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This coffee maker allows both traditional drip-feed coffee as well as espresso or cappuccino coffee to be made. Follow the steps described below to operate the appliance correctly. try to open the cap on the tank while it is still under pressure. The switches should be in the OFF position both when plugging the appliance in as well as unplugging it. Never unplug it by tugging on the mains cable nor leave the plug hanging freely. Keep the appliance and the cable away from hot surfaces. Do not operate the appliance if either the cable or plug are damaged, or if it is not operating correcting. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shocks, do not remove any of the covers. There are no user serviceable parts inside the appliance. Cable repairs and replacements must be carried out exclusively by an Authorised Technical Service Centre. This appliance has been designed exclusively for domestic use. Before using it for the first time wash all of the accessories and operate it once without any coffee.
DESCRIPTION OF THE DRIP-FEED COFFEE MAKER (Fig. 1)
1. Hot plate 2. Glass jug 3. Luminous ON/OFF switch 4. Drip-stop valve 5. Water level4 6. Water tank 7. Pivoted filter holder 8. Permanent filter
DESCRIPTION OF THE ESPRESSO COFFEE MAKER (Fig. 7)
9. Water tank 10. ON/OFF switch 11. Taste-Coffee-steam selector 12. Steam regulator 13. Steam nozzle 14. Filter holder 15. Filter 16. Jug with water level mark 17. Two-cup adapter 18. Drip tray 19. Cable coiler 20. Espresso function pilot lamp 21. Temperature pilot lamp (steam function) 22. Measuring scoop
MAKING DRIP-FEED COFFEE (Fig. 2 - 6)
1. Fill the water tank (6) with cold water. A quantity of less than two cups is not recommended. 2. Fit the permanent filter (8) into the filter holder (7). Put in one measure of coffee for each cup of water. Note: This coffee maker may be used with n 4 type paper filters. For correct operation, do not use too finely ground a coffee. Place the jug (2), with its lid fitted, onto the hot plate (1), plug the coffee maker into the mains and press the Coffee switch (3). The pilot lamp will come on, indicating that the coffee maker is operating.
You may serve a cup of coffee before the brew cycle has finished. Upon removing the glass jug from the hot plate, the dripping will be temporarily detained. Read the instructions carefully. Safeguard them for Return the glass jug to the hot plate within 20 seconds. future.
Before plugging the coffee maker into the mains, MAKING ESPRESSO COFFEE (Fig. 8 - 13) check that the voltage corresponds to that stated on the characteristics plate. The use of an electrical 1. Plug the appliance into the mains and check that socket with an earth connection is recommended. the Espresso & Cappuccino switch (10) is in the Always place the appliance on a flat, stable surface. OFF position and that the steam regulator (12) is closed. Avoid moving the appliance while it is operating. The glass jugs are designed for use with this coffee maker. They must not be used on cooker hobs or in micro-wave ovens. Never place the hot jugs on a cold or damp surface. Do not pour cold water into the jugs while they are still hot. Do not use the jugs if they are cracked or if the handle comes loose. 2. Unscrew the lid on the tank (9) and pour in the desired amount of water. The jug (16) shows the amounts required for two or four cups. Screw the lid back on and tighten it securely.
3. Place the filter (15) into the filter holder (14). Use the filters two or four cup level marks to gauge the Do not leave the appliance unattended, especially amount of coffee needed. Clean off any coffee that may be left around the edge of the filter holder. when children are about. Do not touch the hot surfaces. Use the handles or Important: To get the best results, use a coarsely ground coffee, Italian espresso type. Do not pack the buttons. coffee down. Never immerse the cable, plug or base unit in water Put the filter holder into position being guided by or any other liquid. the marks and turn it to the right until Switch the coffee maker off and unplug it from the you notice the stop. Place the jug (16) so that the mains when it is not in use and before cleaning it. opening lines up with the coffee outlet. If you want Leave it to cool down before putting it away or the coffee to pour directly into the cups, insert the removing pieces and before cleaning the appliance. adapter (17). Do not operate the coffee maker without water. Turn the taste selector (11) to the desired position:
Before using the espresso coffee maker make sure Position will produce normal coffee, position that the water tank has been closed correctly. Do not will produce a much stronger coffee. Press the
Espresso & Cappuccino switch (10). The pilot lamp DESCALING will come on and after a short time the coffee will begin to pour through. When the coffee stops coming The coffee maker should be descaled regularly. The frequency will depend on the hardness of the water out put the switch to the OFF position. and usage. Important: The tank can only be opened safely when all the water A) Descaling the drip-feed coffee maker has been used up and the tank is longer under 1. Place the empty jug (2) on the hot plate (1). pressure. To make sure that the tank is no longer under 2. Dilute three cups of vinegar in nine cups of water pressure: and pour the mixture into the tank (6). - Switch the Espresso & Cappuccino switch (10) 3. Switch the drip-feed coffee maker on for one off and unplug the appliance. minute. Switch it off and let it stand for half an - Place a jar filled with water under the steam hour. nozzle (13). 4. Switch the coffee maker back on so that it empties - Select steam position on the selector (11) and turn the steam regulator (12) in an anticlockwise direction. - When steam stops coming out, turn the steam regulator in a clockwise direction. out the water/vinegar solution. Throw it away and clean the jug. 5. To flush out any remains of vinegar run the dripfeed coffee maker twice more but with water only.
B) Descaling the espresso coffee maker After having made coffee, the filter holder should be left to cool down for a few minutes before removing 1. Before proceeding with the descaling, remove the filter holder (14) and the filter (15). it from the coffee maker. 2. Remove any coffee remains that may be present on the coffee outlet head. MAKING CAPPUCCINO (Fig. 8 - 17) 3. With the aid of the Jugs (16) level marks dissolve Follow the instructions for making coffee. The level one part vinegar to three parts water and pour the mark on the jug (16) shows the amount of water mix into the tank (9). Place a container under the needed to make two cups of coffee and to froth up coffee outlet and another below the steam nozzle. the milk. To make four cups of cappuccino fill the 4. Turn on the steam regulator (12) and let steam jug up as far as the lower part of the metal band. come out for approximately 30 seconds. When you have made the desired amount of coffee steam 5. Turn off the steam regulator and let the rest of the put the coffee-steam switch (11) to the mix come through the coffee outlet head. position. When the coffee maker reaches the required pressure the green pilot lamp will come on. Place a 6. Let the coffee maker cool down. jug of cold milk under the steam nozzle (13) and 7. To flush out any remains of vinegar run the espresso turn the steam regulator (12) in an anti-clockwise coffee maker twice more but with water only. Do direction. not forget to let the coffee maker cool down between cycles. To obtain froth, place the steam nozzle just on the surface of the milk and move the jug gently in a circular motion. Once the froth is ready move the jug up and ADVICE ON DISPOSAL: down slightly to heat up the milk. Turn the steam regulator in a clockwise direction to shut off the steam. Our goods come in optimised packaging. This Pour the frothed-up milk onto the coffee. If so desired, basically consists in using non-contaminating it can be sprinkled with cinnamon or grated chocolate materials which should be handed over to the local waste disposal service as secondary raw materials. and decorated with a stick of cinnamon. Your local town council can give you information about how to dispose of obsolete appliances.
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