Question about DeLonghi ESAM3500 Espresso Machine & Coffee Maker
The General Alarm means the inside of the appliance is very dirty. Once cleaned, if 'General Alarm!' continues to display, you are advised to contact a service company. Disassemble the machine, making sure to clean every part of it, and put it back together. Plug the machine back in and let it run through it's self-diagnosis procedure.
Cleaning the coffee maker
The following parts of the appliance must be cleaned regularly:
- coffee grounds container
- drip tray
- water tank
- coffee spouts and hot water nozzle
- pre-ground coffee feed funnel
- inside the machine, accessible after opening the service door
- milk container
- control panel
Follow the Cleaning and Maintenance procedures in the Instruction Manual for your device here:
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Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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