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ContentsSunbeam's Safety Precautions 1Features of your Café Series Espresso Machine 2Preparing your espresso machinefor the first time 8Using your espresso machine - Ground coffee 9Inserting a capsule adaptor 12Using your espresso machine - Capsule 13Guide to milk texturing 14Advanced Programming 15Care and cleaning 20Coffee thermoblock cleaning cycle 22Descaling Cycle for both the Coffeeand Steam Thermoblocks23Disclaimer 24Important instructions – retain forfuture use.

Sunbeam’s Safety Precautions SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR YOUR SUNBEAMESPRESSO MACHINEAlways place the unit on a flat, level surface.Do not operate without water in reservoir.Fill reservoir with only clean and cold water.Observe the maximum filling volume is 3 litres.Do not remove the filter handle during the espressopour or water flow as the unit is under pressure.Removing the filter handle during either of theseoperations can lead to a scalding or injury.The steam wand and hot water tap become veryhot during texturing milk and water flow. This maycause burns in case of contact, therefore avoid anydirect contact with the steam wand or hot watertap. Always disconnect the plug from the power outletprior to cleaning the espresso machine or if there isany problem during the coffee making process. Do not allow the power cord to come into contactwith the hot parts of the espresso machine,including the cup warming plate, hot water tap andsteam wand. Do not place hands directly under the steam, hotwater or coffee pour as this can lead to a scaldingor injury.Sunbeam is very safety conscious when designing andmanufacturing consumer products, but it is essentialthat the product user also exercise care when usingan electrical appliance. Listed below are precautionswhich are essential for the safe use of an electricalappliance:Read carefully and save all the instructionsprovided with an appliance.Always turn the power off at the power outlet beforeyou insert or remove a plug. Remove by graspingthe plug - do not pull on the cord.Turn the power off and remove the plug when theappliance is not in use and before cleaning.Do not use your appliance with an extension cordunless this cord has been checked and tested by aqualified technician or service person.Always use your appliance from a power outlet ofthe voltage (A.C. only) marked on the appliance.This appliance is not intended for use by persons(including children) with reduced physical, sensoryor mental capabilities, or lack of experience andknowledge, unless they have been given supervisionor instruction concerning use of the appliance by aperson responsible for their safety.Children should be supervised to ensure that theydo not play with the appliance.The temperature of accessible surfaces may behigh when the appliance is operating.Never leave an appliance unattended while in use. Do not use an appliance for any purpose other thanits intended use. Do not place an appliance on or near a hot gasflame, electric element or on a heated oven. Do not place on top of any other appliance. Do not let the power cord of an appliance hang overthe edge of a table or bench top or touch any hotsurface. Do not operate any electrical appliance with adamaged cord or after the appliance has beendamaged in any manner. If damage is suspected,return the appliance to the nearest SunbeamAppointed Service Centre for examination, repairor adjustment. For additional protection, Sunbeam recommendthe use of a residual current device (RCD)with a tripping current not exceeding 30mA inthe electrical circuit supplying power to yourappliances. Do not immerse the appliance in water or any otherliquid unless recommended. Appliances are not intended to be operated bymeans of an external timer or separate remotecontrol system. This appliance is intended to be used in householdand similar applications such as: staff kitchen areasin shops, offices and other working environments;farm houses; by clients in hotels, motels and otherresidential type environments; bed and breakfasttype environments.If you have any concerns regarding the performance and use of your appliance,please visit or contact the Sunbeam Consumer Service Line.Ensure the above safety precautions are understood.1

Features of your Café Series Espresso MachineWarming plateThe large warming plate effectively pre-warms cupshelping to retain the essential characteristics true ofespresso - sweet, rich tasting and aroma.Steam control dialUsed to open and close the steam.Temperature sensing steam wandThe temperature sensing steam wandensures milk is textured to the correct temperature,as milk heated to the correct temperature enhances thesweetness and taste. Fitted with a dedicated thermoblockand pump, it provides an instant and constant supply ofpowerful dry steam for achieving silky, dense and richmilk. The commercial ball joint allows the steam wandto be moved into the ideal position.Espresso gaugeThe gauge measures the resistance to the espresso pourand at a glance, the coffee maker can gauge the qualityof the espresso pour.Commercial size group headCommercial size sloping group handlewith tamping padThe sloping handle is designed for improved ergonomicuse and when rested on the bench provides an eventamping surface, resulting in a better tasting espresso.Removable drip tray and grillThe large capacity drip tray is lined with plastic,preventing staining from espresso oils, lightweight foreasy removal and designed with no dirt traps for simplewipe down cleaning.AccessoriesAll the essential accessories to makean authentic café-quality espresso.2Single filter basketDouble filter basketSingle dualfloor basketDouble dualfloor basket

