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"NON-PRESSURIZED" SINGLE WALL
FILTERS FOR ASPIRING BARISTAS
Experiment with grind size, grind amount
The Die-Cast Programmable Espresso
Machine is supplied with two
“Non-Pressurized” Single Wall Filters -
1 x single shot and 1 x double shot.
These ﬁ lters provide no additional
slowing of the water ﬂ ow rate, hence
experimentation with the grind size,
grind amount and tamp force is required
to achieve favorable results.
These ﬁ lters are suited to both pre-ground
vacuum packed espresso as well as
freshly ground beans. A great espresso is
a balance of main ﬂ avor elements: acidity,
aroma, bitterness, body, nuttiness, and
sharpness. By using the Single Wall Filters
you are free to explore the world
of espresso by adjusting grind, grind
amount and tamp to extract a rich
variety of ﬂ avors.
STEP 1 - FILLING THE WATER TANK
• Ensure the Power is off and the Selector
Control, on the side of the machine, is
set to the “Stand By” position.
• Unplug the power cord from the
• Remove the portaﬁ lter if locked into the
group head and move the steam wand
to the side of the machine.
• Remove the water tank by sliding out
using the handle insert in the front of
the water tank.
• As the water tank is removed, a black
tube slides and extends out from the
water tank storage area. Do not touch
or try to remove this tube, it will
automatically slide back into position
when the water tank is re inserted.
• Fill the water tank with cold, tap water to
the maximum mark on the water window
and slide the water tank carefully back
into position in the machine.
• Ensure the Selector Control is in the
“Stand By” position and plug the power
cord into a 110/120V power outlet.
• Press the POWER button to ‘On’, the
POWER button surround will ﬂ ash while
the machine is heating. When the
correct temperature has been reached,
all the button surrounds on the control
panel will illuminate.
Check the water level before use and
replace the water daily. The water tank
should be reﬁ lled with fresh, cold tap
water before each use. Do not use mineral
or distilled water or any other liquid.
STEP 2 - PRE-WARMING THE CUPS
This will help maintain the espresso’s
optimal temperature when brewed into the
cups. The Cup Warming Plate will start to
warm as the machine heats.
Run hot water from the group head
without the portaﬁ lter inserted by holding
down the single shot button on the front,
right hand side of the machine, then place
the cups on the warming tray.
A MINUTE TO LEARN - "PRESSURIZED" DUAL WALL FILTERS PERFECTING YOUR SKILLS - "NON-PRESSURIZED" SINGLE WALL FILTERS
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