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SE Bruksanvisning
DK Brugervejledning
NO Instruksjonsveiledning
SF Käyttöopas
GB Instructions
DE Bedienungsanleitung
FR Mode d'emploi
IT Istruzioni per l'uso
NL Gebruiksaanwijzingen
ES Instrucciones para el uso
PT Instruções de utilização
GR Οδηγίες χρήσης
CZ Návod k použití
PL Instrukcja obsługi
HU Használati kézikönyv
SK Návod na použitie
SI Uporabniški priročnik
HR Priručnik sa uputstvima
RS Priručnik sa uputstvima
RO Manual instrucţiuni
LV Instrukciju rokasgrāmata
LT Naudotojo vadovas
EE Kasutusjuhend
TR Kullanım talimatları
BG Наръчник с инструкции
RU Инструкции по эксплуатации
UA УКР Довідник користувача


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Summary of Contents for AEG PE3811-M

  • Page 1 RS Priručnik sa uputstvima SE Bruksanvisning ES Instrucciones para el uso RO Manual instrucţiuni DK Brugervejledning PT Instruções de utilização GR Οδηγίες χρήσης LV Instrukciju rokasgrāmata NO Instruksjonsveiledning SF Käyttöopas CZ Návod k použití LT Naudotojo vadovas GB Instructions PL Instrukcja obsługi EE Kasutusjuhend DE Bedienungsanleitung HU Használati kézikönyv...
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  • Page 6 FOR PERFECT RESULTS Thank you for choosing this AEG product. We have created it to give you impeccable performance for many years, with innovative technologies that help make life simpler – features you might not find on ordinary appliances. Please spend a few minutes reading to get the very best from it.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS MAKING A NUMBER OF CUPS OF COFFEE WITH THE JUG FUNCTION 17 INTRODUCTION ......7 CHANGING JUG FUNCTION Symbols used in these instructions ..7 PARAMETERS ......18 Letters in brackets ........7 Troubleshooting and repairs ......7 CLEANING ......18 SAFETY ........7 Cleaning the coffee maker .......18 Cleaning the waste coffee container ..18 Fundamental safety warnings.....7 Cleaning the drip tray .......19...
  • Page 8: Introduction

    INTRODUCTION working environments; • farm houses; Symbols used in these • by clients in hotels, motels and other resi- instructions dential type environments; • bed and breakfast type environments. Important warnings are identified by these sym- bols. Failure to observe the instructions could re- Danger! This is an electrical appliance, sult in electric shock, serious injury, burns, fire it is therefore important to respect the following...
  • Page 9: Designated Use

    A6. Cup tray lights Amportant! Do not use the appliance A7. On/OFF/stand-by button when extracted. Make sure the appliance is inac- A8. Control panel tive before extracting it. The only exception is ad- A9. Jug justing the coffee mill which must be done with A10.
  • Page 10: Preliminary Checks

    B11. icon to deliver two cups of coffee Do not use multiple sockets or extensions. B12. icon to deliver steam B13. icon to deliver hot water Important! Safety cutout devices must be B14. "jug" icon to make a number of cups included in the mains power supply in compliance of coffee directly in the jug (provided) with the installation regulations in the country con-...
  • Page 11: Built-In Installation

    BUILT-IN INSTALLATION Verify the minimum measurements required for correct installation of the appliance. The coffee maker must be installed in a column and the column must be firmly fixed to the wall with commercially available brackets. Important: • Important: all installation or maintenance operations must be performed with the ap- h 378 mm pliance disconnected from the mains electri-...
  • Page 12 x 16 Position the rails on the sides of the cabinet as Position the appliance on the rails, making sure shown in the figure. Fix with the screws, then the pins are correctly inserted in the housings, extract them completely. If the coffee maker is then fix it with the screws supplied.
  • Page 13: Using The Appliance For The First Time

    USING THE APPLIANCE first time, you need to make 4-5 cups of coffee and 4-5 cappuccinos before the appliance gives FOR THE FIRST TIME satisfactory results. • Coffee has been used to factory test the ap- N.B.! Each time you turn the coffee maker pliance and it is therefore completely normal on by the ON/OFF switch (A23), it performs a for there to be traces of coffee in the mill.
  • Page 14: Replacing The Filter

    12. Press the OK icon (B9) again. The appliance move it and notify the appliance of its removal as begins delivering hot water and the message follows: "PLEASE WAIT... " is displayed. 1. Press the icon (B2) to enter the menu; When delivery stops, the appliance automa- 2.
  • Page 15: Making Coffee Using Coffee Beans

