Russell Hobbs Glass Espresso Maker
FEATURES: Perfect Brewing Temperature; Auto Brew; 2-Hour Auto Shutoff; Programmable Clock; Removable Filter Basket; QuickTouch Programming; Easy-View Water Window; Duralife Carafe; Dishwasher-Safe Parts.
Part Number: BCM1410B
UPC: 0050875534025, 050875534025, 50875534025
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Russell Hobbs Glass Espresso Maker
User reviews and opinions
|atillett||6:08pm on Saturday, September 18th, 2010|
|It looks good Does not keep the coffee warm ; Water tank leaks from valve when filling ; If you like strong coffee the filter does not hold enough and...|
|john wheeler||10:52am on Monday, April 26th, 2010|
|Very surprised when it arrived both in looks of the product and quality. Only had this for a month so cannot comment on its realiabilty as yet. Matches other items from the range-expensive but looks great sometimes it doesnt switch itself off so water splashes up-will keep an eye on it and ret...|
|AARRGGHHH||5:12am on Wednesday, April 14th, 2010|
|Very good build quality and very stylish one of the nicest filter coffee makers I could find.|
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Instructions & Warranty
Russell Hobbs through and through
Russell Hobbs has been synonymous with life in the kitchen for over 50 years. Known, owned and proudly on display in millions of homes across the country. Allow Russell Hobbs to forge a reputation for timeless, stylish appliances in your home.
Complete range of Russell Hobbs products are available at www.russellhobbs.com.au | www.russellhobbs.co.nz
Salton (Aust) Pty. Ltd. | P.O. Box 683 Braeside Victoria 3195 Australia | Freecall 824 Salton NZ Ltd. | P.O. Box Albany Auckland 0752 New Zealand | Freecall 777
1. ON/OFF switch. 2. ON/OFF lamp. 3. Ready lamp. 4. Steam/Coffee mode switch. 5. Pump START/STOP switch. 6. Filter basket. 7. Handle clip. 8. Filter holder.
9. Drip plate. 10. Drip tray. 11. Measuring spoon/tamper. 12. Milk frother. 13. Steam control. 14. Water tank. 15. Water tank lid. 16. Cup warming tray.
Congratulations on the purchase of your Russell Hobbs Espresso Maker. Each unit is manufactured to ensure safety and reliability. Before using this appliance for the first time, please read this instruction booklet carefully and keep it for future reference. Pass it on if you pass on the Espresso Maker. When using your Espresso Maker, basic safety precautions should be followed. Carefully remove all contents from the box. As some parts may be packed separately, check to ensure all items have been removed from the packaging before disposal.
Place the espresso maker on flat, stable surface. Ensure the ON/OFF switch is set to the OFF position. Connect the plug to the wall power outlet and switch the outlet on.
FILLING THE WATER TANK
To remove the water tank simply lift upwards off the espresso maker. Fill the tank with water at the sink. Do not exceed the MAX level on the water tank. The tank may also be filled without removing it, simply by pouring water into it directly from a jug. Refit the tank by sliding it down onto the guides at the rear of the espresso maker ensuring that the valve at the bottom of the tank is located on the water inlet valve of the appliance. NOTE: Do not operate the espresso maker without water in the tank. Always remember to top up the water tank with water to keep the water level above the MIN level.
BEFORE FIRST USE
When using this Espresso Maker for the first time, it is very important to flush the unit and prime the pump. Fill water tank to MAX level mark. Fit and tighten filter holder in place (refer to the INSTALLING THE FILTER HOLDER section). Place a container under the filter holder to catch water. Ensure ALL switches are in the outermost position. Connect the plug to the wall power outlet and switch the outlet on. Press the ON/OFF switch to the ON position. Whilst in (coffee) mode, press the pump START/STOP switch to START. The pump will start and water from the tank will flow through the system and out of the filter holder spouts. Watch that the container under the filter holder doesnt overflow. If necessary, press the pump START/STOP switch to stop the pump, then empty container and continue the procedure until the water tank level nears the MIN level mark. Refill the tank.
The espresso maker has 2 indicator lamps. ON/OFF lamp - This lamp illuminates to indicate the unit is on. Ready lamp - This lamp illuminates only when the water has reached operating temperature. It will cycle on and off as the thermostat maintains optimum water temperature.
SELECTOR SWITCH POSITIONS
ON/OFF switch Steam/Coffee mode Pump START/STOP ON (steam) START OFF (coffee) STOP
NOTE: To ensure the coffee being made is hot, do not use the brew or steam functions unless the (Ready) lamp is illuminated.
