Domo DO421K manual

User manual for the Domo DO421K in Dutch. This PDF manual has 44 pages.

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HANDLEIDING MODE D’EMPLOI GEBRAUCHSANLEITUNG INSTRUCTION BOOKLET PRODUCT OF KOFFIEZET MET KOFFIEMOLEN CAFÉTIERE AVEC MOULIN A CAFÉ KAFFEEMASCHINE MIT KAFFEEMÜHLE COFFEE MAKER WITH GRINDER KÁVOVAR S VESTAVĚNÝM MLÝNKEM DO421K
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DO421K Congratulations on your purchase of the DOMO coffee-maker with coffee grinder. The DOMO coffee-maker will bring you the ultimate coffee-experience. The coffee beans are ground inside the coffee grinder, just prior to the filtration process. Coffee simply doesn’t get any fresher than that. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION 1. Lid coffee grinder 2. Coffee grinder 3. Indicator of the fineness of the ground coffee 4. Lid water reservoir 5. Filter compartment release button 6. Operating panel 7. Jug with lid 8. Heater plate 9. Drip stopper 10. Filter compartment 11. Filter retainer 12. Water level indicator 13. Water reservoir 14. Ground coffee receptacle 15. Filter support with release 16. Active carbon filter DESCRIPTION OF THE OPERATING PANEL 18. On/off indicator 19. On/off switch 20. Cup symbol 21. Display 22. Set time button 23. Indicator “auto/prog” 24. Indicator brewing 25. Button for finer adjustment of coffee strength 26. Button to start/stop the ground coffee brewing process 27. “2-10” coffee strength standard adjustment button 28. “2-4” button to adjust the coffee strength for 2 or 4 cups 29. Filter button to indicate when the filter should be replaced 30. Button to set hour 31. Button to set minutes IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS This is an appliance intended for domestic use only. Use the appliance only for its intended purpose. Carefully read the safety instructions and keep the manual for later reference. 30
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DO421K Danger for children: Take extreme care when you operate the appliance around children. Never leave the appliance unguarded. The appliance should not be operated by people with physical, sensory or mental handicaps, nor by people lacking in experience. Do not allow children to use the appliance, unless a supervisor is present and a person who is responsible for their safety has clearly described how the appliance works. Never allow children to play with the appliance. Keep the appliance out of children’s reach. Do not allow children to play with the packaging, as there is a risk of suffocation. Electrical danger: Do not use the appliance outside, to avoid the risk on fire, electrocution and personal injuries. Never immerse the appliance in water or another liquid. Check if the voltage indicated on the identification plate on the appliance corresponds to the voltage in your home before you plug in the appliance. Always use earthed sockets to connect the appliance to the mains. Make sure the lead does not touch sharp edges or hot surfaces. The plug should always be easily reachable, so that it is possible to pull the plug from the socket immediately in case of danger. Shut down the appliance completely before you disconnect it from the mains. Never pull the plug out of the socket by the lead. Always use the plug itself to do so. Immediately remove the plug from the socket in the following situations: Whenever you do not use the appliance Whenever an error occurs while the appliance is working Whenever the appliance gets wet while in use Whenever you clean the appliance. Never attempt to repair the appliance yourself. Never use the appliance with a damaged plug or lead, when an error has occurred during operation, or when the appliance has been damaged. Return the appliance to your distributor or to the customer support department of the manufacturer for inspection or repair. Any attempt to repair the appliance yourself completely voids the warranty. Whenever the plug or the lead are damaged, they should be replaced by the customer service department of the manufacturer or by a qualified electrician. Regularly check the lead and the appliance for damage. Never attempt to disassemble the appliance or parts of the casing yourself. Never touch the plug when your hands are wet. Never carry the appliance by the lead. Warning for burns and fire: Never leave the appliance unattended when it is working. Never use the appliance when it is leaking or visibly damaged. Never use the appliance around a hot oven, microwave oven, or other heat source. 31