    MAKING COFFEE USING water. NOTE 4: Coffee delivery can be interrupted at any COFFEE BEANS moment by re-pressing the previously selected icon which remains lit during the operation. 1. The appliance is preset to make coffee with a NOTE 5: As soon as delivery is finished, to in- normal taste.
  • Page 16: Changing The Quantity Of Coffee In The Cup

    water in the tank and replace in the appliance. the menu. To turn the machine on again, press the OK icon The appliance is now reprogrammed with the (B9). "HOT WATER PRESS OK" is displayed. new settings and is ready. Press the OK icon (B9) within a few seconds and deliver water from the cappuccino maker for ADJUSTING THE COFFEE...
  • Page 17: Delivering Hot Water

    NOTE 4: Introduce only sing the icons (B7) and (B8). pre-ground coffee for The progress bar shows the quantity of water espresso coffee machines selected. into the funnel. • Press the OK icon (B9) to confirm (or the NOTE 5: If more than one ESC icon (B6) to cancel the operation.
  • Page 18: Making A Number Of Cups Of Coffee With The Jug Function

    IMPORTANT: always clean the cappuccino sy- stem immediately after use. Proceed as follows: • Press the icon (B12) and then press the OK button (B9) to discharge a small amount of steam for a few seconds. This empties the steam spout of all traces of milk.
  • Page 19: Changing Jug Function Parameters

    insufficient, the appliance makes 2 cups then A completely full bar corresponds to the ma- stops making coffee. Fill the bean container and ximum quantity of coffee per cup. press the icon (B14). Once the container has • When the bar indicates the quantity of coffee been filled, the appliance makes the 2 remaining required, press the OK icon (B9) to confirm.
  • Page 20: Cleaning The Drip Tray

    Important! When extracting the drip tray, from the mains power supply. Never immerse the the waste coffee container must always be em- coffee maker in water. ptied. Cleaning the inside of the coffee Cleaning the drip tray maker 1. Check regularly (about once a week) that the Important! If the drip tray is not emptied inside of the appliance is not dirty.
  • Page 21: Cleaning The Coffee Jug

    CHANGING AND SETTING Support MENU PARAMETERS When the appliance is ready, you can use the in- ternal menu to modify the following parameters and functions: • Choose language • Rinsing • Shut-off time • Set clock • Start time • Auto-start •...
  • Page 22: Rinsing

    Rinsing • Use the icons (B7) and (B8) to set the minutes, then press the OK icon (B9) to con- This function enables you to obtain hotter coffee. firm. Proceed as follows: • Press the ESC icon (B6) to exit the menu. •...
  • Page 23: Programming Coffee

    perature selected. Descaling • Press the ESC icon (B6) to exit the menu. Important! Descaler contains acids. Re- Setting water hardness spect the safety warnings provided by the manu- The operating period can be extended if required, facturer and given on the descaler pack. making descaling less frequent by programming the machine on the basis of the real lime content N.B.! Use the descaler recommended by...
  • Page 24: Resetting Default Values (Reset)

    • Press the OK icon (B9) again. Hot water Buzzer flows out of the spout into the container This activates or deactivates the buzzer emitted below and "RINSING" is displayed. by the machine each time an icon is pressed or •...
  • Page 25: Technical Specification

    To turn the appliance off, press the ON/OFF but- ELECTRICAL CONNECTION ton (A7). (UK ONLY) The appliance performs the rinse cycle then goes off. A) If your appliance comes fitted with a plug, it will incorporate a 13 Amp fuse. If it does not fit your N.B.! If the appliance is not used for an socket, the plug should be cut off from the mains lead, and an appropriate plug fitted, as below.
  • Page 26: Displayed Messages

    DISPLAYED MESSAGES DISPLAYED MESSAGE POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY FILL TANK • The water tank is empty or • Fill the tank with water positioned incorrectly. and/or insert it correctly, pushing it as far as it will GROUND TOO FINE ADJUST • The grinding is too fine •...
  • Page 27 DISPLAYED MESSAGE POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY • The "pre-ground coffee" • Extract the appliance and ADD PRE-GROUND COFFEE function has been selec- place pre-ground coffee in ted without placing any the funnel. pre-ground coffee in the funnel. • The funnel (A21) is bloc- •...
  • Page 28: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING Below is a list of some of the possible malfunctions. If the problem cannot be resolved as described, contact Customer Services. PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY The coffee is not hot • The cups were not pre- • Warm the cups by rinsing heated.
  • Page 29 PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY The coffee is delivered too • The coffee is ground too • Turn the grinding adju- quickly. coarsely. stment knob one click an- ticlockwise towards "1" while the coffee mill is in operation (fig. 11). Avoid turning the grinding adjustment knob excessi- vely otherwise when you select 2 cups, the coffee...

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