Tefal FE800A60 FE800A40 FE800A38 Manual

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS: ◗ Personal safety • Read the instructions for use • While your appliance is EN carefully before using your appliance in use, some parts may for the first time and keep them in a reach high temperatures safe place. The manufacturer shall (stainless steel wall of not accept any liability in the event bowl, detachable common spindle, of any use that does not comply with transparent parts of the lid and the the instructions. cap, metal parts below the bowl, • Always disconnect the appliance basket). They can cause burns. Handle from the power supply if you are to the appliance by the cool plastic parts leave it unattended and before (handles, motor unit). The red heating assembly, dismantling or cleaning. indicator light shows that there is a Do not allow children to use the risk of burning. appliance without supervision. • The temperature of the accessible • This appliance should not be used by surfaces may be high when the children. Keep the appliance and its appliance is in operation. lead out of reach of children. • The appliance is not intended to be • This appliance is not intended for use operated using an external timer or by persons (including children) with by a separate remote control reduced physical, sensory or mental system. capabilities, or lack of experience • Do not use your appliance if it is not and knowledge, unless they have working properly, if it is damaged or been given supervision or instruction if the power cable or plug is concerning use of the appliance by a damaged. To avoid any danger have person responsible for their safety. the lead replaced by an approved Children should be supervised to service centre (see list in the ensure that they do not play with the warranty booklet). appliance. • The appliance should not be • Keep your appliance out of reach of immersed in water. Never put the children. motor unit (A) under running water. 17

• This appliance is designed for indoor hole in the lid (unless specifically household use only and at an stated in the recipe). EN altitude below 2000 m. The WARNING: Be aware of manufacturer shall not accept any the risk of injury in the liability and reserves the right to event of incorrect use cancel the warranty in the event of of the appliance. commercial or inappropriate use or Take care with the knives of the failure to follow the instructions. Ultrablade knife (F1) and the • This appliance should not be used for kneading & crushing blade (F4) household and similar use (not covered when you are cleaning them and by the warranty) such as: when you empty the bowl, they are - In kitchen work areas in shops, extremely sharp. Be careful if a hot offices and other professional liquid is poured into the food environments. processor because it could be - In kitchen areas reserved for staff ejected from the appliance due to it in shops, offices and other suddenly boiling. professional environments. Place the Ultrablade chopper blade - On farms. (F1) in the bowl after use. - Use by clients of hotels, motels and WARNING: Be careful to avoid any other residential environments. spillage on the connector during - in guest room environments. cleaning, filling or pouring. • Your appliance gives WARNING : Your appliance releases off steam which can steam which can cause burns. cause burns. Handle WARNING: The heating element the lid and the cap surface is subjected to residual heat with caution (use a glove, potholder, after use. etc. if necessary). Handle the cap by - Be sure to touch only the handles of your product (locks D2, handle its central section. of the lid E2 and handle of the cap • Never operate the appliance if the E1) during heating and until seal is not positioned on the seal complete cooling down. holder or if the seal holder is not • Refer to the instructions for assembled on the lid. It is setting the operating times and essential to operate the appliance speed settings of each accessory with the cap positioned in the and each programme. 18

• Refer to the instructions for children of at least 8 years of age, assembly and mounting as long as they are supervised and accessories to the device. have been given instructions about EN • Refer to the instructions for using the appliance safely and are cleaning and maintenance of your fully aware of the dangers involved. appliance. Cleaning and maintenance by the • Always follow the cleaning user should not be carried out by instructions on how to clean your children without supervision unless appliance : they are at least 8 years of age and - Unplug the appliance. are supervised by an adult. - Do not clean the appliance while hot. ◗ Connection to the power supply - Clean with a damp cloth or • The appliance should be plugged in sponge. to an earthed electrical socket. - Never immerse the appliance in • The appliance is designed to work water or put it under running with alternating current only. Check water. that the supply voltage indicated on the rating plate of the appliance EUROPEAN MARKETS ONLY: corresponds to that of your • Keep the appliance and its lead out electrical installation. of reach of children under 8 years of • Any connection error will cancel the age. warranty. Children should not use the • Never pull on the power lead to appliance as a toy. unplug the appliance. • This appliance may be used by • Do not immerse the appliance, persons with reduced physical, power cable or plug in any liquid. sensory or mental capabilities or • The power lead must never be left whose experience or knowledge is near or in contact with the hot parts insufficient, as long as they have of your appliance, near a source of the benefit of supervision or they heat or on a sharp edge. have received instructions regarding Incorrect use safe use of the appliance and they • Do not touch the lid before the understand its potential dangers. appliance comes to a complete • This appliance may be used by stop (stop button); wait until the 19

