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Breville is a registered trademark of Breville Pty. Ltd.

ABN 98 000 092 928

Breville Customer Service Centre

Australian Customers

Breville Customer Service Centre Locked Bag 2000

Botany NSW 2019 AUSTRALIA

Customer Service: 1300 139 798

Fax (02) 9384 9601

Email Customer Service askus@breville.com.au

New Zealand Customers

Breville Customer Service Centre Private Bag 94411

Greenmount

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND

Customer Service: 09 271 3980

Fax 0800 288 513

Email Customer Service askus@breville.com.au

 

 

 

© Copyright. Breville Pty. Ltd. 2003

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RECYCLED PAPER

 

 

 

 

Due to continual improvements in design or otherwise,

Model ESP6/8

 

 

 

 

the product you purchase may differ slightly from

 

 

 

 

the one illustrated in this booklet.

Issue 1/03

 

 

 

 

 

CafeRoma

Espresso/Cappuccino Machine

ESP8

 

ESP6

 

 

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

Model ESP6/8

CONTENTS

Page

Breville Recommends Safety First

4

Know Your Breville Espresso/Cappuccino Machine

5

Operating Your Breville Espresso/Cappuccino Machine

6

Coffee Making Tips

10

Care and Cleaning

11

Trouble Shooting Chart

13

Drinks to Try

14

Authorised Breville Service Centres

15

CafeRoma

Congratulations

on your purchase of your new Breville Espresso/Cappuccino Machine

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BREVILLE RECOMMENDS SAFETY FIRST

We at Breville are very safety conscious. We design and manufacture consumer products with the safety of you, our valued customer foremost in mind. In addition, we ask that you exercise a degree of care when using any electrical appliance and adhere to the following precautions:

READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE OPERATING AND SAVE FOR

FUTURE REFERENCE.

This appliance is for household use only.

Do not use this appliance for other than its intended use. Do not use outdoors.

The appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision.

Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.

Do not leave the appliance unattended when in use.

Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles.

Always use the appliance on a dry, level surface.

Do not place this appliance on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or where it could touch a heated oven.

Do not let the cord hang over the edge of a table or counter, touch hot surfaces or become knotted.

Do not immerse cord, plug or appliance in water or any other liquid.

Always switch the appliance to ‘OFF’, switch the power off at the power outlet and then remove the plug when the appliance is not being used and

before cleaning.

Regularly inspect the supply cord, plug and actual appliance for any damage.

If found damaged in any way, immediately cease use of the appliance and return the entire unit to your nearest authorised Breville Service Centre for examination, replacment or repair.

Any maintenance other than cleaning should be performed at an authorised Breville Service Centre.

The installation of a residual current device (safety switch) is recommended to provide additional safety protection when using electrical appliances. It is advisable that a safety switch with a rated residual operating current not exceeding 30mA be installed in the electrical circuit supplying the appliance. See your electrician for professional advice.

SPECIAL SAFETY

INSTRUCTIONS

Only use cold water in the water tank. Do not use any other liquid.

Never use the machine without water in it.

Ensure the filter holder is firmly secured when using the machine.

Never remove the filter holder during the brewing operation as the machine is under pressure.

KNOW YOUR BREVILLE ESPRESSO/CAPPUCCINO MACHINE

Power on/off switch

‘Power On’ light (red)

illuminates when the machine is turned on

15 bar Thermoblock

pump system

Selector Control for

Espresso and Steam

Filter holder

2 stainless steel filters

(1 cup filter and 2 cup filter)

Removable 1.2 litre

water tank

Cup warming plate

‘Heating’ light (orange)

illuminates to indicate that the machine is heating and will turn off when the correct temperature has been reached. This light will cycle on and off during operation to indicate the machine is monitoring the correct temperature.

External water window

Steam wand with

froth enhancer

Steam baffle

Removable drip tray

Combined measuring

Water level indicator

and grid

spoon and coffee press

 

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5

OPERATING YOUR ESPRESSO/CAPPUCCINO MACHINE

BEFORE USING YOUR

ESPRESSO MACHINE

Wash the filter holder and the stainless

filters in mild detergent and water.

Rinse thoroughly.

FILLING THE WATER TANK

Ensure the Power switch and Selector Control are set to the ‘OFF’ position.

Turn off at the power outlet and unplug the power cord.

