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SERVICE MANUAL

MAESTRIA /GRAN MAESTRIA


COFFEE MACHINES

Maestria EF 285
Gran Maestria EF 287

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CONTENTS
1 General Safety Notes ........................................................................................6

2 Model Range ........................................................................................................7


2.1 Maestria ............................................................................................................. 7
2.2 Gran Maestria .................................................................................................... 7

3 Main Components ..............................................................................................8


3.1 Main components - Maestria .............................................................................. 8
3.1.1 Overview - Maestria .................................................................................8
3.1.2 Operating elements - Maestria.................................................................9
3.1.3 Interior view 1 - Maestria........................................................................10
3.1.4 Interior view 2 - Maestria........................................................................ 11
3.1.5 Interior view 3 - Maestria........................................................................12
3.2 Main components - Gran Maestria ................................................................... 13
3.2.1 Overview - Gran Maestria ......................................................................13
3.2.2 Overview - milk frother ...........................................................................14
3.2.3 Operating elements - Gran Maestria......................................................15
3.2.4 Interior view 1 - Gran Maestria...............................................................16
3.2.5 Interior view 2 - Gran Maestria...............................................................17
3.2.6 Interior view 3 - Gran Maestria...............................................................18
3.3 Fluid System .................................................................................................... 19
3.3.1 Water circuit diagram - Maestria ............................................................19
3.3.2 Water circuit diagram - Gran Maestria ...................................................20

4 Technical Data ...................................................................................................21


4.1 Rating plates .................................................................................................... 21
4.1.1 Nespresso specific rating plates ............................................................21
4.1.2 Rating plate details ................................................................................21
4.1.3 Rating plate of milk frother .....................................................................22
4.2 Summary of technical data............................................................................... 23
4.2.1 Technical data of coffee machines .........................................................23
4.2.2 Technical data of milk frother .................................................................24
4.2.3 Dimensions and weight - Maestria.........................................................25
4.2.4 Dimensions and weight - Gran Maestria................................................25
4.2.5 Dimensions and weight - milk frother.....................................................26

5 Machine settings and modes ........................................................................27


5.1 General information.......................................................................................... 27
5.2 Machine settings .............................................................................................. 27
5.2.1 Coffee level setting ................................................................................27
5.2.2 Steam handle setting (Maestria) ............................................................27
5.2.3 Milk frother setting (Gran Maestria) .......................................................28
5.2.4 Special settings ......................................................................................28
5.3 Status indication ............................................................................................... 29
5.3.1 Explanation of LED symbols ..................................................................29
5.3.2 General status indication .......................................................................30
5.3.3 Descaling status indication - Maestria ...................................................31
5.3.4 Descaling status indication - Gran Maestria ..........................................32

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5.3.5 Status indication of milk frother.............................................................. 33

6 Troubleshooting ............................................................................................... 34
6.1 Check list for Maestria coffee machine ............................................................ 34
6.2 Check list for Gran Maestria coffee machine ................................................... 37

7 Repairs................................................................................................................ 40
7.1 Safety instructions ........................................................................................... 40
7.2 Repair and mounting tips ................................................................................. 40
7.3 Tools and accessories ..................................................................................... 42
7.4 Repair instructions - Maestria .......................................................................... 42
7.4.1 General disassembly - Maestria ............................................................ 42
7.4.2 Replacing water tank connector ............................................................ 47
7.4.3 Replacing power cord ............................................................................ 48
7.4.4 Replacing electronic mainboard (Maestria) ........................................... 49
7.4.5 Replacing changeover (outlet) valve ..................................................... 51
7.4.6 Replacing steam valve .......................................................................... 53
7.4.7 Replacing thermoblocks and NTC temperature sensors ....................... 54
7.4.8 Replacing coffee pump and flow meter ................................................. 55
7.4.9 Replacing steam pump .......................................................................... 59
7.4.10 Replacing Espresso / Lungo push/turn controls .................................... 60
7.4.11 Replacing On/Off button assembly ........................................................ 62
7.4.12 Replacing brewing unit .......................................................................... 63
7.4.13 Replacing steam pipe ............................................................................ 64
7.4.14 Replacing support for cup holder........................................................... 66
7.4.15 Reassembly and wiring instructions - Maestria ..................................... 66
7.5 Repair instructions - Gran Maestria ................................................................. 73
7.5.1 General disassembly - Gran Maestria ................................................... 73
7.5.2 Replacing milk frother connector ........................................................... 80
7.5.3 Replacing cup heater............................................................................. 81
7.5.4 Replacing electronic mainboard (Gran Maestria) .................................. 82
7.5.5 Replacing milk regulator assembly ........................................................ 83
7.5.6 Reassembly and wiring instructions - Gran Maestria ............................ 83

8 Wiring diagrams ............................................................................................... 91


8.1 Wiring diagram versions .................................................................................. 91
8.2 Wiring diagrams - Maestria EF 285 ................................................................. 92
8.2.1 Wiring diagram Maestria 220 - 240 V, 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) ........................ 92
8.2.2 Wiring diagram Maestria 220 - 240 V, 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) ULKA .............. 94
8.2.3 Wiring diagram Maestria 120 V, 50 - 60 Hz (UL) ................................... 96
8.2.4 Wiring diagram Maestria 120 V, 50 - 60 Hz (UL) ULKA......................... 98
8.2.5 Wiring diagram Maestria 100 - 127 V, 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) ...................... 100
8.2.6 Wiring diagram Maestria 100 - 127 V, 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) ULKA ............ 102
8.3 Wiring diagrams - Gran Maestria EF 287 ...................................................... 104
8.3.1 Wiring diagram Gran Maestria 220 - 240 V / 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) ............ 104
8.3.2 Wiring diagram Gran Maestria 220 - 240 V / 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) ULKA.. 106
8.3.3 Wiring diagram Gran Maestria 120 V / 50 - 60 Hz (UL)....................... 108
8.3.4 Wiring diagram Gran Maestria 120 V / 50 - 60 Hz (UL) ULKA ............ 110
8.3.5 Wiring diagram Gran Maestria 100 - 127 V, 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) ............. 112
8.3.6 Wiring diagram Gran Maestria 100 - 127 V, 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) ULKA ... 114

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9 Function tests ................................................................................................. 116
9.1 Safety instructions.......................................................................................... 116
9.2 Required equipment....................................................................................... 116
9.2.1 Overview .............................................................................................. 116
9.2.2 Pressure gauge adaptor ...................................................................... 117
9.2.3 Mounting pressure gauge adapter ....................................................... 118
9.3 Measure flow rate........................................................................................... 119
9.4 Pressure and leakage checks ........................................................................ 120
9.4.1 Preparations.........................................................................................121
9.4.2 Test run ................................................................................................122
9.5 Measure coffee temperature .......................................................................... 123
9.6 Milk frother tests (Gran Maestria)................................................................... 125
9.6.1 Basic tests............................................................................................125
9.6.2 Measure hot milk temperature .............................................................125
9.7 Function test for cup heater (Gran Maestria) ................................................. 126
9.8 Function test for steam pipe (Maestria).......................................................... 128
9.9 Protective earth (PE) continuity test............................................................... 130
9.9.1 What coffee machine has to be tested and when? ..............................130
9.9.2 General ................................................................................................130
9.9.3 Test sequence......................................................................................131
9.9.4 What to do if the protective earth continuity test fails...........................133
9.10 Protective insulation test ................................................................................ 134
9.10.1 What coffee machines have to be tested and when? ..........................134
9.10.2 General ................................................................................................134
9.10.3 Test sequence......................................................................................135
9.10.4 What to do if the insulation test fails ....................................................136

10 Exploded Drawings........................................................................................137
10.1 Exploded drawings for Maestria EF 285 ........................................................ 137
10.2 Exploded drawings for Gran Maestria EF 287 ............................................... 147

11 Spare parts Lists .............................................................................................155


11.1 Spare part selection criteria............................................................................ 155
11.2 Spare parts list - Maestria EF 285 .................................................................. 155
11.3 Spare parts list - Gran Maestria EF 287 ......................................................... 158

12 Notes .................................................................................................................161

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PREFACE
The purpose of this service manual is to provide the service personnel with all necessary Please keep this
manual together with
information with regards to correct handling, maintenance and repair of the Maestria
the corresponding
coffee machine type EF 285 and the Gran Maestria coffee machine type EF 287. The service documentation.
user manuals are necessary to conduct proper operation, cleaning and descaling of This way you are assured
these coffee machines. to have the necessary
information.

This manual should be used by the technicians as a valuable aid to guarantee the
permanent readiness for use of the machines. In order to take full advantage of all the
functions, it is absolutely necessary to follow the instructions in this manual.

Spare parts lists and exploded drawings are subject to change. To obtain the last
version, please contact your official spare parts supplier.

Visit the Nespresso technical website periodically to check for upgrades, technical Access is restricted
and can be obtained
modifications, counter measures etc. for these coffee machines:
by asking your
https://business.nespresso.com Nespresso technical con-
tact person.

The version number


CONTENT UPDATES of this service manual
is printed on the lower
right corner of the front
page.

Version 1.0
• First released service manual version, in English only.

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GENERAL SAFETY NOTES

1 GENERAL SAFETY NOTES

Risk of fatal electrical shock and fire!


Mains voltage inside the coffee machine.
• Unplug appliance before cleaning.
• Never clean wet or immerse plug, cord or appliance in any fluid.
• Disconnect the mains plug before disassembly - the appliance must
be free of voltage.

As an additional safety measure, the use of a residual current device (RCD), also called
the ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI), in the repair centre is highly recommended.

This device does


not protect against
electrical shock due 1
to contact with both cir-
cuit conductors.
RESET

Example illustrations 2
of typical devices.
TEST

Use a GFCI with a trip


level of 4 - 6 mA (USA)
resp. a RCD with a trip
level of 15 - 30 mA (Europe).
A trip level above 30 mA 3
provides only very limited
protection against harm
from an electric shock.

RESET

4 TEST

1) RCD protected socket-outlet 3) GFCI socket


2) Plug-in RCD unit 4) Plug-in GFCI

Danger of burns!
Hot parts and water under pressure inside the coffee machine
(particularly in the two thermoblocks).
• Let coffee machine cool down before cleaning or disassembly.

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MODEL RANGE

2 MODEL RANGE
2.1 Maestria
Front view, right and
left side.

Simultaneous heat-up
of both thermoblocks
is only possible with
220 - 240 V versions.

This basic model is equipped with a steam pipe. The two functions - coffee preparation
and steam generation - cannot be used simultaneously.

2.2 Gran Maestria


Front view, right and
left side.

Simultaneous heat-up
of both thermoblocks
is only possible with
220 - 240 V versions.

This high-end model is equipped with a cup heater and a detachable milk frother. Out of Coffee preparation is
on hold until cup
three possible functions - coffee preparation, cup heating and milk frothing - two func-
heating operation is
tions can be carried out simultaneously. finished.

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MAIN COMPONENTS

3 MAIN COMPONENTS
3.1 Main components - Maestria
3.1.1 Overview - Maestria

1 2 3 4

11 10 9 8 7 6 5

1) Water tank 7) Tray cover


2) Steam pipe (pivotable, with steam 8) Capsule container (for used capsules,
nozzle and frothing sleeve) backlighted)
3) Cup support (pivotable) 9) Coffee outlet
4) Drip grid 10) Maintenance unit cpl.
5) Drip tray 11) Power cord
6) Metal plate for magnetic contact

The maintenance unit (10)


- consists of capsule container (8), drip grid (4) drip tray (5) and tray cover (7),
- can only be removed or inserted if the cup support (3) is tilted up,
- is locked in place by a permanent magnet in the coffee machine and a small metal
plate at the rear side of the drip tray (6).
The tray cover (7) can be removed for cleaning.

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3.1.2 Operating elements - Maestria

1 2 3

6 5 4

1) On/Off button 4) Push/turn control (Lungo)


2) Lever 5) Push/turn control (Espresso)
3) Indication lights (3x) 6) Steam handle

The On/Off button (1) automatically switches off the coffee machine after a preset time
of non-use (factory setting 9 min). For setting the auto shut time see “Special settings”
on page 28.

The lever (2) opens and closes the brewing unit and gives access to the feed opening
for the coffee capsule.

For all possible settings of the steam handle (6) and push/turn controls (4, 5) see
“Machine settings” on page 27.

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3.1.3 Interior view 1 - Maestria


Left side view, front
side. 1 2 3
Top cover, side pan-
els and bottom part
removed.

7 6 5 4
1) Micro switches (2x) 5) Thermoblock types 2010 (coffee) and
2) Steam valve 2011 (steam) arranged behind one
3) Brewing unit (TCBU) another
4) Relief tank for steam 6) NTC temperature sensor
7) Outlet valve of thermoblock

The micro switches (2) detect the position of the manual steam valve (3).

After using the steam pipe and turning the steam handle back from steam position to
ready mode position, the remaining steam is led into the relief tank (7). From there the
condensed water drips into the drip tray.

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MAIN COMPONENTS

3.1.4 Interior view 2 - Maestria


Right side view, rear
side.
Top cover, side pan-
els and bottom part
removed.

1 2 3 4

1) Pump for coffee preparation 3) Flow meter


2) Pump for steam preparation 4) ON/OFF switch assembly

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3.1.5 Interior view 3 - Maestria


View from below. Bot-
tom cover removed.

1 2 3

1) Terminal block 3) Electronic main board assembly


(power cord connection)
2) Water tank connector

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MAIN COMPONENTS

3.2 Main components - Gran Maestria


3.2.1 Overview - Gran Maestria

1 2 3 4 5 6

13 12 11 10 9 8 7

1) Drip grid 8) Power cord


2) Cup support (pivotable) 9) Maintenance unit cpl.
3) Cup heater 10) Capsule container (for used capsules,
4) Metal plate for magnetic contact backlighted)
5) Coffee outlet 11) Drip tray
6) Water tank 12) Tray cover
7) Milk frother 13) Floater

The maintenance unit (9)


- consists of capsule container (10), drip grid (1), drip tray (11) with floater (13) and
tray cover (12),
- can only be removed or inserted if the cup support (2) is tilted up,
- is locked in place by a permanent magnet in the coffee machine and a small metal
plate at the rear side of the drip tray (4).

The tray cover (12) can be removed for cleaning.


The drip tray (11) has a floater (13) that signals a high waste water level.

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MAIN COMPONENTS

3.2.2 Overview - milk frother


The milk frother is
part of the Gran
Maestria coffee
machine. 1

4
5

6
7

1) Lid 5) Spout
2) Seal 6) Power socket
3) Indication of max. milk and foam level 7) Whisk
4) Jug

The inside of the jug (4)


- has level marks (3),
- is surface-coated for easy cleaning.

The milk frother is controlled by the coffee machine solely and has no control or display
elements itself.

The power socket (6)


- connects the milk frother to the mains voltage input of the coffee machine.
- includes emitters and receivers for light signal transmission.

The whisk (7) contains two magnets and is driven by a magnetic coupling.

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3.2.3 Operating elements - Gran Maestria

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1) Rips (3x) on cup heater 5) Lever


2) Push/turn control (Espresso) 6) Indication light for milk frother
3) Indication lights (3x) 7) Push/turn control (milk frother)
4) Push/turn control (Lungo) 8) On/Off button

The On/Off button (1) automatically switches off the coffee machine after a preset time
of non-use. For the auto shut off setting see “Special settings” on page 28.

The lever (2) opens and closes the brewing unit and gives access to the feed opening
for the coffee capsule.

For possible settings of the push/turn controls (4, 5, 6) see “Machine settings” on
page 27.
The cup heater is
designed for the size
The cup heater is activated by pressing down its three rips (4) with the rim of a cup. of Nespresso’s
espresso cups.

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MAIN COMPONENTS

3.2.4 Interior view 1 - Gran Maestria


Left side view. Side
panels removed.
1 2

3 4

1) Thermoblock types 2010 (coffee) and 3) Pivoting mechanism for cup support
2011 (cup heating) arranged behind 4) Snap lock for capsule container
one another
2) NTC temperature sensor

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3.2.5 Interior view 2 - Gran Maestria


Right side view. Side
panels removed.

1 2 3

1) Pump for coffee preparation 3) Milk regulator


2) Pump for cup heating and flow meter
(not visible)

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MAIN COMPONENTS

3.2.6 Interior view 3 - Gran Maestria


View from below. Bot-
tom cover removed. 1 2 3 4

1) Terminal block (power cord 3) Electronic main board assembly


connection) 4) Micro switches (3x) of cup heater
2) Water tank connector 5) Milk frother connector

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3.3 Fluid System


3.3.1 Water circuit diagram - Maestria

1 2 3

TB 2010
4

5
6
7

9 TB 2011

10
TCBU

11 12 13 14 15

1) Flow meter 9) Thermoblock (2011)


2) Pump 10) Vent valve (optional)
3) Thermoblock (2010) 11) Drip tray
4) Water tank 12) Vent valve
5) Water tank valve 13) Steam pipe
6) Water tank connector 14) Steam valve
7) Filter 15) Brewing unit (TCBU) with check valve
8) Pump

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3.3.2 Water circuit diagram - Gran Maestria

1 2 3

TB 2010
4

5
6
7

9 TB 2011

10
TCBU

11

12 13

1) Flow meter 8) Pump


2) Pump 9) Thermoblock (2011)
3) Thermoblock (2010) 10) Outlet valve (optional)
4) Water tank 11) Cup warmer
5) Water tank valve 12) Drip tray
6) Water tank connector 13) Brewing unit (TCBU) with check valve
7) Filter

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TE C H N I C A L D A T A

4 TE C H N I C A L D A T A
4.1 Rating plates
The rating plate can
4.1.1 Nespresso specific rating plates be found at the bot-
tom of each coffee
Maestria, EU-version Gran Maestria, EU-version machine.

