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  • Brand: Panasonic
  • Product: Coffee maker
  • Model/name: NC-ZA1M
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English

Table of Contents

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English
中文(繁體)
Melayu
Operating Instructions
使用說明書
Arahan Pengendalian
‫التشغيل‬ ‫تعليمات‬
Automatic Espresso Machine (Household Use)
自動特濃咖啡機(家庭用)
Mesin Espresso Automatik (Kegunaan rumah tangga)
)‫منزلي‬ ‫(استعمال‬ ‫أتوماتيكية‬ ‫اسبريسو‬ ‫ماكينة‬
Model No.  NC-ZA1
‫عربي‬
Page: 1
EN2
Contents	 Page
Safety Precautions	 EN3
Important Information	 EN8
Parts Names and Handling Instructions	 EN9
Display	 EN11
Flavour setting	 EN13
Before Use	 EN14
Espresso/Coffee	 EN17
Cappuccino/Latte Macchiato/Hot milk	 EN19
Powder coffee preparation	 EN22
Hot water	 EN24
Turn off the power	 EN25
Changing the setting	 EN27
Memory setting	 EN31
How to Clean	 EN33
Troubleshooting	 EN42
Error display 	 EN44
Replacement parts	 EN45
Specifications	 EN45
Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic product.
•	This product is intended for household use only.
•	Please read these instructions carefully to use the product correctly and safely.
•	Before using this product please give your special attention to “Safety Precautions” (Page EN3–EN8).
•	Please keep this Operating Instructions for future use.
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EN3
Safety Precautions	 Please make sure to follow these
instructions.
In order to prevent accidents or injuries to the user, other people, and
damage to property, please follow the instructions below.
Q
QThe following charts indicate the degree of damage caused by
wrong operation.
WARNING: Indicates serious injury or death.
CAUTION: Indicates risk of injury or property damage.
Q
QThe symbols are classified and explained as follows.
This symbol indicates prohibition.
This symbol indicates requirement that must be followed.
WARNING
O
O
Power cord
Power plug
Do not damage the power cord or power
plug.
Following actions are strictly prohibited.
Modifying, touching on or placing near
heating elements, bending, twisting, pulling,
pulled over sharp edges, putting heavy
objects on top, bundling the power cord and
carrying the appliance by the power cord.
(It may cause electric shock, or fire due to short circuit.)
O
ODo not use the appliance if the power cord or power plug is
damaged or the power plug is loosely connected to the outlet.
(It may cause electric shock, or fire due to short circuit.)
«
«If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in
order to avoid a hazard.
O
ODo not plug or unplug the power plug with wet hands.
(It may cause electric shock.)
•	Always ensure that hands are dry before handling the power plug
or switching on the appliance.
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EN4
WARNING
O
OMake sure the voltage indicated on the label of the appliance
is the same as your local supply.
(It may cause electric shock or fire.)
Also avoid plugging other devices into the same outlet to prevent
electrical over heating. However, if you are connecting a number of
power plugs, make sure the total wattage does not exceed the
rated wattage of the outlet. The use of extension cords is not
recommended.
O
OInsert the power plug firmly.
(
Otherwise it may cause electric shock and fire due to heat that
may be generated around the power plug.
•	Place the appliance where the power plug can be easily pulled
out.
O
OClean the power plug regularly.
(
Dust and moisture build-up on the power plug may cause
insufficient insulation, which may cause a fire.
«
«Unplug the power plug, and wipe with a dry cloth.
O
OKeep the power cord out of reach of children. Do not let the
power cord hang over the edge of the table or worktop.
(It may cause burns, injury or electric shock.)
O
ODo not immerse the appliance in water or splash it with water.
(It may cause electric shock, or fire due to short circuit.)
O
ODo not disassemble, repair or modify this appliance.
(It may cause fire, electric shock or injury.)
«
«Please contact the service centre for the repair.
O
ODo not touch or get your face close to places where steam is
coming out.
(It may cause burns or injury.)
•	Especially keep the appliance out of reach of infants and children.
)
)
Safety Precautions	 Please make sure to follow these
instructions.
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EN5
WARNING
O
OThis appliance is not intended for use by persons (including
children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they
have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of
the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
(It may cause burns, injury or electric shock.)
O
OAlways keep the children away from the appliance and
cleaning agent.
(It may cause burns or injury.)
•	Children do not realise dangers that are likely to occur because of
improper use of appliances.
O
ODiscontinue using the appliance immediately and unplug in
the unlikely event that this appliance stops working properly.
(It may cause smoking, fire, electric shock or burns.)
e.g. for abnormal operation or break down
•	The power plug and the power cord become abnormally hot.
•	The power cord is damaged or the appliance power fails.
•	The main body is deformed, has visible damage or is abnormally
hot.
•	Water is leaking from the inside of main body.
•	There is another abnormality or failure.
«
«Please unplug the appliance immediately and contact the
service centre for the check or the repair.
O
ODo not allow infants and children to play with packaging
material.
(It may cause suffocation.)
O
ODo not open the water tank, dispenser or tray while the coffee
is brewing.
(It may cause burns.)
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EN6
CAUTION
O
ODo not use the appliance for any purpose other than those
described in these instructions.
(It may cause burns or injury.)
•	Panasonic will not accept any liability if the appliance is subject to
improper use, or failure to comply with these instructions.
O
ODo not insert any object in the gaps.
(It may cause electric shock.)
•	Especially metal objects such as pins or wires.
O
ODo not touch the hot surface such as coffee spouts while
appliance is in use or immediately after use.
(It may cause burns.)
•	Never touch the appliance with wet hands.
O
ODo not use the appliance on following places.
•	On uneven surfaces, on carpet, non-water-resistant surface or
table cloths etc.
(It may cause fire or injury.)
•	Places where it may be splashed with water or near a heat
source.
(It may cause electric shock or electrical leakage.)
•	Near any open water such as bathtubs, sinks, or other containers.
(It may cause electric shock or electrical leakage.)
•	Near a wall or furniture.
(It may cause discolouration or deformation.)
•	Places that could be damaged even by moderate heat.
(It may cause discolouration or deformation.)
•	Places where it is not strong enough to hold the appliance.
(It may cause damage or injury.)
•	In enclosed spaces such as a built-in cupboard.
(It may cause discolouration or deformation.)
Safety Precautions	 Please make sure to follow these
instructions.
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EN7
CAUTION
O
ODo not remove the cup or pot while brewing.
(It may cause burns.)
O
ODo not move the appliance by holding dispenser or drip tray.
(It may cause injury.)
O
ODo not reach into the grinding unit.
(It may cause injury.)
O
ODo not hold the espresso machine with the power cord.
(It may cause fire or electric shock.)
O
OMake sure to hold the power plug when unplugging the power
plug. Never pull on the power cord.
(Otherwise it may cause electric shock, or fire due to short circuit.)
O
OAlways ensure the appliance is switched off and unplug the
power plug when the appliance is not in use, before moving
and before cleaning (except cleaning function).
(
Otherwise it may cause electric shock, or fire due to electric
leakage.
O
OPlace the appliance (including the drip tray and Latte
Macchiato plate) on a firm, dry, clean flat heatproof worktop.
(Otherwise it may cause burns or injury.)
O
