Philips Cucina HR1844 manual


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    Intr oduction The appliance has been equipped with a built-in safety lock that prevents it from functioning if the accessories hav e been assembled incorrectly or have not been assemb led at all. Never use the accessories to tur n the appliance on and off! Important ◗ Please read these instructions car efully and look at the illustrations befor e[...]

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    General description A Cord storage B Speed selector with 2 speeds and pulse setting (M) C Quick Clean b utton D Motor unit E Driving Shaft F Juice cup G Clamp f or (un) fastening the lid H Pulp container i Siev e J Lid of juice extractor K Feeding T ube L Pusher M Stopper N Opening for adding ingredients O Lid of jar P Spout Q Blender jar R Rub ber[...]

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    C 1 Put the rubber sealing ring around the edge of the knif e unit. C 2 Attach the knife unit to the blender jar by turning it in the direction of the ar r ow . C 3 Mount the jar unit onto the motor unit. Fix it by turning it in the direction of the ar r ow . Be careful not to exer t too much pressure on the handle of the jar . C 4 Put the ingredie[...]

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    7 Put the mains plug in the wall sock et. C 8 Select the desired speed setting and the a ppliance will switch on. If you are not sure which speed to select, you can alwa ys use the highest speed (speed 2). ◗ T o let the a ppliance run for only a f ew seconds at a time, set the switch to position M (Momentum) and r elease it straight a wa y . Repe[...]

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    ◗ T o grind ice cubes, dr op them into the rotating knives thr ough the opening in the lid. ◗ T o mak e tomato juice , cut the tomatoes in four and dr op the pieces onto the rotating kniv es through the opening in the lid. Never put y our hand or any object in the jar while the b lender is r unning. Filter (only types HR1844, HR1842) ◗ Y ou c[...]

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    Tips Par ticular ly when y ou are processing large quantities, we advise y ou not to put all the ingredients in the filter at the same time. Star t processing a small quantity , let the appliance r un for a moment, switch it off and then add another small quantity . Repeat this procedure until y ou ha ve processed all the ingredients. For making so[...]

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    C 4 Put the juice cup in place. 5 Select the right speed setting to switch the appliance on. C 6 Put the ingredients in the f eeding tube. Before pr ocessing, cut large ingredients into pieces that fit into the f eeding tube. C 7 Push the ingredients gentl y down with the pusher . Do not exer t too much pressure on the pusher , since this would aff[...]

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    ◗ Firm fruits that contain a lot of star ch, such as bananas, papa yas, a v ocados, figs and mangoes are not suitable f or pr ocessing in the juice extractor . Use the blender to process these fruits. ◗ Alwa ys use fresh fruits and v egetables. They contain more juice. ◗ Leafs and leaf stalks of for instance lettuce can also be pr ocessed in [...]

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    C 2 Ensure the rubber ring on the blade unit is pr operly placed. C 3 Scre w the blade unit onto the beak er . If this requires some effor t, moisten the r ubber ring with a drop of water . C 4 T urn the assembled mill upside down, place it on the motor unit and turn the mill in the direction of the ar r ow . C 5 Pref erably use the mill at M-speed[...]

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    C 2 Put the blade unit in the bowl. The cutting edges of the blades are v er y sharp: av oid touching them! C 3 Put the ingredients in the bo wl. Cut large ingredients into pieces of appr oximatel y 1-2 cm/0.5-1 inch befor e pr ocessing. Never exceed the maxim um quantity . See the table for the advised quantities. Do not use the chopper for mixing[...]

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    C 5 If the ingredients stick to the chopper beak er wall, stop the appliance and loosen the ingr edients by using a spatula. ◗ If the appliance shak es because the food is not evenl y distributed, turn the appliance off. Open the lid and distribute the ingredients ev enly on the surface of the chopper . T urn the appliance on again. C 6 When you [...]

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    Blender , quick cleaning C 1 Pour luk ewarm water and some washing-up liquid into the blender jar . Do not exceed the maximum quantity of the jar (1.5 litre). 2 Assemble the lid and the stopper . C 3 Let the appliance run for a f ew seconds b y pressing the Quick Clean button. 4 Detach the blender jar , remo ve the lid and stopper and rinse them wi[...]

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    Chopper , better cleaning C 1 Alwa ys detach the gear box befor e you clean the chopper . 2 Y ou can clean the gear box with a moist cloth. Do not immer se the gear box into water . Guarantee & ser vice If you need inf ormation or if you hav e a problem, please visit the Philips W eb site at www or contact the Philips Customer Care[...]

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    Apple pancak es - 150 gr apple pulp - 150 gr self-raising flour - 2 eggs - approx. 100 ml milk - 50 gr raisins - 50 gr dried apr icots, cut into pieces - butter - sugar and cinnamon according to taste B Stir the self-raising flour and the e ggs through the apple pulp. Add enough milk to make a f airly fir m mixture. Spoon the raisins and apricots t[...]

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    - 1/2 small green or red pepper , cut into pieces - small handful of fresh spinach or several spr igs of par sley - 2 or 3 ice cubes - 1 long, thin stalk of celer y for gar nishing B Process 6 to 8 carrots in the juice in the juice extractor . B Assemble the blender accessor y. Put the car rot juice, the vegetab les and the spinach or the parsley i[...]

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    ENGLISH 21 T r oubleshooting guide Solution The appliance is provided with a saf ety system. If accessories are not proper ly connected with the motor unit, the appliance does not work. Check whether the accessories have been connected in the right way (see the various sections). T urn off the appliance fir st! T urn off the appliance and process a[...]

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