Pro Line® Series Espresso Maker with Dual Independent Boilers user guide

Enjoy premium espresso at home, quickly and easily. Brew espresso and steam milk at the same time with the dual independent boilers, froth milk with the adjustable frothing arm and create latte art with frothing pitcher. Be your own barista today.
On/Off Power

On indicator

Steam dial

Frothing arm

Water tank

Portafilter

Drip plate

(sits inside Drip tray) temperature

Filter baskets

Frothing pitcher

Coffee scoop and

Shower-screen brush

* For a glossary describing the parts of the Espresso Machine, see the Tips for great results section.

ASSEMBLING THE ESPRESSO MACHINE

Preparing the Espresso Machine for use

Place the Espresso Machine on a clean, dry, level surface.

Align the three rail posts with the holes on top of the Espresso Machine. Then press the rail posts firmly into the holes.

Wash the reservoir in hot, soapy water and rinse with clean water. The reservoir can also be washed in the top rack of the dishwasher.

Washing the water reservoir

Lift the reservoir slightly, then remove by pulling the bottom of the reservoir from the Espresso Machine.

Place the reservoir back into the

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Espresso Machine, making sure the water tubes are placed inside the reservoir. The ribs on the bottom of the reservoir fit into the grooves on the base of the machine.

ASSEMBLING THE ESPRESSO MACHINE

Connecting the Espresso Machine

Electrical Shock Hazard

Plug into a grounded 3 prong

Do not remove ground prong.

Insert the end of the electrical cord without prongs into the cord receptacle in the back of the Espresso Machine. Plug the other end of the cord into a grounded 3 prong outlet.

Do not use an adapter.

Do not use an extension cord.

Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, fire, or electrical shock.

OPERATING THE ESPRESSO MACHINE

Rinsing and filling the boilers

The boilers need to be filled and rinsed before the Espresso Machine is used for the first time.

The boilers will also need to be filled when:

- t he Espresso Machine is not used for a prolonged period

- t he water reservoir runs dry during use (this can damage the Espresso Machine)

ultiple beverages are steamed without brewing espresso or dispensing hot water

Remove the reservoir and rinse with fresh cold water, empty, and place back onto the Espresso Machine.

Slide the water reservoir left or right to expose the top, and fill with fresh cold water to the max fill line.

IMPORTANT: Distilled water or mineral water can damage the Espresso Machine. Do not use either to brew espresso.

OPERATING THE ESPRESSO MACHINE

Warming the boilers

Make certain the steam dial is closed by rotating it clockwise as far as possible.

Press and hold the On/Off power button until the ON indicator lights up.

The dual boilers will begin heating, and the Espresso and Hot Water functions will begin to operate.

Place a coffee cup underneath the brew head. Do not attach the portafilter to the brew head.

Press the Espresso button to activate the water pump and fill the brewing boiler with water. After a few seconds, water will flow from the brew head.

When the cup is full, press the

Espresso button again to stop the water pump. The brewing boiler is now ready for use.

Place the frothing pitcher under the nozzle of the frothing arm.

Slowly open the Steam dial by turning it counter-clockwise; press and hold the

Hot Water button to activate the water pump and fill the frothing boiler. After a few seconds, water will start flowing from the nozzle.

OPERATING THE ESPRESSO MACHINE

When the pitcher is about half full, release the Hot Water button and close the Steam dial by rotating it clockwise until it stops. The frothing boiler is now ready for use.

If no espresso is desired at this time, press the On/Off Power button to turn the Espresso Machine off.

NOTE: Do not press the Espresso or Hot Water buttons without water in the reservoir.

Damage to the water pump may occur.

Brewing espresso

Brewing perfect espresso is a skill that takes time to learn on any manual Espresso Machine.

Your first attempts may need perfecting in order to produce the perfect consistency, smooth flavor and golden crema you expect. Practice consistently for a couple of weeks with this Espresso Machine, and you will soon produce a perfect cup every time. For better results when brewing espresso, see the Tips for great results section to fine tune your brewing technique.

Make certain the water reservoir has an adequate supply of water (the water level should be between the max and

min fill lines).

Select the small or large capacity filter basket. Use the small capacity basket for a single shot of espresso (1 oz.), and