DeLonghi DSM700 manual

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    Instruction Manual St and Mixer Accessories Mode D’emploi Accessoires pour mixeur sur socle Acc[...]

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    When using electrical appliances, basic safety pre- cautions should always be followed to reduce the[...]

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    BEFORE YOUR FIRST USE Carefully unpack your accessory and remove all packaging material. For accesso[...]

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    MINI FOOD PROCESSOR AND CHOPPER (Model A938) Know Y our Mini Food Processor and Chopper 1) Base 2) [...]

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    Operating Y our Mini Food Processor and Chopper 1) Put your ingredients into the container (3). Do [...]

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    POT A TO PEELER (Model A934: 5-Quart) ( Model A952: 7-Quart) Know Y our Pot ato Peeler 1) Cover [...]

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    3) Put your potatoes or carrots into the bowl. Use no more than: • 1/2 lb. (Model A934) • 1 lb[...]

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    1) Switch the stand mixer “off” and remove the potato peeler from the unit. 2) Remove the b[...]

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    Assembling Y our Pasta Maker 1) Optional: For easier pasta making, warm the pasta maker p art s in[...]

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    6) The first batch will come out curly; the second batch will be more straight. Note: Y ou can r[...]

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    HIGH-SPEED SLICER / SHREDDER (Model A998) 1) Never put your fingers in the feed tube. IMPORT ANT SA[...]

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    Know Y our High-Speed Slicer / Shredder (con’t) 1) One side slices cheese, potato, carrot, cabba[...]

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    1) Put the food into the feed tube. Note: Do not cut food too small. Pack the feed tube tightly . T[...]

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    FRUIT AND VEGET ABLE STRAINER (Model A9 92 : 5-Quart) (Model A9 30 : 7-Quart) Know Y our Fruit a[...]

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    Operating Y our Fruit and V eget able Strainer (continued) Figure 1 8) Note: If you need to adjust [...]

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    JUICE EXTRACTOR (Model A935) IMPORT ANT SAFEGUARDS For Y our Juice Extractor 1) S tomper 2) Feed T [...]

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    1) Position the bowl onto the stand mixer by aligning the tabs with the grooves in the base (10). 2[...]

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    CITRUS JUICER (Model A995) Operating Y our Citrus Juicer 1) Remove the citrus juicer outlet cover .[...]

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    PROFESSIONAL-QUALITY FOOD GRINDER (Model A950) Care and Cleaning for Y our Citrus Juicer 1) W ash[...]

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    4) Loosely fit the ring nut (2). Assembling Y our Food Grinder Figure 1 1) Fit the scroll (5) insi[...]

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    Operating Y our Food Grinder Figure 3 1) Pull the catch and remove the low-speed outlet cover from t[...]

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    Care and Cleaning for Y our Food Grinder 1) Loosen the ring nut manually or with the spanner and di[...]

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    Assembling Y our Grain Mill 1) Insert the scroll (3) into the grain mill body (2). Add the milling [...]

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    Operating Y our Grain Mill 3) Place the ring nut (7) in position and tighten. Then place the hopper[...]

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    1) Remove the grain mill from the low-speed outlet and dismantle. 2) The metal components can be c[...]

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    1.2-LITER (40-OUNCE) GLASS BLENDER (Model A994) 1) Never fit the base and blade unit to your machin[...]

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    Assembling Y our Blender Know Y our Blender 1) Filler Cap 2) Lid 3) Lid Seal 4) Glass Container 5[...]

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    Processing Dry Ingredients (Ex. chopping nuts, cheese, carrots, p arsley , etc.) 1) Remove the fill[...]

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    Care and Cleaning for Y our Blender 1) Always dismantle the blender from the stand mixer before cle[...]

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    SPLASH GUARD (Model 31227) Allows you to easily add ingredients. Assembling Y our Splash Guard 1) T[...]

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    Care and Cleaning for Y our Splash Guard 1) W ash by hand with warm water and mild deter- gent, and[...]

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    Figure 1 Care and Cleaning for Y our Stainless Steel Bowl 1) Never use a wire brush, steel wool or [...]

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    WHA T DOES THE W AR RANTY COVER? We warrant each appliance to be free from defects in material and[...]

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    Lorsque vous utilisez des appareils électriques, vous devriez toujours respecter des précautions ?[...]

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    10) Éloignez vos doigts des pièces mobiles et des accessoires installés. 1 1) Ne laissez pas l?[...]