PREHEATING THE APPLIANCE
NOTE: Always fill the water tank before the espresso maker is turned on and make sure the steam control is fully closed and all switches are in the outermost position. Fit and tighten the filter holder in place as described in INSTALLING THE FILTER HOLDER below. Turn the appliance ON by pressing the ON/OFF switch. The ON/OFF lamp will illuminate. To ensure the system is properly primed, start the pump by pressing the START/STOP switch. The pump will start and water will run out from the filter holder spouts. Press the START/STOP switch again to stop the pump. The (Ready) lamp will illuminate once the water in the boiler has fully heated. (coffee) For optimum preheating, the Espresso Maker should be left ON and in mode for approximately 10 minutes before making coffee.
NOTE: Although the optimum preheating time for the appliance is 10 minutes, coffee can be made once the (Ready) lamp is lit. However, waiting the 10 minutes allows the boiler to heat fully and espress whole cup(s) at optimum temperature.
INSTALLING THE FILTER HOLDER
To install the filter holder, hold the filter holder handle and place it level under the boiler outlet. Align the filter holder so that the handle is pointing towards the left hand side of the appliance. Lift the filter holder up ensuring it is fully inserted into the boiler outlet. Now rotate the handle to the right until it is tight.
PREPARING ESPRESSO COFFEE
NOTE: Always fill the water tank before the espresso maker is turned on and make sure the steam control is fully closed and all switches are in the outermost position. It is preferable to preheat the coffee cup(s) before brewing. With the espresso maker preheated and filter holder installed, place 1 or 2 cups under the filter holder and press the pump START/STOP switch to START. Hot water flows from the filter holder spouts into the cup. Press the pump START/STOP switch to STOP when sufficient water to preheat the cup(s) has been dispensed. Discard the preheating water and place the preheated cup(s) onto the warming tray to retain warmth until cups are needed.
BREWING ESPRESSO COFFEE
NOTE: The filter basket MUST be fitted in the filter holder. Fit the filter basket aligning the tip on the outside of the basket to the handle of the filter holder and drop into place. Rotate the filter basket to lock in. Use the measuring spoon/tamper to fill the filter basket with desired amount of ground coffee and press down (see NOTES below) using the tamper. Fit the filter holder into the espresso maker, making sure it is properly tightened. Place the preheated cup(s) under the filter holder spouts. Confirm the (Ready) lamp is illuminated and press the START/STOP switch to START. The pump will start and brewed coffee will pour from the filter holder spouts. Press the START/STOP switch to STOP once the desired amount of coffee has been drawn. NOTES: Tamping the coffee affects the strength of the espresso. If you press too hard, the coffee comes out slowly and the crema is dark in colour. If the coffee is not pressed enough, it will come out too quickly and the crema will be light in colour. Running the pump after the drawn coffee has changed to a light coffee can make the coffee bitter. To make a large cup of espresso coffee prefill the cup with HOT water and draw coffee on top.
REMOVING AND EMPTYING THE FILTER HOLDER
To remove after brewing, turn the filter holder from right to left. Once the filter holder has been removed from the machine, flip the handle clip over and hold it in place against the filter basket to prevent the filter basket from falling out when discarding the used coffee grounds. To remove the used coffee grounds, grip the filter holder handle and hold the handle clip firmly against the filter basket. Invert the filter holder and tap it firmly against the edge of a disposal/kitchen bin. Clean the filter basket and holder for future use. NOTE: During brewing, the filter holder contains boiling water under pressure. To prevent possible scalding from hot water and steam, never attempt to remove the filter holder from the espresso maker during the brewing process, whilst the pump is running.
CAPPUCCINO & LATTE
A Cappuccino is an espresso with hot milk and a frothy milk top. A latte is basically the same only with more milk and less froth. Prepare your espresso as described above. Fill a small jug (preferable metal) with the desired amount of milk. As milk expands when heated, and to allow additional room for the froth do not fill the jug more than two thirds full. The jug must be deep enough to cover the end of the frother but without it hitting the bottom of the jug. Do not try to make too much froth at one time. Too much steam will flatten the milk, leaving you with nothing but hot, watery milk.
HEATING AND FROTHING THE MILK
Set the Steam/Coffee mode switch to Wait until the (steam). (Ready) lamp illuminates.
