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Operating instructions
Built-in coffee machine
CVA 2660
To avoid the risk of accidents or
damage to the machine,
it is essential to read these
instructions before it is installed
and used for the first time.
GWOZi
M.-Nr. 06 541 200
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  • Page 1

    Operating instructions

    Built-in coffee machine
    CVA 2660

    To avoid the risk of accidents or
    damage to the machine,
    it is essential to read these
    instructions before it is installed
    and used for the first time.

    GWOZi
    M.-Nr. 06 541 200



  • Page 2

    Contents
    Guide to the machine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
    Caring for the environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
    Warning and Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
    Brief description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
    A brief overview of the controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
    Operating sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
    Left-hand control dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
    Right-hand control dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
    Left-hand display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
    Right-hand display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
    Before using for the first time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
    Switching off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
    Settings: Customising your machine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
    Selecting a language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
    Setting time of day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
    Switching off after a pre-set time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
    Switching on at a pre-set time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
    Switching off at a pre-set time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
    Deleting a set switching on or switching off time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
    Setting the lighting, display contrast and display brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
    Automatic rinsing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
    Steam system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
    Setting the water hardness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
    Displaying the number of cups of coffee already dispensed (INFO) . . . . . . . . . . 28
    Saving different types of coffee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
    Allocating the types of coffee (Allocate type) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
    Setting up user profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
    Setting the user name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32



  • Page 3

    Contents
    Filling the machine with water and coffee capsules. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
    Filling the water tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
    Filling the capsule magazine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
    Taking capsules out of the capsule magazine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
    Making coffee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
    Switching on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
    Before preparing the first drink . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
    Filling the system with water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
    Pre-warming cups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
    Espresso or Coffee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
    Espresso or coffee for a specific user profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
    Cappuccino . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
    Dispensing froth directly into a cup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
    Frothing milk in the milk frother (cappuccinatore) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
    After frothing milk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
    After use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
    Setting the portion sizes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
    Portion size for the standard profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
    Portion size for the different user profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
    System lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
    Cleaning and care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
    Rinsing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
    Water container . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
    Waste container . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
    Drip tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
    Grille with drip tray cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
    Capsule magazine and magazine runners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
    Coffee outlet cover. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
    Interior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
    Capsule plate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56



  • Page 4

    Contents
    Steam valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
    Milk frother (cappuccinatore). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
    Machine front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
    Stainless steel fronts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
    Aluminium fronts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
    Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
    Descaling the machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
    Messages in the right hand display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
    Problem solving guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
    After Sales Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
    Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
    Electrical connection U.K. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
    Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
    Building-in options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
    Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
    Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84



  • Page 5

    Guide to the machine
    External view

    a Left display
    b Left-hand control dial
    c Right-hand control dial
    d Right display
    e Upper door handle for use when built-in at a lower level, e.g. at worktop height
    f Lower door handle for use when built-in at a higher level, e.g. in a tall unit
    g Plastic grille
    h Metal drip tray cover
    i Spout
    j Inset for cappuccinatore (milk frother)
    k Valve for steam and hot water

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  • Page 6

    Guide to the machine
    Interior view

    l Master switch
    m Capsule plate (replaced by the descaling funnel when descaling is carried out)
    n Brew unit
    o Capsule magazine
    p Magazine runners
    q Water container
    r Drip tray with grid
    s Waste container

    Coffee glossary
    There is a glossary of coffee terms at the end of this instruction book.

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  • Page 7

    Caring for the environment
    Disposal of the packing
    material

    Disposal of your old appliance
    or machine

    The transport and protective packing
    has been selected from materials which
    are environmentally friendly for disposal
    and can normally be recycled.

    Electrical and electronic appliances /
    machines often contain materials
    which, if handled or disposed of
    incorrectly, could be potentially
    hazardous to human health and to the
    environment. They are, however,
    essential for the correct functioning of
    your appliance or machine. Please do
    not therefore dispose of it with your
    household waste.

    Ensure that any plastic wrappings,
    bags etc. are disposed of safely and
    kept out of the reach of babies and
    young children. Danger of suffocation.
    Rather than just throwing these
    materials away, please ensure that they
    are recycled.

    Please dispose of it at your local
    community waste collection / recycling
    centre and ensure that it presents no
    danger to children while being stored
    for disposal.
    It should be unplugged or
    disconnected from the mains electricity
    supply by a competent person. The
    plug must be rendered useless and the
    cable cut off directly behind it to
    prevent misuse. See the "Warning and
    Safety" section of this booklet for further
    details.

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  • Page 8

    Warning and Safety instructions
    Technical safety
    This machine complies with all
    relevant local and national safety
    requirements. Improper use can,
    however, present a risk of both
    personal injury and material
    damage.
    To avoid the risk of accidents or
    damage to the machine it is
    essential to read these instructions
    before it is installed or used for the
    first time. They contain important
    notes on installation, safety,
    operation and care of the machine.
    This machine is not a toy! To avoid
    the risk of injury, do not allow
    children to play on or near it, or to
    play with the controls. Supervise its
    use by the elderly and infirm.
    Keep these operating instructions in
    a safe place and pass them on to
    any future user.

    Correct use
    The machine is intended for
    domestic use only for the
    preparation of espresso, cappuccino
    and coffee. Any other usage is not
    supported by the manufacturer and
    could be dangerous. The manufacturer
    cannot be held liable for damage
    caused by incorrect or improper use of
    the machine.

    To avoid the risk of damage to the
    machine, make sure that the rating
    on the data plate corresponds to the
    voltage and frequency of the household
    supply, before connecting it to the
    mains supply. Consult a qualified
    electrician if in any doubt.
    The electrical safety of this
    machine can only be guaranteed
    when continuity is complete between it
    and an effective earthing system, which
    complies with local and national safety
    regulations. It is most important that this
    basic safety requirement is present and
    regularly tested, and where there is any
    doubt the household wiring system
    should be inspected by a qualified
    electrician.
    The manufacturer cannot be held liable
    for the consequences of an inadequate
    earthing system (e.g. electric shock).
    The machine must be built in
    before operation to ensure that no
    electrical components are accessible.
    Ensure power is not supplied to the
    machine until installation, repair work or
    maintenance work has been carried
    out.
    Do not connect the machine to the
    mains electricity supply by an
    extension lead.
    Extension leads do not guarantee the
    required safety of the machine (e.g.
    danger of overheating).
    When installed in the mobile unit
    (optional extra), the machine is not
    suitable for use in the open air.

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  • Page 9

    Warning and Safety instructions
    This equipment is not designed for
    maritime use or for use in mobile
    installations such as caravans, aircraft
    etc. However it may be suitable for
    such usage subject to a risk
    assessment of the installation being
    carried out by a suitably qualified
    engineer.
    Installation work and repairs may
    only be carried out by suitably
    qualified and competent persons in
    accordance with local and national
    safety regulations. Repairs and other
    work by unqualified persons could be
    dangerous and the manufacturer will
    not be held liable.
    The machine is only completely
    isolated from the electricity supply
    when:
    – the mains fuse is withdrawn
    – or the screw-out fuse is removed (in
    countries where this is applicable)
    – or it is switched off at the wall socket
    and the the plug is removed. (Pull on
    the plug, not the cable).
    Never open the housing of the
    machine. Tampering with electrical
    connections or components and
    mechanical parts is highly dangerous
    to the user and can cause operational
    faults or electric shock.
    If the machine is to be built in
    above another machine, there must
    be a full-width, closed shelf between
    them (except when it is combined with
    a Miele built-in plate warming drawer).

    In countries where there are areas
    which may be subject to infestation
    by cockroaches or other vermin, pay
    particular attention to keeping the
    machine and its surroundings in a
    clean condition at all times. Any
    damage caused by cockroaches or
    other vermin will not be covered by the
    guarantee.

    Use
    Warning. Danger of scalding. The
    liquids dispensed are very hot.
    Keep children away from the
    machine at all times, and supervise
    them when you are using it. Their skin is
    very sensitive and reacts to hot
    temperatures. Danger of scalding.
    Remember that coffee and espresso
    are not suitable drinks for children.
    Do not reach into the brew unit
    when the machine is connected to
    the electricity supply. Danger of injury.
    Before making your first drink of
    the day it is important to rinse the
    machine through and make sure that
    the steam spout and milk frother are
    thoroughly clean before using them.
    Only cold, fresh drinking water
    should be used to fill the water
    container. Warm or hot water or other
    liquids could damage the machine.
    Change the water every day to prevent
    a build up of bacteria.
    Do not on any account use mineral
    water. Mineral water will cause
    serious limescale deposits to build up
    in your machine and damage it.
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  • Page 10

    Warning and Safety instructions
    Never put anything other than
    Nespresso coffee capsules in the
    capsule magazine. Other
    manufacturer’s capsules etc. would
    damage the machine.

    Only use the descaling tablets
    supplied by Miele and follow the
    instructions on the packet carefully. Use
    the exact proportions recommended to
    avoid damage to the machine.

    The coffee capsules must be intact
    before use. Do not use coffee
    capsules which are damaged, broken
    or dented. These could become
    jammed in the machine and damage it.

    How quickly the capsule plate
    becomes soiled will depend on the
    natural oils in the coffee used. We
    recommend that you clean the capsule
    plate every 1 to 2 months with a
    cleaning tablet.

    Never place a drink with ignited
    alcohol under the spout of the
    coffee machine. The flames could melt
    plastic components and cause fire
    damage.
    The hot water and steam could
    cause scalding. Be very careful
    when using these functions. Make sure
    you do not come into contact with hot
    steam or hot water. The machine must
    never be used for cleaning objects.
    Do not use steam cleaning
    apparatus to clean this machine.
    Pressurised steam could reach the
    electrical components and cause a
    short circuit.
    Clean the machine every day to
    prevent a build-up of bacteria.
    The machine should be descaled
    regularly, depending on the
    hardness of the water, with the
    descaling tablets supplied. The harder
    the water, the more often the machine
    must be descaled. The manufacturer
    cannot be held liable for damage
    arising from insufficient descaling.

