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									Super Automatic Espresso Machine

Owner’s Manual

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We would like to thank you for purchasing one of our products. Before using the machine we suggest you carefully read this manual to obtain the necessary information for correct use and servicing of the product. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us. 1-800-724-3459 or service@chriscoffee.com Please remember to save the shipping carton and packing materials that came with your machine. This is very important should you need to return your machine to us. If you do need to send your machine back for any reason, please contact our service department to get a return authorization number. Be sure to insure the machine and pack it securely with the original packing materials to prevent damage in shipping. We can’t be held responsible for any damage that may occur while in transit to us. Should you need to file a damage claim with the shipper, we would be happy to help you with the required forms. Thanks again for your business, Chris

Features:              Programmable pre-infusion from 0 to 4 seconds. Programmable temperature setting from 176° to 210°F Programmable ground coffee and water volume dose. Programmable seven day timer. Five different language selections: English, Italian, German, French, and Spanish. Programmable auto off timer. Command prompted descaling and backflushing feature. Stepless grinder adjustment. Traditional steam arm and auto frother. Optional password protection to prevent changing of settings. Cup warming tray Removable cup pedestal to fit small and large cups. Extensive component protection with 5 fuses as well as thermal protection for the pump, grinder, and heater.
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INDEX 1. Symbols………………………………………………………………....………………...page 2 2. Important safeguards……………………………………………………...………......page 4 3. Description……….………………………………………………….………....………...page 5
3.1. 3.2. 3.3. Characteristics…….…………………………………………………..………page 5 Safety……………….…………………………………………………..……….page 5 Vibrations……………………………………………………………………….page 5

4. Technical specification……………………………………………………….............page 5 5. Legend……………………………………………………………………………......…..page 5 6. Intended use……………………………………………………………....……….........page 5 7. Transport………………………………………………………………………..…………page 5 8. Installation……………………………………….……………………………..…………page 6
8.1. 8.2. Installation……………………………………………………………....………page 6 Description of controls……....……………………………………...………..page 6

9. Operation……………………………………………………………………......……….page 6
9.1. 9.2. 9.3. 9.4. 9.5. 9.6. 9.7. Starting operation……………………………………………………………………….page 6 Grind adjustment………………………………………………………………....…..page 7 Coffee dispenser…………………………………………………………………..…...page 7 Hot water dispenser …………………………………………….………………………...page 7 Steam dispenser………………………………….………………………………….....page 7 Cappuccino dispenser……………….……………………………………………….....……page 7 Dosage settings ………….………………………………………………………………page 7

10.Maintenance…………………………………….…………………………………..page 7 11.Taking out of service…….………………………………………………………….page 8 12.Troubleshooting guide............................................……………………………..page 8 13.Menu settings……..….………………………………………………..…………….page 9

IMPORTANT Please keep all packaging materials should you need to ship the machine for service. Keep these

instructions in a safe place. For any further information or problems not fully explained please contact our staff.

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2. 1. SYMBOLS The warning triangle identifies all explanations important for personal safety. Follow these instructions to avoid accidents!  Packing materials (plastic bags, expanded polystyrene, nails, boxes etc.) are a potential hazard and must not be left within reach of children.  Before plugging in the machine ensure that the mains voltage is 110Volts/15Amp. A resettable GFI outlet is recommended, but not necessary.  The power cord should be fully extended (avoid kinking or compressing) in a position where it cannot be knocked or tampered with by children; it should not be placed near water or other liquids or heat sources, it should not be damaged. If necessary, have it replaced by qualified electrician.  The use of adaptors, multi-sockets and/or extension leads is not recommended.  In case of doubt or uncertainty, have a qualified electrician check the electrical system, which should be in accordance with safety regulations in force, including: - The appliance must be earthed; - Electrical wire sufficient for the power rating; - Efficient circuit breaker.  Place the machine on a water-repellant surface (laminated, steel, ceramic etc.) away from heat sources (ovens, hobs, fireplaces etc.) and in an environment where the tempture does not go below 40°F.  Do not expose the machine to inclement weather conditions or install it in areas of high humidity such as bathrooms.  For replacement parts contact a dealer or an Authorized Retailer and use only original spare parts.  Packed machines should be stored in a dry, damp-free place protected from the elements. The temperature should not be less than 40°F. IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS

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Numbers and letters refer to illustrations and machine components such as buttons, warning lights etc.

