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Saeco Talea RingSaeco S-TRP-ST Talea Ring Plus Super Automatic Espresso Machine
The Talea Ring Plus has a LCD display with a click wheel interface for simplified operation of programmable settings. The Talea takes care of the grinding, dosing, tamping and brewing, but allows for personal taste in the programming of coffee size, strength and temperature. The LCD display lets you know what is happening in the machine at all times and will even tell you when maintenance and cleaning are needed. The Talea Ring Plus offers a new technology with its milk island for automatic frot... Read more

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Brand: Saeco
Part Numbers: S-TRP-ST, STRPST
UPC: 0708461000170, 708461000170

 

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Operation and maintenance manual
Before using the machine, please read the attached operating instructions. Carefully read the safety rules

Mode d'emploi

Veuillez lire attentivement le mode d'emploi (notamment les consignes de scurit) avant d'utiliser l'appareil.

FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY

IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and/or injury to persons, including the following: 1 Read all instructions and information in this instruction book and any other literature included in this carton referring to this product before operating or using this appliance. 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 liquid. 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 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 way. Return appliance to the nearest authorized service centre 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 cord hang over edge of 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 turn appliance OFF, then plug cord into the wall outlet. To disconnect, turn switch to OFF, then remove plug from wall outlet. 12 Do not use appliance for other than intended household use. 13 Use extreme caution when using hot steam.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

This appliance is for household use only. Any servicing, other than cleaning and user maintenance, should be performed by an authorized service centre. Do not immerse machine in water. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not disassemble the machine. There are no user serviceable parts inside the machine serviceable by the user. Repair should be done by authorized service personnel only. 1 Check voltage to be sure that the voltage indicated on the nameplate corresponds with your voltage. 2 Never use warm or hot water to fill the water tank. Use cold water only. 3 Keep your hands and the cord away from hot parts of the appliance during operation. 4 Never clean with scrubbing powders or harsh cleaners. Simply use a soft cloth dampened with water. 5 For optimal taste of your coffee, use purified or bottled water. Periodic descaling is still recommended every 2-3 months.

CAUTION

A A short power-supply cord is provided to reduce risks of tangling or tripping over a longer cord. B Longer extension cords are available and may be used if care is exercised in their use. C If a long extension cord is used: 1 the marked electrical rating of the 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 grounding type 3 the cord should not hang from the table to avoid the risk of tangling or tripping.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE POWER SUPPLY CORD

CONTENTS

GENERAL INFORMATION.... 3 APPLIANCE..... 4

ACCESSORIES..... 4

INSTALLATION.... 5
STARTING THE MACHINE..... 5 SETTING THE LANGUAGE..... 6
AQUA PRIMA WATER FILTER..... 7

DISPLAY..... 8

(OPTI-DOSE) INDICATES THE GROUND COFFEE QUANTITY.... 8

ADJUSTMENTS..... 9

COFFEE INTENSITY.... 9 ADJUSTING THE HEIGHT OF THE DRIP TRAY..... 9 COFFEE GRINDER ADJUSTMENT..... 9
BEVERAGE DISPENSING..... 10

APPLIANCE

Coffee bean hopper Coffee bean hopper cover Cup warming surface Control panel SBS knob Dispensing head Service door Dregs drawer Compartment for preground coffee Power button
Hot water / steam knob Button for raising/lowering the drip tray
Hot water / steam spout Water tank Brew Group Milk Island connection Drip tray

Socket for power cable

ACCESSORIES

Aqua Prima

Ground coffee measuring scoop

Water hardness tester

Cleaning brush

Grinder adjustment key

Power cable

INSTALLATION

STARTING THE MACHINE
Make sure that the main power button is not pressed in the ON position.
Remove the coffee bean hopper cover. Fill the hopper with coffee beans.
Close the cover pushing it down completely.
Remove the water tank. We recommend installing the Aqua
Fill the tank with fresh drinking water. Do not exceed the max level indicated on the water tank. the machine.
Attach the female end of the power cord to the machine. Insert the male end into the power outlet (see data tag).
Place a container beneath the hot water spout.
The machine automatically primes the water circuit. The machine is now ready for use.
Water may not be dispensed into the container. This should not be considered a malfunction.
Press the main power button to the ON position.
TO ASSESS WATER HARDNESS, SEE WATER HARDNESS MENU ON PAGE 20.