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DO421K Also, never place the appliance inside an oven, microwave oven, or similar appliance. Avoid all contact with the hot steam during the brewing process, during filling, or when the lid of the coffee-maker is opened. Do not open the lid of the coffee-maker when it is working. Hot steam will escape! Risk of injuries: Only use supplied accessories. The use of different parts can be a cause of injuries or damaged property. Make sure the lead does not dangle over edges or corners, you might trip over it. Caution – material damage: Place the appliance on a horizontal, flat, heat resistant, stable surface, at least 5 cm removed from the wall. Do not place the appliance near a gas burner, electric cooker, or other heat source. External heat can damage the appliance. Never cover the appliance, this way the heat cannot escape and the appliance will overheat. Place the appliance in such a way that escaping steam cannot damage cupboards or the like. Never switch on the appliance when it is empty. Never leave the coffee jug on the heater plate when it is still turned on. The coffee jug might crack. Do not put the coffee jug in a microwave oven, it is not microwave resistant. Modern furniture is treated with lots of different sorts of paint and other finishing products. The possibility exists that these products affect the feet of your coffee- maker. Therefore we advise to place a heat resistant cloth underneath the coffee-maker in order to avoid damage to the feet. Never place the appliance in such a way that it might fall in a sink or a bath. Warning: the manufacturer renounces all responsibilities for damage that occurs as a result of misuse of the appliance. GETTING STARTED Make sure all packaging, including stickers and protective film, is removed before using the appliance. Check if all parts are present, using the parts list in the manual. Leave the identification plate and all possible warning tags on the appliance. Caution: Make sure the appliance is not damaged. You may not use the appliance if parts thereof are damaged. Please contact the customer support department of the manufacturer, or a qualified electrician. Clean the appliance with a damp cloth and dry it with a soft cloth. Clean the glass jug with hot water and a mild detergent or wash it in the dishwasher. 32
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DO421K Install the active carbon filter in the appliance as explained in the section “Installing the active carbon filter”. Connect the appliance to the mains. Fill the water reservoir with fresh water until the water indicator reaches “10”. Switch on the coffee-maker by pressing the “brew” button, and let the water run through the machine without coffee. Dispose of the water. Clean the jug with hot water. Note: a little smoke may be generated when you first use the appliance. USING THE APPLIANCE Tips and clues: CAUTION: your coffee-maker always uses the full amount of water that is present in the appliance. Whenever the appliance is working, you have to place the jug with lid on the heater plate. If not, the drip stopper will engage and the coffee will not run. The set time and coffee strength will be stored in memory until you set a new time or coffee strength. Or until the plug has been pulled from the mains socket for longer than one minute. All settings will be restored to default whenever the appliance is disconnected from the mains for longer than one minute. The heater plate can keep your coffee warm for a certain time. It is yet advised to pour the fresh coffee in a thermos and switch off the coffee-maker. The drip stopper ensures the coffee doesn’t run when the jug is not placed in the appliance. Never take the jug out of the coffee-maker for more than 30 seconds during the brewing process, otherwise the coffee filter will fill up and coffee will overflow. SETTING THE TIME Connect the appliance to the mains. The display text will start blinking. Use the “H” button to set the hour, and the “M” button to set the minutes. Note: Hour-count always starts with “0”, minutes-count always starts with “00”. SETTING THE STANDARD COFFEE STRENGTH Press the “2-10” button to set the desired amount of coffee to be ground. Possible settings: 2, 4, 6, 8, or 10. Note: the set amount of coffee to be ground is stored in memory until you set a new amount, or until the appliance is disconnected from the mains longer than 1 minute. FINE ADJUSTMENT OF THE COFFEE STRENGTH Press button “ “ to fine tune the desired coffee strength. The following options can be selected: 33
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DO421K : for a mild coffee : for a normal coffee : for a strong coffee Press button “2-4” if you wish to fine tune the strength of your coffee for 2 or 4 cups. The display will show “2-4”. Note: the set coffee strength will be stored until you enter a new strength, or until the appliance is disconnected from the mains longer than 1 minute. Note: coffee strength also depends on the quality of the beans used. ADJUSTING THE FINENESS OF THE GROUND COFFEE Why? The fineness of the ground beans defines the taste of your coffee. The finer the beans have been ground, the more bitter the coffee will taste. Turn the coffee grinder to the left or to the right to adjust the fineness of the ground coffee. - to the left: a finer ground coffee - to the right: coarser ground coffee You can use the indicator on the coffee grinder to set the desired fineness. MAKING COFFEE USING BEANS CAUTION: Always take the coffee jug out of the appliance first. Otherwise, the jug might fall out of the appliance when you open the filter. Open the lid of the water reservoir and fill it up with the desired amount of water. Take care not to fill the reservoir above the maximum level. Close the lid of the water reservoir. Remove the lid of the coffee grinder and fill up with coffee beans. Again, take care not to fill the grinder above the maximum level. Close the lid of the coffee grinder. Open the filter retainer and install a 1 x 4 size filter in the filter retainer. Close the filter retainer. Make all desired adjustments on your coffee-maker. Press the on/off switch to activate the coffee grinder – the indication light will light up. The freshly ground coffee will end up in the filter and the coffee will be made according to your settings. Note: when the brewing process has been completed, the “cup” symbol on the display will start to flash. Press the on/off switch again to switch off the appliance - the indicationlight will switch off. The appliance is now switched off. 34