    10

    Never swing from or hang anything
    on the front when it is open as this
    could damage the machine.

    Disposal of your old machine
    Before throwing an old machine
    away, switch it off and disconnect it
    from the power supply. Cut off the cable
    directly behind it, then cut off the plug
    and render it useless to prevent misuse.

    The manufacturer cannot be held
    liable for damage caused by
    non-compliance with these Warning
    and Safety instructions.



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    Brief description
    The capsule magazine can hold up to
    20 coffee capsules. These 20 coffee
    capsules are divided between 5
    chambers. This means that the capsule
    magazine can be filled with 5 different
    types of coffee. These 5 different types
    are programmed into the machine so
    that the type required can be selected
    from the display.
    If the machine is used by various
    people with different tastes and
    preferences, you can programme
    specific settings for up to four
    individual users.
    There is no need to remove each
    individual spent capsule as the used
    coffee capsules drop down
    automatically into a waste container.
    The coffee capsules can be disposed
    of with your normal household waste.
    The size of cup can be programmed in
    so that the correct amount is
    dispensed. If you decide to use a
    smaller cup than the programmed cup
    size, preparation can be halted at any
    time by pressing the right-hand control
    dial.
    If a double portion of coffee or
    espresso is required, a double portion
    can be selected. The machine will
    then prepare two portions one after the
    other.

    The hot water function is ideal for
    pre-warming the cups.
    The machine features a system lock to
    prevent children from operating it.
    The easy-to-use programming facility
    allows, amongst other things, the
    language in the display to be changed
    and the water hardness to be
    programmed in.
    To ensure that the flavour can develop
    fully and be maintained for longer, the
    machine has an additional function for
    automatically rinsing the system
    when the machine is cold. The same
    function is used to flush coffee remains
    out of the system and the spout after
    use.
    The machine can be programmed to
    switch to stand-by mode so it is always
    ready for operation but does not
    consume unnecessary electricity. This
    can be programmed to happen
    between 20 minutes and 2 hours after
    coffee was last dispensed. It is
    therefore important to set the correct
    time of day.
    You can also programme the machine
    to switch on and off at a particular
    time every day.

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  • Page 12

    A brief overview of the controls
    Operating sequence
    The following notes should help you get to know your coffee
    machine before starting to use it.

    Left-hand control dial
    The dial can be pressed and turned.
    Pressing the dial:
    – Switches the machine on and off.
    Turning the dial:
    – Selects a programme option or setting.

    Right-hand control dial
    This dial can also be pressed and turned.
    Turning the dial:
    – Calls up a programme option or a setting.
    Pressing the dial:
    – Starts and stops drink preparation.
    – Selects a programme option so that it can be altered and
    customised.
    – Saves a setting in memory when the machine is switched
    off.

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  • Page 13

    A brief overview of the controls
    Left-hand display
    COSI
    K1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    L

    o

    n

    G

    k

    C

    The basics are shown in the left-hand display, such as
    – Drink selection: Up to 5 different coffee types K, Steam L
    and Hot water o.
    – The user profile n for up to 4 different users.
    – Important maintenance programmes: Rinsing G and
    Descaling k.
    – Selection of: Settings C.

    Right-hand display
    The right-hand display is used to
    – Select an espresso or long coffee.
    – Show you what is taking place at that moment,
    e.g. heating-up.
    – Prompt you to do something, e.g. Close the door.
    It is also used for selecting individual settings and
    information, such as
    LANGUAGE
    F

    Y K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

    Language F, Timer m, Allocation of coffee type K, User
    name n, Programming I, Tally of number of coffee portions
    already dispensed I, Maintenance J and Resetting to the
    original factory default settings Z.
    The option currently selected will be highlighted in the
    display.

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  • Page 14

    A brief overview of the controls
    Before using for the first time
    Before using the machine for the first time ensure that it is
    correctly installed and connected (see "Electrical
    connection and Installation").
    If the machine is being switched on for the first time, a
    welcome screen and some other messages will appear in the
    right-hand display. The welcome screen will be displayed
    each time the machine is switched on until 5 drinks (includes
    steam) have been prepared.
    To switch the machine on:
    ^ Press the left-hand dial.
    COSI
    K1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    L

    o

    n

    G

    k

    C

    The left-hand display will light up.
    The welcome screen will appear in the right-hand display:

    Míele
    Willkommen!

    You will then be prompted to select a language:
    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until the language you want
    appears in the display.
    ^ Then press the right-hand dial.
    Your chosen language is now set.
    Follow the messages which now appear in the right-hand
    display and you will hear the capsule magazine moving into
    position. Wait until the following appears in the right-hand
    display:
    ESPRESSO
    q

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    A brief overview of the controls
    To get the best out of your coffee machine, and to
    set it up for your specific requirements please
    continue to work through these operating
    instructions.

    Switching off
    To switch the machine off:
    ^ Press the left-hand dial for approx. 2 seconds until the
    displays go dark.
    If the automatic rinsing function is switched on, both
    displays will go out when you switch off. If the machine
    had been used for making coffee it will then start the
    rinsing process. A message will appear in the right-hand
    display to let you know that this is happening. When the
    rinsing process has finished it will switch off automatically.

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    Settings: Customising your machine
    It is easy to customise your machine to suit your exact
    requirements. The following settings are available:
    Language: German, English (GB), English (USA), French,
    Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Turkish, Swedish,
    Norwegian, Danish, Finish, Greek, Polish, Russian, Czech
    and Hungarian.
    Timer
    – Setting the Time of day
    – Switch off after: The machine can be set to switch off after
    a pre-set time. A time of between 20 minutes to 2 hours
    can be set.
    – Switch on at: The machine can be set to switch on at a
    specific time of day.
    – Switch off at: The machine can be set to switch off at a
    specific time of day.
    Programming
    – Lighting: Brightness of the indirect lighting.
    – Automatic rinsing: On, Off
    – Steam system: On, Off
    – Water hardness: Soft, medium, hard, very hard
    – Display Contrast: Brighter to dimmer
    – Display Brightness: Brighter to dimmer
    INFO Number of coffee portions
    Factory default Resets the machine to its factory default
    settings.

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    Settings: Customising your machine
    Selecting a language
    The language should be selected before the machine is used
    for the first time so that all display text will be in your own
    language.
    SETTINGS
    K 1

    2

    3

    F
    4

    5

    L

    o

    n

    G

    k

    C

    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the "Settings" menu.
    LANGUAGE
    F

    Y K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

    The language symbol will be highlighted in the right-hand
    display.
    ^ Press the right-hand dial to select the languages
    programme option.
    LANGUAGE
    deutsch B

    ~

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until the language you want
    appears in the display.
    A tick will appear to show which language has been set.
    The following languages can be selected:
    German, English (GB), English (USA), French, Dutch, Italian,
    Spanish, Portuguese, Turkish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish,
    Finish, Greek, Polish, Russian, Czech and Hungarian.
    ^ Press the right-hand dial to select the language you want.
    The setting is saved automatically and the display will go
    back to the previous screen.
    All display texts will now appear in the language you have
    just selected.

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    Settings: Customising your machine
    Setting time of day
    SETTINGS
    K 1

    2

    3

    F
    4

    5

    L

    o

    n

    G

    k

    C

    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the "Settings" menu.
    LANGUAGE
    F

    Y K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

    The language symbol will be highlighted in the right-hand
    display.
    TIMES
    F

    Y K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until the clock symbol is highlighted
    and then press the dial to confirm your selection.
    TIME OF DAY
    Y o

    A

    ^ Press the right-hand dial again.
    TIME OF DAY
    ~

    24h - Clock B

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until the option you want is
    highlighted and then press the dial to confirm your
    selection.
    TIME OF DAY
    12:

    00

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial to set the hour and then press the
    dial to confirm your selection.
    TIME OF DAY
    12:

    00

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial to set the minutes and then press
    the dial to confirm your selection.

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    Settings: Customising your machine
    TIMES
    Y o

    f

    r

    A

    The setting is saved automatically and the display will go
    back to the previous screen which has now been updated.

    Switching off after a pre-set time
    To prevent the machine using unnecessary electricity when it
    is not being used it can be set to switch off automatically. This
    is done using the "Switch off after" option. A time of between
    20 minutes to 2 hours can be set. This time is measured from
    the last time a drink was dispensed.
    SETTINGS
    K 1

    2

    3

    F
    4

    5

    L

    o

    n

    G

    k

    C

    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the "Settings" menu.
    LANGUAGE
    F

    Y K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

    The language symbol will be highlighted in the right-hand
    display.
    TIMES
    F

    Y K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until the clock symbol is highlighted
    and then press the dial to confirm your selection.
    SWITCH OFF AFTER
    Y

    A

    o

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until "Switch off after" is reached
    and then press the dial to confirm your selection.
    SWITCH OFF AFTER
    02:00

    ^ Keep turning the right-hand dial until the switch off time you
    want is set.
    ^ Press the right-hand dial.

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    Settings: Customising your machine
    The setting is saved automatically and the display will go
    back to the previous screen.
    If rinsing is set to "On" and machine had been used for
    making drinks, it will automatically carry out a brief rinse
    before it switches itself off.

    Switching on at a pre-set time
    You can choose a time for the coffee machine to switch on
    automatically, e.g. in the morning for breakfast. Before you
    can do this, you must first make sure that the current time of
    day has been set.
    SETTINGS
    K 1

    2

    3

    F
    4

    5

    L

    o

    n

    G

    k

    C

    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the "Settings" menu.
    TIMES
    F

    Y K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until the clock symbol is highlighted
    and then press the dial to confirm your selection.
    SWITCH ON AT
    m

    o

    f

    r

    A

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until "Switch on at" is reached (this
    will only appear if the time of day has been set) and then
    press the dial to confirm your selection.
    SWITCH ON AT
    __:__

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial to set the hour and then press the
    dial to confirm your selection.
    ^ Turn the right-hand dial to set the minutes and then press
    the dial to confirm your selection.
    The display will then go back to the previous screen. The
    machine will now switch itself on automatically at the pre-set
    time.