Milk temperature gaugeThe gauge displays the temperature of the milkto help the espresso machine achieve the desiredtemperature every time.Control board with dual gauges, low water indicator& large buttonsSlightly angled for easy viewing, the control boardhouses all the information the espresso machineneeds to create a great tasting espresso.Capsule ButtonUse for single or long capsule espresso pours.Hot water control dialUsed to open and close the hot water.Hot water wandDispenses a controlled flow of hot water.3 litre water reservoirRemovable 3 litre water reservoir is fitted with ananti-calc filter and can be filled from the top or isremovable from behind.FEATURES YOU CAN'T SEETwin pumps and Twin thermoblocks allow you totexture milk and brew espresso at the same time.15 BAR Italian espresso pump fitted with a pressurerelief system.Twin thermoblocks with stainless steel tubing.PID technology controls water temperatureprecisely for both espresso and steam functions.Pre-infusion; 3 programs to choose from.Brass collar is durable and ideal for frequent use.Advanced Programming to adjust pump andtemperature settings for optimal steam andbrewing performance.Stainless steel and die-cast metal designPower saving modeCleaning discMeasuring spoonTamp600ml jug3

Features of your Café Series Espresso Machine continuedGroup Handle for Capsule AdaptorsDesigned to be used with Capsule Adaptors.Capsule Adaptor BaseControls the pressure through the capsule.Capsule Adaptor TopHolds your capsule in place.Freedom to choose from three Capsule Systems.- The group handle for capsule adaptors is designedto be used with three different capsule systems.Colour Guide for CapsulesNespresso* BlackLavazza A Modo Mio * BrownCaffitaly* RedIMPORTANT: The capsule base and top must be the same colour.If you use different colours the machine will not work.*Capsule trade marks are owned by third parties & are not related to Sunbeam.(See page 26 for full Trade marks Disclaimer)4

Features of your Café Series Espresso Machine continuedRequired Espresso PressureThe 15 BAR Italian pump produces therequired pressure for brewing espressoconsistently. Fitted with a pressure reliefsystem which ensures that any remainingpressure after the extraction, is released intothe drip tray; allowing for quick, successivebrews.Espresso TemperatureIndependent thermoblock heating systemsare lined with stainless steel and fittedwith PID technology. The PID (proportionalintegral derivative) technology controlsthe thermoblock to deliver precise watertemperature, ensuring a consistent brewevery time.Twin Pumps & Twin ThermoblocksTrue to commercial use, the unique twinpumps and twin thermoblocks allow thecoffee maker to texture milk and pour anespresso simultaneously.Espresso GaugeThe espresso gauge is an indicator of thequality of the espresso pour and should beused as a guide.It measures the pressure or resistancecreated by water being pumped through thetamped coffee grinds in the group handle.Whilst the needle is within the target area onthe gauge it indicates that a quality serve ofespresso has been made. This is indicated bya slow, but flowing pour of espresso with aconsistency similar to that of dripping honey.The crema should be dark golden in colour.Should the needle fail to reach the targetarea this is an indication that the serve ofespresso is ‘under-extracted’. This occurswhen water passes too quickly through thetamped coffee grinds and is an indicationthat either the grind is too coarse (so thewater flows straight through the grinds) orthe filter basket has been under-dosed. Thepour is quick and light in colour and theresulting crema is thin with a creamy lightbrown ourWhen the needle goes beyond the target areait is an indication that the serve of espressois ‘over-extracted’. This occurs when thewater passes very slowly through the tampedcoffee grinds and is an indication that eitherthe grind is too fine (so that it is difficult forthe water to pass through) or the filter baskethas been over-dosed. In this situation thehot water is in contact with the coffee grindsfor too long thus creating a burnt and bittertasting espresso. This is characterised bythe espresso only slowly dripping during theentire pour and the crema is very dark.5