Lift up the water tank lid and remove the water tank. Fill with cold water to the maximum mark and replace in the machine, pressing down firmly so that the water valve opens. Close the water tank lid.

PRE-HEATINGTHE MACHINE

For optimal crema, it is recommended to carry out a complete brewing operation with water but without any coffee grinds before making your first coffee to ensure that the machine has been preheated.

Make sure the selector control is in the ‘OFF’ position.

Plug the power cord into a 230/240V electrical outlet, switch on and set the power switch to the ‘ON’ position.

As soon as the orange ‘heating’ light turns off, set the selector control to the ‘ESPRESSO’ position and run a small amount of water through the brewing head for a few seconds without the filter holder in place.

PRE-WARMINGCUPS

For optimal coffee temperature, pre-warmthe espresso cups by placing them on the cup warming plate.

The water tank should be filled with fresh cold water before use

Check water level before use and replace the water daily

Do not use mineral or distilled water

OPERATING cont’d

PREPARING THE COFFEE

Place the 1 or 2 cup filter into the filter holder and fill with espresso coffee (use the smaller filter for 1 cup and the larger filter for 2 cups).

Use 1 level measure of espresso coffee for the 1 cup filter and 2 level measures for the 2 cup filter. It is important to use the correct amount of coffee as the filter perforations have been constructed for optimal pressure build up in the machine.

Distribute the coffee evenly and press it lightly with the bottom of the measuring spoon (if there is too much coffee, the flow of water can become blocked).

Clean any excess coffee from the rim of the filter holder to ensure a proper fit under the brew head.

Place the filter retainer clip in the release position, by pulling the clip back towards your hand.

Place the filter holder underneath the brew head so that the handle is positioned to the left of centre. Lift the filter holder until it contacts the brew head and rotate to the right.

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OPERATING cont’d

BREWING COFFEE

Make sure the selector control is in the ‘OFF’ position.

Plug the power cord into a 230/240V electrical outlet, switch on and set the power switch to the ‘ON’ position.

As soon as the orange ‘heating’ light turns off, the machine is heated up.

Make sure the drip tray is in place.

Place one or two pre-heatedcups beneath the filter holder.

Set the selector control to the ‘Espresso’ position.

After a few seconds, aromatic coffee will begin to run through.

When sufficient coffee has flowed into the cups, set the selector control to the ‘OFF’ position. This will stop the flow of coffee.

If you do not need to use the steam function, set the power switch to the ‘OFF’ position, unplug the power cord and allow the machine to cool.

Remove the filter holder from the brew head and using the filter retainer clip to secure the filter in the filter holder, turn the filter holder upside down to empty the used coffee (used coffee grounds should be thrown away with domestic waste and not down the sink which may block drains). Rinse the filter and filter holder with water and allow to dry.

The machine remains ready for brewing and maintains a constant heating temperature as long as the Power switch is left in the ‘ON’ position. If the temperature should drop, the orange control light will illuminate and the heater will automatically heat up to the correct brewing temperature.

HOW TO FROTH MILK FOR A CAPPUCCINO OR LATTE

The Breville Café Roma comes complete with a frothing attachment for easier frothing of milk. The first step in making a cappuccino/latte is to make a short espresso (see "Brewing Coffee"). Then:

Fill the stainless steel frothing jug 13 full with cold milk.

As soon as the orange ‘heating’ light turns off, plunge the steam wand into jug of milk so that the main head of the froth enhancer is immersed into the milk.

THE METAL PARTS OF THE FILTER HOLDER MIGHT STILL BE VERY HOT. COOL DOWN THESE PARTS BY RUNNING UNDER COLD WATER.

MAKE SURE YOU USE THE FILTER RETAINER CLIP WHEN DISCARDING

8THE COFFEE GROUNDS.

OPERATING cont’d

Set the selector control to the ‘STEAM’ position.

Gently move the frothing jug in a circular motion around the froth enhancer.

When the milk has begun to increase in volume, immerse the froth enhancer deeper into the milk to further heat the milk.

Place your hand on the bottom of the stainless frothing jug. When the jug becomes too hot to touch, set the selector control to the ‘OFF’ position to stop the steaming function before removing the jug. This will ensure that you don’t burn the milk.

