Espresso Vita 15 BAR Pump espresso machine with gauge - Instruction Booklet - Sunbeam

 
Espresso Vita
15 BAR Pump espresso
machine with gauge
Instruction Booklet
EM6200

Please read these instructions carefully
and retain for future reference.
Contents

Sunbeam’s Safety Precautions              2
About espresso coffee                     3
Features of your Sunbeam Espresso Vita    4
Using the control panel                   8
Reference guide to using your espresso
machine12
Programming your espresso machine        17
Preparing your espresso machine
before use                               19
Guide to the perfect espresso            20
Guide to milk texturing                  22
Using the hot water function             23
Espresso Recipes                         24
Care and Cleaning                        26
Descaling28
Advanced programming options             30
Trouble shooting guide                   34

Important instructions – retain for
future use.
Sunbeam’s Safety Precautions

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR YOUR SUNBEAM                              of contact, therefore avoid any direct contact with
ESPRESSO MACHINE.                                                the steam wand.
• Always place the unit on a flat, level surface.              • Always disconnect the plug from the power outlet
• Do not operate without water in reservoir.                     prior to cleaning the espresso machine or if there
  Fill reservoir with only clean and cold water.                 is any problem during the coffee making process.
  Observe the maximum filling volume is 2.5 litres.            • Do not allow the power cord to come into contact
• Do not remove the filter handle during the espresso            with the hot parts of the espresso machine,
  pour or water flow as the unit is under pressure.              including the cup warming plate and steam wand.
  Removing the filter handle during either of these            • Do not place hands directly under the steam, hot
  operations can lead to a scalding or injury.                   water or coffee pour as this can lead to a scalding
• The steam wand becomes very hot during texturing               or injury.
  milk and water flow. This may cause burns in case
    Sunbeam is very safety conscious when                      • Do not use an appliance for any purpose other than
    designing and manufacturing consumer products, but           its intended use.
    it is essential that the product user also exercise care   • Do not place an appliance on or near a hot gas
    when using an electrical appliance. Listed below are         flame, electric element or on a heated oven.
    precautions which are essential for the safe use of an     • Do not place on top of any other appliance.
    electrical appliance:                                      • Do not let the power cord of an appliance hang over
•   Read carefully and save all the instructions                 the edge of a table or bench top or touch any hot
    provided with an appliance.                                  surface.
•   Always turn the power off at the power outlet before       • Do not operate any electrical appliance with a
    you insert or remove a plug. Remove by grasping              damaged cord or after the appliance has been
    the plug - do not pull on the cord.                          damaged in any manner. If damage is suspected,
•   Turn the power off and remove the plug when the              return the appliance to the nearest Sunbeam
    appliance is not in use and before cleaning.                 Appointed Service Centre for examination,
•   Do not use your appliance with an extension cord             repair or adjustment.
    unless this cord has been checked and tested by a          • For additional protection, Sunbeam recommend
    qualified technician or service person.                      the use of a residual current device (RCD)
•   Always use your appliance from a power outlet of             with a tripping current not exceeding 30mA in
    the voltage (A.C. only) marked on the appliance.             the electrical circuit supplying power to your
•   This appliance is not intended for use by persons            appliances.
    (including children) with reduced physical, sensory        • Do not immerse the appliance in water or any other
    or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and            liquid unless recommended.
    knowledge, unless they have been given supervision         • Appliances are not intended to be operated by
    or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a          means of an external timer or separate remote
    person responsible for their safety.                         control system.
•   Children should be supervised to ensure that they          • This appliance is intended to be used in household
    do not play with the appliance.                              and similar applications such as: staff kitchen areas
•   The temperature of accessible surfaces may be high           in shops, offices and other working environments;
    when the appliance is operating.                             farm houses; by clients in hotels, motels and other
•   Never leave an appliance unattended while in use.            residential type environments; bed and breakfast
                                                                 type environments.
    If you have any concerns regarding the performance and use of your appliance,
    please visit www.sunbeam.com.au or contact the Sunbeam Consumer Service Line.
    Ensure the above safety precautions are understood.
2
About espresso coffee

Congratulations on the purchase of your          Designed and engineered to last, the
Sunbeam espresso machine.                        components and features of the Sunbeam
The mastery of coffee making demands a           Espresso Vita are encased in full metal
machine that you can trust to perform time       housing, accentuated by a polished
and time again. Powered by a one-piece           chrome brew head. The elegant styling and
stainless steel lined thermoblock and 15         craftsmanship employed in its design draw
BAR pump, the espresso machine will deliver      inspiration from the tradition of European
the performance a true artist and coffee         espresso machine quality and design. Now
connoisseur has come to expect.                  you can bring the art of coffee making into
The Sunbeam Espresso Vita makes producing        your home with the Sunbeam Espresso Vita.
espresso coffees at home a pleasure with         We hope you enjoy your new espresso
its simple to use push button operation.         machine and should you need any further
Seamlessly integrated PID technology             assistance, please visit the Sunbeam website,
monitors and controls the thermoblock            www.sunbeam.com.au.
heating system to achieve the precise water
temperature required for each task, whether
you are extracting espresso, texturing milk or
brewing tea.

                                                                                                 3
Features of your Sunbeam
    Espresso Vita
    Warming plate
    Effectively pre-warms cups

    Push button control panel
    Easy to use control panel delivers an espresso
    pour, steam or hot water functions.

    Group head

    Brass and phenolic group handle

    Extra cup height clearance
    Additional clearance between the filter
    handle and the drip tray is designed to suit
    taller cups.

    Water level indicator
    The water level indicator floats through the
    drip tray grid indicating how full the drip
    tray is. The indicator is coloured red for easy
    identification.

    Measuring spoon / Tamp

4
Espresso gauge
                                              The gauge measures the resistance to the
                                              espresso pour.

                                              Programmable control panel
                                              For a consistent shot of espresso everytime,
                                              simply press either the single or double button.

                                              Steam and hot water control dial

                                              2.5L water reservoir
                                              Removable from the front for easy filling at the
                                              tap.  Water can also be added at the top of the
                                              unit.

                                              Steam and hot water wand
                                              Supplies powerful dry steam for achieving
                                              silky, dense and rich milk.  Also dispenses a
                                              controlled flow of hot water.  The commercial
                                              3600  ball joint allows the steam wand to be
                                              moved into the ideal position.

                                              Removable drip tray and grill
                                              The large capacity die-cast metal drip tray is
                                              lined with plastic, preventing staining from
                                              espresso oils, lightweight for easy removal and
                                              designed with no dirt traps for simple wipe
                                              down cleaning.

                                              Non-slip rubber feet
                                              Makes the unit sturdy, preventing it from
                                              slipping or scratching the benchtop.