OBeware not to be tripped over or get caught in the power cord
while in use.
(Otherwise it may cause burns or injury.)
O
ODo not touch, block or cover the steam vent holes during use.
(It may cause discolouration.)
•	Especially pay attention when supervising children.
)
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EN8
CAUTION
O
OUnplug and allow the appliance to cool down fully before
cleaning and storing away.
(It may cause burns.)
O
OMake sure to clean the appliance after every use.
(
Otherwise it may cause burns due to overflow by clogging the
filter holder.
O
OAvoid getting contact with the skin or eyes while handling
cleaning agent.
(It may cause injury.)
«
«In case of contact with skin or eyes, rinse immediately with
plenty of water and consult a doctor.
O
OIf the cleaning agent comes into contact with sensitive
surfaces, clean up any splashes immediately.
(It may cause discolouration damage.)
)
Safety Precautions	 Please make sure to follow these
instructions.
Important Information
•	Do not fill the water tank with milk (including soy and rice milk), mineral
water, sparkling water or hot water etc. Only use tap water.
(It may cause a malfunction.)
•	Do not use the appliance outdoors.
•	Do not place coffee powder in the powder coffee shaft when the
appliance is not turned on.
•	Adjust the grinding level only while coffee beans are ground. (P. EN10)
•	Do not fill the coffee bean container with freeze-dry, candied or
caramelised or oily coffee beans or water.
•	Do not use any attachment and cleaning agent other than those
provided or recommended by the manufacturer. (P. EN45)
•	If leaving the appliance unattended for long time, turn the power off.
•	Do not use the appliance in a place where the temperature could drop
below freezing point.
(It may cause a malfunction.)
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EN9
Filter cartridge
It may only be used together with the
BRITA INTENZA water filter cartridge;
cartridge is not supplied by default.
Cartridges are available from your local
BRITA or Panasonic customer service:
www.brita.net
http://panasonic.net/
(Availability varies by country.)
Parts Names and Handling
Instructions
Q
Q 
Wash the all detachable parts before using the appliance for the first time or when you have not used it for a while. (P. EN33)
For parts names inside the door, refer to “How to Clean” on pages EN34–EN36.
Coffee bean container (P. EN10)
Quick reference (Inserted)
Power button
Display (P. EN11, EN12)
Steam vent
Dispenser
Door
•
• Open the door by pressing it.
Make sure top of the door and
dispenser are same high.
Power cord
Spout
Power plug
* 
The shape of plug may
be different from
illustration.
Waste container
•
• Push the waste container and pull
it out.
Water tank (P. EN10)
Sold separately
Drip tray
Stainless steel
plate
Place the stainless steel plate (rounded
edge is facing up) on the drip tray.
Push them into the espresso machine until
they snap into place.
Open the drip tray by pressing it.
Latte Macchiato plate
•
• Close the drip tray by pressing it
and place the Latte Macchiato
plate until it snaps into place.
Measuring spoon
(
with cleaning brush
and setting function
Adapter
(for filter cartridge)
Cleaning tablets*
Bean container
extension (P. EN10)
Milk hose
Descaling agent*
Test strip
(
for determining the
water hardness
Quick reference
Milk system cleaner*
) )
Accessories
Page: 9
EN10
Parts Names and Handling
Instructions(Continued)
Coffee bean container
Powder coffee
shaft Grinding setting
lever
Coffee bean
container lid
Powder coffee
shaft lid
Setting the grinding fineness
Turn the grinding setting lever to the desired level of fineness.
Only set the grinding fineness when the grinder is running.	
During grinding, do not touch coffee beans or put fingers into
the grinder. Close the coffee bean container lid after adjusting
the lever.
Fine ground for “Intensive taste”.
Use this setting for light roasted coffee beans.
Medium ground for “normal taste”.
Use this setting for medium roasted coffee
beans.
Coarse ground for “mild taste”.
Use this setting for dark roasted coffee beans.
•
• Taste does not meet at your desire right away.
Wait for a few times brewing to get desire taste.
To attach the bean container extension
O
O If you desire to increase the capacity of the standard coffee bean container from 125 g to 250 g, proceed
as follows.
1	
Remove the coffee bean container lid from its holder.
2	
Remove the powder coffee shaft lid by opening it to an upright position and pulling it out of its
holder.
3	
Put the bean container extension onto the coffee bean container.
Make sure that the grinding setting levers are at the same position each other.
4	
Attach the powder coffee shaft lid and close the coffee bean container lid.
Water tank
Helps to keep in mind changing time of the filter
cartridge.
IN: 
Time the filter cartridge was attached.
OUT: 
Time to change the filter cartridge.
1	
Attach the adapter to the filter
cartridge.
2	
Insert the filter cartridge with the
adapter into the guides as the
illustration.
* sold separately
Note
•
• The cartridge must be from BRITA INTENZA.
Similar INTENZA from different manufacture will not fit to this
espresso machine.
Filter time control
Water tank lid Filter cartridge* Adapter
Lift up the lid to
open.
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EN11
Display
Menu	display
Operation	icon
Main	menu
Espresso (P. EN17)
Coffee (P. EN17)
Cappuccino* (P. EN19)
Latte Macchiato* (P. EN19)
Hot milk/foam* (P. EN19)
Hot water (P. EN24)
Powder coffee preparation (P. EN22)
Memory menu (P. EN31)
• If no action for 1 minute, display turns dark.
*Milk menu
User	menu
Coffee temperature (P. EN27)
Heating mode (P. EN27)
Auto off timer (P. EN28)
Cup illumination (P. EN28)
ml / oz selection (P. EN29)
Water hardness level (P. EN29)
Milk system cleaning programme (P. EN39)
Cleaning programme (P. EN37)
Descaling programme (P. EN40)
Setting Return Start
OK Reset (P. EN30) Stop
Save Delete
Information
(P. EN30)
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EN12
Display	(Continued)
Information	display
Following	displays	appear	during	operations.
Refill	with	water
After the water tank is replaced, it takes approx. 5 seconds to detect it.
To ensure there is sufficient water for one dispensing, this display shows even when there may be water
remaining in the water tank.
Empty	the	waste	container
Only empty it when the espresso machine is turned on.
Otherwise, it shows again next time power is turned on.
Open	the	drip	tray Simple	rinsing	(P.	EN21)
Refill	with	coffee	beans Rinsing	cycle
Attach	the	waste	container
Cleaning	the	milk	system
Close	the	door
Heating	up
Restart	brewing
Cleaning	programme
In	process
It shows after the brewing and rinsing
etc.
Descaling	programme
Stop	the	process
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EN13
Flavour	setting
Espresso/Coffee
Espresso Coffee
Setting	range Default Setting	range Default
Coffee	amount
<mL>
20–100 mL (change by 5 mL)
<oz>
0.7–3.5 oz (change by 0.1 or 0.2 oz)
35 mL
1.2 oz
<mL>
60–300 mL (change by 10 mL)
<oz>
2.1–10.6 oz (change by 0.3 or 0.4 oz)
120 mL
4.2 oz
Bean	level
extra light
normal
extra light
normal
light light
normal normal
strong strong
extra strong extra strong
Number	of	cups	for	
a	pot
— —
3–6 cups
each: 120 mL/4.2 oz
3 cups
Milk	menu
• Select your flavour by pressing the or icon repeatedly.
Note
• First time of use or change the type of coffee beans, taste does not meet at your desire right away.
Wait for a few times brewing to get desire taste.
Setting	range
Default
Cappuccino Latte	Macchiato Hot	milk
Coffee	amount
<mL>
60–300 mL (change by 10 mL)
<oz>
2.1–10.6 oz (change by 0.3 or 0.4 oz)
120 mL
4.2 oz
180 mL
6.3 oz
120 mL
4.2 oz
Bean	level
extra light
normal normal —
light
normal
strong
extra strong
Milk	foam
no foam
extra rich extra rich extra rich
normal
rich
extra rich
Milk	and	coffee	ratio
Milk : Coffee
80 : 20–20 : 80
Milk : Coffee
60 : 40
Milk : Coffee
80 : 20
—
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EN14
Before Use
<Preparations>
1	Fill the water tank with fresh cold water.
1	
Push the dispenser up into the upper position.
2	
Push the water tank and pull it out.