Add the steamed milk to each cup of freshly brewed espresso coffee and spoon on the frothed milk in the following ratios:

Cappuccino - 13 espresso,13 steamed milk,

13 frothed milk

Latte -

13 espresso topped with

 

steamed milk and about 10cm

 

of frothed milk (traditionally

 

served in a glass)

Always ensure that the frothing attachment has been firmly pushed onto the steam wand

For best results use fresh cold milk (lite milk will froth easier)

Always clean the steam wand and froth enhancer after every use (refer to care and cleaning)

If brewing more coffee straight after using the steam function, set the selector control to the ‘ESPRESSO’ position to run a small amount of water through the brewing head for a few seconds without the filter holder in place. This will prepare the system for optimal brewing temperature

LIQUID SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO RUN OVER THE TOP OF THE FROTH

 

ENHANCER, OTHERWISE IT WILL NOT FUNCTION.

 

TO AVOID SPLATTERING OF HOT MILK, DO NOT LIFT THE STEAM NOZZLE

 

ABOVE THE SURFACE OF THE MILK WHILE FROTHING.

 

ENSURE THE SELECTOR CONTROL IS IN THE ‘OFF’ POSITION BEFORE

 

REMOVING THE FROTHING JUG.

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COFFEE MAKING TIPS

TIPS ON MAKING THE PERFECT ESPRESSO

Don’t just rely on your coffee maker to do all the work. Making a good cup of coffee is an art.

WATER FLOW

If you’re making an espresso, make sure the water flows through the coffee filter at the correct rate. If it’s too slow, the coffee will be over-extracted- too dark and bitter, with a mottled and uneven crema on top. If it flows too quickly, the coffee will beunder-extracted- the proper flavour won’t have had time to develop. You can adjust the water flow by tamping (pressing down) the coffee firmly or by changing the grind of the coffee.

THE COFFEE

Pre-groundcoffee will only retain its flavour for 1 week, provided it is stored in an air tight container, in a cool, dark area. Whole coffee beans are recommended and should be ground just before use. Coffee beans stored in an airtight container will keep up to 1 month before they begin to lose their flavour. Do not store in a refrigerator freezer.

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THE GRIND

If using pre-groundcoffee, ensure you purchase an espresso grind for espresso/cappuccino machines.

If grinding your own beans the coffee must be ground fine, but not too fine. It can effect the taste and the rate the water flows through it.

If the grind is too fine, the water will not flow through the coffee even under pressure (this grind looks like powder and feels like flour when rubbed between fingers).

If the grind is too coarse, the water flows through the coffee too fast, preventing a full flavoured extraction.

CARE AND CLEANING

Before cleaning, ensure the Selector Control is in the ‘OFF’ position. Switch off at the power outlet, then unplug the power cord and allow the unit to cool.

CLEANING THE STEAM WAND AND FROTH ENHANCER

The steam wand and froth enhancer should always be cleaned after frothing milk.

Remove the froth enhancer and rinse under warm tap water.

CLEANING THE FILTERS, FILTER HOLDER AND BREWING HEAD

Directly after use, remove used coffee grounds and rinse the stainless filters and filter holder under running water. Should the fine holes in the filters become blocked, then a normal dishwashing brush should be used (do not use a brush with metal bristles).

The brewing head should be wiped with a damp cloth to remove any old espresso grounds.

It is advisable to periodically run water through the unit with the filter in place but without any coffee to clean out any old coffee grounds.

Wipe the steam wand with a damp cloth.

Briefly set the selector control to the ‘STEAM’ position to clear any remaining milk from the steam wand.

If the steam wand becomes blocked, wait for the machine to cool before using a needle or paperclip to unblock the opening.

CLEANING THE HOUSING / CUP WARMING TRAY

The outer housing can be cleaned with a soft, damp cloth (do not use abrasive agents or cloths which can scratch the surfaces).

DO NOT IMMERSE ANY PART OF YOUR BREVILLE

ESPRESSO/CAPPUCCINO MACHINE IN WATER OR ANY OTHER LIQUID.

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CARE AND CLEANING cont’d

CLEANING THE DRIP TRAY

The drip tray should be removed, emptied and cleaned at regular intervals, particularly when the water level indicator is exposed indicating the drip tray is full.

Remove the grid, steam baffle and water level indicator from the drip tray, wash all 4 parts with water and non-abrasivewashing liquid before rinsing and drying.

Do not place any of the components in the dishwasher.