Bring the jug containing the milk up to the milk frother and hold it so that the end of the milk frother is just below the surface of the milk. Turn the steam control gradually anti-clockwise to release steam from the milk frother. Move the jug up and down slowly, keeping the end of the frother below the surface of the milk. Do not lift the end of the milk frother out of the milk or it will spatter. When the milk has warmed to your liking and there is enough froth, turn the steam control clockwise to close it. Do not overheat the milk or you may adversely affect the flavour of the coffee. To make a cappuccino, pour the heated milk over the crema leaving some room in the cup, then spoon the froth on top. To make a latte, fill the cup by pouring the heated milk over the crema.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Switch off and unplug the Espresso Maker from the wall power outlet, and let it cool down fully. Grip the filter holder handle and turn the filter holder from right to left for removal. To remove the used coffee grounds, grip the filter holder handle and hold the handle clip firmly against the filter basket. Invert the filter holder and tap it firmly against the edge of a disposal/kitchen bin. Pull the clip back and remove the filter basket. Lift the drip tray off the base and lift the cover off the drip tray. Wipe the drip tray, drip tray cover and the body of the appliance with a damp cloth. Wash the filter and filter holder in warm soapy water. Rinse thoroughly and dry. NOTE: Do not use solvents or strong detergents when cleaning the espresso maker cabinet. Use a damp cloth. CLEANING THE MILK FROTHER AND ENHANCER After each use of the milk frother, it is necessary to clean the froth enhancer in the following manner: Check that the steam tube is cool. Remove the froth enhancer by sliding it off the end of the steam tube and rinsing in warm water. Wipe over the steam tube and nozzle with a damp cloth. Refit the froth enhancer by sliding back on the steam tube and pressing upwards to lock. At least once a month, it is necessary to clean the steam outlet in the following manner: Check that the espresso maker is cool and the plug is detached from the wall power outlet. Remove the froth enhancer. Using the measuring spoon/tamper spanner, loosen the steam nozzle, unscrew from the end of the steam outlet tube. Carefully remove the steam nozzle and wash it together with the froth enhancer in warm soapy water. Rinse thoroughly. Extra care should be taken to ensure the hollow centre of both items is clean and clear of milk residue. Using a damp cloth, clean the steam tube. Refit the steam nozzle to the steam tube and gently tighten using measuring spoon/ tamper spanner. Refit the froth enhancer.
CLEANING THE ESPRESSO BOILER OUTLET At least twice a year, it is necessary to clean the outlet of the espresso boiler in the following manner: Check that the espresso maker is cool and the plug is detached from the wall power outlet. Using a screwdriver, unscrew the screw in the outlet of the espresso boiler. Carefully remove the screw, shower head, spring and pressure valve.These parts can all be washed in warm soapy water and rinsed thoroughly. Extra care should be taken to clear the holes around the side of the outlet screw. Using a damp cloth, clean the boiler outlet. Refit the parts into the espresso boiler outlet.
SHOWER HEAD OUTLET SCREW
It is advisable to clean the scale from the appliance at least once a year. CLEANING PROCEDURE Dissolve 2 teaspoons of citric acid in 1 litre of water. Add solution to water tank. Press the ON/OFF switch to the ON position. Select the (Ready) lamp illuminates. (coffee) mode. Wait until
Check that the filter holder is not attached and place a container under the boiler outlet. Press the pump START/STOP switch to START and allow half of the solution in the tank to flow out. Press the pump START/STOP switch to STOP. Allow solution to sit for approx 15 minutes. Press the pump START/STOP switch to START and run until the tank level reaches the MIN level. To flush out the remains of the solution and the scale, remove the tank, rinse well, fill with clean water and refit. Press the pump START/STOP switch to START, and allow half of the solution in the tank to flow out. Press the pump START/STOP switch to STOP. Wait a few minutes and repeat until the tank reaches the MIN level. Repeat the previous 2 steps.
When using your Espresso Maker, basic safety precautions should be followed, including but not limited to the following:
1. This appliance uses steam under pressure. Improper use may result in a scalding injury. 2. To protect against electrical hazards do not immerse the power cord, plug or appliance in water or
any other liquid.
3. Do not use in a bathroom or near any source of water. 4. Do not use outdoors. 5. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
6. This appliance is not a toy. Children should be supervised to ensure they do not play with this
7. Sit the espresso maker on a stable, level, heat-resistant surface. 8. Do not leave the espresso maker unattended while plugged in and switched on. Always monitor
when in use.
9. Do not touch hot surfaces. 10. When using the milk frother always keep your fingers away from the steam. 11. Use only clean, cold, fresh water. Do not fill the water tank with milk or any other liquid. 12. Do not fill above the MAX mark indicated on the water tank. 13. Keep the appliance and power cord away from the edge of countertops and out of reach of
children and infirmed persons.
14. Keep the appliance and power cord away from hotplates, all hot surfaces and burners. 15. Route the power cord so it doesnt overhang, and cannot be tripped over or caught. 16. Do not use the espresso maker near or below curtains or other combustible materials. 17. Do not place the appliance under cupboards, shelves or anything that might be damaged by heat
18. Unplug the espresso maker when not in use, before moving or cleaning. Let it cool down before
cleaning and storing away.
19. Use only accessories or attachments supplied for specific use with the Russell Hobbs espresso
20. Do not use the espresso maker for any purpose other than those described in these instructions. 21. There are no user serviceable parts. If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
22. Do not operate this appliance with a damaged power cord/plug or after the appliance has
malfunctioned, or been dropped or damaged in any manner. Contact customer service for examination, adjustment, repair or replacement.
