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SYNTIA
SERVICE
MANUAL
Revision 02 December 2012

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  • Page 1 MANUAL Revision 02 December 2012 All parts of this document are the property of Saeco International Group. All rights reserved. This document and all the information herein is provided without liability deriving from any errors or omissions. Furthermore, no part may be reproduced, used or collected, except where...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Operation, cleaning and maintenance Operating logic 4.1. Water circuit Control ringnut and valve Coffee cycle operating diagram Single microswitch Temperature sensor Coffee grinder operation Low bean level detection, dose quantity adjustment, coffee grinder blocked Dose self-learning Saeco International Group SYNTIA...
  • Page 3 Pump and turbine disassembly OETIKER clamps assembly and disassembly 7.10 Coffee grinder disassembly 7.11 Grinder adjustment / assembly and disassembly Notes Water circuit diagram 9.1. Water circuit diagram Electrical diagram 10.1 Digital wiring diagram 10.2 Focus wiring diagram Saeco International Group SYNTIA...
  • Page 4: Introduction

    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Saeco International Group SYNTIA...
  • Page 5: Documentation Required

    Qty. Description Notes Screwdriver Torx T 10 Pliers for Oetiker clamps CC -A - Vdc tester Digital thermometer Scale limit > 150°C SSC (Saeco Service Center) Programmer 1.3 Material Description Notes Thermal paste Heating element > 200°C Descaler Saeco Entkalker...
  • Page 6: Service Policy

    YES, to consult the specifi c exploded-view of the Only for OOW repairs CARAFE Thermal Carafe on website YES, to consult the specifi c exploded-view of the MILK ISLAND Only for OOW repairs Milk Island on website Saeco International Group Page 2 / 04...
  • Page 7: External Machine Parts

    LCD display Aroma/pre-ground Long coffee coffee key dispensing button Selector Coffee/hot water/steam F O C U S Aroma/pre-ground LED display coffee key Long coffee Long coffee luminous button luminous button Selector Coffee/hot water/steam Saeco International Group Page 3 / 04...
  • Page 8: Internal Machine Parts

    SYNTIA 01 INTRODUCTION 1.6.2 Internal machine parts Side door microswitch Coffee grinder motor Coffee grinder Boiler insulation and boiler PWR/CPU card Pump Temperature sensor Water level sensor Saeco International Group Page 4 / 04...
  • Page 9: Technical Specifi Cations

    CHAPTER 2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Saeco International Group SYNTIA...
  • Page 10: Specifications

    200 gr. coffee beans Dregs drawer capacity Heat exchanger capacity: Approx. 10 cc Water circuit fi lling time: Approx. 15 seconds for fi rst fi lling cycle Heating time: Approx. 45 seconds. Grinding time: Approx. 8-10 seconds. Saeco International Group Page / 04...
  • Page 11: Specifi Cation For The Measurement Of The Coffee Products Temperature

    Temperature of 1st product 69°C ≤ 85°C Temperature of 2nd product 72°C ≤ 85°C Coffee Q.ty 70/120 gr. Temperature of 1st product 69°C ≤ 85°C Temperature of 2nd product 72°C ≤ 85°C Picture 1 Picture 2 Saeco International Group Page / 04...
  • Page 12: Machine Parameters And Performance

    (9 lots of dregs) Warning to empty dregs drawer after Reset dregs counter Every time the dregs drawer is removed for at least 5 seconds, even if the "empty dregs" alarm has not been activated Saeco International Group Page / 04...
  • Page 13 WATER TANK Description Level sensor Water reserve (pulses) with water fi lter Water reserve (pulses) with no water fi lter Water reserve modifi able by Production/Service departments "Fill tank" alarm "No tray" alarm Water mains Saeco International Group Page / 04...
  • Page 14: Brief Instructions Rev.01

    CHAPTER 3 BRIEF INSTRUCTIONS Rev.01 February 2010 Saeco International Group SYNTIA...
  • Page 15: Customer Menu And Digital Programming

