Philips Senseo HD7800/71 HD7800 Coffee Machine User Manual PDF

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The new way of enjoying coffee

With the Senseo you can now enjoy a perfect cup of coffee - topped with a rich layer of crema - whenever you feel like it. Each cup is freshly brewed, so you're always sure of that pure, smooth taste.The unique brewing system of the Senseo from Philips in combination with the special coffee pads from Douwe Egberts make sure you get only the very best in flavour and aroma from freshly roasted coffee.

The Douwe Egberts coffee in convenient coffee pads and Philips' unique new brewing system are perfectly matched to ensure that the best taste and aroma are extracted from the coffee.

To optimise the taste of the coffee, you should keep the following aspects in mind:

Fresh water

Use fresh water every day. If you have not used the appliance for some time, rinse the water reservoir, fill it with fresh water and flush the appliance before you use it again (see 'Preparing the appliance for use').

Fresh coffee pads

The Douwe Egberts Senseo coffee pads will stay fresh longer if you close the package by means of the keep-fresh seal after use or if you store them in a storage container.

A clean appliance

Clean and descale your Philips Senseo coffee maker regularly (see 'Cleaning' and 'Descaling').

Remove used coffee pads after brewing. If a used pad has been left in the coffee maker and you have not used the appliance for some time, flush the appliance before you use it again (see 'Preparing the appliance for use').

Preparing the appliance for use

Check whether the mains voltage indicated on the appliance corresponds with the mains voltage in your home before you connect the appliance.

Do not use the appliance if the plug, the cord or the appliance itself is damaged.

Put the appliance in a frost-free place, on a flat, stable surface, out of the reach of children.

Do not use the appliance at altitudes higher than 1000 m above sea level.

The appliance does not work at temperatures below 10cC/42cF.

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We advise you to clean the water reservoir, the coffee outflow unit and the pad holder before you use the appliance for the first time.

Flush the appliance with clean water.

IMPORTANT:YOU CANNOT BREW COFFEE IF YOU HAVE NOT FLUSHED THE APPLIANCE FIRST!

C 1 Remove the water reservoir.

C 2 Fill the water reservoir with cold water up to the MAX indication and put it back onto the appliance.

C 3 Release the lid by moving the two levers towards each other.

C 4 Open the lid.

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C 5 Put the 1-cup or 2-cup pad holder in the appliance without pad(s).

C 6 Close the lid again. Make sure the levers return fully to their most outward position by pushing firmly on the lid.

7 Put the plug in an earthed wall socket.

C 8 Put a bowl (with a capacity of at least 27 fl. ounce)under the coffee outlet openings to collect the water:

C 9 Press on/off button I and subsequently press buttons and briefly at the same time.

B The appliance will fill itself with water from the water reservoir.This will take some time and you probably won't notice that this is happening. After a while, the appliance will start flushing and it will switch itself off after the flushing cycle.

Brewing coffee

C 1 Fill the water reservoir with water up to the MAX indication.

Never pour milk, coffee, hot water or carbonated water into the water reservoir.

A full reservoir allows you to make coffee a number of times (up to 5 cups).This makes it unnecessary to fill the water reservoir each time you want to make a cup of coffee.

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2 Press on/off button I. B The pilot light blinks while the water is heating up. Heating up takes

approx. 90 seconds.

C 3 Release the lid by moving the two levers towards each other.

4 Open the lid.

5 Put the coffee pad(s) in the pad holder, with the convex side pointing downwards. Make sure the coffee in the pad is evenly distributed and press the pad slightly down in the pad holder.

C If you want to make one cup of coffee, use the 1-cup pad holder and insert one pad.

C If you want to make two cups of coffee at the same time, use the 2-cup pad holder and insert 2 pads.

For optimal brewing results, use Douwe Egberts Senseo coffee pads.

Never use torn pads or normal ground coffee, as this could cause the appliance to become blocked.

Each coffee pad contains the optimal amount of ground coffee for 1 cup.

C 6 Put the pad holder in the appliance.

C 7 Close the lid.

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C 8 Make sure that the levers return fully to their most outward position by pushing firmly on the lid.

C 9 Place one cup or two cups under the outflow openings. The cups you use should have a capacity of at least 4.5 fl. ounce.

The pilot light of the on/off button I blinks slowly when the water is heating up. The appliance is ready for use when the pilot light burns continuously.

If the pilot light blinks rapidly, check whether:

The water reservoir has been (properly) placed onto the appliance.

C There is enough water in the water reservoir.The water reservoir must at least be filled up to the MIN indication.

C 10 Press the button indicating the number of cups you want to brew.

for one cup for two cups

B The appliance starts brewing.

The appliance automatically supplies the optimal amount of water.

You can interrupt the brewing process at any time by pressing the on/off button I. When you switch the appliance back on after having interrupted the brewing process, the appliance will not complete the interrupted brewing cycle.

If the appliance stops brewing when you are making two cups of coffee, yet the cups are only half full, there was not enough water left in the water reservoir. Fill the water reservoir and press button for one cup.The two cups will then be filled completely.

