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How to clean De’Longhi espresso machine?

To clean your De'Longhi espresso machine, follow these steps regularly: Drip Tray and Cup Tray. Remove the drip tray from the machine. Take out the cup tray and empty any water from it. Clean the drip tray with a cloth. Coffee Filters. Extract the perforated filter by pulling the tab. Rinse the filters under running water. Ensure that the holes are not blocked. If necessary, use a pin to clean them. Boiler Outlet (Every 200 Coffees). Rinse the boiler outlet by delivering about 0.5 liters of water from the boiler outlet. You can do this by pressing the coffee button without using ground coffee. Additionally, remember to descale the appliance when the orange light on the button comes on. Here's how to descale your De'Longhi espresso machine:

  1. (If present, remove the water softener filter). Fill the tank with the descaler solution, which you can prepare by diluting the provided descaler with water (fill the water tank up to the MAX level).
  2. Press the ON/OFF button.
  3. Make sure the filter holder is not attached and place a container under the hot water spout and boiler outlet.
  4. Wait for the one and two cups button lights to come on steadily, indicating that the appliance is ready for use.
  5. Press and hold the steam button for 10 seconds until the all buttons flash in sequence.
  6. Turn the steam dial to the steam/water position.
  7. Press the button marked with a steam icon to start the descaling process.
  8. The descale program will begin, and the descaler liquid will come out of the water spout. It will perform a series of rinses and pauses until the tank is empty.  During descaling, remember to close the steam dial from time to time to deliver small quantities of descaler from the boiler outlet.
  9. The appliance stops operation, and the orange steam button light continues to flash, indicating that the appliance is now ready for rinsing with clean water.
  10. Extract the water tank, empty it, fill it with fresh water up to the MAX level, and put it back in the appliance (If used, insert the water softener filter). Empty the container used for collecting the descaler solution and then position it empty under the hot water spout.
  11. Make sure the steam dial is in the steam/water position, then press the steam button to start rinsing.
  12. When the water tank is empty, the orange light goes out, indicating that the descaling process is complete.
  13. Make sure the steam dial is in the closed position (O symbol).
Your appliance is now ready for use.

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How to use De’Longhi espresso machine?

To use the De’Longhi Dedica espresso machine, follow these steps:

  1. Begin by turning on the appliance using the ON/OFF switch. The machine will go through a self-diagnosis cycle, indicated by the sequential flashing of the three buttons. When the lights stop flashing and remain steady, the appliance is ready for use.
  2. Place the ground coffee filter in the filter holder. For a single coffee, add one level measure of pre-ground coffee (approximately 7 grams) to the filter. For two coffees, use two loosely filled measures (about 7+7 grams) of pre-ground coffee. Ensure the coffee is evenly distributed in the filter and press it lightly with the provided presser.
  3. Attach the filter holder to the appliance. Align the handle of the filter holder with the INSERT symbol, attach it, and rotate the handle to the right until it aligns with the CLOSE symbol.
  4. Position a coffee cup under the boiler outlet and press the one or two cups button, depending on your desired quantity. The machine will start brewing the coffee, and it will automatically stop the delivery when done.
  5. To remove the filter holder, turn the handle from right to left.
For making a cappuccino, follow these additional steps:
  1. Ensure the cappuccino maker selection ring is set to the "CAPPUCCINO" position.
  2. Press the steam button. While the light is flashing, fill a milk jug with approximately 100 grams of milk for each cappuccino you wish to prepare. Wait for the corresponding button's light to remain steady, indicating that the boiler has reached the ideal temperature for steaming.
  3. Position an empty container under the cappuccino maker and briefly open the dial to release any remaining air in the system. Then, close the dial.
  4. Place the milk-jug under the cappuccino maker.
  5. Immerse the cappuccino maker into the milk jug and turn the dial to the "STEAM" position. To achieve a creamier froth, immerse the cappuccino maker in the milk and gently move the jug upward.
  6. Once you achieve the desired temperature (ideal is 60°C) and froth density, turn the steam dial clockwise to stop the steam delivery.
  7. Pour the frothed milk into the cups with the espresso coffee prepared earlier. Your cappuccino is now ready to enjoy.

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About De’Longhi Espresso Machines

If you’re seeking the full barista experience, you certainly don’t need to buy a large, expensive, professional appliance. With a compact-sized, domestic De’Longhi espresso machine, you’ll be able to control the entire brewing process and make café-style drinks in the comfort of your own home. These models are suited well for beginners too, so it won’t take long for you to learn how to use them even if you’re completely new to the world of coffee.

De’Longhi italian espresso machine models

Our range includes De’Longhi espresso machines in two different models: Dedica and Stilosa. All of these machines are easy to operate and offer high performance in a compact body. Each of them has some unique features too though.

De’Longhi Dedica espresso machines

There’s a reason why the Dedica models are amongst some of the most popular De’Longhi coffee machines. First of all, these machines are valued highly by brewing beginners who have just started learning about the art of coffee-making. With the help of a Dedica machine, you can easily brew an aromatic espresso or use a steam wand to froth some milk for your milk-based coffees. A De’Longhi Dedica espresso machine will also allow you to experiment by changing the amount of coffee or milk and adjusting the temperature of your water. To discover even more unexpected flavours, you can always try using coffees from different regions to see how the taste of your drink changes. By the way, these appliances are classified as ESE pod coffee machines, so you can use ESE pods instead of ground coffee for your drinks as well.

If you’re searching for an appliance that not only brews delicious coffee but also looks great in your kitchen, you’ll be happy to find out that De’Longhi Dedica espresso machines come in several different colours: choose from classic black, white, grey, or the more distinctive red or cream models.

De’Longhi Stilosa coffee machines

Just like Dedica, the De’Longhi Stilosa EC230 and EC260 espresso machines won’t take up much space in your kitchen and will allow you to adjust brewing settings—however, unlike the Dedica model, they can brew two espressos at the same time, making these machines perfect for you if you enjoy having a cup of coffee in the company of a friend or loved one. De’Longhi EC260 also boasts a modern design: the combination of matte and glossy details is bound to look great in any space. By the way, this De’Longhi espresso coffee machine has a convenient portafilter with a non-slip handle too.

Conclusion

Domestic espresso machines are constantly growing in popularity, and De’Longhi is becoming one of the first choices for aspiring baristas. Easy operation, compact size, high performance, adjustable settings and the opportunity to give latte art a try are some of the features that tend to catch the eye of many coffee machine buyers. If these De’Longhi espresso machines sound impressive to you too, don’t hesitate to pick out your favourite model and start the journey of discovering new coffee flavours! If you need any advice along the way, feel free to reach out to Coffee Friend’s consultants.

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