3	
Fill the water tank with tap water up to “Max”
(maximum) line.
Dry off the out side of water tank. “Max” (maximum) line
“Min” (minimum) line
4	
Replace the water tank.
Push it until it snaps in.
Note
•
• Do not fill the water tank with milk (including soy and rice milk), mineral water, sparkling water or hot water etc. Only use tap
water.
•
• When filling the water tank with water, hold the bottom of the water tank with both hands.
Page: 14
EN15
2	Turn	the	power	on.
1	
Plug in and press the power button.
• Make sure the waste container, water tank, drip tray and stainless steel plate are fitted.
• Open the drip tray by pressing it. (Attention for drip tray display will show for 3 seconds after the espresso machine is
heated up.)
Heats up the machine
automatically.
2	
Press to start rinsing.
• Make sure the drip tray is opened. Otherwise hot water will dispense onto the countertop.
When	rinsing	is	complete	(dispense	hot	
water	4	times),	the	display	will	return	to	
the	main	menu.	Wait	until	the	display	
shows	the	main	menu.
Note
• When starting up for the first time or when the water tank was
completely emptied, water suction may take a little longer dispensing
hot water for rinsing cycle.
• A small amount of water can get into the waste container during each
rinsing cycle. This is system-related and not a fault.
• If is pressed during the rinsing cycle, it immediately stops
the process.
After flashes, the display will return to the previous display.
• When dispensing hot water into the drip tray during rinsing cycle, you
may place the container under the dispenser.
• During the rinsing, water is to collect in the drip tray.
When water is full in the drip tray, the red float will be float up.
• If the drip tray is closed with the red float is float up, the red float may
be stuck inside. Try to open the drip tray by pressing it. If it still does
not open, remove the water tank and waste container and press down
the red float through the opening to remove the drip tray.
Float
Page: 15
EN16
<Setting	water	hardness>
Before using the espresso machine for the first time, it should be set to the appropriate water hardness for your area.
1	Determine	the	water	hardness.
1	
Dip the test strip into cold water for 1 second and shake off the excess water.
2	
Read the water hardness from the pink-coloured areas on test strip after approximately 1 minute.
Water hardness level
1
soft
2
medium-hard
3
hard
4
very hard
Water hardness mol/m3
German hardness
French hardness
up to 1.24
up to 7°
up to 12.6°
up to 2.5
up to 14°
up to 25.2°
up to 3.7
up to 21°
up to 37.8°
over 3.7
over 21°
over 38°
Test strip
2	Press	 .
3	Select	“water	hardness	level”.
Note
• If the no action for 30 seconds or is pressed, the display will
return to the main menu.
4	Select	level	and	press	 	to	save	the	setting.
(e.g. for very hard)
Soft
The selected setting will light up
in blue.
Very hard
Note
• If the no action for 30 seconds, the display will return to the
main menu without saving the settings.
• If is pressed, the display will return to the previous
display without saving the setting.
Before	Use	(Continued)
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EN17
Espresso/Coffee
1	Fill	the	coffee	bean	container	with	whole	coffee	beans	and	close	the	lid.	
Then	place	a	cup(s)	or	pot	under	the	spout.
• When preparing drink for a pot, use the Latte Macchiato plate. (Height between the dispenser and Latte Macchiato plate:
approx. 14 cm)
• Make sure the door is closed firmly.
Note
• In order to reduce heat and splashing, adjust the dispenser height to
suit your cup size by moving it up and down.
If the dispenser is difficult to move, clean it. (P. EN34)
• When preparing 2 cups of drink, place the
cups under the spout side by side.
• Preheat a cup(s) or pot by pouring hot water or use the hot water
menu (P. EN24) to have hot and tasty coffee.
After preheating a cup(s) or pot, throw the hot water away.
2	Select	“Espresso”	or	“Coffee”	on	the	main	menu.
Espresso
Coffee
3	Select	the	number	of	cups	or	pot	and	adjust	the	taste	to	your	desire.
• The selected cup will light up in blue.
• Press
The selected cup will light up in blue.
or
The selected cup will light up in blue.
repeatedly to adjust quantity for coffee and coffee beans. (P. EN13)
• If adjustment is unnecessary, move on to step 4.
(e.g.: When 1 cup is selected
on espresso menu (e.g.: When 2 cups are
selected on coffee menu (e.g.: When pot is selected
on coffee menu
(Not available for espresso)
Note
• If is pressed, the display will return to the previous display.
• Fill the water tank with water up to “Max” (maximum) line when preparing 6 cups of drink for a pot.
• If you wish to memorise your settings, see P. EN31.
) ) )
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EN18
4	Press	 	to	start	brewing.
(e.g.: When 1 cup is selected on coffee menu)
Time bar is increasing
according to process.
When the brewing is complete,
the display will return to the main
menu. Wait until the display
shows the main menu before
removing the cup(s) or pot.
Note
• If is pressed during the brewing process, it immediately
stops the process.
After flashes, the display will return to the main menu.
• If is pressed, the display will return to the previous display.
• If the temperature of the water is not sufficient to
brew coffee, the heating up process will be used
prior to the brewing process.
	
