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IFU Krups XP5220-XP B.qxd: B 30/03/09 10:44 Page C1 XP5220-XP5240 p. 1 Français p. 12 Español p. 28 E F S Réf B IFU Krups XP5220-XP B.qxd: B 30/03/09 10:44 Page C4 fig. 14 IFU Krups XP5220-XP B.qxd: B 30/03/09 10:42 Page C7 Filter-holder position for 1 cup Position du porte-filtre pour 1 tasse Posición del portafiltro para 1 taza Filter-holder position for 2 cups Position du porte-filtre pour 2 tasses Posición del portafiltro para 2 tazas IFU Krups XP5220-XP B.qxd: B 30/03/09 10:42 Page C8 IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and/or injury to persons including the following : 1. Read all instructions prior to first use. 2. Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs. 3. To protect against fire, electric shock and injury to persons, do not immerse cord, plugs or machine in water or other liquid. 4. Not intented for use by children. 5. Close supervision is necessary when any machine is used near children. Keep machine out of reach of children. 6. This appliance is not designed to be used by people (including children) with a physical, sensory or mental impairment, or people without knowledge or experience, unless they are supervised or given prior instructions concerning the use of the appliance by someone responsible for their safety. 7. Children must be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. 8. Burns can occur from touching hot plate, hot water or steam. Exercise caution. 9. Exercise caution when using the steam nozzle as steam can cause scalding. 10. Unplug machine from outlet whan not in use and when cleaning. Allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts, before cleaning the machine, and before storing. 11. All machines are subject to stringent quality control. Practical tests using machines taken at random are conducted and this may explain any slight marks or coffee residue prior to use Do not operate any machine with a damaged cord or plug or after the machine malfunctions, or has been damaged in any manner. Return machine to the nearest Krups Service Center for examination, repair or adjustment or your respective countries Consumer Service Department. 13. To reduce the risk of injury do not drape cord over the counter top or table top where it can be pulled on by children or tripped over accidentally. 14. Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter, or touch hot surfaces. 15. The use of accessory attachments not recommended by Krups may result in fire, electric shock or injury to persons. 16. Do not use outdoors. 17. Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven. 18. To disconnect the machine, turn the control to off then remove plug from wall outlet. Do not yank cord, instead grasp plug and pull to disconnect. 19. Do not use the machine for other than intended use. 20. Do not pour liquids other than water and descaling solutions specified in this manual into the water tank. 21. Protect the machine against humidity and freezing. 22. This machine is for household use only. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS IFU Krups XP5220-XP B.qxd: B 30/03/09 10:42 Page C9 CAUTION This machine is intended for household use only. Any servicing other than cleaning and user maintenance should be performed by the nearest authorized Krups Service Center. Visit our website at in the USA or in Canada or contact your respective country's Consumer Service department for the service center nearest to you, or contact your respective country s Consumer Service department. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not attempt to disassemble the machine. Repair should be done by an authorized Krups Service Center only. SHORT CORD INSTRUCTIONS A. We do not recommend using an extension cord with this device. B. If an extension cord is absolutely necessary, 1) the marked electrical rating of the extension cord should be at least as great as the electrical rating of the machine, 2) the longer cord should be arranged so that it will not drape over the counter top or table top where it can be pulled on by children or tripped over. C. This machine has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other). To reduce the risk of electric shock, this plug is intended to fit into a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully into the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician. Do not attempt to modify the plug in any way. In the interest of improving products, Krups reserves the right to change specifications without prior notice. IFU Krups XP5220-XP B.qxd: B 30/03/09 10:42 Page C10 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. DESCRIPTION p TECHNICAL INFORMATION p TIPS p BEFORE FIRST USE p MAKING AN ESPRESSO p MILK FROTHING FUNCTION p CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE p DESCALING p PROBLEMS, PROBABLE CAUSES AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS p DISPOSING OF YOUR MACHINE p. 10 IFU Krups XP5220-XP B.qxd: B 30/03/09 10:42 Page 1 Your Krups espresso machine is equipped with a filter-holder that has three patented systems designed to help you make the perfect espresso at home. 1. KRUPS Precise Tamp: gradual tamping of the espresso ground coffee as the filter-holder is turned ensures that coffee is tamped precisely each time. 2. Coffee ejection system under the filter-holder for clean removal of the cake each time. 3. The filter-holder is compatible with all types of pods including E.S.E. and soft pods. The filter-holder is also removable and can be frequently cleaned to maintain the filter-holder system in perfect working order. For your safety, the filter-holder is equipped with a locking system when pressure rises. 