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    Settings: Customising your machine
    If rinsing is set to "On", the machine will automatically
    carry out a brief rinse when it switches itself on.
    If the machine has switched itself on automatically 3 times
    and no drinks, hot water or steam have been displensed
    the machine will not switch itself on again automatically!
    The programmed times will, however, remain in memory
    and can be reactivated after manually switching the
    machine on again. This prevents the machine switching
    itself on unnecessarily, for example whilst you are away on
    holiday, and you have not cancelled the automatic
    switching on procedure.

    Switching off at a pre-set time
    If you always use your machine at a particular time of the day
    you can set it to switch off automatically at a specific time.
    Before you can do this, you must first make sure that the
    current time of day has been set.
    SETTINGS
    K 1

    2

    3

    F
    4

    5

    L

    o

    n

    G

    k

    C

    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the "Settings" menu.
    TIMES
    F

    Y K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until the clock symbol is highlighted
    and then press the dial to confirm your selection.
    SWITCH OFF AT
    Y

    o

    f

    r

    A

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until "Switch off at" is reached (this
    will only appear if the time of day has been set) and then
    press the dial to confirm your selection
    SWITCH OFF AT
    __:__

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial to set the hour and then press the
    dial to confirm your selection.
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    Settings: Customising your machine
    ^ Turn the right-hand dial to set the minutes and then press
    the dial to confirm your selection.
    The display will then go back to the previous screen. The
    machine will now switch itself off automatically at the pre-set
    time.
    If rinsing is set to "On" and machine had been used for
    making drinks, it will automatically carry out a brief rinse
    before it switches itself off.

    Deleting a set switching on or switching off time
    If you no longer want the machine to switch on or off at a
    particular time automatically repeat the steps given above as
    far as the piont at which you set the time. Then use the
    right-hand dial to set the minutes to 00 and keep turning it
    until only bars show in the 2nd line of the display for the
    hours. Then press the right hand dial.

    Setting the lighting, display contrast and display brightness
    You can adjust the brightness of the lighting, as well as the
    display contrast and brightness.
    SETTINGS
    K 1

    2

    3

    F
    4

    5

    L

    o

    n

    G

    k

    C

    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the "Settings" menu.
    PROGRAMMING
    F

    Y K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until the "Programming" symbol is
    highlighted and then press the dial to confirm your
    selection.
    LIGHTING
    n IA

    M

    T

    U

    N

    A

    ^ Turn the right hand dial to highlight the option you wish
    to adjust:
    Lighting n, Display Contrast U, Display Brightness N.
    ^ Press the right hand dial to call up the settings.
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    Settings: Customising your machine
    ^ A bar will appear. Turning the right-hand dial
    anti-clockwise will make the bar smaller and decrease the
    lighting, contrast or brightness.
    Turning the right-hand dial clockwise will make the bar
    bigger and increase the lighting, contrast or brightness.
    ^ Press the right-hand dial to save your setting.
    The previous display menu will now appear and the A
    symbol for "Back" will be highlighted in the display.
    ^ Press the right-hand dial again to reach the exit menu of
    this display.
    PROGRAMMING
    F

    Y K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

    Automatic rinsing
    To remove any coffee grounds from the system, the water
    piping must be rinsed through before the first drink of the day
    is prepared. If programme option "Automatic rinsing" is set to
    "On", rinsing will start automatically when the machine is
    switched on and cold. This will also pre-heat the system
    because hot water is used for the rinse process. A message
    will appear in the display to let you know what is happening.
    The machine will also run an automatic rinse before it
    switches off, if it has been used to prepare a drink.
    To prevent water from running into the drip tray
    always place an empty cup under the spouts
    before making the first drink.
    SETTINGS
    K 1

    2

    3

    F
    4

    5

    L

    o

    n

    G

    k

    C

    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the "Settings" menu.
    PROGRAMMING
    F

    Y K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until the "Programming" symbol is
    highlighted and then press the dial to confirm your
    selection.

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    Settings: Customising your machine
    AUTOMATIC RINSING
    n

    IA

    M

    T

    U

    N

    A

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial to the "Automatic Rinsing" option
    and then press the dial to call up the settings.
    AUTOMATIC RINSING
    ~

    on B

    ^ Press the right-hand dial to select "on" or "off".
    A tick will appear as confirmation of the current setting.
    It is a good idea to set this option to "on" so that
    the rinse process cannot be forgotten.
    ^ Press the right-hand dial to save your setting.
    The exit menu will now appear with the A symbol for "Back"
    highlighted.
    ^ Press the right-hand dial again to reach the exit menu of
    this display.
    PROGRAMMING
    F

    Y K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

    Steam system
    The machine has two heating systems which allow you to
    dispense steam and coffee at the same time. To save energy,
    the steam system can be switched off if steam is not required
    all the time.
    When the steam system is switched off, the
    machine can still be used to make steam, but not
    at the same time as making coffee or espresso.
    If you operate the steam valve when the steam system is
    switched off the machine will not produce steam until it
    has heated itself up.
    The steam heating system remains active as long as the
    machine is still on.

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    Settings: Customising your machine
    SETTINGS
    K 1

    2

    3

    F
    4

    5

    L

    o

    n

    G

    k

    C

    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the "Settings" menu.
    PROGRAMMING
    F

    Y K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until the "Programming" symbol is
    highlighted and then press the dial to confirm your
    selection.
    STEAM SYSTEM
    n IA

    M

    T

    U

    N

    A

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial to the "Steam System" option and
    then press the dial to call up the settings.
    STEAM SYSTEM
    ~

    on B

    ^ Press the right-hand dial to select "on" or "off".
    A tick will appear as confirmation of the current setting.
    ^ Press the right-hand dial to save your setting.
    The previous display will now appear with the Asymbol for
    "Back" highlighted.
    ^ Press the right-hand dial again to reach the exit menu of
    this display.
    PROGRAMMING
    F

    Y K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

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    Settings: Customising your machine
    Setting the water hardness
    For trouble-free operation of the coffee machine, and to
    ensure that the descaling reminder appears in the right
    display at the appropriate time, it is important to programme
    the machine for the water hardness level in your area. The
    water hardness level indicates how much calcium is
    dissolved in the water. The higher the calcium content, the
    harder the water, and the harder the water, the more often the
    machine will need to be descaled.
    The machine measures the amount of water which has been
    taken in (including the amount required for producing steam).
    The amount of water which the machine can use before it
    needs to be descaled will depend on the water hardness
    level set. Less water will be used in hard water areas than in
    soft water areas.
    Your local water authority will be able to tell you the hardness
    of water in your area. Alternatively, you can measure the
    hardness yourself using the enclosed test strip:

    ^ Dip the strip in your drinking water for approximately a
    second, then shake off any excess water.
    The results will be evident after about 1 minute.
    If the water is harder than 40 °d / 7.0 mmol/l, limescale will
    build up more rapidy than with soft water. Descaling will
    need to be carried out more regularly than stated to
    prevent limescale damage to the machine.
    Use programming option "Water hardness" to programme in
    your water hardness level.
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    Settings: Customising your machine
    There are four programmable levels:
    °d

    Hardness
    level
    (local water)

    Setting
    (in the
    machine)

    mmol/l

    Water
    through-flow
    in litres

    Hardness 1

    1 (soft)

    0-3

    0 - 0.6

    approx. 200

    Hardness 2

    1 (soft)

    4-7

    0.7 - 1.3

    approx. 130

    Hardness 3

    2 (medium)

    7 - 14

    1.3 - 2.5

    approx. 90

    Hardness 4

    3 (hard)
    4 (very hard)

    14 - 21
    above 21

    2.5 - 3.8
    above 3.8

    approx. 60

    SETTINGS
    K 1

    2

    3

    F
    4

    5

    L

    o

    n

    G

    k

    C

    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the "Settings" menu.
    PROGRAMMING
    F

    Y K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until the "Programming" symbol is
    highlighted and then press the dial to confirm your
    selection.
    WATER HARDNESS
    n IA

    M

    T

    U

    N

    A

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial to the "Water hardness" option and
    then press the dial to call up the settings.
    WATER HARDNESS
    very hard - 4 B

    ~

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial to set the water hardness level you
    require.
    A tick will appear as confirmation of the current setting.
    ^ Press the right-hand dial to save your setting.
    The exit menu will now appear with the A symbol for "Back"
    highlighted.

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    Settings: Customising your machine
    ^ Press the right-hand dial again to reach the exit menu of
    this display.

    Displaying the number of cups of coffee already dispensed
    (INFO)
    When you select the programme option "Info", the number of
    drinks (espresso, coffee, double espresso / coffee) that have
    been dispensed to date will be displayed.
    SETTINGS
    K 1

    2

    3

    F
    4

    5

    L

    o

    n

    G

    k

    C

    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the "Settings" menu.
    INFO
    F

    Y K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until the symbol for "Info" symbol is
    highlighted and then press the dial.
    The number of coffee portions already dispensed will appear
    in the display.
    ^ Press the right-hand dial to reach the exit menu for this
    display.

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    Saving different types of coffee
    There are 12 different types of Nespresso coffee available for
    use in this machine (as well as occasional "special" brands).
    They vary in terms of taste, aroma and how they are roasted.
    Preparation time also affects the taste.

    Allocating the types of coffee (Allocate type)
    You can store five different types of coffee in this machine
    (e.g. for five different users with different tastes). There are
    five chambers. Make sure you put the different types of coffee
    in the correct chambers. You can fill all the chambers with the
    same type of coffee, if wished.
    SETTINGS
    K 1

    2

    3

    F
    4

    5

    L

    o

    n

    G

    k

    C

    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the "Settings" menu.
    ALLOCATE TYPE
    F

    Y

    K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until the "Allocate type" symbol is
    highlighted and then press the dial.
    TYPE COSI
    K 1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    A

    The type of coffee will appear in the top line and the
    number of the chamber will appear in the bottom line.
    If a coffee type has not yet been allocated to the
    chamber, the top line of the display will show:
    empty.
    If a coffee type has already been allocated to the chamber,
    the name of the coffee type will appear in the top line.
    Some coffee types have already been entered into the
    machine as default factory settings. You can either accept
    these or change them.
    It is best to take the capsule magazine out of the machine so
    that you can see which type of coffee you have put into each
    chamber more easily.

