7. Angle the pitcher so that the
steam wand is resting on the
spout of the pitcher and
lower the pitcher until the tip
of the steam nozzle is just
below the surface of the
milk. This will start to create a whirlpool
action in the milk (34).
NOTE: Do not allow the steam to spurt unevenly
or it will create aerated froth/large bubbles. If
this is happening, raise the pitcher so that the
steam nozzle is lowered farther into the milk.
8. As the steam heats and textures the milk,
the level of the milk in the pitcher will begin
to rise. As this happens, follow the level of
the milk by lowering the pitcher, always
keeping the tip of the steam nozzle just
below the surface.
9. Once the foam is created,
raise the pitcher until the
steam nozzle is in the center
of the milk (35).
TIP: The amount of foam
required will vary depending on the drinks being
made. For example, a cappuccino requires more
foam than a latte.
10. Stop the steam immediately
by turning the steam and
hot water control dial to the
center position (36).
Do not boil the milk.
11. Remove the pitcher,
immediately wipe the steam
nozzle and wand with a
clean damp cloth (37) and
purge a small amount of
USING THE HOT WATER
1. Place the cup or container
under the steam/hot water
nozzle and activate the hot
water function by turning the
steam and hot water control
dial to the hot water setting
2. Once you have dispensed the
required amount of hot water
into the cup or container, stop
the hot water by turning the
steam/hot water control dial
to the O position (39).
3. Remove the cup or container
and swing the steam/hot
water wand over the drip tray to catch any
drips of water (40).
Always turn the espresso maker off and remove
the plug from the electrical outlet before cleaning.
Never immerse unit in water or other liquid. To
clean, simply wipe with a clean damp cloth and
dry before storing.
CLEANING THE FILTERS, PORTAFILTER
HOLDER AND BREW HEAD
• The stainless steel filters and portafilter
holder should be rinsed under water
immediately after use to remove all coffee
particles. You may also use a cleaning pin to
clear the opening.
• Periodically run water through the machine
with the portafilter holder in place, but
without any ground coffee, to rinse out
any lingering coffee particles.
• The inside of the brew head should be wiped
with a damp cloth to remove any coffee
CLEANING THE OUTER HOUSING/CUP
The outer housing and cup warming plate
can be cleaned with a soft, damp cloth.
Do not use any scouring agents or harsh