Maestria EF 285 Gran Maestria EF 287

4.1.2 Rating plate details

1 8
2
9
3
10
4
11
5 12
6 13

1) Brand name 8) Machine type


2) Voltage and power rating 9) Sign of conformity (CE)
3) Place of manufacture 10) Special disposal icon
4) National approval sign of Russia (do not dispose with ordinary waste)
(GOST R) 11) Russian protection class conformity
5) National approval sign of Germany 12) Conformity with RoHS guidelines
(VDE) (lead free solder, etc.)
6) Barcode 13) Article number of the rating plate
7) Serial number

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TE C H N I C A L D A T A

Decoding the alphanumeric serial number


By decoding the date Example:
of production and
machine type, the
coffee machine can be
120 19 2 871 0007 782 1JG
Checksum (if available)
identified exactly.
Colour version
Type of mains plug
Mains voltage
Distributing partner
Incremental number per production day
Manufacturing plant
Manufacturer designation of the machine type (EF 287)
12019... Date of production
(12 = year 2012, 019 = 19th day of the year)

4.1.3 Rating plate of milk frother


The example below shows a milk frother for 220 - 240 V mains voltage.

The milk frother is


part of the Gran
Maestria coffee
machine.
220-240 V
9 48
e 92 3195 410 - 50/6
c l . 490 0
rti Mod W

Hz
A
MAX
.6

C

DE N
IN SIGN BY AD D
SWITZ RLAN
E

Risk of damage!
The milk frother can be destroyed if connected to a wrong mains
voltage.
Check the mains voltage range on the rating plate whenever replacing a
defect milk frother.

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TE C H N I C A L D A T A

4.2 Summary of technical data


4.2.1 Technical data of coffee machines
Mains voltage ranges Technical data are
valid for both models,
Mains voltage Maestria and Gran
- Europe, RU, AU, CN, KR, SG, HK, ME, ZA, IL, BR, AR ........... 220-240 V / 50-60 Hz Maestria, unless explicitly
stated otherwise.
- USA, Canada, BR, MX .............................................................. 120-127 V / 50-60 Hz
- Japan, Taiwan (only for Maestria) ...............................................100-110 V / 50-60 Hz

Power rating
for 220-240 V ................................................................................................. < 2’300 W
for 120-127 V ................................................................................................. < 1’900 W
for 100-110 V.................................................................................................. < 1’500 W

Energy efficiency
Energy efficiency class level (Maestria & Gran Maestria)..................................A - 40%
Daily energy consumption (Maestria)................................................................... 81 Wh
Daily energy consumption (Gran Maestria).......................................................... 79 Wh
Annual energy consumption (Maestria & Gran Maestria) .................................. 29 kWh

Capacities
Water tank ...................................................................................................approx. 1.4 l Advised water tank
capacities to avoid
Drip tray ...............................................................................................................250 ml spilling.
Capsule container ................................................................................ 10 - 14 capsules
Milk frother (Gran Maestria) .............................................240 ml hot milk / 120 ml foam

Temperatures
Operating temperature ................................................................... + 5 °C up to + 45 °C
Storage temperature ..................................................................... - 25 °C up to + 60 °C
Safety temperature (thermal cut-off) ....................................................................167 °C
Coffee temperature at outlet .......................................................................86 °C ± 3 °C

Various data
Preheating time ....................................................................................... approx. 25 sec
Pump pressure.............................................................................................max. 19 bar

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4.2.2 Technical data of milk frother


Mains voltage
Version 92948:
Europe, RU, AU, CN, KR, SG, HK, ME, ZA, IL, BR, AR.............. 220-240 V / 50-60 Hz
Version 92947:
USA, Canada, BR, MX .................................................................. 120V / 127 V / 60 Hz

The milk frother


- is available in 2 different models, depending on above mains voltage ranges,
- has to match the mains voltage range of the associated coffee machine.

Power consumption
Version 92948 ............................................................................................ 410 - 490 W
Version 92947 / 120 V .......................................................................................... 450 W
Version 92947 / 127 V .......................................................................................... 505 W

Capacity
Hot milk ...................................................................................................... max. 240 ml
Hot/cold milk for milk froth ...........................................................................max. 120 ml

Performance data
Preparation times
(with full, semi-skimmed or skimmed milk at 6 °- 8 °C fridge temperature)
Cold milk froth (120 ml) .................................................................................60 - 90 sec
Hot velvety or dense milk froth (120 ml)........................................................60 - 90 sec
Hot milk (240 ml) .......................................................................................120 - 180 sec

Temperature
Hot milk, hot milk foam ............................................................................ + 64 °C ± 4 °C

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TE C H N I C A L D A T A

4.2.3 Dimensions and weight - Maestria

Dimensions (A x B x C) .................................................................. 385 x 302 x 170 mm


Power cord length ........................................................................................approx. 1 m
Weight (without water) .............................................................................approx. 5.3 kg

4.2.4 Dimensions and weight - Gran Maestria

A
C

Dimensions (A x B x C) ................................................................ 385 x 302 x 320 mm


Power cord length ........................................................................................approx. 1 m
Weight (without water, milk frother included) ..............................................approx. 7 kg

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4.2.5 Dimensions and weight - milk frother

Jug diameter (D)......................................................................................... max. 95 mm


Jug height (H)................................................ approx. 170 mm (jug without lid 165 mm)
Dimensions of whisk (diameter x height).....................................................33 x 32 mm
Weight (with spring whisk)......................................................................approx. 0.75 kg

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MACHINE SETTINGS AND MODES

5 MACHINE SETTINGS AND


MODES
5.1 General information
For an overview of operational controls see “Main Components” on page 8.
For basic operation of the coffee machines such as preparing a coffee and other related
information, refer to the user manual.

5.2 Machine settings


5.2.1 Coffee level setting
The two push/turn controls at the front side of the coffee machine set the volume of water
used for coffee preparation or rinsing according to the following table:

Dial setting Espresso Lungo


1 25 ml 70 ml
2 30 ml 90 ml
3 40 ml 110 ml
4 50 ml 130 ml
5 60 ml 150 ml

5.2.2 Steam handle setting (Maestria)


The handle at the left side of the Maestria coffee machine determines the operation of
the steam pipe according to the following table:

ON

STEAM
OFF

Handle setting Operating mode


OFF Steam circuit (thermoblock) switched off.
ON Thermoblock for steam generation heats up and stays heated
(standby mode).
STEAM Steam generation.

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MACHINE SETTINGS AND MODES

5.2.3 Milk frother setting (Gran Maestria)


The push/turn control at the right side of the Gran Maestria coffee machine determines
the operation mode of the milk frother according to the following table:

Dial setting Operating mode


1 cold milk froth preparation - velvety soft consistency
2 warm milk froth preparation -velvety soft consistency
3 warm milk froth preparation - dense consistency
4 warm milk preparation only

5.2.4 Special settings


In the menu mode special settings and functions are accessible.

Procedure:
1. Switch off coffee machine.
2. Press the espresso button while turning the machine on.
3. Set dials to the required settings (see table).
4. Press Lungo button to confirm setting or start procedure.
5. Press Espresso button for 5 seconds to exit menu mode any time.

Espresso push/turn control Lungo push/turn control


Dial setting Menu / Function Dial setting Setting / Value
1 9 minutes
2 30 minutes
1 Auto shut off 3 60 minutes
4 2 hours
5 8 hours

1 hard
2 Water hardness 2 medium
3 soft

Press Lungo button to


Emptying
3 - start emptying proce-
(evaporate residual water)
dure.

Descaling procedure
4 Descaling 1 depending on coffee
machine.

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Espresso push/turn control Lungo push/turn control


Dial setting Menu / Function Dial setting Setting / Value
Press Lungo button:
5 Reset to factory setting 1/2/3/4 • Auto shut off: 9 min
• Water hardness: hard

Function test of On/Off


5 Auto shut off test 5
button

5.3 Status indication


5.3.1 Explanation of LED symbols

LED symbol Description

LED off

LED status not defined, i.e. not important to show a certain


machine status.

Left / right LED on

Left / right LED blinking with 1 Hz (0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)

Left / right LED blinking with 2 Hz (0.25 s on, 0.25 s off)

Middle LED on, white

Middle LED blinking white with 1 Hz (0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)

Middle LED blinking white with 2 Hz (0.25 s on, 0.25 s off)

Middle LED on, orange

Middle LED blinking orange with 1 Hz (0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)

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5.3.2 General status indication


The middle LED is The left and right LEDs on the front side show the status of the coffee machine while the
bicoloured (white /
middle LED shows the status of the steam pipe (Maestria) or cup heater (Gran Maestria).
orange).

Left Middle Right


Machine status etc. LED signal
LED LED LED

Off (ON/OFF switch) All LEDs off

Steam Off (steam lever) Middle LED off

Left / right LEDs


Self test (heating up phase) blinking with 1 Hz
(0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)

Left / right LEDs


Heating up - coffee blinking with 1 Hz
(0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)

Middle LED
Heating up - steam / cup
blinking white with 1 Hz
heater
(0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)

Ready for coffee preparation Left / right LEDs on

Ready for steam


Middle LED on, white
preparation / cup heating

Left LED blinking with


Brewing or rinsing small cup 1 Hz (0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)
Right LED on

Right LED blinking with


Brewing or rinsing big cup 1 Hz (0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)
Left LED on

Middle LED
Steam preparation / cup
blinking white with 1 Hz
heating
(0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)

Descaling necessary Middle LED on, orange

All LEDs
Emptying (evaporating)
blinking with 2 Hz
water circuit for coffee
(0.25 s on, 0.25 s off)

Middle LED
Water circuit for coffee emp- blinking with 2 Hz
tied (0.25 s on, 0.25 s off)
Left / right LEDs on

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Left Middle Right


Machine status etc. LED signal
LED LED LED
Middle LED
Emptying (evaporating) blinking with 2 Hz
steam circuit / cup heater (0.25 s on, 0.25 s off)
Left / right LEDs on
Steam circuit / cup heater
emptied (coffee machine All LEDs off
blocked for 15 minutes)

Left / right LEDs


blinking with 2 Hz
Error
(0.25 s on, 0.25 s off)
3x every 2 sec.
Left / right LEDs
blinking with 1 Hz
Overheat - coffee
(0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)
(same as heat up)
Middle LED blinking
white with 1 Hz
Overheat - cup heater
(0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)
(same as heat up)

5.3.3 Descaling status indication - Maestria


Special light signals show the progress during descaling. Maestria and Gran
Maestria have differ-
ent descaling pro-
Left Middle Right grams and light signals.
Descaling status LED signal
LED LED LED

Middle LED on, orange


Descaling mode
Left / right LEDs off

Middle LED blinking


Descaling water and steam orange with 1 Hz
circuit (0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)
Left / right LEDs off

Water and steam circuit Middle LED on, green


descaled Left / right LEDs off

All LEDs
Rinsing water and steam
blinking with 1 Hz
circuit
(0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)

All LEDs on,


Water and steam circuit
left / right LEDs green,
rinsed
middle LED white

Descaling mode if descaling


was not successful (e.g. Middle LED on, orange
interrupted)

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5.3.4 Descaling status indication - Gran Maestria


Special light signals show the progress during descaling.

Left Middle Right


Descaling status LED signal
LED LED LED

Descaling mode Middle LED on, orange

Middle LED
Descaling cup heater blinking orange with 1 Hz
(0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)

Middle and right LED on,


Cup heater descaled
white and green

Middle LED on, white


Descaling water circuit
Right LED blinking with
(for coffee)
1 Hz (0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)

Left LED blinking with


1 Hz (0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)
Water circuit descaled
Middle and right LEDs
on, white and green
Left and middle LEDs
Rinsing cup heater blinking green with 1 Hz
(0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)

Left LED blinking with


1 Hz (0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)
Cup heater rinsed
Middle and right LEDs
on, white and green
Left / right LEDs
Rinse water circuit blinking with 1 Hz
(for coffee) (0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)
Middle LED on, white
All LEDs on,
Water circuit rinsed left / right LEDs green,
middle LED white

Descaling mode if descaling


was not successful (e.g. Middle LED on, orange
interrupted)

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5.3.5 Status indication of milk frother


The LED next to the push/turn control at the right side of the coffee machine
- is bicoloured (red / blue)
- shows the status of the milk frother according to the following table:

Milk frother status etc. LED LED signal


Not ready:
• Coffee machine switched off. Off
• Or milk frother missing (not connected to socket).

Ready:
• Milk frother connected to socket.
Red
• One out of three possible warm milk preparations
selected with push/turn control (pos. 2, 3 or 4).
Ready:
• Milk frother connected to socket.
Blue
• Cold milk froth preparation selected with push/turn
control (pos. 1).
Operating:
Red,
• Milk frother running.
blinking with 1 Hz
• One out of three possible warm milk preparations (0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)
selected with push/turn control (pos. 2, 3 or 4).
Operating: Blue,
• Milk frother running.
blinking with 1 Hz
• Cold milk froth preparation selected with push/turn
(0.5 s on, 0.5 s off)
control (pos. 1).
Failure / malfunction: To reset a fast red
Red, blinking LED:
• No liquid in jug fast blinking with 2 Hz
• Overheating because of too less or no milk • Remove milk frother
(0.25 s on, 0.25 s off) from socket.
• Burned milk on heating plate
• Remove cause of failure
Failure: Red, if possible.
• Mains voltage fluctuations fast blinking with 2 Hz
• Milk frother has wrong mains voltage range (0.25 s on, 0.25 s off)

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6 TR O U B L E S H O O T I N G
6.1 Check list for Maestria coffee machine
After an initial inspec- Measure / Further measures /
tion in accordance Check Error symptoms
repair work repair work
with this check list,
1.1 Housing parts YES - replace housing parts
errors are quickly found and
incomplete? NO - continue
corrected with the appropri-
ate measure. YES - replace housing parts if
1 Check the coffee 1.2 Housing parts bro-
necessary
Therefore, adhere to the machine for visi- ken or damaged?
NO - continue
sequence of the check list. ble damage
Repair every occurring error YES - replace power cord
1.3 Power cord dam-
and work the check list NO - connect coffee machine
aged?
through until it is completed. to the mains and continue
2.1 Capsule container YES - check capsule container Replace damaged parts
cannot be locked in and seat
place? NO - continue
YES - check drip tray with Replace damaged parts
2.2 Drip tray cannot be
metal cover
locked in place?
NO - continue
2.3 Cup support cannot YES - check cup support and Replace damaged parts
be tilted up, does mounting
not engage or rat- NO - continue
tles?
2 Check mechani- 2.4 Steam handle YES - check steam handle Replace damaged parts
cal components rotates unengaged mounting (screw, clip etc.)
or jams? NO - continue
YES Replace damaged or missing
- check brewing unit parts
- check lever brake
2.5 Lever cannot be
(on brewing unit)
operated correctly?
- check if rubber buffer is
missing
NO - continue
2.6 Lever makes unu- YES - check brewing unit Replace damaged parts
sual noises NO - continue
YES - replace water tank
3 Fill water tank 3.1 Water tank leaks
NO - continue
YES Replace damaged parts
- check power cord and
4.1 Coffee machine
terminal block
does not work (no
- check ON/OFF button
function at all)?
- check electronics
NO - continue
YES Replace damaged parts
4.2 White LEDs do not
- check electronics
light capsule con-
- check light guides
tainer?
NO - continue
4 Switch on coffee Thermoblock (for coffee) stays YES
machine with ON/ cold? - check electronics
OFF button - check thermo fuses
- check thermoblock
- check temperature sensor
4.3 Coffee machine
- check wiring
does not get ready
NO - continue
but stays in error
Thermoblock (for coffee) gets YES
mode
hot? - check electronics
- check thermoblock heating
element (ohmic resistance)
- check temperature sensor
Continue

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Measure / Further measures /


Check Error symptoms
repair work repair work
One or both LEDs above YES
4 Switch on coffee 4.3 Coffee machine
Espresso and Lungo push/turn - check Espresso / Lungo
machine with ON/ does not get ready
controls do not light up green? push/turn control modules
OFF button (con- but stays in error
- check electronics
tinued) mode (continued)
NO - continue
YES Replace damaged parts
5.1 Middle LED for - check micro switches at
steam nozzle does steam valve
not blink white? - check electronics
NO - continue
5 Turn steam lever YES Replace damaged parts
to position ON - check wiring
(check steam cir- - check temperature sensor
5.2 Middle LED for
cuit) (on thermoblock for steam)
steam nozzle does
- check thermo fuses
not light white but
(on thermoblock for steam)
continues blinking?
- check thermoblock for steam
- check electronics
NO - continue
YES
- check micro switches on
steam valve
6.1.1 Pump does not start?
- check pump (steam circuit)
- check electronics
NO - continue
YES
6.1 Steam handle is in - check water tank, water tank
"steam" position. valve and connector
No steam flows out - check tubing for leaks or
of steam pipe. clogging
- check steam pipe
6.1.2 Pump starts?
- check pump (steam circuit)
- check if thermoblock for
steam is calcified
- check if steam valve is
calcified
Continue
6 Test function of
YES
pumps
- check thermal cut-out (limitor)
on pump
- check Lungo push/turn
6.2.1 Pump does not start?
control module
- check wiring
6.2 Set dial of Lungo - check electronics
push/turn control to NO - continue
position 5 and YES
press Lungo but- - check tubing for leaks or
ton. clogging
No water flows out - check pump
of coffee outlet. (water circuit)
6.2.2 Pump starts? - check flow meter
- check if thermoblock for
coffee is calcified
- check brewing unit and its
check valve
Continue

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Measure / Further measures /


