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Philips Avent SCF870/21 SCF870 Blender User Manual PDF

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Summary of Content for Philips Avent SCF870/21 SCF870 Blender User Manual PDF

User manual

SCF870

Table of contents

Improtant 3

Introduction 6

General description 7

Things to Note 8

Before first use 9

Using the appliance 9

Filling the water tank 9

Steaming 10

Blending after steaming 13

Blending without steaming14

Ingredients and steaming times 17

Cleaning and maintenance 18

Descaling the water tank 20

Recycling 21

Storage 21

Guarantee and support 21

Technical specifications 22

Troubleshooting 22

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Improtant Read this user manual carefully before you use the appliance and save it for future reference

Danger - Never immerse the motor unit in water or any other liquid, nor

rinse it under the tap Warning

- Check if the voltage indicated on the appliance corresponds to the local mains voltage before you connect the appliance

- Do not use the appliance if the plug, the mains cord or the appliance itself is damaged

- If the mains cord is damaged, you must have it replaced by Philips, a service centre authorised by Philips or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.

- This appliance can be used by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and if they understand the hazards involved.

- This appliance shall not be used by children Keep the appliance and its cord out of the reach of children

- Children shall not play with the appliance - Do not touch the cutting edges of the blade unit when the

appliance is plugged in and during cleaning The cutting edges are very sharp

- If the blade unit gets stuck, unplug the appliance before you remove the ingredients that block the blade unit

- The appliance becomes very hot during steaming and may cause burns if touched Only lift the jar by its handle

- Beware of hot steam that comes out of the jar during steaming and when you remove its lid

- Beware of hot steam that comes out of the filling opening of the water tank when you open its lid

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- When the steaming process is finished, hot steam continues to come out of the steam outlet on the motor unit and the steam hole in the lid of the jar for some time Be careful when you lift the jar off the motor unit.

- If the appliance is used improperly, hot steam could come out of the filling opening. Consult chapter Troubleshooting in order to avoid or to solve this

- Never let the appliance operate unattended - Do not disassemble the motor unit for maintenance or

cleaning purposes Take it to an authorised Philips service centre for repair Caution

- Never use any accessories or parts from other manufacturers or that Philips does not specifically recommend. If you use such accessories or parts, your guarantee becomes invalid

- Do not place the appliance on or near an operating or still hot stove or cooker

- Always unplug the appliance and let it cool down before you clean it

- Never use the jar or any other part of the appliance in a microwave, as the metal parts of the jar handle and blade unit are not suitable for this use

- Never sterilise the jar or any other part of the appliance in a steriliser or in a microwave, as the metal parts of the jar handle and blade unit are not suitable for this use

- This appliance is intended for household use only If the appliance is used improperly or for professional or semi- professional purposes or if it is not used according to the instructions in the user manual, the guarantee becomes invalid and Philips refuses any liability for damage caused

- Be careful when you pour hot liquid into the beaker, as hot liquid and steam may be ejected and cause scalding

- Let the appliance cool down for 10 minutes before you steam another batch of ingredients

- The appliance is not intended for chopping hard ingredients such as ice cubes and sugar cubes

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- Do not let the appliance blend for more than 30 seconds at a time. If you have not finished blending after 30 seconds, switch off the appliance and wait a few seconds before you continue. If the appliance becomes hot, let it cool down for a few minutes before you continue

- Place the appliance on a stable, horizontal and level surface. Make sure there is enough free space around it to prevent damage to eg cabinets or other objects, as the appliance emits hot steam during use

- Do not use the appliance if it has fallen or is damaged in any way Take it to an authorised Philips service centre for repair

- Never put water, other liquids or blended food in the jar for steaming to avoid damage to the appliance

- Never use the steaming function without water - Make sure that you do not overfill the water tank (max. 200 ml).

Do not exceed the maximum level indicated on the measuring cup

- When you steam ingredients, make sure that you do not overfill the jar. Make sure that the top edge of the green blade unit is not covered with food

- When you blend liquids, do not exceed the maximum level indicated on the jar (450 ml).

- Do not insert any object into the filling opening or the steam outlet

- Never refill the water tank during the steaming process, as hot water and steam may come out of the appliance as a result

- Always make sure that the lid has cooled down after steaming before you open it to add more ingredients for blending, if necessary

- Do not connect the appliance to an external switching device such as a timer and do not connect it to a circuit that is regularly switched on and off by the utility. This prevents a hazard that could be caused by inadvertent resetting of the thermal cut-out

- Always check the temperature of the baby food on the back of your hand before you feed your baby

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- Always check the consistency of the baby food Make sure there are no chunks in the food

- When the steaming process (max. 20 minutes) is finished, do not steam or reheat the baby food again

- Only use the spatula supplied remove the food from the jar - Regular descaling prevents damage to the appliance - Switch off the appliance and disconnect from supply before

changing accessories or approaching parts that move in use - Take care in handling the sharp blades when emptying the jar

and during cleaning - Always disconnect the device from supply if its left

unattended - Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children - Noise level: Lc= 89 dB(A).

