HP rp5700 manual

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  • Brand: HP
  • Product: Cash register
  • Model/name: rp5700
  • Filetype: PDF
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1	Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase and
welcome to Philips!To fully benefit from the
support that Philips offers, register your product at
www.philips.com/welcome.
2	General
description (Fig. 1)
1	 Filter basket
2	 Filter basket holder
3	 Water level indicator
4	 Water reservoir lid
5	 Bean container lid
6	 Coarseness knob
7	 Coffee bean container
8	 Grinder funnel lid
9	 Lock of grinder funnel lid
10	 Water filling hole
11	Display
A	 Pre-ground coffee icon
B	 Number of cups
C	 Coffee cup icon
D	 Strength select coffee bean icon
E	 Strength select button
F	 Grinder clean button
12	 On/off button
13	 Glass jug lid
14	 Glass jug
15	 Cleaning brush
3	Important
Read this user manual carefully
before you use the appliance and
save it for future reference.
3.1	Danger
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• Never immerse the appliance
in water or any other liquid, nor
rinse it under the tap.
3.2	Warning
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• Check if the voltage indicated
on the bottom of the appliance
corresponds to the local mains
voltage before you connect the
appliance.
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• If the mains cord is damaged, you
must have it replaced by Philips,
a service centre authorised
by Philips or similarly qualified
persons in order to avoid a
hazard.
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• This appliance can be used by
children aged from 8 years and
above and by persons with
reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities or lack of
experience and knowledge if
they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning use of
the appliance in a safe way and
if they understand the hazards
involved. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made
by children unless they are older
than 8 and supervised. Keep the
appliance and its cord out of
reach of children aged less than
8 years.
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3.3	Caution
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• Do not place the appliance on
a hot surface and prevent the
mains cord from coming into
contact with hot surfaces.
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• Unplug the appliance if problems
occur during grinding or brewing
and before you clean it.
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• Do not move the appliance while
it is operating.
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• The appliance becomes hot
during use. Let the appliance cool
down before you store it.
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• During brewing, the lower part
of the appliance and the bottom
of the jug become hot.
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• After you have unpacked
the appliance, make sure it
is complete and undamaged.
If in doubt, do not use the
appliance but contact the
Consumer Care Centre in your
country.
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• This appliance is intended for
normal household use only.
It is not intended for use in
environments such as staff
kitchens of shops, offices, farms
or other work environments.
Nor is it intended to be used by
clients in hotels, motels, bed and
breakfasts and other residential
environments.
3.4	Electromagnetic fields
(EMF)
This Philips appliance complies with all applicable
standards and regulations regarding exposure to
electromagnetic fields.
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• Children shall not play with the
appliance.
•
• Do not let the mains cord hang
over the edge of the table or
worktop on which the appliance
stands.
•
• Do not touch the grinding burrs
of the appliance, especially when
the appliance is connected to the
mains.
•
• Keep the packaging materials
(plastic bags, cardboard buffers,
etc.) out of the reach of children,
as they are not a toy.
•
• Do not touch the hot surfaces of
the appliance when it operates.
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• This appliance is designed to grind
beans and make coffee. Use it
correctly and with care to avoid
scalding by hot water and steam.
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• Do not empty the water reservoir
by tilting the appliance, it can
damage the appliance. Only empty
the water reservoir by following
the flush instruction.
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• Do not use the appliance if
the plug, the mains cord or the
appliance itself is damaged.
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• If a problem occurs that you
cannot solve by means of this user
manual, contact the Consumer
Care Centre in your country.
If the problem cannot be solved,
take the appliance to a service
centre authorised by Philips for
examination or repair. Do not
attempt to repair the appliance
yourself, otherwise your guarantee
becomes invalid.
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	9		 Press the on/off button to switch off the
coffeemaker.
	10		 Empty the jug.
5	 Using the
coffeemaker
5.1	Filling the water reservoir
	1		 Open the water reservoir lid and fill the water
reservoir with the required amount of cold
water.  (Fig. 2)
When you open the water reservoir lid, there
are indications for 2 to 10 cups on the inside
of the appliance.You can use these indications
to determine how much water to put in the
water reservoir.The reflection changes from
light to dark per filled cup of water.You can
also use the water level indicator on the jug.
D Note:
Do not fill the water reservoir beyond the
10-cup indication.
5.2	Using coffee beans
We advise you to use light roasted coffee beans
to brew the perfect cup of coffee.
BWarning:
Always keep the water reservoir lid closed when
you fill the coffee bean container with coffee
beans. Otherwise coffee beans can fall into the
water reservoir and block up the water inlet.
