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Use & Care Guide
Built-In
Coffee
Maker
81Electrolux
I ,c o N
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E24CM75GSS
E24CM76GSS
102220RevD-2

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    Use & Care Guide Built-In Coffee Maker 81Electrolux I ,c o N E24CM75GSS E24CM76GSS 102220RevD-2...

  • Page 2: Make A Quick Reference Record

    Finding Information PLEASE READ AND SAVETHIS GUIDE Thank you for choosing Electrolux, the new premium brand in home appliances. This Use & Care Guide is part of our commitment to customer satisfaction product quality throughout the service life oF your new coffee maker. We view your purchase as the beginning of a relationship.

  • Page 3: Product Registration Card

    Product Registration Card in the mail. Complete and mail the Product Registration Card as soon as possible to validate the registration date. Please record the purchase date of your Electrolux unit and your dealer's name, address and telephone number. Purchase...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Finding Information TABLE OF CONTENTS Making Espresso ........19 Finding Information ..........Make a Quick Reference Record ..2 Making Cafe Latte ....... 2 0 Product Registration Card ....3 Making Regular Coffee ...... 21 Decaffeinated And Ground Coffee 22 Safety ................Hot Water For Tea Or Important Safety...

  • Page 5: Safety

    Safety IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Safety Precautions Do not attempt to install or operate this appliance until you read the safety precautions in this guide. Safety items throughout this guide are labeled with a WARNING or CAUTION based on the risk type. Definitions personal injury hazards.

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    Safety General Precautions Z WARNING To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or injury when using your coffee maker, follow basic precautions including the following: Read all instructions before operating the coffee maker. IMPORTANT: Before performing any type of service or installation, make sure that electric...

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    Safety i WARNING DO NOT PUSH ANY BUTTONS ON THE CONTROL PANEL UNTIL ALL BODY PARTS AND CLOTHING ARE CLEAR OF THE BREWING COMPARTMENT. KEEP ALL BODY PARTS AWAY FROM THE BREWING COMPARTMENT DURING OR IMMEDIATELY AFTER DRINK DISPENSING. HOT LIQUIDS AND STEAM CAN CAUSE SEVERE...

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    IMPORTANT: For model E24CM76GSS, regardless of the water hardness measured, Electrolux highly recommends installation of the Electrolux filter kit. The coffee maker requires periodic decalcification. Decalcification will be much simpler with the filter kit installed according to the installation instructions.

  • Page 9: Feature Overview

    Feature Overview TYPES OF DRINKS YOU CAN MAKE Your coffee maker comes from the factory to make the types of drinks listed below. See the Operating Instructions section step by step instructions. One "shot" of espresso is a little over one ounce of strong Espresso coffee.

  • Page 10: Exterior

    NOTE * Your coffee maker is pre-programed for best performance at the factory. It is possible to reprogram the coffee maker to change the water volume and coffee strength using our optional programming guide. Contact Electrolux for details.

  • Page 11: How Your Coffee Maker Works

    Feature Overview Front Panel Chute Container Ground Coffee Water Tank Coffee Bean Display Brewing Compartment Lock Steam/Hot Water Wand Door Release Button Drip Tray Power Switch Coffee Dispenser Light Switch HOW YOUR COFFEE MAKER WORKS The coffee maker heats water from the water tank or water supply line (depending on the model) to brew coffee drinks.

  • Page 12: Interior

    Feature Overview INTERIOR Your coffee maker requires periodic cleaning and maintenance. See the Care and Cleaning section for more information. Open the brewing unit door to clean the Brewing Unit Door inside of your coffee maker and make certain types of adjustments. The piston assembly is used by the coffee Piston Assembly maker to help make coffee.

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    Feature Overview Front Panel Piston Coffee Grinder Serial Number Label (open) Assembly Adjustment Screw Brewing Unit Door Used Coffee Ground Bin CAUTION • To open the front panel see page 27 for directions. • To prevent damage to the door, do not close the front panel without first removing...

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    Getting Started PREPARING FOR INSTALLATION Before Installing Your Coffee Maker... Call your local water company. Ask them for the water hardness level of the water supplied to the building where your coffee maker will be installed. If the water hardness level is above four grains per gallon (4 gpg): <>...

  • Page 15: Getting Started

    Getting Started Gently move the coffee dispenser up or down until it is at the desired height. Turn on the power switch according to page 17, wait for the message "Machine Ready" to appear on the display. Flush the coffee maker according to the Flushing Out the Coffee Maker...