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    Saving different types of coffee
    TYPE ARPEGGIO
    K

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    A

    ^ Turn the dial to the chamber you want and then press it to
    confirm your selection.
    Allocating different types
    CHAMBER 5
    ~

    ARPEGGIO B

    ^ Turn the dial to a different type and press it to allocate the
    type chosen to this chamber.
    Entering a new type
    CHAMBER 5
    ~

    save as

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial to "Save as" if no type has yet been
    entered or if you want to enter a type which has not yet
    been saved (or if you want to enter your own particular
    name for the type).
    ^ Press the right-hand dial.
    CHAMBER 5 ...........
    A B

    C D

    E

    F

    G

    H

    I

    ~

    The alphabet will appear. When you turn the dial further to
    the right, the remainder of the alphabet will appear,
    followed by the numbers 0 to 9.
    To enter text:
    ^ Turn the right-hand dial to the first character and then press
    it to confirm your selection.
    The character selected will appear in the top line.
    ^ Now select the next character and continue until you have
    entered the name you want.

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    Saving different types of coffee
    If you make a mistake, turn the dial until "delete"
    appears in the display. Then press the dial and
    the last character you entered will be deleted.
    Then turn the dial back to the left to reach the alphabet again
    and complete your entry.
    Saving an entry
    CHAMBER 5
    +

    TEST...

    OK

    ~

    ^ When you have made your entry, turn the dial until "OK"
    appears in the display.
    ^ Press the right-hand dial.
    The exit menu will now appear with the last chamber selected
    highlighted.
    To leave this option:
    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until the A symbol for "Back" is
    highlighted and
    ^ then press the right-hand dial.
    Not saving an entry
    If you do not want to save your entry:
    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until "Back" appears in the display.
    If you press the dial now, your entry will not be saved.

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    Setting up user profiles
    Setting the user name
    To cater for different tastes and preferences, you can enter up
    to 4 individual user profiles and also allocate different portion
    sizes to them (see "Setting the portion sizes").
    SETTINGS
    K 1

    2

    3

    F
    4

    5

    L

    o

    n

    G

    k

    C

    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the "Settings" menu.
    USER NAME
    F

    Y K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until the "User name" symbol is
    highlighted and then press the dial.
    USER 2
    n

    1

    2

    3

    4

    A

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial to the number you want and press
    the dial to enter the user’s name.
    USER NAME ...........
    A B

    C D

    E

    F

    G

    H

    I

    ~

    The alphabet will appear. When you turn the dial further to
    the right, the remainder of the alphabet will appear,
    followed by the numbers 0 to 9.
    To enter text:
    ^ Turn the right-hand dial to the first letter or a number, and
    then press it to confirm your selection.
    The letter selected will appear in the top line.
    ^ Now select the next letter and continue until you have
    entered the name you want.

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    Setting up user profiles
    If you make a mistake, turn the dial until "delete"
    appears in the display. Then press the dial and
    the last letter you entered will be deleted. Then
    turn the dial back to the left to reach the alphabet again and
    complete your entry.
    Saving an entry
    USER TEST...
    +

    OK

    ~

    ^ When you have made your entry, turn the dial until "OK"
    appears in the display.
    ^ Then press the right-hand dial.
    The exit menu will now appear with the A symbol for "Back"
    highlighted.
    ^ Press the right-hand dial again to reach the exit menu of
    this display.
    Not saving an entry
    If you do not want to save your entry:
    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until "Back" appears in the display.
    If you press the dial now, your entry will not be saved.

    See also "Setting the portion sizes for different user
    profiles" for customising your settings.

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    Filling the machine with water and coffee capsules
    Please clean the machine thoroughly before filling the
    water container and the capsule magazine (see "Cleaning
    and care").

    Filling the water tank
    The quality of the water plays an important part in
    the overall quality of the coffee. The water
    container should therefore be emptied and filled
    with fresh water every day.
    Hot water and other liquids could damage the machine.
    Use cold, clean drinking water and fill the machine every
    day. Do not on any account use mineral water. Mineral
    water will cause serious limescale deposits to build up in
    your machine and damage it.

    ^ Open the front of the machine.

    ^ Lift the water container up and pull it forwards to remove it.

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    Filling the machine with water and coffee capsules
    ^ Fill the water container with cold, clean drinking water up to
    the "Max." level.
    A valve at the front of the water container will ensure that
    water cannot escape.
    ^ Push the water container fully back into the machine.

    Filling the capsule magazine
    Never put anything other than Nespresso coffee capsules
    in the capsule magazine.
    Do not use coffee capsules which are damaged, broken or
    dented. They can get stuck in the machine.
    The capsule magazine has five chambers, each
    holding four capsules. It is important to allocate
    the chambers correctly (see "Allocating type").
    You can fill all the chambers with the same type of coffee, if
    wished.
    Some of the chambers are allocated a type of coffee at the
    factory. Fill the chambers with the appropriate type of coffee
    or re-allocate the chamber for a different type of coffee (see
    "Saving different coffee types"). The machine will then
    dispense the type of coffee you select!

    ^ Pull the magazine runners a out as far as possible.
    ^ Fill the chambers c in the capsule magazine b with
    capsules. Make sure you put them in correctly with the foil
    facing downwards. You can take the capsule magazine out
    to fill it by lifting it upwards.

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    Filling the machine with water and coffee capsules
    Please note that the individual capsules sit loosely in the
    capsule magazine to prevent them from becoming
    jammed.
    ^ If you have removed the capsule magazine, place it onto
    the magazine runners before putting it back into the
    machine. You do not have to position it in a particular way,
    as the machine will automatically guide it into position.
    ^ Push the magazine runners fully back into the machine.
    ^ Close the front of the machine.
    The machine will now align the capsule magazine. You will
    be able to hear this happening.

    Taking capsules out of the capsule magazine
    If you want to change the capsules in the magazine:
    ^ Pull the magazine runners out.
    ^ Pull the capsule magazine upwards to remove it.
    ^ Push upwards on the ring at the base of the magazine and
    then remove the capsules.

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    Making coffee
    Important: the water piping must be rinsed through every
    day and the machine cleaned thoroughly before the first
    drink of coffee is prepared. This will take place
    automatically if the Rinsing programme option has been
    set to "On" and the machine is cold. Hot water will run out
    of the spout into the drip tray once the machine has
    heated up.
    If the Rinsing programme option has been set to "Off",
    select "Rinsing" from the left display to rinse out the system
    (see "Cleaning and care").

    Switching on
    To switch the machine on:
    ^ Press the left hand dial.
    COSI
    K1

    2

    3

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    The left-hand display will light up.
    The following message will appear briefly in the right-hand
    display:
    Please fill with
    fresh water

    This is a reminder to fill the water container with fresh water.
    The following message will then appear:
    Heating-up Please wait

    If the automatic rinsing programme option has been set to
    "On" (factory default setting), the following will appear after
    the machine has heated up:
    Rinsing in progress - please wait

    Water will run out of the spout.
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    Making coffee
    You will hear the capsule magazine moving into position.
    The right-hand display will then show:
    ESPRESSO
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    Before preparing the first drink
    Filling the system with water
    The machine is emptied completely before it leaves the
    factory. You must allow water to be pumped through the
    system before the first drink of coffee or hot water is
    prepared.
    HOT WATER
    K 1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    L

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    ^ Turn the left hand dial until you reach the "Hot water" menu
    option.
    ^ Place a cup under the steam valve.
    ^ Press the right-hand dial.
    ^ Run some hot water into the cup.
    ^ Press the right-hand dial again to switch off the water.
    ^ Press the steam valve down, and push it up again as soon
    as steam begins to come out of the nozzle.
    The system is now filled with water, and the machine is ready
    to use.

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    Making coffee
    Pre-warming cups
    The cups should always be pre-warmed to allow the flavour
    to develop and be retained. Use a Miele plate warming
    drawer if you have one. The aroma of espresso does not
    react well to cold. The smaller the volume of coffee/espresso,
    the more important it is to pre-warm the cup.
    ^ Place the cup you want to pre-warm unter the valve for hot
    water and steam.
    HOT WATER
    K 1

    2

    3

    4

    5

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    ^ Turn the left hand dial until you reach the "Hot water" option.
    ^ Press the right-hand dial.
    ^ Run a little hot water into the cup to warm it.
    ^ Press the right-hand dial again to switch off the water.
    ^ Leave the cup for about a minute until it is warm, then pour
    the water away.

    Espresso or Coffee
    You can determine the portion size for espresso,
    double espresso, coffee and double coffee (see
    "Setting the portion size"). The portion sizes can
    be altered to suit individual tastes.
    Espresso, coffee, double espresso and double coffees are all
    dispensed in the same way:
    ^ Place a cup under the spout.
    COSI
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    2

    3

    4

    5

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    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the type of coffee you
    want.
    ESPRESSO
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    ^ Turn the right-hand dial to the required size of coffee and
    then press the dial.
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    The drink you want will then run out of the spout.
    If you select a double espresso or coffee, two portions will be
    dispensed one after the other.
    Cancelling preparation
    ^ Press the right-hand dial.
    Preparation will be halted.

    Espresso or coffee for a specific user profile
    If you have set the machine up for a specific user profile you
    must first select the user required and then the type of drink.
    PROFILE
    K 1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    L

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    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the "Profile" menu.
    USER TEST
    -><-

    n

    1

    2

    3

    4

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until the required user name is
    reached and then press the dial.
    The n symbol will appear in the top right hand
    side of the left-hand display to show that a user
    profile has been selected.
    ^ Place a cup under the spout.
    COSI
    K1

    n
    2

    3

    4

    5

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    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the type of coffee you
    want.
    ESPRESSO
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    ^ Turn the right-hand dial to the required size of coffee and
    then press the dial.
    The drink you want will then run out of the spout.

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    Making coffee
    Cancelling preparation
    ^ Press the right-hand dial.
    Preparation will be halted.