Features of your Café Series Espresso Machine continuedMilk Temperature GaugeThe 4 BAR steam pump produces instant,constant steam pressure for texturing milk.An important factor when creating milk foamis temperature. The steam wand integratesa temperature sensing device that relays thetemperature of the milk during texturing tothe milk temperature gauge on the controlboard.Commercial Size Group Head & Group HandleThe group head, group handle and filters aredesigned to commercial specifications usingbrass and stainless steel components. Theseelements help contribute to the preparationof an espresso serve, as it allows the coffeemaker to pack the necessary amount ofcoffee grinds, which then expand firmly andevenly onto the shower screen.As most coffees are milk based, thishighlights the importance of getting the milkright. The end product should be smooth,velvety with none or barely visible bubbles.Milk textured to the optimum temperatureimproves and sweetens the taste.The sloping group handle gives the coffeemaker a more ergonomic action whenattaching and removing the handle from thegroup head. Also when rested on the benchthe filter basket sits level, this results in amore even tamp ensuring an even extraction.The under-side of the basket has a tampingpad so you can position the group handleon the side of the bench which preventsscratches on your bench top whilst ensuringthe basket remains level.Single Floor FiltersThese are the most common style of filters.The smaller filter is used for a single cup ofcoffee, and the larger double filter is usedfor two cups of coffee, or one single 'doublestrength' cup of coffee.Dual Floor FiltersThese filters have 2 floors. They are designedfor use with preground coffee. This coffeeis too coarse for use in the single floorbaskets. Dual floor baskets are designed tocompensate for this by slowing the flow ofespresso creating a subtle aeration to ensurea golden crema. Although designed foruse with preground coffee, dual floor filterbaskets can also be used with all groundcoffee.6

Features of your Café Series Espresso Machine continuedControl BoardSlightly angled for easy viewing, thecontrol board communicates the essentialinformation you need to create a great tastingcoffee. Use the 'CAPSULE' button for capsulebased coffee. Use the 'single' or 'double' cupfor ground coffee bean based coffee.Pre-InfusionThere are 3 programmable pre-infusionsettings to help achieve the perfectextraction.Pre-infusion is programmed into theMANUAL, 1 CUP and 2 CUP espressooperations.1. Constant - delivers a constant water flowfrom start to finish.2. Progressive - small amounts of water arereleased onto the tamped coffee prior to asteady water flow.Anti-Calc FilterAn Anti-Calc water filter reduces impuritiesthat taint the flavour and odour of thewater, improving the taste and aroma of theespresso brewed. Additionally, scale build upis slowed reducing the frequency of cleaningrequired.The Anti-Calc water filter fitted inside the3 litre water reservoir has a 12 month lifefor domestic use and a 3 month life forcommercial use.Note: Contact Sunbeam on 1300 881861 for replacement filters (Part code:EM69101).Note: The espresso machine can operatenormally without the filter and is easilyremoved by gently pulling it out.2. Infusion - small amount of water is releasedonto the tamped coffee, then there is ashort infusion time before a steady flow ofwater is released.Note: Pre-infusion is not activated when thecapsule button is pressed.7

Preparing your espresso machinefor the first time Ensure the espresso machine is alwayspositioned onto a dry, stable bench top. Ensure all packaging has been removedfrom the espresso machine and the driptray with grill is in place. Fill the espresso machine with water;1. Simply lift the lid of the water reservoir atthe top of the espresso machine and usinga jug, fill with fresh cold water or filteredwater.2. Alternatively slide out the water reservoirfrom the back of the espresso machine andfill with fresh cold water or filtered water.Then replace the water reservoir, ensuringit is firmly in place. Insert the power cord into a 230-240V ACpower outlet and switch the power on. PowerNote: Before turning on the espressomachine ensure the steam and hot watercontrol dials are in the OFF position. Press the POWER button once to turn theespresso machine on. The machine willbeep once and the power button will flashto indicate that your machine is on and isheating up.8 When the white light on the POWER buttonstops flashing and turns to a constantwhite light this indicates that the espressomachine is now at temperature and is inREADY MODE. At this point glasses and cups canbe placed on the warming plate forpre-heating. Fit the group handle with either the singleor double filter basket and secure to thegroup head on the espresso machine. Place a sufficiently large container underboth pour spouts and press the MANUALbutton. Water will start to run through.Note: As a safety mechanism the espressomachine is programmed to automatically stopthe water flow after 240mls, therefore youwill need to press the MANUAL button againto restart the water flow. Continue to allow the water to run throughuntil the water reservoir is empty. This canalso be done by turning the hot water knobto ON position.