Safety system The appliance is equipped with a built-in safety lock The appliance only functions if you have properly assembled all parts on the motor unit If all parts are assembled correctly, the built-in safety lock will be unlocked The appliance is also equipped with overheat protection Overheating could occur if the time between two steaming processes is too short, if the blending function is used too long or if there are too much ingredients in the jar. If the overheat protection switches off the appliance during use, set the control knob to 0 and let the appliance cool down for a few minutes After this, you can use the appliance again

Electromagnetic fields (EMF) This Philips appliance complies with all applicable standards and regulations regarding exposure to electromagnetic fields.

Introduction

Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips Avent! To fully benefit from the support that Philips Avent offers, register your product at www.philips.com/welcome This combined steamer and blender is particularly suitable for preparing small amounts of baby food The combined steamer and blender supports all parents in preparing fresh meals for their babies with a simple steaming and blending function combined in one appliance

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General description

1 Lid with steam hole 8 Motor unit 2 Sieve 9 Steaming light 3 Blade unit 10 Control knob 4 Jar with blade unit holder 11 Valve 5 Filling opening of water tank 12 Spatula 6 Steam outlet on motor unit 13 Measuring cup

7 Locking area for handle 14 Bottom of the appliance with mains cord

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Things to Note

Check the temperature of the baby food on the back of your hand before you feed your baby

Do not exceed the maximum level indicated on the jar (450 ml).

Use 200 ml/7 oz distilled water to fill the water tank

Do not chop hard ingredients such as ice cubes and sugar cubes

Put the blade unit on the blade unit holder in the jar before putting food in the jar when steaming or blending

Always put the sieve in the lid of the jar (click).

30s

Do not let the appliance blend for more than 30 seconds at a time

Descale the appliance every 4 weeks

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Before first use

1 Remove all packaging material from the appliance 2 Clean all parts except the motor unit (see chapter Cleaning and maintenance)

Using the appliance

Always make sure that the lid has cooled down after steaming before you remove it to add more ingredients for blending, if necessary Do not exceed the maximum level indicated on the jar Empty the water tank before you refill it to start a new steaming process. Always make sure that the top edge of the green blade unit is not covered with food when you start steaming This appliance is intended for steaming fresh solid ingredients and then blending them to obtain baby food. See the recipe booklet for some examples. Normally you would first steam the ingredients and then blend them However, you can also use the appliance for steaming or blending only When you use the appliance for blending only, skip sections Filling the water tank and Steaming and only follow the instructions in section Blending. After blending, never steam already blended food Never steam the same batch of ingredients for longer than 20 minutes or more than once. This appliance is NOT intended for:

Defrosting food Steaming frozen food Steaming already blended food Steaming the same ingredients for more than 20 minutes Cooking rice and pasta Blending ingredients first and then steaming them Heating up fluids, e.g. soup or water Keeping food warm for several hours Reheating food

Filling the water tank 1 Fill the measuring cup with water up to the required level

The measuring cup shows millilitres and the corresponding steaming time in minutes See the separate recipe booklet for the recommended quantities of the recipes

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2 Pour the water into the filling opening and close the lid.

Note: Never put anything else than water in the water tank.

Steaming If certain vegetables and fruits are steamed gently, they are perfect for babies who start to eat solid food Steaming is the healthiest way of preparing food, as the food retains lots of vitamins and other healthy nutrients Note: You can find recipes and the cooking times required for these recipes in the separate recipe booklet. Note that the recipes are related to the age of the child. Note: Do not steam frozen ingredients because the appliance cannot heat up frozen food to the temperature required for steaming. Always defrost frozen solid ingredients before you steam them in this appliance. Shake off any excess water from the defrosted ingredients before you put them in the jar. 1 Put the blade unit on the blade unit holder in the jar

2 Cut solid ingredients into small pieces (cubes not bigger than 2-3cm) before you put them in the jar

Note: Do not process a large quantity of solid ingredients at the same time. Process these ingredients in a series of small batches instead. 3 Put the ingredients in the jar

Note: Do not exceed the top edge of the green blade unit. Note: Never put water or any other liquid in the jar for steaming, to avoid damage to the appliance.

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4 Put the valve in the lid

Note: Make sure the valve is fixed properly. 5 Put the sieve in the lid of the jar (click)

6 Place the lid on the jar and turn it clockwise to fix it. The small projections on the lid have to slide into the grooves in the jar Make sure that the large projection of the lid is placed exactly over the handle of the jar

7 Place the jar upside down on the motor unit, ie with the lid downwards Make sure that the handle is on the right-hand side and that it is attached properly

Note: The appliance does not start steaming if the jar and handle are not in the correct position.

