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How to Use the Saeco Philips Aqua Water Filter

How to Use the Saeco Philips Aqua Water Filter
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Please follow these steps to get the most out of your Saeco Philips Aqua Water Filter.

Using an AquaClean filter for the first time with your Saeco espresso machine Preparing and installing

Step 1
During first time use your Saeco espresso machine will ask you if you want to activate the AquaClean filter. Activation will only take 2 minutes. Confirm with 'OK' to start. If you want to install the filter later on, select 'AquaClean' via the machine menu to start the activation.
 
Step 2
Remove the filter from the packaging and shake the filter for 5 seconds.
 
Step 3
Immerse the AquaClean filter upside down in a jug with cold water and wait until no more air bubbles emerge. Remove the water tank from the machine and empty it.
 
Step 4
Insert the AquaClean filter vertically onto the filter connection of the empty water tank. Push the AquaClean filter to the lowest possible point. To guarantee the best performance, ensure the filter fits tightly and the seal is in the right position.
 
Step 5
Fill the water tank with fresh water up to the 'Max' level indication and replace it in the machine.
 
Step 6
Insert the hot water dispensing spout into the machine and place a container under the hot water spout.
 
Step 7
Confirm the placement of the hot water spout and container. The machine begins dispensing water. The display will show a tick to confirm the activation is finished.
 
Step 8
After correct installation, the 'AquaClean 100%' icon will be visible in the display.
 
 



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