Using your espresso machine Ground coffeePowerNote: Before turning on the espresso machineensure the steam and hot water control dialsare in the OFF position.Press the POWER button once to turn theespresso machine on. The machine willbeep once and the power button will flashto indicate that your machine is on and isheating up.When the machine has reached READYMODE, the power button will stop flashingand the POWER, MANUAL, 1 & 2 CUPbuttons will illuminate white. The espressomachine is now ready to use.Power Saving ModeAfter 1 hour of non-use the espresso machinewill automatically switch to POWER SAVINGMODE. Once the espresso machine is inPOWER SAVING MODE all the lights on thebuttons will dim. While in POWER SAVINGMODE the espresso machine powers downto 75% of power. After a further 4 hours ofnon-use the espresso machine will beep onceand then turn off.To bring the espresso machine out of POWERSAVING MODE simply press any of thebuttons on the control board.Pre-heating GlassesPre-heat glasses and cups by filling themwith hot water as this will assist to preservethe crema of the espresso and also helpmaintain the temperature of the espresso.Just prior to making your espresso, glassesand cups can be pre-heated using the hotwater feature on your espresso machine.Otherwise glasses and cups can be stored onthe warming tray of the espresso machine;this will also assist in pre-heating.Pre-heating the Group Handle and Filter basketsThis is important especially for the firstcoffee being made, as a cold group handlecan significantly decrease the temperature ofthe water at the point of extraction. This inturn will alter the quality and characteristicsof the resulting espresso extraction.An easy way to pre-heat the group handleand filter basket is to fit the group handlewith a filter basket and hold under thegroup head. Press the MANUAL button andallow the hot water to flow over the grouphandle. Rotate the group handle so boththe underside of the group handle and thefilter basket is preheated. You may need topress the MANUAL button again to ensurethe group handle and filter basket is properlypre-heated.Dry the filter basket before filling with coffee.Dosing and Tamping Dry wipe the basket. Grind evenly and directly into the centre ofthe filter basket. Fill the filter basket with ground coffee tothe rim. Using the tamper, tamp straight down, thisis going to create more space for somemore coffee. Grind more coffee to a similar level inthe filter basket. Use the tamp, and tampfirmly straight downwards until thereis about a 5-10mm space between thetamped grounds and the top of the filterbasket. Brush any loose coffee off the rim of thebasket into the centre and tamp downagain, this time twist the tamper to seal thetop of the coffee. Wipe the rim of the filter basket free of anyloose coffee grinds and use immediately.Using Manual OperationUse MANUAL with ground coffee, not withcapsules. The MANUAL button gives the9

Using your espresso machine continueduser complete control over the length of theespresso pour.To use this operation press the MANUALbutton once to start the espresso pour. Thepour will start with the pre-infusion and thenthe espresso pour will follow.Press the MANUAL button again to stop theespresso pour.Note: When using the MANUAL operation, thelights on the 1 & 2 cup buttons will go offand the lights on the POWER and MANUALbuttons will remain on.Figure 2Note: When using the 1 CUPfunction the coffee maker can stop theespresso pour at any time by pressing theMANUAL, 1 or 2 CUP buttons.2 Cup Espresso PourUse with ground coffee, not with capsules.The 2 CUP function removes the guesswork and is programmed to pour 60mls ofespresso. This can be used for 2 cups ofcoffee (place 2 cups under the group handle)or for one strong (double) cup of coffee.1 Cup Espresso PourFigure 1Tip: We recommend using the 2 CUP basketwhen using the programmed 2 CUP function.Use with ground coffee, not with capsules.The 1 CUP function removes the guesswork and is programmed to pour 30mls ofespresso.To use this operation press the 2 CUP buttononce to start the espresso pour. The pourwill start with the pre-infusion and then theespresso pour will follow.Tip: We recommend using the 1 CUP basketwhen using the programmed 1 CUP function.The espresso pour will stop after the 2 CUPvolume has been extracted.To use this operation press the 1 CUP buttononce to start the espresso pour. The pourwill start with the pre-infusion and then theespresso pour will follow.Note: When using the 2 CUP function, thelights on the MANUAL and 1 CUP buttonswill go off and the lights on the POWER and2 CUP buttons will remain on.The espresso pour will stop after the 1 CUPvolume has been extracted.Note: When using the 1 CUP function, thelights on the MANUAL and 2 CUP buttonswill go off and the lights on the POWER and1 CUP buttons will remain on.10Note: When using the 2 CUP function, youcan stop the espresso pour at any time bypressing the MANUAL, 1 or 2 CUP buttons.

