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light goes out the water has reached the required temperature for coffee making. Close the steam knob by turnig clockwise (ref.1) and release the hot water button (ref.5). Allow any dispensed water to fall into the drip tray or a cup and discard.
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â¢ The coffee machine is supplied with a filter holder (ref.20) for one-cup filters (ref.21) and two-cup filters (ref.22). If you are using pods, use the one-cup filter. A scoop (ref.23) is also supplied for measuring ground coffee (approx. 7.2g).
measure of ground coffee. For 2-cup filters (ref.22) repeat the operation. Press the ground coffee with the coffee press (ref.17) . Place the filter holder (ref.20) on the ring nut (15) making sure it locks into place: move the handle of the filter holder from left to right. Place one or two coffee cups below the spout of the filter holder with the correct nozzle fitted. When the red water temperature indicator light (ref.9) goes out, press the coffee button (ref.4). Once the required quantity of coffee has been dispensed press the coffee button (ref.4) a second time to stop the supply. Remove cup(s) from the machine. Remove the filter holder from the ring nut and empty the used ground coffee from it.
â¢ A practical drawer with stainless steel front panel is available as an optional accessory, model ZDRA 600 X. The drawer is divided into several compartments for various uses : compartment for cups and saucers basin for coffee dregs compartment for machine accessories (filter, measure). tray The over all dimensions of the drawer are given on page 18.
MAKING COFFEE WITH PODS (E.S.E. system)
â¢ E.S.E stands for Easy Serving Espresso and is the International standard for making coffee using pods (a pod is a disposable single-use portion of roasted coffee) and a suitable coffee machine. The E.S.E. system is simple, practical and ecological since no special maintenance is required and nature is respected. Lastly, the system is clean as the special wrapping prevents spillage and is easily removed and disposed of after use. The machine is designed for use with ground coffee or pods: single-use disposable portions of roasted coffee. Place the pod in the filter holder. Position the filter holder (ref.20) on the ring nut (ref.15) making sure it locks into place: move the handle of the filter holder from left to right. Place a coffee cup below the spout of the filter holder. When the red water temperature indicator light (ref.9) goes out, press the coffee button (ref.4).
MAKING COFFEE WITH COFFEE BEANS
â¢ â¢ Only use fresh good quality beans. Place the filter holder (ref.20) beneath the dispenser (ref.19) and press the grinder button for at least one second and release (ref.18) this will automatically supply the correct one-cup â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