DECALCIFYING

After regular use, hard water can cause limestone build up in and on many of the inner functioning components, reducing the brewing flow, power of the machine, and affecting the quality of coffee.

 

We advise decalcifying the machine on a

 

regular basis (every 2-3months) using a liquid

 

decalcifying agent. Follow the instructions

 

provided, or use the following as a guide:

 

Diluted solution (for softer water)

 

1 part decalcifying agent

 

2 parts cold tap water

 

 

Concentrated solution (for harder water)

 

1 part decalcifying agent

 

1 part cold tap water

 

THE WATER TANK SHOULD

 

NEVER BE REMOVED OR

 

COMPLETELY EMPTIED

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DURING DECALCIFYING.

 

 

DECALCIFYING THE MACHINE

Make sure the selector control is in the ‘OFF’ position and that the plug is disconnected from the power outlet.

Remove the filter holder and pour in the decalcifying solution into the water tank.

Plug the machine into the power outlet and turn on.

Set power switch to the ‘ON’ position and the selector control to the ‘OFF’ position

Place a large container under both the water outlet and the steam wand.

As soon as the brewing temperature is reached the orange ‘temperature’ light will switch off. Set the selector control to the ‘ESPRESSO’ position and let half the decalcifying solution run through the brewing head.

Turn the selector control to the ‘STEAM’ position and let the remaining solution run through the steam wand. When the solution has run through, set the selector control back to the ‘OFF’ position.

After decalcifying, rinse the water tank thoroughly and re-fillwith fresh cold water. To rinse the machine, run half the water through the brewing head and half through the steam wand.

The machine is ready for use.

• The stainless steel filters should not come in contact with any decalcifying agents

Do not use powdered decalcifying agents

TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART

PROBLEM

POSSIBLE CAUSES

Coffee does not run through

*

Machine is not turned on or plugged in

 

*

Water tank is empty

 

*

Selector control not in ‘Espresso’ position

 

*

Coffee grind is too fine

 

*

Too much coffee in the filter

 

*

The filter is blocked (see Care and Cleaning)

 

 

 

Coffee runs out too quickly

*

Coffee grind is too coarse.

 

*

Not enough coffee in the filter

 

 

 

Coffee runs too slowly

*

The water tank is empty or low

 

*

Coffee grind is too fine

 

*

Machine is blocked by scale build up

 

 

(see Care and Cleaning)

 

 

 

Coffee runs out around the

*

Filter holder is not inserted in the brew head properly

edge of the filter holder

*

There are coffee grounds around the filter rim

 

*

Too much coffee in the filter

 

*

Coffee has been tamped too tightly

 

 

 

The machine is too loud

*

Water tank is empty

 

*

Water tank is not securely in place

 

 

 

Coffee is too weak or watery

*

Coffee grind is not fine enough

 

 

(use coffee ground for espresso machines)

 

 

 

Coffee is too cold

*

Machine not preheated

 

*

Cups not preheated

 

*

Milk not heated enough (if making a cappuccino or latte)

 

 

 

No crema

*

Coffee is not tamped (pressed) firmly enough

 

*

Coffee grind is too coarse

 

*

Coffee is not fresh

 

 

 

No steam is generated

*

Machine is not turned on

 

*

Water tank is empty

 

*

Selector control not in ‘Steam’ position

 

*

Steam wand is blocked (see Care and Cleaning)

 

 

Milk is not foamy after frothing

* Not enough steam

 

*

Milk is not fresh and cold

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DRINKS TO TRY

CAPPUCCINO

A cappuccino is very light and almost luke warm. This has one-thirdespresso, onethird milk andone-thirdfoam. It is traditionally drunk before noon.

ESPRESSO

Intense and aromatic, an espresso or short black as it’s also known uses about 7g of ground coffee. It is served in a small cup or glass to a level of approximately 35mm.

CAFFE LATTÉ

Served in a glass, a caffe latté consists of one-thirdespresso, topped with steamed milk and about 10mm of foam.

MACCHIATO

Traditionally served short, the macchiato is also poured as a long black with a dash of milk or a dollop of foam.

LONG BLACK

A long black is generally served with a double shot of espresso.

RISTRETTO

Meaning restricted, a ristretto is an extremely short espresso of approximately 15mm, distinguished by its intense flavour

and aftertaste.