The manufacturers accept no liability for damage caused by: • Use other than that for which the appliance is intended. • Modification of the power cord. •Modification of any of the machine’s components. • Use of non-original spare parts or accessories. • Repairs not carried out by an authorized repair center.

This product meets the labeling requirements set out in WEEE Directive (2002/96/CE). The symbol indicates that this electrical or electronic product may not be disposed of as household waste. PRODUCT CATEGORY with reference to types of appliances listed in Annexure 1 of the WEEE Directive, this product comes under category 2 “Small domestic appliances”. DO NOT DISPOSE OF AS DOMESTIC WASTE. Failure to observe the above precautions will render the warranty invalid.

A maximum of 3 packed machines of the same type may be stored on top of each other. Do not store heavy items of other types on top of the packaged machines.

The manufacturer cannot be held liable in the event of damage to things or persons caused by improper installation or use.

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3. DESCRIPTION 3.1 Characteristcs The machine consists of an automatic group to dispense coffee; the hydraulic unit consists of a 1.5 liter capacity boiler for dispensing coffee, hot water and steam. The machine base and housing are in stainless steel. 3.2 Safety The boiler is equipped with a mechanical spring pressure valve calibrated at 2.5 bar and a thermal protector that interrupts heating in the event of a fault. The heat exchanger is equipped with a pressure valve calibrated at 10 bars (pressure present in the coffee circuit). The coffee reservoir is equipped with electronic temperature control and is protected by a safety thermo fuse to prevent overheating. The pump is equipped with an automatic reset thermal protector in case of overheating. All heating elements subject to electric current are situated inside the machine housing. 3.3 Vibrations The machine is equipped with anti-vibration rubber feet. In normal operating conditions the machine does not produce vibrations that are harmful to people of things. 4. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Dimensions L 16.5” x W 14.75” x H 17.5” Weight 53 lbs. Voltage Power Current 110-120V /50-60 Hz 1600 W 14 A Water tank capacity 3 lt Working temperture +40° to +113° F 15 16 17 18 19 Espresso coffee dispenser button/- (key 2) Diluted “long” coffee dispenser button/+ (key 3) Hot water dispenser button (key 4) Steam dispenser button (key 5) Cappuccino dispenser/exit button (key 6)

6. INTENDED USE The machine has been designed and built to dispense coffee and for the preparation of hot beverages (tea, cappuccino etc.) Any other use is to be considered improper and therefore dangerous. Operators must always follow the instructions for use and maintenance contained in this manual. In case of uncertainty or malfunction, switch off the machine. Do not attempt to carry out repairs or tamper with the machine. Contact an authorized service center. The operator must not:  Touch hot surfaces with the hands but use only the appropriate controls;  Clean or move the machine when it is hot or without unplugging it;  Unplug the machine by pulling the power cord;  Use the machine if the power cord appears damaged;  Touch the machine with wet or damp hands or feet; Turn the machine upside down or onto its side;  Wash the machine with direct or pressurized jets of water or with steam;  Immerse the machine in water or any other type of liquid;  Operate the machine in the immediate vicinity of children;  Allow minor children or unable persons to operate the machine;  Place containers of liquid on top of the machine. Should the machine become wet or very damp, it should not be installed or operated until it is certain that is thoroughly dried. Contraindications for use The machine is to be used only for its intended purpose and not for other purposes such as grinding and dispensing products other than coffee or non-edible products. 7. TRASPORT AND PACKING During transport the box should always be kept in the correct position as indicated on the outside of the box. Do not turn the box upside down or turn it on its side. The packaging also contains the accessories and the documentation, which should be kept in a safe place for future reference.  Open the top of the box, remove the accessories and slide the machine out of its wrapping.

5. LEGEND Figure 1 1 Coffee bean hopper 2 Water tank 3 Coffee grounds drawer 4a Internal dregs drawer 4b Drip tray 4c Raised grid 5 Door handle 6 Multifunction pushbutton panel 7 Display 8 Anti-burn water/steam dispenser wand 9 Coffee dispensing spouts 10 Cup warming plate 11 Cappuccino maker (only when provided for) Figure 2 12 Main switch 13 Socket for power cord with fuses Figure 3 14 On/off switch/menu-enter (key 1)