    Cappuccino
    This machine comes with a milk frother (cappuccinatore).
    With a little practice you will soon be able to make
    cappuccino like the professionals.
    Before using the milk frother for the first time, make sure
    you have cleaned it out properly. This is best done in the
    dishwasher (see "Cleaning and Care").

    The milk frother must always be assembled correctly with dial
    a above the handle and the spout for the froth on the side b.

    ^ Turning the milk frother dial controls the amount of steam
    released. Turn it towards (1) for more heat and less froth
    and towards (2) for more froth.
    Milk can be frothed and dispensed straight into a cup, or
    frothed in the jug first and then poured manually into the cup.
    Frothing milk into the jug gives you warmer froth
    with greater volume.

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    ^ Turn the froth spout to the relevant symbol for the way you
    want to create the froth (Cup 1, Jug 2).
    Froth is best made from cold, skimmed or
    semi-skimmed milk. It is very important to warm
    the cup before pouring in the froth. See
    "Pre-warming cups" for instructions!

    Dispensing froth directly into a cup

    ^ Fill the milk frother a up to the top mark with cold milk, fit
    the lid, and place it in position on the drip tray.
    ^ Place a pre-warmed cup b under the coffee spout.
    ^ Turn the froth spout towards the cup symbol so that the
    frothed milk will be directed into the cup.
    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the type of coffee you
    want.
    ^ Turn the right-hand dial to select the drink size.
    ^ Press the right-hand dial.
    Espresso or coffee will run out of the spout.

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    Making coffee
    You can now wait until the coffee has been dispensed
    before adding the froth, or you can add it at the same time
    as dispensing the coffee, but this method will result in a
    the cappuccino looking too dark. It is also harder to get
    the ratio of coffee to milk right.
    You can only make coffee and froth at the same time if the
    steam system is set up for this. See "Settings: Steam
    system").

    ^ To make the froth press on the steam valve a to connect
    the valve to the milk frother b.
    The steam valve must engage in the lower position in order
    to connect properly with the frother.
    The milk is frothed up by the hot steam, and then flows into
    the cup.
    ^ Turn the dial on the milk frother clockwise as far as it will
    go. As soon as the milk runs smoothly into the cup, turn the
    dial anti-clockwise.
    This raises the temperature and also increases the amount
    of air in the milk. As soon as the milk begins to spatter,
    gradually turn the dial clockwise again until the spattering
    stops.
    Steam release is controlled by a timer. If you do not get
    sufficient froth in your cup and the steam jet has stopped
    releasing steam, please shut off the steam valve. Press it
    downwards again to reconnect it with the milk frother.
    ^ When you have enough froth turn the steam valve back
    upwards again.
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    Making coffee
    The cappuccino is ready. As a finishing touch,
    sprinkle a little cocoa powder over the froth.

    Frothing milk in the milk frother (cappuccinatore)
    ^ Fill the milk frother up to the lower mark with fresh cold
    milk.
    ^ Turn the froth spout to the side to close off the frother.
    ^ Then turn the dial on the lid clockwise to the "lots of froth"
    position.
    HEATING WITH STEAM
    K 1

    2

    3

    4

    5

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    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the "Heating with
    steam" option.

    ^ To make the froth press on the steam valve a to connect
    the valve to the milk frother b.
    The steam valve must engage in the lower position in order
    to connect properly with the frother.
    The milk will then be frothed up in the milk frother. It is ready
    when it has doubled in volume.
    ^ When you have sufficient froth push the steam valve back
    up again.

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    After frothing milk
    If you want to use the milk frother again before
    cleaning it thoroughly, e.g. because there is some
    milk left in the jug, you can use the coffee
    machine to rinse the lid. This will remove any milk deposits.
    Rinsing the lid in this way is not a substitute for cleaning it
    thoroughly in the dishwasher.
    RINSING
    K 1

    2

    3

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    5

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    ^ Turn the left-hand dial to "Rinsing".
    ^ Place an empty cup under the froth spout of the milk
    frother.
    ^ Press the steam valve downwards to connect the valve to
    the milk frother.
    The following message will appear in the right-hand display:
    Rinsing Cappuccinatore

    Hot water will now flow through the lid, giving it a quick rinse.
    The rinsing process will finish automatically.

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    Making coffee
    After use
    Before switching the machine off for any length of
    time, the pipework, brew system, spouts and
    steam valve need to be cleaned.
    If you have switched the automatic rinsing function off, you
    will need to rinse the system through manually. Place a
    suitable container under the spout and the steam valve.
    The right-hand display will let you know whether the machine
    is set up for manual or automatic rinsing.
    RINSING
    K 1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    L

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    ^ Turn the left-hand dial to "Rinsing".
    ^ Press the right-hand dial.
    Water will run out of the spout.
    ^ Open the steam valve.
    Water will run out of the steam valve.
    ^ Close the steam valve a few seconds later.
    The system has now been flushed through and the machine
    can be switched off.

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    Setting the portion sizes
    The flavour of the coffee produced depends on the type of
    coffee, and the quantity of water used. Not all cups are the
    same size. To ensure the machine uses the right amount of
    water to suit your taste and your cups, you can programme in
    the amount to use.
    The coffee portion buttons are designed for the following
    types of coffee:
    The Espresso button dispenses a standard size espresso to
    be served in a standard espresso cup. The amount of water
    for espresso can be set between 30 and 75 ml.
    The Coffee button dispenses coffee for a standard size
    coffee cup. It uses the same quantity of coffee as an
    espresso, but adds more water. The amount of water can be
    set between 30 and 175 ml.
    With double espresso and double coffee two portions of
    espresso or coffee are dispensed one after the other. This
    requires two capsules and twice the amount of water as for a
    single portion.

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    Setting the portion sizes
    Portion size for the standard profile
    Have the correct size of cups ready before you start.
    ^ Place a cup under the spout.
    COSI
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    2

    3

    4

    5

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    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the type of coffee you
    want.
    COFFEE
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    ^ Use the right-hand dial to select the size or type of
    espresso or coffee that you want to programme the amount
    of water for.
    COFFEE

    r
    PROGRAMME THE AMOUNT

    ^ Press and hold the right-hand dial in until "Programme the
    amount" appears in the display.
    ^ Then let go of the dial.
    ^ When you have sufficient hot water in the cup, press the
    right-hand dial again.
    The portion size for this particular drink is now set and stored
    in memory. The volume of water programmed in will now be
    dispensed every time this drink is selected.
    Water flow automatically stops when it reaches the
    maximum amount possible. This amount is then
    memorised for the drink.

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    Setting the portion sizes
    Portion size for the different user profiles
    In addition to the standard profile, you can also set specific
    portion sizes for the four other user profiles.
    PROFILE
    K 1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    L

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    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the "Profile" menu.
    USER TEST
    n -> <- 1

    2

    3

    4

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until the required user name is
    reached, and then press the dial.
    The n symbol will appear in the top right-hand
    side of the left-hand display to show that a user
    profile has been selected.
    Proceed now as for setting portion sizes in the standard
    profile.
    All settings and water quantities will now apply for that user.

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    System lock
    The machine can be locked to ensure that it is not operated
    by unsupervised children or persons who are unacquainted
    with the operating instructions.
    Activating the system lock
    SYSTEM LOCK

    W

    ^ With the machine switched off turn the right-hand dial until
    "System lock" appears in the display.
    ^ Then press the right-hand dial straight away.
    SYSTEM LOCK

    W

    back

    SYSTEM LOCK
    on

    A

    W
    +

    ^ Turn the dial to select "on", and then press it to activate the
    lock.
    The appliance is now locked and cannot dispense. The
    system will remain locked even if the selector is turned to
    other positions. The lighting will remain switched off.
    If you try and operate one of the controls, the word "Locked"
    will appear in the display together with a symbol of a locked
    padlock to let you know that the machine cannot be used.
    De-activating the system lock
    ^ Proceed as described above, but select the "off" setting
    instead of "on".
    The machine is now unlocked and can be used to make
    drinks again.

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    Cleaning and care
    Always allow the machine to cool down before cleaning.
    Danger of scalding.
    Do not clean the machine with a steam cleaner as this will
    damage the machine.
    Never use cleaners containing chlorides, sand, soda or
    scouring agents. These would damage the surface.
    It is important to clean the machine regularly, as coffee
    remains will soon go mouldy.
    With the exception of the plastic grille and the capsule plate,
    all removable parts can be cleaned in a dishwasher. If the
    parts are cleaned frequently in a dishwasher, they can
    become discoloured from regular contact with food residues
    (e.g. tomatoes) in the dishwasher.

    Rinsing
    If you have set the automatic rinsing function to "off" because
    you do not want the machine to rinse the piping and brewing
    system automatically, you will need to rinse the system
    through manually. This needs to be done before making the
    first drink of the day and also after making the last drink of the
    day. Place a suitable container under the spout and the
    steam valve.
    The right-hand display will let you know whether
    the machine is set up for manual or automatic
    rinsing.
    RINSING
    K 1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    L

    o

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    G

    k

    C

    ^ Turn the left-hand dial to "Rinsing".
    ^ Press the right-hand dial.
    Water will run out of the spout.
    ^ Open the steam valve.
    Water will run out of the steam valve.
    ^ Close the steam valve a few seconds later.
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    Cleaning and care
    The piping has now been rinsed through. You can now
    prepare drinks or switch off the machine.

    Water container
    Empty the water container daily and fill to the max. level with
    fresh, cold tap water just before use.

    Waste container
    Clean the waste container daily. Coffee remains can turn
    mouldy.
    There will probably also be residual water in the waste
    container left over from the brewing and rinsing process.
    ^ Lift the waste container and pull it forwards to remove.
    Clean the waste container with hot water and a little
    washing-up liquid or in the dishwasher, and dry with a cloth.

    ^ Clean inside the waste container compartment, especially
    at the top right and left-hand sides near the small windows
    (sensors). It is important to keep these sensors clean, as
    otherwise the machine will not recognise the waste
    container is present or that it requires emptying.
    ^ Push the waste container back into the machine as far as it
    will go.
    When you push the waste container into the machine, you
    also push a lever backwards. This tells the machine that
    the waste container has been put back. There will be a little
    resistance as you do this. This is quite normal.