                                                                       600ml jug

Cleaning tool   Single filter basket   Double filter basket

                                                                                                 5
Features of your Sunbeam
    Espresso Vita
    15 Bar Pump                                      Pre-Infusion
                                                     Pre-infusion is programmed into the
                                                     MANUAL, single and double espresso
                                                     operations. It is a gradual increase of water
                                                     pressure pre-soaking the coffee cake before
                                                     full water pressure is applied.  This in turn
                                                     delivers greater body and sweetness to the
                                                     espresso.

                                                     Crema System

    The machine is fitted with a 15 BAR pump
    which generates the pressure required to
    deliver a  complete extraction of oils, coffee
    solids and aroma.

    Thermoblock Heating System

                                                     The specially designed crema system consists
                                                     of a dual-floor filter creating additional
                                                     back pressure and a stabilising baffle that
                                                     helps retain temperature and produces a
                                                     steady pour of espresso.  The dual-floor filter
                                                     baskets are designed to slow the flow of
                                                     liquid espresso creating a subtle aeration to
                                                     ensure a golden crema.
    The thermoblock heating system heats the
    water ensuring the precise temperature is
    achieved for each function. Additionally, the
    one-piece construction and stainless steel
    tubing of the thermoblock effectively slows
    scale build up and reduces the frequency of
    cleaning required.

6
Features of your Sunbeam Espresso Vita (continued)

Push Button Control Panel                        Should the needle fail to reach the target
                                                 area this is an indication that the serve of
                                                 espresso is ‘under-extracted’. This occurs
                                                 when water passes too quickly through the
                                                 tamped coffee grinds and is an indication
                                                 that either the grind needs to be made finer
                                                 or the filter basket has been under-dosed.
                                                 The pour is quick and light in colour and the
                                                 resulting crema is thin with a creamy light
                                                 brown colour.
                                                 When the needle goes beyond the target area
                                                 it is an indication that the serve of espresso
                                                 is ‘over-extracted’. This occurs when the
An easy to use control panel provides the        water passes very slowly through the tamped
choice of manual operation or utilising the      coffee grinds and is an indication that either
programmed espresso pour lengths. The            the grind is too fine or the filter basket has
programmed espresso pour is set to 30mls         been over-dosed. In this situation the hot
per cup while the PROGRAM function allows        water is in contact with the coffee grinds
users to personalise and save their own          for too long thus creating a burnt and bitter
espresso volumes. The user is also able to       tasting espresso. This is characterised by
personalise and save their own settings for      the espresso only slowly dripping during the
coffee temperature, steam temperature and        entire pour and the crema is very dark.
steam flow.
                                                                                   Optimum
                                                                                   Pour
Espresso Gauge
The espresso gauge is an indicator of the
quality of the espresso pour and should be
used as a guide.
It measures the pressure or resistance           Under                                Over
created by water being pumped through the        Extracted                            Extracted
tamped coffee grinds in the group handle.        Pour                                 Pour
Whilst the needle is within the target area on
the gauge it indicates that a quality serve of
espresso has been made. This is indicated
by a slow and steady pour of liquid espresso
with a consistency similar to that of dripping
honey. The crema should be dark golden in
colour.

                                                                                                  7
Using the control panel

    Power                                                Once the espresso machine is switched on
    Press the ‘POWER’ button once to turn the            and heated, so the light on the ‘POWER’
    espresso machine on. The light on the button         button is red and the lights around the
    will start flashing; this is to indicate that your   ‘MANUAL’, ‘SINGLE’ and ‘DOUBLE’ espresso
    espresso machine is on and is heating up.            buttons show a constant red light, the coffee
                                                         maker is able to use the manual operation.
                                                         The coffee maker simply needs to press the
                                                         ‘MANUAL’ button once to start the pour and
                                                         again to stop.
                                                         Important: Once the manual operation is
                                                         activated, before the espresso pour starts the
    Ready Mode                                           pre-infusion feature will release three short
    When the light on the ‘POWER’ button stops           bursts of gradual water pressure onto the
    flashing and turns to a constant red light,          coffee cake. After this the full water pressure
    this indicates that the espresso machine is          is applied and the espresso will pour freely.
    heated and ready to use. The lights around           Note: When the coffee maker has activated
    the 'MANUAL', 'SINGLE', 'DOUBLE' and                 the ‘MANUAL’ operation the lights around the
    'HOT WATER/STEAM' buttons will show a                ‘SINGLE’ and ‘DOUBLE’ espresso buttons
    constant red light. The machine is now in            will go off. The lights on the ‘POWER’ and
    Ready Mode.                                          around the ‘MANUAL’ buttons will remain on.

    Note: Remember that if the light on the
    ‘POWER’ button is flashing it means                  Single Espresso
    the espresso machine is adjusting the                Note: Before activating the espresso coffee
    temperature of the heating system.                   function ensure that the steam and hot water
    To turn the espresso machine off, simply             control dial is in the OFF position.
    press the ‘POWER’ button, the red power              The ‘SINGLE’ espresso function removes the
    light and all other lights on the control panel      guesswork and is programmed to pour 30mls
    will turn off.                                       of liquid espresso.
                                                         Tip: We recommend using the single cup
                                                         filter when using the programmed ‘SINGLE’
    Manual                                               espresso operation.
    Note: Before activating the espresso coffee          Once the espresso machine is switched on
    function ensure that the steam and hot water         and heated, so the light on the ‘POWER’
    control dial is in the OFF position.                 button is red and the lights around the
    The ‘MANUAL’ button allows the coffee                ‘MANUAL’, ‘SINGLE’ and ‘DOUBLE’ espresso
    maker to have complete control over the              buttons show a constant red light, the coffee
    length of the espresso pour.                         maker is able to use the ‘SINGLE’ espresso