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 Check the condition of the machine, the accessories, the power cord and the plug, and in the event of damage notify the retailer immediately. Packing materials (plastic bags, expanded polystyrene, nails, boxes etc.) should not be left within the reach of children as they constitute a potential hazard. Do not dispose of the packing materials with domestic refuse, but at the appropriate collection point for recycling. Press the key once for one coffee dispensing cycle, press twice for two cycles. During exploration of the menu it serves to navigate and to increase a parameter. 5. Hot water dispenser button (key 4) Press the button once to dispense hot water from the water/steam wand. Press again to stop (fig.1-8). 6. Steam dispenser button (key 5) Press the key once for the programmed supply of steam from the water/steam wand (fig.1-8). Press the key twice consecutively for continuous supply of steam. Press again to stop. 7. Cappuccino dispenser/exit (key 6) Press the key once for programmed supply of steam from the water/steam wand (fig.1-8). Press twice consecutively for continuous supply of steam. Press again to stop.

8. INSTALLATION 8.1. Installation The machine is delivered ready to install. Ensure that the power supply is 110Volt/15Amp The electrical system must be equipped with a circuit breaker or a properly earthed automatic main switch. A resettable GFI outlet is recommended

9. OPERATION

9.1 Starting operation This appliance must be grounded. The manufacturer declines all liability if this safety precaution is not respected. Ensure that the power cord is not damaged by being kinked, compressed or strain. Do not disconnect the machine by pulling the power cord, but take hold of the plug to remove it. It is advisable not to situate the machine in a niche or similar restricted area to avoid difficulties with operating, replenishing or maintenance.  The surface on which the machine is installed must be completely level, dry, robust and stable, and be at a height of 32in above floor level.  Position the machine and connect the plug to the power socket. 8.2. Description of controls 1. Main switch. (Rear of machine) Position the switch at 1 to turn on the power to the machine. 2. On/enter button (key 1) Hold down the button for 4 seconds to turn the machine on or off. Press the button briefly to access the menu, access submenus and confirm changes to a parameter. 3. Espresso coffee dispenser button/- (key 2). Press the key once for one espresso brew cycle, press twice for two consecutive brew cycles. During exploration of the menu it serves to navigate and to decrease a parameter. 4. Coffee dispenser button/+ (key 3). Each time the machine is switched on it performs a check of its components to ensure that everything is ready for correct operation; it moves the group and if necessary tops up the level of water in the boiler.  Fill the water tank (use drinking water, softened if possible for prolonged machine life).  Insert the water tank making sure that the rubber tube is not twisted and is inside the water tank.  Turn on the main switch (position 1) and hold down key 1; the words “heating please wait” will appear on the display.  Once the operating temperature has been reached the words “machine ready” will appear on the display.  Press the relative key to dispense as required.

The water level in the tank (figure 1-2) must be checked regularly to prevent the pump from drawing in air and suddenly becoming noisy while coffee is being dispensed. Should this occur, switch off immediately, top off the level of water in the tank and repeat the starting up procedure. Never put your hands under the steam tube or the brew group when carrying out the various operations.

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9.2 Grind adjustment The degree of coffee grind is set when the machine is tested, but it can be changed to suit requirements by turning the knob clockwise for a finer grind “–“, or anticlockwise for a coarser grind “+” (figure 4). To adjust the quantity of coffee ground, follow the instructions at point 13. FIGURE 4 FIGURE 5

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9.3 To dispense coffee 9.4 To dispense hot water

Press the corresponding key to dispense the coffee desired (key 2, key 3). Press once for a single brew, press twice for two consecutive brews.

Place a receptacle under the water/steam wand (figure 18) and press the hot water dispenser key (key 4). Press again to stop. 9.5 To dispense steam Press the steam dispenser key (key 5). Immerse the steam wand (figure 1-8) in the liquid to be heated (milk, punch, water etc.) Heat the liquid to the desired temperature. Press again to stop. When finished dispensing always discharge a little steam to prevent the nozzle from clogging. 9.6 To dispense cappuccino The cappuccino maker can be supplied built-in or as an optional, so not all models are equipped with it.  Immerse the milk drawing tube (fig.5-A) in the milk container.  Place the cup under the cappuccinatore and press the cappuccino dispenser key.  By turning the air adjustment valve, the cappuccino froth can be made thicker or less thick (fig. 5-B).  The milk temperature adjuster (fig-5C) allows the velocity at which the milk passes through the cappuccinatore to be increased or decreased also regulating the temperature of the milk dispensed.