	1		 Remove the coffee bean container lid.  (Fig. 8)
	2		 Fill the coffee bean container with coffee
beans. Make sure there are enough coffee
beans in the container for the amount of
coffee you want to brew (Fig. 9).
D Note:
Always make sure the coffee bean container is
at least half full.
4	 Before first use
4.1	Setting the automatic
switch off time
You can adjust the time after which the appliance
automatically switches off.The default time is
set to 30 minutes.You can adjust this time to a
maximum of 120 minutes. If you want to adjust
the automatic switch off time, follow the steps
below.
	1		 Make sure the appliance is switched off
(but the mains plug is in the wall socket).
	2		 Press and hold in the centre of the knob until
the display starts to flash.
	3		 Turn the knob to increase or decrease the
time. 1 is 10 minutes, 2 is 20 minutes, 3 is
30 minutes and so on until 12 is 120 minutes.
	4		 Press in the centre of the knob to confirm the
minutes.
D Note:
The appliance always saves the last setting.
4.2	Flushing the coffeemaker
You need to flush the coffeemaker once before
first use.
	1		 Open the water reservoir lid. Fill the water
reservoir with fresh cold water up to the
8-cup indication.  (Fig. 2)
D Note:
Do not put coffee beans or ground coffee in
the coffeemaker.
	2		 Close the water reservoir lid.
	3		 Put the jug in the appliance (Fig. 3).
	4		 Press the on/off button (Fig. 4).
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• The display lights up.
	5		 Press the strength select button (Fig. 5).
	6		 Turn the knob to choose the pre-ground
coffee setting (Fig. 6).
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• The pre-ground coffee icon lights up.
	7		 Press in the centre of the knob to confirm.
Then press in the centre of the knob again to
start the flushing process (Fig. 7).
	8		 Let the coffeemaker operate until the flushing
process has been completed.
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	12		 Turn the knob to select the desired coffee
strength (mild: 1 bean, medium: 2 beans or
strong: 3 beans) (Fig. 6).
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• The display shows the selected coffee
strength.
ETip:
We advise you to experiment with
the amount of water to find out which
strength you prefer. If you select a number
of cups that is higher than the amount of
water, the coffee becomes stronger. If you
select a number of cups that is smaller
than the amount of water, the coffee
becomes weaker.
	13		 Press in the centre of the knob to confirm,
Then press in the centre of the knob again to
start the brewing process (Fig. 14).
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• The grinder grinds the required amount of
coffee beans.
	14		 Wait until the coffeemaker has stopped
brewing before you remove the jug.
D Note:
After brewing, coffee drips from the filter
basket for several seconds. 
	15		 Press the on/off button to switch off the
coffeemaker.
5.3	Using pre-ground coffee
If you want to use pre-ground coffee instead of
coffee beans, follow the steps below.
	1		 Open the water reservoir lid and fill the water
reservoir with the required amount of cold
water.  (Fig. 2)
	2		 To open the filter basket holder, pull at its tab
on the right side of the coffeemaker (Fig. 10).
	3		 Take a paper filter (type 1x4 or no. 4) and
fold the sealed edges to prevent tearing and
folding. Place the paper filter in the filter
basket (Fig. 11).
	4		 Put pre-ground coffee in the paper filter.
BWarning:
To prevent the grinder from jamming, do not
use unroasted or caramelised beans as this
may cause damage.
	3		 To open the filter basket holder, pull at its tab
on the right side of the coffeemaker (Fig. 10).
	4		 Take a paper filter (type 1x4 or no. 4) and
fold the sealed edges to prevent tearing and
folding. Place the paper filter in the filter
basket.  (Fig. 11)
	5		 Close the filter basket holder.
	6		 Put the jug in the appliance.  (Fig. 3)
	7		 Turn the coarseness knob to select
the desired type of grind (from fine to
coarse).  (Fig. 12)
ETip:
The coarseness knob allows you to
choose between nine different settings.
We preselected 3 optimal settings but you
can also choose any setting in between the
icons.We advise you to experiment with
the different grind settings to find out which
setting you prefer.
	8		 Press the on/off button on the front of the
coffeemaker (Fig. 4).
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• The number of cups starts to flash.
	9		 To select the number of cups, turn the knob
until the desired number of cups appears on
the display (Fig. 13).
D Note:
Make sure that the number of cups you select
with the 2-10 cups button is consistent with
the amount of water in the water reservoir.
Please keep in mind that the coffeemaker uses
all the water in the water reservoir.
If you select a number of cups that is smaller
than the amount of water, the coffee becomes
weaker than you intended.
	10		 Press in the centre of the knob to confirm the
number of cups.
	11		 Press the strength select button.  (Fig. 5)
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• The coffee bean icons start to flash.
