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    levercrema
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    San Marino auto programming

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    Hi, hoping someone can help. Just obtained a three group San Marino auto and dont know how to program the buttons. Can anyone help please.

    Thanks,
    Don

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    Re: San Marino auto programming

    Depends on the model but from memory there is a small toggle or "flick switch" somewhere in a spot where it cant be easily seen (ie not obvious & not on the front panel). When you flick it "on" it will allow you to enter programming mode. (very possibly under the front top panel).

    Thats if its "electronic". The "later" "auto timer" models also had a touch pad so they looked similar to an electronic touch pad model but the system for that was different..it escapes me at the moment but I think you turned a kind of adjustable thingamajigger that stuck out of the touch pad.

    I did say... "from memory" *;) !

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    Re: San Marino auto programming

    i have a manual for them (and had one that had the old school timer with a "pot" you turned on the front)

    it has in the manual that there is a toggle switch on the front right inside and above the steam wand RHS.

    it also explains the procedure

    if you PM me your email address i will send you the manual....
    it is in *10 separate pdfs but :)


    Leeham

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    levercrema
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    Re: San Marino auto programming

    Quote Originally Posted by 003423352E19052920202323460 link=1263353282/1#1 date=1263359208
    Depends on the model but from memory there is a small toggle or "flick switch" somewhere in a spot where it cant be easily seen (ie not obvious & not on the front panel). When you flick it "on" it will allow you to enter programming mode. (very possibly under the front top panel).

    Thats if its "electronic". The "later" "auto timer" models also had a touch pad so they looked similar to an electronic touch pad model but the system for that was different..it escapes me at the moment but I think you turned a kind of adjustable thingamajigger that stuck out of the touch pad.

    I did say... "from memory" *;) !

    Regardz,
    Attilio
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    Thanks Attilio, you are a life saver ;D. It is indeed the electronic model and Ive found the small toggle switch you mention - hidden up under the front panel. Now for a fiddle with the programs :D.

    Thanks again,
    Don

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    Re: San Marino auto programming

    it also says that some models do nto have the toggle and holding the "program" button in till the lights flash

    and some models have a key you insert......

    I had a laugh lots of options :D

    if it still does nto work it might be a flow meter issue as one of my machines had that problem and it was not the programing

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    Re: San Marino auto programming

    glad to help DrDregs

    Regardz,
    Attilio

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    Re: San Marino auto programming

    Thankyou to Attilio and Maheel for the advice.

    The monster is now working and sitting happily on the back deck dispensing the odd espresso - connected to the garden hose and only one element cos if I plug both in I fear 6000watts and 20amps will probly send the house into orbit. With me sitting in a crater holding a smoking group handle.

    Not allowed to bring it inside cos its bigger than the whole kitchen :(.

    Thanks again,
    Don



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