8
Using the control panel (continued)

operation. The coffee maker simply needs to       Tip: We recommend using the double cup
press the ‘SINGLE’ espresso button once to        filter when using the programmed ‘DOUBLE’
start and the pour of liquid espresso will stop   espresso operation.
automatically.                                    Once the espresso machine is switched on
Important: Once the ‘SINGLE’ espresso             and heated, so the light on the ‘POWER’
operation is activated, before the espresso       button is red and the lights around the
pour starts the pre-infusion feature will         ‘MANUAL’, ‘SINGLE’, and ‘DOUBLE’
release three short bursts of gradually           espresso buttons show a constant red light,
increasing water pressure onto the coffee         the coffee maker is able to use the ‘DOUBLE’
cake. After this the full water pressure is       espresso operation. The coffee maker simply
applied and the espresso will pour freely.        needs to press the ‘DOUBLE’ espresso button
Note: When the coffee maker has activated         once to start and the pour of liquid espresso
the ‘SINGLE’ espresso operation the lights        will stop automatically.
around the ‘MANUAL’ and ‘DOUBLE’                  Important: Once the ‘DOUBLE’ espresso
espresso buttons will go off. The lights on the   operation is activated, before the espresso
‘POWER’ and the ‘SINGLE’ espresso buttons         pour starts the pre-infusion feature will
will remain on.                                   release three short bursts of gradually
                                                  increasing water pressure onto the coffee
                                                  cake. After this the full water pressure is
                                                  applied and the espresso will pour freely.
                                                  Note: When the coffee maker has activated
                                                  the ‘DOUBLE’ espresso operation the lights
Note: The coffee maker does not need to           around the ‘MANUAL’ and ‘SINGLE’ buttons
press the single espresso button again to end     will go off. The lights on the ‘POWER’ and
the pour as the espresso machine will stop        ‘DOUBLE’ espresso buttons will remain on.
automatically.
Once the pour of liquid espresso stops the
espresso machine is ready to make another
espresso.
Note: When using the single espresso
operation you can stop the pour of espresso       Note: The coffee maker does not need to
at any time by pressing the ‘MANUAL’,             press the ‘DOUBLE’ espresso button again
‘SINGLE’, or ‘DOUBLE’ espresso operation          to end the pour as the espresso machine will
buttons.                                          stop automatically.
                                                  Once the pour of liquid espresso stops the
Double Espresso                                   espresso machine is ready to make another
Note: Before activating the espresso coffee       espresso.
function, ensure that the STEAM and HOT
                                                  Note: When using the ‘DOUBLE’ espresso
WATER control dial is in the OFF position.
                                                  operation you can stop the pour of espresso
The ‘DOUBLE’ espresso function removes the        at any time by pressing the ‘MANUAL’,
guesswork and is programmed to pour 60mls         ‘SINGLE’ or ‘DOUBLE’ espresso operation
of liquid espresso.                               buttons.
                                                                                                  9
Using the control panel (continued)

 Programming the Single or Double pours            Steam
 The program function allows the coffee maker      The steam function allows the coffee maker
 to personalise and save their own espresso        to produce steam out of the steam wand for
 pour settings.                                    texturing milk.
 To program the ‘SINGLE’ and ‘DOUBLE’              To activate the steam function, the coffee
 coffee pours the espresso machine needs to        maker simply needs to press the ‘STEAM’
 be in STAND BY MODE (so the machine is            button. By design the temperature of the
 plugged in and turned on at the wall, but         espresso machine will adjust as necessary.
 the power on the machine has not yet been         There may be a short delay while you wait.
 turned on).                                       Note: When the coffee maker has activated
                                                   the steam function the light around the
 To activate the program function for the
                                                   ‘STEAM’ button will show a constant red
 ‘SINGLE’ and ‘DOUBLE’ espresso pours, the
                                                   light and the light behind the ‘MANUAL’,
 coffee maker needs to press and hold down
                                                   ‘SINGLE’ and ‘DOUBLE’ buttons will go off.
 both the ‘SINGLE’ and ‘DOUBLE’ buttons.
                                                   Additionally the light on the ‘POWER’ button
 While still holding down these two buttons
                                                   will remain on.
 briefly press the ‘POWER’ button and release
 all buttons. When in programming mode the         Note: If the light behind the ‘STEAM’ button
 lights around the ‘SINGLE’ and ‘DOUBLE’           is flashing it means the espresso machine
 buttons will slowly flash (dimming up and         is adjusting the temperature of the heating
 down).                                            system. You will be able to use the steam
                                                   while it is heating up but this is not advised
 Depending on which pour you want to               as the steam will be wetter than if the
 program, press either the ‘SINGLE’ or             machine is fully heated up.
 ‘DOUBLE’ espresso pour buttons, upon              Once the espresso machine is heated to the
 release the pour will begin.                      correct temperature, so the light behind the
 Note: For best results the coffee make should     ‘STEAM’ button stops flashing and shows a
 only make changes to the ‘SINGLE’ and             constant red light, the coffee maker is able to
 ‘DOUBLE’ coffee pour volumes by engaging          use the espresso machine.
 the coffee handle fitted with either the single   The coffee maker simply needs to turn
 or double basket, packed with coffee.             the steam and hot water control dial anti-
 When the desired pour amount has been             clockwise to the ‘MAX’ setting to start and
 reached press the flashing coffee button          turn it back to the ‘OFF’ position to stop.
 to set the new volume. A long beep will           Press the 'STEAM' button again to deactivate
 sound confirming the program saved and the        the steam function.
 machine will go into ‘READY MODE’.                Note: When you have finished steaming,
 Note: For more detailed information on            ensure the steam and hot water control dial
 programming refer to page 17 ‘Programming         is fully turned off. If the steam and hot water
 your espresso machine’.                           control dial is left open, the coffee maker
                                                   will not be able to switch to the ‘COFFEE’ or
                                                   ‘HOT WATER’ functions.

10
Using the control panel (continued)

Note: After 10 minutes of inactivity in the   Hot Water
steam mode, the espresso machine will         The hot water function allows the coffee
automatically switch back to the ‘READY       maker to release a controlled flow of hot
MODE’.                                        water for making long blacks, hot chocolates,
                                              pre-heating cups and glasses and brewing
                                              teas.
                                              To activate the hot water function, the
                                              coffee maker simply needs to press the ‘HOT
                                              WATER’ button.
                                              Note: When the coffee maker has activated
                                              the hot water function the light around the
                                              ‘HOT WATER’ button will show a constant
                                              red light and the light behind the ‘MANUAL’,
                                              ‘SINGLE’ and ‘DOUBLE’ buttons will go off.
                                              Additionally the light on the ‘POWER’ button
                                              will remain on.
                                              The coffee maker simply needs to turn
                                              the steam and hot water control dial anti-
                                              clockwise to the ‘MAX’ setting to start and
                                              turn it back to the ‘OFF’ position to stop.
                                              Press the ‘HOT WATER’ button again to
                                              deactivate the hot water function.
                                              Note: When you have finished using the hot
                                              water, ensure the steam and hot water dial is
                                              fully turned off. If the steam and hot water
                                              dial is left open, the coffee maker will not be
                                              able to switch to the ‘COFFEE’ or ‘STEAM’
                                              functions.

                                                                                                11
Reference guide to using your
     espresso machine
     Preparing the espresso machine

                                         1                                  2                                    3
 Remove water reservoir from                    Fill at sink with cold water.    Replace the water reservoir.
 front of unit.

                                         4                                  5                                    6
 Press 'POWER' button to turn                   Control panel lit and ready to   Warming the espresso cups.
 unit on.                                       use. (Ready Mode)

                         Double filter basket

         Single filter
           basket

                                         7                                  8                                    9
 Select appropriate filter and                  Place group handle onto          Turn group handle to the
 place into group handle.                       group head.                      right, so it is firmly locked
                                                                                 into position.

12
Reference guide to using your espresso machine (continued)

                          10                                 11
Place large container under     Press the ‘MANUAL’ button
both pouring spouts.            and allow the water to run
                                through. Press button again
                                to stop.
Making the espresso

                           12                                13                                14
Select appropriate filter and   Hold group handle under           Place finely ground coffee
place into group handle.        group head and purge with         into filter basket.
                                water to preheat.