    Wait for the dispensing process to end Machine dispensing two coffees (dispensing stops when you press the key again) MEMO The machine is being programmed Stop dispensing as desired with the coffee cup fi ll level Saeco International Group Page 1 / 07...
  • Page 16 When the fi lling cycle ends turn the knob back to the central position No coffee beans inside container. After fi lling the coffee container, start the cycle again No water Fill the water tank Saeco International Group Page 2 / 07...
  • Page 17 3) Descaling in progress 8) Close the valve 4) Close the valve 9) Fill the tank with fresh water 10) Press the key indicated 5) Fill the tank with fresh water by the arrow Saeco International Group Page 3 / 07...
  • Page 18 = very soft water =soft =hard =very hard “INTENZA” water fi lter This function lets you manage the “INTENZA” water fi lter. RESET Factory settings This function allows the factory values to be reset Saeco International Group Page 4 / 07...
  • Page 19 MEMO MEMO Machine in the phase of program- Blinking ming the quantity of coffee to be di- spensed (Keep the espresso or long Stop dispensing as desired coffee button pressed) Blinking MEMO MEMO Saeco International Group Page 5 / 07...
  • Page 20 - Close the service door Fixed Empty the dregs drawer Blinking Insert dregs drawer No beans inside the coffee Re-start the cycle after fi lling Fixed container the container Fixed Fill water tank Saeco International Group Page 6 / 07...
  • Page 21: Operation, Cleaning And Maintenance

    Approx. every 6 weeks or Approx. every 3 60 litres months / 120 litres Very hard water (over 21°dH) Approx. every 4 weeks or Approx. every 6 weeks 30 litres or 60 litres Saeco International Group Page 7 / 07...
  • Page 22: Operating Logic

    CHAPTER 4 OPERATING LOGIC Saeco International Group SYNTIA...
  • Page 23: Water Circuit

    • Reciprocating piston type pump (13 - 15 bar) • Compensation valve (opening pressure 16 - 18 bar) • Boiler – 1400 W • Presblok valve – select coffee – hot water - steam Saeco International Group Page / 06...
  • Page 24: Control Ringnut And Valve

    When dispensing coffee the mushroom valve opens at 4 bar +/- 0.5 Manual opening when dispensing water Manual opening when dispensing steam TOTAL STROKE COFFEE CLOSED -30° + 30° Valve opening Valve closing stroke stroke STEAM WATER OPEN OPEN Extra stroke Extra stroke Saeco International Group Page / 06...
  • Page 25: Coffee Cycle Operating Diagram

    3. Preliminary dispensing phase (short pump activity, short pause) 4. Product dispensing (the pump operation period is defi ned by the amount of product dispensed) 5. The gear motor moves to its home position (the dregs are expelled automatically) Saeco International Group Page / 06...
  • Page 26: Single Microswitch

    The electronic system detects the current boiler temperature from the drop in voltage and ad- justs it accordingly. Resistor values: see table Temp. (°C) R nom (kΩ) R (+/- %) 61,465 17,599 7,214 6,121 5,213 4,459 1,653 0,893 Saeco International Group Page / 06...
  • Page 27: Low Bean Level Detection, Dose Quantity Adjustment, Coffee Grinder Blocked

    With beans n=50% Coffee grinder blockage If the coffee grinder becomes blocked for any reason, pulses will no longer be transmitted to the electronic sys- tem and the grinder will come to a stop Saeco International Group Page / 06...
  • Page 28: Dose Self-Learning

    Caution: In the case of excessive dosage, powder may be expelled into the dreg drawer. This is not a fault, but can occur during preliminary operation or after a service. Saeco International Group Page / 06...
  • Page 29: Service Mode Rev.01

    CHAPTER 5 SERVICE MODE Rev.01 February 2010 Saeco International Group SYNTIA...
  • Page 30: Digital Test Mode

    Y” and display 1 2 3 4 interface card and/or fl at cable N N Y N remains green JP21. PRESS THE ON/OFF KEY TO ACCESS THE NEXT LEVEL UP Saeco International Group Page 1 / 07...
  • Page 31 TAP - ERR TAPCOFFE=N Incorrect incorrect TAPSTEAM=N DOOR=Y display from TAPWATER=N BU-P=Y position pos. TAP - ERR =Y DREG=Y “N to Y” TANK-H2O=Y PRESS THE ON/OFF KEY TO ACCESS THE NEXT LEVEL UP Saeco International Group Page 2 / 07...
  • Page 32 ERROR: (WITH UNIT inserted) Gearmotor motor current absorption higher than 300mA, display from WORK=N HOME=N CUR= 337 green to red: check gearmotor unit and/or motor PRESS THE ON/OFF KEY TO ACCESS THE NEXT LEVEL UP Saeco International Group Page 3 / 07...
  • Page 33 CPU/POWER OPEN OPEN card connection (JP13 may be disconnected) ERROR: Power absorption KO and temperature does not increase: check power supply wiring and/or CPU/ POWER card connection (JP17-3) Saeco International Group Page 4 / 07...
  • Page 34: Focus Test Mode