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AUTHORISED BREVILLE SERVICE CENTRES

For help on operating your Espresso/Cappuccino Machine or service inquiries, please call or email;

Australia

phone: 1300 139 798

 

email: askus@breville.com.au

New Zealand

phone: 0800 273 845

 

email: askus@breville.com.au

NEW SOUTH WALES

ASHFIELD

Ashfield Appliance, 126 Parramatta Rd, 2131

02 9798 5590

 

CAMPBELLTOWN

Lead In Appliance Repair, 1/143 Queen St, 2560

02 4626 7053

 

MIRANDA

Maxwell Services, 109 Miranda Rd, 2228

02 9524 0308

 

NTH PARRAMATTA

O’Brien Electrical Appliance Servi7 Ferris St, 2151

02 9630 8288

 

PENRITH

Young Appliances, Shop 10, 98/112 Henry St, 2751

02 4732 3593

 

PENSHURST

Masis Electronics, 17 Penshurst St, 2222

02 9580 2288

 

REDFERN

Breville Shop, 180 Redfern St, 2016

02 9318 2370

 

 

(depot only)

 

 

ST IVES

Don House Electronics, 169 Mona Vale Rd, 2075

02 9449 7053

 

SYDNEY

Electric Razor Centre, Shop 39 Gallery Level

 

 

(depot only)

Imperial Arcade, 2000

02 9221 4202

 

ULTIMO

Breville Shop, 46 Wattle St, 2007

02 9660 8217

 

 

(depot only)

 

 

WOOLLAHRA

B.J. Appliance Repairs, 240 Oxford St, 2025

02 9389 7897

 

ALBURY

Mid-StateSmall Appl. Sales & Serv435 Dean St, 2640

02 6021 7410

 

BATHURST

Serv-UAppliance Centre, 107 George St, 2795

02 6331 1356

 

BATEMANS BAY

Bryans Appliance Service, Lot 42 Kylie Crescent, 2536

02 4472 4981

 

CARDIFF

Dadnj Electronics, 10 Nelson Rd, 2285

02 4956 6255

 

CESSNOCK

Coalfield Home Appliances, 150 Vincent St, 2325

02 4990 6757

 

DUBBO

Kay’s Electrical Sales/Service, 12 Young St, 2830

02 6882 4183

 

GOSFORD

Gerrys Electrical Appliance, 225 Albany North St, 2250

02 4324 1499

 

GRAFTON

Repairs & Spares, 140 Fitzroy St, 2460

02 6642 1911

 

GRIFFITH

Lukes Appliance Service, 144 Banna Ave, 2680

02 6962 7611

 

INVERELL

Wilks Electrical, 126 Otho St, 2360

02 67221 1981

 

KIAMA

Lous Appliance Service, 2/66 Manning St, 2533

02 4232 3525

 

LISMORE

P.F. Thearle & Co, 105 Woodlark St, 2480

02 6621 4443

 

LISMORE

Lismore Appliance Repairs, 72 Keen St, 2480

02 6621 8432

 

MAYFIELD

E & L Appliance, 15/286 Maitland Rd, 2304

02 4967 5839

 

LAMBTON

New Lambton Electric Motors, 7 Norah Rd, 2299

02 4956 1855

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NOWRA

Ewing Electrical, Cnr Plunkett St & Haigh Ave, 2541

02 4421 8412

 

 

 

 

AUTHORISED BREVILLE SERVICE CENTRES cont’d

ORANGE

Orange Electrical Works, Factory 4, Barrett Court, 2800

02 6362 2733

PARKES

Wilson’s Service Centre, 98 Clarinda St, 2870

02 6862 6261

PT MACQUARIE

Bellbowrie Appliance Service Centre

 

 

Unit 24 Bellbowrie Park, 2444

02 6584 3838

SAWTELL

Reg Wooderson Appliances, 3/36 Hulberts Rd, 2452

02 6653 3581

STH TWEED HEADS

Twin Towns Appl. Repairs, 2A/18 Machinery Dr., 2486

07 5524 4304

TAMWORTH

Appliance Care, Shop 5 127 Bridge St, 2340

02 6765 2865

TAREE

Emerton’s Home Appliance, 35 Manning St, 2430

02 6552 3444

WAGGA WAGGA

K J Warden & Co, 6 Edison Rd, 2650

02 6922 8600

WAGGA WAGGA

Millers Appliance, Kincaid St, 2650

02 6921 2628

WOLLONGONG

Illawarra Appliance Repairs, Shop 6, Slater Bldg,

 

