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Date: 01 Apr 2007 18:21:33
From: Daniel.Peaper@gmail.com
Subject: How to program a San Marino Coffee Machine
Hi All,

I have just picked up a second hand San Marino coffee machine at a
local auction. I'm not sure about the model and it came with no
instructions. It's one of the big comercial types with chrome and
copper finish and it looks great now I've cleaned it up.

There is a little keypad with five buttons on it. 4 different cup
combinations and one that says Prog/Stop. Can anyone explain to me how
to programme these little buttons please? At the mo' I'm just turning
it on and off to get the right amount but I would like to be able to
do it properly.

Thanks in advance for any help offered.
Danny....





 
Date: 22 Apr 2007 16:13:26
From: Daniel.Peaper@gmail.com
Subject: Re: How to program a San Marino Coffee Machine
On Apr 12, 9:14 pm, "Brent" <m...@privacy.net > wrote:
> or inside the machine - my wega has it under the top tray. the only label
> says "on" which is where it stays permanently.
>
> the usual sequence from memory is when it is in "program mode" push the prog
> buttun, and the light goes on, press the button you are wanting to set and
> when you want it to stop press the prog button and it's done...
>
> Brent
>
>
>
>
>
> >> > wrote:
>
> >> > > Hi All,
>
> >> > > I have just picked up a second handSanMarinocoffeemachine at a
> >> > > local auction. I'm not sure about the model and it came with no
> >> > > instructions. It's one of the big comercial types with chrome and
> >> > > copper finish and it looks great now I've cleaned it up.
>
> >> > > There is a little keypad with five buttons on it. 4 different cup
> >> > > combinations and one that says Prog/Stop. Can anyone explain to me
> >> > > how
> >> > > toprogrammethese little buttons please? At the mo' I'm just turning
> >> > > it on and off to get the right amount but I would like to be able to
> >> > > do it properly.
>
> >> > > Thanks in advance for any help offered.
> >> > > Danny....
>
> >> > Experiment with different keystroke sequences, you can do no harm.
>
> >> > a guess: press prog. then hold down the 2 shot button for the length
> >> > of shot needed,
> >> > release to cut off then press prog.
>
> >> > DAve
>
> >> > saeco / gaggia service SE
>
> >> Hi Dave,
>
> >> I've tried lots of combinations of keys but not the one you suggested.
> >> I tried it last night when i got home from work but I didn't have any
> >> luck. The Prog/Stop button has a small red light on it and I assume
> >> that it will illuminate when I manage to get it intoprogrammemode.
>
> >> Cheers,
> >> Danny- Hide quoted text -
>
> >> - Show quoted text -
>
> > There may be a small toggle switch hidden away somewhere, only when
> > that is flipped can you access the program mode. Have a hunt around,
> > it is a tiny toggle switch and usually hidden near the steam valves,
> > you will have to bend down and look around near the group and the
> > valves.
>
> > On CMA machines you flip the toggle and then you are able to press and
> > hold the Prog/Stop button for a few secs until the led's flash. Start
> > and stop the button you want to prgram. If it's multiple groups the
> > right one copies to the left. Flip back the toggle switch after
> > programming.
>
> > Paul- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

Hi Bretn & Paul,

Thanks for your pointers, you were quite right. I had actually to
unscrew the top panel from the machine (The base of the cup warmer)
and the tiny toggle switch was hidden away under there.

Cheers,
Danny....



  
Date: 23 Apr 2007 16:17:22
From: Brent
Subject: Re: How to program a San Marino Coffee Machine
hope you left it on!