Check Error symptoms
repair work repair work
7.1 Coffee capsule YES - check brewing unit Replace damaged parts
cannot be inserted NO - continue
in brewing unit?
YES Replace damaged parts
7.2 Lever cannot be - check lever
closed correctly? - check brewing unit
NO - start coffee preparation
YES
7.3 Coffee capsule not - check brewing unit Replace damaged parts.
perforated? - check pump pressure Check pump.
NO - continue
7.4 Coffee flows in cap- YES - check brewing unit
sule container and NO - continue
drip tray?
7 Test coffee prepa-
YES Descale coffee machine (see
ration (set dials of
- check for calcification user manual).
Espresso and 7.5 Coffee temperature
- check flow meter Clean or replace flow meter.
Lungo push/turn too low (below
- check temperature sensor Replace damaged parts.
controls to posi- 83 °C)?
- check electronics
tion 3 each)
NO - continue
YES
7.6 Coffee temperature
- check temperature sensor
too high (over Replace damaged parts.
- check electronics
89 °C)?
NO - continue
YES
- check water circuit (leakages)
- check flow meter Clean or replace flow meter.
7.7 Fill capacity not
- check push/turn control Replace damaged parts.
correct?
modules
- check electronics
NO - continue
7.8 Coffee capsule not YES - check brewing unit
ejected? NO - continue
YES Replace damaged parts
- check push/turn control
8.1 Middle LED does
modules
not light up
- check wiring
8 Test automatic orange?
- check electronics
shut off (see “Spe-
NO - continue
cial settings” on
YES
page 28)
8.2 Coffee machine - check push/turn control
does not switch modules
off? - check electronics
Continue
YES - Descale coffee machine Inform customer to descale
9 Descale coffee
9.1 Coffee machine (see user manual) coffee machine according to
machine
calcified? NO - continue user manual and to use the
(if necessary)
specified descaling product.
YES
10 Empty coffee
10.1 Coffee machine - check push/turn control
machine (evapo-
cannot be emp- modules
rate residual
tied? - check electronics
water)
NO - continue
11 Final cleaning Clean coffee machine
YES - check wiring and assem- Repeat safety inspection after
12.1 Safety inspection
12 Perform safety bly resolving problem(s).
not passed?
inspection (see NO - continue
“Function tests” 12.2 No errors found YES - For further investigation
on page 116 according to check please contact the Nespresso
list? Service Division
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6.2 Check list for Gran Maestria coffee machine


Measure / Further measures / After an initial inspec-
Check Error symptoms tion in accordance
repair work repair work
with this check list,
1.1 Housing parts YES - replace housing parts
errors are quickly found and
incomplete? NO - continue
corrected with the appropri-
YES - replace housing parts if ate measure.
1 Check the coffee 1.2 Housing parts bro-
necessary
machine for visi- ken or damaged? Therefore, adhere to the
NO - continue
ble damage sequence of the check list.
YES - replace power cord Repair every occurring error
1.3 Power cord dam-
NO - connect coffee machine and work the check list
aged?
to the mains and continue through until it is completed.
2.1 Capsule container YES - check capsule container Replace damaged parts
cannot be locked in and seat
place? NO - continue
YES - check drip tray with Replace damaged parts
2.2 Drip tray cannot be
metal cover
locked in place?
NO - continue
2.3 Cup support cannot YES - check cup support and Replace damaged parts
be tilted up, does mounting
not engage or rat- NO - continue
2 Check mechani-
tles?
cal components
YES Replace damaged or missing
- check brewing unit parts
- check lever brake
2.4 Lever cannot be
(on brewing unit)
operated correctly?
- check if rubber buffer is
missing
NO - continue
2.5 Lever makes unu- YES - check brewing unit Replace damaged parts
sual noises NO - continue
YES - replace water tank
3 Fill water tank 3.1 Water tank leaks
NO - continue
YES Replace damaged parts
- check power cord and
4.1 Coffee machine
terminal block
does not work (no
- check ON/OFF button
function at all)?
- check electronics
NO - continue
YES Replace damaged parts
4.2 White LEDs do not
- check electronics
light capsule con-
- check light guides
tainer?
NO - continue
4.3.1 One or both ther- YES
moblocks stay cold? - check wiring
4 Switch on coffee - check thermo fuses
machine with ON/ - check thermoblock(s)
OFF button - check temperature sensor(s)
- check electronics
NO - continue
4.3 Coffee machine
4.3.2 One or both ther- YES
does not get ready
moblocks get hot? - check electronics
but stays in error
- check temperature sensor(s)
mode
- check thermoblock(s)
NO - continue
4.3.3 One or more of the three YES
LEDs at the front side do not - check push/turn control
light steadily green? module(s)
- check electronics
NO - continue

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Measure / Further measures /


Check Error symptoms
repair work repair work
5.1.1 Cup heater (pump) starts YES - check rips / micro
if only one or two rips are switches
pressed? NO - continue
5.1.2 Pump for hot water does YES
not start? - check rips / micro switches
- check pump
- check electronics
NO - continue
5.1.3 Pump starts but there is YES
5.1 Cup heater mal-
no water flow? - check water tank (water tank
function:
valve)
• number of pressed
- check water tank connector
rips (micro switches)
- check tubing for leaks or
• no water
clogging
• only cold water etc.
- check pump (for hot water)
- check if thermoblock (for hot
water) is calcified
NO - continue
5.1.4 Pump starts but there is YES
only cold water flow? - check thermo fuses on
5 Test function of
thermoblock for hot water
pumps
- check electronics
NO - continue
5.2.1 Pump for coffee does not YES
start? - check thermal cut-out (limitor)
on pump
- check Lungo push/turn
control module
- check wiring
5.2 Set dial of Lungo
- check electronics
push/turn control to
NO - continue
position 5 and
5.2.2 Pump for coffee starts? YES
press Lungo but-
- check tubing for leaks or
ton.
clogging
No water flows out
- check pump
of coffee outlet.
- check flow meter
- check if thermoblock for
coffee is calcified
- check brewing unit and its
check valve
Continue
6.1 Coffee capsule YES - check brewing unit Replace damaged parts
cannot be inserted NO - continue
in brewing unit?
YES Replace damaged parts
6.2 Lever cannot be - check lever
closed correctly? - check brewing unit
NO - start coffee preparation
6 Test coffee prepa-
YES
ration (set dials of
6.3 Coffee capsule not - check brewing unit Replace damaged parts.
Espresso and
perforated? - check pump pressure Check pump.
Lungo push/turn
NO - continue
controls to posi-
tion 3 each) 6.4 Coffee flows in cap- YES - check brewing unit
sule container and NO - continue
drip tray?
YES
6.5 Coffee temperature - check flow meter Clean or replace flow meter.
too low (below - check temperature sensor Replace damaged parts.
83 °C)? - check electronics
NO - continue

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Measure / Further measures /


Check Error symptoms
repair work repair work
YES Descale coffee machine (see
6.6 Coffee temperature - check for calcification user manual).
too high (over - check temperature sensor Replace damaged parts.
89 °C)? - check electronics
NO - continue
YES
6 Test coffee prepa- - check water circuit (leakages)
ration (continued) - check flow meter Clean or replace flow meter.
6.7 Fill capacity not
- check push/turn control Replace damaged parts.
correct?
modules
- check electronics
NO - continue
6.8 Coffee capsule not YES - check brewing unit
ejected? NO - continue
YES
- check milk frother
7.1 Milk frother not rec-
- check wiring of milk frother
ognized by coffee
connector
machine?
- check electronics
NO - continue
YES
- check milk frother
- check push/turn control for
7.2 Milk frother does
milk frother operation
not work?
7 Test milk frother - check milk frother connector
- check electronics
NO - continue
YES
7.3 No or not enough - check spring whisk Clean or replace spring whisk
milk foam - check milk frother
NO - continue
7.4 Temperature of milk YES - check milk frother
foam out of range? NO - continue
7.5 Milk frother does YES - check milk frother
not switch off? NO - continue
YES Replace damaged parts
- check push/turn control
8.1 Middle LED does
modules
not light up
- check wiring
8 Test automatic orange?
- check electronics
shut off (see “Spe-
NO - continue
cial settings” on
YES
page 28)
8.2 Coffee machine - check push/turn control
does not switch modules
off? - check electronics
Continue
YES - Descale coffee machine Inform customer to descale
9 Descale coffee
9.1 Coffee machine (see user manual) coffee machine according to
machine
calcified? NO - continue user manual and to use the
(if necessary)
specified descaling product.
YES
10 Empty coffee
10.1 Coffee machine - check push/turn control
machine (evapo-
cannot be emp- modules
rate residual
tied? - check electronics
water)
NO - continue
11 Final cleaning Clean coffee machine
12.1 Safety inspection YES - check wiring / assembly Repeat safety inspection after
12 Perform safety
not passed? NO - continue resolving problem(s).
inspection (see
12.2 No errors found YES - For further investigation
“Function tests”
according to check please contact the Nespresso
on page 116
list? Service Division
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7 REPAIRS
These repair instructions
- are based on exploded drawings with position numbers combined with repair and
mounting tips,
- presuppose basic knowledge in repairing Nespresso coffee machines.
As a rule, similar components (e.g. pumps, thermoblocks etc.) of the two
coffee machine models are presented in detail only once in the Maestria
repair instructions.

7.1 Safety instructions


Risk of fatal electrical shock!
Mains voltage inside the coffee machine.
Disconnect the mains plug before disassembly - the coffee machine
must be free of voltage.
Danger of burns!
Hot parts and water under pressure inside the coffee machine (e.g.
encapsulated thermoblocks).
Let coffee machine cool down before disassembly.

7.2 Repair and mounting tips


These general advices are completed with specific repair tips in this chapter.

Additional information
For components not mentioned in this repair chapter, refer to the chapters "Exploded
Drawings" on page 137 and "Spare parts Lists" on page 155.

Snap connections
Some covers and components of the coffee machine are connected screwless with
latches.
When loosening these latches, proceed with care and patience to avoid
causing any damage.

Screw connections
• Do not overtighten screws. Plastic threads and inserts are delicate.
• Metal housing parts are fastened with self-tapping screws. Replacement housing
parts are unthreaded.

Risk of damage!
Replacement housing parts are unthreaded.
Take particular care when cutting new threads.
Preferably use a metric M4 thread cutter or one of the self-tapping
screws instead.
Cut all new threads before assembly.

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Observe max. torque for the screw connections according to the following table:

Screws Screw connections Torques


on new aluminium parts without threads, e.g. 200 (+50/-50) Ncm
TX 20, self-tapping
upper cover, base 2 (+0.5/-0.5) Nm
60 (+20/-10) Ncm
TX 10 (4 x) on lever of brewing unit (TCBU)
0.6 (+0.2/-0.1) Nm
50 (+30/-0) Ncm
TX 10 (4 x) on brewing unit (TCBU)
0.5 (+0.3/-0) Nm
150 (+30/-0) Ncm
TX 10 on thermoblock support (central)
1.5 (+0.3/-0) Nm
80 - 100 Ncm
NTC threaded bolt NTC sensor fixation on thermoblock
0.8 - 1.0 Nm
150 (+30/-0) Ncm
TX 20 (2 x) Clip for thermo fuse, fixation on thermoblock
1.5 (+0.3/-0) Nm
Ground connection (PE) on base and holder for 150 (+30/-0) Ncm
TX 20
brewing unit 1.5 (+0.3/-0) Nm

Designation of spare parts


The components in the following illustrations are indexed with position numbers.
See separate spare parts list for corresponding spare part numbers.
Distinguish between spare parts of the two different coffee machine models.

Electrostatic discharge protection


When installing a new electronic mainboard, the service technician must be earthed with
a grounding band.

Wiring arrangement
Random changes in the wiring arrangement during a repair can cause
- squeezed and damaged wires,
- electromagnetic interferences.

Protective measures:
• Do not change the course of internal wiring during repair.
• Use all existing cable ducts and clips.

Residual water
• If it is necessary to pull off hoses from components, hold ready a small beaker and
a towel to collect and wipe away leaking water.
• The coffee machine must be emptied of residual water for repair or shipment (refer
to "Special settings" on page 28).

Protection against scratches


During general disassembly, lay all metallic housing parts on a soft cloth to avoid
damaging their surface.

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7.3 Tools and accessories


With the following assortment of tools, all repairs described can be made:

A bit holder with • TORX screwdrivers • Small permanent magnet (mounting


appropriate bits can (TX 8, TX 10, TX 20) aid)
also be used as
screwdriver. • Screwdriver, flat, no. 2 • Beaker and towel to catch and wipe
• Hexagonal wrench SW 9 away leaking water
• Pointed pliers, curved

7.4 Repair instructions - Maestria


7.4.1 General disassembly - Maestria
For the actual repair This general disassembly gives access to the main components.
disassemble coffee
machine only as far
as necessary.

171

183

801 178 + 179 +


182 + 814

• Open closing handle to check if a capsule is in the brewing unit.


• Empty water system if hoses have to be detached for repair.
• Switch machine off.
• Disconnect power plug and let coffee machine cool down.
• Take away water tank (801).
• Pull out cup support (183) by hand.
• Remove maintenance unit (capsule container (179), drip tray (814), drip tray cover
(182) and drip grid (178)).
• Pull out shaft (171) by hand.
• Place the coffee machine on a dismantling surface that will not damage or scratch
the metallic housing of the machine.

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168

167

160

Only if necessary:
• Turn cable holder (168) to the side.
• Remove power cord from strain relief and cable-storage fixation.

• Loosen 6 screws (TX 20) and remove base cover (167) from base (160).

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824

• Loosen fixing screw and remove steam handle (824).

161

160

A small permanent • Position a small permanent magnet as mounting aid at the base (160) to fix its coun-
magnet (161), loosely terpart (161).
inserted in the base
acts as magnetic mounting
for the drip tray.

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Coffee machine is
160
shown upside down
for better visibility of
fixing screws.

170

169

• Loosen 4 fixing screws (TX 20) of side panels (169, 170) at base (160).
• Loosen 4 upper fixing screws (TX 20) of side panels.
• Pull base a little bit away from machine to release the side panels. Take care not to
• Lift up and incline the side panels to remove them. stress wiring and
hoses between base
and upper part.

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132

803

802

130

• Loosen 4 fixing screws (TX 20) of upper part of housing (132).


• Open lever (130) vertically.
• Lift upper part of housing (132) a little bit at the front side and pivote the housing from
the back to the front following the lever.
• Unplug connectors from the push/turn controls (802, 803) of the coffee buttons.
• Remove upper part of housing (132).

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7.4.2 Replacing water tank connector


The water tank con-
nector (808) is
replaced together
a with gasket and sieve
insert.

808 b

a) Hose to flow meter b) Hose to steam pump

• Pull off both hoses from water tank connector (808).


• Loosen 2 screws (TX 10) and remove water tank connector.

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7.4.3 Replacing power cord

166

165

164

• Loosen 2 screws (TX 10) and remove strain relief clamp (165).
• Unscrew power cord connections (166) from terminal block (164).

Assembly checkpoints
• The strain relief clamp (165) is designed for different cable diameters. Check that
the strain relief clamp is correctly mounted (correct side up or down, see detail in
illustration and following table) by pulling on the cable. It must not be possible to pull
out the cable.

Mounting position of strain relief clamp Permissible diameter of power cord

Grooves down on power cord XX - XX mm

Spikes down on power cord XX - XX mm

• Check that all terminal screws are retightened.

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7.4.4 Replacing electronic mainboard (Maestria)


Top covers removed.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

X26

X25
X3
X27
X16 X22 X14
X11

X10
X12
X20
X18

X13
X19

X15
X17
X1

X6
X9

X7
X8

The bottom cover has


2 cable guides (8).
Other guides are
present on the print cover.
Cables must be correctly
8 guided to avoid squeezing.

Connectors
1) no wiring 4) Flow meter connector (white) The connectors are
coloured to match the
2) NTC 1 temperature sensor connector 5) Lungo push/turn control (red) cable colours.
(red), coffee thermoblock 6) Steam valve connector
3) NTC 2 temperature sensor connector (3 colours)
(white), steam thermoblock 7) Espresso push/turn control (white)

Flat receptacles
X11 Heat 2, steam thermoblock (gray) X20 no wiring
X10 Heat 1, coffee thermoblock (white) X13 no wiring
X9 N, On/Off button (light blue) X15 Ph Pump 1+2, both pumps (brown)
X1 no wiring X17 no wiring
X19 Pump 2, steam pump (gray) X7 Ph Heat 1, coffee thermoblock (brown)
X18 Pump 1, coffee pump (white) X8 Ph Heat 2, steam thermoblock (brown)
X12 shut down, On/Off button (black) X6 L(F), On/Off button (brown)

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125

806

• Unclip and remove electronic cover (125).


• Unplug all connectors and flat receptacles from electronic main board.
• Remove all wires from cable guides on electronic main board assembly (806).
• Loosen 4 fixing screws (TX 10) and remove electronic main board assembly.

Assembly checkpoints
• Insert all wires with flat receptacles in cable guides.
• Check correct position of connectors and flat receptacles on electronic mainboard
(see page 49).

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7.4.5 Replacing changeover (outlet) valve

61

58

• Pull both clips (58) from fluid connections and remove outlet valve (61).

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Assembly checkpoint

62

61

820

203

Also note the arrows • Observe correct mounting position of outlet valve (61) according to illustration.
on top of the outlet
valve case (61):
arrow in - from thermoblock
arrow out - towards relieve
tank (820).

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7.4.6 Replacing steam valve

821

82

• Pull clips from fluid connections and remove both pressure hoses.
• Loosen screw (TX 10) and remove steam valve clip (82).
• Loosen 2 screws (TX 10) and remove steam valve (821).

Assembly tip
• To prevent cabling errors:
Lay defect steam valve beside new one.
Carefully unplug flat receptacles from micro switches and immediately connect them
to new steam valve.