food being mixed is no longer use the steam regulator cap. rotating. • Do not let hair, scarves, ties, etc. EN• Always pour the solid ingredients over the bowl while the appliance is into the bowl first before adding the in operation. liquid ingredients (See Fig. 11.1), • Never put the accessories, bowl and without exceeding the 2.5 L MAX lid in a microwave. limit marked inside the bowl (See • Do not use the appliance outdoors. Fig. 11.2). If the bowl is too full, • Never exceed the maximum quantity boiling water may be ejected. indicated in the instructions. • Please note, in the steam cooking • Store the appliance when it has programme, keep the level of 0.7 cooled down. litres water (See Fig. 4.2). • Never put your fingers or any other ◗ After-sales Service object in the bowl while the • For your own safety, do not use appliance is in operation. accessories or spare parts other • Do not use the bowl as container than those provided by the (storage, freezing, sterilisation). approved after-sales centres. • Place the appliance on a stable, • Any intervention other than heatproof work surface. cleaning and usual maintenance by • Do not place the appliance near a the customer must be carried out by wall or a cupboard: the steam an approved service centre. produced may damage the elements. • Consult the table “What to do if • Do not place your appliance near a your appliance does not work" at heat source in operation (hob, the end of the instruction manual. household appliance, etc.). • Do not cover the lid with a dishcloth or other item, do not attempt to block the hole in the lid, 20

On reading this instruction manual, you will find recommendations for use, which will make you see the potential of your appliance: preparation of sauces, soups, stews, steamed dishes, pastries and desserts. EN APPLIANCE DESCRIPTION: A Motor unit D Bowl assembly B Control panel D1: stainless steel bowl B1: automatic programme selection buttons D2: locks B2: speed selector D3: detachable common spindle B3: cooking temperature selector and/or D4: seal heating light indicator D5: spindle locking ring B4: operating time selector E Lid assembly B5: turbo/pulse selector E1: steam regulator cap/stopper B6: +/- selector E2: lid B7: start/stop/reset button E3: seal holder C LCD screen E4: seal C1: speed display F Accessories: C2: temperature display F0 : accessory storage box C3: time display F1: ultrablade knife C4: programme selection display F2: mixer C5: safety indicator display F3: whisk F4: knife for kneading/crushing blade F5: steam basket G Spatula H Switch 0/1 for cutting off the power supply to your appliance I Cleaning brush APPLIANCE TECHNICAL DATA: Power: 1550W (1000W: heating element / 550W: motor) Temperature range: 30° to 130°C adjustable in steps of 5°C. Operating duration range: 5 sec to 2 hours adjustable in steps of 5 sec min to 1 min max. Number of speeds: 12 - 2 intermittent speeds: speed 1 (5 sec On / 20 sec Off). speed 2 (10 sec On / 10 sec Off). - 10 progressive continuous speeds (speeds 3 to 12). 21

