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• To stop, return the steam dial to the
‘STAND BY’ position and remove
When the espresso machine creates
steam, a pumping noise can be heard.
This is the normal operation of the
15 Bar pump.
If steam starts coming from the
steam wand before it is immersed in the
milk, pause the steam by turning the
Selector Control back to the ‘Standby’
position. This will avoid the steam
pressure blowing milk out of the jug.
PROGRAMMING YOUR BREVILLE DIE-CAST PROGRAMMABLE ESPRESSO MACHINE
RESETTING DEFAULT VOLUMES
To reset the machine to the default one
and two cup pour quantities, press and
hold the ‘PROGRAM’ button, until the
machine beeps three times. Release
button. This indicates the machine has
returned to its original default settings.
Default settings: one cup pour is
approximately 1 oz. Two cups
is approximately 2 oz.
The Manual function over-rides the preset
shot size for one time only. It does not
save the shot size like in programming
Press and hold the single
button. Release the button
once sufﬁ cient espresso has ﬂ owed into
STEP 9 – EMPTYING THE
Remove the portaﬁ lter from the group
head by rotating the portaﬁ lter to the left
until it releases.
To empty the used grounds, turn the
portaﬁ lter upside down in a bin and gently
knock out the grounds. Used grounds
should be thrown away with domestic
waste. Discarding of used grounds in a
sink can cause drains to become blocked.
With the ﬁ lter still in place, hold the
portaﬁ lter underneath the group head,
press and hold down the one cup
button to release hot water. Rinse the
portaﬁ lter until water runs clear.
Insert the portaﬁ lter back into the
group head to dry out and keep warm.
When a single or double coffee is
selected, the machine will pump water
momentarily, followed by a pause then
continues to pump the water through to
the ground coffee in the portaﬁ lter. The
ground coffee is moistened by a small
amount of water before full extraction
then expands resulting in greater
pressure build-up to extract all the oils
and full ﬂ avor from the ground coffee.
You may notice that the espresso
coffee in the ﬁ lter holder is still wet
after extraction. Due to the high water
pressure created by the dual-wall ﬁ lter,
a small amount of water will remain
with the grounds after extraction.
This is normal, this is how we get the
WARNING: THE METAL PARTS OF THE
PORTAFILTER MAY STILL BE
THE ART OF TEXTURING MILK
The Die-Cast Programmable Espresso
Machine comes complete with a
Commercial Style Swivel Steam Wand
and Stainless Steel Frothing Attachment.
When using the frothing attachment on
the steam wand a large amount of froth is
If less froth is required, remove the frothing
attachment from the steam wand and
steam the milk using the steam wand. To
remove the frothing attachment, ensure it
is cool then simply pull down and remove.
The frothing attachment can be stored in
the storage tray inside the machine if not
To reﬁ t the frothing attachment ensure it is
securely attached to the steam wand by
inserting it, from either opening, onto the
steam wand and pushing ﬁ rmly upwards
onto the rubber surround.
• Fill the stainless steel frothing jug
maximum ½ full with cold, fresh milk.
• Turn the Steam selector dial to the
‘Steam’ position. The red steam light
will start to ﬂ ash indicating that the
machine is heating to create steam.
• When the steam light stops ﬂ ashing it
is ready to use.
• Before inserting the wand into the milk,
pause the steam by returning the dial
back to the ‘STAND BY’ position. This
will avoid splashing the milk out of the
jug (this pause function lasts for 6
seconds before exiting steam mode).
• Insert the wand into the milk and return
the Steam dial back to ‘Steam’.
WARNING: MILK SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO RUN OVER THE TOP OF THE FROTHING
ATTACHMENT, OTHERWISE IT WILL NOT FUNCTION PROPERLY. TO AVOID
SPLATTERING OF HOT MILK, DO NOT LIFT THE END OF THE FROTHING ATTACHMENT
ABOVE THE SURFACE OF THE MILK WHILE FROTHING. ENSURE THE STEAM DIAL IS
IN THE ‘STAND BY’ POSITION BEFORE REMOVING THE FROTHING JUG.
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