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7.4.7 Replacing thermoblocks and NTC temperature sen-


sors
Depending on A defect thermoblock can only be replaced with an assembly consisting of:
national regulations, - thermoblock cover (upper or lower part of encapsulation),
one or two thermo
fuses are mounted on each - thermoblock,
thermoblock (see “Wiring - pre-wiring with NTC temperature sensor and thermo fuse(s).
diagrams” on page 91 and
following).
821

Remaining water will


flow out of the ther-
moblocks while
removing the hoses. 809 (coffee)

810 (steam)

47

29
61

Replacing thermoblocks
• Remove steam valve (821) for better access to top latch of thermoblock cover.
• Pull fluid connection clip and remove outlet valve (61, only for Maestria) from steam
thermoblock (810).
• Remove all wires from cable guides on top cover (810).
• Loosen 2 fixing screws (TX 10) on top cover.
• Release 2 latches with screwdriver and remove cover with steam thermoblock (810).
• Remove electrical connections and hoses from defect steam thermoblock or replace
NTC temperature sensor (47).
To replace coffee thermoblock (809):
• Remove electrical connections and hoses from defect coffee thermoblock.
• Loosen 2 screws (TX 10) and remove coffee thermoblock with bottom cover (809).
• Now the NTC temperature sensor (29) can be replaced.

Assembly checkpoint
• Tighten the new NTC temperature sensor and spring ring with a torque wrench (for
max. torque see “Repair and mounting tips” on page 40).

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7.4.8 Replacing coffee pump and flow meter


Coffee pump and thermal protection variants
The coffee machine is equipped either with a Ulka/Ceme pump with thermo fuse or a
Sysko pump with a thermostat depending on the voltage range.
It is important to know the main features of the different thermal protection devices.

1) Thermo fuse (not visible) mounted on 2) Thermostat "Limitor" (magnified view)


Ulka / Ceme pump mounted on Sysko pump

Thermo fuses (1) on thermoblocks and the coffee pump are of the same component
type. As soon as the maximum temperature is exceeded they interrupt the electric
circuit permanently. Like a blown fuse they need to be replaced (together with the
pump).

The "Limitor" (2) is a reversible temperature switch. When a fixed cut-off temperature is
reached, a bimetal disk will snap over, breaking a contact system and thereby inter-
rupting the electric circuit of the pump.
After cooling down and reaching the closing temperature, the bimetal disk will automat-
ically return into its original position and thus closes the electric circuit again.
A tripped Limitor resets after about 30 min automatically.

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Remove coffee pump assembly with flow meter


The Sysko pump is
shown as example.
Position numbers of
the Ulka / Ceme pump and 58
its accessory are indicated
in brackets.

805
(811)

• Pull fluid connection clip (58) and remove pressure hose from outlet of pump (805 /
811).

14

• Remove wires from cable guide on lower pump holder (14).


• Unplug flat receptacle of pump wire from electronic mainboard (see “Replacing elec-
tronic mainboard (Maestria)” on page 49).
• Remove flat receptacle from pump.

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• Remove flow meter hose from water tank connector (see “Replacing water tank
connector” on page 47).

Upper (15 / 197) and


lower (14 / 196) pump
holders have stop-
pers and latches.

15
(197)

22
1
14
(196)

• Unlatch lower pump holder (14 / 196): Insert screwdriver blade into gap between
pump holder and holder (1). Then swivel screwdriver and move out pump assembly
with flow meter (22) partly.
• Remove upper pump holder (15 / 197): Press in both wedges one after another with
a screwdriver and pull out upper pump holder from the machine.
• Disconnect the cable from flow meter (22) and remove the pump assembly
completely.

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805
(811)
21
(201)
15
(197)

22

14
(196)

• Pull pump inlet out of molded tube (21 / 201)


• Remove upper pump holder (15 / 197) from pump (805 / 811).

To replace flow meter:


• Remove cable connector from flow meter (22) if not already done.
• Remove hoses and pull flow meter out of lower pump holder (14 / 196).

Assembly checkpoints
• Check condition of pump holder (15 / 197): Replace a damaged pump holder.
• Check that pump holder (15 / 197) fits correctly on pump (805 / 811).
• Press in and turn new flow meter until it is locked on lower pump holder (14 / 196).
• If the pump of a different manufacturer is used for replacement, additional parts of
the pump support etc. must be exchanged too (refer to annex of exploded drawings).
• When inserting back the complete pump assembly with flow meter, check that the
latches of the lower pump holder (14 / 196) are in place correctly (clicking sound).

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7.4.9 Replacing steam pump

7
9
6

5
10

• For better access remove lower pump holder (14) with coffee pump and flow meter
first (see “Replacing coffee pump and flow meter” on page 55).
• Remove hose (10) from pump inlet (6).
• Pull fluid connection clip and remove fluid nipple (8) from steam thermoblock (810).
• Remove flat receptacle with gray wire (coming from electronic mainboard) from
pump.
• For better handling pull pump inlet out of pump holder (5).
• Press laterally at the front side of the pump holder to remove it from inner guiding The pump holder has
stoppers in the mid-
groove. Then pull it out of outer guiding groove laterally.
dle and at the rear
• Remove spring clip (9) and reinforced hose (7) from pump outlet. side and cannot be pulled
out.
• Remove pump from pump holder (5).

Assembly checkpoints
• For tightness reason, replace the following parts together with the steam pump: Always use new
spring clips and a
• Reinforced hose (7) reinforced hose for
• 2 spring clips (9) assembly.
• Make sure that pump holder is inserted in guiding grooves completely:
• Pre-assemble new pump in pump holder (5) with reinforced hose (7) and spring
clip (9). Do not insert pump inlet in pump holder yet.
• Insert pump holder in outer guiding groove at first.
• With the help of a screwdriver press pump holder into inner guiding groove.

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7.4.10 Replacing Espresso / Lungo push/turn controls

803 802

139

813
1

812

• Set defect push/turn button (802 / Espresso or Lungo / 803) to position 1.


Don't remove com- • To release button, lift clip (139) slightly with
pletely the clip (139)
as it is not easy to put - a small hook (preferred)
it back in place. - or with a screwdriver if the push/turn control module is already defect (the screw-
driver will damage the connector case).
• Pull off complete knob (Espresso 812, Lungo 813) and replace if defect.

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802

803

152

• To remove the push/turn control module (Espresso 802, Lungo 803), press down
latch (A) of holder (152) with a screwdriver.
• Then insert thumb or finger tip in front opening and press push/turn control module
backwards with caution until it is released from latch (A).
• Remove screwdriver and use it to open both latches (B) of holder (152) one after the
other.
• Carefully remove push/turn control module out of holder (152). Risk to break the
light guide when
removing the push/
turn control module.
Assembly checkpoints
• Position knob in position 1 before reassembly.
• Do not exchange Espresso and Lungo push/turn buttons (Espresso 812, Lungo
813) by accident.
• Verify that the light guide (153) is correctly placed and is visible from the outside.

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7.4.11 Replacing On/Off button assembly

804

• Remove all wires of On/Off button (804) from electronic mainboard (see “Replacing
electronic mainboard (Maestria)” on page 49).
• Loosen 2 screws (TX 10) with screwdriver and remove On/Off button assembly
(804).
• For access to wiring open 4 latches and remove top cover with switch.

Assembly checkpoint
• After reassembly
- make sure that On/Off button can be operated smoothly,
- check auto shut off functionality (see “Auto shut off test” in table on page 29).

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7.4.12 Replacing brewing unit

96
130

823

95

• Remove clip from fluid pressure hose connection at thermoblock (809).


• Loosen 2 screws (TX 20 (axle bolt) and TX 10) and remove lever brake assembly The Gran Maestria
has no lever brake.
(823 with other parts, for Maestria EF 285 only).
• Loosen 4 screws (TX 10) and remove brewing unit (96) from holder (95).
• Loosen 4 screws (TX 10) and remove lever (130) for re-use.

Assembly checkpoint
• Respect the torque forces indicated in table of chapter "Repair and mounting tips"
on page 40.

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7.4.13 Replacing steam pipe

96

95

94
93

89

95

822

• Remove On/Off button assembly (see “Replacing On/Off button assembly” on


page 62).
• Remove clip from brewing unit hose connection at thermoblock (809) or at brewing
unit TCBU (96).
• Loosen 4 screws (TX 10) and remove brewing unit holder (95) together with brewing
unit (96).
• Loosen 4 screws (TX 10) and remove outlet casing (94).
• Unscrew steam nozzle manually and pull off frothing tube (822) from steam tube (91).
• Loosen 4 screws (TX 10) from upper holder (93).
• Remove clip from steam pipe hose connection at steam tube holder (89).
Refer to exploded • Remove upper holder (93) for access to inside parts or remove complete steam pipe
drawing for replacea-
assembly by pushing the steam tube (91) through opening in holder (1).
ble inside parts.

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Assembly checkpoint

92

• Replace the black seal (92) in housing (1) correctly.

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7.4.14 Replacing support for cup holder

807

70 820

• Loosen screw (TX 10) and remove relieve tank (820, Maestria only).
• Loosen 2 screws (TX 10) and remove support (807) for cup holder together with
spring (70).

7.4.15 Reassembly and wiring instructions - Maestria


Reassembly checkpoints
• Check if permanent magnet (161) for drip tray is inserted in base (160). Remove
mounting aid (additional magnet) if present.
• Take care not to jam any wires between base and upper part (especially wiring of
electronic main board).

Wiring instructions and checks


A final wiring check must be conducted before mounting the side panels and the bottom
cover.
For wiring of elec- Refer to the following left and right side views for critical places and spots where wiring
tronic mainboard
problems can appear.
refer to page 49.

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Wiring on left side of Maestria

1 2

5
6

Wiring instructions:

1) Insert wires in comb-like cable guide.

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2) Secure ground wires with retaining


washer.

3) Insert wires in comb-like cable guide.

4) Connect wires to micro switches cor-


rectly (red wire is connected to top
micro switch).
If in doubt, test steam valve functional-
ity.

5) Insert wires in cable clamp.

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6) Insert wires to electronic main board in


2 cable guides.

7) Insert wires to electronic main board in


cable guide.

8) Insert wires in latch at heat sink.

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Wiring on right side of Maestria

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Wiring instructions:

1) Pass wires towards Espresso and


Lungo push/turn control modules
between brewing unit and its metallic
holder.

Pass wires towards Espresso and


Lungo push/turn control modules
between brewing unit and its metallic
holder.

2) Insert wires in 3 cable clamps.

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3) Insert wires in cable guide.

4) Insert wires in comb-like cable guide.

5) Insert wires in comb-like cable guide.


Lay wire from pump behind pressure
hose.

6) Insert wires in latch at heat sink.

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7.5 Repair instructions - Gran Maestria


For similar components (e.g. pumps, thermoblocks etc.) of the two coffee
machine models, refer to the Maestria repair instructions.

7.5.1 General disassembly - Gran Maestria


This general disassembly gives access to the components and wiring of the coffee
machine.

For the actual repair


801 disassemble coffee
machine only as far
as necessary.

185

179 + 180 +
181 + 184 + 814 176
191

• Open closing handle to check if a capsule is in the brewing unit.


• Empty water system if hoses have to be detached for repair.
• Switch machine off.
• Disconnect power plug and let coffee machine cool down.
• Remove milk frother (19).
• Take away water tank (801).
• Pull out cup support (185) by hand.
• Remove maintenance unit (capsule container (181), drip tray (814) with floater
(179), drip tray cover (184) and drip grid (180)).
• Pull out shaft (176) for cup support by hand.

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• Place the coffee machine on a dismantling surface that will not damage or scratch
the metallic housing of the machine.

173

• Loosen 6 screws (TX 20) and remove aluminium base (173).

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175

174

Only if necessary:
• Turn cable holder (175) to the side.
• Remove power cord from strain relief and cable-storage fixation.

• Loosen 10 screws (TX 20) and remove plastic base (174).

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142 141

A small permanent • Position a small permanent magnet as mounting aid at the base (141) to fix its coun-
magnet (142), loosely terpart (142).
inserted in the base
acts as magnetic mounting
for the drip tray.

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Coffee machine is
shown upside down
for better visibility of
141 fixing screws.

148

149

• Loosen 4 fixing screws (TX 20) of side panels (148, 149) at base (141).
• Loosen 4 upper fixing screws (TX 20) of side panels.
• Pull base (141) a little bit away from machine to release the side panels. Take care not to
• Lift up and incline the side panels to remove them. stress wiring and
hoses between base
and upper part.

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64

117 821

For easy removal lift • Pull off spring clip (64) and remove the turning knob (117) from milk regulator (821).
spring clip with pliers
away from housing.

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114

803
802

115

112

• Loosen 4 fixing screws (TX 20) of upper part of housing (114).


• Open lever (112) vertically.
• Lift upper part of housing (114) a little bit at the front side and pivote the housing from
the back to the front following the lever.
• Unplug connectors from the push/turn controls (802, 803) of the coffee buttons.
• Remove upper part of housing (114).
• Remove light guide (115) from upper part of housing (114).

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7.5.2 Replacing milk frother connector


Simplified base illus-
tration.

108

141

167 + 168 + 172

• Unclip and remove electronic cover (108) from electronic mainboard (806).
• Unplug from electronic mainboard
- milk frother connector
- all milk frother wires with flat receptacles.
• Loosen screw (TX 20) of earthing point at base (141) and remove PE conductor
connection to milk frother connector.
• Loosen 3 screws (TX 10) and remove complete milk frother connector assembly
(167, 168, 172).

Assembly checkpoints
• The blue and brown wires (N and L) have to be twisted together.
• Check wiring (see “Wiring diagrams - Gran Maestria EF 287” on page 104 and
following).

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7.5.3 Replacing cup heater


Simplified base illus-
tration.

820

164

• Remove plastic grid (164) from cup heater (820).


• Unplug all flat receptacles from micro switches on cup heater.
• Pull clip from fluid connection and remove steam hose from thermoblock (810).
• Loosen 3 screws (TX 20) and remove cup heater (820) from base (141).

Assembly checkpoint

820

• Check cup heater wiring (see “Wiring diagrams - Gran Maestria EF 287” on
page 104 and following).

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7.5.4 Replacing electronic mainboard (Gran Maestria)


Top covers removed.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

X26

X25
X3
X27
X16 X22 X14
X11

X10

X12
X20
X18

X13
X19

X15
X17
X1

X6
X9

X7
X8
The bottom cover has
2 cable guides (8).
Other guides are
present on the print cover.
Cables must be correctly
guided to avoid squeezing. 8

Connectors
The connectors are 1) Milk frother connector (4 colours) 4) Flow meter connector (white)
coloured to match the 2) NTC 1 temperature sensor connector 5) Lungo push/turn control (red)
cable colours. (red), coffee thermoblock 6) Milk regulator connector (black)
3) NTC 2 temperature sensor connector 7) Espresso push/turn control (blue)
(white), cup heater thermoblock

Flat receptacles
X11 Heat 2, cup heater thermoblock X13 Pump 2, switch A, cup heater pump
(gray) (gray)
X10 Heat 1, coffee thermoblock (white) X15 Ph Pump 1+2, both pumps (brown)
X9 N, On/Off button (light blue) X17 Aeroccino, milk frother connector
X1 Aeroccino, milk frother connector (brown)
X19 Pump 2, cup heater (red) X7 Ph Heat 1, coffee thermoblock (brown)
X18 Pump 1, coffee pump (white) X8 Ph Heat 2, cup heater thermoblock
X12 shut down, On/Off button (black) (brown)
X20 Cup heater (yellow) X6 L(F), On/Off button (brown)

For disassembly refer to instructions for Maestria coffee machine (see “Replacing elec-
tronic mainboard (Maestria)” on page 49 and following).

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7.5.5 Replacing milk regulator assembly

821

77
111

• Unplug connector for milk regulator (821) from electronic mainboard (806).
• Remove 3 cable clips (111) from holder (1) by pressing the retention latches Do not lose cable
clips!
inwards.
• Loosen 3 screws (TX 10) and remove milk regulator (821).

Assembly checkpoint
• Use cable guides on holder for milk regulator (77) and cable clips (111) to secure
wires.

7.5.6 Reassembly and wiring instructions - Gran Maestria


Reassembly checkpoints
• Check if light guide (115) is mounted before attaching upper part of housing (114).
• Check if permanent magnet (142) for drip tray is inserted in base (141). Remove
mounting aid (additional magnet) if present.
• Take care not to jam any wires between base and upper part (especially wiring of
electronic main board).

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Wiring instructions and checks


A final wiring check must be conducted before mounting the side panels and the bottom
cover.
For wiring of elec- Refer to the following left and right side views for critical places and spots where wiring
tronic mainboard problems can appear.
refer to page 82.

Wiring on left side of Gran Maestria

2
1

4 5

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Wiring instructions:

1) Insert wires in comb-like cable guide.

2) Secure ground wires with retaining


washer.

3) Insert wires in comb-like cable guide.

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REPAIRS

4) Insert wires in cable clamp.

5) Insert wires to electronic main board in


2 cable guides.

6) Insert wires to electronic main board in


cable guide.

7) Insert wires in latch at heat sink.

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REPAIRS

Wiring on right side of Gran Maestria

3
7

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REPAIRS

Wiring instructions:

1) Pass wires towards Espresso and


Lungo push/turn control modules
between brewing unit and its metallic
holder.

Pass wires towards Espresso and


Lungo push/turn control modules
between brewing unit and its metallic
holder.

2) Insert wires in 3 cable clamps.

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3) Insert wires in cable guide.

4) Insert wires in 2 cable guides.

5) Insert wires in comb-like cable guide.

6) Insert wires in comb-like cable guide.


Lay wire from pump behind pressure
hose.

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REPAIRS

7) Insert wires in latch at heat sink.

8) Wire micro switches of cup heater in


series.

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WIRING DIAGRAMS

8 WIRING DIAGRAMS
8.1 Wiring diagram versions
Each coffee machine has its own set of wiring diagrams.

Wiring diagrams which contain "ULKA" as reference in the headline show the
wiring for the coffee pump made by ULKA/CEME while the other wiring diagrams
show the wiring for the SYSKO coffee pump.