SWITCHING ON: Your appliance is fitted with a 0/1 switch, set the switch to 1. (See Fig. 9) You have the following accessories with your appliance: EN max F1 Mixing soups 3min 2,5L Ultrablade knife Mixing fruit purees 40 sec 1Kg Chopping vegetables 15 sec 1Kg Chopping meat 30 sec 1Kg Chopping fish 15 sec 1Kg Do not use this accessory to clean hard products, use the F4 kneading blade/crusher. IIt mixes Cooked dishes without damaging the ingredients Very useful for browning phases before preparations (risottos, soups). Browned dishes 5min 500g F2 Mixer Stews 45min 2,5L Risottos 22min 1,5Kg Ratatouille, Chutney, Pulses (settings: check the recipe booklet) F3 Wisking egg whites, 5/10min 7 max Mayonnaise, Whisk Whipped cream 2/5min 0,5L Sauces,Creams,Dressings (mashed potatoes, polenta, to 1/20min 1L V9 max etc.) Kneading white bread 2min 30s 1,2Kg dough Kneading/crushing knife Kneading short crust pastry, biscuit dough, special bread 2min 30s 1Kg F4 Kneading risen dough 1min 30s (brioche, kouglof. etc.) 2min 0,8Kg Mixing light batters (cake 40 sec mixture, etc.) 1Kg 3min Crushing nuts 1min 0,6Kg Chopping hard products 1min 0,6Kg Crushing ice 1min 6 à 10 Pancake batter, waffle batter 1min 1,5L Steam basket F5 Steam cooking vegetables, 20/40min 1Kg fish or meat Soup with chunks 40/45min 2,5L E1 Cap/Stopper for regulating steam extraction a b Stopper Cap/ - High steam setting (a) = steam cooking. - Low steam setting (b) = risotto, creamy puddings, sauces, etc. These accessories are also fitted with gripping areas to facilitate handling during use while making a preparation. 22

YOUR APPLIANCE HAS 2 OPERATING MODES: • Position the chosen accessory in the bowl: • Automatic programme mode: - the accessories (F1, F2, F3, or F4) to Speed, cooking temperature and duration are on the common spindle at the bottom of pre-programmed to make sauces, soups, stews, the bowl (See Fig. 4.1), - the steam basket inside the bowl (F5), EN steamed dishes, pastry and desserts automatically. (See Fig. 4.3 ), having taken care • Manual mode: beforehand to fill the 0.7l tank with liquid Customised adjustments of speed parameters, preparation (water, sauce…) (See Fig. 4.2). cooking temperature and duration for use at • Incorporate the ingredients into the bowl or your convenience. steam basket. • Position the lid on the bowl (D) lining up the INSTALLING THE BOWL, ITS ACCESSORIES AND two triangles (See Fig. 5), lock the lid without THE LID ASSEMBLY pressing by turning it anti clockwise (See Fig. 6). • Before using for the first time, wash all items • Position the steam regulator cap (E1) on the (D, E, F, G) in warm soapy water, but not the lid; two positions are possible: high steam (a) motor unit (A). Your bowl (D) is fitted with a or low steam (b). detachable spindle (D3) to facilitate cleaning. For example: for steam cooking, assemble the cap, • Ensure that all packaging has been removed with the maxi steam symbol (a) pointing towards before use, particularly the protection located you (which will produce a maximum amount of between the bowl (D) and the motor unit (A). steam in the bowl). • Place the seal (E4) on the seal holder (E3) Position the bowl (D) on the motor unit (A) (See Fig. 1), clip the assembly to the lid (E2) until you hear a “click” (See Fig. 8). (See Fig 2). • The appliance only starts up if the bowl and the • Position the seal (D4) on the common spindle lid are correctly positioned and locked on the (D3). Lock the assembly onto the base of the motor unit. bowl with the locking ring (D5) (See Fig. 3). In the event of incorrect positioning or incorrect locking of either (See Fig. 10.1 and 10.2), the logo starts to flash when a function is activated. USING THE CONTROL PANEL (B) Selecting an automatic programme: Sauces Steam cooking Soups Pastry (to Read programme (in programme P1 bread / P1 Smooth soup / P2 Soup with P2 brioche / P3 cake) small pieces.) Stews Desserts (in programme P1 vegetable casserole / P2 stew / P3 risotto) 23