 

Burrelli & Church St, 2502

02 4226 4622

YASS

Peter O’Brien, 98 Comur St, 2582

02 6226 1555

VICTORIA

 

ASHBURTON

J & T Electrical Appl Service, 254 High St, 3147

03 9885 1878

 

BOX HILL

Home Spares, 1029 Whitehorse Rd, 3128

03 9899 0587

 

FITZROY

Breville, 427 Smith St, 3065

03 9417 7126

 

(depot only)

 

 

 

FOREST HILL

Mitcham Appliance Spares/Repairs

 

 

 

336 Springvale Rd, 3131

03 9878 2881

 

FRANKSTON

Layzells Radio Electric

 

 

(depot only)

439 Nepean Hwy, 3199

03 9783 2366

 

HUNTING DALE

Breville, 44 Stafford St, 3166

03 9543 8199

 

(depot only)

 

 

 

LILYDALE

Ozap Appliance Parts, U8/Protea Estate

 

 

 

91/99 Beresford Rd, 3140

03 9735 5366

 

MONTMORENCY

Swann’s Small Appliance Repair, 25 Were St, 3094

03 9432 9800

 

WEST BRUNSWICK

J Kinnear Electrical Appliance Rep2 Grantham St, 3056

03 9387 9531

 

BAIRNSDALE

J.F. Porter, 132 Main St, 3875

03 5152 4540

 

BALLARAT

John Thomas & Co, 4 Dawson St, 3350

03 5331 3099

 

BENDIGO

Sumner Electrical, 66 Garsed St, 3550

03 5443 1977

 

COROROOKE

THC Service Centre, 575 Main Rd, 3254

03 5233 1400

 

DROUIN

Maurie & Barbara Collins TV Repairs, 8 Acacia St, 3818

03 5625 1828

 

 

ECHUCA

Roy Vincent, 174 Annesley St, 3564

03 5482 1966

 

GEELONG

Julian’s Appliances, 78 Ryrie St, 3220

03 5229 1971

 

LEONGATHA

Soundwave Electronics, 33 McCartin St, 3953

03 5662 3665

 

MILDURA

A G & J A Hartlett, 96A 8th St, 3500

03 5023 5661

 

MORWELL

Websters Appliance Service Centre Shop 2 Lot 5

 

 

 

Vestan Dr., 3840

03 5134 1387

 

NHILL

WL & RM Day, 40 Victoria St, 3418

03 5391 1021

 

REDCLIFFS

Begg & Vallance Electrical, 39 Jacaranda St, 3496

03 5024 1591

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SHEPPARTON/MOOROOPNA

J & J Alford Appliance Service, 69 McLennan St, 3631

03 5825 3140

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AUTHORISED BREVILLE SERVICE CENTRES cont’d

SWAN HILL

Swan Hill Appliance Service, Beveridge St

 

 

Drummond House, 3585

03 5032 3262

WANGARATTA

E & M Cirulis TV & Electrical Serv15A Muntz St, 3677

03 5721 5080

WARRACKNABEAL

Devries Electrics, 57 Scott St, 3393

03 5394 1122

WARRNAMBOOL

Western Electrical, 223 Lava St, 3280

03 5562 5060

WARRNAMBOOL

Leahy’s Electrical Industries, 227 Kroit St, 3280

03 5562 4588

QUEENSLAND

ALBION

Eddie’s Appliance Repairs, 80 Lever St, 4010

07 3256 0090

MT. GRAVATT

Mr. Sparky, Garden City Shoppingtown

 

 

7 Logan Rd, 4122

07 3349 7607

NUNDAH

Nundah Small Appliances, 1217 Sandgate Rd, 4012

07 3266 1867

STRATHPINE

Stark’s Appliance Service, 167 Gympie Rd, 4500

07 3205 1350

TOOWONG

Sparky’s Small Appliance Electrical Repair, 40 High St

07 3871 2300

ATHERTON

McMahon’s Retravision, 23 Mabel St, 4883

07 4091 1788

BUNDABERG

Digger Thiele, 37 Perry St, 4670

07 4152 1522

CAIRNS

Cairns Power Tools, Shop 1/19 Donaldson St, 4870

07 4031 2638

CHINCHILLA

Murray Purves Electrical, 99 Heeney St, 4413

07 4662 7705

GLADSTONE

Turnbulls Electricals, 172 Auckland St, 4680

07 4972 5369

GYMPIE

Ron McClintock Electrical,,62 Mt. Pleasant Rd, 4570

07 5482 7522

MACKAY

Appliance Spares & Repairs, 34 Gregory St, 4740

07 4951 1644

MAROOCHYDORE

Suncoast/Maroochy Appliance Service

 