Q To	turn	off	the	power	after	use	«	P.	EN25
Espresso/Coffee	(Continued)
If	following	display	shows;
refill with beans. refill with water.
empty the waste
container.
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EN19
Cappuccino/Latte Macchiato/Hot
milk
Preparations:
(P. EN14)
1	
Fill the water tank with water.
2	
Operate rinsing cycle.
1	Attach the milk hose.
1	
Insert the straight cut end of the milk hose through
the side opening of the espresso machine.
2	
Insert the end of the milk hose into the opening on
the side of the milk foamer until it stops.
3	
Press the milk hose into the guide, then close the
door.
4	
Insert the milk hose into the milk package.
Do not use soy or rice milk otherwise it may
influence the milk foam quality.
	
2	Fill the coffee bean container with whole coffee beans (except hot milk
preparation). Then place a cup(s) under the spout.
•
• When using a tall cup, use the Latte Macchiato
plate instead of the drip tray.
•
• Preparing hot milk, move on to step 3.
Note
•
• In order to reduce heat and splashing, adjust the dispenser height to
suit your cup size by moving it up and down.
If the dispenser is difficult to move, clean it. (P. EN34)
•
• When preparing 2 cups of drink, place the
cups under the spout side by side.
•
• Preheat a cup(s) or pot by pouring hot water or use the hot water
menu (P. EN24) to have hot and tasty coffee.
After preheating a cup(s) or pot, throw the hot water away.
•
• Result of the Latte Macchiato may vary by the shape of glass.
	
3	Select “Cappuccino”, “Latte Macchiato” or “Hot milk” on the main menu.
Cappuccino
Latte Macchiato
Hot milk



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EN20
4	Select	the	number	of	cups	and	adjust	the	taste	as	desired.
• The selected cup will light up in blue.
• If adjustment is unnecessary, move on to step 6.
• Press or repeatedly to adjust quantity of coffee, coffee beans and milk foam. (P. EN13)
(e.g.: When cappuccino or Latte Macchiato
is selected for 1 cup
(e.g.: When hot milk is selected for 1 cup)
To	adjust	coffee	and	milk	
ratio,	press	
To	adjust	coffee	and	milk	
	and	move	on	
to	step	5.
To	start,	move	on	to	step	6.
5	Adjust	the	coffee	and	milk	ratio	to	your	desire.
• If adjustment is unnecessary, move on to the step 6.
• Press or repeatedly to adjust the coffee and milk ratio. (P. EN13)
(e.g.: When cappuccino is selected
60% : 40% = milk : coffee
Note
• When “Latte Macchiato” is selected, the coffee and milk ratio will be
displayed as 80% and 20%.
• If is pressed, the display will return to the main menu.
• If you wish to memorise your settings, see P. EN31.
• If
If you wish to memorise your settings, see P. EN31.
is pressed, return to step 4.
)
)
Cappuccino/Latte	Macchiato/Hot	
milk	(Continued)
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EN21
6	Press	 	to	start	brewing.
(e.g.: When cappuccino is selected)
Time bar is increasing according to process.
Wait until display shows
to remove the cup(s).
Note
• Be careful with steam coming out after
is pressed.
• If is pressed during the brewing process, it immediately
stops the process.
After flashes, the display will move on to step 7.
• If the temperature of the water is not sufficient to brew coffee, the
heating up process will be performed first.
• When brewing cappuccino or Latte Macchiato, the display shows as
follows.
Between brewing milk and coffee, brewing will
be paused.
• If surface of milk is higher than the spouts position, it may cause milk
to drip from the dispenser. In that case, pull up the dispenser to the
highest position. If it does not stop, pull the hose out from the milk
package and re-insert.
(simple rinsing)
7	Fill	a	glass	with	clean	water	and	press	 	to	start	rinsing.
• This cleaning cycle is for next drink preparation without milk residue.
• Switch the milk hose from milk package to the glass and set the empty cup under the dispenser. (Cup size > 250 mL)
The	display	will	return	to	the	main	menu	
when	the	rinsing	cycle	is	completed.
Note
• If you prepare milk menu continuously, skip this cycle by pressing
.
• If is pressed during the rinsing cycle, it immediately stops
the process.
After flashes, the display will return to the previous display.
	
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EN22
Powder	coffee	preparation
Preparations:
(P. EN14)
1	
Fill the water tank with water.
2	
Operate rinsing cycle.
1	Select	“powder	coffee	preparation”	on	the	main	menu.
2	Select	drink	menu.
• If you select milk menu, attach the milk hose to the espresso machine. (P. EN19)
Cappuccino
Latte Macchiato
Coffee
Espresso
Note
• If is pressed, the display will return to the main menu.
3	Fill	the	powder	coffee	shaft	with	one	level	measuring	spoon	of	fresh	coffee	
powder	and	close	the	lids.	Place	a	cup	under	the	spout.	Then	press	
.
• Make sure the powder coffee shaft is dry before filling with coffee powder. Continuous usage may cause condensation in
the powder coffee shaft.
• Make sure the door is closed firmly.
Note
• In order to reduce heat and splashing, adjust the dispenser height to
suit your cup size by moving it up and down. If the dispenser is difficult
to move, clean it. (P. EN34)
• Ensure that you only use the measuring spoon provided.
• Do not fill more than one level measuring spoon (max. 10 g) of coffee
powder.
• Do not fill the powder coffee shaft with water-soluble, freeze-dried,
instant products or other drink powders.
• Too finely ground coffee powder may clog the brewing unit.
• Preheat a cup by pouring hot water or use hot water menu (P. EN24)
to have hot and tasty coffee.
After preheating a cup, throw the hot water away.
• If is pressed, the display will return to the previous display.
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EN23
4	Adjust	cup	filling	quantity	and/or	milk	foam	as	desired.
• If adjustment is unnecessary, move on to the step 6.
• Press or repeatedly to adjust quantity for coffee and/or milk foam. (P. EN13)
(e.g.: Espresso/Coffee) (e.g.: Cappuccino/Latte Macchiato)
To	start,	move	on	to	step	6. To	adjust	coffee	and	milk	ratio,	
press	
To	adjust	coffee	and	milk	ratio,	
	and	move	on	to	step	5.
Note
• Only one cup can be prepared with this function.
• If is pressed, the display will return to the select drink menu (step 2). At same time the Espresso machine release
the coffee powder into the waste container. Refill the powder coffee at step 3.
5	Adjust	coffee	and	milk	ratio.
(e.g.: Cappuccino
60% : 40% = milk : coffee Note
• When “Latte Macchiato” is selected, the cup filling quantity will be
displayed as 80% and 20%.
• If is pressed, the display will return to the select drink menu.
6	Press	 	to	start	brewing.
(e.g.: Espresso/Coffee) (e.g.: Cappuccino)
Note
• If is pressed during the brewing process, it
immediately stops the process.
After flashes, the display will return to the main menu.
O When brewing is completed, display will return to the main menu.
Wait until display shows the main menu to remove the cup(s).
	