Depending on series and manufacturer, the coffee pump is equipped with a different
thermal protection device (see “Replacing coffee pump and flow meter” on page 55):
- either a thermo fuse (STB)
- or a reversible temperature switch (Limitor)

The type of thermal protection device used for the coffee pump is shown in the corre-
sponding wiring diagram version.

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EF285 / EF287 Mainboard 8.2
X14
1 +5V
Espresso (Left)
2 Poti1
3 SW1 Switching L
4 LED1 power supply
5 LED3
6 GND
N
JST 6-pol

Fuse 0.5AT
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6
X22 L(F)
1
1 +5V 6.3*0.8
Valve 2 SW3/Pot3 X8
Steam 3 SW4
Ph_Heat2
4 LED5 1
5 LED6 6.3*0.8
6 GND X7

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JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector 1
6.3*0.8
X16 X15
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1
Coffee (Right) 2 Poti2 4.8*0.8
3 SW2
X17
4 LED2
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA
WIRING DIAGRAMS

FLOWMETER X25
1
4.8*0.8
1 1 Flowmeter Signal
2 2 GND
X20
Track Fuse

3 3 +5V

JST 3-pol
1
MOL 3pol
XH-Connector

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4.8*0.8
Wiring diagrams - Maestria EF 285

X26
Coffee NTC1 1 NTC1
2 NTC1 Common
X12
shut down
JST 2-pol 1
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
Steam NTC2 1 NTC2
4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common
X19
JST 2-pol Pump 2
XH-Connector 1
8.2.1 Wiring diagram Maestria 220 - 240 V, 50 - 60 Hz (IEC)

4.8*0.8
Terminal block X3 X1
Aerocino
1 +5V 1
2 TxD 4.8*0.8
3 RxD
GND
X9
4 N(F)
X11 X10 1
JST 4-pol 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
XH-Connector
1 1 6.3*0.8
Baseplate Frame Heat1
TB2010 Heat2

TB2011
Legend:
PLUG AC MALE 220-240V Safe-to-touch (electrically isolated
SELV
or protective impedance)

MMI-OOS-Board < 15W


L
0069151
PE L (Line) <= 0.2A
1
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard 6.3*0.8 > 0.2A
X14 N N (Neutral)
1 Phase
1 +5V
PE 6.3*0.8
2 Poti1 Neutral
3 SW1 Switching L L
4 LED1 power supply Earth, PE
5 LED3 C1 V1
N
6 GND Mains without Phase and Neutral
N
JST 6-pol

Fuse 0.5AT
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6 shut down
X22 L(F)

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1
1 +5V 6.3*0.8
2 SW3/Pot3 X8
3 SW4
Ph_Heat2 HEATER 2 Steam, TB2011
4 LED5 1
5 LED6 THERMAL FUSE 4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
6.3*0.8
6 GND X7 1 1 1 1 1 1
JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector 1 PE
6.3*0.8
X16 X15
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1
2 Poti2
HEATER 1 Coffee, TB2010
4.8*0.8
3 SW2 THERMAL FUSE 4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
X17
4 LED2 1 1 1 1 1 1
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8
PE
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA PUMP 1 Coffee
X25
1
6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
4.8*0.8
1 Flowmeter Signal 1 1
AC

2 GND
X20

Track Fuse
3 +5V

JST 3-pol
1
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8 PUMP 2 Steam
4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8
X26
1 1
AC

1 NTC1
X12
Wiring diagram Maestria 220 - 240 V, 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) - part 2

2 NTC1 Common
shut down
JST 2-pol 1
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
1 NTC2
4.8*0.8

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2 NTC2 Common
WIRING DIAGRAMS

X19
JST 2-pol Pump 2
XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8
X3 X1
Aerocino
1 +5V 1
2 TxD 4.8*0.8
3 RxD
GND
X9
4 N(F)
X11 X10 1
JST 4-pol 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
XH-Connector
1 1 6.3*0.8
Heat2 Heat1

93
94
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard
X14
1 +5V
Espresso (Left)
2 Poti1
3 SW1 Switching L
4 LED1 power supply
5 LED3
6 GND
N
JST 6-pol

Fuse 0.5AT
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6
X22 L(F)
1
1 +5V 6.3*0.8
Valve 2 SW3/Pot3 X8
Steam 3 SW4
Ph_Heat2
4 LED5 1
5 LED6 6.3*0.8
6 GND X7

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JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector 1
6.3*0.8
X16 X15
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1
Coffee (Right) 2 Poti2 4.8*0.8
3 SW2
X17
4 LED2
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA
WIRING DIAGRAMS

FLOWMETER X25
1
4.8*0.8
1 1 Flowmeter Signal
2 2 GND
X20
Track Fuse

3 3 +5V

JST 3-pol
1
MOL 3pol
XH-Connector

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4.8*0.8

X26
Coffee NTC1 1 NTC1
2 NTC1 Common
X12
shut down
JST 2-pol 1
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
Steam NTC2 1 NTC2
4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common
X19
JST 2-pol Pump 2
XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8
Terminal block X3 X1
Aerocino
1 +5V 1
2 TxD 4.8*0.8
3 RxD
GND
X9
4 N(F)
8.2.2 Wiring diagram Maestria 220 - 240 V, 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) ULKA

X11 X10 1
JST 4-pol 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
XH-Connector
1 1 6.3*0.8
Baseplate Frame Heat2 Heat1
TB2010

TB2011
220-240V Legend:
PLUG AC MALE Safe-to-touch (electrically isolated
SELV
or protective impedance)

L MMI-OOS-Board < 15W


0069151
PE L (Line) <= 0.2A
1
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard 6.3*0.8 > 0.2A
X14 N N (Neutral)

1 +5V
1 Phase
PE 6.3*0.8
2 Poti1
Switching L Neutral
3 SW1
L
4 LED1 power supply
Earth, PE
5 LED3 C1 V1
N
6 GND
N Mains without Phase and Neutral
JST 6-pol

Fuse 0.5AT
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6 shut down
X22 L(F)
1

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1 +5V 6.3*0.8
2 SW3/Pot3 X8
3 SW4
Ph_Heat2 HEATER 2 Steam, TB2011
4 LED5 1
5 LED6 THERMAL FUSE 4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
6.3*0.8
6 GND X7 1 1 1 1 1 1
JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector 1 PE
6.3*0.8
X16 X15
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1
2 Poti2
HEATER 1 Coffee, TB2010
4.8*0.8
3 SW2 THERMAL FUSE 4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
X17
4 LED2 1 1 1 1 1 1
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8
PE
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA PUMP 1 Coffee
X25
1
4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8
4.8*0.8
1 Flowmeter Signal 1 1
AC

2 GND
X20

Track Fuse
3 +5V THERMAL FUSE
JST 3-pol
1
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8 PUMP 2 Steam
4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8
X26
1 1
AC

1 NTC1
2 NTC1 Common
X12
shut down
JST 2-pol 1
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
1 NTC2
4.8*0.8
Wiring diagram Maestria 220 - 240 V, 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) ULKA - part 2

2 NTC2 Common
X19

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WIRING DIAGRAMS

Pump 2
XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8
X3 X1
Aerocino
1 +5V 1
2 TxD 4.8*0.8
3 RxD
GND
X9
4 N(F)
X11 X10 1
JST 4-pol 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
XH-Connector
1 1 6.3*0.8
Heat2 Heat1

95
96
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard
X14
1 +5V
Espresso (Left)
2 Poti1
3 SW1 Switching L
4 LED1 power supply
5 LED3
6 GND
N
JST 6-pol

Fuse 0.5AT
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6
X22 L(F)
1
1 +5V 6.3*0.8
Valve 2 SW3/Pot3 X8
Steam 3 SW4
Ph_Heat2
4 LED5 1
5 LED6 6.3*0.8
6 GND X7

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JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector 1
6.3*0.8
X16 X15
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1
Coffee (Right) 2 Poti2 4.8*0.8
3 SW2
X17
4 LED2
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA
WIRING DIAGRAMS

FLOWMETER X25
1
4.8*0.8
1 1 Flowmeter Signal
2 2 GND
X20
Track Fuse

3 3 +5V

JST 3-pol
1
MOL 3pol
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8

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X26
Coffee NTC1 1 NTC1
2 NTC1 Common
X12
shut down
JST 2-pol 1
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8

Microprocessor
X18
8.2.3 Wiring diagram Maestria 120 V, 50 - 60 Hz (UL)

X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
Steam NTC2 1 NTC2
4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common
X19
JST 2-pol Pump 2
XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8
Terminal block X3 X1
Aerocino
1 +5V 1
2 TxD 4.8*0.8
3 RxD
GND
X9
4 N(F)
X11 X10 1
JST 4-pol 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
Frame XH-Connector
1 1 6.3*0.8
Baseplate TB2010 Heat2 Heat1

TB2011
PLUG AC MALE Legend:
Safe-to-touch (electrically isolated
120V SELV
or protective impedance)
L MMI-OOS-Board
< 15W
PE L (Line)
1 <= 0.2A
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard 6.3*0.8
X14 N N (Neutral) > 0.2A
1 +5V
1
Poti1 PE 6.3*0.8 Phase
2
3 SW1 Switching L L Neutral
4 LED1 power supply
5 LED3 C1 V1
N Earth, PE
6 GND N
JST 6-pol Mains without Phase and Neutral

Fuse 0.5AT
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6 shut down
X22 L(F)
1
1 +5V

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6.3*0.8
2 SW3/Pot3 X8
3 SW4
Ph_Heat2 HEATER 2 Steam, TB2011
4 LED5 1
5 LED6 THERMAL FUSE 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
6.3*0.8
6 GND X7 1 1 1 1
JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector 1 PE
6.3*0.8
X16 X15
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1
2 Poti2
HEATER 1 Coffee, TB2010
4.8*0.8
3 SW2 THERMAL FUSE 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
X17
4 LED2 1 1 1 1
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8
PE
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA PUMP 1 Coffee
X25
1
6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8 THERMAL FUSE (Limitor)
4.8*0.8
1 Flowmeter Signal 1 1
AC

2 GND
X20

Track Fuse
3 +5V

JST 3-pol
1
XH-Connector
Wiring diagram Maestria 120 V, 50 - 60 Hz (UL) - part 2

4.8*0.8 PUMP 2 Steam


4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8
X26
1 1
AC

1 NTC1
2 NTC1 Common
X12
shut down
JST 2-pol 1
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
1 NTC2
4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common
X19

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WIRING DIAGRAMS

Pump 2
XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8
X3 X1
Aerocino
1 +5V 1
2 TxD 4.8*0.8
3 RxD
GND
X9
4 N(F)
X11 X10 1
JST 4-pol 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
XH-Connector
1 1 6.3*0.8
Heat2 Heat1

97
98
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard
X14
1 +5V
Espresso (Left)
2 Poti1
3 SW1 Switching L
4 LED1 power supply
5 LED3
6 GND
N
JST 6-pol

Fuse 0.5AT
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6
X22 L(F)
1
1 +5V 6.3*0.8
Valve 2 SW3/Pot3 X8
Steam 3 SW4
Ph_Heat2
4 LED5 1
5 LED6 6.3*0.8
6 GND X7

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JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector 1
6.3*0.8
X16 X15
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1
Coffee (Right) 2 Poti2 4.8*0.8
3 SW2
X17
4 LED2
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA
WIRING DIAGRAMS

FLOWMETER X25
1
4.8*0.8
1 1 Flowmeter Signal
2 2 GND
X20
Track Fuse

3 3 +5V

JST 3-pol
1
MOL 3pol
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8

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X26
Coffee NTC1 1 NTC1
2 NTC1 Common
X12
shut down
JST 2-pol 1
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
Steam NTC2 1 NTC2
4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common
X19
JST 2-pol Pump 2
XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8
8.2.4 Wiring diagram Maestria 120 V, 50 - 60 Hz (UL) ULKA

Terminal block X3 X1
Aerocino
1 +5V 1
2 TxD 4.8*0.8
3 RxD
GND
X9
4 N(F)
X11 X10 1
JST 4-pol 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
XH-Connector
1 1 6.3*0.8
Baseplate Frame Heat1
TB2010 Heat2

TB2011
PLUG AC MALE Legend:
Safe-to-touch (electrically isolated
SELV
120V or protective impedance)
L MMI-OOS-Board < 15W
PE L (Line)
1 <= 0.2A
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard 6.3*0.8
X14 N N (Neutral) > 0.2A

1 +5V
1
Phase
2 Poti1 PE 6.3*0.8
3 SW1 Switching L L Neutral
4 LED1 power supply
5 LED3 C1 V1 Earth, PE
N
6 GND
N
JST 6-pol Mains without Phase and Neutral

Fuse 0.5AT
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6 shut down
X22 L(F)
1
1 +5V 6.3*0.8

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2 SW3/Pot3 X8
3 SW4
Ph_Heat2 HEATER 2 Steam, TB2011
4 LED5 1
5 LED6 THERMAL FUSE 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
6.3*0.8
6 GND X7 1 1 1 1
JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector 1 PE
6.3*0.8
X16 X15
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1
2 Poti2
HEATER 1 Coffee, TB2010
4.8*0.8
3 SW2 THERMAL FUSE 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
X17
4 LED2 1 1 1 1
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8
PE
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA PUMP 1 Coffee
X25
1
4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8
4.8*0.8
1 Flowmeter Signal 1 1
AC

2 GND
X20

Track Fuse
3 +5V THERMAL FUSE
JST 3-pol
1
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8 PUMP 2 Steam
4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8
X26
1 1
AC

1 NTC1
2 NTC1 Common
X12
shut down
1
Wiring diagram Maestria 120 V, 50 - 60 Hz (UL) ULKA - part 2

JST 2-pol
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
1 NTC2
4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common
X19

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JST 2-pol
WIRING DIAGRAMS

Pump 2
XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8
X3 X1
Aerocino
1 +5V 1
2 TxD 4.8*0.8
3 RxD
GND
X9
4 N(F)
X11 X10 1
JST 4-pol 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
XH-Connector
1 1 6.3*0.8
Heat2 Heat1

99
100
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard
X14
1 +5V
Espresso (Left)
2 Poti1
3 SW1 Switching L
4 LED1 power supply
5 LED3
6 GND N
JST 6-pol

Fuse 0.5AT
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6
X22 L(F)
1
1 +5V 6.3*0.8
Valve 2 SW3/Pot3 X8
Steam 3 SW4
Ph_Heat2
4 LED5 1
5 LED6 6.3*0.8
6 GND X7

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JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector 1
6.3*0.8
X16 X15
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1
Coffee (Right) 2 Poti2 4.8*0.8
3 SW2
X17
4 LED2
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA
WIRING DIAGRAMS

FLOWMETER X25
1
4.8*0.8
1 1 Flowmeter Signal
2 2 GND
X20
Track Fuse

3 3 +5V

JST 3-pol
1
MOL 3pol
XH-Connector

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4.8*0.8

X26
Coffee NTC1 1 NTC1
2 NTC1 Common
X12
shut down
JST 2-pol 1
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
Steam NTC2 1 NTC2
4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common
X19
JST 2-pol Pump 2
XH-Connector 1
8.2.5 Wiring diagram Maestria 100 - 127 V, 50 - 60 Hz (IEC)

4.8*0.8
Terminal block X3 X1
Aerocino
1 +5V 1
2 TxD 4.8*0.8
3 RxD
GND
X9
4 N(F)
X11 X10 1
JST 4-pol 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
Frame XH-Connector
1 1 6.3*0.8
Baseplate TB2010 Heat2 Heat1

TB2011
Legend:
PLUG AC MALE 100-127V Safe-to-touch (electrically isolated
SELV
or protective impedance)

L MMI-OOS-Board < 15W


PE L (Line)
1 <= 0.2A

EF285 / EF287 Mainboard 6.3*0.8


> 0.2A
X14 N N (Neutral)

1 +5V
1 Phase
2 Poti1 PE 6.3*0.8
3 SW1 Switching L Neutral
L
4 LED1 power supply
5 LED3 C1 V1 Earth, PE
N
6 GND N
Mains without Phase and Neutral
JST 6-pol

Fuse 0.5AT
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6 shut down
X22 L(F)
1

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1 +5V 6.3*0.8
2 SW3/Pot3 X8
3 SW4
Ph_Heat2 HEATER 2 Steam, TB2011
4 LED5 1
5 LED6 THERMAL FUSE 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
6.3*0.8
6 GND X7 1 1 1 1
JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector 1 PE
6.3*0.8
X16 X15
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1
2 Poti2
HEATER 1 Coffee, TB2010
4.8*0.8
3 SW2 THERMAL FUSE 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
X17
4 LED2 1 1 1 1
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8
PE
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA PUMP 1 Coffee
X25
1
6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8 THERMAL FUSE (Limitor)
4.8*0.8
1 Flowmeter Signal 1 1
AC

2 GND
X20

Track Fuse
3 +5V

JST 3-pol
1
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8 PUMP 2 Steam
4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8
X26
1 1
AC

1 NTC1
2 NTC1 Common
X12
shut down
Wiring diagram Maestria 100 - 127 V, 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) - part 2

JST 2-pol 1
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
1 NTC2
4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common

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X19
WIRING DIAGRAMS

JST 2-pol Pump 2


XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8
X3 X1
Aerocino
1 +5V 1
2 TxD 4.8*0.8
3 RxD
GND
X9
4 N(F)
X11 X10 1
JST 4-pol 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
XH-Connector
1 1 6.3*0.8
Heat2 Heat1

101
102
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard
X14
1 +5V
Espresso (Left)
2 Poti1
3 SW1 Switching L
4 LED1 power supply
5 LED3
6 GND N
JST 6-pol

Fuse 0.5AT
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6
X22 L(F)
1
1 +5V 6.3*0.8
Valve 2 SW3/Pot3 X8
Steam 3 SW4
Ph_Heat2
4 LED5 1
5 LED6 6.3*0.8
6 GND X7