 

11 Kayleigh Dr., 4558

07 5443 3644

MT. ISA

P.R. Electrical, 31 Arline St, 4825

07 4743 3354

NAMBOUR

Nambour Electrical Service, 60 Price St, 4560

07 5441 1677

NOOSA VILLE

Noosa Universal Electrix, 4 Venture Dr., 4566

07 5449 7133

PALM BEACH

Coastline Electrical Services Ltd

 

 

1092 Gold Coast Hwy, 4221

07 5525 0900

ROCKHAMPTON

Leender’s Electrical, 13 Murray St, 4700

07 4927 2922

SOUTHPORT

Appliance World, 86 Minnie St, 4215

07 5532 7480

TOOWOOMBA

Weeks Electrica, 233 Ruthven St, 4350

07 4638 1033

TOOWOOMBA

Mercer & Luck, 49 Stephen St, 4350

07 4632 8155

TOWNSVILLE STH

Mac’s Electrical, 51 Perkins St, 4810

07 4772 1519

URANGAN

Hervey Bay Home Appliance Repair, 90 Dayman St, 4655

07 4125 3975

WARWICK

Ensbey Electrical, 10 Bisley St, 4370

07 4661 7999

WEST END TOWNSVILLE

Robinson Appl. Service & Spares P/6 Morris St, 4810

07 4771 2131

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AUTHORISED BREVILLE SERVICE CENTRES cont’d

A.C.T.

DICKSON

Premier Instruments, 7 Badham St, 2602

02 6249 1409

FYSHWICK

K J Warden Agencies, 24 Geelong St, 2609

02 6280 5736

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

 

 

ADELAIDE

Adelaide Service Centre, 21 Twin St, 5000

08 8223 1094

MODBURY

Adelaide Service Centre, Shop 8 TeaTree Plus Shop Centre

 

 

Main North East Rd, 5092

08 8396 6311

PARKHOLME

Adelaide Service Centre, 319 Oaklands Rd, 5043

08 8357 5800

WESTLAKES

Adelaide Service Centre, Shop 202

 

 

West Lakes Mall, West Lakes Boulevarde, 5021

08 8353 0655

KINGSCOTE

Island Television Service, Commercial St, 5223

08 8553 2380

MT GAMBIER

Mouldens Home Appliance Centre, 35 Percy St, 5290

08 8725 1244

NARACOORTE

Hillier Regrigeration, 35 Omerod St, 5271

08 8762 2030

PORT AUGUSTA

Ron Hewitt, 9 Willoughby St, 5700

08 8643 6297

WAIKERIE

P Z Electrical, 25 McCoy St, 5330

08 8541 3884

WEST AUSTRALIA

PERTH

Swift Appliances, 74 Stirling St, 6000

08 9328 8233

ALBANY

Albany Electrical Services, 60A Chester Pass Rd, 6330

08 9841 5997

BOULDER

C H Jones Electrical, 14 Burt St, 6432

08 9093 2660

KARDINYA

Elements & Appliance Parts, 5/21 Weatherburn Way, 6163

08 9314 1022

MANDURAH

Multi Phase Electrical, 1/3 Thornborough St, 6210

08 9581 9900

MIDLAND

B & J L Woodcock, 4 Stafford St, 6056

08 9274 5122

NORTHERN TERRITORY

WINNELLIE

Duke Electrical Service, 94 Winnellie Rd, O820

08 8947 0027

TASMANIA

 

 

BURNIE

The Appliance Clinic, 14 North Terrace, 7320

03 6431 6857

KINGSMEADOWS

K T Electronics, 1 Hobart Rd, 7249

03 6344 5665

HOBART

FJ Booth, 14 Patrick St 7001

03 6234 2277

NEW ZEALAND

 

 

BREVILLE N.Z. LTD

Mono Place, Ellerslie, Auckland

09 525 3466

SPARE PARTS

 

0800 253 007

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