SETTING THE LANGUAGE

These settings allow you to regulate the machines parameters to dispense coffee according to the typical parameters of the country where it is used. For this reason, the languages are also differentiated by location.

1 beverage settings

2 machine settings
Select machine settings by navigating Press selection.

2.1 language English

Press selection.
Select by navigating the click
When the desired language is displayed, press.
The machine now displays the messages in the language selected.
Press until the following message is displayed.
Wait until the machine completes the heating stage. When the right temperature is reached, the machine performs a rinse cycle in the internal circuits. A small quantity of water is dispensed. Wait for this cycle to be completed automatically. The screen for product dispensing appears on the display. See page 8.

AQUA PRIMA WATER FILTER

To improve the quality of the water you use, and guarantee longer machine life at the same time, it is
Remove the Aqua Prima water date of the current month. until it clicks into place.
Fill the tank with fresh drinking tank for 30 minutes for correct initialization.

BEVERAGE DISPENSING

COFFEE BREWING CAN BE STOPPED AT ANY TIME BY PRESSING THE BUTTON AGAIN. THE STEAM SPOUT MAY REACH HIGH TEMPERATURES: DANGER OF SCALDING. DO NOT TOUCH IT WITH BARE HANDS.
Check that all the containers are clean. To carry out this operation, follow the instructions in the Cleaning and Maintenance section (see page 34). serving of coffee. Coffee dispensing is then restarted and completed.
ESPRESSO / COFFEE / LONG COFFEE
This procedure shows how to dispense an espresso. To dispense another type of coffee, select it by navigating
Position 1 - 2 cup(s) to dispense an espresso
Position 1 - 2 cup(s) to dispense a regular coffee or a long coffee
Select the desired beverages by navigating the click wheel with
If desired, select the quantity of coffee to be ground by pressing the button one or more times.
Press the button: once for 1 cup and twice for 2 cups. The machine begins dispensing the selected beverage.
The machine ends dispensing automatically on the basis of the quantity determined by the manufacturer. It is possible to customize this quantity (see page 16).
DISPENSING BEVERAGES WITH GROUND COFFEE
The machine allows you to use pre-ground and decaffeinated coffee. Pre-ground coffee must be poured into the appropriate compartment positioned next to the coffee bean hopper. Only use coffee ground for espresso machines and never coffee beans or instant coffee.
WARNING: ONLY PUT PRE-GROUND COFFEE INTO THE COMPARTMENT WHEN YOU WISH TO DISPENSE THIS TYPE OF BEVERAGE. ONLY INSERT ONE SCOOP OF GROUND COFFEE AT A TIME. TWO CUPS OF COFFEE CANNOT BE DISPENSED AT THE SAME TIME. The preparation of an espresso using pre-ground coffee is shown in the example given below. The customized choice of using pre-ground coffee is shown on the display.
pre-ground espresso coffee 08:33
insert ground coffee and press ok
2. 1. Select the desired beverage by navigating the click wheel with Select the function by pressing the button until the pre-ground option appears. Press the A message reminds the user to pour ground coffee into the appropriate compartment.
brewing in progress please wait
Pour one scoop of ground coffee into the appropriate compartment using the measuring scoop provided.

Press the brewing.

button to start
Note: If brewing does not start within 30 seconds from the appearance of the message (3), the machine will return to the main menu and discharge any inserted coffee into the coffee grounds drawer; If no pre-ground coffee is poured into the compartment, only water will be dispensed; If the dose is excessive or if 2 or more scoops of coffee are added, the machine will not dispense the beverage and the coffee in the compartment will be discharged into the grounds drawer.

HOT WATER DISPENSING

DISPENSING MAY BE PRECEDED BY SHORT SPURTS OF HOT WATER AND SCALDING IS POSSIBLE. THE HOT WATER/STEAM SPOUT MAY REACH HIGH TEMPERATURES: DO NOT TOUCH IT WITH BARE HANDS. USE THE APPROPRIATE HANDLE ONLY.

selected hot water

Place a container beneath the steam/hot water spout.

Press the

Turn the knob to the position.
brewing in progress hot water
The display shows brewing in progress. hot water
Wait until the machine has dispensed the desired quantity of water.
When the machine has dispensed the desired quantity, turn the knob until it is in the rest position ( ).
To dispense another cup of hot water, repeat this operation.