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    Cleaning and care
    Drip tray
    There is a sensor in the drip tray which causes a message to
    appear in the display when the drip tray is full and needs to
    be emptied. Remove the tray and empty and clean it when
    this message appears.
    However, to avoid a build-up of odours, the drip tray should
    be cleaned every day.
    After running the last rinse, you should leave the drip tray
    in position for a while before cleaning it so that you catch
    any remaining water from the pipework.
    ^ Open the front of the machine.
    ^ Remove the drip tray from the machine with care.
    There is a grid in the drip tray. This grid helps prevent the
    water from spilling out of the drip tray when it is being
    carried.
    ^ Clean the drip tray and the grid with hot water and a little
    washing-up liquid or in the dishwasher, and dry with a
    cloth.
    Make sure that the metal contact discs at the top of the
    drip tray are cleaned and dried properly. These contacts
    let the machine know when the drip tray is full or if it is not
    in the machine. They will not convey these messages if
    they are dirty or damp.

    ^ Push the drip tray with the grid along the right-hand edge
    back into the machine.
    ^ Close the front of the machine.
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    Cleaning and care
    Grille with drip tray cover

    ^ Take the plastic grille and metal drip tray cover out and
    wash them.
    The plastic grille must only be washed by hand.

    Capsule magazine and magazine runners

    ^ Pull the magazine runners a out as far as possible.
    ^ Remove the capsule magazine b by pulling it upwards.

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    ^ Lift the magazine runners up at the front a little (1), and
    then pull them out completely (2).
    ^ Clean the capsule magazine and magazine runners with
    hot water and a little washing-up liquid, or in the
    dishwasher, and dry with a cloth.

    ^ Also clean the area under the magazine runners. It is
    particularly important to clean the sensor which is used to
    recognise the capsule chambers as well as the recess in
    the floor. Wipe everything dry with a soft cloth.
    ^ To put the magazine runners back in, place them on the
    guide rails and push them into the machine until they click
    into position.
    ^ Insert the capsule magazine. You do not have to position it
    in a particular way, as the machine will automatically guide
    it into position.
    ^ Push the magazine runners with the capsule magazine fully
    back into the machine.

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    Cleaning and care
    Coffee outlet cover
    ^ Open the front of the machine.

    ^ Push up the cover in the middle of the machine front.
    ^ Clean the cover with a mild solution of hot water and
    washing up liquid or in the dishwasher, then dry it. Also
    clean the inside of the machine front with a mild solution of
    hot water and washing-up liquid and dry it.
    ^ Push the cover back onto the coffee outlet. Make sure that
    the cover sits correctly on the outlet.

    Interior
    ^ First take out all removable parts and then clean the interior
    with a mild solution of hot water and washing-up liquid.

    Capsule plate
    How quickly the capsule plate becomes soiled will depend
    on the content of natural oils in the coffee used. It should be
    cleaned whenever the machine is descaled or more often if
    necessary using the cleaning tablets supplied with the
    machine. Cleaning tablets are available from your Miele
    Dealer or from the Miele Spare Parts Department.

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    ^ Press on the ribbed position a, and pull the capsule plate
    b forwards to remove it.
    ^ Fill a small container with hot water and dissolve one
    cleaning tablet in it.
    ^ Then place the capsule plate in the container and leave for
    approx. 1 hour.
    ^ Once the coffee remains have been removed, rinse it
    thoroughly and dry it.
    ^ Push the capsule plate back into the machine. It must click
    into position.

    Steam valve
    The small rubber sleeve which connects the steam valve with
    the milk frother can be removed for cleaning. The sleeve and
    also the tip of the steam valve underneath the sleeve should
    be cleaned regularly.

    ^ Push the steam valve down and pull the rubber sleeve off
    downwards.
    ^ Use a mild solution of hot water and washing-up liquid to
    clean the rubber sleeve and the tip of the steam valve.

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    ^ Dry them and then put the sleeve back onto the tip of the
    steam valve. Make sure that the sleeve sits securely onto
    the tip.
    ^ Push the steam valve back upwards.
    If you forget to push it back up it could break when you
    shut the machine front.

    Milk frother (cappuccinatore)
    The milk frother must be dismantled into several parts to
    clean it properly. It is very important to clean each one
    thoroughly as otherwise the froth will not be produced
    properly, if at all. All parts are dishwasher safe and should be
    cleaned every day. An insert is available for cleaning the
    cappuccinatore jug in a Miele dishwasher.

    ^ Dismantle all the pieces and clean them. To remove the
    steam spout grip it securely top and bottom as shown and
    pull it off.

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    Cleaning and care

    ^ Reassemble the lid as shown in the illustrations.
    Make sure that the cover is refitted correctly with the valve
    located above the milk frother handle. If this is not the
    case, the frother will not operate properly.

    Machine front
    ^ Clean the front of the machine with a solution of hot water
    and washing-up liquid applied with a damp cloth. Wipe
    everything dry with a soft cloth.
    ^ A microfibre E-Cloth is available from the Miele UK Spare
    Parts Department which is suitable for cleaning surfaces
    such as stainless steel, glass, plastic and chrome without
    the use of chemicals.
    Do not let water get behind the displays or the controls.

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    Cleaning and care
    Avoid the following on all types of front:
    – cleaning agents containing soda, acids or chlorides,
    – abrasive cleaning agents, e.g. powder cleaners and cream
    cleaners,
    – abrasive sponges, e.g. pot scourers or sponges which
    have been previously used with abrasive cleaning agents.
    When descaling the machine wipe up any spillages of
    descaling agent immediately.
    To prevent the risk of scratches and damage to the
    surface structure of stainless steel and aluminium fronted
    machines, pay particular attention to the following
    cleaning instructions.

    Stainless steel fronts
    The appliance front is susceptible to scratches and abrasion.
    Please observe the different cleaning instructions for
    - stainless steel surfaces and
    - stainless steel coloured controls
    Stainless steel surfaces
    Stainless steel surfaces can be cleaned using a proprietary
    non-abrasive cleaning agent designed specifically for use on
    stainless steel, or with the Miele E-Cloth.
    To help prevent re-soiling, a proprietary
    conditioning agent for stainless steel can also be
    used. Apply sparingly with an even pressure in
    the direction of the grain.
    Stainless steel coloured controls
    The controls may suffer discolouration or damage if soiling
    is left on them for too long. Remove any soiling straight
    away with a damp cloth.

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    Cleaning and care
    Aluminium fronts
    Aluminium is affected by the way that light falls on it, by the
    surrounding environment and by the angle you observe it
    from.
    Aluminium surfaces and controls may suffer discolouration
    or damage if soiling is left on them for too long. Remove
    any soiling straight away with a damp cloth.
    Warning: The surfaces and controls are susceptible to
    scratches and abrasion.
    Avoid:
    – stainless steel cleaners,
    – cleaning agents containing descaling agents,
    – diswasher detergent.

    Maintenance
    The capsule hopper in the brew unit needs to be replaced
    after about 15,000 cups of coffee. Replacement capsule
    hoppers are available from the Miele Spare Parts Dept.
    SETTINGS
    K 1

    2

    3

    F
    4

    5

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    ^ Turn the left-hand dial until you reach the "Settings" menu.
    MAINTENANCE RQRD
    F

    Y K

    n

    I

    I

    J

    Z

    ^ Turn the right-hand dial until you reach "Mainenance rqrd".
    MAINTENANCE RQRD
    carry out

    A

    ^ Press the right-hand dial and turn it to "carry out".
    ^ Press the right-hand dial.

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    Cleaning and care
    The right-hand display will go dark, and the capsule hopper
    inside the machine will be lowered. The following will then
    appear in the display:
    Remove capsule plate and
    change the capsule hopper

    ^ Open the machine door.
    ^ Take out the capsule plate.
    Do not reach into the openings in the brew unit. Danger of
    injury.

    ^ Pull the rubber connector downwards. Hold it by the edge
    to lever it downwards.

    ^ Using the special tool (supplied) as shown above, turn the
    capsule hopper anti-clockwise to remove it.

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    Cleaning and care

    ^ Screw the new capsule hopper anti-clockwise into position
    in the brew unit, as shown above.
    ^ Put the rubber connection back on from below (the cross
    needs to be at the bottom).
    ^ Insert the capsule plate and close the front of the machine.

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    Descaling the machine
    The machine should be descaled regularly to ensure that it
    functions correctly. It will remind you when this needs to be
    carried out.
    When you are at the stage where only 50 portions can be
    made before the next descaling programme has to be run the
    following message will appear in the right-hand display: "50
    no. of uses until descaling has to be done"
    This message will now appear after each drink has been
    made (coffee, espresso, steam, hot water). If you let it run to
    0 the machine will stop working and the Descale symbol k
    will appear highlighted in the left hand display. The right hand
    display will prompt you to start the descaling programme with
    the message "Confirm to start".
    You cannot make any more drinks until the descaling
    programme has been carried out.
    To descale the machine, you require descaling tablets and
    the coloured descaling funnel.
    You should only use the descaling tablets supplied with
    the machine. These have been specially formulated for
    use in this coffee machine. They are available from your
    Miele dealer or the Miele Spare Parts Department.
    Other types of descaling agents will damage the
    appliance and affect the taste.
    Follow the instructions on the package carefully to avoid
    damaging the machine.
    Make sure that you wipe up any spillages or splashes of
    descaling agent immediately to avoid damage to the
    machine front.

    After running the descaling programme, remember to
    clean the water container and the drip tray thoroughly to
    remove any descaling residues.

