Par.4.4.) Clean the unit (Par.11) Prime the machine (Par.4.4) Adjust grind setting to a coarser (higher number) grind. Prime the machine (Par.4.4) Clean the brew group (Par.11)
The blend is not suitable or the Change the coffee blend or coffee is not freshly roasted or adjust the grinder as directed in par.5 (Reduce the dose is ground too finely. Optional)

Problems Causes

Problems - Causes - Remedies Remedies
The coffee is not creamy on the The blend is not suitable or the Change the coffee blend or surface coffee is not freshly roasted or adjust the grinder as directed is ground too coarsely. in par.5 (Increase the dose Optional) Coffee leaks outside the brew Brew group unit clogged group Clean the brew group and its outlets
The machine takes too long to The machine water system is Descale the machine (Par.12) heat up or the quantity of water clogged by scale dispensed from the tube is limited The brew group cannot be Brew group out of place taken out Turn on the machine. Close the service door. The brew group will automatically go back into place. Remove the dump box before taking out the dispensing unit

Dump box still in place

If you should have a problem that is not dealt with in the above table or is not resolved by any of these solutions please contact an authorized service center.
COD. 1.6.593.77.00 REV. 01 DEL 15/06/00

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Superautomatica de luxe

TYPE SUP 012
User's and maintenance booklet
We congratulate for having bought this top-quality espresso machine and thank you for choosing Saeco. Before operating the machine, we recommend to read the following instructions thouroughly which explain how to use, clean and maintain the machine.
Cod. 0317.951 - Ed.06 03/99

L U X E

The warning triangle shows all important safety indications to ensure the user's safety. The non-observance of said instructions may cause serious injuries!

ESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS

TECHNICAL DATA
B Reference to figures, parts of the machine and control elements are given by numbers or letters, as figure B exemplifies.
Voltage rating Power Dimensions (lengthxwidthxheight) Machine case Weight Cable length System Temperature control Coffee grinder adjustment Coffee grounds ejection Ground coffee dosage Cup programming Water tank Water regulation water tank Capacity bean coffee container Steam/hot water dispensing tube Steam/hot water dispensing Heating time espresso coffee Brewing time coffee hot water milk Overheating protection Screened Insulation ASE approval In compliance with EN rule Warranty
The first cover page of the manual shows figures relevant to the text. Thus, keep it open while reading the instructions.
How to use the instructions
These instructions cannot anticipate every possible use of the machine. For further information or questions concerning specific situations or problems, please contact the local dealer or manufacturer directly. Save these instructions carefully and make sure to hand them to other users.
230 V/ 50 Hz 1250 W approx. 385x330x395 mm plastic material ABS/metal approx. 13 kg approx. 1.2 m free flow thermal cut-out, alternating piston pump electronic grinding adjustment device automatic coffee releasing device cl removable, transparent tank electronic, continuous approx. 2.4 litres 300 g of bean coffee adjustable,supplied with burn protection adjustable, continuous approx. 2 min. approx. 20s/cup approx. 30s/cup approx. 60s/cup approx. 60-90s cream/cup incorporated in accordance with EN55014 protection range I 60335 in compliance with the warranty certificate enclosed herein