The Espresso Pour TipsGreat coffees start with freshly roasted beansthat will deliver a sweet espresso that will berich in texture, body and aroma. Controllingeach part of the coffee making process is thereal secret.SteamTo activate the steam, turn the steam dial onby turning anti-clockwise. This will open thesteam function with an instant and constantsupply of powerful steam for texturing milk. Never extract any more than 30mls ofespresso. Always purge water from the group headbefore locking in the group handle withcoffee, this will dislodge any ground coffeeresidue from the group head.The way the espresso pours will tell youeverything. What you are looking for is;1. Infusion time; when pressurised water isbeing forced through the ground coffee.Figure 32. Colour of the espresso; should be darkbrown.To turn the steam off, turn the steam dial tothe OFF position.3. Resistance; looking for a thickness, or anice ooziness like dripping honey, withresistance at about 2/3 from the spoutsto the bottom of the cup. It’s going to falland pull back up.Tip: To ensure optimum steam performancewe recommend that at the end of texturingmilk, wipe the tip of the steam wand clean ofany milk residue.4. Even extraction; not extremely tight at thebeginning or pouring excessively fast atthe end.5. Look for colour change; when the espressochanges from a dark brown to a creamyor light colour the sweetest flavours andoils have been extracted and this usuallyhappens around the 25-30ml mark, afterwhich the espresso pour is finished.Hot WaterTo activate the hot water function, turn thehot water dial on by turning anti-clockwise.This will dispense an instant flow of hot water.Figure 4Tip: This feature is ideal for pre-warmingcups/glasses or for making a Long Black.11

Inserting a capsule adaptorFigure 11. Choose a Capsule adaptor base whichmatches your capsule brand,eg. Black Nespresso.Insert the base into the group handle.Ensure the bayonets on the underside ofthe base, are inserted into the slots on thehandle. Ensure the adaptor base sits flushin the group handle.Figure 22.When the base is flush in the grouphandle, turn capsule adaptor base about30 so it does not fall out. This will makeit easier when you're knocking out the usedcapsules, after you've made your coffee.Figure 4Figure 33. Insert your corresponding coffee capsule intoCapsule base. Then take capsule top andplace on top. Using both thumbs, press downon capsule adaptor top until it pierces thecapsule. The capsule must be pierced prior toinserting into the espresso machine.4. Your capsule handle is now ready to beinserted into the machine group handle.IMPORTANT: The capsule adaptor base and top must be the same colour. If you use differentcolours the machine will not work. It is important the top spike/ spikes puncture the surface of the capsule,otherwise there will be no coffee pour.Note: The spikes in the adaptors are sharp.*Capsule trade marks are owned by third parties & are not related to Sunbeam.(See page 26 for full Trade marks Disclaimer)12

Using your espresso machine- CapsuleSingle Capsule Espresso PourThe capsule function removes the guesswork and is programmed to pour about 30 to40mls of coffee depending on which capsuleis used.Long Capsule Espresso PourThe long capsule espresso function removesthe guess work and is programmed to pourabout 110mls of coffee. This function iscurrently recommended for Nespresso Lungo.Tip: We recommend using the Capsule buttonfor all capsules.To use this function press the CAPSULEbutton TWICE within 0.5 seconds.The espresso pour will stop after 110mls hasbeen extracted.Note: When using the Long Capsule function,you can stop the espresso pour at any timeby pressing the MANUAL, 1 or 2 CUPbuttons.Figure 1Press the Capsule button ONCE to start thecapsule espresso pour. The pour will startand then the espresso pour will follow.The espresso pour will stop afterapproximately 30ml volume has beenextracted.Note: When using the capsule function, thelights on the MANUAL and 2 CUP buttonswill go off and the lights on the POWER and1 CUP buttons will remain on.Note: When using the capsule function, youcan stop the espresso pour at any time bypressing the Capsule button again.Figure 2DoubletouchFigure 3Note: Long Capsule function should onlybe used with capsules designed for a longextraction. Using this function with standardcapsules will result in a weak and bittercoffee.13

