Brandt ROB-304V Food Processor User Guide PDF

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Summary of Content for Brandt ROB-304V Food Processor User Guide PDF

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C... Garantie et service aprs-vente 9 ENGLISH INSTRUCTION MANUAL 10

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A... Consignes de scurit Lors du branchement Avant dutiliser cet appareil pour la premire fois, lire attentivement ce Mode dEmploi et le garder pour de postrieures consultations... Cet appareil est destin uniquement un usage domestique... Toute autre utilisation est considre inapproprie et dangereuse... Vrifier que la tension du secteur correspond bien celle indique sur la plaque signaltique de lappareil... En cas dincompatibilit entre la prise de courant et la fiche de lappareil ou si le cble est endommag, il doit tre remplac par le fabricant, son Service Aprs Vente ou des personnes de qualification similaire afin d'viter un danger... La scurit lectrique de lappareil est garantie seulement sil est raccord une installation de terre efficace, tout comme le prvoient les normes de scurit lectrique en vigueur... En cas de doute, sadresser du personnel professionnellement qualifi... Lutilisation dadaptateurs et/ou de rallonges est dconseille... Si ces lments savraient indispensables, utiliser seulement des adaptateurs et des rallonges qui respectent les normes de scurit en vigueur... Veiller ne pas dpasser la limite de puissance mentionne sur ladaptateur... Aprs avoir enlev lemballage, vrifier que lappareil est en parfait tat, en cas de doute, sadresser au Service dAssistance Technique le plus proche... Les lments de lemballage (sacs en plastique, polystyrne, etc... ) ne doivent pas tre laisss la porte des enfants, car ils peuvent reprsenter un danger... Ne pas le laisser cet appareil expos aux intempries (pluie, soleil, givre, etc... )... Ne pas utiliser lappareil et ne placer aucune de ses parties sur des surfaces chaudes ou prs de celles-ci (plaques de cuisson gaz ou lectriques ou fours)... loigner lappareil de leau ou de tout autre liquide, afin dviter tout risque de dcharge lectrique... Ne pas brancher lappareil ci ce dernier se trouve sur une surface humide... Dposer lappareil sur une surface sche, lisse et stable... Lors de lutilisation Ne pas toucher lappareil avec les mains ou les pieds mouills ou humides... Ne jamais laisser lappareil sans surveillance la porte denfants ou de personnes handicapes... Cet appareil na pas t conu pour son usage par des personnes (enfants y compris) aux capacits physiques, sensorielles ou mentales rduites, ou sans exprience ou connaissance ; moins de lutiliser sous surveillance ou aprs avoir t dment instruites sur son mode demploi par une personne responsable de leur scurit... Ne pas abandonner lappareil allum, car il peut reprsenter une source de danger... Pour dbrancher la fiche, ne jamais tirer sur le cordon... viter que le cordon ne touche les parties chaudes de lappareil... Vrifiez que le moteur soit compltement arrt avant de changer les couteaux... Tenez la lame uniquement par laxe et les disques par le bord, pour viter de vous couper... Dbranchez lappareil avant de retirer ou de changer les lments tranchants... Attendez que les couteaux aient cess de tourner avant de retirer le couvercle... Dposez un rcipient sous la bouche de sortie des aliments, lorsque vous travaillez avec le disque pour rper et trancher... Lors de lentretien et du nettoyage Afin dviter un danger, dbrancher lappareil avant de procder non nettoyage... Afin dviter un danger et de dtriorer dfinitivement votre appareil, ne jamais laver le bloc moteur au lave vaisselle, le plonger dans leau ou le rincer sous le robinet... Ne pas utiliser de produits abrasifs pour nettoyer lappareil... Si le cble d'alimentation est endommag, il doit tre remplac par le fabricant, son Service Aprs Vente ou des personnes de qualification similaire afin d'viter un danger...

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Arriv en fin de vie, ce produit ne doit pas tre jet avec les ordures mnagres... Il doit tre apport dans une dchetterie ou votre revendeur... Cela permet d'viter les consquences nfastes pour l'environnement et la sant dcoulant d'une limination inapproprie et de recycler les matriaux en vue de raliser des conomies d'nergie et de ressources significatives...