Selecting custom settings: Selecting the motor speed. Increase speed, cooking EN 2 intermittent speeds (Speed 1 & temperature and duration. 2) and 10 continuous progressive Decrease speed, cooking speeds (Speed 3 to 12) temperature and duration. Selecting cooking speed. From 30° to 130°C. Heating indicator light: it lights up This button has 3 functions: when cooking starts and switches - “Validation” of the off when the temperature inside choice of your automatic the bowl falls to below 50°C. programme or your parameters chosen in the context of manual Selecting operating time. use (speed, cooking From 5 sec to 2 hours. temperature, time). - “Pause” during use, once the appliance has been started up. Selecting the turbo functions - “Reset” of the (maximum speed in direct access) parameters selected on and pulse (intermittent operation) the appliance by without using other settings. pressing for 2 seconds. Tips for use: Your appliance is fitted with a microprocessor that controls and analyses its stability. In the event of instability, the motor rotation speed will be automatically reduced, if this instability continues, the motor will be stopped and "STOP” will be displayed on the screen. • Check that the quantity of ingredients is not too large and that the speed used is the correct one. • Check that you are using the recommended accessory. • Then restart your appliance normally. 24

USING THE APPLIANCE Plug in the appliance, set the switch (H) to 1, and the LCD screen (C) displays all settings at “0” (See Fig. 9) EN AUTOMATIC PROGRAMME MODE 1- Press the programme of your the preparation ready for consumption. In the choice (B1), a triangle appears 'sauces' programme, P2 and P3 stews, desserts on the screen (C4) in the and manual mode, the appliance motor selected programme. In the functions at a specific speed, in order to case of the soups, stews and preserve the preparation and avoid it sticking pastry programmes, successive to the bottom of the bowl. To stop keep warm pressing takes you to the different sub-programmes. mode, simply press the “stop” button (B7). If you open the lid, press the locks (D2) or 2- The pre-programmed settings remove the bowl and keep warm mode will be can be modified for the time of automatically stopped. a recipe (depending on the At the end of the sauce programmes, slow cook chosen recipe, ingredients and P2 and P3 and the creamy pudding; during the quantities prepared). Press the keeping warm function, the motor will continue speed selector (B2) or the to work so that the ingredients do not stick to the cooking temperature selector (B3) or the time bottom of the bowl. selector (B4), the setting chosen will flash on the At the end of kneading in the pastry screen (C1-C2-C3). programmes P1 and P2, the appliance changes to “dough rising” mode at 30°C for 40 minutes 3- Adjust the setting(s) using to give your dough more volume. If you open the +/- selector (B6). the lid, press the locks (D2) or remove the bowl, the appliance changes to pause mode and you have the possibility of restarting it by pressing “start” again. If you wish to stop this mode, press and hold 4- When you have finished the “stop” button for 2 seconds. modifying all your settings, press the “start” button (B7) 7- Press the locks (D2) and then remove the bowl to start the programme. When assembly (D) (See Fig. 12). your appliance is using cooking mode, the red indicator light When the automatic programme is started up, you (B3) lights up to inform you that cooking has have the possibility of stopping the appliance at started.5- When the programme has ended, the any time by pressing the “stop” button. The appliance emits 3 beeps. automatic programme is then in pause mode, you have the possibility of restarting by pressing the 6- At the end of the sauce, soup, slow cook "start” button again. If you have chosen the programmes P2 and P3, steam dishes and wrong programme and if you want to cancel it, desserts, the appliance automatically changes press and hold the "stop" button for 2 seconds. to keep warm mode for 45 minutes to maintain 25