Table of contents

Page 27 Technical data 27 Safety precautions 28 Controls and machine parts 28 Control panel description 29 Unpacking/Installation 29 Power supply connection 29 Starting and use 30 Drainage Page 30 Programming the machine 31 Dosage of ground coffee 31 Recommendations 32 Brewing 34 Incorporated Safety Devices 35 Cleaning/Maintenance 38 Disposal 39 Troubleshooting
Accessories (included in the machine price) Measuring spoon Central unit key Cleaning brush Water hardness detecting strips The manufacturer reserves the right to make improvements to the appliance due to technological advancement.
Danger! Electric voltage may cause death. Electrical parts should never be in contact with water: danger of short-circuit. Overheated steam and hot water may cause burns! Do not direct steam or water jet towards the body; furthermore great attention must be given when touching either the dispensing tube or the heating plate: danger of burns! This machine must be used exclusively for the purpose it has been manufactured. This machine has been manufactured for domestic use only. Do not make technical changes; any improper use is forbidden due to the risks which might occur! Indications The machine shall only be used by adults and properly instructed persons. Voltage Never touch parts under current! They might cause electric shocks, serious injuries or death. The automatic coffee machine must be connected to the power supply. Voltage must correspond to the voltage shown on the appliance rating plate. A Power cord Never operate a machine with a defective power cord. Replace defective power cords and plugs, contacting authorised personnel. Do not extend the cable around corners, sharp edges or over hot parts, and protect it from oil. Do not shift or move the appliance by pulling on its power cord. Do not unplug the machine by pulling the power cord and never touch the cord with wet hands. Make sure the power cord does not hang from tables or shelves. B Keep children away Do not allow children to play with the appliance. Children are not aware of the potential danger of electric appliances.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

Positioning Place the automatic coffee machine in a safe place, where nobody can turn it upside down or be hurt. Hot water or overheated steam might escape from the machine: danger of burns! Never use the coffee machine outdoors. Do not place the machine on hot surfaces or in the proximity of open flames to prevent the case from melting and to avoid other damage. C Danger of burns Do not direct the overheated steam or hot water jet towards you or other people. Do not touch hot surfaces, such as the heating plate. Always use the handles or knobs. Touch spouts only if the heat protectors have been fitted on. D Protection of the hands Never touch the central unit with fingers when brewing coffee: danger of injuries! While operating, the central unit shifts and may thus cause fingers to get trapped in the machine. E Cleaning Before cleaning the machine, make sure to switch off all buttons and unplug the machine. Furthermore, wait until the machine cools down. Never place the machine into water. Do not tamper with the inner part of the machine and never open the machine. Storage of the machine When the machine is not being used, turn it off and unplug it. Keep it in a dry place, far from the reach of children. Repair/Maintenance In case of defect, fault or suspected damage following a fall, unplug the machine immediately. Never use a defective appliance. Only skilled personnel are authorised to carry out repairs. The manufacturer declines any liability whatsoever, should repairs fail to be carried out by authorised personnel.
1 Coffee grounds container 2 Drip tray 3 Cup holder grill 4 Coffee dispenser (removable) 5 Steam/hot water dispensing tube with heat protector 6 Steam/hot water selection knob 7 Heating plate 8 Water tank 9 Water tank cover 10 Water level 11 Coffee bean container 12 Coffee bean container cover 13 Grind adjustment lever
CONTROLS AND MACHINE PARTS

Unpacking/Installation

Standard packing is strong enough to protect the machine during mail shipping. Keep this package to return the machine to the manufacturer, should it be necessary. Before installing the machine, follow the following safety precautions: Position the machine in a safe place.

UNPACKING/INSTALLATION

14 Pre-ground coffee container with cover 15 Service door 16 Central unit 17 Filling funnel 18 Handle for assembling and disassembling of central unit 19 Coffee adjustment lever Coffee rest drawer 21 Swivel (removable) Control panel with warning lights LED warning light showing fill level in cup Power cord
Should an extension cord be used, check its perfect condition. The extension cord must have a minimum section of 1 mm2 and must be supplied with a three-pole plug/socket.