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9.7 To program dosage Once the machine is ready to dispense, press and hold down the key you wish to program. When the word “programming” appears on the display, release the key and then press it again once the desired quantity has been reached. For all adjustments follow the instructions given in the menu specifications at point 13. 10. MAINTENANCE Maintenance operations should be carried out with the machine switched off and cold, and with the power plug disconnected. The machine should not be cleaned with metal or abrasive instruments such as wire wool, metal brushes, needles etc. or detergents. Use only a soft, damp cloth or sponge. Daily cleaning:  Clean the steam tube 8.  Check and clean the dregs collection drawer and the drip tray.  Clean the cappuccinatore after use: take a container of water and insert the milk tube (figure 5-A) then start the cappuccinatore to clean it.  Once a week disassemble the cappuccinatore and clean it by immersing the pieces in warm water (figure 6) FIGURE 6

11. TAKING OUT OF SERVICE
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11. TAKING OUT OF SERVICE 11.1. Temporarily  Run a cleaning cycle for the coffee group  Carry out the daily maintenance procedures.  Turn off the main switch, disconnect the power plug.  Empty the water tank, the drip tray and the dregs drawer and wash them.  Store the machine in a dry place protected from the elements and with limited access (avoid leaving it within reach of children). 11.2. Permanently If the machine is to be put out of order or scrapped, the following steps should also be taken in addition to the procedures for taking out of service temporarily:  Cut the power cord.  Pack the machine in cardboard or similar and consign it to the relevant authorized recycling or recovery service.

C) Does not dispense hot water or steam: - The machine has not reached operating temperature. - The water level in the boiler has not been topped up; switch machine off and on again. - Nozzles blocked; clean the nozzles on the steam wand spray. E) Not dispensing coffee properly: - Coffee ground too fine or too coarse. - Ensure there is coffee in the coffee hopper. F) Does not grind coffee: - Check the protection fuse on the inside of the door, if it is blown replace with one of the same type, press and turn counter-clockwise (Figure 7). G) Cappuccino frother not working: - Clean frother parts shown in figure 6

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12. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE In the event of damage to the power cord, contact an authorized service center to have it replaced as this requires special equipment. If waste materials from maintenance are polluting or non-biodegradable, they should be placed in separate containers and consigned to the appropriate collection centres. Checks that can be carried out by the user. A) The machine does not switch on: - Check that the plug has been connected. - Check that there is electric current and that the circuit breaker or main switch is on. - Check the condition of the plug and the power cord; if they are damaged have them replaced by a qualified electrician. - Check the fuses in the machine socket (Figure 2-13). B) Does not dispense coffee: - Lack of water in the tank; top off the level and then turn the machine off and on again. - Coffee pump overheated, wait for the thermal protector to reset. - Grind is too fine, adjust coarser. (Figure 4)

For any other kind of anomaly or problem not specified here, unplug the machine from the power supply, do not attempt any repairs or inspections and contact an authorized service center.

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13. MENU SETTINGS

This section contains all the items in the menu with a description of the relative functions. To access the menu press key 1 “Enter” To navigate the menu press keys 2 “-” or 3 “+” To access a sub-menu press key 1 “Enter” To change a value press keys 2 “-” or 3 “+“ then press key 1 “Enter” to confirm the change, then key 6 “esc” to go back to the previous menu level 1 1.2 1.2.1
GRINDER Quant. Coffee Enter to access sub-menu then scroll items with + and Enables adjustment of quantity of ground coffee allocated to one of the two coffee dispenser keys. A different grinding time can be allocated to each coffee dispenser key. A number appears on the display corresponding to the running time for the coffee grinder. This time is expressed in seconds; increasing the time increases the quantity of coffee ground for this brew. A number appears on the display corresponding to the running time for the coffee grinder. This time is expressed in seconds; increasing the time increases the quantity of coffee ground for this brew. Enter to access sub-menus Enables adjustment of the pre-infusion time allocated to one of the two coffee dispenser keys. A different pre-infusion time can be allocated to each coffee dispenser key. Small squares corresponding to the pre-infusion time appear on the display. This time can be varied from 0 to 4 seconds. No little black square on the display means no pre-infusion has been selected. Enter to access sub-menu Small squares corresponding to the temperature set for the coffee brew appear on the display. This temperature can be varied from 176°F to 210°F. Each square corresponds to about 2°F. Enter to access sub-menu then scroll items with + and + or – To reset the date enter a number and confirm with key 1 then go to next number; once all numbers have been set press esc. to exit. + or – To reset time, enter a number and confirm with key 1 then go to next number; once all numbers have been set press esc. to exit. + or – To select date format (dd/mm/yy or mm/dd/yy) confirm with key 1 and press esc to exit. Enter to access sub-menu and scroll items with + and Enables the machine to switch on and off automatically at programmed times. To program proceed as follows: Go to menu 2.4.1 Progr. On-Off and press enter. Use the + key to scroll and view settings for each day of the week. To change the switch on and switch off settings go to the day to be programmed and press enter, then use the + and – keys to change the hour and minutes for switching on and press enter to confirm. Set the time for switching off, press enter to confirm the changes and go on to the next day. If automatic switching on or off of the machine is not required enter “weekly rest day”. Enables the machine to switch off when idle; when this function is activated it turns the machine off when the set time expires. Countdown to the time starts every time a brew is dispensed. Press enter to access the menu and use the + and – keys to set the automatic switch off time, press enter to confirm and esc to exit. When the machine switches off just press the on switch to restart it.
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Coffee (Tall Espresso) ADJUSTMENTS Pre-infusion Espresso Coffee Temperature Coffee group Date/time Date Time Format Timer