DISCOVER THE AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMES AVAILABLE: Sauce Soup P1 Soup P2 Stew P1 Stew P2 Stew P3 EN Automatic programmes "Default" 10 Pulses V6 speed and V12 for 10 Pulses V3 V1 V2 (V2 to V8) (adjustable) 2 min. "Default" 70°C 100°C 100°C 130°C 95°C 95°C temperature (50°C (90°C (90°C (non- (80°C (80°C (adjustable) to 100°C) to 100°C) to 100°C) adjustable) to 100°C) to 100°C) Time 8 min 40 min 45 min 5 min 45 min 20 min speed (5 min (20min (20 min (2 min (10 min (10 min (adjustable) to 40 min) to 60 min) to 60 min) to 15 min) to 2hr) to 2hr) Keep warm 'default function' at the end 45 min 45 min 45 min 45 min 45 min of the programme Motor speed at 5s ON at V3 10s ON at V3 V4 keep-warm level / 20s OFF / 10s OFF Steamed Steamed Pastry P1 Pastry P2 Pastry P3 Dessert dishes P1 dishes P2 Automatic programmes "Default" V5 for 1 min V5 for 2 min V3 for 40 sec V4 speed 30 sec then V6 30 sec then V9 for 3 min (V2 to V8) (adjustable) for 2 min "Default" 100°C 100°C 90°C temperature (non- (non- (50°C to (adjustable) adjustable) adjustable) 110°C) Time 30 min 35 min 2 min 30 sec 3 min 30 sec 3 min 40 sec 15 min speed (1 min (1 min (30 sec to (30 sec to (1 min 40 sec (5 min (adjustable) to 60 min) to 60 min) 2 min 30sec) 3 min 30 sec) to 3 min 40 sec) to 60 min) Keep warm 'default function' at the end 45 min 45 min 45 min of the programme Motor speed at V4 keep-warm level Raise the dough 30° 'default function' at 40 min 40 min the end of the programme 26

USING THE STEAM BASKET Cooking times are for information purposes The low steam setting allows a maxi- only; in most cases the food will be properly mum amount of condensation to be cooked. released and therefore it is recom- EN mended to prepare dishes and sauces with a However, certain conditions may affect the coo- better consistency (risotto, creamy puddings, king time: sauces, etc.). - size of the vegetables (cut or uncut) - quantity of ingredients in the basket The high steam setting allows a - type of vegetables, their ripeness maximum amount of heat and steam - quantity of water in the bowl, which corres- to build up in the bowl for all types ponds to the measurement (0.7l). of steam cooking (soups, etc.). - When using the steam cap with 'low steam' fa- This setting also prevents splashing during cing towards you, remember that 'low steam' mixing. means there will be more steam in the bowl and the cooking process will be more efficient. If the food is not properly cooked, you can set an additional cooking time. You can also use the manual mode by selecting a temperature of 130°C and the cooking time according to the quantity and type of ingredients: see table below. Steam cooking time Recommended steam Ingredients Quantities (max) Estimated cooking times programme Courgettes 800 g 20 min P1 Parsnips 800 g 25 min P1 White part of the leek 800 g 25 min P1 Broccoli 500 g 20 min P1 600 g Fish 15 min P1 (with baking parchment) Potatoes 1 kg 30 min P2 Carrots 1 kg 30 min P2 Green beans 800 g 30 min P2 600 g White meat 20 min P2 (with baking parchment) Some recipes may cause unexpected overflow due to the appearance of bubbles, particularly when using frozen vegetables. In this case, you should reduce the volumes accordingly. 27