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JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector 1
6.3*0.8
X16 X15
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1
Coffee (Right) 2 Poti2 4.8*0.8
3 SW2
X17
4 LED2
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA
WIRING DIAGRAMS

FLOWMETER X25
1
4.8*0.8
1 1 Flowmeter Signal
2 2 GND
X20
Track Fuse

3 3 +5V

JST 3-pol
1
MOL 3pol
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8

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X26
Coffee NTC1 1 NTC1
2 NTC1 Common
X12
shut down
JST 2-pol 1
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
Steam NTC2 1 NTC2
4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common
X19
JST 2-pol Pump 2
XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8
Terminal block X3 X1
Aerocino
1 +5V 1
2 TxD 4.8*0.8
3 RxD
GND
X9
4 N(F)
X11 X10
8.2.6 Wiring diagram Maestria 100 - 127 V, 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) ULKA

JST 4-pol 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8


1
XH-Connector
1 1 6.3*0.8
Baseplate Frame Heat2 Heat1
TB2010

TB2011
PLUG AC MALE 100-127V Legend:
Safe-to-touch (electrically isolated
SELV
or protective impedance)
L MMI-OOS-Board < 15W
PE L (Line)
1 <= 0.2A

EF285 / EF287 Mainboard 6.3*0.8


> 0.2A
X14 N N (Neutral)

1 +5V
1 Phase
2 Poti1 PE 6.3*0.8
3 SW1 Switching L Neutral
L
4 LED1 power supply
5 LED3 C1 V1 Earth, PE
N
6 GND N
Mains without Phase and Neutral
JST 6-pol

Fuse 0.5AT
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6 shut down
X22 L(F)

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1
1 +5V 6.3*0.8
2 SW3/Pot3 X8
3 SW4
Ph_Heat2 HEATER 2 Steam, TB2011
4 LED5 1
5 LED6 THERMAL FUSE 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
6.3*0.8
6 GND X7 1 1 1 1
JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector 1 PE
6.3*0.8
X16 X15
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1
2 Poti2
HEATER 1 Coffee, TB2010
4.8*0.8
3 SW2 THERMAL FUSE 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
X17
4 LED2 1 1 1 1
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8
PE
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA PUMP 1 Coffee
X25
1 4.8*0.8
4.8*0.8
4.8*0.8
1 Flowmeter Signal 1 1
AC

2 GND
X20

Track Fuse
3 +5V THERMAL FUSE
JST 3-pol
1
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8 PUMP 2 Steam
4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8
X26
1 1
AC

1 NTC1
2 NTC1 Common
X12
shut down
JST 2-pol 1
XH-Connector 4.8*0.8

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
Wiring diagram Maestria 100 - 127 V, 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) ULKA - part 2

1 NTC2
4.8*0.8

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2 NTC2 Common
WIRING DIAGRAMS

X19
JST 2-pol Pump 2
XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8
X3 X1
Aerocino
1 +5V 1
2 TxD 4.8*0.8
3 RxD
GND
X9
4 N(F)
X11 X10 1
JST 4-pol 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
XH-Connector
1 1 6.3*0.8
Heat2 Heat1

103
104
X14
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard 8.3
1 +5V
Espresso (Left) 2 Poti1
3 SW1 Switching L
4 LED1 power supply
5 LED3
6 GND N

Fuse 0.5AT
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6
X22 L(F)
6.3*0.8
1
1 +5V
Aerocino 2 SW3/Pot3 X8
3 SW4
Ph_Heat2
4 LED5 1
5 LED6 6.3*0.8
6 GND X7

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JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector
6.3*0.8
1
X16 X15
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1
Coffee (Right) 2 Poti2 4.8*0.8
3 SW2
LED2
X17
4 Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8

JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA
WIRING DIAGRAMS

FLOWMETER X25
1
4.8*0.8
1 1 Flowmeter Signal
2 GND
X20
2
3 3 +5V 1
4.8*0.8
JST 3-pol
MOL 3pol
XH-Connector
Track Fuse

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X26
Coffee NTC1 1 NTC1 X12
2 shut down
NTC1 Common 1
JST 2-pol
4.8*0.8
XH-Connector
Wiring diagrams - Gran Maestria EF 287

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
Cup Heat NTC2 1 NTC2 4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common
X19
JST 2-pol Pump 2
Terminal block XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8

X3 X1
Aerocino
TB2010 1 +5V 1
2 TxD 4.8*0.8
3 RxD
GND
X9
Baseplate Frame 4 N(F)
8.3.1 Wiring diagram Gran Maestria 220 - 240 V / 50 - 60 Hz (IEC)

X11 X10 1
JST 4-pol 1 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
XH-Connector
1 6.3*0.8
Heat2 Heat1

TB2011

Otter Connector
Legend:
PLUG AC MALE 220-240VAC Safe-to-touch (electrically isolated
SELV
or protective impedance)

L MMI-OOS-Board < 15W

PE L (Line) <= 0.2A


1
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard 6.3*0.8 > 0.2A
X14 N N (Neutral)
1 +5V
1 Phase
2 Poti1 PE 6.3*0.8
Switching L Neutral
3 SW1
L
4 LED1 power supply
Earth, PE
5 LED3 C1 V1
N
6 GND N Mains without Phase and Neutral

Fuse 0.5AT
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6 shut down
X22 L(F)
1

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1 +5V 6.3*0.8
2 SW3/Pot3
HEATER 2 Cup Heat
X8 THERMAL FUSE 4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
3 SW4
Ph_Heat2
4 LED5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
5 LED6 6.3*0.8
6 GND X7 PE
JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector
6.3*0.8
1
HEATER 1 Coffee
X16 X15 THERMAL FUSE 4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
2 Poti2 4.8*0.8
3 SW2
LED2
X17 PE
4 Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8

JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA PUMP 1 Coffee
1 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
X25 4.8*0.8 1 1
AC

1 Flowmeter Signal
2 GND
X20
3 +5V 1
4.8*0.8 PUMP 2 Cup Heat
JST 3-pol
4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8
XH-Connector

Track Fuse
1 1
AC

X26
1 NTC1 X12
2 shut down
NTC1 Common 1
JST 2-pol
4.8*0.8
XH-Connector

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
1 NTC2 4.8*0.8
Wiring diagram Gran Maestria 220 - 240 V / 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) - part 2

2 NTC2 Common
X19 Cup Warmer

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WIRING DIAGRAMS

JST 2-pol Pump 2


XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8

X3 X1
Aerocino L
1 +5V 1 Otter Connector
2 TxD 4.8*0.8 N
3 RxD
GND
X9
4 N(F)
X11 X10 1 PE
JST 4-pol 1 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
XH-Connector
1 6.3*0.8
Heat2 Heat1

105
106
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard
X14
1 +5V
Espresso (Left) 2 Poti1
3 SW1 Switching L
4 LED1 power supply
5 LED3
6 GND N

Fuse 0.5AT
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6
X22 L(F)
6.3*0.8
1
1 +5V
Aerocino 2 SW3/Pot3 X8
3 SW4
Ph_Heat2
4 LED5 1
5 LED6 6.3*0.8
6 GND X7

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JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector
6.3*0.8
1
X16 X15
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1
Coffee (Right) 2 Poti2 4.8*0.8
3 SW2
LED2
X17
4 Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8

JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA
WIRING DIAGRAMS

FLOWMETER X25
1
4.8*0.8
1 1 Flowmeter Signal
2 GND
X20
2
3 3 +5V 1
4.8*0.8
JST 3-pol
MOL 3pol
XH-Connector
Track Fuse

Maestria / Gran Maestria service manual


X26
Coffee NTC1 1 NTC1 X12
2 shut down
NTC1 Common 1
JST 2-pol
4.8*0.8
XH-Connector

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
Cup Heat NTC2 1 NTC2 4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common
X19
JST 2-pol Pump 2
Terminal block XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8

X3 X1
Aerocino
TB2010 1 +5V 1
2 TxD 4.8*0.8
3 RxD
Baseplate GND
X9
Frame 4 N(F)
X11 X10 1
JST 4-pol 1 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
XH-Connector
1 6.3*0.8
Heat2 Heat1
8.3.2 Wiring diagram Gran Maestria 220 - 240 V / 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) ULKA

TB2011

Otter Connector
Legend:
PLUG AC MALE 220-240VAC Safe-to-touch (electrically isolated
SELV
or protective impedance)

L MMI-OOS-Board < 15W

PE L (Line) <= 0.2A


1
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard 6.3*0.8 > 0.2A
X14 N N (Neutral)
1 +5V
1 Phase

2 Poti1 PE 6.3*0.8
Switching L Neutral
3 SW1
L
4 LED1 power supply Earth, PE
5 LED3 C1 V1
N
6 GND N Mains without Phase and Neutral

Fuse 0.5AT
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6 shut down
X22 L(F)
1

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1 +5V 6.3*0.8
2 SW3/Pot3
HEATER 2 Cup Heat
X8 THERMAL FUSE 4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
3 SW4
Ph_Heat2
4 LED5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
5 LED6 6.3*0.8
6 GND X7 PE
JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector
6.3*0.8
1
HEATER 1 Coffee
X16 X15 THERMAL FUSE 4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
2 Poti2 4.8*0.8
3 SW2
LED2
X17 PE
4 Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8

JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13 PUMP 1 Coffee
Pump2_SwitchA
1 4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8
X25 4.8*0.8 1 1
AC

1 Flowmeter Signal
2 GND
X20 THERMAL FUSE
3 +5V 1 PUMP 2 Cup Heat
4.8*0.8
JST 3-pol
4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8
XH-Connector

Track Fuse
1 1
AC

X26
1 NTC1 X12
2 shut down
NTC1 Common 1
JST 2-pol
4.8*0.8
XH-Connector

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
1 NTC2 4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common
X19 Cup Warmer

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WIRING DIAGRAMS

JST 2-pol Pump 2


XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8

X3 X1
L
Wiring diagram Gran Maestria 220 - 240 V / 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) ULKA - part 2

Aerocino
1 +5V 1 Otter Connector
2 TxD 4.8*0.8 N
3 RxD
GND
X9
4 N(F)
X11 X10 1 PE
JST 4-pol 1 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
XH-Connector
1 6.3*0.8
Heat2 Heat1

107
108
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard
X14
1 +5V
Espresso (Left) 2 Poti1
3 SW1 Switching L
4 LED1 power supply
5 LED3
6 GND N

Fuse 0.5AT
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6
X22 L(F)
6.3*0.8
1
1 +5V
Aerocino 2 SW3/Pot3 X8
3 SW4
Ph_Heat2
4 LED5 1
5 LED6 6.3*0.8
6 GND X7

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JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector
6.3*0.8
1
X16 X15
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1
Coffee (Right) 2 Poti2 4.8*0.8
3 SW2
LED2
X17
4
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8

JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA
WIRING DIAGRAMS

FLOWMETER X25
1
4.8*0.8
1 1 Flowmeter Signal
2 GND
X20
2
3 3 +5V 1
4.8*0.8
JST 3-pol
MOL 3pol
XH-Connector
Track Fuse

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X26
Coffee NTC1 1 NTC1 X12
2 shut down
NTC1 Common 1
JST 2-pol
4.8*0.8
XH-Connector

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
Cup Heat NTC2 1 NTC2 4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common
X19
JST 2-pol Pump 2
Terminal block XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8
8.3.3 Wiring diagram Gran Maestria 120 V / 50 - 60 Hz (UL)

X3 X1
Aerocino
1 +5V 1
TB2010 4.8*0.8
2 TxD
3 RxD
GND
X9
Baseplate Frame 4 N(F)
X11 X10 1
JST 4-pol 1 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
XH-Connector
1 6.3*0.8
Heat2 Heat1

TB2011

Otter Connector
Legend:
PLUG AC MALE 120VAC Safe-to-touch (electrically isolated
SELV
or protective impedance)

L MMI-OOS-Board < 15W

PE L (Line) <= 0.2A


1
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard 6.3*0.8 > 0.2A
X14 N N (Neutral)
1 Phase
1 +5V
2 Poti1 6.3*0.8
Switching PE Neutral
3 SW1 L L
4 LED1 power supply Earth, PE
5 LED3 C1 V1
N
6 GND N Mains without Phase and Neutral

Fuse 0.5AT
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6 shut down
X22 L(F)
1

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1 +5V 6.3*0.8
2 SW3/Pot3
HEATER 2 Cup Heat
X8 THERMAL FUSE 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
3 SW4
Ph_Heat2
4 LED5 1 1 1 1 1
5 LED6 6.3*0.8
6 GND X7 PE
JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector
6.3*0.8
1
HEATER 1 Coffee
X16 X15 THERMAL FUSE 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1 1 1 1 1
2 Poti2 4.8*0.8
3 SW2
LED2
X17 PE
4
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8

JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA PUMP 1 Coffee
1 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
X25 4.8*0.8 1 1
AC

1 Flowmeter Signal
2 GND
X20
3 +5V 1
4.8*0.8 PUMP 2 Cup Heat
JST 3-pol
4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8
XH-Connector

Track Fuse
1 1
AC

X26
1 NTC1 X12
2 shut down
NTC1 Common 1
Wiring diagram Gran Maestria 120 V / 50 - 60 Hz (UL) - part 2

JST 2-pol
4.8*0.8
XH-Connector

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
1 NTC2 4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common
X19 Cup Warmer

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WIRING DIAGRAMS

JST 2-pol Pump 2


XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8

X3 X1
Aerocino L
1 +5V 1 Otter Connector
2 TxD 4.8*0.8 N
3 RxD
GND
X9
4 N(F)
X11 X10 1 PE
JST 4-pol 1 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
XH-Connector
1 6.3*0.8
Heat2 Heat1

109
110
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard
X14
1 +5V
Espresso (Left) 2 Poti1
3 SW1 Switching L
4 LED1 power supply
5 LED3
6 GND
N

Fuse 0.5AT
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6
X22 L(F)
6.3*0.8
1
1 +5V
Aerocino 2 SW3/Pot3 X8
3 SW4
Ph_Heat2
4 LED5 1
5 LED6 6.3*0.8
6 GND X7

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JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector
6.3*0.8
1
X16 X15
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1
Coffee (Right) 2 Poti2 4.8*0.8
3 SW2
LED2
X17
4
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8

JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA
WIRING DIAGRAMS

FLOWMETER X25
1
4.8*0.8
1 1 Flowmeter Signal
2 GND
X20
2
3 3 +5V 1
4.8*0.8
JST 3-pol
MOL 3pol
XH-Connector
Track Fuse

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X26
Coffee NTC1 1 NTC1 X12
2 shut down
NTC1 Common 1
JST 2-pol
4.8*0.8
XH-Connector

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
Cup Heat NTC2 1 NTC2 4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common
X19
JST 2-pol Pump 2
Terminal block XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8

X3 X1
Aerocino
TB2010 1 +5V 1
2 TxD 4.8*0.8
3 RxD
GND
X9
Baseplate Frame 4 N(F)
X11 X10
8.3.4 Wiring diagram Gran Maestria 120 V / 50 - 60 Hz (UL) ULKA

JST 4-pol 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8


1
XH-Connector
1 1
Heat2 Heat1 6.3*0.8

TB2011

Otter Connector
Legend:
PLUG AC MALE 120VAC Safe-to-touch (electrically isolated
SELV
or protective impedance)

MMI-OOS-Board < 15W


L
PE L (Line) <= 0.2A
1
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard 6.3*0.8 > 0.2A
X14 N N (Neutral)
1 Phase
1 +5V
2 Poti1 6.3*0.8
Switching PE Neutral
3 SW1 L L
4 LED1 power supply Earth, PE
5 LED3 C1 V1
N
6 GND Mains without Phase and Neutral
N

Fuse 0.5AT
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6 shut down
X22 L(F)
1

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1 +5V 6.3*0.8
2 SW3/Pot3
HEATER 2 Cup Heat
X8 THERMAL FUSE 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
3 SW4
Ph_Heat2
4 LED5 1 1 1 1 1
5 LED6 6.3*0.8
6 GND X7 PE
JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector
6.3*0.8
1
HEATER 1 Coffee
X16 X15 THERMAL FUSE 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1 1 1 1 1
2 Poti2 4.8*0.8
3 SW2
LED2
X17 PE
4
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8

JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13 PUMP 1 Coffee
Pump2_SwitchA
1 4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8
X25 4.8*0.8 1 1
AC

1 Flowmeter Signal
2 GND
X20 THERMAL FUSE
3 +5V 1 PUMP 2 Cup Heat
4.8*0.8
JST 3-pol
4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8
XH-Connector

Track Fuse
1 1
AC

X26
1 NTC1 X12
2 shut down
NTC1 Common 1
JST 2-pol
4.8*0.8
XH-Connector

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
1 NTC2 4.8*0.8
Wiring diagram Gran Maestria 120 V / 50 - 60 Hz (UL) ULKA - part 2

2 NTC2 Common
X19 Cup Warmer

Maestria / Gran Maestria service manual


WIRING DIAGRAMS

JST 2-pol Pump 2


XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8

X3 X1
Aerocino L
1 +5V 1 Otter Connector
2 TxD 4.8*0.8 N
3 RxD
GND
X9
4 N(F)
X11 X10 1 PE
JST 4-pol 1 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
XH-Connector
1 6.3*0.8
Heat2 Heat1

111
112
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard
X14
1 +5V
Espresso (Left) 2 Poti1
3 SW1 Switching L
4 LED1 power supply
5 LED3
6 GND
N

Fuse 0.5AT
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6
X22 L(F)
6.3*0.8
1
1 +5V
Aerocino 2 SW3/Pot3 X8
3 SW4
Ph_Heat2
4 LED5 1
5 LED6 6.3*0.8
6 GND X7

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JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector
6.3*0.8
1
X16 X15
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1
Coffee (Right) 2 Poti2 4.8*0.8
3 SW2
LED2
X17
4
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8

JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA
WIRING DIAGRAMS

FLOWMETER X25
1
4.8*0.8
1 1 Flowmeter Signal
2 GND
X20
2
3 3 +5V 1
4.8*0.8
JST 3-pol
MOL 3pol
XH-Connector
Track Fuse

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Coffee NTC1 1 NTC1 X12
2 shut down
NTC1 Common 1
JST 2-pol
4.8*0.8
XH-Connector

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
Cup Heat NTC2 1 NTC2 4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common
X19
JST 2-pol Pump 2
Terminal block XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8

X3 X1
Aerocino
TB2010 1 +5V 1
2 TxD 4.8*0.8
3 RxD
X9
8.3.5 Wiring diagram Gran Maestria 100 - 127 V, 50 - 60 Hz (IEC)

Baseplate Frame 4 GND


X11 X10 N(F)
JST 4-pol 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
1
XH-Connector
1 1
Heat2 Heat1 6.3*0.8

TB2011

Otter Connector
Legend:
PLUG AC MALE 100-127VAC Safe-to-touch (electrically isolated
SELV
or protective impedance)

L MMI-OOS-Board < 15W

PE L (Line)
1 <= 0.2A

EF285 / EF287 Mainboard 6.3*0.8 > 0.2A


X14 N N (Neutral)
1 +5V
1 Phase
2 Poti1 6.3*0.8
Switching PE Neutral
3 SW1 L L
4 LED1 power supply
5 LED3 C1 V1 Earth, PE
N
6 GND
N Mains without Phase and Neutral

Fuse 0.5AT
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6 shut down
X22 L(F)
1

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1 +5V 6.3*0.8
2 SW3/Pot3
HEATER 2 Cup Heat
X8 THERMAL FUSE 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
3 SW4
Ph_Heat2
4 LED5 1 1 1 1 1
5 LED6 6.3*0.8
6 GND X7 PE
JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector
6.3*0.8
1
HEATER 1 Coffee
X16 X15 THERMAL FUSE 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1 1 1 1 1
2 Poti2 4.8*0.8
3 SW2
LED2
X17 PE
4
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8

JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA PUMP 1 Coffee
1 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
X25 4.8*0.8 1 1
AC

1 Flowmeter Signal
2 GND
X20
3 +5V 1
4.8*0.8 PUMP 2 Cup Heat
JST 3-pol
4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8
XH-Connector

Track Fuse
1 1
AC

X26
Wiring Gran Maestria 100 - 127 V, 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) - part 2

1 NTC1 X12
2 shut down
NTC1 Common 1
JST 2-pol
4.8*0.8
XH-Connector

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
1 NTC2 4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common
X19 Cup Warmer

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JST 2-pol Pump 2


XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8

X3 X1
Aerocino L
1 +5V 1 Otter Connector
2 TxD 4.8*0.8 N
3 RxD
GND
X9
4 N(F)
X11 X10 1 PE
JST 4-pol 1 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
XH-Connector
1 6.3*0.8
Heat2 Heat1

113
114
EF285 / EF287 Mainboard
X14
1 +5V
Espresso (Left) 2 Poti1
3 SW1 Switching L
4 LED1 power supply
5 LED3
6 GND
N

Fuse 0.5AT
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6
X22 L(F)
6.3*0.8
1
1 +5V
Aerocino 2 SW3/Pot3 X8
3 SW4
Ph_Heat2
4 LED5 1
5 LED6 6.3*0.8
6 GND X7

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JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector
6.3*0.8
1
X16 X15
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1
Coffee (Right) 2 Poti2 4.8*0.8
3 SW2
LED2
X17
4
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8

JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13
Pump2_SwitchA
WIRING DIAGRAMS

FLOWMETER X25
1
4.8*0.8
1 1 Flowmeter Signal
2 GND
X20
2
3 3 +5V 1
4.8*0.8
JST 3-pol
MOL 3pol
XH-Connector
Track Fuse

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Coffee NTC1 1 NTC1 X12
2 shut down
NTC1 Common 1
JST 2-pol
4.8*0.8
XH-Connector

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
Cup Heat NTC2 1 NTC2 4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common
X19
JST 2-pol Pump 2
Terminal block XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8

X3 X1
Aerocino
1 +5V 1
TB2010 4.8*0.8
2 TxD
3 RxD
GND
X9
Baseplate 4 N(F)
Frame X11 X10
JST 4-pol 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
1
XH-Connector
1 1
Heat2 Heat1 6.3*0.8
8.3.6 Wiring diagram Gran Maestria 100 - 127 V, 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) ULKA

TB2011

Otter Connector
Legend:
PLUG AC MALE 100-127VAC Safe-to-touch (electrically isolated
SELV
or protective impedance)

L MMI-OOS-Board < 15W

PE L (Line)
1 <= 0.2A

EF285 / EF287 Mainboard 6.3*0.8 > 0.2A


X14 N N (Neutral)
1 +5V
1 Phase
2 Poti1 6.3*0.8
Switching PE Neutral
3 SW1 L L
4 LED1 power supply
LED3 C1 Earth, PE
5 V1
N
6 GND
N Mains without Phase and Neutral

Fuse 0.5AT
JST 6-pol
XH-Connector GND +5V
X6 shut down
X22 L(F)
1

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1 +5V 6.3*0.8
2 SW3/Pot3
HEATER 2 Cup Heat
X8 THERMAL FUSE 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
3 SW4
Ph_Heat2
4 LED5 1 1 1 1 1
5 LED6 6.3*0.8
6 GND X7 PE
JST 6-pol Ph_Heat1
XH-Connector
6.3*0.8
1
HEATER 1 Coffee
X16 X15 THERMAL FUSE 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8 THERMAL FUSE
Ph_Pump12
1 +5V 1 1 1 1 1
2 Poti2 4.8*0.8
3 SW2
LED2
X17 PE
4
Aeroccino
5 LED4 1
6 GND 4.8*0.8

JST 6-pol
XH-Connector X13 PUMP 1 Coffee
Pump2_SwitchA
1 4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8
X25 4.8*0.8 1 1
AC

1 Flowmeter Signal
2 GND
X20 THERMAL FUSE
3 +5V 1
4.8*0.8 PUMP 2 Cup Heat
JST 3-pol
4.8*0.8 4.8*0.8
XH-Connector

Track Fuse
1 1
AC

X26
1 NTC1 X12
2 shut down
NTC1 Common 1
JST 2-pol
4.8*0.8
XH-Connector

Microprocessor
X18
X27 Pump 1
Logic 1
1 NTC2 4.8*0.8
2 NTC2 Common
X19 Cup Warmer

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WIRING DIAGRAMS

XH-Connector 1
4.8*0.8

X3 X1
Wiring diagram Gran Maestria 100 - 127 V, 50 - 60 Hz (IEC) ULKA - part 2

Aerocino L
1 +5V 1 Otter Connector
2 TxD 4.8*0.8 N
3 RxD
GND
X9
4 N(F)
X11 X10 1 PE
JST 4-pol 1 6.3*0.8 6.3*0.8
XH-Connector
1 6.3*0.8
Heat2 Heat1

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FUNCTION TESTS

9 FUNCTION TESTS
All basic function
tests are shown with 9.1 Safety instructions
the Gran Maestria
EF 287 coffee machine only. Some function tests are performed with an energized, partly opened coffee machine.

Danger of electrocution!
Mains voltage inside the coffee machine.
Do not touch any live part while performing tests.

Danger of burns!
Hot parts and water under pressure inside the coffee machine.
Do not touch any hot parts while checking for leakages!
Always wear protective goggles.

9.2 Required equipment


9.2.1 Overview
Symbolic illustration
of function test equip- 1 2 3
ment.

5
T2
T1

1
6 7 8 SUR
E
RE
L MEA
P
HO
LD
COM
DJ
MA
X MI 0Ω A
N
T1 HT
T1←TT2 LIG
OP
K/ST
2
°C/°F
LOC
RA
NG
E
-200
-328 °C -
°F 13
- 24 70°C
98°F

1) Pressure gauge 5) Electronic thermometer


(EFR no. 16195) (or digital multimeter suitable for temper-
2) Maestria pressure gauge adaptor ature measurement)
3) Digital multimeter 6) Timer
(for NTC temperature sensor test) 7) Measuring beaker
4) Flashlight 8) Test equipment for protective earth conti-
nuity test and protective insulation test

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9.2.2 Pressure gauge adaptor

1) Quick action coupling for pressure 3) Connecting unit


hose 4) Fixation unit
2) Operating lever

This pressure gauge adaptor is designed for the coffee machines EF 285 and EF 287.

The pressure gauge adaptor has 2 parts:


• A connecting unit (3) with a sealing cone that is inserted in the capsule cage of the
brewing unit.
• A hand actuated fixation unit (4) to lock and seal the complete pressure gauge
adaptor in the brewing unit.

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9.2.3 Mounting pressure gauge adapter


Insert the pressure
gauge cautiously to
avoid scratches on
the metal housing.

1) Open closing handle. 3) Turn connecting unit and insert seal-


2) Insert connecting unit in brewing unit. ing cone into capsule cage.

4) Insert fixation unit. 5) Press down operating lever.

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9.3 Measure flow rate

1.

2.

1) Fill and insert water tank.


2) Insert and lock pressure gauge adap-
tor in brewing unit (see “Mounting The pressure adaptor
pressure gauge adapter” on must sit firmly in the
page 118). capsule bay.

3.

3) Connect pressure hose to pressure


tester.
4) Place a measuring cup under the drain 4.
hose of the pressure tester.

3
5.
6.

5) Switch on coffee machine.


6) After heating up, set Lungo push/turn
control to "3" and push button.

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7) Open the valve until water begins to


flow.
7. / 8. / 11.
8) Close the valve until the pressure
gauge indicates 12 bar.
Constantly monitor the pressure
gauge and if required readjust the
valve. As the temperature
increases, so does the pressure,
readjust the pressure to 12 bar 10.
when required.
9) Carry out measurement for approx.
30 sec.
10) Control measuring cup: at least 60 -
120 ml of water must be in the measur- > 60 ml
ing cup.
11) Open the valve and let water flow out
of the pressure tester. 30 sec

9.
Notices:
• Should less than 60 ml leak out, then • Large deviations in indicated pressure
the pump for coffee is defective or while measuring (± 4 bar) means that
there is a leak in the water system for the pump for coffee is defective.
coffee.

9.4 Pressure and leakage checks


Check the following parts of the coffee machine for leakages:
• Compact brewing unit
• Hose connections
• Thermoblocks
• Pumps

Dangerous mains voltage inside the coffee machine!


Do not touch any parts under voltage while checking for leakages!

Dangerous hot parts under pressure inside the coffee machine!


Do not touch any hot/pressurized parts while checking for leakages!
Always wear protective goggles.

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9.4.1 Preparations

4.

3.
1) Remove milk frother.
2) Remove cup support and maintenance
unit.
3) Remove both side panels (refer to
"General disassembly - Gran Maes-
tria" on page 73.
4) Fill and insert water tank.

1.
2.

5.

The pressure adaptor


must sit firmly in the
capsule bay. For
5) Insert and lock pressure gauge adap- more information see
tor in brewing unit. "Mounting pressure gauge
6) Place a measuring cup under the drain 6. adapter" on page 118
hose of the pressure tester.

7. 8.
7) Connect mains cable.
8) Switch on coffee machine.

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9.4.2 Test run

10 sec

9) After heating up, set Lungo push/turn


control to "3" and push button.
10) Open the valve and let the water flow
for approximately 10 sec out of the
drain hose.
11) Close the valve completely. The pres- 10. / 11.
sure stabilizes after increasing briefly
between 16-19 bar (pressure check).
The pressure increases slowly with
increasing temperature. Should the
pressure exceed 23 bar, switch off
the coffee machine and release the
pressure by opening the valve.
3

9.
For better visibility
use a flashlight. max.
50 sec

12) Check all connections under pressure


for audible and visible leaks.

Do not run the pump for more


than 50 sec with the valve closed.

12.

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13.

14.

13) Switch off the coffee machine.


14) Open the valve and let water flow out
of the pressure tester.

9.5 Measure coffee temperature

1.

1) Switch on coffee machine.


2) Place a measuring cup on cup sup-
port.
2.

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3.

3) After heating up, set push/turn control


to "3" and push button to preheat the
coffee outlet with hot water.
4) Empty measuring cup and place it
back on cup support.

4.

5.

5) Insert capsule (Cosi is best suited).

3
5 - 10 mm

6) Push Lungo button again in same 6.


position.
7) Wait until the measuring cup contains
20 ml of coffee.
8) Then measure the coffee temperature
approx. 5-10 mm under the coffee out-
let. T2
T1

The coffee temperature should be 7.


86 °C ± 3 °C (187 °F ± 5.4 °F). 1

RE
L

HO
LD

MAX
MIN
T1
T1← T2
T2

°C/°F

RA
NG

8.
E
-20
0°C
-32
8°F - 1370
- 24 °C
98°F

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9.6 Milk frother tests (Gran Maestria)


Prerequisite
Use newly opened UHT, full fat or semi-skimmed milk at fridge temperature The disregard of this
(+ 6 °C ± 2 °C (43 °F ± 3° F) for the following tests only. specification can
affect the measuring
results.
9.6.1 Basic tests
Perform the following tests to ensure the proper functioning of the milk frother:

Milk frother dial Functions to be checked

Pos. 1 Cold function: Check if liquid in milk frother stays cold


Pos. 2 / 3 / 4 Hot functions: Check if liquid in milk frother heats up
Foam functions: Check if foam of appropriate quality is created.
Pos. 1 / 2 / 3 Pos. 1 and 2: velvetly foam quality
Pos. 3: dense foam quality

9.6.2 Measure hot milk temperature


Spattered milk may
cause burns. Only
use milk frother
with lid.
T2
T1

RE
L

HO
LD

MAX
MIN
T1
T1← T2
T2

°C/°
F

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NG
E
-200
-328 °C -
°F 13
- 24 70°C
98°F

• Prepare 240 ml hot milk in milk frother (dial setting: pos. 4 - warm milk preparation
only).
• Measure temperature immediately after preparation in jug.
The milk temperature should be between + 64 °C ± 4 °C (147 °F ± 7 °F).

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9.7 Function test for cup heater (Gran Maestria)

The cup heater is equipped with 3 rips resp. push buttons (see detail) to control the
correct placement of a cup on the cup heater.
Only if all push buttons are activated together the cup heating process starts.

2.

1.

3.

1) Fill water tank.


2) Switch on coffee machine.
3) Press all push buttons separately and subsequently:
No water may come out of the cup heater.

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4) Press cup onto the cup heater until


system is filled and hot water starts
streaming. Then release cup.

4.

The cup gets hot


5) Press cup onto the cup heater again during the test. Put
until hot water stream stops automati- a towel on the cup
cally. to protect your fingers.

5.

6.

6) Check if cup has been sufficiently


heated.

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9.8 Function test for steam pipe (Maestria)

1.
1) Fill 100 ml (100 gr) tap water in a
measuring cup.

100 ml

2.

2) Switch on coffee machine.


3) Turn steam handle to position "ON" to
heat up steam circuit. ON
4) Place measuring cup under steam
pipe. Make sure that steam pipe is 3.
immersed into water. 4.

30 sec

7.
5) Turn steam lever to steam position. 5.
6) Heat up water in measuring cup for
OFF
30 sec.
7) Turn steam lever back to position 6.
"OFF".

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8) Check measuring cup: 8.


The volume should be less than
120ml. < 120 ml

T2
T1

9.

9) Check if the temperature has signifi- RE


L

cantly increased.
HO
LD

MAX
MIN
T1
T1← T2
T2

°C/°
F

RA
NG
E
-200
-328 °C -
°F 13
- 24 70°C
98°F

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9.9 Protective earth (PE) continuity test


9.9.1 What coffee machine has to be tested and when?
This test is only necessary
- for class 1 equipment (three-wire power cord with protective earth)
- after a repair whenever a general disassembly of the platform and/or core unit was
performed.

Therefore all Maestria models with a protective earth connection have to be tested after
general disassembly (refer to "Wiring diagrams" on page 91 and following).

9.9.2 General
Legal regulation
In case of a repair/modification of the coffee machine, the repair centre is bound by law
to protect the user/consumer by
- restoring the regular condition of the appliance and
- performing the respective tests according to EN/IEC 60335-1 “Safety of household
and similar electrical appliances” and national regulations (e.g. DIN VDE 0701).
Description
Protective earth continuity measurements are made between the protective earth
terminal of the power plug and all conductive, touchable parts of the coffee machine
where dangerous voltage could occur if the basic insulation was to fail.

This test assures that


- the ground (earth) connection does not have an interruption between the power plug
and the terminal block as well as touchable, conductive housing parts
- the permissible ground resistance of those conductive parts is less than 0.3 Ohms
(with a test current of 200 mA DC).
Test equipment
Ask Nespresso for Special test equipment is needed that complies with the regulations to perform protec-
recommendations tive earth continuity measurements. Detailed requirements and tolerances must be veri-
about test equipment. fied by your local authorities or measurement supplier in any case.
Test report
For legal reasons a repair or test report should be prepared and filed with following infor-
mation
- customer (name, address)
- type and serial number of coffee machine
- date of repair/test(s)
- performed test(s)/measuring value(s)
- used test equipment
- signature

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9.9.3 Test sequence

Danger of electrocution!
Do not plug in the coffee machine during the protective earth continuity
test.
Read and observe safety instructions in user manual of test equipment.

1) Connect black measuring cable to


ground pin of power plug with an insu-
lated alligator clip (example shown:
Swiss power plug).

Symbolic illustration
of test equipment.

E
SUR
2) Switch on test equipment and select MEA
COM
P
DJ
protective earth continuity test. T
0Ω A
OP LIGH
K/ST
LOC

Test points for Maestria:


• Choose one of the marked test points
(screw heads) on base and one under
head of coffee machine.