                           15                                16                                17
Tamp the coffee grinds. The     Wipe the edge of filter to        Place group handle onto
level of coffee must be 3mm     remove any coffee grinds.         group head.
below the filter basket rim.

                                                                                                    13
Reference guide to using your espresso machine (continued)

                             18                                  19                               20
 Turn group handle to the             Place glasses/cups below        Press the ‘MANUAL’ button
 right, so it is firmly locked        pouring spouts.                 for a continuous pour. Press
 into position.                                                       button again to stop pour.

                                 21                              22
 Remove group handle by               Discard the used coffee
 turning to the left.                 grinds.

 Texturing milk

                                 23                              24                               25
 Press the 'STEAM' button to          Purge the steam wand by         Turn off steam by turning
 activate steam mode.                 turning dial anti-clockwise.    dial clockwise.

14
Reference guide to using your espresso machine (continued)

                            26                             27                               28
Swing steam wand to the          Place steam wand into milk,    Angle jug to rest steam wand
side of espresso machine.        approx. 1cm below surface      on spout and place nozzle just
                                 and activate the steam         below surface of the milk.
                                 function.
                                                                Hot water

                            29                             30                               31
Close the steam by turning       Wipe steam nozzle and wand     Press the 'HOT WATER'
dial clockwise.                  with damp cloth and purge a    button to activate hot water
                                 small amount of steam.         mode.

                            32                             33                               34
Place cup under hot water        Close the hot water by         Swing the steam/hot water
nozzle and activate the hot      turning dial clockwise.        wand over the drip tray.
water function by turning dial
anti-clockwise.

                                                                                                 15
Reference guide to using your espresso machine (continued)

     Cleaning

                             35                              36                                  37
 Remove the drip tray.             Remove drip tray grill.        Remove both the water
                                                                  reservoir and drip tray to get
                                                                  to the 'cleaning pin'.

                                                                                   PIN
                                                                                     ING
                                                                                         AN
                                                                                           CLE

                             38                              39                                  40
 Insert thinner end of             Wrap steam wand with damp      Insert thicker end of cleaning
 cleaning pin into the single      cloth and turn steam on for    pin into the hole in the base
 hole in the base of the filter.   10 seconds.                    of the steam wand.

16
Programming your espresso
machine
The Espresso Vita has programming                 Programming Double Espresso
capabilities. Based on café settings the          1. To start programming the espresso machine
‘SINGLE’ and ‘DOUBLE’ espresso functions             needs to be in ‘STAND BY MODE’. So the
are set at 30 and 60mls. However by                  machine is plugged in and switched on at
following a few simple steps the coffee maker        the power point, but the machine itself is
can personalise the espresso machine to              not powered on.
achieve a serve of espresso to exactly how        2. Prepare the group handle. Fit the group
they like it.                                        handle with the double filter basket (12)
Programming Single Espresso                          and fill with finely ground coffee (14).
                                                     Using the coffee tamp supplied, tamp
1. To start programming the espresso machine
                                                     the coffee grinds (15). Secure the group
   needs to be in ‘STAND BY MODE’. So the
                                                     handle to the group head (17)(18).
   machine is plugged in and switched on at
   the power point, but the machine itself is     3. Place two cups under each pouring spout
   not powered on.                                   (19).
2. Prepare the filter handle. Fit the group       4. To commence programming press and hold
   handle with the single filter basket (12)         down both the ‘SINGLE’ and ‘DOUBLE’
   and fill with finely ground coffee (14).          espresso buttons while still holding down
   Using the coffee tamp supplied, tamp              these buttons briefly press the ‘POWER’
   the coffee grinds (15). Secure the group          button and release all buttons. The lights
   handle to the group head (17)(18).                around the coffee buttons will start to
3. Place a cup under both pouring spouts             slowly flash, dimming up and down.
   (19).                                          5. Press the ‘DOUBLE’ espresso button once
4. To commence programming press and hold            to start the espresso pour.
   down both the ‘SINGLE’ and ‘DOUBLE’            6. Allow the espresso to pour until the desired
   espresso buttons while still holding down         level. Once the desired level is reached
   these buttons briefly press the ‘POWER’           stop the espresso pour by pressing the
   button and release all buttons. The lights        ‘DOUBLE’ espresso button. A long beep
   around the coffee buttons will start to           will signify that the new setting for the
   slowly flash, dimming up and down.                ‘DOUBLE’ espresso operation has been
5. Press the ‘SINGLE’ espresso button once           programmed and stored into the machines
   to start the espresso pour.                       memory.
6. Allow the espresso to pour until the desired   7. The espresso machine will then go into
   level. Once the desired level is reached          ‘READY MODE’ and is ready to make
   stop the espresso pour by pressing the            espresso at the push of a button.
   ‘SINGLE’ espresso button. A long beep
   will signify that the new setting for the      Resetting the Factory Settings
   ‘SINGLE’ espresso operation has been           To revert back to the original factory settings;
   programmed and stored into the machines        1. Insert the power cord into a 230-240V AC
   memory.                                           power outlet and switch the power ‘ON’.
7. The espresso machine will then go into
   ‘READY MODE’ and is ready to make
   espresso at the push of a button.
                                                                                                     17
Programming your espresso machine (continued)

 Important: Although the espresso machine is
 on at the power outlet ensure that the actual
 espresso machine power is ‘OFF’. Therefore
 no lights will be illuminated on the espresso
 machine control panel.
 2. Press and hold down the ‘POWER’ button.
 3. When you hear a single long beep this
    will indicate that the espresso machine
    will have returned to the original factory
    settings.

18
Preparing your espresso machine
before use
1. Place the espresso machine onto a dry,           5. Place glasses and cups on the warming
   stable benchtop.                                    plate (6).
2. Ensure the drip tray and grill are in place.     Important: For first time use or if the machine
3. Fill the espresso machine with water. To         has not been used for some time, it is
   do so, ensure the group handle has been          important that the machine is rinsed as
   taken out of the group head and swing            follows:
   the steam want to the right, out of the          6. Fit the group handle with either the single
   way. Then using the handle at the front             or double filter basket (7). Secure the
   of the water reservoir simply slide out the         group handle to the group head (8) (9).
   reservoir from the front of the espresso         7. Place a sufficiently large container under
   machine (1). Then fill with fresh cold water        both pouring spouts (10).
   or filtered water (2). Replace the water         8. Once the espresso machine is switched on
   reservoir firmly by sliding it back into place      and heated, so the light on the ‘POWER’
   (3).                                                button is red and the lights around the
4. Insert the power cord into a 230-240V               ‘MANUAL’, ‘SINGLE’, ‘DOUBLE’ and ‘HOT
   AC power outlet and switch the power on.            WATER’ buttons show a constant red light,
   Press the ‘POWER’ button once to turn the           the espresso machine is heated and ready
   espresso machine on (4). The light on the           to use.
   ‘POWER’ button will illuminate red and           Tip: Remember if the ‘POWER’ light is
   start flashing. This is to indicate that your    flashing red, this indicates that the espresso
   espresso machine is on and is heating up.        machine is on and is heating up.
   When the red light on the ‘POWER’ button         9. Press the ‘MANUAL’ button (11) and allow
   stops flashing and turns to a constant              the water to run through until the water
   red light, this indicates that the espresso         reservoir is empty.
   machine is heated and ready to use. The          Note: You will need to press the ‘MANUAL’
   lights around the ‘MANUAL’, ‘SINGLE’,            button again to stop the water flow. It does
   ‘DOUBLE’, ‘STEAM’ and ‘HOT WATER’                not happen automatically.
   buttons will also show a constant red light
  (5). When the control panel is lit in this
  way, this indicates that the machine is in
  ready mode.