1. DESCRIPTION a b c d e f Water tank lid Removable water tank Measuring spoon Cup warming tray On/Off button with LED indicator Function switch f1. Coffee position f2. Off position f3. Steam preheating position f4. Steam position g h i j k l Brewing head Filter holder with grounds or pod ejection system and gradual coffee tamping system: KPT Krups Precise Tamp : Compatible with ground coffee (1 or 2 cups) and ESE or soft pods Drip tray grid Drip tray with overflow indicator Multi-directional steam nozzle Steam wand with frothing nozzle 2. TECHNICAL INFORMATION Pump: 15 bars Filter-holder with grounds or pod ejection system. Compatible with espresso ground coffee and all types of pods including E.S.E. and soft pods. Steam function Automatic shutoff after 30 minutes. Removable water tank (capacity: 1.1 litres). Power: 1450 W Voltage: 120V 60Hz Anti overheating safety mechanisms Dimensions: 11-3/4 x 9 x 11 (h x l x d) IMPORTANT! Operating voltage: This device is designed to work only at alternating current 120V. Type of use: This machine is designed EXCLUSIVELY for household use only. Any non-residential use including commercial purposes will void the warranty. 3. TIPS To extract the fullest flavor from your beans, we recommend using whole coffee beans that have been freshly ground each time espresso is prepared. Take care to make sure your coffee is ground to the proper size for espresso. Too fine a grind will result in espresso that is over-extracted and bitter. Too coarse a grind will result in espresso that is under-extracted and weak in flavor. The perfect espresso grind will feel like fine grains that do not clump when pressed together. Store your espresso grounds in an airtight container, and in a cool, dry place to retain the flavor. 1 IFU Krups XP5220-XP B.qxd: B 30/03/09 10:42 Page 2 Grounds should not be kept for long periods of time as the flavor will be reduced over time. Do not fill your filter holder to the brim. Using the measuring spoon included, use 1 level spoon of grounds per shot of espresso. If you do not use the machine for more than 5 consecutive days, rinse and drain the water tank. Before removing the water tank to fill or empty it, always turn the machine off. Always place the unit on a flat, stable, heat-resistant work surface. To obtain an espresso at exactly the right temperature, we recommend that you preheat your cups. To prolong the life of your machine, we recommend you use a Claris Aqua Filter System F088 cartridge (accessory not included) and that you descale the machine at regular intervals. IMPORTANT! Before using for the first time, after a prolonged period of inactivity or after descaling, the machine must be cleaned as described in Section 4: BEFORE FIRST USE. 4. BEFORE FIRST USE Before using your espresso machine for the first time, clean all accessories using warm water and a gentle dishwashing liquid, and rinse well before replacing. If you are not using a Claris cartridge, skip the Claris Cartridge Set-up section and start with Priming of your machine. Please note it is strongly recommended that you use a Claris cartridge to extend the life of your machine and improve the flavor of your espresso. CLARIS CARTRIDGE SET-UP: Use the following procedure to install the Claris cartridge: Screw the Claris filter into the bottom of the water tank. Fill the water tank with water and replace it (fig.2 and 3). Turn the machine on by pressing the On / Off button (fig.4). Turn the switch to the steam preheating position. Once the light stops blinking, turn back the switch to the off position. Repeat this last operation 2 more times. To make sure the Claris cartridge is full of water, place a container under the brewing head, turn the switch to the coffee position and make sure that water runs through the brewing head and into the container. If water does not run through the brewing head, repeat the above procedure. PRIMING OF YOUR MACHINE: Use the following procedure to prime the machine: Open the lid and remove the water tank by lifting up on the handle (fig.1). Fill it with water (fig. 2). Replace the water tank by positioning it firmly, to ensure the water inlet is in place, and close the lid (fig.3). Press the on/off button to turn the machine on (fig.4). Insert the filter holder (without espresso grounds) in