Starting and use

Danger! Electric voltage may cause death. Electrical parts should never be in contact with water: danger of short-circuit. Overheated steam and hot water may cause burns! Do not direct steam or water jet towards the body; furthermore, great attention must be given when touching either the dispensing tube or the heating plate: danger of burns! For your own safety as well as for other people safety, keep to the safety precautions described (see pages 26/27). Never use the machine without water and coffee beans. Remove measuring spoon, brush and the central unit key from the coffee grounds container (1) and keep them within reach. Unwind the power cord (24) from the rear side of the machine. Coffee bean container (11) is attached with two screws. Remove the cover (12) and fill it with coffee beans (approx. 300 g), then replace the cover. Adjust grinding by means of the grind adjustment lever (13), positioning it on point "5" of the scale.
Do not allow children to play with the machine Make sure the machine is not placed nearby hot surfaces or open flames. Whenever possible, always use the machine with the swivel (21). Thus, when installing the machine, make sure to rest it directly on this support by inserting it into the slot on the lower side of the machine.
Control panel description
Central unit warning light On: the central unit is not correctly mounted Blinking: the central unit is missing Descaling warning light: On: descaling required Coffee grounds container warning light: On: the container is full Blinking: the container has not been properly positioned Coffee bean container warning light On: the coffee grinder is jammed Water tank warning light On: the tank is empty Blinking: pump is not functioning properly; it must be drained Temperature warning light Off: working temperature too low On: right working temperature Blinking: excessive working temperature, carry out drainage Main switch 1 or 2 cups of regular coffee 1 or 2 cups of espresso coffee 1 or 2 cups of tall coffee Pre-ground coffee selection button Heating plate selection button Steam selection button

Now the machine is ready to be connected.

Power supply connection

Warning: electric current may cause death! Always keep to safety indications. The coffee machine must be connected to an adequate socket. Voltage must suit to the voltage specified on the appliance rating plate. Never use defective power cords. Defective power cords and plugs must be replaced by authorised personnel.
Never fill the coffee bean container with other products! (They might damage the machine!) Before filling the container with coffee beans, make sure the pre-ground coffee container is closed to prevent coffee grains from falling into it (they might damage the machine). Remove the water tank (8) from the machine, remove its cover (9) and fill it with cold water (approx. 2.4 l). A valve on the tank bottom prevents water from escaping. Before installing the water tank in the machine, make sure the coffee bean container cover is properly fitted. Install the water tank, slightly pressing over it to fit the valve which will open automatically. Replace the cover on the tank. Do not fill the tank with an excessive quantity of water. Always fill the tank with fresh water: hot water as well as other fluids might damage the tank. Do not switch on the machine if the water tank is empty: always make sure there is enough water in the tank! Connect the plug to the socket and press the main switch. When the switch is turned on (green colour), the electronic circuit carries out a self-diagnosis. This phase could make some noise.

DRAINAGE

As soon as value 4 has been reached, the counter resets and restarts from 1. As far as lime scale values are concerned, see page 37, points 45-48.

RECOMMENDATIONS

Drainage
Direct the steam/hot water dispensing tube (5) over the drip tray (2). Place a cup or another suitable container under the dispensing tube, then turn the steam/hot water selection knob (6) counterclockwise. The pump automatically starts. Wait until a regular water jet is obtained, then close the knob. The machine is now drained. Important: It is advisable to drain the machine before the first start, after a prolonged use or whenever the water tank has been completely emptied. Furthermore, should temperature or water tank warning lights blink, drain the machine. The machine is ready for use as soon as the temperature light is on.
penser may get damaged, thus spoiling the quality of coffee.

Recommendations

Test If the machine has not been used for a prolonged period, it is advisable for hygienic reasons to run a rinse cycle through the machine. Place a cup under the dispensing tube (5) and operate the steam/hot water knob (6). Fill a cup with water. Preheating cups Cups may be preheated by placing them on the heating plate. Temperature warning light When connecting the machine, the green warning light will light permanently after approx. two minutes, showing the machine is ready to be used. Empty coffee bean container warning light When this led is on, the coffee grinder stops. Fill the container with coffee bean and restart the cycle. Empty water tank warning light An empty water tank causes the cycle to stop automatically. Fill the tank with water. It is of the utmost importance to drain the circuit before restarting the machine. It is not possible to start programming without carrying out the drainage. When restarting the machine, make sure the red warning light is not blinking or is off.

Pre-Grinding The coffee grinder is activated by pressing the button of the heating plate. When this button lights up, the coffee grinder has been activated. Grinding occurs every time the doser is empty, thus a ground coffee portion is always ready in the doser, saving time.
Pre-Infusion The regular coffee button activates or disactivates the dispensing of coffee, as shown by the lit button. As soon as the coffee has been moistened, the pump stops for two seconds. Then the brewing cycle continues.