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    Descaling the machine
    To run the descaling programme
    DESCALE
    K 1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    L

    o

    n

    G

    k

    C

    ^ Turn the left-hand dial to highlight the "Descaling" symbol.
    Confirm to start

    ^ Press the right-hand dial to start the descaling programme.
    The right-hand display will guide you through the whole
    procedure. Follow the instructions given,
    e. g. to empty the drip tray, fill the water container etc.
    The descaling programme cannot be stopped once the
    right hand control dial has been pressed. The programme
    has to be completed through to the end. This is a safety
    measure to ensure that the machine is fully descaled, and
    is important to protect the machine and ensure it functions
    correctly.
    ^ When a message appears in the right hand display asking
    you
    – to add descaling agent to the water container please
    take the water container out and fill it the the k mark with
    lukewarm water. (Do not use less water than this in the
    water container because this would cause the descaling
    programme to finish early and incorrectly.)
    Put 2 descaling tablets in the water. Allow the tablets to
    dissolve fully before shutting the lid and putting the water
    container back in the machine.
    – to use the waste container to collect the waste water, take
    it out of the machine and place it under the spout and the
    steam valve.
    – to take the capsule plate out and replace it with the
    coloured descaling funnel: open the front of the machine
    and pull the capsule plate all the way out; clean it as
    described in Cleaning and care.

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    Descaling the machine

    Put the coloured descaling funnel in its place.
    The descaling procedure will not start for another 5
    minutes or so. This time is needed to allow the descaling
    tablets to dissolve fully in the water. It will take longer than
    this to start if the appliance is too warm.
    During descaling a little water and descaling agent will run
    out of the coffee and steam spouts. This is followed by an
    activation period, before more descaling agent is drained out,
    and so on. A message will appear in the right-hand display
    letting you know approximately how long this procedure will
    take.
    ^ When a message asking you to fill the water container
    with fresh water appears in the right-hand display, you
    should remove the container and rinse it out thoroughly with
    clean water. Make sure all traces of descaling agent are
    removed, and then fill it with clean drinking water.
    Empty the waste container at the same time.
    Water will flow out of both spouts during the rinsing process.
    The drip tray will need to be emptied several times during
    this process.
    When descaling is finished, Programme finished, open the
    door will appear in the display. Open the machine front and
    follow the instructions given in the right hand display.
    The machine will run another brief rinsing programme, and is
    then ready for use again.

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    Messages in the right hand display
    The machine has an electronic safety system that reports any problems in the
    right hand display. Most faults are easily recitifed.
    Message

    Reason

    Remedy

    Chamber empty - please
    refill

    The chamber selected is empty.

    Refill with coffee capsules.

    Please fill with fresh
    water

    This is a reminder to fill the water
    container with fresh water.

    Please set the time of
    day

    The machine was disconnected from the Set the time of day.
    power supply and the time of day needs
    to be reset.

    Empty drip tray and
    clean contacts

    The drip tray is full and/or the metal
    contact points in the tray are dirty.

    Please use descaling
    The capsule plate needs to be taken out
    funnel and close the door and replaced by the descaling funnel.

    Empty the drip tray and clean it
    thoroughly. Then dry the
    contacts.
    Remove the capsule plate and
    insert the coloured descaling
    funnel.

    Please insert capsule
    plate

    The capsule plate or capsule hopper are Refit the capsule plate or
    missing, or the descaling funnel is still in capsule hopper.
    the machine.

    Please insert capsule
    magazine

    The capsule magazine is missing or the
    sensor underneath the magazine
    runners is dirty.

    Refit the capsule magazine or
    wipe the sensor clean using a
    soft cloth.

    Please open the valve

    Steam cannot be produced if the steam
    valve is closed.

    Turn the steam valve
    downwards.

    Please close the valve

    The steam valve is still pointing
    downwards and is therefore still open.

    Turn the steam valve upwards.

    Maintenance required

    The capsule hopper needs to be
    replaced after about 15,000 cups of
    coffee.

    Turn the left-hand dial to the
    settings position. Turn the
    right-hand dial to maintenance
    and change the capsule
    hopper (see "Cleaning and
    care").

    Confirm to start

    The descaling process or another
    procedure needs to be started.

    Press the right-hand dial.

    Confirm to continue

    The descaling process needs to be
    continued.

    Press the right-hand dial.

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    Messages in the right hand display
    Message

    Reason

    Remedy

    Empty

    You have selected a coffee chamber
    which has not been allocated a (coffee)
    name.

    Allocate a type of coffee to the
    chamber.

    No. of uses until
    The machine counts the number of
    descaling has to be done drinks made before descaling has to be
    carried out. Once this number is
    reached to the machine will not produce
    any more drinks until the descaling
    programme has been successfully
    completed.

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    Problem solving guide
    Repairs to electrical appliances should only be carried out
    by a suitably qualified and competent person in
    accordance with local and national safety regulations.
    Repairs and other work by unqualified persons could be
    dangerous. The manufacturer cannot be held liable for
    unauthorised work.
    Various messages will appear in the right hand display to
    warn of certain problems. The section "Display messages"
    explains how to respond to these.
    Other problems or situations which occur in general use are
    described in this chapter. With the help of the following notes
    minor faults in the performance of the machine, some of
    which may result from incorrect operation, can be put right
    without contacting the Service Department.
    What to do if . . .
    . . . the machine does not light up after it has been
    switched on
    ^ Is the machine locked?
    ^ If not, then the lighting is defective. Call the Service
    Department.
    . . . no messages appear in the display
    The machine is not connected to the electricity supply.
    ^ Is the master switch in the 0 position?
    ^ Is it plugged in and switched on at the socket?
    ^ Check that the fuse is not defective and that the mains fuse
    has not blown. If it has, contact the Miele Service
    Department.
    . . . the machine suddenly switches itself off
    The machine will switch itself off automatically after a certain
    length of time if it is not being used. This time depends on the
    programmed setting.

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    Problem solving guide
    The water temperature could be too high. The machine will
    remain switched off until the water has cooled down
    sufficiently.
    ^ Is the plug correctly fitted in the socket?
    . . . the lighting suddenly switches itself off
    The lighting will switch off automatically after 10 minutes of
    inactivity.
    . . . the displays are not legible
    If the machine is installed too low down, the display can be
    hard to see.
    ^ Try and improve this by adjusting the display contrast or
    brightness.
    . . . you cannot open or close the door
    The steam valve is not in the correct upward facing position.
    ^ Push the valve right down to start with, and then pull it
    upwards as far as it will go.
    . . . the time of day needs to be reset
    The time of day needs to be reset if the machine has been
    switched off with the master switch or at the wall socket. Any
    times programmed for switching on or off automatically
    remain in memory and do not need to be reset.
    . . . drinks are not dispensed, even though the coffee
    capsules are in the capsule magazine and there is
    sufficient water in the water container
    ^ Remove the water container and replace it.
    . . . coffee is not dispensed, even though the capsule
    magazine is full and there is sufficient water in the water
    container
    A coffee capsule has jammed in the capsule magazine.
    ^ Open the front of the machine.

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    Problem solving guide
    ^ Pull the magazine runners out, lift the capsule magazine
    upwards and release the coffee capsules so that they can
    move without hindrance.
    ^ Replace the capsule magazine on its runners, and push
    the runners as far as they will go into the machine.
    ^ Close the front of the machine.
    . . . no water comes out of the steam or hot water spout
    ^ Remove the water container and replace it.
    The steam valve is blocked if you still cannot get any water
    out of the valve or if only a little comes out
    ^ Open the front of the machine.
    ^ Turn the steam valve back down again, and pull the rubber
    sleeve off.

    ^ Using the small end of the spanner used for removing the
    capsule hopper unscrew the tip of the steam valve.
    ^ Clean it thoroughly and then screw it back on again.
    . . . you cannot create steam and coffee or espresso at the
    same time
    ^ Has the steam heating system been switched off?
    If it has been switched off, you cannot dispense steam and
    coffee at the same time.

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    Problem solving guide
    . . . the steam system is switched off, but you can still
    make steam and coffee or espresso at the same time
    If the steam system is still hot you will be able to do both at
    the same time. Once it has cooled down again you will not be
    able to make steam and coffee at the same time.
    . . . the steam smells of rubber
    There will be a smell of rubber whilst the machine is still new.
    It will disappear with time.
    . . . there is no froth from the milk frother (cappuccinatore)
    ^ Has the outlet been turned to the side so that froth can only
    be made in the milk frother?
    ^ Are the valve and the spout in the lid correctly positioned?
    (See Cleaning and care).
    ^ Are any components in the frother blocked up?
    . . . coffee preparation has been interrupted
    ^ Have you selected a double espresso or a double coffee?
    The machine uses two capsules for double portions. If
    there was only one capsule left in the chamber the
    machine will not make the coffee.
    . . . there are coffee grounds in the coffee
    ^ The capsule plate needs to be cleaned.
    . . . a message appears asking you to empty the drip tray
    even though it is empty
    ^ Have the contacts been properly cleaned and dried?
    ^ Is the drip tray securely located in the machine?
    ^ Switch the machine off and then back on again.
    ^ Buff the contacts a little, e.g. with fine sandpaper or emery
    cloth.
    ^ If this fault message continues to appear, please call the
    Miele Service department.

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    Problem solving guide
    . . . the machine doesn’t rinse through when switched on,
    even though the rinse programme is set to "on".
    If the temperature of the machine above 60 °C, rinsing cannot
    take place.
    . . . water stopped flowing whilst programming in the
    amount to use
    Water flow stops automatically when the maximum fill quantity
    is reached. The maximum quantity is stored in memory.
    There is insufficient water in the water container. The quantity
    used previously was not saved to memory.
    . . . the preparation time and the maximum fill quantity of
    the coffee varies considerably
    The coffee grind varies depending on type of coffee. Different
    producers may also use different grinds for the same type of
    coffee. For this reason the preparation times and maximum fill
    quantities can vary.
    . . . the espresso or coffee is not hot enough
    ^ Have the cups been pre-warmed?
    The smaller and thicker the cup, the more important it is to
    pre-warm it.
    ^ Check whether the capsule plate is dirty. Clean the capsule
    plate.
    . . . the coffee is too weak
    ^ Make sure the amount of water programmed is not too
    much for the coffee.
    ^ Check to see how many coffees have already been
    dispensed.
    If the amount of water is correct and 15,000 coffees have
    already been dispensed you will need to replace the
    capsule hopper in the brew unit. See "Cleaning and Care:
    Maintenance".