the machine and turn to the right (fig.7). Place a container under the filter holder large enough to hold all the water in the water tank. Once the machine has reached the correct temperature, the on/off button will stop blinking. Turn the dial to the coffee position (fig.8) and let all the water in the tank run through. If the container you are using has a smaller capacity than the water tank, turn the dial back to the off position to pause the water flow when necessary. Empty the container, replace under the filter holder, 2 IFU Krups XP5220-XP B.qxd: B 30/03/09 10:42 Page 3 and turn the dial back to the coffee position. Repeat as necessary until the water tank is empty. Once all the water has been drained from the water tank, remove and empty the container, press the open button on the filter holder and turn the filter holder handle to the left to remove (fig.10). 5. MAKING AN ESPRESSO In order to extract the maximum flavor from the beans, this machine pre-infuses each cup. The pump works for 3 seconds, pauses for 3 seconds, and then continues until the cup is finished. PREHEATING THE ACCESSORIES For the best results, we recommend that you preheat the filter holder before espresso grounds are added, and warm the cups. Fill the water tank with fresh cold water and turn the machine on (fig 1-4). Put the filter holder in place, place the cups below. As soon as the required temperature is achieved, the light will stop flashing. Turn the dial to the coffee position (fig.8). When the cups are filled with hot water, turn the dial to the off position (fig.9). Remove the cups, taking care to not spill the water. Unlock the filter holder by pressing the OPEN button on the handle while turning the handle to the left to release, and remove the filter holder from the machine (fig.10). Note: Use the cup warming tray to warm espresso cups. WITH GROUND COFFEE The type of coffee you choose strongly influences the strength and flavor of your espresso. Always use coffee beans ground to the proper size for espresso. Too fine a grind will result in espresso that is over-extracted and bitter. Too coarse a grind will result in espresso that is under-extracted and weak in flavor. The perfect espresso grind will feel like fine grains that do not clump when pressed together. Store your espresso grounds in an airtight container, and in a cool, dry place to retain the flavor. Grounds should not be kept for long periods of time as the flavor will be reduced over time. Do not use instant coffee, or coffee for drip coffee machines. Fill the water tank to the maximum line with fresh cold water and turn the machine on (fig. 1-4). While the machine is preheating, the light will flash. Using the measuring spoon, add 1 level spoon of espresso grounds per cup of espresso (fig.5). Remove any excess espresso grounds from the edge of the filter. Important: Do not tamp the coffee down in the filter holder. The coffee is automatically tamped to the optimum level by the Krups Precise Tamp (KPT) system. Insert the filter holder and turn the handle to the right as far as it will go. You will hear a clicking sound as the Krups Precise Tamp (KPT) system automatically adjusts the tamping level depending on the amount of coffee grounds used. The handle will become progressively harder to turn as you approach the optimum tamping level, do not force the handle past this point. Use the one cup and two cup markings on the brewing head as a guideline of where to stop. Because the Krups Precise Tamp automatically adjusts the tamping level, you may find that you do not always stop at the same point each time. Never turn the handle past the far right edge of the one cup marking (fig.7). Put one or two cups under the filter holder as desired (fig.8). 3 IFU Krups XP5220-XP B.qxd: B 30/03/09 10:42 Page 4 As soon as the required temperature is achieved, the light will stop flashing. Turn the dial to the coffee position (fig.8). When the cups are filled with the desired amount of espresso, turn the dial back to the off position. Unlock the filter holder by pressing the OPEN button on the handle while turning the handle to the left to release, and remove the filter holder from the machine. Remove the used espresso grounds using the ejection system by holding the filter holder upside down over a trash receptacle. Press the EJECT button located between the two coffee outlet nozzles on the underside of the filter holder (fig.11). Rinse the filter holder under running water, pressing EJECT while rinsing to release any remaining grounds. Once the filter holder has been rinsed and dried it can be refilled to prepare more espresso. IMPORTANT: Do not store the filter holder in the locked position when the machine is not in use to avoid unnecessary wear to the seal. WITH AN E.S.E. ESPRESSO POD ESE for Easy Serving Espresso is a packaged pod (44 mm diameter) of 7g of selected coffee, ground and compacted between two paper filters, specially designed to make Italian style ristretto (tight) espressos. This