Programming the machine

To enter the programming mode, turn the machine off with the main switch. Press steam , espresso coffee and the main switch at the same time. Release the buttons. Water hardness adjustment In order to adjust the water hardness, it is necessary to test the water using the strip supplied with the machine. Dip the strip into the water for a second, shake off excess water gently, wait approx. 1 minute and read the result. The tall coffee button allows a water hardness adjustment from 1 to 4. Each time the key is pressed, the value increases by 1.

Coffe dosage adjustment

Adjustment lever (19) allows the selection of the coffee quantity, from 6 to 9 grams. Open the service door (15) and place the adjustment lever (19) in the desired position. Note: Opening the service door causes the machine to stop automatically. Close the door to restart the machine. Coffee dosage must not be changed frequently, otherwise the coffee dis-
Grind If the coffee flows too quickly (coarse grind) or too slowly (fine grind) into the cup, adjust the coffee grinder. Recommended grind level: position 5 Grind too coarse= adjust to a lower value (from 5 to 3) Grind too fine= adjust to a higher value (from 5 to 7). Adjust the grind level only when the coffee grinder is running. Avoid extreme adjustment (for instance, on position 1) whenever possible. It is preferable to try another coffee blend, because not all coffee blends are suitable. Coffee Make sure coffee is fresh. An espresso roast is preferable in order to obtain a strong and aromatic espresso coffee, use special blends suitable for espresso coffee machines and special cups with thick sides. Keep coffee in a cool place, in a hermetically sealed container. Coffee may be deep frozen and then ground either fresh or frozen. Water quality In addition to blend, grind and water temperature, the water quality is of the utmost importance for the brewing of a good coffee. Thus, the use of a decalcifier to remove limescale and eliminate any unpleasant taste and organic impurities from the water, is strongly recommended. Furthermore, a decalcifier partially eliminates limescale from water, thus protecting the machine heating system from chemical buildup and prolonging its working life. The water tank must be emptied daily and filled with fresh water.

BREWING

Double quantity of coffee or 2 cups of coffee. By pressing the desired selection button twice, the machine will brew a double quantity of coffee.
Operation time The machine may be kept on all day long. However, should the machine not be used for a prolonged period, it is advisable to turn it off. Once switched on, it will be ready for use within two minutes. Switching off the machine Switch the machine off only after the coffee cycle has been concluded.
Use the quantity necessary for the number of cups to be obtained. Always remember that ground coffee ages soon, thus losing its quality. Use the measuring spoon supplied to fill the container with ground coffee (14). Use a full measure only! Do not tamp ground coffee, otherwise the optimum dosage for each cup is no longer ensured. Then, press the pre-ground coffee selection button and the desired selection button (espresso, regular or tall coffee) to obtain a cup of coffee. The coffee flow may be stopped at any moment by pressing any selection button (except those of the heating plate and steam), if, for instance, an excessive quantity of water has been selected. Hot water The hot water dispensing is separate from the coffee circuit, in order to supply hot water for tea, soup etc. Place the glass or the cup under the steam/ hot water dispenser (5), then slowly open knob (6), turning it counterclockwise. Hot water will be automatically dispensed. As soon as dispensing is over, close knob again. Steam To heat milk or other drinks. Clean the spout with a damp cloth soon after use; otherwise it might be difficult to remove milk residues.
Bean coffee This machine grinds a portion of fresh coffee for each cup; for two cups, it grinds two portions of coffee, one after the other, thus ensuring optimum coffee quality. Before any use, make sure the steam/ hot water knob is closed. Adjust the desired grinding degree: the recommended average value is 5. The grinding degree must be adjusted only when the coffee grinder is operating, otherwise it may be damaged. Place one or two preheated cups on the grill (3) under the dispenser (4). By pressing the relevant selection button the machine will automatically dispense the selected coffee. The coffee flow can be stopped at any moment by pressing any selection button (except those relevant to the heating plate and steam). This operation can be performed, for instance, if an excessive quantity of water has been selected. Pre-ground coffee Make sure to use pre-ground coffee only (medium ground). Never use whole bean or soluble coffee! Right before making coffee, fill the container with freshly ground coffee.