>> or inside the machine - my wega has it under the top tray. the only label
>> says "on" which is where it stays permanently.
>>
>> the usual sequence from memory is when it is in "program mode" push the
>> prog
>> buttun, and the light goes on, press the button you are wanting to set
>> and
>> when you want it to stop press the prog button and it's done...
>>
>> Brent
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> >> > wrote:
>>
>> >> > > Hi All,
>>
>> >> > > I have just picked up a second handSanMarinocoffeemachine at a
>> >> > > local auction. I'm not sure about the model and it came with no
>> >> > > instructions. It's one of the big comercial types with chrome and
>> >> > > copper finish and it looks great now I've cleaned it up.
>>
>> >> > > There is a little keypad with five buttons on it. 4 different cup
>> >> > > combinations and one that says Prog/Stop. Can anyone explain to me
>> >> > > how
>> >> > > toprogrammethese little buttons please? At the mo' I'm just
>> >> > > turning
>> >> > > it on and off to get the right amount but I would like to be able
>> >> > > to
>> >> > > do it properly.
>>
>> >> > > Thanks in advance for any help offered.
>> >> > > Danny....
>>
>> >> > Experiment with different keystroke sequences, you can do no harm.
>>
>> >> > a guess: press prog. then hold down the 2 shot button for the
>> >> > length
>> >> > of shot needed,
>> >> > release to cut off then press prog.
>>
>> >> > DAve
>>
>> >> > saeco / gaggia service SE
>>
>> >> Hi Dave,
>>
>> >> I've tried lots of combinations of keys but not the one you suggested.
>> >> I tried it last night when i got home from work but I didn't have any
>> >> luck. The Prog/Stop button has a small red light on it and I assume
>> >> that it will illuminate when I manage to get it intoprogrammemode.
>>
>> >> Cheers,
>> >> Danny- Hide quoted text -
>>
>> >> - Show quoted text -
>>
>> > There may be a small toggle switch hidden away somewhere, only when
>> > that is flipped can you access the program mode. Have a hunt around,
>> > it is a tiny toggle switch and usually hidden near the steam valves,
>> > you will have to bend down and look around near the group and the
>> > valves.
>>
>> > On CMA machines you flip the toggle and then you are able to press and
>> > hold the Prog/Stop button for a few secs until the led's flash. Start
>> > and stop the button you want to prgram. If it's multiple groups the
>> > right one copies to the left. Flip back the toggle switch after
>> > programming.
>>
>> > Paul- Hide quoted text -
>>
>> - Show quoted text -
>
> Hi Bretn & Paul,
>
> Thanks for your pointers, you were quite right. I had actually to
> unscrew the top panel from the machine (The base of the cup warmer)
> and the tiny toggle switch was hidden away under there.
>
> Cheers,
> Danny....
>




 
Date: 05 Apr 2007 04:03:18
From: Paul Pratt
Subject: Re: How to program a San Marino Coffee Machine
On Apr 5, 12:59 pm, "Daniel.Pea...@gmail.com"
<Daniel.Pea...@gmail.com > wrote:
> On Apr 4, 12:12 am, "daveb" <davebobbl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Apr 1, 9:21 pm, "Daniel.Pea...@gmail.com" <Daniel.Pea...@gmail.com>
> > wrote:
>
> > > Hi All,
>
> > > I have just picked up a second hand San Marino coffee machine at a
> > > local auction. I'm not sure about the model and it came with no
> > > instructions. It's one of the big comercial types with chrome and
> > > copper finish and it looks great now I've cleaned it up.
>
> > > There is a little keypad with five buttons on it. 4 different cup
> > > combinations and one that says Prog/Stop. Can anyone explain to me how
> > > to programme these little buttons please? At the mo' I'm just turning
> > > it on and off to get the right amount but I would like to be able to
> > > do it properly.
>
> > > Thanks in advance for any help offered.
> > > Danny....
>
> > Experiment with different keystroke sequences, you can do no harm.
>
> > a guess: press prog. then hold down the 2 shot button for the length
> > of shot needed,
> > release to cut off then press prog.
>
> > DAve
>
> > saeco / gaggia service SE
>
> Hi Dave,
>
> I've tried lots of combinations of keys but not the one you suggested.
> I tried it last night when i got home from work but I didn't have any
> luck. The Prog/Stop button has a small red light on it and I assume
> that it will illuminate when I manage to get it into programme mode.
>
> Cheers,
> Danny- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

There may be a small toggle switch hidden away somewhere, only when
that is flipped can you access the program mode. Have a hunt around,
it is a tiny toggle switch and usually hidden near the steam valves,
you will have to bend down and look around near the group and the
valves.

On CMA machines you flip the toggle and then you are able to press and
hold the Prog/Stop button for a few secs until the led's flash. Start
and stop the button you want to prgram. If it's multiple groups the
right one copies to the left. Flip back the toggle switch after
programming.

Paul






  
Date: 12 Apr 2007 23:14:27
From: Brent
Subject: Re: How to program a San Marino Coffee Machine
or inside the machine - my wega has it under the top tray. the only label
says "on" which is where it stays permanently.

the usual sequence from memory is when it is in "program mode" push the prog
buttun, and the light goes on, press the button you are wanting to set and
when you want it to stop press the prog button and it's done...