system allows for simple and clean use of your machine. Fill the water tank with fresh cold water to the maximum line and turn on the machine (fig.1-4). The light will flash while the machine preheats. Remove the excess paper from the E.S.E. pod, and place the pod in the filter holder with the red writing facing down. Take care to make sure that the pod is centered in the filter holder with no paper hanging out, as this may cause leaks and/or unsatisfactory results. Never use more than one pod at a time. Then follow the steps above for figure 7-11 to make your espresso. WITH A SOFT POD Your machine is also compatible with soft pods, which are usually smaller in diameter than E.S.E. pods. However since soft pods are not specifically designed for use with espresso machines, you will get a less flavorful espresso than with an E.S.E. pod. Fill the water tank with fresh cold water to the maximum line and turn on the machine (fig.1-4). The light will flash while the machine preheats. Place the soft pod in the filter holder. Take care to make sure that the pod is centered in the filter holder as improperly positioned pods may cause leaks and/or unsatisfactory results. Never use more than one pod at a time. Then follow the steps above for figure 7-11 to make your espresso. 6. MILK FROTHING FUNCTION Steam can be used to froth milk by using the steam wand with frothing nozzle (for example to make a cappuccino or latte). As the machine produces steam, the pump will make a thumping sounds. This sound is normal and is an indication that the machine is operating properly. After using the steam function, the machine purges automatically to cool down by pumping cold water through the heating system. During the purging cycles of cold water, the excess steam in the heating system is released with hot water into the drip tray. The steam and noise that accompany this phase are important for cooling the machine. Caution: During and after using the steam wand, the metal parts of the steam wand can become very hot. Take care when handling the steam wand to avoid injury. 4 IFU Krups XP5220-XP B.qxd: B 30/03/09 10:42 Page 5 USING THE STEAM NOZZLE TO FROTH MILK Fill the water tank with fresh cold water to the maximum line and turn the machine on (fig.1-4). Turn the dial to the steam preheating position. The indicator light will flash to show that the machine is preheating. Position the steam nozzle so that it points away from the machine. Pour 2 to 3 oz (1/4 1/3 cup) of fresh milk in a small container that is short enough to fit under the steam nozzle. Both the milk and the container should be cold for optimum results. Pasteurised or UHT milk is recommended. Whole, lowfat, or skim milk can all be frothed. As soon as the preheating indicator light stops blinking, plunge the steam nozzle into the milk. Turn the dial to the steam position (fig.13). For optimal results, froth from the bottom of the container and slowly move upwards. Hold the nozzle towards the bottom of the container without touching the bottom for about 25 seconds. Then gradually lower the container so that the steam nozzle moves up towards the surface of the milk. Do not allow the nozzle to come completely out of the milk, nor allow the milk level to cover the black plastic ring at the top of the nozzle. Once the frothing is complete, turn the dial to the stop position (fig.15). The machine will then begin 3 pumping cycles to automatically cool the system. Once cooling is complete, another espresso can be made. Important: To prevent clogging of the steam nozzle, make sure the milk foam does not cover the black plastic ring at the top of the steam nozzle. It is important to clean the steam nozzle after each use to prevent milk from hardening and drying inside the nozzle. To clean the nozzle, place the steam nozzle in a small container filled with water. Turn the dial to the steam preheating position. Once the indicator light has stopped blinking, turn the dial to the steam position to remove any remaining milk. Run in the steam position for at least 30 seconds. Then turn the dial to the stop position, and wipe the outside of the steam nozzle with a clean cloth. For thorough cleaning of the steam nozzle, see Section 7, Cleaning of the Steam Nozzle. USING THE KRUPS XS-6000 AUTO-CAPPUCCINO SET TO FROTH MILK (SOLD SEPARATELY) The auto-cappuccino accessory makes it easier to make a cappuccino or latte. It consists of a special dual-position nozzle and stainless steel milk container. This accessory may be sold separately from your machine. Assemble the different components. Choose the latte or cappuccino position on the nozzle. Fill the stainless steel milk container and place a cup or glass under the auto-cappuccino nozzle. Turn the dial to the steam preheating position. Once the preheating light has stopped blinking, turn the dial to the steam position. When frothing is complete, turn the dial to the stop position. The machine will
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