Brewing

Cup level adjustment This machine allows the precise dosage of the coffee quantity, according to the cup dimension. The cup levels have been pre-set at the factory according to the following values: espresso coffee: regular coffee: tall coffee: 60 ml 125 ml max. 250 ml.
Cup level setting Ex. espresso coffee. When the machine is ready, press and keep pressed the espresso coffee button and wait until the desired quantity of coffee has flown into the cup. Upon releasing the button, the level is automatically saved, thus always allowing to obtain the same quantity of coffee. Use the above mentioned procedure also to change or adjust the quantity of water either for regular or tall coffee. The quantity for two cups of coffee will be automatically adjusted according to the single cup level.
After a steam outflow, always drain the machine, otherwise the coffee brewing program automatically stops, due to excessive temperature. If the machine is on the steam mode, the automatic coffee brewing is prevented. Press the steam selection button and wait until the green temperature warning light turns on. Direct the steam/hot water dispenser (5) over the cup holder grill (3) and slightly open knob (6), turning it counterclockwise. Wait until the remaining water has flown out of the spout. Then move the spout outwards and immerse it into the fluid to heat. Slowly open the steam/hot water knob and heat the fluid, using a circular movement from bottom to top. When the fluid has reached the desired temperature, close the knob and immediately clean the spout with a damp cloth. Warning: the spout is hot, it may cause burns! As soon as the steam/hot water dispensing is finished, position the steam/hot water dispensing tube over the cup holder grill and disactivate the steam function by pressing the steam selection button. Then open the steam/hot water knob again and drain the machine (the pump automatically starts) until the water flows regularly from the dispensing tube (see the chapter relevant to Drainage, page. 30) and the temperature warning light stops blinking. Close the steam/hot water knob. The machine is ready to brew coffee again.
INCORPORATED SAFETY DEVICES
Antigravel device Even selected coffees may contain some impurities. The coffee grinder is fitted with an antigravel device to avoid any damage. Should gravel end up into the coffee grinder, you will hear a strong and characteristic noise. Stop the machine immediately, otherwise the protection system will stop the coffee grinder after approx. 20 seconds. Important: Do not start the machine until the matter has been removed, otherwise the motor may be damaged. Procedures: see page 36, points 38-42.

CLEANING/MAINTENANCE

Cappuccino froth Fill a cup 1/3 with cold fresh milk, then immerse the steam/hot water dispensing tube (5) just below the milk surface. Move the cup with a circular movement to form a thick froth. Then immerse the dispensing tube deep into the milk to heat it.

Water tank/ Drip tray/Coffee grounds container/Coffee dispensing unit/Coffee machine In order to keep the dispensing area and the central unit (16) clean, it is recommended to empty the coffee grounds container (1) every day. The water tank (8), drip tray (2), cup holder grill (3) and coffee grounds container should be washed periodically, using a non-abrasive solvent and drying them carefully. The coffee dispenser (4) may be removed for cleaning operations. Unloose the the screws and rinse the dispensing tubes thoroughly with hot water. From time to time, clean the machine casing with a damp cloth and dry it. Clean the pre-ground coffee container (14) with the aid of the brush supplied, whenever necessary. Central unit Clean the central unit (16) whenever the coffee bean container has been re-filled, or at least once or twice a week. Switch off the machine by pressing the main switch and open the service door (15). Remove the coffee grounds container (1). Remove the central unit (16) by holding it by the handle and pressing the "PRESS" key. Wash the central unit with hot water. Make sure there are no coffee residues on the two chrome-steel filters. Dry it thoroughly.
Incorporated safety devices
Automatic off Should the service door be open, the machine automatically switches off and its operation is thus prevented. If the central unit is not mounted, only water and steam can be dispensed. Electronic grinding time control As soon as the coffee bean container is empty, the machine automatically stops after approx. 20 seconds. Fill the container with coffee bean. The coffee brewing cycle can be restarted. Electronic pump control The machine switches off automatically as soon as the water tank is empty.

