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How to Clean the KitchenAid Espresso Machine

Cleaning the KitchenAid Espresso Machine

For best results, regularly clean the Espresso Machine and accessories.

IMPORTANT: Unplug the Espresso Machine before cleaning. Allow the Espresso Machine and accessories to cool down.

NOTE: Do not use abrasive cleaners or scouring pads when cleaning the Espresso Machine, parts, or accessories. Do not immerse the Espresso Machine or cord in water or other liquids. 

  1. When the Drip Tray indicator rises and becomes visible above the Drip Tray Plate's surface, empty the Drip Tray and rinse with warm water.

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  1. Wipe the Espresso Machine housing and Group Head with a clean, soft, damp cloth.

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  1. Wash the Drip Tray, Portafilter, Filter baskets, Milk pitcher, and Drip Tray Plate in warm, soapy water and rinse with clean water. Dry with a soft cloth.

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  1. Clean the Steam Wand after every use. Toggle the Mode button to select Water. Position the Steam Wand over Drip Tray or into a cup. Press the playstop button_semiautomatic espresso.JPG button, wait
    3 to 5 seconds.  
    Press the playstop button_semiautomatic espresso.JPG button to stop. Wipe down Steam Wand exterior with a soft, damp cloth. 

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NOTE: To remove the Steam Wand, press the Steam Wand Release Button.

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