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    Problem solving guide
    . . . there is water in the waste container
    This is not a fault. The water is left over from the brewing and
    cleaning process.
    . . . there is residual "coffee water" in the waste container
    The capsule plate is not correctly pushed in.
    ^ Remove the capsule plate and replace it.
    . . . the descaling process was started by mistake?
    The descaling programme cannot be cancelled once you
    have pressed the right hand dial. The programme has to be
    completed through to the end. This is a safety measure to
    ensure that the machine is fully descaled, and is important
    for protecting the machine and to ensure it functions
    correctly.
    . . . the heating-up time is getting longer, the amount of
    water coming through is incorrect and the machine is not
    performing properly
    The machine needs descaling.
    . . . the error message F 10 appears
    Water has not been taken in.
    ^ Perhaps the system was not filled with water before the first
    drink was made. Fill the system with water as described in
    "Making coffee: Filling the system with water".
    ^ Or the water container has not been correctly positioned
    inside the machine. Remove the water container and push
    it back into position again, making sure it engages
    correctly.
    ^ This error message also appears if the water container was
    not correctly filled for descaling. Fill the container to the
    mark, and start the descaling process again.
    ^ If this fault message keeps on appearing, please call the
    Miele Service department, quoting the fault code.

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    Problem solving guide
    . . . when the machine is switched off F 42 or F 45 appear
    briefly in the right hand display
    ^ This is because there was a very brief power cut. If these
    messages occur frequently, contact the Miele Service Dept.
    . . . the error message F 72 appears
    A coffee capsule has jammed above the waste container.
    ^ Open the front of the machine.
    ^ Take the waste container out and empty it. Then replace it.
    ^ Close the front of the machine.
    If this fault message continues to appear in the display, a
    coffee capsule has jammed in the magazine runners.
    ^ Open the front of the machine.

    ^ Press the master switch in the machine at the top left to
    disconnect it from the mains.
    ^ Insert a spoon handle into the slot underneath the right
    hand magazine runner and push it carefully to the left.
    ^ Pull the magazine runners out and remove the coffee
    capsule from the hopper. Discard the capsule as it is
    probably damaged and would only get jammed again.
    ^ Also clean the area under the magazine runners. It is
    particularly important to clean the sensor which is used to
    recognise the capsule chambers as well as the recess in
    the floor. Wipe dry with a soft cloth.
    ^ Switch the machine on again with the master switch.

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    Problem solving guide
    ^ Close the front of the machine.
    If this fault message still continues to appear in the display,
    please call the Miele Service department, quoting the fault
    code.
    . . . error message F 75 or F 76 appears
    A coffee capsule has jammed.
    ^ Open the front of the machine.
    ^ Take the waste container out and empty it. Then replace it.
    ^ If the error message continues to appear, open the
    machine front and follow the instructions given in the right
    hand display.
    Press the master switch in the machine at the top left to
    disconnect it from the mains. This is important for the
    following procedure - danger of injury.

    ^ Remove the magazine runners and the capsule plate from
    the machine.
    ^ There is an opening to the right of the slot for the capsule
    plate. Have a look to make sure a coffee capsule is not
    stuck here.
    A capsule could also be jammed further up in the brew
    unit.

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    Problem solving guide

    ^ Use a spoon handle or similar tool to remove the capsule.
    ^ Fit the capsule plate, magazine runners and the capsule
    magazine back into the machine.
    ^ Switch the machine on again with the master switch.
    ^ Close the front of the machine.
    ^ If this fault message still continues to appear in the display,
    please call the Miele Service department, quoting the fault
    code.
    . . . if any other error messages commencing with "F"
    appear
    ^ Call the Service Department.

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    After sales service
    In the event of a fault which you cannot correct yourself,
    please contact:
    – your Miele Dealer
    or
    – the Miele Service Department (see back cover for
    address).

    When contacting your Dealer or the Service Department,
    please quote the model and serial number of your machine.
    These are shown on the data plate inside the machine.

    Please note that telephone calls may be monitored and
    recorded for training purposes.

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    Electrical connection
    Electrical connection U.K.
    All electrical work should be carried out by a suitably
    qualified and competent person in accordance with local and
    national safety regulations.
    The appliance is supplied with a mains cable and moulded
    plug ready for connection to an a.c. single phase 220-240 V
    50 Hz supply.
    The voltage and connected load are given on the data plate.
    Please ensure that these match the household mains supply.
    The fuse rating is quoted on the plug.
    Connection should be made via a suitable switched socket
    which is easily accessible. For extra safety it is advisable to
    install a residual current device (RCD) with a trip current of 30
    mA (in accordance with DIN VDE 0664, VDE 0100, Section
    739).
    Do not connect the appliance to the mains electricity supply
    by an extension lead. Extension leads do not guarantee the
    required safety of the appliance (e.g. danger of overheating).
    Non-rewireable plugs (BS 1363)
    The fuse cover must be re-fitted when changing the fuse, and
    if the fuse cover is lost, the plug must not be used until a
    suitable replacement is obtained. The colour of the correct
    replacement cover is that of the coloured insert in the base of
    the plug, or the colour that is embossed in words in the base
    of the plug (as applicable to the design of the plug fitted).
    Replacement fuses should be ASTA approved to BS 1362
    and have the correct rating. Replacement fuses and fuse
    covers may be purchased from your local electrical supplier.

    WARNING
    THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
    EARTHED

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    Installation
    Building-in options
    This machine is designed for installation in a tall unit,

    or in a wall unit.

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    Installation
    It can also be combined with other Miele built-in appliances.
    If the coffee machine is to be built in above another
    appliance, there must be a full-width, closed shelf between
    them (except when it is combined with a Miele built-in plate
    warming drawer).

    The machine can also be incorporated in a Miele mobile unit
    which is available to purchase.

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    Installation
    Installation
    Before installation make sure that there is no power supply
    to the machine. This also applies should it ever need to be
    taken out of its housing unit.
    The machine must be built-in before it is operated.
    ^ Push it all the way into the niche until there is resistance.
    Then check the height to make sure it is sitting centrally in
    the unit and that it is level.

    If this is not the case you can adjust the height of the 4 feet
    underneath the machine using the large spanner.
    The feet can be unscrewed by approx. 10 mm.
    ^ If the furniture unit walls are 19 mm thick you will need to
    drill four holes in the sides for securing the machine. To
    mark the position of these holes:
    – Align the machine in the niche, then slightly unscrew the
    side hexagon screws to make an indent in the side walls.
    Then screw them back in again.
    – Take the machine out of the niche and drill ø 4.5 mm holes,
    2 mm deep, where you made the indentations.

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    Installation
    ^ Connect the machine to the electricity supply.
    ^ Push it into the niche until you feel resistance.
    ^ Open the front of the machine and partially tighten the side
    screws.

    ^ Carefully turn the lower hexagon screws a to centre the
    appliance in the niche.
    ^ Adjust both upper hexagon screws b by hand to secure
    the appliance in the unit.

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    Glossary
    Blending is unique to each coffee
    producer. The blend gives coffee its
    particular taste and quality, and will
    vary depending on the type of coffee
    you want.
    Caffè is the Italian term for a standard
    espresso. Its full name is caffè
    espresso. It tastes good after meals
    and throughout the day.
    Caffè americano is espresso made
    with lots of water.
    Caffè corretto is espresso with a dash
    of alcohol such as Grappa, brandy or a
    liqueur.
    Caffè freddo is a long espresso with
    ice cubes and sugar syrup added. A
    popular summer drink.
    Caffè latte is a double espresso in a
    large cup filled with hot milk, topped
    with little or no froth, for people who
    enjoy milk.
    Caffè mocha consists of one third
    espresso, one third hot milk and one
    third cocoa, served in a tall glass.
    Caffè ristretto is the strongest, most
    concentrated espresso. The water is
    reduced to 30 ml per portion.
    Cappuccino is espresso with frothed
    milk. It is served in a ceramic cup with
    one third espresso, one third hot milk
    and one third froth. To obtain a good
    froth, the milk should be cold and made
    in a cold container.

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    Cappuccino chiaro is a "light"
    cappuccino with less espresso and
    more hot milk.
    Cappuccino scuro is a "dark"
    cappuccino with more espresso and
    less milk.
    Coffee should be stored in the
    refrigerator in an airtight container to
    maintain its flavour for longer.
    Crema is the sign of the perfect cup of
    espresso. Crema is a fine, nut or
    cinnamon brown froth on the surface of
    the espresso, which is only created
    when the pressure is sufficiently high. It
    contains oils which are rich in flavour
    and aroma, and helps to keep the
    espresso warm.
    Espresso, see Caffè
    Espresso corto is a "short", strong
    espresso.
    Espresso doppio is quite simply a
    double portion of normal espresso.
    Espresso lungo is the longer, less
    concentrated version served in a
    standard coffee cup.
    Espresso ristretto is a double
    strength, bitter tasting espresso.
    Macchiato is espresso with a tiny shot
    of hot, frothed milk which gives it a
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    Glossary
    Pressure is important as it releases the
    suspended particles in the coffee which
    give it its aroma. If the pressure is too
    low, the aroma cannot develop fully. If it
    is too high, it releases tannin and a
    bitter flavour. Pressure is also important
    for creating the crema.
    Pre-warming the cups prevents the
    espresso from cooling too quickly.
    Roasting is very important for the
    flavour and caffeine content of the
    espresso. Roasting releases the
    ethereal oils which create the aroma
    and flavour. A darker roasting gives a
    more concentrated aroma, but burns off
    more caffeine. So the darker the roast,
    the lower the caffeine content. Lightly
    roasted beans have a more acidic
    flavour, and dark roasted beans taste
    more bitter.
    The caffeine content of espresso is
    only a third or a half the caffeine
    normally found in coffee. The darker the
    roast, the less caffeine the espresso will
    contain.
    Water hardness can affect the flavour
    of the espresso.

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Andere Handbücher von Miele CVA 2660

Miele CVA 2660 Bedienungsanleitung - Deutsch - 88 seiten

Miele CVA 2660 Bedienungsanleitung - Holländisch - 88 seiten


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