    JP21 wiring MEMO MEMO If the LED does not turn on, check the knob card and the JP21 wiring MEMO PRESS THE ON/OFF KEY TO ACCESS THE NEXT LEVEL UP Saeco International Group Page 5 / 07...
  • Page 35 CPU/Power card (JP2), the wiring of the coffee grinder motor and/or the connection on the CPU/Power card (JP8) Saeco International Group Page 6 / 07...
  • Page 36: Error Codes

    The boiler temperature has not increased by x°c in y sec (boiler power supply disconnected, incorrect boiler fi tted must be a 1300W boiler, partial power supply to boiler, cut out thermostat tripped) Mains voltage trouble Saeco International Group Page 7 / 07...
  • Page 37 CHAPTER 6 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Saeco International Group SYNTIA...
  • Page 38: Repair Schedule

    Boiler pin O-ring Brewing unit ES/P Grease solvent / Grease Hoses, attachments and Oetiker clamps Pump ES/TR Gear motor ES/TR Coffee grinder Vacuum cleaner / brush Water circuit Saeco descaler Hot water/steam valve ES/S Saeco International Group Page 1 / 02...
  • Page 39: Final Test

    Dispense steam Grounds drawer Remove the grounds Grounds drawer missing drawer missing indication indication Low bean Start brewing a coffee Low bean level level while the coffee bean indication indication container is empty Saeco International Group Page 2 / 02...
  • Page 40: Disassembly Rev

    CHAPTER 7 DISASSEMBLY Rev.01 February 2010 Saeco International Group SYNTIA...
  • Page 41: Outer Elements Disassembly

    When refi tting the machine cover, take great care not to scratch the keypad cover. Put a sheet of paper on the keypad cover (see photo) before refi tting the machine cover and slide it out at the end of assembly Saeco International Group Page / 09...
  • Page 42 Disassembling the rear cover Unscrew the screws shown 7.2. Coffee dispenser disassembly 1) Unscrew the screw shown 2) Slide out the fork clip 3) Unscrew the screws shown and remove the support 4) Coffee dispenser assembly parts Saeco International Group Page / 09...
  • Page 43: Disassembling Keypad Card And Digital Control Knob

    1) Remove the display frame by lifting it and slip off the upper cover 2) Slip off the fl at cable and loosen the highlighted screw 4) Display and interface cards as 3) Loosen the highlighted screws and remove the elastic sembly washer Saeco International Group Page / 09...
  • Page 44: Power/Cpu Card Disassembly

    (P) 4) When replacing the motor and the transmission shaft, make sure the bearings (L) are in the right position. Grease the shaft thoroughly and evenly Saeco International Group Page / 09...
  • Page 45: Boiler Disassembly

    4) Unscrew the screws shown to remove the front piece support 5) Remove the spring washer and the control knob gear (steam/water) Saeco International Group Page / 09...
  • Page 46: Pump And Turbine Disassembly

    Pump and turbine disassembly PUMP Remove the connection 1, disconnect the silicone hoses 2 Unscrew the safety valve and remove the pump from the two supports TURBINE Remove the connection and disconnect the silicone hoses Saeco International Group Page / 09...
  • Page 47: Oetiker Clamps Assembly And Disassembly

    7.9. OETIKER clamps assembly and disassembly 1) Boiler connection 2) Other connections Replacing the hoses 1) Use a suitable pair of pliers to remove the clamp (as illustrated) 2) Tighten the clamp as illustrated Saeco International Group Page / 09...
  • Page 48: Coffee Grinder Disassembly

    7.10. Coffee grinder disassembly 1) To remove the coffee grinder, simply slide it out and remove its connections 2) When replacing it, make sure the spring (A) and the coffee pipe (B) are positioned correctly Saeco International Group Page / 09...
  • Page 49: Grinder Adjustment/Assembly And Disassembly

    (A) locked in position and turn the grinder blade anti-clockwise, until it detaches from the bayonet coupling 4) When refi tting the upper grinder support, make sure you reposition it so that the mark is as illustrated in the photo Saeco International Group Page / 09...
  • Page 50 CHAPTER 8 NOTES Saeco International Group SYNTIA...
  • Page 51 SYNTIA 08 NOTES Saeco International Group Page / 01...
  • Page 52 CHAPTER 9 WATER CIRCUIT DIAGRAM Saeco International Group SYNTIA...
  • Page 53 SYNTIA 09 WATER CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 9.1. Water circuit diagram Saeco International Group Page / 01...
  • Page 54 CHAPTER 10 ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM Saeco International Group SYNTIA...
  • Page 55 SYNTIA 10 ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM 10.1 Wiring diagram Digital Saeco International Group Page / 01...
  • Page 56: Wiring Diagram Focus

    SYNTIA 10 ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM 10.2 Wiring diagram Focus Saeco International Group Page / 01...