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Assemblage (Sch... A1) Insrez le bol (b) dans le bloc moteur (a), en veillant bien fixer tous les dispositifs... Faites tourner le bol (b) dans le sens contraire des aiguilles dune montre, en veillant lemboter correctement... (Sch... A2) Insrez le couteau trancher (c) dans laxe... (Sch... A3) Insrer les aliments hacher dans le bol (b)... Les quantits maximum sont dtailles plus loin... (Sch... A4,A5,A6) Positionnez le couvercle (d) sur le bol et faites-le tourner dans le sens contraire des aiguilles dune montre jusqu enclenchement... Veillez bien mettre en place le couvercle, dment verrouill... Dans le cas contraire, le robot ne pourra tre mis en route... Fonctionnement (Sch... A7) Branchez lappareil... (Sch... A8) Tourner linterrupteur (aa) en position 1 ... (Sch... A9)... Attendez que le couteau ait cess de tourner avant de retirer le couvercle... (Sch... A10,A11) Retirez dlicatement le couteau (D) et videz le bol... Dbranchez lappareil...

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Assemblage (Sch... B1) Dposez le bol (b) sur le bloc moteur (a), en veillant bien fixer tous les dispositifs... Faites tourner le bol dans le sens contraire des aiguilles dune montre, en veillant lemboter correctement (Sch... B2) Insrez le disque expulseur (e) dans laxe et positionnez le disque rper et trancher (f) sur le disque expulseur (Sch... B3,B4,B5) Positionnez le couvercle (g) et faites-le tourner dans le sens contraire des aiguilles dune montre jusqu enclenchement Fonctionnement (Sch... B7) Dposez un rcipient sous la bouche de sortie des aliments et tourner linterrupteur (aa) en position 1 ... (Sch... B8) Insrez les aliments lentement dans la chemine du couvercle (g)... Poussez les aliments laide du poussoir (h)... Attendez que les disques rper et trancher aient cess de tourner avant de retirer le couvercle du disque... Dbranchez lappareil...

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Assemblage (Sch... C1) Dposez le bol blender (i) sur le bloc moteur (a)... Faites tourner le bol dans le sens contraire des aiguilles dune montre, en veillant lemboter correctement (Sch... C2) Insrer les aliments mixer dans le bol (i) en veillant ne pas dpasser le niveau maximum (600ml) (Sch... C3,C4,C5) Positionnez le couvercle (j) sur le bol (i) Fonctionnement (Sch... C7) Vrifier que le couvercle est bien verrouill, que lappareil est branch et tourner linterrupteur (aa) en position 1 ... (Sch... C8,C9)... Attendez que le couteau ait cess de tourner avant de retirer le couvercle... Pour teindre lappareil, appuyez sur la touche et dbranchez-le... Pour vider le bol, vous pouvez laisser le couvercle en place et versez le contenu dans un rcipient... Nettoyez aussitt le blender, tel quindiqu dans la section Entretien et nettoyage ...

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robinet... Dmontez lappareil en procdant dans le sens inverse du Chapitre Nettoyez immdiatement tous les lments de lappareil aprs utilisation, pour liminer tout reste daliments... Nettoyez le bloc moteur laide dun chiffon humide... Lavez les lments amovibles leau tide additionne de dtergent... Vous pouvez galement les laver en lave-vaisselle...

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In the line of Brandt products, you will also find a wide range of small domestic appliances, compact ovens, microwave ovens, hobs, ventilation hoods, electronic cookers, dishwashers, refrigerators and freezers that can be coordinated with your new BRANDT mini food processor...