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DO421K Note: the appliance will automatically switch off after 2 hours. MAKING COFFEE USING PRE-GROUND COFFEE BEANS CAUTION: Always take the coffee jug out of the appliance first. Otherwise, the jug might fall out of the appliance when you open the filter. Open the water reservoir and fill it up with the desired amount of water. Make sure not to fill above the maximum (=10) water level. Close the lid of the water reservoir. Open the filter compartment and install a filter in the filter retainer. Fill up the filter with the desired amount of ground coffee. Close the filter compartment. Press the “brew” button to activate the brewing process. The indication light will light up. Note: when the brewing process has been completed, the “cup” symbol on the display will start to flash. Press the “brew” button again to switch off the coffee-maker. The indication light will switch off. MAKING COFFEE USING THE TIMER Note: before you can use the timer, you first have to set the right time, as described earlier in this manual. Press and hold the “auto/prog” button until the display starts to flash. You can now set the desired starting time for the brewing process using the “H” and “M” buttons. When you are making coffee using freshly ground coffee, first select the standard coffee strength and fine tune it. If you are making coffee with pre-ground coffee, press the “brew” button. Wait for a couple of seconds until the indication light switches off. Then press the “auto/prog” button again. The indication light will light up again. When the set time is reached, the appliance will switch on automatically. STOPPING THE BREWING PROCESS To stop the brewing process, press “on/off”. MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING Warning: danger of burning. Pull the plug from the mains socket and allow the appliance to cool down completely before cleaning. Danger: danger of electrocution. Never immerse the appliance in water or another liquid. Caution: danger of damage. Never use aggressive, abrasive or chemical cleaning 35
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DO421K products. Disconnect the appliance from the mains. Allow the appliance to cool down. Always remove the filter, and dirt that has gathered in the water reservoir after every use. Clean the coffee grinder and lid every 2nd or 3rd time you use it. You can clean the lid of the receptacle for the ground coffee at the same time. To do so, press the release button with a sharp object. After that, you can also clean the receptacle. Clean the exterior of the appliance with a damp cloth, then dry it with a soft cloth. You can put the glass jug in the dishwasher. REPLACING THE ACTIVE CARBON FILTER Benefit: the active carbon filter purifies the water. It removes harmful substances, for instance chlorine, from the water, thereby improving the taste of your coffee. Tips: Replace the active carbon filter each time you have used the appliance 70 times. You can set the filter reminder by pressing the “filter” button. This will make a “ “ symbol appear on the display. After 70 brewing cycles the symbol will start to flash. This reminder function will only work if the appliance remains connected to the mains without interruption. Replacing the carbon filter: Take the new active carbon filter from the packaging and rinse thoroughly with running water. Remove the filter retainer from the water reservoir and open the lid of the filter retainer. Remove the old carbon filter. Install the new filter in the small opening in the filter retainer. Press the “filter” button to set the filter replacement reminder. DESCALING Tips: Descale your coffee-maker if you notice the brewing process is taking longer than usual. Or, depending on the hardness of the water used, at least every 6 weeks. Use a descaler with citric acid or a vinegar solution (approx. 5 % acid). We advise to use a descaler that is environmentally friendly, and to proceed with descaling strictly according to the directions of this manual. Fill up the water reservoir of your coffee-maker with the descaling solution. Switch on the coffee-maker by pressing the “brew” button, and let the descaling solution run through the machine completely. After the solution has run through completely, dispose of it. Run the coffee-maker twice using only pure water in order to rinse it, before you start making coffee again. Repeat the descaling process if necessary. 36

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  • Brand: Domo
  • Product: Coffee makers
  • Model/name: DO421K
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  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French