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Water hardness Enables the descaling alarm to be set. The water being used should be analysed before a value is set. Enables the degree of hardness of the water supply to be set to activate the descaling alarm. To set the water hardness select the relative type of water used, press enter to confirm and then esc to exit.  Off: 0-3 grains of hardness (Recommended)  Soft: 3-5 grains of hardness  Average: 5-7 grains of hardness  Hard: 7 or more grains of hardness (Not Recommended) Enables softener filter replacement alarm to be set on the basis of the type of filter used. The instructions for the filter used should be read carefully before setting the alarm. *Applies to softening filters only. Carbon or Brita style filters will not remove any hardness. A number corresponding to the liters to be dispensed before the alarm is is shown appears on the display. The number displayed is in increments of 50 litres; once set press enter to confirm and esc to exit Activates the password for access to the menu (protection to prevent access by unauthorized users). A 5 number “user password” is required to activate or deactivate this function; enter it and press enter then select ON if you wish to block access to the menu The password will be requested each time you want to access the menu; or OFF if you want to deactivate the block.. User Password 35356 Enter to access the sub-menu then scroll the items with + and Enter to access the sub-menu then scroll the items with + and Enables the total number of espressos dispensed to be viewed Enables the total number of coffees dispensed to be viewed Enables the total number of hot water extractions to be viewed Enables total number of steam extractions to be viewed Enables cleaning cycle to be started. Press enter to access and follow the instructions on the display step by step (Before carrying out cleaning, carefully read the instructions for the product used). (Recommend using Cafiza for cleaning) The words “insert tablet” appears on the display; open the door and insert a ½ teaspoon of degreasing product for coffee machines in the coffee piston chamber then press enter to start the cycle. During the cleaning cycle the display describes the various stages of the process. At the end of the wash a rinse cycle is automatically performed to eliminate any residual product. On completion of the cycle the machine will return to the machine ready status. Enables a descaling cycle to be performed, press enter to access and follow the instructions step by step (before carrying out descaling, carefully read the instructions for the product used). (Recommend using Dezcal or citric acid, Do not use cleaner) Do not leave the machine unattended during the descaling process. Put a pitcher under the spout and be prepared to empty it several times during the process. The words “descaler press enter” appears, then insert the descaling product into the water tank and press enter to start the cycle. During the descaling cycle the display describes the various stages of the process. When descaling is complete a rinse cycle is performed to remove any residual product. When the display reads “Rinse” then remove the water reservoir, rinse it out, and fill with fresh water. On completion of the cycle the machine will return to machine ready status. Enter to access When the credit function is deactivated the word password appears; if activated the residual number of credits appears. With the function activated, the machine will block when credits are used up and show “credit finished” (it can dispense only hot water and steam). Enter to access + And – to select language then Enter to confirm and esc. to exit

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Water filter*

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MAINTENANCE Number brews dispensed Espresso Coffee Tea Steam Cleaning Insert tablet/powder Cleaning in progress Rinse

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Prepaid credit Password/0000 LANGUAGE Italian/German/English/ French/Spanish

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