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Safety tips when connecting the appliance 1... Read all instructions before use, and see all diagrams, and keep these instructions for further reference... 2... This appliance is intended for household use only... 3... Check if the voltage indicated on the base of the appliance corresponds to the local mains voltage before you connect the appliance... 4... Ensure the appliance is switched off before connecting the plug to the mains! 5... Don't let cord hang over edge of table or counter, do not let cord contact hot surface, including the stove... 6... In the event of incompatibility between the mains socket and the appliance plug, the socket should be replaced by the manufacturer, its after sale service or a qualified professional in order to avoid any danger... Safety when using the appliance 1... Never use accessories or parts made by other manufacturers, they may cause a risk of injury to persons... 2... Do not use the appliance if its power cord, plug, blade or other part is damaged... In the event of any damage to the power cord or blade of this product, it can only be replaced with a special one for use with this product... 3... Make sure all parts are correctly mounted before you switch on the appliance... 4... Only use the appliance when handle is locked, never reach into the feeding tube with your fingers or an object while the appliance is running... 5... Care is needed when handling cutting blades, especially when removing the blade from the bowl, emptying the bowl and during cleaning... 6... Handle the chopper blade only by the shaft, and the shredding and slicing discs only at the outer edge... 7... Ensure the motor has stopped completely before changing the cutting tools, disassembling or cleaning... 8... The appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision... 9... Avoid contact with the blades and knives while the appliance is in operation... 10... Never place your hand in way of the chopper blade or the shredding and slicing disc... Keep long hair, neckwear, or other items of clothing away from the appliance... Disconnect the appliance from the mains before removing or exchanging the cutting tools! 11... Do not remove the lid until the cutting tools have stopped rotating 12... When working with the shredding and slicing disc, always place a bowl under the chute... 13... Do not remove the appliance the appliance lid until the cutting tools have stopped rotating... Always remove the cutting tools before emptying the bowl... 14... Never overload the appliance... Information on the maximum feeding amounts when using the chopper can be found in the processing instructions, 15... Do not leave the appliance exposed to the elements (rain, sun, ice, etc... )... 16... Do not use or let any part of the appliance come into contact or near hot surfaces (kitchen gas or electric hobs or ovens)... Safety when cleaning and maintaining the appliance 1... To avoid any danger, unplug the power cable before cleaning the appliance 2... Do not use detergents or abrasive sponges to clean the appliance... 3... Do not let the cable come into contact with the hot parts of the appliance... 4... Avoid touching the sharp blades, especially when the appliance is plugged in... 5... Don't immerse the motor base, plug or cord in water or any other liquid, to avoid any danger... 6... Use a damp cloth to clean the motor unit... The individual components can be cleaned in a dishwasher (upper rack)... 7... If the power cable is damaged, it should be replaced by the manufacturer, its after sale service or a qualified professional in order to avoid any danger

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At the end of its working life, the product must not be disposed with household waste... It must be taken to a special local authority waste collection centre or to a company providing this service... Disposing household appliances separately avoids possible negative effects on the environment and health and enables the constituent materials to be recycled which saves energy and resources... To remind you that you must dispose of this appliance correctly the symbol shown above appears on

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Assembly - (PicA1) Place bowl b on top of motor unit a, ensuring that the two closing fixtures interlock... Turn bowl b in an anti-clock-wise direction as far as it will go... - (PicA2) Place the chopper blade c on the drive shaft... - (PicA3) Put the food to be processed into bowl b... Information on the maximum feeding amounts can be found in the processing instructions... - (PicA4,A5,A6) Take hold of lid d by the two outer grooved and ridged areas... Put the lid onto the bowl in such a way as to allow the L-shaped lug to be turned into the safety slit situated beneath switch (PicA6)... Turn the lid in an anti-clockwise direction as far as it will go... The lug on the lid must be seated in the slit... The appliance can be started only if the lug on the lid is correctly positioned in the safety slit... Operation - (PicA7 ) Insert the mains plug in the socket outlet... - (PicA8) Rotate the switch (aa) to 1 position... - (PicA9) Disengage and remove the lid only when the chopper blade has stopped rotating... - (PicA10,PicA11) Carefully remove the chopper blade and empty the bowl... - When you have finished preparing your food, pull out the mains plug...

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-PicB7Place the food container underneath the chute on lid and connect the appliance to the mains... Rotate the switch aa to 1 position, - PicB8 Put the food to be processed in feeding tube on lid g... Insert pusher h in feeding tube... Using the pusher, push the food slowly through the feeding tube and onto the shredding and slicing disc... - When you have finished preparing your food, remove the mains plug...

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through the hole... - Add ingredients to the blender jug gradually each time to ensure proper blending and to prevent overflow... Never fill the juice with more than 600ml of any liquid and/or food... Make large portions of food in several batches... - Unless the recipe states differently, pour liquid ingredients into the blender jug before solid ingredients... The liquid will help the process go faster... - Calculate the blend speed period by seconds (5 to 30), not minutes, and always check the consistency of the food... Continue blending until the desired consistency is reached... Over-blender will result in a loose consistency... - It is important to operate the blender with the jug lid in place... - Do not remove the blender jug from the motor housing when the motor is running... - With the measure cup removed, add solids gradually through the hole in the jug lid... Always cut solid foods such as vegetables and cheese into small pieces before placing in the blender jug...

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- Never immerse the motor unit in water or use caustic or abrasive cleaning materials clean only with a damp cloth... - Wash the individual components Bowl b... , Chopper blade c... , Lid for chopper d... , Throw disc e... , Shredding and slicing disc f... , Lid for shredder and slicer g... , Pusher h... , Blender jug i... by hand , or place them in the upper rack of your washer... - Discoloration on the housing caused by carotene, for example, can be removed using cooking oil...

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