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Instructions for use
Instructions for using the Moccamaster
coffeemaker, models 40 and 741, GCS and CD.
Capacity: 1.25 litres = 10 cups.
Read before using: general safety
Read these instructions carefully and use the coffeemaker only as
described in this manual. Save the instructions for later use.
•Use this coffeemaker only under the supervision of someone who
has read these instructions.
•If you encounter any difficulties, remove the plug from the
Instructions for use
Important: Before using the coffeemaker for the first time, or if the
coffeemaker has not been used for a long time, it is advisable to run
the coffeemaker once using only cold water.
1.Place the machine horizontally on a flat surface, insert the plug
into the socket and make sure the machine is switched off.
2.Insert the outlet pipe in the rubber gasket on the water reservoir
and adjust the pipe to the right position.
3.Fill the water reservoir with cold water and put the lid on to
prevent dust from entering the reservoir.
4.Place a no. 4 filter in the filter holder and fill it with the required
amount of ground coffee. One level measuring scoop of coffee is
litre of water (2 cups). Place the lid on the filter
holder to ensure that the temperature remains constant.
5.Place the empty coffee pot with the lid onto the hotplate directly
under the filter holder and switch the coffeemaker on by pres-
sing the on/off switch. Turn the hotplate on, to the highest set-
ting if possible (the light will be on).
6.As soon as the water has flowed through the machine, the main
heating element will switch off. This means that the machine
will only draw power from the hotplate.
7.Coffee tastes best right after it has been made. Do not wait too
long before serving. If you would like to keep smaller amounts
of coffee warm for a brief period, it is best to set the hotplate to
power (the light will now be off) so that the coffee does not
8.Pour the coffee into a thermos carafe if you would like to keep it
for a longer period of time. This will preserve the taste and
9.If you are no longer using the coffeemaker, the on/off switch
(ON/OFF) must be turned off (OFF). Never use the hotplate to
heat up coffee or other liquids. Rinse well with water after use.
Always remove the coffee filter from the holder after use.
10.The filter holder of models KBG, GCS and CD is equipped
with a drip-stop system. The filter holder will close automatical-
ly if the coffee pot or filter holder is removed while you are
making coffee. The GCS model is also equipped with a built-in
safety contact which ensures that the power supply to the
heating element will shut off if the coffee pot is removed. For
this reason, it is always important to make sure that the pot and
the filter holder are in the right position while you are making
Tips foroptimum use of the coffeemaker
1.When inserting the coffee filter, press it firmly against the sides
of the filter holder.
2.When making smaller amounts of coffee (1-2 cups), it is best to
start the machine at the highest setting with an empty coffee pot
on the hotplate, so that it will heat up sufficiently while the
machine is being filled with coffee and water. This will allow
the coffee to stay hot longer.
3.The filter holder for the models equipped with a drip-stop sys-
tem has 3 settings. Fully open (normal amounts of coffee), half-
open (small amounts of coffee), and closed (drip-stop).
4.Extra accessories may be purchased to use the machine for
making tea. These include a pot, filter holder with special insert
for tea leaves, and two lids. Only available for use with models
KBG, GCS and CD.
Before cleaning, remove the plug from the socket. Clean the
appliance regularly with a damp (NOTWET) cloth and wipe dry.
Never submerge the appliance in water.
Other parts such as the pot, filter holder and the lid may be cleaned
in the normal fashion.
In some areas, the water can be harder (contains more calcium) than
in others. If you live in these areas, it is best to descale the machine.
If you live in areas with a normal water quality, this is not necessary
Descaling the coffeemaker
1.Fill the water reservoir with a half litre of water and a half litre
of household vinegar.
2.Turn the machine on and wait until all of the water has flowed
into the pot.
3.Repeat the process twice with clean water in order to clean the
If the scale indicator is flashing, this means that the machine must
be descaled immediately. If the machine is not equipped with a
scale indicator, it must be descaled if it starts to make a humming
noise while coffee is being made.
For both kinds of warning, the coffeemaking process will be inter-
rupted at intervals.
If this is the case, the machine must be thoroughly descaled. The
water and household vinegar must remain in the machine without
dripping through for at least half an hour (switch the machine off).
Now start the machine and allow the liquid to run through twice.
1.Turn the machine off and remove the plug from the socket.
2.Remove the outlet pipe.
3.Empty the machine by holding it upside down over the sink.
4.Replace the outlet pipe before you use the machine again.
1.You can discard the filter and the coffee grounds by disposing of
them in the organic waste container or the compost heap. If you
do not have a compost heap, used filters may be disposed of
with the normal household waste.
2.For environmental reasons, broken coffeemakers should be
disposed of at a recycling station or returned to the supplier.
The coffeemaker can be disassembled and the individual parts