  • Page 16: Before Using Your Coffee

    Operating Instructions BEFORE USING YOUR COFFEE MAKER Z WARNING DO NOT PUSH ANY BUTTONS ON THE CONTROL PANEL UNTIL ALL BODY PARTS AND CLOTHING ARE CLEAR OF THE BREWING COMPARTMENT. KEEP ALL BODY PARTS AWAY FROM THE BREWING COMPARTMENT DURING OR IMMEDIATELY AFTER DRINK DISPENSING. HOT LIQUIDS AND STEAM CAN CAUSE SEVEREBURNS.

  • Page 17: Turning On Your Coffee Maker

    Turn on the power switch. It is located on the ceiling of the brewing compartment, below the front panel. You will hear the brewing motor prepare to make drinks. "Please Wait..Heating" will NOTE appear on the display for a few minutes until the unit Electrolux highly recommends turing off the main power switch when...

  • Page 18: Loading Your Coffee Maker

    Operating Instructions LOADING YOUR COFFEE MAKER i WARNING To prevent personal injury, keep your hands out of the coffee bean compartment and the ground coffee chute. Some of the metal surfaces behind the front panel are hot when the power switch is on.

  • Page 19: Making Espresso

    Operating Instructions MAKING ESPRESSO / WARNING BURN WARNING: HOT LIQUIDS CAN CAUSE SEVEREBURNS. KEEP ALL BODY PARTS AND CLOTHING CLEAR OF THE BREWING COMPARTMENT DURING OPERATION. Your coffee maker can make one or two cups of espresso at a time. One "shot" espresso is a little over...

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    Operating Instructions MAKING CAFE LATTIe Your coffee maker can make one or two cups of cafe latte at a time. Oafe latte is a large espresso (about three ounces) with six ounces of steamed milk. AXWARNING BURN WARNING: HOT LIQUIDS CAN CAUSE SEVERE BURNS.

  • Page 21: Making Regular Coffee

    Operating Instructions MAKING REGULAR COFFEE i WARNING BURN WARNING: HOT LIQUIDS CAN CAUSE SEVERE BURNS. KEEP ALL BODY PARTS AND CLOTHING CLEAR OF THE BREWING COMPARTMENT DURING OPERATION. Your coffee maker can make one or two cups of coffee at a time. NOTE A "Large"...

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    Operating Instructions DECAFFEINASED AND GROUND COFFEE You can use your coffee maker to make pre-ground coffee drinks, one cup at a time. It is an ideal way to make decaffeinated coffee or flavored coffee drinks. WARNING BURN WARNING: HOT LIQUIDS CAN CAUSE SEVEREBURNS. KEEP ALL BODY PARTS AND CLOTHING CLEAR OF THE BREWING COMPARTMENT DURING OPERATION.

  • Page 23: Hot Water

    Operating Instructions HOT WATER FOR TEA OR OTHER DRINKS Z WARNING BURN WARNING: HOT LIQUIDS CAN CAUSE SEVEREBURNS. KEEP ALL BODY PARTS AND CLOTHING CLEAR OF THE BREWING COMPARTMENT DURING OPERATION. Use the Hot Water button brew and other flavored drinks.

  • Page 24: Making A Cappuccino

    Operating Instructions MAKING A CAPPUCCINO Oappuccino is a coffee drink with about one ounce of espresso with one ounce of foamed milk on top. To make a cup of cappuccino: / WARNING BURN WARNING: HOT LIQUIDS CAN CAUSE SEVEREBURNS. KEEP ALL BODY PARTS AND CLOTHING CLEAR OF THE BREWING COMPARTMENT DURING OPERATION.

  • Page 25: Steaming Milk 2

    Operating Instructions STEAMING MILK Steamed milk is milk that is heated with bubbles using cappuccino steamer. Z WARNING BURN WARNING: STEAM AND HOT LIQUIDS CAN CAUSE SEVEREBURNS. KEEP ALL BODY PARTSAND CLOTHING CLEAR OF THE STEAM WAND AND THE MOUTH OF THE MUG OR PITCHER DURING OPERATION. Measure out the amount of milk you want to steam...

  • Page 26: Foaming Milk 2

    Operating Instructions FOAMING MILK Foamed milk is hot milk with large bubbles. Use the cappuccino steamer created foamed milk. WARNING BURN WARNING: STEAM AND HOT LIQUIDS CAN CAUSE SEVEREBURNS. KEEP ALL BODY PARTS AND CLOTHING CLEAR OF THE STEAM WAND ANDTHE MOUTH OFTHE MUG OR PITCHER DURING OPERATION.