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EN24
Hot	water
Preparations:
(P. EN14)
1	
Fill the water tank with water.
2	
Operate rinsing cycle.
• Make sure the milk hose is not attached.
1	Select	“hot	water”	on	the	main	menu.
Then	place	a	cup(s)	under	the	spout.
Note
• If simple rinsing is skipped after milk menu, milk residue may mix into
the hot water. (Step 7 on P. EN21)
In that case dispense the hot water a few times.
2	Select	the	number	of	cups	and	adjust	quantity.
• The selected cup will light up in blue.
• If adjustment is unnecessary, move on to the step 3.
• Press or repeatedly to adjust quantity for hot water.
Note
• If is pressed, the display will return to the previous menu.
3	Press	 	to	start	brewing.
Note
• If is pressed, the display will return to the main menu.
• If is pressed during the brewing process, it immediately
stops the process.
After flashes, the display will return to the main menu.
O When brewing is completed, display will return to the main menu.
Wait until display shows the main menu to remove the cup(s).
	
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EN25
Turn	off	the	power
After the power is turned off, the cleaning cycle starts. The cleaning cycle will vary depending on which menus have been used
whilst the espresso machine is turned on. If milk menus were used, milk system cleaning will be included.
1	Turn	off	the	power.
• If milk system cleaning is not necessary, cleaning will start from step 3.
• If the coffee or milk menus are not prepared, it will turn off without cleaning.
2	Clean	the	milk	system.	(Only	for	milk	menu)
1	
Fill a glass with 250 mL of water and
7.5–15 mL of milk system cleaner.
Place an empty cup under the dispenser.
(Cup size > 250 mL)
Then press .
• If the milk hose is not attached, attach it to
espresso machine. (P. EN19)
Note
• Be careful with steam coming out after is pressed.
• If is not pressed for 15 minutes, the espresso machine will
turn off without running the rinsing cycle.
• If is pressed, it immediately stops the rinsing process.
After flashes, the display will return to the previous display.
• Clean the milk foamer nozzle every day that a milk menu drink is
prepared. (P. EN36)
2	
Fill the glass with clean water and press
to start the rinsing cycle again.
Place an empty cup under the dispenser
before starting. (Cup size > 250 mL)
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EN26
3	Press	 	to	start	the	rinsing	cycle.
When	the	rinsing	cycle	has	finished,	the	
power	turns	off.	Then	unplug	the	espresso	
machine.
Note
• Before starting, following display shows to make actions. (Shows
3 seconds each)
empty the waste
container.
open the drip tray.
• If is not pressed for 15 minutes, the espresso machine will
turn off without running the rinsing cycle.
• If is pressed, it immediately stops the rinsing process.
After flashes, the display will return to the previous display.
Espresso	machine	will	turn	off	automatically	in	the	following	conditions.
• When the time set in auto shut off is reached. (P. EN28)
• No action for 15 minutes on step 2 or step 3. « Shut off without rinsing process.
In that case, the machine starts with the cleaning cycle the next time power is turned on.
Turn	off	the	power	(Continued)
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EN27
Changing	the	setting
Coffee	temperature
Select	temperature	from	5	levels	on	your	drink.	
(Default	setting:	middle)
1	Press	 	on	the	main	menu.
2	Select	“coffee	temperature”	on	the	user	
menu.
3	Select	level	and	press	 	to	save	the	
setting.
• The selected setting will light up in blue.
Low High
Heating	mode
Select	heater	condition	from	3	modes.	(Default	
setting:	Eco	mode)
1	Press	 	on	the	main	menu.
2	Select	“heating	mode”	on	the	user	menu.
3	Select	level	and	press	 	to	save	the	
setting.
• The selected setting will light up in blue.
Standby
mode
Standard mode
Eco mode
(Eco mode)
There is a short wait as the heating system is only
switched on when a drink is to be brewed.
Recommended when the machine is used
occasionally.
(Standard mode)
The heating system is turned on, only for coffee and
espresso with a short waiting time. Recommended for
frequent preparation of coffee and espresso.
(Standby mode)
The heating system and additional heating are
activated permanently. Recommended for frequent
preparation of milk menus.
Note
• If there is no action for 30 seconds, the display will return to
the main menu without saving the setting.
• If is pressed, the display will return to the previous
display without saving the setting.
• When setting is completed, the display will return to the user
menu. To return to the main menu, press .
O Changing settings from the default.
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EN28
Changing	the	setting	(Continued)
Auto	off	timer
Select	auto	off	timing	from	5	auto	off	times	(1–5	hours).	
(Default	setting:	1	hour)
1	Press	 	on	the	main	menu.
2	Select	“auto	off	timer”	on	the	user	menu.
3	Select	time	and	press	 	to	save	the	
setting.
• The selected setting will light up in blue.
• The shut-off time begins after the last operation.
1 hr 5 hr
Cup	illumination
Select	cup	illumination	on	the	dispenser	from	
3	modes.	(Default	setting:	auto)
1	Press	 	on	the	main	menu.
2	Select	“cup	illumination”	on	the	user	menu.
3	Select	desired	operating	mode	and	press	
	to	save	the	setting.
• The selected setting will light up in blue.
On
Off
(Off)
Cup illumination is off.
(On)
Cup illumination is always on.
(Auto)
Cup illumination is turned on and off by operation of
the espresso machine.
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EN29
ml	/	oz	selection
1	Press	 	on	the	main	menu.
2	Select	“ml	/	oz	selection”	on	the	user	menu.
3	Select	“ml”	or	“oz”	and	press	 	to	
save	the	setting.
• The selected setting will light up in blue.
*1 oz is approx. 28.41 mL
Water	hardness	level
1	Press	 	on	the	main	menu.
2	Select	“water	hardness	level”	on	the	user	
menu.
3	Select	level	and	press	 	to	save	the	
setting.
• The selected setting will light up in blue.
(e.g. for very hard)
Soft Very hard
	