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173 174

Test points for Gran Maestria:


• Choose one of the marked test points
(screw heads):
• on plastic base (174)
• on aluminium base (173)
• under head of coffee machine.
• Metal jug of milk frother.

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3) Press tip of red test probe onto


selected test point.
4) Press "measure" button and read off
displayed resistance.

The resistance must be lower than


3.
0.3 Ohm.

Fill in measured value(s) in a test report.

4.
SUR
E hm d
MEA 15 O sse
0.2 st pa P
Te COM
DJ
0Ω A
T
TOP LIGH
LOCK/S

9.9.4 What to do if the protective earth continuity test fails


• Check/measure ground wire connections on:
• terminal block for power cord (Maestria: 64, Gran Maestria: 145)
• terminal screw on base (Maestria: 160, Gran Maestria: 141)
• terminal screw on both thermoblocks (809, 810)
• terminal screw on holder of brewing unit (78).
• Check/measure ground connection on milk frother connector (refer to page 80 and
page 91 for wiring diagram). Replace milk frother connector if necessary.
• Clean ground contact on milk frother. Measure resistance between ground contact
and jug of milk frother. Replace milk frother if necessary.

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9.10 Protective insulation test


Perform the protec- 9.10.1 What coffee machines have to be tested and when?
tive earth (PE) conti-
nuity test at first. This test is necessary
- for class 1 and 2 equipment (with/without protective earth)
- after a repair whenever a general disassembly of the platform and/or core unit was
performed.

9.10.2 General
Legal regulation
In case of a repair/modification of the coffee machine, the repair centre is bound by law
to protect the user/consumer by
- restoring the regular condition of the appliance and
- performing the respective tests according to EN/IEC 60335-1 “Safety of household
and similar electrical appliances” and national regulations (e.g. DIN VDE 0701).
Description
The insulation test
- assures that wiring and insulation of the coffee machine fullfill the normative require-
ments after a repair,
- rates the insulation capability of the coffee machine,
- is a very dangerous test because of a high test voltage (500 V DC).

For the insulation test, phase and neutral wire are shunted at the power plug. Then a
test voltage is applied between phase/neutral and selected parts of the coffee machine.
Test equipment
Ask Nespresso for Special test equipment is needed that complies with the regulations to perform insulation
recommendations and withstanding voltage tests. Detailed requirements and tolerances must be verified
about test equipment. with your local authorities or measurement supplier in any case.

Ideally the test equipment has a national power socket for testing, so that the coffee
machine can plugged in directly. Otherwise a special shunt is necessary to connect the
phase and neutral pin of the coffee machine’s power plug.
Test report
For legal reasons a repair or test report should be prepared and filed with following infor-
mation
- customer (name, address)
- type and serial number of coffee machine
- date of repair/test(s)
- performed test(s)/measuring value(s), test points
- used test equipment
- signature

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FUNCTION TESTS

9.10.3 Test sequence

Danger of electrical shock/short circuit!


Do not plug in the coffee machine during insulation test.

Danger of electrical shock!


Do not touch tip of test probes.
Do not touch metallic parts of coffee machine during test.
Read and observe safety instructions in user manual of test equipment.

A Swiss power plug is


1) Connect the phase and neutral pin of
shown here as an
the power plug together with a test example.
adaptor (procured by the repair
centre). Use a short circuit
2) Connect the black measuring cable to plug or special alliga-
tor clips etc. as sub-
the test adaptor (see image).
stitute for this test adaptor.
3) Turn the ON-OFF machine's main
switch on position I (ON).
Symbolic illustration
of test equipment.

E
SUR
4) Switch on test equipment and select MEA
COM
P
DJ
an insulation test voltage of 500 V DC. LIGH
T
0Ω A
OP
K/ST
LOC

Schematic view with


a Swiss power plug.

5.

Same test procedure for Maestria and


Gran Maestria coffee machines:
5) Touch protective ground contact on
power plug with red test probe.
6) Press "measure" button.
7) Read off displayed insulation resist-
ance or test result.

The insulation resistance must be


higher than 300 kOhm
(300,000 Ohm).
6.
URE hm d
MEA
S 15 O sse
0.2 st pa P
Te COM
J D
0Ω A
T
OP LIGH
K/ST
LOC

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9.10.4 What to do if the insulation test fails

Risk of damage!
A sparkover can damage the electronic control board and sensors etc.

• Assume that the coffee machine is defect after a failed insulation test.
• Check wiring and locate fault. After fault clearance proceed with troubleshooting
check list (see see “Troubleshooting” on page 34).
• In case of doubt an insulation test on the milk frother alone can be carried out on the
coffee machine Gran Maestria EF 287: touch phase and neutral contacts at the
bottom with one test probe successively and the outside of the metallic jug with the
other test probe.
If insulation test fails, replace milk frother.

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EXPLODED DRAWINGS

10 EXPLODED DRAWINGS
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SPARE PARTS LISTS

11 SPA R E PA R TS L I S TS
11.1 Spare part selection criteria
Only position numbers are shown in the spare parts lists. Visit the webshop for component numbers and spare
parts orders.
Please note that some spare parts have several position numbers resp. component numbers depending on their
colour and / or brand related features (e.g. logo):

Maestria EF 285
Pos. 130 / 132 / 160 / 169 and 170 = colour-dependent
Pos. 182 = colour and brand-dependent

Gran Maestria EF 287


Pos. 112 / 114 / 141 / 148 and 149 = colour-dependent
Pos. 184 = color and brand-dependent

11.2 Spare parts list - Maestria EF 285

Spare parts list for Maestria EF 285

Pos. Component Remark

001 Holder 285 black


002 Light cond. 285 caps contain right
003 Light cond. 285 caps contain left
004 Clip 287 caps contain
005 Holder 285 pump black, hot water/steam
006 Pump EN4 220-240V/50/60Hz white Label white/green
007 Hose silicone/reinforced di 4,2 da 8,0/65mm,PES reinforced
008 Fluid nipple I-form 1x black,D=5,6/4,8
009 Spring clip d=7,7x1,3mm V2 silicone hose
010 Molded tube 285 pump transp,60 Shore
011 O-Ring 3,40x1,90 silicone/2-K 70 Shore red 2-comp silicone
013 Strd wire EU grey 160mm 0,75 1xFHWL4,8-Ni/1xFH4,8-Sn
017 O-Ring 3,40x1,90 EPDM V3
019 Press.spring con.1,6mm D 17,0/38,0 L=21,0 n= 4,5
022 Flow meter FHKSC 12 0° 932-9521/A, double insulated
023 Flow meter cord 285 3x white, L=175mm
024 Molded tube 280 pump transp, 60 Shore
025 Molded tube 483 silicone transp, APD-water tank ventilation
026 Fluid nipple 004 I-form V2 black
029 Temperature gauge 285 cpl NTC104M5-S260A2
030 Spring ring M5 bl galvan
032 Screw GF/Tapt. M4,0x 8 bl galvan rd head/spring ring, Torx-20
035 Fluid connect elbow 90° black,16,0x16,0mm crosspiece

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Spare parts list for Maestria EF 285

Pos. Component Remark

036 Clip D=5mm browned inox


038 Screw KST/PT 3,0x12 bl galvan rd head Torx-10 CA point
042 Hose FEP D4,0/2,50x200mm 2 clamp ring/2 tubul.rivets
043 Hose silicone 08,0x1,75x160 60 Shore, white
047 Temperature gauge 285 cpl NTC104M5-S220A2
048 Fluid connect F 90° V3 black,2xF/1xmale,crosspiece
049 Fluid connect V shape 125° V2 black, crosspiece
050 Connect 004 valve black V2 crosspiece
054 Screw GF/Tapt. M4,0x12 bl galvan rd head Torx-20 greased
055 Gear M4 form A bl galvan
057 Anti kink protection 90° black hose da=4mm
058 Clip D=4mm L=14mm Inox
059 Hose FEP D4,0/2,50x180mm 2 clamp ring/2 tubul.rivets
060 Hose silic 08,0x1,75x100 60 Shore,white
061 Outlet valve thermoblock press 3,5 bar, lock press 1,0 bar
062 Hose silic/reinforced di 3,0 da 6,0/095mm,300°C,fiberglass
063 Hose clamp 7,8-8,3mm Gohard No.5200
070 Spring 285 cup holder inox
081 Micro switch DB3A-B1AA 0,1A 125/250VAC
082 Clip 285 steam valve inox
083 Hose FEP D4,0/2,50x75mm 2 clamp ring/2 tubul.rivets
084 Connector 285 4x 6x plug
085 Holder 285 steam tube black, lower
086 Tooth gear 285 steam lance neutral
087 Gear 285 steam lance black
088 Press. spring 1,20/Da 8,70 L=13,5 n=5,9 inox ends flatened
089 Connect 285 steam tube black
090 O-Ring 5,50x2,00 silic/2-K 80 Shore red 2-comp silic
091 Steam tube 285 bent inox, upper
092 Support 285 steam tube black, holder
093 Holder 285 steam tube black, upper
094 Casing 285 outlet black, front
095 Holder 285 extract unit alu
096 Spare extract unit 473 TCBU packed
098 Guide 285 caps black
104 Screw GF/Tapt. M3,0x12 bl galvan rd head Torx-10 CA point, greased
105 Cover 285 outlet black, upper
106 Cover 285 outlet black, lower
125 Cover 285 electronic black, lower
127 Connector 287 6x espresso button
128 Connector 287 6x coffee button
129 Cable holder 285 black
130 Lock rod 285 alu red
132 Cover 285 upper red, print: black
133 Rubber feet 483 TCBU black 60 Shore

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Spare parts list for Maestria EF 285

Pos. Component Remark

139 Clip 285 button inox


152 Holder 285 coffee black
153 Light cond. 285 cover print
160 Base 285 alu red, design I
161 Magnet 285 10,0x10,0x3,0mm
162 Rubber feet 285 base black
163 Support 285 water tank black
164 Terminal block 3/EKL1BEF2 2B module 10mm 4,0mm² white partition wall GW
165 Strain relief clamp transp, screwable
166 Line cord EU M36 H05VV-F3G1,0/L30/N30/PE45,assembled
167 Base 285 bottom black
168 Cable holder 285 black fixing
169 Side wall 285 right red, alu
170 Side wall 285 left red, alu
171 Shaft 285 cup holder inox, short
172 Sleeve 285 cup holder black
178 Drip plate 285 Design C chrom.
179 Capsule container 285 transp.
182 Cover 285 drip tray red, alu
183 Cup holder 285 Design C chrom.
189 Screw GF/Tapt. M4,0x12 vz-bl galvan rd head Torx-20 scraper cam
190 Hose silic 03,0x1,00x3,5 60 Shore, transp.
193 Screw KST/PT 3,0x 8 bl galvan rd head Torx-10 CA point
195 Mult.strd wire 285 EU brown
196 Holder 285 pump V2
197 Holder 285 pump V2
201 Molded tube 285 silic
202 Hose FEP D4,0/2,50x 90mm
203 Fluid nipple 660 elbow 90°
801 Water tank 285 cpl
802 Espresso 285 cpl MMI
803 Coffee 285 cpl MMI
804 Switch 285 230V cpl on/off
806 Spare electronic 285 230V packed
807 Cup holder 285 cpl
808 Spare valve lifter 285 packed
809 Spare thermobl. 2010/285 230V IEC mount.
810 Spare thermobl. 2011/285 230V IEC mount.
811 Spare pump 285 230V IEC V2
812 Spare button Espresso 285
813 Spare button Lungo 285
814 Spare drip tray 285 cpl
820 Relieve tank 285 cpl welded
821 Steam valve 285 cpl
822 Foam device 285 cpl

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Spare parts list for Maestria EF 285

Pos. Component Remark

823 Spare lever brake 285


824 Spare lever 285 steam valve
982 Polystyr. 285 4-part
982 PE film 600x1100x0,025mm
981 Picture carton 285 Nespresso
983 Covering box 285 2/slotted
984 Sticker 285 Nespresso B500
984 Package label 285 Nespresso 2/240x85mm
984 Sticker round D=40mm alu
984 Sticker warning 45x60mm Maestria, steam pipe
Maestria,9-lang. NO/SE/DA/FI/GR/arabic/TR/FR/GB,
990 Instr.man. 285 Nespresso
Zone 2

11.3 Spare parts list - Gran Maestria EF 287

Spare parts list for Gran Maestria EF 287

Pos. Component Remark

001 Holder 287


002 Light cond. 285 caps contain right
003 Light cond. 285 caps contain left
004 Clip 287 caps contain
005 Holder 285 pump black, hot water/steam
006 Pump NMEHP1 230-240V/50Hz
007 Hose silicone/reinforced di 4,2 da 8,0/65mm, PES reinforced
008 Fluid nipple I-form 1x black, D=5,6/4,8
009 Spring clip d=7,7x1,3mm V2 silicone hose
010 Molded tube 285 pump transp, 60 Shore
011 O-Ring 3,40x1,90 silicone/2-K 70 Shore red 2-comp silicone
013 Strd wire EU grey 160mm 0,75 1xFHWL4,8-Ni/1xFH4,8-Sn
017 O-Ring 3,40x1,90 EPDM V3
019 Press. spring con.1,6mm D 17,0/38,0 L=21,0 n= 4,5
022 Flow meter FHKSC 12 0° 932-9521/A, double insulated
023 Flow meter cord 285 3x white, L=175mm
024 Molded tube 280 pump transp, 60 Shore
025 Molded tube 483 silic transp, APD-water tank ventilation
026 Fluid nipple 004 I-form V2 black
029 Temperature gauge 285 cpl NTC104M5-S260A2
030 Spring ring M 5 bl galvan
032 Screw GF/Tapt. M4,0x 8 bl galvan rd head/spring ring,Torx-20
034 Fluid connect elbow 90° black,16,0x16,0mm crosspiece
035 Clip D=5mm browned inox
037 Screw KST/PT 3,0x12 bl galvan rd head Torx-10 CA point

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Spare parts list for Gran Maestria EF 287

Pos. Component Remark

041 Hose FEP D4,0/2,50x207mm 2 clamp rings/2 tubul. rivets


042 Hose silic 08,0x1,75x125 60 Shore,white
046 Temperature gauge 285 cpl NTC104M5-S220A2
047 Fluid connect V shape 125° V2 black, crosspiece
051 Screw GF/Tapt. M4,0x12 bl galvan rd head Torx-20 greased
052 Gear M4 form A bl galvan
054 Anti kink protection 90° black hose da=4mm
055 Clip D=4mm L=14mm Inox
060 Spring 285 cup holder inox
062 Casing 285 outlet black, front
064 Clip 287 button
077 Holder 287 milk regulat
078 Holder 285 extract unit alu
079 Spare extract unit 473 TCBU packed
081 Guide 285 caps black
087 Screw GF/Tapt. M3,0x12 bl galvan rd head Torx-10 CA point, greased
088 Cover 285 outlet black, upper
089 Cover 285 outlet black, lower
108 Cover 285 electronic black, lower
109 Connector 287 6x espresso button
110 Connector 287 6x coffee button
111 Cable holder 285 black
112 Lock rod 287 alu
114 Cover 287 upper
115 Light cond. 287 cover
116 Rubber feet 483 TCBU black 60 Shore
121 Clip 285 button inox
134 Holder 285 coffee black
135 Light cond. 285 cover print
141 Base 287 alu
142 Magnet 285 10,0x10,0x3,0mm
143 Rubber feet 285 base black
144 Support 285 water tank black
145 Terminal block 3/EKL1BEF2 2B module 10mm 4,0mm² white partition wall GW
146 Strain relief clamp transp, screwable
147 Line cord EU M36 H05VV-F3G1,0/L30/N30/PE45,assembled
148 Side wall 287 right
149 Side wall 287 left
164 Grille 287 cup heater
167 Support 287 Aeroccino
168 Connect base CS75
169 USW coil 287 strd wires
170 Mult.strd wire 287 EU blue
172 Cover 287 Aeroccino
173 Base 287 bottom

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Spare parts list for Gran Maestria EF 287

Pos. Component Remark

174 Base 287 bottom


175 Cable holder 285 black fixing
176 Shaft 285 cup holder inox, short
177 Sleeve 285 cup holder black
179 Floater 287 drip tray red
180 Drip plate 287 Design
181 Caps contain 285 transp.
184 Cover 287 drip tray
185 Cup holder 285 Design C chrom.
191 Milk foam Aero 4 cpl
192 Screw GF/Tapt. M4,0x12 vz-bl galvan rd head Torx-20 scraper cam
193 Screw KST/PT 3,0x 8 bl galvan rd head Torx-10 CA point
195 Beater Aero 3 cpl mounted
197 Mult.strd wire 285 EU brown
198 Holder 285 pump V2
199 Holder 285 pump V2
204 Molded tube 285 silic
205 Hose FEP D4,0/2,50x 90mm
801 Water tank 285 cpl
802 Espresso 285 cpl MMI
803 Coffee 285 cpl MMI
804 Switch 285 230V cpl on/off
806 Spare electronic 287 230V
807 Cup holder 285 cpl
808 Spare valve lifter 285 packed
809 Spare thermobl.2010/285 230V IEC mount.
810 Spare thermobl. 2011/287
811 Spare pump 285 230V IEC V2
812 Spare button Espresso 285
813 Spare button Lungo 285
814 Spare drip tray 287 cpl
820 Cup heater 287 cpl
821 Regulat. 287 milk cpl MMI
825 Spare support 287 Aeroccino
826 Spare button Aeroccino 287
981 Picture carton 287 DeLonghi
982 Polystyr. 287 4-part
982 PE film 750x1200x0,025mm
983 Covering box 287 1/slotted
984 Sticker 287 DeLonghi EN470
984 Package label 287 DeLonghi
984 Sticker warning 45x60mm
990 Instr.man. 287 Delonghi

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12 NOTES

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