                                                                                                      19
Guide to the perfect espresso

 Preheat Glasses                                     Then without having made a coffee remove
 1. Preheat the glasses/cups by filling them         the group handle (21) and inspect the top
    with hot water as this will assist to preserve   of the tamped coffee - it should have only a
    the crema of the espresso. Set the glasses/      slight indent from the shower screen.  Ideally
    cups aside.                                      the top of the tamped coffee should be
 Caution: The hot water will be close to boiling     fractionally below the shower screen and then
 temperature. Take care so as not to crack the       during the espresso pour the coffee cake will
 glasses or burn yourself.                           expand up and onto the shower screen.
                                                     Tip: The coffee dosage and the degree of
 Preheat Group Handle and Filter Basket              tamping should remain the same every time
 2. Select the appropriate filter basket and         you make a coffee. The only thing that should
    place it into group handle (12).                 vary is the coarseness of the coffee grounds
 Tip: Use the single filter basket for a single      and this will vary depending on the bean. For
 serve of espresso and the double filter basket      example to achieve a slower espresso pour
 for a double serve of espresso.                     rate use a finer grind and a coarser grind for
 3. Take the group handle, hold it under the         a faster espresso pour rate.
    group head and purge water. With the filter      Note: If purchasing pre-ground coffee or
    basket positioned under the group head           you have someone grind it for you, request/
    press the ‘MANUAL’ button to start the           purchase a very fine grind, the same that
    water flow and press it again to stop (13).      would be used for a commercial espresso
 4. Dry the filter basket.                           machine.
                                                     Tip: Ensure the coffee tamp is dry because if
 Dosing and Tamping                                  it is wet the coffee grinds will stick to it.
 5. Using a grinder or the measuring spoon
    supplied, place the appropriate amount of        The Espresso Pour
    finely ground coffee into the filter basket      8. Lock the group handle onto the group head
    (14).                                               (17)(18).
 6. Reset the group handle with the filter           9. Empty the glasses/cups and place below
    basket in position onto the benchtop. Take          the pouring spouts (19).
    the coffee tamp, apply firm level packing        Note: Check to see that the espresso machine
    pressure (15), twisting 90 degrees to            is ready for use (see p8 Ready Mode).
    polish the grounds. This seals the surface       Remember that if the ‘POWER’ light is
    of the coffee cake.                              flashing red, this indicates that the espresso
 7. Brush any excess coffee grounds from             machine is on and heating up.
    around the edge of the filter basket (16).       10. Press any of the coffee buttons to start
 Important: Be sure to place a sufficient                 the espresso pour.
 amount of coffee grinds into the filter basket      Important: Should coffee grinds come out
 without over dosing it with coffee. Once            from the top of the group handle this is a
 tamped the level of coffee should be only a         sign that the group handle has not been
 few millimetres below the rim of the filter         firmly locked into position and/or the level of
 basket. To check this, lock the group handle        coffee in the basket is too high.
 onto the group head (17)(18).
20
Guide to the perfect espresso (continued)

Pre-Infusion                                       Eco Mode and Standby Mode
11. Once the espresso operation has been           After 1 hour of non-use in Ready Mode the
     activated, before the espresso pour starts,   espresso machine will automatically switch
     the progressive pre-infusion feature will     to Eco Mode. An indication that the machine
     release three short bursts of gradually       is in Eco Mode is the light on the ‘POWER’
     increasing water pressure onto the coffee     button will slowly flash red. While in Eco
     cake.  After this, the full water pressure    Mode the machine uses reduced power and
     is applied to the coffee cake and the         maintains a lower temperature. While in Eco
     espresso will pour freely.                    Mode, the espresso machine functions can
12. Check the espresso pour. The ideal             easily be reactivated by simply pressing the
     pour starts out dark and then soon            ‘MANUAL’, ‘SINGLE’, ‘DOUBLE’, ‘STEAM’
     after becomes caramel with reddish            or ‘HOT WATER’ buttons. The temperature
     reflections. The pour should hang             of the espresso machine will then adjust as
     vertically on each spout and flow slowly      necessary.
     like dripping honey.                          After a further 1 hour of non-use in
Tip: Once the espresso pour starts to lighten      Eco Mode the espresso machine will
in colour you should cut off the pour.             automatically switch to Standby Mode. The
13. Serve espresso immediately.                    lights on the control panel will all switch off.
                                                   To bring the espresso machine out of Standby
                                                   Mode simply press the ‘POWER’ button.
Caring for your Espresso Machine
                                                   The machine will then power on and begin
13. Remove the group handle from the group         heating up.
     head (21).
14. Discard the used coffee grinds from the
     filter basket (22).
Tip: After each use of the espresso machine
we recommend that a small amount of water
is cycled through the group head as this will
wash out any old or used coffee grinds stuck
to the underside of the group head. Simply
press the ‘MANUAL’ button and allow some
water to run through. Press button again
to stop. We also recommend that a small
amount of water is purged through the steam
wand after each use.