DISPENSING STEAM

selected steam
Place a container with the beverage to be warmed up beneath the steam spout.
brewing in progress steam
The display shows brewing in progress. steam
Heat the beverage; move the container while heating.
the knob until it is in the rest position ( ).
Repeat the operation to heat another beverage.
After dispensing, clean the steam spout as described on page 34.

MAKING CAPPUCCINO

Fill 1/3 of the cup with cold milk.
Immerse the steam spout in the milk.
Froth the milk by gently swirling the cup.
Place the cup beneath the dispensing head.
Press the button once: coffee dispensing begins.
After dispensing, clean the steam spout as described on page 34. To dispense 2 cappuccinos: froth two cups of milk by following step 1 to 6; dispense two coffees by following steps 7 and 8 (in this case, press the

button twice).

MILK ISLAND (OPTIONAL)
This device, which may be purchased separately, enables you to easily and comfortably prepare delicious cappuccinos. Warning: before using the Milk Island, read the manual and all precautions carefully for correct use. Important note: the quantity of milk in the carafe must never be below the MIN minimum level nor exceed the MAX maximum level. Thoroughly clean all the Milk Island components after use. To guarantee best results when preparing cappuccino, we recommend using cold (0-8C / 32-45F), partially skimmed milk. 3
Fill the milk carafe with the quantity of milk desired (between the MIN and MAX levels indicated). 4
Place the milk carafe onto the base of the Milk Island. Check that the light on the base is green. The machine will stop automatically after dispensing steam continuously for 2 minutes. To dispense more steam turn the knob to the ( ) position and then back to the position.
Turn the knob to the position. 5
Wait for the milk to be frothed.
When the desired emulsion has been reached, turn the knob until it is in the rest position ( ). 7 8
Remove the carafe using the handle.

Gently swirl the carafe and pour the milk into the cup.
Position the cup with frothed milk under the dispensing head. Dispense coffee into the cup.

BEVERAGE PROGRAMMING

Every beverage can be programmed according to your individual tastes.
1. PROGRAMMING FOR SELF-LEARNING
You can program the quantity of coffee and/or milk you wish to be dispensed into the cups when you press the button for any beverage. Select the type of beverage you want to program, then press and hold the button until the display shows (for example): programming

espresso coffee

The machine dispenses coffee. When the required amount is reached, press the The display shows: saved

button again.

The dispensed quantity of coffee and/or milk is memorized and replaces any previous settings.
2. PROGRAMMING FROM THE BEVERAGE SETTINGS MENU
To adjust the settings for preparing beverages: press the In this phase you can: button and select beverage settings by
exit the programming mode. (see page 18)

beverage settings

restore factory settings
by navigating the click wheel with settings for: - the quantity of coffee to be brewed; - the coffee temperature; - prebrewing the coffee. - select the quantity of coffee to be ground (opti-dose) or select the function to set: - the coffee temperature; - coffee prebrewing. The following page describes how to program coffee beverages; the settings to program each beverage may differ depending on the type of beverage. save the new settings.
Check that the water and coffee bean container are full; place the cup under the dispensing head.
Select beverage settings. Press the

1.1 espresso coffee

When the settings are changed, the message on the When the changes are stored 2. 1. 2.
medium aroma espresso coffee
Select the beverage to program. Press the
a few times Press the button to adjust the quantity of coffee to be ground or select the use of preground coffee. Press the button to save.

espresso coffe +

temperature: medium espresso coffee
1. 2. Change the coffee quantity by navigating the click wheel with your. button for more than Press the two seconds to access the other settings to program.
Change the temperature setting (high, medium, low) by navigating Press the button to save.
prebrewing: normal espresso coffee
Prebrewing: the coffee is slightly dampened before brewing to bring out the full aroma of the coffee which acquires an excellent taste.
button to select the Press the prebrew setting.
Change the prebrew value (normal, long, off) by turning the click wheel with your button to save.

PROGRAMMING THE MACHINE

> machine settings > cup-warming surface To turn on/off the operation of the cup warming surface located on the top of the machine.A warm cup allows you to fully savour the coffee and taste its full aroma.

CLOCK SETTING MENU

> machine settings > clock setting To set the current time, date and hour format to display.
In this menu you can set: - the current time (hour and minutes) - the hour format (24 hours - AM/PM) - the current date (day - month - year day of the week) - the date format (American international).