23. To disconnect, turn off the wall power outlet then grasp the plug and remove from wall power
outlet. Never pull by the cord.
24. Never install the espresso maker in an environment that can reach a temperature less than or
equal to 0C. If the water freezes, the espresso maker may be damaged.
25. This appliance is not intended to be operated by means of an external timer or separate control system. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS THIS APPLIANCE IS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE
Limited 2 year warranty
Nothing in this warranty or the instructions relating to the product excludes, restricts or otherwise affects your statutory rights under the Trade Practices Act 1974 and other relevant legislation. In addition to your statutory rights, Salton (Aust) Pty Ltd and Salton NZ Ltd (hereafter referred to as Salton) provide a LIMITED 2 YEAR WARRANTY for this product. Salton warrants this product free from defects in material and workmanship for two (2) years from the date of purchase. Within this warranty period Salton will repair or replace defective parts at no charge. Defective products may be returned to Salton or the place of purchase. Salton recommends you keep your receipt as proof of purchase. If distance prevents you from taking the product to the place of purchase, please call the Salton customer service department freecall within Australia 842, or freecall within New Zealand 777. The warranty does not cover improper installation, misuse, abuse or neglect of the product. This warranty also does not cover any product taken apart, altered or serviced by an unauthorised repairer. Registration of your warranty card is not compulsory, but entitles you to receive these benefits:
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AUSTRALIAN CUSTOMER SERVICE
Salton (Aust) Pty. Ltd. P.O. Box 683 Braeside Victoria 3195 Australia Freecall: 842 Hours: 9am-5pm (EST) Mon-Fri www.salton.com.au
NEW ZEALAND CUSTOMER SERVICE
Salton NZ Ltd. P.O. Box Albany Auckland 0752 New Zealand Freecall: 777 Hours: 9am-5pm Mon-Fri www.salton.co.nz
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Russell Hobbs Coffee Grinder (Model #9715)
Last updated: 16th March, 2011
If you have a question that is not covered below, feel free to Contact Us.
Q. How many coffee beans do I put in? Place the coffee beans into the bowl. How much depends on the type of coffee, how strong and how many cups you want. Only grind what you need to use. It is best to grind fresh coffee beans for each use. As a general guide you will need 1 rounded dessert spoon of coffee beans per cup. The grinder holds approximately 5 rounded dessert spoons of coffee beans. Q. Can I overfill the coffee grinder with beans? Yes. Do not fill the coffee grinder to the brim with whole beans - ground coffee will spill when you take the lid off. The grinder holds approximately 5 rounded dessert teaspoons of coffee beans. Q. How do I grind the coffee beans? Fit the lid so that the push-button is above the switch. Check to ensure the lid is sealed around the bowl. Plug the grinder into a power outlet and switch on. Hold the lid down and press the push-button to start grinding. Release the push-button to stop grinding. Wait until the blades have stopped moving before releasing and removing the lid. Q. Can I adjust the grind size? Yes. You need a fine grind for espresso coffee, medium grind for filter coffee and coarse grind for percolators and plungers. Grind in 5 second bursts, watching through the lid and stop when the grind size meets your requirements. Do not grind continually for more than one minute to prevent overheating of the motor. Q. How do I empty the grinder? Unplug the grinder. Tap the side of the grinder to settle the coffee in the bowl. Remove the lid. Tip or spoon the coffee into the espresso machine, filter etc. Q. How do I clean the grinder? Unplug the coffee grinder from the power outlet before cleaning. Take care when cleaning around the blade. Do not lubricate the blade or spindle. Clean out the bowl with a soft brush (e.g. a pastry brush) after each use - stale coffee from previous grinding will taint the next grinding. Wipe the outside of the body with a soft damp cloth. Dry thoroughly before use. Do not immerse the grinder in water or any other liquid. Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaners or solvents. Q. My coffee tastes strange. It could be possible that coffee from the previous grind hasnt been cleaned properly. Stale coffee may taint the next grind. Ensure you clean the grinder after every use.
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Salton (Aust) Pty Ltd|ABN 126 050|7 Chifley Drive Mentone VIC 3194|PO Box 683 Braeside VIC 3195 T +8586 0100|F +9590 9299|Freecall firstname.lastname@example.org|www.russellhobbs.com.au
Q. Can I service this appliance? There are no user serviceable parts in this appliance. If the unit is not operating correctly, please check the following: You have followed the instructions correctly. That the wall power outlet is switched on. That the mains power supply is ON. That the plug is firmly in the power outlet. If the appliance still does not work after checking the above, contact the Salton Customer Service department. Q. How long is the warranty? Defects affecting product functionality appearing within two year of purchase will be corrected by replacement or repair provided the product is used and maintained in accordance with the instructions. Q. I have lost my instruction book. How do I get another? Go to our website www.russellhobbs.com.au Salton Service on Free Call 842
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