Brent

>
>> > wrote:
>>
>> > > Hi All,
>>
>> > > I have just picked up a second hand San Marino coffee machine at a
>> > > local auction. I'm not sure about the model and it came with no
>> > > instructions. It's one of the big comercial types with chrome and
>> > > copper finish and it looks great now I've cleaned it up.
>>
>> > > There is a little keypad with five buttons on it. 4 different cup
>> > > combinations and one that says Prog/Stop. Can anyone explain to me
>> > > how
>> > > to programme these little buttons please? At the mo' I'm just turning
>> > > it on and off to get the right amount but I would like to be able to
>> > > do it properly.
>>
>> > > Thanks in advance for any help offered.
>> > > Danny....
>>
>> > Experiment with different keystroke sequences, you can do no harm.
>>
>> > a guess: press prog. then hold down the 2 shot button for the length
>> > of shot needed,
>> > release to cut off then press prog.
>>
>> > DAve
>>
>> > saeco / gaggia service SE
>>
>> Hi Dave,
>>
>> I've tried lots of combinations of keys but not the one you suggested.
>> I tried it last night when i got home from work but I didn't have any
>> luck. The Prog/Stop button has a small red light on it and I assume
>> that it will illuminate when I manage to get it into programme mode.
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Danny- Hide quoted text -
>>
>> - Show quoted text -
>
> There may be a small toggle switch hidden away somewhere, only when
> that is flipped can you access the program mode. Have a hunt around,
> it is a tiny toggle switch and usually hidden near the steam valves,
> you will have to bend down and look around near the group and the
> valves.
>
> On CMA machines you flip the toggle and then you are able to press and
> hold the Prog/Stop button for a few secs until the led's flash. Start
> and stop the button you want to prgram. If it's multiple groups the
> right one copies to the left. Flip back the toggle switch after
> programming.
>
> Paul
>
>
>
>




 
Date: 04 Apr 2007 21:59:39
From: Daniel.Peaper@gmail.com
Subject: Re: How to program a San Marino Coffee Machine
On Apr 4, 12:12 am, "daveb" <davebobbl...@gmail.com > wrote:
> On Apr 1, 9:21 pm, "Daniel.Pea...@gmail.com" <Daniel.Pea...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
> > Hi All,
>
> > I have just picked up a second hand San Marino coffee machine at a
> > local auction. I'm not sure about the model and it came with no
> > instructions. It's one of the big comercial types with chrome and
> > copper finish and it looks great now I've cleaned it up.
>
> > There is a little keypad with five buttons on it. 4 different cup
> > combinations and one that says Prog/Stop. Can anyone explain to me how
> > to programme these little buttons please? At the mo' I'm just turning
> > it on and off to get the right amount but I would like to be able to
> > do it properly.
>
> > Thanks in advance for any help offered.
> > Danny....
>
> Experiment with different keystroke sequences, you can do no harm.
>
> a guess: press prog. then hold down the 2 shot button for the length
> of shot needed,
> release to cut off then press prog.
>
> DAve
>
> saeco / gaggia service SE

Hi Dave,

I've tried lots of combinations of keys but not the one you suggested.
I tried it last night when i got home from work but I didn't have any
luck. The Prog/Stop button has a small red light on it and I assume
that it will illuminate when I manage to get it into programme mode.

Cheers,
Danny



 
Date: 03 Apr 2007 07:12:13
From: daveb
Subject: Re: How to program a San Marino Coffee Machine
On Apr 1, 9:21 pm, "Daniel.Pea...@gmail.com" <Daniel.Pea...@gmail.com >
wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> I have just picked up a second hand San Marino coffee machine at a
> local auction. I'm not sure about the model and it came with no
> instructions. It's one of the big comercial types with chrome and
> copper finish and it looks great now I've cleaned it up.
>
> There is a little keypad with five buttons on it. 4 different cup
> combinations and one that says Prog/Stop. Can anyone explain to me how
> to programme these little buttons please? At the mo' I'm just turning
> it on and off to get the right amount but I would like to be able to
> do it properly.
>
> Thanks in advance for any help offered.
> Danny....

Experiment with different keystroke sequences, you can do no harm.

a guess: press prog. then hold down the 2 shot button for the length
of shot needed,
release to cut off then press prog.

DAve

saeco / gaggia service SE