Time setting

> machine settings > clock setting > time setting To set the current time on the machine

2.7.1 time setting 16:54

1. 2. Set the time by navigating the Save using the button.
1. 2. Set the minutes by navigating the Save using the button.

Time format

> machine settings > clock setting > time format To set the time view mode. This setting adjusts all clock functions to either am/pm or 24 hour formats.

2.7.2 time format 24h

1. 2. 2.
The machine also allows displaying the time in the American format (am/pm). 2.

Date setting

> machine settings > clock setting > date setting To set the date (day, month, year, day of the week).
2.7.3 date setting tuesday 18/04/06
1. 2. Select the day and press the
1. 2. Select the month and press the
1. 2. Select the year and press the
The day of the week is automatically set according to the set date.

Date format

> machine settings > clock setting > date format setting the date.
2.7.4 time format GG/MM/AAAA
The machine also allows displaying the date in the American format (MM/GG/AAAA).

MAINTENANCE

To access the machines maintenance programs, press the the

3.1 water filter 3.3

button, select maintenance and press

group wash

wash the Brew Group.

3.2 descaling

management menu.

WATER FILTER MENU

> maintenance > water filter
In this menu you can: - check the number of litres before replacement;

Litres remaining

> maintenance > water filter > litres left
3.1.1 water filter litres left 59
> maintenance > water filter > filter status

Filter state

3.1.2 filter status on
Select by navigating the click It is possible to set: - on - off Press the button to save.

Load filter

> maintenance > water filter > activate filter
When the cycle ends, turn the knob to the rest position ( ) and remove the container.
Place a container beneath the steam spout.
Turn the knob to the reference.

DESCALING MENU

> maintenance > descaling
In this menu you can: - check the number of litres before descaling; - carry out the machine descaling cycle. 2.
> maintenance > descaling > litres left To display how many litres of water can still be used before the machine requests a descaling cycle.
3.2.1 litres left descaling 115

Descaling cycle

> maintenance > descaling > execute now To perform the automatic descaling cycle. Descaling is necessary every 3-4 months when water dispenses more slowly than normal or when the machine indicates it. The machine must be turned on and will automatically manage the distribution of the descaling agent. A PERSON MUST BE PRESENT DURING THE OPERATION. WARNING! NEVER USE VINEGAR AS A DESCALER. Saeco descaler is recommended; however, you can use any non-toxic and/or non-harmful descaling beverage for coffee machines, commonly available in the shops. The used solution is to be disposed of according to the manufacturers instructions and/or regulations in force in the country of use.
Note: before beginning the descaling cycle make sure that: 1. a large enough container is positioned under the water spout; 2. THE AQUA PRIMA FILTER HAS BEEN REMOVED.
3.2.2 descaling execute now
Descaling is carried out at a controlled temperature. If the machine is cold, you must wait until it has reached the right temperature; otherwise you must cool the boiler as follows:
If the boiler needs to be heated, the machine does so automatically. When the heating stage is complete, the open water/steam knob message appears. Then proceed as described in point 5.

open water/steam knob

insert descaler ok to start cycle
When the following message appears, the heater is at the right temperature
Pour the descaling solution into the tank. Insert the tank into the machine.

button to start.

following message appears on the display:
descaling cycle please wait

passage [ 2/15]

fill the water tank
The machine begins to dispense the descaling solution through the hot water spout. The dispensing occurs at predetermined intervals, in order to allow the solution to be more effective.
The intervals are displayed in such a way as to check the state of progress of the process.
Remove the water tank, rinse with fresh drinking water to eliminate traces of descaling drinking water.
Insert the tank with fresh drinking water.
rinse cycle ok to start cycle

rinse cycle please wait

rinse cycle completed
Rinse the machines circuits by pressing the button.
The machine performs the rinse cycle. During the rinse cycle, the machine may require the water tank
following screen appears. Then the display shows the maintenance screen.
When descaling is complete, return to the main menu to dispense beverages.
Turn the knob until it is in the rest position ( ). Check the quantity of water in the tank and desired.

Brew Group Washing

> maintenance > group wash To clean the machines internal circuits used for brewing coffee. To wash the Brew Group, simply clean with water as shown on page 35. This wash completes maintenance of the Brew Group. We recommend using Saeco tablets, which can be purchased separately. Note: before performing this function make sure that: 1. a large enough container is positioned under the spout; 2. the appropriate tablet for cleaning the Brew Group has been inserted into the compartment for pre-ground coffee; THE WASH CYCLE CANNOT BE INTERRUPTED. A PERSON MUST BE PRESENT DURING THE OPERATION.

