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Preparing The Espresso Machine For Use; Attach The Cup Rail; Remove And Wash The Water Tank; Fill And Rinse The Boilers - KitchenAid Artisan 5KES100 User Instructions

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Attach the cup rail

Align the three rail posts with the holes on top of the espresso
machine. Then press the rail posts firmly into
the holes.

remove and Wash the Water tank

1. Lift the tank slightly, then remove by pulling the bottom of
the tank from the espresso machine.
2. Wash the tank in hot, soapy water and rinse with clean
water. The tank can also be washed in the top rack of the
3. Place the tank back into the espresso machine, making sure
the siphon hoses are placed inside the tank. The ribs on the
bottom of the tank fit into the grooves on the base of the
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in
death, fire or electrical shock.

preparing the Espresso Machine for Use

fill and rinse the Boilers

The boilers need to be filled and rinsed before the espresso
machine is used for the first time. The boilers will also need to
be filled when:
• the espresso machine is not used for a prolonged period
• the water tank runs dry during use (this can damage the
espresso machine)
• multiple beverages are steamed without brewing espresso or
dispensing hot water
1. Slide the water tank left or right to expose the top, and fill
with fresh cold water to the max fill line.
notE: After filling the water tank, return it to the central
position so that it does not extend to either side. This will
ensure that water released through the overpressure valve does
not fall outside the tank, where repeated contact with the paint
finish may cause damage over time.
notE: Distilled water or mineral water can damage the
espresso machine. Do not use either to brew espresso.
2. Insert the end of the electrical cord without prongs into the
cord receptacle in the back of the espresso machine.
3. Plug the other end of the cord into a grounded outlet.
4. Make certain the "
" Dial is closed by rotating it clockwise
as far as possible.
5. Press the " " Button to turn the espresso machine on.
When the espresso machine is on, the power-on (I)
indicator will illuminate, the dual boilers will begin heating,
and the "
" and "
" Buttons will operate.
6. Place a coffee cup underneath the brew head. Do not attach
the filter holder to the brew head.


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