                                                                                                      21
Guide to milk texturing

 Milk texturing is the steaming of milk. The        4. Swing the steam wand to the side of the
 steam does two things, heats the milk and             espresso machine (26).
 also the steam mixes air with the milk to          5. Place the steam wand into the milk so that
 form an ‘emulsion’ of tiny bubbles that gives         the tip of the steam nozzle is just below
 a silky velvet texture. Similar to making an          the surface of the milk and activate the
 espresso, perfecting the art of milk texturing        steam function by turning the steam and
 takes time and practice.                              hot water control dial anti-clockwise as far
 Tip: Remember espresso is the foundation for          as it will go (27).
 all espresso-coffee drinks and the milk is the     6. Angle the jug so that the steam wand is
 variable.                                             resting on the spout of the jug and lower
 Before starting to prepare for milk texturing,        the jug until the tip of the steam nozzle
 ensure the espresso machine is in steam               is just below the surface of the milk. The
 mode, so the red light on the 'POWER'                 nozzle should sit just off centre in the
 button and red light around the 'STEAM'               milk. This will start to create a whirlpool
 button are illuminated.                               action in the milk (28).
 Note: Should the espresso machine not be           Note: How we introduce the air to the milk
 in steam mode, simply press the 'STEAM'            will determine the consistency of the foam.
 button to activate (23).                           If we catch large gulps of air the quality of
 Tip: It is recommended to use the steam            the foam will reflect this by having large
 function after first making espresso or using      bubbles. If we can introduce air to the milk
 the hot water function. Making coffee in           in a controlled gentle fashion indicated by a
 this order will reduce any waiting time or         gentle hissing sound the milk will have a fine
 water usage while the machine adjusts to the       aerated bead in the textured foam.
 correct temperature.                               7. As the steam heats and textures the milk,
 1. Determine how much milk is needed based            the level of the milk in the jug will begin to
    on the number of cups being made or the            rise. As this happens follow the level of the
    size of the texturing jug.                         milk by lowering the jug, always keeping
 Tip: Keep in mind that the volume of milk             the tip of the steam nozzle just below the
 will increase or ’stretch’ during the texturing.      surface. This will create a slight hissing
 2. Pour cold refrigerated milk into a stainless       noise.
    steel jug, between ¹/³ to ²/³ full.             Tip: The amount of foam required will vary
 Tip: Best results will be achieved by using a      depending on the drinks being made, for
 clean jug and cold, fresh milk.                    example a cappuccino requires more foam
                                                    than a flat white.
 3. Purge the steam wand of any water. With
    the steam wand positioned over the drip         8. Close the steam immediately when the
    tray activate the steam function by turning        milk is heated to between 60-65°C by
    the steam and hot water control dial anti-         turning the steam and hot water control
    clockwise as far as it will go (24). Once          dial clockwise (29).
    any water has been purged close the steam       Tip: The optimum drinking temperature of
    by turning the steam and hot water control      milk is between 60-65°C and we advise
    dial clockwise (25).                            you use a milk thermometer to achieve

22
Guide to milk texturing (continued)

the correct temperature. It's important to        9. Remove the jug, immediately wipe the
remember that if the milk is not heated               steam nozzle and wand with a clean damp
long enough the drink will be too cool and            cloth (30) and purge a small amount of
if heated for too long it will start to boil at       steam.
around 72°C and all texture will be lost.         10. With the jug in hand tap the jug on the
Tip: If you don’t have a thermometer a good           bench top to release the trapped air
indication that the correct temperature has           bubbles.  Agitate the milk as this helps
been reached is when the jug becomes too              the milk and froth combine for an even
hot to leave your fingers in contact.                 consistency.
Important: Do not boil the milk as the texture    Note: After 10 minutes of non-use in
and taste will be affected.                       steam mode, the espresso machine will
                                                  automatically return to ready mode.

Using the hot water function
The hot water function is ideal for preheating    Caution: The water from the hot water nozzle
cups and glasses, brewing teas, preparing         will be close to boiling temperature. Take
long blacks, hot chocolates and filling coffee    care as boiling water may scald. Additionally,
plungers.                                         the wand will be hot and may burn.
When using the hot water function the             3. Once you have dispensed the required
espresso machine needs to be in ‘HOT                 amount of hot water into the cup or
WATER’ mode, so the red light on the                 container, close the hot water by turning
‘POWER’ button and the red light around the          the steam/hot water control dial clockwise
‘HOT WATER’ button are illuminated.                  (33).
Note: Should the espresso machine not be          4. Remove the cup or container and swing the
in hot water mode, simply press the ‘HOT             steam/hot water wand over the drip tray to
WATER’ button to activate (31).                      catch any drips of water (34).
1. Swing the steam and hot water wand to the
   side of the espresso machine.
2. Place the cup or container under the
   steam/hot water nozzle and activate the hot
   water function by turning the steam and
   hot water control dial anti-clockwise as far
   as it will go (32).

                                                                                                   23
Espresso Recipes

 ESPRESSO (SHORT BLACK)                           MACCHIATO
 Espresso is a concentrated, full bodied coffee   Macchiato, Italian for ‘to stain or mark’.
 with a stable layer of cream on top – known      Traditionally served as a standard espresso
 as ‘crema’. An espresso is the foundation of     with a dash of milk and a small dollop of
 all café coffee. Variations are achieved by      froth into the middle of the ‘crema’.
 adding different amounts of milk and froth.      • 90mL espresso glass or demitasse cup
 • 90mL espresso glass or demitasse cup           • single or double espresso
 • single espresso (30-35mL)                      • marked with steamed milk froth

 LONG BLACK                                       FLAT WHITE
 A standard espresso with hot water, served in    Another old favourite, the Flat White is
 a regular coffee cup or mug. The hot water is    an espresso with steamed milk, served in
 added first so that the ‘crema’ is maintained.   a regular coffee cup or mug. The layer of
 • 190mL cup                                      frothed milk on top should be 2mm to seal
                                                  the coffee.
 • hot water (to taste)
                                                  • 190mL cup
 • single or double espresso
                                                  • single or double espresso
                                                  • steamed milk

24
Espresso Recipes (continued)

CAFFE LATTE                                       CAFFE MOCHA
An espresso with steamed milk, typically          Made in a similar way to a cappuccino but
served in a glass. The layer of frothed milk on   with the addition of drinking chocolate.
top should be 10mm to seal the coffee.            Simply stir the chocolate into the espresso
• 220mL glass or cup                              prior to adding the steamed milk and froth.
• single or double espresso                       • 190-240mL cup or tall glass
• steamed milk                                    • single or double espresso
                                                  • two teaspoons of drinking chocolate
                                                  • two-thirds milky coffee, one-third froth

CAPPUCCINO                                        CON PANNA
This delicious drink is an espresso with          A variation on the original Vienna coffee, this
steamed milk, topped with creamy froth and        delicious drink is made up of an espresso
a dusting of chocolate. The resulting drink is    topped with lightly whipped cream. It can
approximately two-thirds milky coffee, one-       also be dusted with cinnamon or drinking
third froth.                                      chocolate.
• 190-240mL cup                                   • 190mL cup
• single or double espresso                       • single or double espresso
• two-thirds milky coffee, one-third froth        • lightly whipped cream
• dusted with chocolate                           • dusted with cinnamon or chocolate