Cleaning/Maintenance

Cleaning To ensure high coffee quality and a longer working life of the machine, always keep the machine clean. Before cleaning the machine, turn off the main switch and unplug the machine. Before cleaning the machine, wait until it cools down. Do not immerse the machine into water or other fluids (it may be damaged). Do not wash parts of the machine in the dishwasher. Always handdry all parts of the machine; do not dry them in the oven or microwave oven!
Automatic temperature adjustment This adjustment controls the correct temperature to brew coffee and to dispense hot water and steam. Coffee brewing is automatically interrupted should the water temperature be too low or too high (safety thermostat and overheating safety device activated).

Remove the coffee rest drawer (20) and clean it, using a non-abrasive soap. Clean the service area thoroughly with a damp cloth and re-insert the coffee grounds container again. By holding the central unit by its handle, slide it back into its original position, making sure it is correctly engaged. Then close the service door. Insert the coffee grounds container again. When replacing the central unit, do not press the "PRESS" key (it may cause damages to the machine)! Warning: if the central unit is not correctly inserted, the warning light switches on, thus preventing the machine from brewing coffee. Coffee grinder Never fill the coffee grinder with water: it may damage the machine! Should coffee grains stick together in the container, the latter must be cleaned; unplug the machine before carrying out this operation. Empty the coffee container and loosen the two screws. The container can now be removed and cleaned. Carefully pull the adjustment lever upwards. Turn the adjustment ring towards the left to make the blue marks coincide. Now remove the grind ring from the machine, pulling it slightly upwards. With the aid of a brush or a narrow vacuum hose, clean both the coffee grinder box and the

DESCALING

necessary, following the instructions shown on page 30. The following adjustments are possible: Hardness index 1: high water hardness, exceeding 29fH (14dH), approx. 80 l water passage. Hardness index 2: medium water hardness, approx. 20-29fH (7-14dH), approx. 150 l water passage. Hardness index 3: soft water, approx. 1220fH (47dH) approx. 300 l water passage. Hardness index 4: very soft water, less than 10fH (3dH), more than 500 l of water passage. In case of hard water, a filter should be used both to improve the coffee quality and to protect the machine, thus reducing the descaling frequency. Descaling must be carried out as follows: Note: for this purpose, use a descaling product suitable for coffee machines. Never use vinegar to clean the machine; it might damage it. There are two ways to carry out the descaling of the machine:
grind ring support. Make sure the position of the grind ring does not shift. To re-assemble the coffee grinder, carry out the reverse sequence, making sure the adjustment ring has not been shifted during cleaning. If that is the case, turn the adjustment ring to make the blue mark coincide with one of the three notches. Assemble the grind ring support and make sure the blue marks coincide. Turn the adjustment ring clockwise to make the red marks coincide. Fit the adjustment lever on the ring, making sure the grind level is on position 6. Descaling Descaling is necessary to remove limescale from surfaces and holes, thus ensuring a perfect operation of valves, heating controls and other important parts. According to water hardness, the machine must be descaled every 3-4 months, according to the water hardness degree. A more frequent descaling is recommended wherever the water hardness degree is very high. This machine is supplied with a particular warning light to make this operation easier. Descaling must be carried out at the latest when this warning light switches on. Furthermore, said warning light may be adjusted according to the water hardness degree. The machine has been adjusted at the factory to a 25fH value, which causes the warning light to switch on after approx. 150l. The water hardness value may be changed, if