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Note
• If there is no action for 30 seconds, the display will return to the main menu without saving the setting.
• If is pressed, the display will return to the previous display without saving the setting.
• When setting is completed, the display will return to the user menu. To return to the main menu, press .
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EN30
Reset
You	can	reset	all	settings	to	factory	settings	by	this	
mode.
1	Press	 	on	the	main	menu.
2	Press	 	on	the	user	menu.
3	Press	 .
Information
This	displays	the	total	cups	made	and	setting	
information	for	this	espresso	machine.
If	there	is	a	problem	with	the	espresso	machine,	
the	setting	information	will	be	helpful	for	service.
1	Press	 	on	the	main	menu.
2	Press	 	on	the	user	menu.
3	Press	 .
Note
• If there is no action for 30 seconds, the display will return to
the main menu.
• If is pressed, the display will return to the previous
display.
• When setting is completed, the display will return to the user
menu. To return to the main menu, press .
Changing	the	setting	(Continued)
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EN31
Note
• If is pressed, the display will return to the previous
display.
Memory	setting
Memory	setting
1	Select	“memory	menu”	in	the	main	menu.
2	Select	an	available	memory	from	the	memory	
menu.
• Greyed-out icons are yet to be used.
3	Select	desired	drink.
(e.g. for coffee)
4	Adjust	the	quantity	and	taste.
Then	press	 	to	save	the	setting.
(e.g. for coffee)
Returns	to	the	memory	menu
Using	memory	setting
1	Display	the	memory	menu	as	step	1	on	
“Memory	setting”.	Then	select	“memory”	you	
wish	to	use.
• Blue icons can be selected.
2	Press	 	to	start	brewing.
Returns	to	the	main	menu	after	brewing
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EN32
Changing	memory	setting
1	Display	the	memory	menu	as	step	1	on	
“Memory	setting”.	Then	press	 .
2	Select	“memory”	you	wish	to	change.
• Greyed-out icons cannot be selected.
3	Adjust	the	quantity	and	press	 	to	
save	the	setting.
(e.g. for coffee)
Returns	to	the	memory	menu
Deleting	memory	setting
1	Display	the	memory	menu	as	step	1	on	
“Memory	setting”.	Then	press	 .
2	Select	“memory”	to	delete	and	press	 .
• The selected setting will light up in blue.
Returns	to	the	memory	menu
Note
• If is pressed, the display will return to the previous display.
Memory	setting	(Continued)
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EN33
How to Clean
Q
Q Clean the appliance after every use.
Q
Q Unplug and make sure that the appliance has cooled down before cleaning.
Note
•
• Do not use benzine, thinner, alcohol, bleach, polishing powder, metal brush or nylon brush, otherwise the surface will be
damaged.
•
• Do not wash in a dishwasher.
•
• Do not clean the appliance with pointed object such as a toothpick or pin.
Main body
Wipe with a well-wrung
cloth.
Waste container/water tank
After removing the parts, wash with
diluted dish soap (neutral) and a soft
sponge.
Drip tray/Latte Macchiato plate
After removing the parts,
wash with diluted dish
soap (neutral) and a soft
sponge.
Coffee bean container/powder coffee shaft
Wipe them off with a lint-free cloth.
<Lid>
After removing the parts, wash with diluted dish soap (neutral) and a soft
sponge. Then dry them well.
To clean the inside of the door,
see pages EN34–EN36.
Dispenser (P. EN34)
Spout (P. EN34)
Filter
Wash the filter of the water tank under
running water through the opening.
(It is not removable.)
Filter
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EN34
Dispenser:
Clean the dispensing spouts weekly or if used intensively, clean it frequently.
Clean the dispenser from the inside and outside with warm water and a suitable
brush to remove any residue and prevent mould from forming.
<To	remove>
1	Press	the	left	side	of	the	door	
with	the	dispenser	to	open.	
(P.	EN9)
2	Press	the	dispenser	upwards.	
Pull	the	distribution	hose	
lightly	from	the	inner	side	of	
the	door	and	pressing	to	the	
left	so	that	it	clicks	out	of	the	
fastener.	Then	remove	the	
dispenser.




<To	attach>
1	Place	the	dispenser	in	the	upper	position	
back	into	the	door	and	push	it	slightly	
and	slide	it	down	until	top	of	door	high.
2	Pull	the	hose	from	inner	side	of	the	door	opening	and	press	it	to	
the	right	into	the	holder	and	push	the	funnel-shaped	part	of	the	
hose	back	into	the	collar	until	it	fits	perfectly.
 
Holder
Dispenser
Collar Collar
3	Make	sure	top	of	the	door	and	dispenser	are	same	high,	and	
close	the	door	firmly.
Cleaning when spout is clogged
1	Disassemble	the	dispenser.	Grip	and	pull	the	loose	hose	end	near	to	the	
spring	and	pull	both	hose	ends	with	the	sleeve	ends	out	of	the	spout.
2	Pull	the	sleeves	out	of	hoses		and	disconnect	the	hoses	from	the	
connecting	piece	.	Pull	the	hose	and	spring	together	from	connecting	
piece	.
3	Leave	the	parts	immersed	in	a	milk	system	cleaner	for	several	hours.	
Refer	to	the	instructions	on	the	milk	system	cleaner	for	the	exact	
quantity.	Then	rinse	them	thoroughly	with	clean	water.
4	To	assemble,	insert	both	sleeve	ends	and	hoses	back	together.	Insert	
both	sleeve	ends	into	the	small	spouts	1	and	press	them	in	until	they	
snap	in	properly.	Push	the	connecting	piece	into	the	fixing	slot	2.	Then	
push	the	hoses	to	the	right	and	left	under	the	frame	3.
Note
• If sleeves are inserted into large spouts, coffee is not dispensed
straight.





 