3.3 group wash

3.3.1 group wash do it now
insert tablet and press start

group wash please wait

Insert the tablet as shown above. Press to start.
Wait for the cycle to end.

passage [2/3]

wash cycle completed please wait
You can check the status of washing.
The Brew Group has been washed. Exiting programming mode. (see page 18)

ENERGY SAVING

To adjust the energy saving parameters, press the button, select energy saving and press the

turn-off delay 180

monday
Set the time which must pass after the last product dispensing before the machine enters the energy saving mode.

4.2 timer setting off

Set the machines turn on/off times (one setting for each day of the week)
Enable/disable the machines turn on/ off times programmed for the days of the week.

TURN OFF DELAY

> energy saving > turn-off delay By default, the off delay time is set at 180 minutes.

4.1 turn-off delay 180

It is possible to set: - 15 miniutes - min - 180 miniutes - max Press the button to save.

TIMER SETTING

> energy saving > timer setting The set times (timer) for the days of the week will only operate if this function is activated. If this is not the case, the timers will have no effect on the machines operation.

MONDAY TIMER SETTING

> energy saving > monday This and the following menus are used to set the turn on/off times for each day of the week. The procedure described below shows how to set the turn on/off times for the day of the week Monday. To set the turn on/off times for the other days of the week, follow the same procedure after selecting the desired day.

4.3 monday

4.3.1 switch on monday 8:00
4.3.2 switch off monday 8:00
1. 2. Set the turn on time by navigating the
1. 2. Set the minutes by navigating the
1. 2. Set the turn off time by navigating the
1. 2. Set the minutes by navigating the Press to exit the programming of the selected day.
You can set the turn on/off times for all the days of the week.
other days you want to program.

SPECIAL FUNCTIONS

This menu allows you to access special functions present on the machine. Press the button to access and select special function and press the button. Navigate the
reset settings execute now
restore the basic machine operating parameters.

RESTORE SETTINGS

> special function > reset settings The function for restoring all the factory settings is contained in this menu. This function is particularly important for restoring the basic parameters. ALL THE CUSTOM SETTINGS WILL BE LOST AND CANNOT BE RECOVERED. AFTER RESTORING FACTORY SETTINGS, YOU WILL NEED TO RE-PROGRAM ALL THE MACHINE FUNCTIONS, IF DESIRED.

5 special functions

5.1 reset settings execute now

reset settings are you sure?
1. 2. Select by pressing the button. Press the button to reset.
reset settings in progress.
The display shows the parameter
All parameters have been restored. Exit programming mode.

CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE

GENERAL MACHINE CLEANING
The cleaning described below must be performed once a week. Note: if water remains in the tank for several days, do not use it. WARNING! Never immerse the machine in water. If you remove grounds with the machine off or when not signaled on the display, the count of the grounds emptied into the drawer is not reset. For this reason the machine might display the empty grounds message even after preparing just a few coffees.
Switch off the machine and unplug it.
Clean the tank and the cover.
Remove the drip tray, empty and wash it.
Remove the grounds drawer.

Empty and clean it.

With the brush, clean the preground coffee compartment.
Remove the outer sleeve of the steam spout; then re-insert it.
Remove and wash the steam spout support; then re-insert it.
Clean the display with a dry cloth.

CLEANING THE BREW GROUP.

The Brew Group must be cleaned at least once a week. Wash the Brew Group with warm water. WARNING! Do not wash the Brew Group with detergents that can compromise its correct operation. Do not wash in the dishwasher.
Open the service door and remove the dregs drawer.
Press the PUSH button to remove the Brew Group.

and dry.

Make sure the Brew Group is in rest position; the two references must match.
Make sure the components are in the correct position. The hook shown must be in the correct position; to PUSH button.
The lever on the rear part of the group must be in contact with the group base.
Insert the washed and dried Brew Group. DO NOT PRESS THE PUSH BUTTON.

Insert the dregs drawer.

Close the service door.

