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STARBUCKS Sirena User Manual

STARBUCKS Sirena User Manual





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  • Page 2: Important Safeguards

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed including the following: 1. Read all instructions. 2. Do not touch hot surfaces (i.e. steam wand, portafilter). 3. To protect against electric shock, do not place cord, plugs or appliance in water or other liquid. 4.
  • Page 3: Short Cord Instruction

    SHORT CORD INSTRUCTION A short power supply cord is provided to reduce the risk of tripping over or becoming entangled with a longer cord. Longer extension cords are available at retailers authorized to sell electrical accessories and may be utilized if care is exercised in their use. If an extension cord is used: •...
  • Page 4: General Information

    Keep these operating instructions in a safe place and make them available to anyone else who may use the espresso machine. For further information or if you experience any problems, please contact an authorized service center, or visit our website:
  • Page 5: Technical Data

    2 FEATURES • Commercial Quality Portafilter: Includes a patented back pressure adapter to ensure great espresso extraction • Dual brewing spout • Auto shut off after 90 minutes of inactivity • Soft grip portafilter handle • Ground coffee filter for making single or double shots (included) •...
  • Page 7: Safety Regulations

    3 SAFETY REGULATIONS Do not place machine in contact with water when plugged in: danger of short circuit! Steam and hot water can cause scalding! Never direct the hot water/steam jet toward parts of the body; handle the steam wand with care: danger of scalding! Intended use The espresso machine is intended only for domestic use.
  • Page 8: Storing The Machine

    Cleaning (Fig. D) Before cleaning the machine, you must deselect all buttons and remove the plug from the socket. Wait for the machine to cool down. Never immerse the machine in water! It is strictly forbidden to tamper with the inside of the machine. There are no user service able parts inside the machine.
  • Page 9: Components View/Control Panel

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  • Page 10 Key to machine components Cup warming tray Control panel Hot water/steam wand Pressurized portafilter Drip tray + grill Hot water/steam knob Water tank lid Water tank Power cord Ground coffee filter (for single or double shots) 11a Rubber gasket adapter (backpressure adapter) 11b Plastic support peg Pod filter Brew unit...
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  • Page 14: Installation Instructions

    4 INSTALLATION For your own safety and that of other people, please strictly follow the “Safety Regulations” in section 3. 4.1 Packaging The original packaging has been designed to protect the machine during transport. It is recommended to keep the packaging for future transport. 4.2 Installation instructions Before installing the machine, observe the following safety precautions: •...
  • Page 15: Priming The Water Circuit

    4.5 Priming the water circuit The machine’s water circuit must be primed in the following cases: before using the machine, for the first time out of the box, or after long periods of inactivity, and when the water tank becomes empty. The machine indicates the need to prime the water circuit when the water light is blinking (24).
  • Page 16: Brewing Espresso

    Using the Pressure Adapter (rubber gasket adapter and plastic support peg) The Sirena is equipped with a special pressure adapter (11a) and plastic support peg (11b) that assist in creating a full body espresso with crema, even if the grind is not perfect. This adapter and peg are to be used when making single and double shots, and will help you make a great shot of espresso with a high quality crema.
  • Page 17: Espresso Pods

    • Preheat the portafilter by pressing the brew button (17). Place a cup beneath the portafilter. Water will dispense out of the portafilter (this operation is only necessary for the first espresso during each use). • Caution! The water will be very hot! •...
  • Page 18 However, coffee is a natural product and its flavor changes according to its origin and blend. This machine has been specially developed by Starbucks for Starbucks espresso and decaf espresso blend, in order to produce the same flavor profile found in our cafes.
  • Page 19: Hot Water Dispensing

    BEFORE PERFORMING ANY OPERATION RELATED TO STEAM OR HOT WATER DISPENSING, CHECK THAT THE STEAM WAND IS DIRECTED OVER THE DRIP TRAY. Warning! Always make sure the portafilter is inserted before steaming or dispensing hot water. 7 HOT WATER DISPENSING Danger of scalding! Dispensing may be preceded by short sprays of hot water.
  • Page 20: Cleaning And Maintenance

    Warning! To avoid serious injury and electrical shock, it is essential to turn off and unplug the Sirena, and allow it to completely cool off before cleaning. Cleaning and maintenance operations can only be carried out when the machine is cold and disconnected from the power supply.
  • Page 21: Descaling

    We recommend using the Starbucks Barista Cleaner or a natural citric acid based decalcifying agent. Use one packet of Starbucks Barista Cleaner mixed into one full tank of water. It is best to let the Starbucks Barista Cleaner dissolve completely in warm water prior to adding to cold water in the tank.
  • Page 22: Legal Information

    12 LEGAL INFORMATION • These instructions contain the information necessary for the correct use, operation, and accurate maintenance of the appliance. • This information and the observation of the instructions form the basis for safe, risk-free use, operation, and maintenance of the appliance. •...
  • Page 23 Problem Possible cause Solution The machine does not turn on. Machine is not connected to the Connect the machine to the power power source. source. The portafilter is not inserted for pre- Preheat the portafilter. The espresso is too cold. heating (5).
  • Page 24: Service Center

    UNITED STATES SERVICE CENTER LISTING Province City Service Center Telephone Phoenix Kitchen Classics/Kitchen Store 602-954-8141 Burlingame Espresso Equip Engineering LLC 650-375-8480 Escondido Mart's Appliance Service 760-745-7711 Gardena A Latte Hotte 310-294-9744 San Jose Appliance Repair Express 408-371-8853 Signal Hill Swiss Systems, Inc. 310-689-2372 Woodland Hills Speedy Appliance Service...
  • Page 25 CANADIAN SERVICE CENTER LISTING Province Ville Societe Telephone Quebec Montreal Saeco Canada ltée 514-385-5551 Quebec Québec Importation Mi-Ra 418-682-3878 Quebec Ste-Foy Café en grains 418-653-6265 Quebec Québec Importation Nuava 418-649-7858 Quebec Montreal Centre du Rasoir Fairview Pointe Claire 514-697-6343 Quebec Montreal Centre du Rasoir fine Lame Carré...
  • Page 26 CANADIAN SERVICE CENTER LISTING (cont.) Province Ville Societe Telephone Ontario Thornhill Personal Edge 905-764-7190 British Columbia Vancouver Saeco West Ltd 604-299-7555 British Columbia Kelowna Pioneer Coffee 250-861-3308 British Columbia Victoria ABC Electric 250-382-7221 Alberta Calgary Espuccino 403-263-3224 Alberta Calgary National Cappuccino 403-571-8555 Alberta Edmonton...