ON/OFF button ON/OFF button indicator light Coffee/hot water button Preheating completed indicator light Steam selected indicator light Steam button Cup rail Cup warmer plate Steam knob Coffee filter with crema enhancer Water level indicator Power cable Coffee filter holder Water tank Steam tube Cappuccino maker Cup grid...
Thank you for choosing this coffee machine. To get the very best out of your new coffee machine it is advisable to read these instructions before using the appliance. This is the only way to ensure optimum results and maximum safety. Using for the first time Before using the machine for the first time, wash all the acces- sories in warm soapy water and rinse.
How to prepare espresso coffee Filling the water tank Remove the tank by pulling sideways and lifting the intake tubes out of the water (fig. 1). Rinse and fill with clean cold water (fig 2).The water level is shown by a floating ball. Replace the tank in the housing, making sure the tubes are in the water.
How to prepare espresso coffee using the filter holder for ground coffee 1. After preheating the appliance, the machine is ready to be used. Insert the ground coffee filter with crema enhancer into the fil- ter holder, making sure the tab is correctly inserted into the housing as shown in fig.
How to prepare coffee using the filter holder for pods (depending upon model) 1. Preheat the machine as described in the ‘Preheating the Coffee Machine’ section, attaching the pod filter holder to the unit.This procedure ensures that the coffee is delivered at a hotter tem- perature and that the seal of the holder is more effective.
How to make cappuccino 1. Prepare espresso coffee, using cups that are large enough for cap- puccinos 2. Press the steam button (fig. 17) and wait for the steam indicator light to come on (fig. 18).The OK indicator light indicates that the boiler has reached the ideal temperature for steam production.
2. With one hand, hold the cappuccino tube firmly and with the other unscrew the cappuccino maker itself by rotating clockwise and extracting downwards (fig. 23). 3. Remove the nozzle from the steam tube by pulling it downwards (fig. 24). Note: Metal of steam pipe may be hot!!! 4.
Cleaning and maintenance Before performing any cleaning or maintenance operations, turn the machine off, unplug it from the power socket and allow it to cool down. 1. Do not use solvents or detergents when cleaning the coffee maker. A soft, damp cloth is sufficient. 2.
Cleaning the pod filter holder (if fitted) About every 200 coffees, clean the pod filter holder as follows: • Push the filter holder button and remove the filter (fig. 33). Clean the inside of the filter holder. Never wash in a dishwasher. •...
Problem solving PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSES The espresso coffee is • The ‘OK’ pilot light was not on when the coffee deliv- cold. ery switch was pressed. • The preheating was not carried out. • The cups were not pre- heated. Espresso coffee no longer •...
PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSES The coffee crema is dark • The ground coffee is too tightly pressed. (the coffee comes out • The quantity of ground slowly from the spout). coffee is too much. • The espresso boiler out- let is blocked. •...
Safety Warnings • This appliance is designed to make coffee. Please be careful to avoid burns from the sprays of hot water or steam and avoid any improper use. • When the appliance is in use, do not touch any of the machine’s hot surfaces.
Electrical requirements Green and Yellow to Earth Before using this appliance ensure that the voltage indicated on the product corresponds with the main voltage in your 13 amp home, if you are in any doubt about your supply contact your Fuse local electricity company.