                                                                                                    25
Care and Cleaning

 The coffee making process involves extracting    To clean the group head of any old coffee
 oils out of coffee grinds to make espresso       grinds cycle water through and wipe the
 coffee. Deposits of these oils build up over     group head and around the inside rim with a
 time and affect the taste of the coffee and      damp cloth.
 operation of the espresso machine.               Should the holes in the filter baskets become
 Regular cleaning to remove these oils is         clogged with coffee grinds use a fine bristled
 essential and will maintain the quality of the   brush to remove them. Also you can use
 coffee the espresso machine produces and         the cleaning pin which is supplied with the
 result in less maintenance being required.       espresso machine.  The cleaning tool is
 This is easy to do by following a few quick      located behind the water reservoir and drip
 and easy cleaning steps after each coffee        tray (37). The cleaning tool has two pins at
 making session;                                  either end.  One is the thinner and shorter
  Cycle water through the group head,            of the two and is for cleaning out the hole in
  Purge steam through the steam wand,            the filter basket. Insert the cleaning pin into
   Wipe the steam wand clean with a damp        the single hole in the base of the filter (38).
     cloth immediately after use,                 Group head rubber seal
   Remove the filter basket from the group      The group head seal is located on the
     handle and clean away any old coffee oils,   underside of the group head and creates a
     and                                          seal against the group handle during the
   Empty the drip tray and rinse.               espresso pour.
 Important: Never wash any of the espresso        Note: During long periods of non-use we
 machine parts or accessories in the              recommend that the group handle not be
 dishwasher.                                      left attached to the group head as this will
                                                  reduce the life of the seal.
 Drip tray and grill
                                                  Over time the seal will lose its elasticity
 Remove the drip tray and grill at regular
                                                  and require replacement, depending on use
 intervals to empty (35) (36). Clean with
                                                  usually every 12 months. Signs that the seal
 water and a little non-abrasive washing up
                                                  is deteriorating are when the group handle
 liquid, rinse and dry.
                                                  cannot create the necessary seal and steam
 Over time it is normal for the inside of the     and/or water escapes from around the group
 drip tray to be stained by the oils in the       head during the espresso pour.  Another sign
 coffee.                                          may be when the group handle locks off to
 Group head, group handle & filter baskets        the right rather than the front.
 The filter baskets and group handle should       Note: Contact Sunbeam on 1300 881 861
 be rinsed with warm water after each use and     should you think that the group head seal
 then dried thoroughly.                           needs replacing.  Please do not attempt
                                                  to change the seal without first consulting
                                                  Sunbeam.

26
Care and Cleaning (continued)

Cup warming plate and exterior                   Important: Never clean the steam wand with
Wipe over the unit with a damp cloth and wipe    an abrasive pad as this will damage the
dry. Do not use abrasives or metal scourers as   steam wand.
these will scratch the exterior surface.         Should the steam wand become blocked,
                                                 supplied with the espresso machine is a
Steam wand                                       cleaning pin. The cleaning tool is located
Keeping the steam arm clean is essential         behind the water reservoir and drip tray (37).
to ensure maximum efficiency of the steam        The cleaning tool has two pins at either end.
function. A build up of caramelised/dried milk   The thicker, longer pin is for cleaning the
on the steam wand will impair the steaming       steam wand. Insert the cleaning pin into the
and texturing ability of the espresso machine.   hole in the base of the steam nozzle (40).
The steam nozzle has been specially designed     Should the steam wand remain blocked
to be perfectly smooth.  This will help to       unscrew the steam nozzle from the steam
reduce build up of dried milk.                   wand. Clean the steam nozzle by once again
Important: Wipe the steam wand clean with a      using the cleaning pin then flush under
damp cloth immediately after each use and        running water.
purge a small amount of steam.
Should the milk dry/caramelise on the
steam wand, simply wrap the wand with a
clean damp cloth, swing the steam wand
over the drip tray and turn the steam on for
approximately 10 seconds (39). With the
cloth still on the steam wand leave to sit for
about 5 minutes and you will find that after
this time the dry/caramelised milk will easily
wipe away. Repeat process if still dirty.

                                                                                                   27
Descaling

 Scale is a surface build up of minerals that       2. Should the group handle be attached to
 naturally occur over time in all appliances           the group head remove it, rinse thoroughly
 that are involved with the heating of water.          under running water and set aside.
 Therefore the espresso machine will require        3. Using a screwdriver unscrew the brewing
 occasional descaling. It is recommended               filter/shower screen from the underside of
 that the espresso machine is descaled every           the group head.
 4-6 months, this will vary depending on the        4. Remove and set aside the filter/screen,
 frequency of use and water hardness.                  washer and screw in a safe place.
 Descaling solution                                 Important: Be careful not to lose the filter/
 Use any of the following when descaling the        screen, washer and screw once you have
 espresso machine:                                  disassembled the group head.
  Sunbeam Espresso Machine Descaling              5. Using a small brush scrub in and around
    Tablets (EM0010)                                   the area at the brewing head, removing all
                                                       coffee grinds.
  Sunbeam Liquid Descaler (KEO100), or
                                                    6. Place a sufficiently large container under
  Vinegar Solution.
                                                       the group head.
 Descaling the espresso machine                     7. Insert the power cord into a 230-240V AC
 Note: Ensure the espresso machine is turned           power outlet and switch the power ‘ON’.
 off and the power cord is unplugged.                  Press the ‘POWER’ button once to turn the
 1. Remove the water reservoir and rinse clean.        espresso machine on.
    Depending on the descaling solution being       Note: Check to see that the espresso machine
    used use one of the following:                  is ready for use (see p8 Ready Mode).
 A. Sunbeam Espresso Machine Descaling              Remember if the ‘POWER’ light is flashing
    Tablets                                         red this indicates that the espresso machine
                                                    is on and is heating up.
    Fill the water reservoir with 1 litre of warm
    water and place a descaling tablet into the     8. Press the ‘MANUAL’ button and allow
    reservoir. Once the tablet has dissolved           half the solution to cycle through the
    replace the reservoir, this takes about 5-7        group head and then once again press the
    minutes.                                           ‘MANUAL’ button to stop the flow.
 B.Sunbeam Liquid Descaler                          Important: Do not run descaling solution
                                                    through the steam wand.
    Fill the water reservoir with approximately
    1.5 litres of water, add 1 capful of            Note: Depending on the size of the container
    Sunbeam Liquid Descaler and replace the         under the group head on occasion this may
    reservoir.                                      need to be emptied throughout this process.
 C. Vinegar solution                                9. After half the solution has cycled through
                                                       press the ‘MANUAL’ button to stop the flow
    Fill the water reservoir with approximately
                                                       and then press the ‘POWER’ button to turn
    1.5 litres of warm water, add 3 tablespoons
                                                       the machine off.
    of vinegar and replace the reservoir.

28
Descaling (continued)

10. Leave the machine off for 10-15 minutes   14. Press the ‘MANUAL’ button and allow the
    to allow the descaling solution to take       entire water reservoir to cycle through the
    affect.                                       group head. Press button again to stop.
11. Press the ‘POWER’ button once to turn     Note: Depending on the size of the container
    the espresso machine on.                  under the group head on occasion this may
12. Press the ‘MANUAL’ button and allow the   need to be emptied throughout this process.
    remaining solution to cycle through the   15. When this is finished remove the
    group head. Press button again to stop.       container under the group head and give
13. Remove the water reservoir from the           the machine a good wipe over.
    machine and rinse thoroughly under        16. Carefully replace the rubber seal, brewing
    running water, ensuring that all traces       filter/shower screen and washer to the
    of the descaling solution are removed.        group head.
    Fill with clean water and replace the     Important: Ensure the screw is tightened well.
    reservoir.                                17. Fill the water reservoir with fresh water
                                                  and position it in to the machine.

