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[. . . ] In a safe way and understand the · For additional protection, this Children shall not play with the to a household faulty current Cleaning and user protection switch with no more Maintenance shall not be made by than 30 mA. Children unless they are older than · Use the appliance with a grounded Always keep the appliance and its cord out of reach of children aged less than 8 years. Do not squeeze or bend the power cord and do not rub it on sharp edges in order to prevent any damage. Do not touch the appliance or its plug with wet or damp hands when the appliance is plugged in. [. . . ] These values may vary according to the usage of the appliance and ambient conditions. Power supply: 220-240 V~, 50-60Hz Power: 900 W Auto shut off: 30 min Technical and design modifications reserved. A WARNING: First time use: Run the appliance at least 4 times without adding coffee. A WARNING: Please follow the steps 1 - 2 and 7 - 12 in the "Brewing Coffee" section. Before using the appliance for the first time, clean all parts which come into contact with water carefully. Make sure that the appliance is placed in an upright position and on a stable, flat, clean, dry, and non-slip surface. Pull off and fill the glass jug (6) with the required amount of water, but do not fill past the "10" mark. The brewed amount of coffee will be 10% less than the filled water, because it is absorbed by the coffee grounds and the filter. C For the good coffee taste it is suggested to operate the appliance with at least 4 cups coffee serving. C For improved heat retention we recommend that you rinse the pot with hot water before starting the brewing process. There is a drip hole on the back C of the water reservoir to prevent exceeding the capacity of the coffee maker. If you add too much water, it will drip out from the back of the appliance. Insert the filter basket (2) back into the housing and close the filter basket cover (1). WARNING: If the glass jug (6) is not A placed accurately, the drip-stop (5) function will not function properly. C The brewing process can be stopped at any time by pushing the On/Off button (7) again. The appliance is equipped with a drip-stop (5) located underneath C the filter basket (2) and enables you to briefly remove the glass jug (6) to pour coffee before the water has fi-nished running through the machine. WARNING: Make sure to place the glass jug (6) on the warming Otherwise the brewed coffee from the filter could overflow. If you want to use the glass jug for more than 30 seconds switch off the appliance. WARNING: Never pull out the a filter basket (2) during the brewing process even if no water is draining. Extremely hot water or coffee can spill out from the filter basket and cause injury. WARNING: If water/coffee is not draining from the filter basket (2) A after several seconds with the glass jug (6) properly in place (8) immediately unplug the appliance and wait 10 minutes before opening and checking the filter basket (2). WARNING: When the brewing process ends and the water level A indicator (3) with "10" marking is empty, there will still be hot liquid in the filter basket (2). [. . . ] Turn the appliance on and allow approximately one large coffee cup to run through the appliance. Fill the water tank with cold, fresh drinking water and run all the water through. If you do not plan to use the appliance for a long period of time, please store it carefully. During handling and transportation, carry the appliance in its original packaging. [. . . ]

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