MANUAL MODE 1- Press directly on the selector The programme is then in pause mode and you representing the parameter have the possibility of restarting by pressing EN you have chosen to adjust, “start” again. If you have chosen the wrong i.e. the speed selector (B2) programme and if you want to cancel it, press and or the cooking temperature hold the "stop" button for 2 seconds. selector (B3) or the time selector (B4), the chosen parameter flashes on 4- When the programme has ended, the appliance the screen (C1- C2-C3). emits 3 beeps. 2- Then adjust the setting(s) 5- Press the locks (D2) and then remove the bowl using the +/- selector (B6). assembly (D) (See Fig. 12). For safety reasons, it is not possible to set a temperature Turbo / Pulse functions without setting a cooking 1- Use the control panel (B) to directly access time. the “turbo” and “pulse” functions (B5). To use in turbo mode (maximum speed in direct 3- When you have finished access), simply press and hold the “turbo” entering all your parameters, selector. The LCD screen then displays the time press the “start” button in use (C3) to help you. To use the pulse (B7). When your appliance is (intermittent operation), activate and stop the using cooking mode, the red function by simply pressing the “pulse” indicator light (B3) lights up selector. Here too, the LCD screen helps you by to inform you that cooking has started. When the indicating the time in use. When the function programme has started, you have the possibility has started up, you have the possibility of of stopping the appliance at any time by pressing stopping the appliance at any time by pressing the “stop” button. the “stop” button. The function is then in pause mode, you have the possibility of restarting by pressing the "start” button again. CLEANING YOUR APPLIANCE • The appliance should not be immersed. Never (F4) when you are cleaning them and when put the motor unit (A) under running water. you empty the bowl, they are extremely Once you have finished using it, disconnect the sharp. appliance. • When the parts have cooled down: • Clean the bowl immediately after use. - dismantle the common spindle (D3), the seal • Press the locks (D2) then lift the bowl (D4) and the locking ring (D5) (See Fig. 13). assembly (D). - clean the bowl (D), the common spindle • Place the bowl on a flat surface. (D3), the seal (D4), the locking ring (D5), • Unlock the lid by rotating one quarter of a turn the accessories (F1), (F2), (F3), (F4), (F5), clockwise. Carefully remove the lid. the steam regulator cap (E1), the lid (E2), • When the parts have cooled, unclip the seal the seal holder (E3) and the seal (E4) using holder from the lid with help of the spatula (G) a sponge and some soapy water. (See Fig. 15). • Rinse these different parts under running water. • Take care with the knives of the ultrablade • For baked-on food, let the bowl soak for several knife (F1) and the kneading / crushing knife hours in water and dishwashing detergent and 28

scrape, if necessary, with a spatula (G) or with • The accessories, the detachable common the abrasive side of a sponge. spindle and the parts of the lid may become • If there is a build up of limescale in the bowl, slightly discoloured with certain ingredients use a damp sponge and, if necessary, white such as curry, carrot juice, etc; this does not vinegar. represent any danger for your health or for the EN • To clean the motor unit (A), use a damp cloth. operation of your appliance. To avoid this, Dry carefully. clean these parts immediately after use. • To help you with cleaning, the bowl, lid • Before using your bowl set (D), make sure that assembly and accessories are dishwasher safe, the electrical contacts under the bowl are clean with the exception of the common spindle and dry. (D3 and D4) and its locking ring (D5) (See Fig. 14). IMPORTANT - ‘MAKING YOUR APPLIANCE SECURE’ INSTRUCTIONS ( ‘SECU’ ) Your appliance is equip- • Allow the motor to cool down for half an hour. ped, as standard, with • Restart the appliance by clicking on the ‘Start electronic motor protec- /Stop/Reset’ button for two seconds (see B7 in tion to guarantee its lon- the instructions). gevity. This electronic Your appliance is now ready to be used again. security safeguards For further information, customer service depart- against incorrect use; in ment is at your disposal (see details in the gua- this way, the motor is properly protected. rantee booklet). In cases of extreme use which disregard the re- commendations in the instructions (see para- graph ‘FIRST USE’: potentially excessively large quantities and/or abnormally long use and/or preparing different recipes at short intervals), the electronic protection will be triggered to preserve the motor; in this case, the appliance will stop functioning and the message ‘SECU’ will be dis- played on the LCD screen of the control panel to indicate that the appliance is temporarily out of service. If ‘SECU’ is displayed on the control panel and your appliance stops working, proceed accor- dingly: • Leave your appliance plugged in, do not press the ‘0/1’ switch. • Please refer to the recommendations in the ins- tructions and readapt your use of the appliance (see paragraph ‘FIRST USE’: amount of ingre- dients/recipe preparation time/temperature/type of accessories). 29