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6	 Cleaning and
maintenance
6.1	Cleaning after every use
BWarning:
Never immerse the appliance in water or any
other liquid, nor rinse it under the tap.
	1		 Press the on/off button to switch off the
coffeemaker.  (Fig. 15)
	2		 Remove the mains plug from the wall socket.
	3		 Wipe the outside of the coffeemaker with a
damp cloth (Fig. 16).
	4		 Clean the filter basket and the jug in the
dishwasher or with hot water and some
washing-up liquid.
6.2	Cleaning the grinder funnel
To ensure optimal coffee taste, clean the grinder
funnel every other week.
D Note:
Make sure the coffee bean container is empty
before you start the cleaning procedure.
	1		 Press the on/off button to switch off the
coffeemaker (Fig. 15).
	2		 To open the filter basket holder, pull at its tab
on the right side of the coffeemaker (Fig. 10).
	3		 Take a paper filter (type 1x4 or no. 4) and
fold the sealed edges to prevent tearing and
folding. Place the paper filter in the filter
basket.  (Fig. 11)
	4		 Close the filter basket holder.
	5		 To open the grinder funnel lid, insert the flat
end of the cleaning brush handle into the lock
and press it down (Fig. 17).
D Note:
If you switch coffee beans and you do not
want the residue of the old beans to affect
the taste of the new coffee beans you can
clean the grinder funnel quickly by brush only,
continue with step 7. If you want to clean the
grinder funnel thoroughly, please continue
with step 6.
D Note:
You can adjust the strength of the coffee to
your own personal taste. For a medium-strong
cup of coffee, use one measuring spoon
(approximately 6g) of ground coffee for each
cup (120ml). For stronger coffee, use 1.5
measuring spoons of ground coffee for each
cup of coffee.
	5		 Close the filter basket holder.
	6		 Put the jug in the appliance (Fig. 3).
	7		 Press the on/off button (Fig. 4).
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• The display lights up.
	8		 Press the strength select button (Fig. 5).
	9		 Turn the knob to choose the pre-ground
coffee setting (Fig. 6).
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• The pre-ground coffee icon lights up.
	10		 Press in the centre of the knob to confirm.
Then press in the centre of the knob again to
start the brewing process (Fig. 7).
	11		 Wait until the coffeemaker has stopped
brewing before you remove the jug.
D Note:
After brewing, coffee drips from the filter
basket for several seconds. 
	12		 Press the on/off button to switch off the
coffeemaker.
5.4	Drip stop function
The drip stop function enables you to remove
the jug from the coffeemaker before the brewing
process is finished.When you remove the jug, the
drip stop stops the flow of coffee into the jug.
D Note:
The brewing process does not stop when you
remove the jug. If you do not put the jug back
into the appliance within 20 seconds, the filter
basket overflows.
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	9		 Wait until half of the vinegar has flowed into
the jug.Then press the on/off button to stop
the brewing process and let the vinegar act
for at least 15 minutes (Fig. 20).
	10		 Press the on/off button to switch the
coffeemaker back on (Fig. 4).
	11		 Press in the centre of the knob once to
let the appliance complete the brewing
process (Fig. 21).
	12		 Press the on/off button to switch off the
coffeemaker.
	13		 Empty the jug and throw away the paper filter.
	14		 Fill the water reservoir with cold water
and turn the coffeemaker back on.
Press in the centre of the knob twice to
start another brewing process. Let the
coffeemaker complete the entire brewing
process and empty the jug.  
	15		 Repeat step 14 until the water no longer
tastes or smells like vinegar.
	16		 Clean the filter basket and the jug in the
dishwasher or with hot water and some
washing-up liquid.
	17		 Press the on/off button to switch off the
coffeemaker.
7	 Ordering accessories
To buy accessories or spare parts, visit
www.shop.philips.com/service or go to your
Philips dealer.You can also contact the Philips
Consumer Care Centre in your country (see the
worldwide guarantee leaflet for contact details).
	6		 Press and hold the grinder clean button for
4 seconds (Fig. 18).
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• The grinder starts cleaning itself.
	7		 When the grinder has stopped cleaning,
use the cleaning brush to brush ground
coffee residues into the lower part of the
funnel (Fig. 19).
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• The ground coffee residues fall into the filter
basket.
BWarning:
Do not drop the brush in the grinder
funnel.
	8		 Close the lid of the grinder funnel.
	9		 Remove the paper filter with the ground
coffee residues and throw it away.
6.3	Descaling the coffeemaker
Descale the coffeemaker when you notice
excessive steaming or when the brewing time
increases. It is advisable to descale it every two
months. Only use white vinegar to descale,
as other products may cause damage to the
coffeemaker.