ERROR CODES

HOW TO REMOVE THE MESSAGE seconds turn the machine on again to restore normal operation.If the problem persists, call the service centre and give the code (xx) shown on the display. Close the coffee bean hopper cover to be able to make a beverage. Put coffee beans into the provided container. Insert the brew group in its place. Insert the dregs drawer. Warning that does not block the machine. Proceed as for the next alarm. Remove the grounds drawer and empty the grounds into an appropriate container (See page 34, steps 4 and 5.). Note: The grounds drawer must be emptied only when the machine requires it and when the machine is turned on. If you empty the drawer with the machine turned off it will not record the emptying operation. In order for the machine to operate, the side door must be closed. water.

GUIDE MESSAGE THAT APPEARS out of service (xx) restart to fix
close coffee bean lid fill container wth coffee insert the brew group insert grounds drawer empty grounds empty grounds drawer
close door fill the water tank. empty the drip tray change the filter
Open the side door and empty the drip tray located under the Brew Group. 1. 60 litres of water have been dispensed; 2. 90 days have passed since its installation; 3. 20 days have passed and the machine has not been used. Note: this message only appears when on has been selected
carafe missing milk island missing
The steam knob has been turned to the position and either the Milk Island has not been installed or the carafe is not positioned correctly. Install the Milk Island or position the carafe correctly. Otherwise, turn the knob until it is in the rest position ( ). A descaling cycle must be performed on the machines internal circuits. Press the button.
descale stand-by energy saving

TROUBLESHOOTING

PROBLEMS
The machine does not turn on.

CAUSES

The machine is not connected to the power source.

SOLUTIONS

Connect the machine to the power source.
The plug has not been plugged into the Insert the plug into the machines power back of the machine. socket. Hot water or steam is not dispensed. Coffee has little crema. The hole of the steam spout is clogged. Clean the hole of the steam spout using a pin. The coffee blend is unsuitable or coffee Change coffee blend. is not freshly roasted. SBS system knob turned towards the left The Brew Group does not come out. The Brew Group is out of place. Turn the SBS system knob to the right Turn the machine on. Close the service door. The Brew Group is automatically placed in the correct position.
Dregs drawer is inserted.

Brew Group.

Fill the water tank and prime the circuit again. Clean the Brew Group. Change coffee blend. Decrease the dose.

Coffee is not brewed.

Water tank is empty. Brew group is dirty.
Coffee is brewed slowly. Brew group dirty. Coffee leaks out of the dispensing head. Dispensing head is clogged.
Clean the Brew Group. Clean the dispensing holes with a soft cloth.
Please contact the service centre for any problems not covered in the above table or when the suggested solutions do not solve the problem.

SAFETY RULES

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
IMMEDIATELY UNPLUG THE CORD FROM THE OUTLET.

ONLY USE THE APPLIANCE

Indoors. For preparing coffee, hot water and for frothing milk. For domestic use. By adults in non altered psycho-physical conditions.
PRECAUTIONS FOR THE USE OF THE MACHINE
Do not use the machine for purposes other than those indicated above, in order to avoid danger. Do not introduce any substances other than those indicated in the instruction manual. Fill the water tank only with fresh drinking water: Hot water and/or any other liquid may damage the machine. Do not use carbonated water. Before manipulating the coffee grinder, turn of the machines main switch and unplug the cord. Do not put instant coffee or whole bean coffee in the ground coffee container.

CONNECTION TO ELECTRICAL POWER
The connection to the electrical network must be carried out in accordance with the safety regulations in force in the users country. The machine must be connected to a socket which is: compatible with the type of plug installed on the machine; effectively grounded. The power cord must not: be crushed and/or come in contact with sharp surfaces; be used to move the machine; be used if damaged; be handled with damp or wet hands; be wound in a coil when the machine is being operated. Be tampered with.
Do not install the machine in areas where water could be sprayed. Optimal operational temperature: 10C - 40C / 50-104 degrees Fahrenheit maximum humidity: 90%. The machine should be installed in an adequately lit, ventilated, hygienic location and the electric socket should be within easy reach. Do not place on heated surfaces! Install it at least 10 cm / 4 from the walls and cooking surfaces. Do not use in places where the temperature may drop to a level equal to and/or lower than 0C / 32 degrees Fahrenheit. If the machine has been exposed to such conditions notify the customer service center, who will have to carry out a safety check. The machine must not be used in an explosive or volatile atmosphere or where there is a high concentration of dust or oily substances suspended in the air. Do not install the machine on top of other appliances.