  • Page 27: Opening The Front Panel

    Operating Instructions OPENING THE FRONT PANEL To Open the Front Panel Turn off the power switch. Pull the coffee maker out from the cabinet. Remove the drip tray. Unlock the front panel. Push the front panel release button to open the front panel. Continued.,.

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    Operating Instructions If you need to open the brewing unit door, grasp it under the right side and swing it open. To Close the Front Panel Close the brewing unit door if it is open. Make sure the drip tray is removed. Close the front panel and lock it with the key.

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    Care and Cleaning ADJUSTING THE COFFEE GRINDER The mesh of the coffee grinder blades is pre-set at the factory. Adjust the grinder blades only if the quality of the coffee changes. The finer the coffee is ground, stronger it will be. WARNING Coffee will...

  • Page 30: Cleaning Schedule 3

    Cleaning Daily Every :30 cycles (or once a week) Monthly Every 2500 cycles (Approx. 2 V2)/ears) Approved Cleaners for Your Coffee Maker Electrolux Part Number Description ACCKIT-24 Kit containing Puly Detergent Tablets Decalcification powder ACCTKITA-24 Decalcification kit (E24CM76GSS only) Z WARNING...

  • Page 31: Cleaning The Watertank

    Care & Cleaning CLEANING THE WATERTANK E24CM75GSS Only In the interest of safety, clean the water tank daily to prevent bacteria build-up. What to Use • Filtered Water (4 gpg maximum water hardness...DO NOT use distilled water) To Clean the Water Tank: Slide the coffee maker out of the cabinet and remove the water tank from the top of the unit.

  • Page 32: Maker

    Care&Cleaning ROUTINE CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS The message "Clean Group" appears on the display every 30 cycles inform you that system needs a routine cleaning. The routine cleaning process involves cleaning the coffee dispenser, the drip tray and surrounding areas and a system flush.

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    Care & Cleaning Remove and empty the used coffee grounds bin. IMPORTANT The power switch must be on while dumping out the used coffee grounds for the "Drawer Full" message to clear from the display. Use the provided cleaning brush to remove any residual coffee grounds from...

  • Page 34: Cleaning The Outside Surfaces

    To avoid damage, rinse any surfaces that come into contact with the decalcification powder, tablets and solutions thoroughly with a mild solution of warm water and detergent. What to Use Model Electrolux _ Part Number Description Reusable flushing cartridge E24CM76GSS ACCKITA-24 and Puly Decalcification Powder.

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    Ready" appears on the display, push the Decaf Coffee button again to finish the cleaning cycle. The following instructions are for units with an Electrolux ACCFILT-24 water filter system installed. An ACCKITA-24 flushing cartridge is required. For systems with other...

  • Page 36: Decalcification

    Operating Instructions DECALCIFICATION (CONTINUED) Turn the v_ater supply on the filter head off. Push the Hot Water button on the coffee system to relieve the water pressure. Water Grasp the filter cartridge and rotate it clockwise until it stops. Firmly pull the filter down and out of the filter head.

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    The type of fittings and hoses required to connect depend on the type of installation. Use an Electrolux ACCFILT-24 filter kit and an Electrolux ACCKITA-24 flushing cartridge. When the coffee system is pulled out all the way, there is approximately three inch space to reach behind.

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    Care&Cleaning DECALCIFICATION INSTRUCTIONS/CONr.l Put a 2-quart sauce pan on the drip tray under the hot water and coffee dispenser to collect wash and rinse water. Point the hot water wand into the pan. Push the Hot Water button. Wait for the water to stop.

  • Page 39: Flushing Out The Coffee Maker

    Care & Cleaning Pour a packet of Puly Decalcifying Powder into a 16 ounce bottle. Fill the bottle with warm filtered water and shake well until the powder is dissolved. Pour the mixture into the water tank. Fill the tank with filtered water until it is half full.

  • Page 40: Solutions To Common

    Solutions to Common Problems Check these points to help save time and money. Problem Possible Solution Nothing works. • Connect coffee maker power plug to dedicated, grounded power receptacle. • Turn power on at junction box. Check for tripped circuit breaker or blown fuse. •...

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    Solutions to Common Problems Problem Possible Solution Amount of coffee made is • Normal size of a cup of espresso is about one too small. ounce. Push espresso or double espresso button multiple times. Coffee maker will not make ° Put pre-ground coffee in ground coffee chute before coffee drinks from ground the power switch is turned on.

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    Notes...

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    Damages caused by services performed by servicers other than Electrolux Home Products North America or its authorized servicers; use of parts other than genuine Electrolux Home Products parts; obtained from persons other than such servicers; or external causes such as abuse, misuse, inadequate power supply or acts of God.

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