                                                                                                29
Advanced programming options

 Espresso Thermoblock Temperature                 4. Press the ‘SINGLE’ button to decrease the
 The water temperature of this espresso              Espresso temperature setting or press the
 machine has been calibrated to the precise          ‘DOUBLE’ button to increase the espresso
 temperature of 92°C at the group head. The          temperature setting. Please refer to the
 temperature of the water at the group head          chart below.
 can be modified in increments of 2°C up and              Espresso Temperature Programming
 down should it be desired.
                                                     Setting               Beep Sequence
 To do this you need to follow the instructions      +3                    3 Short Beeps
 below:
                                                     +2                    2 Short Beeps
 1. Insert the power cord into a 230-240V AC
                                                     +1                    1 Short Beep
    power outlet and switch the power ‘ON’.
                                                     0 (Factory Setting)   1 Short Beep and 1 Long Beep
 Note: Although the espresso machine is ON
                                                     -1                    1 Long Beep
 at the power outlet ensure that the actual
                                                     -2                    2 Long Beeps
 espresso machine power is ‘OFF’. Therefore
 no lights will be illuminated on the espresso       -3                    3 Long Beeps

 machine control panel.
                                                  5. Once you have selected the desired
 2. Press and hold down the ‘MANUAL’ button.
                                                     temperature, press and hold the ‘MANUAL’
 3. While still holding down the ‘MANUAL’            button to save the new setting. A single
    button briefly press the ‘POWER’ button          long beep will sound to indicate the new
    and release all buttons.                         setting has been saved. The espresso
 Note: A series of beeps will indicate the           machine will then turn on to ‘READY
 current setting.                                    MODE’.
 Note: The ‘MANUAL’ button LED will light up      Remember: If you do not press the ‘MANUAL’
 as will the ‘SINGLE’ and ‘DOUBLE’ buttons.       button within 30 seconds the program will
 Note: The sequence of beeps will indicate the    return to the Factory Setting and the espresso
 current setting.                                 machine will then power on and begin
                                                  heating up.

30
Advanced programming options (continued)

Steam Thermoblock Temperature                    4. Press the ‘SINGLE’ button to decrease the
The steam temperature of this espresso              steam temperature or to increase the steam
machine has been calibrated to deliver a            temperature press the ‘DOUBLE’ button.
powerful and dry steam for texturing milk.          Please refer to the chart below.
The temperature of the steam can be                       Steam Temperature Programming
modified in increments of 2°C up and down
                                                    Setting             Beep Sequence
should it be desired.
                                                    +3 (Factory Setting) 3 Short Beeps
To do this you need to follow the instructions
                                                    +2                  2 Short Beeps
below:
                                                    +1                  1 Short Beep
1. Insert the power cord into a 230-240V AC
                                                    0                   1 Short Beep and 1 Long Beep
   power outlet and switch the power ‘ON’.
                                                    -1                  1 Long Beep
Note: Although the espresso machine is ON
                                                    -2                  2 Long Beeps
at the power outlet ensure that the actual
                                                    -3                  3 Long Beeps
espresso machine power is ‘OFF’. Therefore
no lights will be illuminated on the espresso
machine control panel.                           5. Once you have selected the desired
                                                    temperature, press and hold the ‘HOT
2.Press and hold down the ‘HOT WATER/
                                                    WATER/STEAM’ button to save the new
   STEAM’ button.
                                                    setting. A single long beep will sound to
3. While still holding down the ‘HOT WATER/         indicate the new setting has been saved.
   STEAM’ button briefly press the ‘POWER’          The espresso machine will then turn on to
   button and release all buttons.                  ‘READY MODE’.
Note: This activates the programmability of      Remember: If you do not press the ‘HOT
the Steam Thermoblock Temperature and            WATER/STEAM’ button within 30 seconds
to signal this a series of beeps will follow     the program will return to the Factory Setting
and the ‘HOT WATER/STEAM’ button LED             and the espresso machine will then power on
will light up. Additionally the ‘SINGLE’ and     and begin heating up.
‘DOUBLE’ button LEDS will start to flash.
Note: A series of beeps will indicate the
current setting.

                                                                                                       31
Advanced programming options (continued)

 Steam Wetness or Steam Pump Rate                 4. Press the ‘SINGLE’ button to decrease
 The steam pump rate of this espresso                to decrease the steam pump rate or
 machine has been preset. Modifying the              to increase the steam rate press the
 steam pump rate enables you to make the             ‘DOUBLE’ button. Please refer to the chart
 steam wetter or dryer and aids in the delivery      below.
 of a powerful, dry steam - ideal for texturing                Steam Pump Rate Programming
 milk. The steam pump rate can be modified           Setting             Beep Sequence
 in flow rate increments up or down should it
                                                     +3 (Factory Setting) 3 Short Beeps
 be desired.
                                                     +2                  2 Short Beeps
 To do this you need to follow the instructions
                                                     +1                  1 Short Beep
 below:
                                                     0                   1 Short Beep and 1 Long Beep
 1. Insert the power cord into a 230-240V AC
                                                     -1                  1 Long Beep
    power outlet and switch the power ‘ON’.
                                                     -2                  2 Long Beeps
 Note: Although the espresso machine is ON
                                                     -3                  3 Long Beeps
 at the power outlet ensure that the actual
 espresso machine power is ‘OFF’. Therefore
 no lights will be illuminated on the espresso    5. Once you have selected the desired
 machine control panel.                              steam pump rate, press and hold both
                                                     the ‘MANUAL’ and ‘HOT WATER/STEAM’
 2. Press and hold down both the ‘MANUAL’
                                                     buttons to save the new setting. A single
    and ‘HOT WATER/STEAM’ buttons.
                                                     long beep will sound to indicate the setting
 3. While still holding down the ‘MANUAL’            has been saved. The espresso machine will
    and ‘HOT WATER/STEAM’ buttons briefly            then turn on to ‘READY MODE’.
    press the ‘POWER’ button and release all
                                                  Remember: If you do not press the ‘MANUAL’
    buttons.
                                                  and ‘HOT WATER/STEAM’ buttons within
 Note: This activates the programmability of      30 seconds the program will return to the
 the Steam Pump Rate and to signal this a         Factory Setting and the espresso machine
 series of beeps will follow and the ‘MANUAL’     will then power on and begin heating up.
 and ‘HOT WATER/STEAM’ button LEDS
 will light up. Additionally the ‘SINGLE’ and
 ‘DOUBLE’ button LEDS will start to flash.
 Note: A series of beeps will indicate the
 current setting.

32
You can also read
Next slide ... Cancel