 
Correct Incorrect
How	to	Clean	(Continued)
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EN35
Brewing unit:
Clean the brewing unit weekly or if used intensively, clean it frequently.
1	Press the left side of the door with the dispenser to open. (P. EN9)
2	Remove the waste container by pressing the container and pulling it out of
the espresso machine.
3	Grip the lower front part of the brewing unit and pull it out to the front. Use
your other hand to stop it from falling out.
4	Turn the brewing unit upside down and clean the opened brewing unit
under warm running water with a brush, then shake it lightly. In particular,
the stainless steel filter must be rinsed out well to remove any coffee
residue.
•
• To clean the two stainless steel filters, open the brewing unit, turn it upside down and fold
down the ejector. If the brewing unit cannot be opened because it is blocked, refer to
page EN44 (U10) on how to open it.
Stainless
steel filter
Recommendation:
Soak the brewing unit for approximately 30 minutes in lukewarm water containing
a diluted dish soap (neutral) and rinse well.
5	After the brewing unit is dried off well, insert it into the guide grooves and
push it completely into the espresso machine.
6	Place the waste container into the espresso machine and close the door.
•
• Make sure top of the door and dispenser are same high, and close the door firmly.
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EN36
Milk foamer nozzle:
Clean the milk foamer nozzle every day that a milk menu drink is prepared.
1	Press the left side of the door with the dispenser to open.
(P. EN9)
•
• When opening and closing the door, the dispenser should be located at the
upper position, otherwise the milk hose on the inside will be jammed.
2	Pull the milk hose out of the milk foamer. Then fold the lever on
the milk foamer upwards and pull the milk foamer out towards
you.
Lever
3	Open the cap from the milk foamer. Then remove the milk foamer
nozzle from the milk foamer by inserting the rounded end of the
measuring spoon into the slot of the milk foamer nozzle and
turning 45° to pull it out. The nozzle is lifted up slightly during
turning, so that it can be removed more easily.
Cap
Milk foamer nozzle
4	Clean the milk foamer nozzle with a thin needle.
•
• Do not use a metal brush or nylon brush.
5	Mix 250 mL of water with 7.5–15 mL of milk system cleaner.
6	Leave all parts of the milk foamer in the cleaner solution for
5 hours or over night and rinse well.
7	Use the brush of the measuring spoon to clean all parts of the
milk foamer nozzle. Make sure that all vents of the milk foamer
and its nozzle are cleaned with brush and rinse well.
8	Put all parts back together by reversing steps 1–3.
•
• Make sure top of the door and dispenser are same high, and close the door
firmly.
How to Clean(Continued)
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EN37
Cleaning	Cycle:
Use this cycle occasionally and/or when the display shows .
This cleaning programme enables intensive cleaning of inaccessible areas. This programme takes approx. 8 minutes and should
not be interrupted. When display shows , press and follow steps from 3.
1	Press	 	on	the	main	menu.
2	Select	“cleaning	programme”.
Note
• If is pressed, the display will return to the main menu.
3	Fill	the	water	tank	with	water,	then	press	 .
Note
• If is pressed, the display will return to the previous display.
4	Place	the	cleaning	tablet	into	the	powder	coffee	shaft	and	close	the	lids,	
then	press	 .
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EN38
5	Press	 	to	start	cleaning	cycle.
• Empty the drip tray before starting cleaning cycle.
• Information clock is turning during cleaning.
Empty the drip tray or container
when the display indicates that
the drip tray must be emptied.
• When cleaning is completed, information clock will
be full bars, then return to the main menu.
Note
• The cleaning water is collected in the drip tray. Alternatively, you can
place a container (> 250 mL) under the spout.
• In the event of power failure during the cleaning programme, the
programme has to be restarted.
• If is pressed during cleaning, the process will be paused. To
continue the cleaning cycle, press .
How	to	Clean	(Continued)
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EN39
Milk	system	cleaning:
Use this programme when quality of foam is low and when milk residue gets into coffee, espresso or hot water
during espresso machine use.
1	Press	 	on	the	main	menu.
2	Select	“Milk	system	cleaning	programme”.
Note
• If is pressed, the display will return to the main menu.
3	Fill	a	glass	with	250	mL	of	water	and	7.5–15	mL	of	milk	system	cleaner.	
Place	an	empty	cup	under	the	dispenser.	(Cup	size	>	250	mL)	Then	press	
	to	start	rinsing	cycle	for	milk	system.
• If the milk hose is not attached, attach it to espresso machine. (P. EN19)
Note
• If is pressed , it immediately stops the
rinsing process.
After flashes, the display will show the
following display.
4	Fill	the	glass	with	clean	water	and	press	 	to	start	the	rinsing	cycle	
again.	Place	an	empty	cup	under	the	dispenser	before	starting.	(Cup	size	>	
250	mL)
Display	will	return	to	the	main	menu	when	
the	rinsing	cycle	is	completed.
Note
• If is pressed, it immediately stops the rinsing process.
After flashes, the display will return to the previous display.
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EN40
Decalcification	cycle:
Use this cycle occasionally and/or when the display shows .
This decalcification cycle enables simple and effective descaling. This programme runs in 2 phases and it takes approximately
11 minutes and should not be interrupted. When display shows , press and follow steps from 3.
1	Press	 	on	the	main	menu.
Note
• If the filter cartridge is set in the water tank, remove it before this
programme starts.
2	Select	“descaling	programme”.
Note
• If is pressed, the display will return to the previous display.
(First phase)
3	Fill	the	water	tank	with	250	mL	of	water	and	add	125	mL	of	descaling	
agent,	then	press	 .
Note
• If is pressed, the display will return to the previous display.
4	Press	 	to	start	decalcification	cycle.	(Approx.	9	min.)
• Empty the drip tray before starting the cleaning cycle.
Note
• If is pressed during descaling, the
display indicates to empty the drip tray. To
continue the descaling cycle, press .
How	to	Clean	(Continued)
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EN41
5	Empty	the	drip	tray	and	press	 .
(Second phase)
6	Dispose	of	the	water	in	the	water	tank	and	rinse	it	thoroughly.	Press	
.	Then	fill	it	with	clean	water	and	press	 	to	continue	the	
process.	(Approx.	2	min.)
Note
• If is pressed during descaling, the
display indicates to empty the drip tray. To
continue the descaling cycle, press .
7	Press	 .
• Empty the drip tray.
Note
• If is pressed during descaling, the
display indicates to empty the drip tray. To
continue the descaling cycle, press .
8	Press	 	to	return	the	main	menu.
• Empty the drip tray.
Note
• The cleaning water is collected in the drip tray. Empty the drip tray or container when the display indicates that the drip tray must
be emptied.
• In the event of power failure during the descaling cycle, the programme has to be restarted.
• If is pressed during descaling, the process will be paused. To continue the descaling cycle, press .
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EN42
Troubleshooting
Problem Cause and Action
Drinks are not hot
enough.
O
O Temperature setting is low. (P. EN27)
O
O Cups are too cold.
«
«Warm up cups with hot water.
O
O Room temperature is too cold.
Drinks are too weak or
strong.
O
O It is first time use of the espresso machine or shortly after changing coffee beans.
«
«Wait for a few times brewing to get desire taste.
[Powder coffee]
O
O Not enough or too much coffee powder is being used.
«
«Measure coffee properly with measuring spoon provided. (Max: 1 level of
measuring spoon)
«
«Try different kinds of coffee powder.
[Coffee beans]
O
O The settings are not properly adjusted.