C 11 Remove the coffee pads after use by lifting the pad holder out of the appliance and emptying it.

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Tip: regular rinsing of the pad holder gives the coffee a better taste.

Tip: the coffee will taste best if you stir it before drinking it.

C Tip: if you intend to make another cup of coffee later, just leave the appliance switched on.The appliance will automatically switch itself off after 1 hour.

Cleaning

Never immerse the appliance in water.

1 Always unplug the appliance before you start cleaning it.

2 Clean the outside of the appliance with a moist cloth.

C 3 Remove the coffee outflow unit and clean it with a washing-up brush.

C You can disassemble the coffee outflow unit for more thorough cleaning.

C 4 Clean the pad holder, the cup tray and the drip tray in hot water, if necessary with some washing-up liquid, or clean them in the dishwasher.

Tip: the pad holders, drip tray, cup tray and coffee outflow unit are dishwasher proof.

C Tip: the top of the reservoir can be removed to allow thorough cleaning of the inside.

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C Clean the water reservoir thoroughly in hot water, if necessary with some washing-up liquid.

5 Rinse the parts with fresh water after cleaning and put them back onto the appliance.

Descaling

Regular descaling will prolong the life of your appliance and will guarantee optimal brewing results for a long time.

C 1 Fill the water reservoir with a descaling agent up to the MAX indication and put the water reservoir back on the appliance.

Use a descaling agent based on citric acid. Follow the instructions on the package of the descaling agent.

C 2 Put a bowl (with a capacity of at least 27 fl. ounce) under the coffee outlet to collect the descaling agent:

C 3 Press on/off button I and subsequently press buttons and briefly at the same time to start flushing the appliance.

For the best result, wait at least 30 minutes after flushing the appliance with the descaling agent.

4 Repeat this descaling procedure one more time.

5 Let the appliance complete two more flushing cycles with clean water to rinse away any descaling agent residues.

Replacing the mains cord

If the mains cord of this appliance is damaged, it must always be replaced by Philips or a service centre authorised by Philips, as special tools and/or parts are required.

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Solving problems

If you have a problem, you may find the solution in the table below. If the table does not provide the solution to your problem or if you have a question, see the chapter 'Information & service'.

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Solution

Make sure that:

- the coffee pad(s) has/have been placed level in the holder.When you are using two coffee pads on top of each other, make sure that the convex sides of both pads are pointing downwards and press the pads slightly down in the pad holder.

- you have used the correct number of pads and have pressed the right dosing button. Use 1 pad in combination with the 1-cup pad holder and the button. Use 2 pads in combination with the 2-cup pad holder and the button.

- a fresh pad has been used.

- the coffee is evenly distributed in the coffee pad.

If you prefer a more robust flavour, try the Dark Roast blend.

Check if you have used the right number of pads and if you have pressed the right dosing button. Use 1 pad in combination with the button and 2 pads in combination with the button.

If you prefer a milder flavour, try the Mild Roast blend.

Descale the appliance (see 'Descaling').

Make sure that:

- the two levers are in their most outward position.

- the water reservoir has not been filled beyond the MAX indication.

- the pad holder is not blocked. Deblock the small opening in the middle of the pad holder by rinsing it under the tap. If necessary, you can use a washing-up brush or a pin to deblock the opening.

- the pad has been placed evenly in the pad holder.

The presence of some drops of water on the worktop is perfectly normal.This is caused by the filling and placing of the water reservoir.

In all other cases: contact the Philips Customer Care Centre.

If the pilot light continues to blink slowly for more than 5 minutes, contact the Philips Customer Care Centre.

Make sure that:

- the water reservoir has been properly placed.

- there is enough water in the water reservoir (the water level should always be above the MIN indication).

- the flushing procedure that must be performed before the appliance is used for the first time has been carried out properly. (See the chapter 'Preparing the appliance for use').

- the temperature of the room is above 10cC/42cF. (See the chapter 'Preparing the appliance for use').

In all other cases: contact the Philips Customer Care Centre.

Problem

The coffee is not strong enough.

The coffee is too strong.

The machine pours less water into the cup(s) than it used to.

Water is leaking from the appliance.

The pilot light continues to blink slowly.

The pilot light continues to blink rapidly.

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Information & service

If you need service or information or if you have a problem, please consult the worldwide guarantee leaflet or visit our Web site: www.philips.com or contact the Philips Customer Care Centre in your country (you will find its phone number in the worldwide guarantee leaflet). If there is no Customer Care Centre in your country, turn to your local Philips dealer or contact the Service Department of Philips Domestic Appliances and Personal Care BV.

Solution

Switch the appliance off.Wait for 2 hours and try to open the lid again.

Make sure the pad holder is not blocked. Deblock the small opening in the middle of the pad holder by rinsing it under the tap. If necessary, you can use a washing-up brush or a pin to deblock the opening.

If problems continue to occur, contact the Philips Customer Care Centre.

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