to come out of the steam nozzle. Proceed
with steps 4.a) and 4.b) in the section
« Making Cappuccino ».
5.When all steam is released, close the steam
release knob and turn off the machine.
Caution :
If you do not need all the water for
steaming, proceed as follows:
a) turn off the machine.
b) release the remaining steam pressure into
another container.
Do not close the steam release knob
before all steam is released or machine
has been turned «off»! (See section –
The plastic housing of the cappuccino nozzle
(e4) has 2 fine holes on sides which draw air
into the milk.
If those holes get clogged, the milk will not be
frothed properly. Therefore, do not dip the
cappuccino nozzle in milk or froth up to those
Cleaning the espresso andcappuccino side
Before cleaning, turn «off» the machine,
unplug it, and allow it to cool down.
The filter holder, filter basket, carafe, carafe lid
and overflow lid must not be cleaned in dish
washer. Only use hot water and gentle soap.
Never use abrasive materials.
The machine can be wiped clean by using a
damp cloth. Never immerse the body of your
«appliance» in water or any other liquid.
Clean the brewing head with a damp cloth
and remove ground coffee. If there is water
left in the boiler chamber, let the machine
cool down, remove all those parts and empty
through the top opening by turning upside
Cleaning the Cappuccino nozzle
Clean the steam nozzle each time after you
have immersed it in the milk, otherwise the
inside of the nozzle becomes clogged and the
milk deposits on the outside harden and
become difficult to remove.
If clogging does occur, remove the plastic
housing of the cappuccino nozzle (22) once
appliance is cold and then unscrew the tip of
the steam nozzle (23).
Remove all milk particles using a sewing
needle and rinse under the faucet. Replace
nozzle tip making sure to screw it on tightly.
Wipe off the outside of the nozzle with a wet
cloth. Hold the wet cloth very close to the tip
of the nozzle and open the steam valve. Let
the steam escape into the wet cloth for one or
two seconds, then close the valve. Any milk
residue will then be flushed out. The plastic
housing of the cappuccino nozzle should be
rinsed in warm water. If the small suction
openings are clogged up, it can be opened
with a small needle.
Cleaning the drip tray
The overflow grid and the cavity under he
grid can be cleaned by removing the grid
Do not try to open or disassemble the
main body of the machine.
Decalcifying theespresso side
The warranty does not cover faulty or
broken espresso machine due to not
being descaled.
• Due to the acid substance, we recommend
protecting your worktop and sink unit
during the descaling process, especially if it
is made of marble or stone. Isolate your
espresso with a tea towel, a tablecloth or a
The espresso machine must be decalcified
regularly. The frequency depends on the
hardness of your water and how often you
use the espresso machine.
Before descaling, the brewing sieve on the
brewing head must first be screwed off.
1.Remove all lime and coffee residues from
the brewing sieve and the brewing head.
2.Remove the plastic housing of the cappuc-
cino nozzle (22).
As descaling agent we recommend the use of
reference solution N°F054 from Satisfusion 1
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