It is very important to regularly clean out the milk frother
attachment for hygiene purposes and also to prevent mechanical
At regular intervals throughout the day place the
milk tube in a glass of water, turn on the milk frother and
flush water through the attachment until it runs clear.
At the end of each day flush your milk frother
with the Cafetto milk frother sanitizing cleaner. (Follow
instructions on back of the bottle.)
Make up solution with 20ml of Milk Frother
Sanitizing Cleaner in 300ml of warm water.
Insert milk frother suction tube into solution and
run for 2 cleaning/flush cycles. Press the automatic milk
Remove tube from solution and place in container
of clean water. Run for 2 flush cycles.
You can also remove the Milk frother attachment
and clean with Hot Water.
MILK FROTHER - TROUBLE SHOOTING
Nine times out of ten you can solve any issue with the automatic
Milk Frother yourself by following the steps below.
If the milk frother is not sucking milk up but is creating
steam, check the following:
The plastic pin is still intact
As in Picture on right, wire placed up into
assembly to clear hole of milk residue.
The milk frothing unit has been assembled
The lid of the unit has been firmly secured and
the black seal has not been jammed.
The indentation on the lid of the unit is around
the milk pin and the hose clip is facing forward.
The milk frothing unit is pushed into the machine,
as far as it will go.
The white rod sticking out the side of the machine
is screwed on tightly. (There should also be 2 black o-rings on
the white rod)
The Milk frothing Unit is pushed completely on to
the white Rod.
The milk frothing unit and tube are completely
clean, including clearing out the air hole with the metal pin
provided (see picture in cleaning instructions).
If none of the above suggestions work, contact
us. If you hear hissing coming from inside the machine or
puddles are forming under the machine,
contact us ASAP on 0800 377 737.