Guide to milk texturingWhat you want to achieve is silky thickrich milk that has been heated to between60-65 C.The steam coming out of the machine willonly heat the milk, it is up to the coffeemaker to aerate the milk in a way that allowsthe creation of beautifully textured microfoam and it’s all about the positioning of thesteam tip and how you move the jug.Using the Temperature Sensing Steam Wand1. Firstly always start with fresh cold milkfrom the fridge and a clean jug.2. ½ fill the jug with milk. You need to usea minimum of 200ml for best use withthe wand.Note: The temperature sensing device isfound on the rear of the steam wand tip.3. Purge the steam wand.4. Insert the tip of the steam wand intothe milk ensuring that the temperaturesensing device is immersed in the milk.Please note: If the temperature sensingdevice is not immersed in the milk, thetemperature reading will not be accurate.5. Activate the steam function on theespresso machine.6. Rest the spout of the milk jug up againstthe steam wand. Position the steam tipjust under the surface of the milk andjust off centre. Remember the temperaturesensing device must be immersed in themilk to read the milk temperature.7. Continue to texture the milk.8. Gently lower the jug slowly to create theamount of desired foam for the style ofcoffee you are creating. Remembering thatif you are using the temperature sensingfeature; ensure the temperature sensingdevice is immersed in the milk.149. The more control you have during thisstage of the milk texturing process thedenser and smoother the foam.10. Now listen for the hissing sound. This isan indicator that you're drawing air intothe milk in a controlled fashion.11. After you have created the amount offoam you need for the style of drinkyou're making keep the jug steady andallow the milk to come up to temperature.12. Remember this process is about keepingthe milk spinning and maintaining thesame position from where you started.13. When the milk reaches the desiredtemperature, turn the steam off. Werecommend 65 C for sweet tasting milk.14. Remove the jug from the wand, wipe thesteam wand with a clean damp cloth andgive it a quick burst of steam to removeany milk that has been sucked up thesteam wand.15. If you have any large surface bubbles,gently tap the jug on the bench tocollapse these.16. Roll the jug to keep the milk and foamtogether.17. Take your glass or cup of espresso andrest the pouring spout against the rim ofthe cup and pour in one steady motion.Remember practice makes perfect!

Advanced ProgrammingProgrammingPre-infusion Programming1 Cup VolumePREPARE the 1 cup filter with coffee andtamp.There are 3 programmable pre-infusionsettings to help achieve the perfectextraction;PLACE a cup under the espresso pour spouts.PRESS and HOLD the 1 CUP button for over1.5 seconds.Press the 1 CUP button again once thedesired volume of espresso has beenextracted.Infusion; a small amount of water is releasedonto the tamped coffee, and then there isa short infusion time before a steady flowof water is released. Your espresso machinecomes with this selection as a factory setting.Constant; delivers a constant water flow fromstart to finish.The espresso machine will beep twice toindicate the new program for the 1 CUPoperation has been set.Progressive; small amounts of water arereleased onto the tamped coffee prior to asteady water flow.2 Cup VolumePREPARE the 2 cup filter with coffee andtamp.1. Ensure the espresso machine is plugged inand switched on at the power outlet.PLACE 2 cups under the espresso pourspouts.PRESS and HOLD the 2 CUP button for over1.5 seconds.The LED will flash and the pour will startimmediately.Press the 2 CUP button again once thedesired volume of espresso has beenextracted.The espresso machine will beep twiceto indicate the new program for 2 CUPoperation has been set.Note: DO NOT press the POWER button onthe espresso machine.2. PRESS and hold down both the MANUALand 1 CUP buttons.3. While still holding down the MANUALand 1 CUP buttons briefly PRESS andRELEASE the POWER button and thenrelease both the MANUAL and 1 CUPbuttons.To indicate you have activated theprogrammability of the pre-infusionselections, a light on one of the buttons willilluminate;1 CUP Infusion (Factory setting)2 CUP Progressive Pre-infusionMANUAL Constant Pre-infusionThis light will remain on for up to 5 secondsbefore automatically returning to factorysettings if no action is taken. The espressomachine will then power on.15

Advanced Programming continuedEspresso Thermoblock TemperatureThe temperature of the thermoblock has beencalibrated to 92 C. However the coffee makercan adjust the temperature of the espressothermoblock in increments of 2 C up anddown, should it be desired.Figure 14. PRESS and RELEASE one of the buttonsbelow depending on the requiredPre-infusion setting;Constant PRESS the MANUAL buttonInfusion PRESS the 1 CUP buttonProgressive PRESS the 2 CUP buttonWhen the new pre-infusion program hasbeen selected the espresso machine willbeep twice.5. The espresso machine will t

Espresso Machine 2 Preparing your espresso machine . for the first time 8 Using your espresso machine - Ground coffee 9 Inserting a capsule adaptor 12 Using your espresso machine - Capsule 13 Guide to milk texturing 14 Advanced Programming 15 Care and cleaning 20 Coffee thermobl

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