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    REMARQUE : Avant d’utiliser un accessoire, branchez le batteur sur socle à une prise fournissant[...]

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    V otre mini robot de cuisine et hachoir 1 2 3 4 Utilisation du mini robot de cuisine et hachoir cont[...]

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    Suggestions pour votre mini robot de cuisine et hachoir : 1) Il vaut mieux préparer les herbes lor[...]

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    V otre éplucheuse de pommes de terre 1 3 1) Installez la plaque rotative (2) dans le bol (3). 2) [...]

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    Suggestions pour l’éplucheuse de pommes de terre: 1) Utilisez des légumes de taille uniforme. 2[...]

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    1) Une pâte trop sèche ou poussée trop rapidement peut endommager votre machine à pâtes. Suive[...]

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    Utilisation de la machine à pâtes 1) Préparez une pâte conformément aux instructions de votre [...]

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    Figure 3 Figure 4 Entretien et nettoyage de la machine à pâtes 1) Éteignez le batteur sur socl[...]

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    1) Ne mettez jamais les doigts dans le tube de remplissage. 2) Ne retirez jamais le couvercle avan[...]

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    V otre trancheuse/déchiqueteuse à grande vitesse Disques de tranchage et de déchiquetage fin et g[...]

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    Utilisation de la trancheuse/déchiqueteuse à grande vitesse 1) Placez l’aliment dans le tube de[...]

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    4) Remarque : Certains aliments, comme les carottes, peuvent tacher le plastique. Pour retirer les[...]

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    Utilisation de la broyeuse pour fruits et légumes T amis grossier : 1) Placez le côté rugueux ve[...]

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    Réglage de la hauteur de la palette 1) Débranchez le batteur sur socle et soulevez la tête du ba[...]

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    1) Poussoir 2) T ube de remplissage 3) Couvercle 4) Pare-pulpe 5) Plaque râpeuse 6) T amis 7) Be[...]

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    Préparation des aliments pour la centrifugeuse 1) Retirez les noyaux (ex. : prunes, pêches et cer[...]

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    PRESSE-AGRUMES (Modèle A995) Utilisez le presse-agrume pour extraire le jus d’agrumes (ex. : oran[...]

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    4) Coupez le fruit en deux moitiés, puis allumez le batteur sur socle à la vitesse 4 et appuyez l[...]

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    V otre broyeuse à aliment s 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 1) Clé 2) Écrou à œillet 3) T rois tamis (fin[...]

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    Utilisation de la broyeuse à aliments 1) T irez la fermeture et retirez le capuchon de l’orifice[...]

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    Entretien et nettoyage de la broyeuse à aliments 1) Desserrez l’écrou à œillet à la main ou [...]

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    Montage du moulin à grains 1) Insérez le rouleau dans le boîtier du moulin à grains. Ajoutez la[...]

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    4) Le montage et le positionnement de votre accessoire sur le batteur sont plus faciles si le régl[...]

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    Entretien et nettoyage du moulin à grains Utilisation du moulin à grains (suite) 4) Si la command[...]

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    4) Utilisez uniquement avec le contenant en verre, le bloc à lames et la base fournis. 5) Ne mél[...]

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    V otre mélangeur 1) Bouchon de remplissage 2) Couvercle 3) Joint d’étanchéité du couvercle 4[...]

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    3) Attendez que chaque morceau soit haché avant de laisser tomber le suivant. 4) Gardez la main s[...]

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    Suggestions pour l’utilisation du mélangeur 1) Pour éviter les fuites, humidifiez la bague d’[...]

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    Figure 1 P ARE-ÉCLABOUSSURE (Modèle 31227) V ous permet d’ajouter facilement des ingrédients. M[...]

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    Entretien et nettoyage du pare-éclaboussures 1) Lavez-le à la main dans de l’eau tiède avec un[...]

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    Entretien et nettoyage du bol en acier inoxydable 1) N’utilisez jamais une brosse métallique, de[...]

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    •• •• •• •• •• Garantie limitée •• •• •• •• •• QU’EST-CE[...]

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    PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT WITH DELONGHI’S EXTENDED SERVICE PLAN For your convenience and protection [...]

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    PROTÉGEZ VOTRE INVESTISSEMENT A VEC LE PROGRAMME DE GARANTIE PROLONGÉE Pour votre tranquillité[...]