BWarning:
Never use vinegar with an acetic acid content
of 8% or more, natural vinegar, powder descalers
or tablet descalers to descale the appliance,
as this may cause damage.
	1		 Open the water reservoir lid.
	2		 Fill the water reservoir with 10 cups of white
vinegar (4% acetic acid) (Fig. 2).
	3		 Place a paper filter (no. 4) in the filter basket
and close the filter basket holder (Fig. 11).
	4		 Put the empty jug in the coffeemaker (Fig. 3).
	5		 Put the mains plug in the wall socket.
	6		 Press the on/off button to switch on the
coffeemaker (Fig. 4).
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• The display lights up.
	7		 Press the strength select button and turn
the knob to choose the pre-ground coffee
setting (Fig. 6).
	8		 Press in the centre of the knob to confirm.
Then press in the centre of the knob again to
start the brewing process (Fig. 7).
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When I use the grinder, the coffee is too weak.
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• Make sure that the number of cups you select
with the 2-10 cups button is consistent with the
amount of water in the water reservoir. Please
keep in mind that the coffeemaker uses all the
water in the water reservoir.
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• Use the strength select button to set the coffee
strength to ‘strong’.
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• When you use coffee beans, make sure you
do not press the pre-ground coffee button, as
this switches off the grinder.
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• Use coffee beans of a stronger blend or flavour.
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• Make sure that he selected number of cups
is consistent with the amount of water in the
water reservoir.
When I use pre-ground coffee, the coffee is too
weak.
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• Make sure that the amount of pre-ground
coffee in the filter is consistent with the amount
of water in the water reservoir. Please keep in
mind that the appliance uses all the water in the
water reservoir.
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• Use ground coffee of a stronger blend or
flavour.
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• To increase the coffee strength, increase the
amount of pre-ground coffee or decrease the
amount of water.
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• The filter overflows when I remove the jug
from the coffeemaker while it is brewing coffee.
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• If you remove the jug for more than 20
seconds during the brewing process, the drip
stop causes the filter basket to overflow.Also
note that the coffee does not reach its full
taste before the end of the brewing process.
Therefore we advise you not to remove the jug
and pour out the coffee before the end of the
brewing process.
8	Recycling
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• This symbol on a product means that the
product is covered by European Directive
2012/19/EU. Inform yourself about the local
separate collection system for electrical
and electronic products. Follow local rules
and never dispose of the product with
normal household waste. Correct disposal
of old products helps prevent negative
consequences for the environment and
human health (Fig. 22).
9	 Guarantee and
support
If you need information or support, please
visit www.philips.com/support or read the
separate worldwide guarantee leaflet.
10	Troubleshooting
This chapter summarises the most common
problems you could encounter with the appliance.
If you are unable to solve the problem with the
information below, visit www.philips.com/
support for a list of frequently asked questions
or contact the Consumer Care Centre in your
country.
The coffeemaker does not work.
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• Make sure that the voltage indicated on the
coffeemaker corresponds to the local mains
voltage.
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• Fill the water reservoir with water.
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• Put the mains plug in the wall socket and press
the on/off button on the front of the appliance
to switch on the coffeemaker.
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The coffeemaker continues to drip long after the
brewing process has ended.
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• The dripping is caused by condensation
of steam. It is completely normal that the
coffeemaker drips for some time.
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• If the dripping does not stop, the drip stop may
be clogged.To clean the drip stop, pull at the
tab of the filter basket holder on the right side
of the coffeemaker to open the holder.Take out
the filter basket.Then rinse the filter basket and
the drip stop under the tap.
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• If you remove the jug for more than 20 seconds
during the brewing process, the drip stop
causes the filter basket to overflow.
The coffee is not hot enough.
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• Use thin-walled cups, because they absorb less
heat from the coffee than thick-walled cups.
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• Do not use milk that comes directly out of the
fridge.
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• Descale the coffeemaker. See section ‘Descaling
the coffeemaker’ in chapter ‘Cleaning and
maintenance’.
The coffeemaker does not start cleaning the
grinder funnel.
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• Make sure that the coffeemaker is connected to
the mains.
•
• Make sure that you open the lid of the grinder
funnel before you press and hold the grinder
button.
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• Press and hold the grinder button for 4 seconds
until the grinder starts cleaning itself.
•
• The appliance is steaming and it takes longer to
brew coffee.
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• Descale the appliance. See section ‘Descaling
the coffeemaker’ in chapter ‘Cleaning and
maintenance’.
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• The coffee beans seem to be used up quickly.
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• It may look as if the coffee beans are used up
quickly.To ensure a perfect cup of coffee, a
certain amount of ground coffee is required.
The amount of coffee beans the appliance uses
to get the perfect amount of ground coffee is
normal.

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