WHAT TO DO IF YOUR APPLIANCE DOES NOT WORK PROBLEMS CAUSES SOLUTIONS EN Set the steam cap to 'high steam' (turn towards you); this setting allows a maximum amount of steam to build up in the bowl for all types of steam cooking (soups, etc.), so there will be more steam in the bowl and the cooking process will be more efficient. The 'low steam' position allows a maximum The steam regulator cap is not properly amount of heat and steam to be dispersed attached. into the bowl for all steam cooking (soups, etc.). This position also helps to avoid splashing during cooking. The 'high steam' position allows a maximum amount of condensation to escape and results in dishes or sauces with a better consistency (risotto, cream Problems when steam desserts, sauces, etc.). cooking. Cooking times are for information purposes only; in most cases it ensures that the food is properly cooked. However, certain conditions may affect the cooking time: - size of the vegetables (cut or uncut) - quantity of ingredients in the basket Insufficient cooking time - type of vegetables, their ripeness - quantity of water in the bowl, which corresponds to the measurement (0.7l). If the food is not properly cooked, you can set an additional cooking time. You can also use the manual mode by selecting a temperature of 130°C and the cooking time according to the quantity and type of ingredients. Plug the appliance into an electrical It is not plugged in. socket. The appliance does not The switch (H) is in position 0. Move the switch to position 1. work. Check that the bowl or the lid are correctly The bowl or the lid are not correctly po- positioned and locked according to the sitioned or locked. diagrams in the instruction manual. Check that the seal is correctly assembled on The lid does not lock. The lid is not fully assembled. the seal holder and that the seal holder is correctly assembled on the lid. The appliance is not positioned on a flat Place the appliance on a flat surface. surface, the appliance is not stable. Reduce the quantity of ingredients proces- Excessive vibration. Volume of ingredients too high. sed. Check that you are using the recommended Accessory error. accessory. 30

PROBLEMS CAUSES SOLUTIONS Reduce the quantity of ingredients pro- Volume of ingredients too high. cessed. The lid is not correctly positioned or locked. Lock the lid correctly on the bowl. EN Position the seal on the seal holder and The seal is not present. Leak through lid. clip the assembly to the lid. Change the seal, contact an approved ser- The seal is cut or damaged. vice centre. Check that you are using the recommen- Accessory error. ded accessory. The seal is not correctly positioned. Position the seal correctly. Leak through the bowl The seal is damaged. Contact an approved service centre. spindle. The locking ring (D5) is not locked correctly. Lock the ring correctly (D5). The blades do not rotate Pieces of food that are too big or too Reduce the size or quantity of the ingre- easily. hard. dients processed. Add some liquid. On using the appliance for the first time, or Allow the motor to cool down (about in the event of overload of the motor cau- Smell from motor. 30 minutes) and reduce the number of sed by too large a quantity of ingredients or ingredients in the bowl. by pieces that are too hard or too big. The appliance has detected too many vi- Check that you are at the right speed “STOP” is displayed. brations and has changed to the safety and that you are using the recommended position. accessory. Motor overload caused by too many in- Allow the motor to cool down (about gredients or pieces which are too hard or “SECU” is displayed. 30 minutes) and reduce the number of too large or overuse without sufficient ingredients in the bowl. cooling down time. “SECU” is displayed + red Overheating of temperature sensors. Contact an approved service centre. indicator light is flashing. Check that the power pins under the bowl “Err1” is displayed. are not clogged. If this is the case, clean + red indicator light is The heating element is not working. them and try again. flashing. If that still does not work, contact an ap- proved service centre. “Err2” is displayed. Electronic fault. Contact an approved service centre. “Err3” is displayed. Speed fault. Contact an approved service centre. Communication fault with chopper elec- “Err4” is displayed. Contact an approved service centre. tronic card. “ntc1” is displayed. Temperature sensor 1 is no longer wor- + red indicator light is Contact an approved service centre. king. flashing. “ntc2” is displayed. Temperature sensor 2 is no longer wor- + red indicator light is Contact an approved service centre. king. flashing. Is your appliance still not working? Contact an approved service centre (see list in service booklet). 31

RECYCLING • Elimination of packaging and appliance materials. The packaging exclusively contains materials that are not dangerous to the environment, EN which can be disposed of in accordance with the recycling regulations in force. To dispose of your appliance, ask the appropriate department of your local authority. • End-of-life electronic or electrical appliances: Environmental protection first!  Your appliance contains numerous materials that can be recovered or recycled.  Take it to a collection point for processing. 32

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