Standard descaling Switch off the machine. Pour a descaling product into the water tank (according to the instructions on the descaling solution package). Switch the machine on to the programming mode. Place a large container under the steam/ hot water dispensing tube (5) and open the steam/hot water knob (6) slowly, turning it counterclockwise. Turn on the machine by pressing the main switch (31) and let the descaling product flow out of the dispensing tube for approx. 1 min. Close the knob again. Turn off the machine with the main switch and let the solution take effect for approx. 5 minutes. Repeat this procedure two or three times, to allow all of the descaling product in the water tank to flow out of the dispensing tube. As soon as descaling has been carried out, rinse the tank (8) thoroughly and fill it with fresh water. Switch on the machine and let fresh water (approx. 2 l) flow out of the steam/hot water dispensing tube in order to rinse away residue. The machine is now ready for operation. When the machine is on, the warning light switches off automatically, by pressing the steam selection button for at least 5 seconds.
Automatic descaling Turn the machine off. Pour descaling solution into the water tank (according to the instructions on the descaling solution package). Switch the machine on to the programming mode (see page 30, point 27). Place a large container under the steam/hot water dispensing tube (5) and open the steam/ hot water knob (6) slowly. The contents of the tank are pumped quickly through the machine, saving time.
Important A periodic descaling avoids expensive repairs. The machine warranty does not cover damages occurring as a result of the nonobservance of descaling procedures, improper use and failure to comply with and follow any other instructions contained herein. Maintain the manufacturer's adjustment if the water hardness degree is not known.

DISPOSAL

Problem The main switch does not turn on The automatic coffee brewing does not start Possible cause/causes The machine is not getting power The service door is open The warning light is on: the central unit is not correctly inserted or incorrectly positioned. steam selection button is on. The Empty tank or coffee bean container warning lights are on Temperature warning light is on: following a steam outflow, the machine has not been properly drained Coffee grounds warning light is on: the container is full or not properly inserted Bean coffee warning light blinking: the coffee grinder is jammed Water is dispensed instead of coffee Steam and/or hot water are not dispensed Coffee flows too quickly Coffee flows too slowly Pre-ground coffee selection button has been pressed, but the pre-ground container is empty The steam/hot water spout hole is clogged Grind is too coarse Grind is too fine The cup has not been preheated The temperature warning light is not yet on Coffee not creamy The coffee blend is not suitable, coffee has not been recently ground, the pre-ground coffee has been ground too thin or too coarse Limescale in the machine

TROUBLE SHOOTING

Resolution Check plug and fuse Close the service door Insert or position the central unit Disactivate the function and drain the machine (see page 30) Fill with water or coffee bean and switch the machine off and then on again to start the cycle Drain thoroughly the machine again.

Troubleshooting

In case of failure, fault or suspected damage following a fall, unplug the machine immediately. To fix problems, follow the instructions in the table below. Otherwise contact an authorised technician. Only skilled personnel are authorised to service and repair the machine. The user might incure serious injuries should repairs not be properly carried out. The manufacturer declines any liability whatsoever, should repairs fail to be carried out according to the instructions contained in this manual. Furthermore in these cases, warranty rights cannot be honored.
Storage of the machine Switch off the machine and unplug it if the machine wil not be used for long periods of time. Keep the machine in a dry place, far from the reach of children. Should the machine not be used for a long period, protect it from dust and dirt. Maintenance Periodically check the machine and clean it in accordance to the instructions.
Empty the coffee grounds container and insert it properly Clean the coffee grinder (see page 36) Fill with pre-ground coffee Clear it with the aid of a thin needle Adjust the grinder to a finer grind, ex. from 6 to 3 Adjust the grinder to a coarser grind, ex. from 6 to 7 Place the cup on the heating plate before dispensing coffee into it Wait until the temperature warning light switches on permanently Try another coffee blend

Disposal

Machines which are no longer operational should immediately be made non serviceable, by cutting the power cord. Machines should be delivered to a public disposal centre.

Coffee is not hot enough

The coffee brewing is reduced; the machine takes longer to heat and the water capacity is not correct The central unit cannot be removed
Carry out descaling of the machine, as described on page 36
The central unit is out of position
Switch on the machine. Close the service door. The machine returns automatically to its starting position.

 

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