DANGERS

The appliance must not be used by children and persons who have not been informed of its operation. The appliance is dangerous to children. When left unattended, unplug from the electrical outlet. Keep the coffee machine packaging out of the reach of children. Never direct the jet of hot water and/or steam towards yourself or others. Danger of scalding. Do not insert objects through the appliances openings. (Danger! Electrical Current!). Do not pull out the plug by yanking on the power cord or touching it with wet hands. Warning. Danger of burning when in contact with hot water, steam and the hot water spout.

FAILURES

Any repairs must be performed by an authorized customer service center. Do not use the appliance with a defective power cord. The manufacturer or its customer service center will have to replace the power cable if damaged. (Caution! Electrical Current!) Turn off the appliance before opening the service door. Danger of burns!

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Talea - Talea Ring Plus (Technology and Features)
SBS - Saeco Brewing System One twist. Infinite types of coffee. An absolutely revolutionary innovation. Saeco's new patented international exclusive: SBS (Saeco Brewing System) is the avant -garde technology which has changed the world of coffee machines. This ingenious system allows you to make an infinite variety of coffee beverages from just one fully automatic machine and at the mere twist of a knob. Whether it is an intense Italian ristretto (turn the knob to the right) or an American-style long coffee (turn the knob to the left) SBS satisfies all tastes, giving a full flavour and a truly unique creamy layer. In addition, the coffee dose in the extraction chamber is fully manipulated, thanks to the pressure, which remains constant throughout the extraction cycle. Through this process, all of the aro ma is concentrated in the cup, offering you a superb crema finish and a truly rich flavour.
Rapid Steam Rapid Steam technology reduces the normal waiting tim e between coffee brewing and steam output to just a few seconds, so you can froth milk to make cappuccinos, lattes, and macchiato coffee at the simple turn of the steam knob.
Click Wheel Interface The easy-to-use click wheel interface allows you to scroll through and select each menu option on the display with just a slight touch of the click wheel.
Ceramic Grinder For perfect-tasting coffee every time. The ceramic grinder is Saeco's most rece nt innovation, available in all new models of the Saeco range of automatic coffee machines. After careful research, Saeco finally chose this material to put an end to grinding with metal components. Ceramic is inert, and thus ensures the best results witho ut altering the flavour of the coffee. Moreover, it is perfectly safe to use. The new ceramic grinder also provides a more consistent grind, allowing perfect dosing and blending, and giving you more control over the density and body of your coffee. And tha t's not all - the amount of coffee residue left in the cup is substantially reduced. Long -lasting, minimum noise! Thanks to its sturdy build, the ceramic coffee grinder will quietly grind to the same consistency and high standards for a longer period of time.
Touch Lift The drip tray can be easily raised or lowered manually or electrically with a simple touch, allowing for different cup sizes. Espresso cups or glasses can easily be accommodated.
Pannarello Frothing Device The Pannarello frothing device dispenses steam in three differ ent directions and makes it easy to froth milk for cappuccinos and lattes. It also dispenses hot water for making hot drinks and soups, and is completely removable for easy cleaning.
Milk Island Capable (optional) The Milk Island is a unique Saeco development for all Talea models. In fact, it is the key function for all milk frothing connoisseurs. Whether you prefer espresso macchiato, cappuccino, latte macchiato or any other speciality, the preparation of creamy foam takes just a matter of seconds. The Milk Island is available in glass with a total capacity of 0.4 litres.
Aqua Prima Water Filter The Aqua Prima water filter was develop ed to remove impuritiesfrom your water that alter the taste of your coffee. The AquaPrima water filters purpose is to improve the taste of yourcoffee while protecting your machine from limescale damage.
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The Talea Ring Plus has a LCD display with a click wheel interface for simplified operation of programmable settings. The Talea takes care of the grinding, dosing, tamping and brewing, but allows for personal taste in the programming of coffee size, strength and temperature. The LCD display lets you know what is happening in the machine at all times and will even tell you when maintenance and cleaning are needed. The Talea Ring Plus offers a new technology with its milk island for automatic frothing, but also comes with a manual steam wand. The 13.5 ounce glass milk island plugs into the side of the machine and actually draws steam from the Talea to make its steamed and frothed milk. Best of all, it's easy to clean. The Talea offers the patented technology of the Saeco Brew System--turn the dial either right or left and change the strength and consistency of your coffee by either increasing or decreasing the water pressure as it moves through the grounds.

 

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