«
«Try to change setting of ground coffee quantity. (P. EN17, EN20)
«
«Change grinding fineness. (P. EN10)
«
«Try different kinds of coffee beans.
O
O Coffee bean type or grinding fineness setting is changed.
«
«As there are remaining ground coffee beans in the espresso machine, it will take
a few cups for the new beans to come through.
Abnormal loud noise
during grinding.
O
O The grinding mechanism is clogged with foreign matter.
«
«Contact an authorised service centre to have the espresso machine inspected.
No milk foam or milk is
not dispensed.
O
O The distribution hose or milk hose is not connected correctly or bended.
«
«Check the distribution hose or milk hose connection. (P. EN19, EN34)
O
O The milk foamer is not inserted correctly.
«
«Fit the milk foamer correctly. (P. EN36)
O
O The milk foamer cap is open.
«
«Check the milk foamer cap. (P. EN36)
O
O The milk hose bent.
«
«Reinstall the milk hose. (P. EN19)
O
O The milk foamer is clogged.
«
«Clean the milk foamer nozzle by soaking. (Step 6 on P. EN36)
O
O The steam outlet of the espresso machine is blocked.
«
«Descale the espresso machine. (P. EN40)
Low quality foam.	
Latte Macchiato is not
three layers.
O
O Milk is too warm, too old or too high or low in fat.
«
«Use fresh cold milk and/or try use different ratio in fat.
O
O The milk foam nozzle is clogged.
«
«Clean the milk foamer nozzle. (P. EN36)
O
O The milk foamer is not clean.
«
«Clean the milk foamer. (P. EN36)
O
O The steam outlet of the espresso machine is blocked.
«
«Descale the espresso machine. (P. EN40)
Display shows “Refill
with water” even
though the water tank
is full.
O
O There is air in the water system.
«
«Dispense a little hot water. (P. EN24)
O
O The water flow system is clogged.
«
«Descale the espresso machine. (P. EN40)
“Refill with water”
does not appear in the
display despite an
empty water tank.
O
O Too much moisture on the water tank.
«
«Remove the water tank and dry it off thoroughly.
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EN43
Problem Cause	and	Action
“Empty	the	waste	
container”	displayed	
after	empty	the	waste	
container.
O Waste container was emptied while the espresso machine was switched off.
«Empty the waste container only when the espresso machine is switched on.
O When confirmation display is shown for “Empty the waste container”,
was pressed.
«Press when confirmation display is shown for “Empty the waste
container”.
Coffee	dispensing	too	
slow.
O Grinding fineness set too fine.
«Set coarser grinding fineness.
O Grinding quantity set too high.
«Set ground coffee quantity lower.
O The water flow system is clogged.
«Run the descaling programme. (P. EN40)
O Coffee powder is too fine or too much has been used.
«Use coarser coffee powder or use less coffee powder. (Max: 1 level of
measuring spoon)
Water	in	the	waste	
container.
O Water leaks into the waste container during each rinsing process.
«No remedy necessary. (Technical reasons.)
O Brewing unit is blocked or maladjusted.
«Adjust the brewing unit. (P. EN44)
The	espresso	machine	
turns	off	after	rinsing	
or	dispensing	coffee.
O The pressure in the brewing unit is too high.
«Remove and clean the brewing unit. If the brewing unit is closed, open before
cleaning. Unscrew the brewing unit at the black tooth pin. (P. EN44)
The	espresso	machine	
cannot	be	turned	on.
O The power plug is not plugged in.
«Plug in the power plug.
O The brewing unit is not set.
«Set the brewing unit properly. (P. EN35)
O Brewing unit was not pushed in completely.
«Push the brewing unit in until it stops. (P. EN35)
The	coffee	dispensing	
is	very	uneven	or	only	
one-sided.
O The spout is clogged or blocked by foreign matter (e.g.: coffee bean or similar).
«Pull the coffee spout upwards and clean the inside or remove the foreign matter
(e.g.: coffee bean).
O The sleeve with distribution hose inside of dispenser is inserted into the coffee
outlet.
«Insert the sleeve with distribution hose correctly. (P. EN34)
Only	hot	water	is	
dispensing	on	coffee	
menu.
O Coffee powder is clogging the powder coffee shaft.
«Turn the power off and push any coffee powder down into the powder coffee
shaft using a stick.
Hot	water	is	not	
dispensing.
O The milk foamer is not set.
«Set the milk foamer. (P. EN36)
The	appliance	is	not	
working	well.
O Turn off the appliance and wait approx. 5 minutes. Turn the appliance back on and
if problem remains, contact the authorised Panasonic service centre for inspection.
Milk	is	dripping	from	
spouts.
O The surface of milk is higher than the spouts position.
«In that case, pull up the dispenser to the highest position. If it does not stop, pull
the hose out from the milk package and re-insert.
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EN44
Error display
Display Cause and Action
H01–H08
If this message appears on the display,
1 
Turn off the espresso machine.
2 
Wait until the espresso machine has cooled down completely then turn the power on again.
3 
If the message is displayed again, an error has occurred. Contact an authorised service
centre for inspection.
U10
O
O Brewing unit is blocked. (Technical reason)
«
«Pull out the brewing unit then, using the setting function of the measuring spoon, loosen
it at the rear. To loosen, push the toothed opening on the measuring spoon onto the pin
and turn the pin completely at least 3 times. Then thoroughly rinse out the brewing unit.
«
«Clean the brewing unit. (P. EN35)
U11
O
O Over filled coffee powder.
«
«Clean the brewing unit. (P. EN35)
U12
O
O The adapter without filter cartridge is still in the water tank.
«
«Remove the adapter from the water tank.
O
O Out side of the water tank is too wet or the filter of the water tank lid is clogged.
«
«Clean the water tank and dry them well.
O
O Grinding fineness set too fine or coffee powder used is too fine.
«
«Clean the brewing unit.
«
«Set grinding fineness coarser or use a different, coarser coffee powder.
U13
U14
O
O The room temperature is too low or the espresso machine is too cold.
«
«Use the espresso machine in the place above 10 °C and wait until it warms up to room
temperature.
O
O The temperature inside of the espresso machine is high with continued use.
1 
Wait until the espresso machine has cooled down completely then turn the power on again.
2 
If the message is displayed again, an error has occurred. Contact an authorised service
centre for inspection.
Troubleshooting(Continued)
Problem Cause and Action
Display shows “Descaling
programme” or “Cleaning
the milk system” when
power is turned on.
O
O The espresso machine is turned off without cleaning last time of use.
«
«Clean the espresso machine before use. (P. EN39, EN40)
Display shows “Refill
with coffee beans”
even though there are
sufficient coffee beans.
O
O If oily coffee beans are used, it may be difficult for them to flow into the grinder.
«
«Feed them towards the grinder or try other types of coffee beans.
Coffee crema overflows
from the rear of the spouts.
O
O Depending on the type of beans, there may be a lot of crema. (It is not a
malfunction.)
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EN45
Replacement parts
Specifications
Part name Part number
Bean container extension ACK05-155U
Latte Macchiato plate ACK06-155
Measuring spoon ACK10-155U
Milk hose ACK08-155
Adapter for filter cartridge ACK07-155U
Test strip ACK11-155
Cleaning tablets* ACK12-155U
Descaling agent* ACK13-155U
Milk system cleaner* ACK14-155
Quick reference ACZ78H155U (EN/HK: ACZ76H15500U, MA/AR: ACZ77H15500U)
Milk foamer unit ACW33-155U
* Not Panasonic brand
NC-ZA1
Power supply 220 – 240 V 50 – 60 Hz
Power consumption 1550 W
Max. amount of water 1.4 L
Dimensions (W × D × H) (approx.) 19.5 × 41.0 × 33.5 cm
Mass (approx.) 10.3 kg
Length of the power cord (approx.) 115 cm
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Printed in China
© Panasonic Taiwan Co., Ltd. 2013
Web Site : http://panasonic.net/
Panasonic Taiwan Co., Ltd.
CZ45H156
F0813S0
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