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8 Turn the control knob to the steaming position The steaming light lights up orange to indicate that the appliance is steaming

Hot steam or hot water could burn your fingers. Do not touch and never let children touch hot parts and steam, as this may cause scalds

The steaming time depends on the amount of water you have put in the water tank See the table in chapter Ingredients and steaming times and the recipe booklet

When the steaming process is finished, the appliance produces a buzzing sound and the steaming light goes out

9 Set the control knob to the off position. Wait 2 minutes until no more steam comes out of the steam outlet, to avoid scalding by hot steam

Note: If you want to steam another batch of ingredients, let the appliance cool down for 10 minutes before you start steaming again. 10 If you want to proceed with blending the steamed food, follow the instructions in

section Blending after steaming below 11 Under normal conditions, no water remains in the water tank after steaming

However, in some situations (eg in case of scale build-up inside the water tank, interruption of the steaming process or unintended use), some water could remain in the water tank In this case, empty the water tank completely after use to avoid bacterial growth To descale the water tank, see chapter Cleaning and maintenance

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Blending after steaming 1 Grab the jar handle and lift the jar off the motor unit. Turn the jar around and

shake it so that the food falls down onto the blade unit

Only touch the jar handle The lid, bottom and outer surface of the jar are hot

2 If necessary, remove the lid and add additional ingredients for blending (eg water or oil)

Always make sure that the lid of the jar and the lid of the water tank have cooled down after steaming before you open them to add more ingredients to the jar or to remove the remaining water from the water tank After you have put liquids in the jar, never put the jar in the steaming position 3 Place the jar upright on the motor unit, ie with the lid upwards Make sure the

handle is on the right-hand side and positioned between the two ridges of the locking area

4 Turn the control knob to the blending position Hold the knob in this position until the food is properly blended

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There is a 30 seconds timer for blending function as an overheat protection If you have not finished blending after 30 seconds, the appliance will switch off and beep twice as a notification. After cooling down for 30 seconds, the appliance beeps once and you can start blending again Note: If the ingredients stick to the wall of the jar, switch off the appliance and loosen them with the spatula or add some liquid. Note: Make sure that the blended baby food has the right consistency (e.g. no lumps) before you serve it. Note: If the baby food is still too solid, add some fluid (e.g. water) until the baby food is soft and smooth. 5 When you have finished blending, simply release the control knob.

The knob automatically returns to the off position. 6 Unplug the appliance 7 Remove the blade unit Be careful when you remove the blade unit as it might be

hot Remove the blended food from the jar If necessary, use the spatula included with this appliance

Make sure that the baby food is at a safe temperature for your baby 8 Under normal conditions, no water remains in the water tank after steaming

However, in some situations (eg in case of scale build-up inside the water tank, interruption of the steaming process or unintended use), some water could remain in the water tank In this case, empty the water tank completely after use to avoid bacterial growth To descale the water tank, see chapter Cleaning and maintenance

Blending without steaming The appliance is intended for:

pureeing steamed and cooked ingredients for baby food blending fluids and fruits for baby drinks

The appliance is not intended for chopping hard ingredients such as ice cubes and sugar cubes After you have put liquids in the jar, never put the jar in the steaming position Note: When you blend fluids, make sure you do not fill the jar beyond the maximum level indication on the jar. Note: Never steam baby food after you have blended it.

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1 Put the blade unit on the blade unit holder in the jar

2 Cut solid ingredients into small pieces (cubes not bigger than 2-3 cm) before you put them in the jar

Tip: Do not process a large quantity of solid ingredients at the same time. Process these ingredients in a series of small batches instead. 3 Put the ingredients in the jar

Note: Do not exceed the top edge of the green blade unit. 4 Put the valve in the lid

Note: Make sure the valve is fixed properly. 5 Put the sieve in the lid of the jar (click)

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6 Place the lid on the jar and turn it clockwise to fix it. The small projections on the lid have to slide into the grooves in the jar Make sure that the large projection of the lid is placed exactly over the handle of the jar

7 Place the jar upright on the motor unit, ie with the lid upwards Make sure the handle is on the right-hand side and positioned between the two ridges of the locking area

8 Turn the control knob to the blending position Hold the knob in this position until the food is blended properly

There is a 30 seconds timer for blending function as an overheat protection If you have not finished blending after 30 seconds, the appliance will switch off and beep twice as a notification. After cooling down for 30 seconds, the appliance beeps once and you can start blending again Note: If the ingredients stick to the wall of the jar, switch off the appliance and loosen them with the spatula or add some liquid. Do not exceed the maximum level indication on the jar. Note: Make sure that the blended baby food has the right consistency (e.g. no lumps) before you serve it. Note: If the baby food is still too solid, add some fluid (e.g. water) until the baby food is soft and smooth. Do not exceed the maximum level indication on the jar. Note: Never steam baby food after you have blended it.

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9 When you have finished blending, simply release the control knob.

The knob automatically returns to the off position. 10 Unplug the appliance 11 Remove the blade unit Be careful when you remove the blade unit as it might be

hot Remove the blended food from the jar If necessary, use the spatula included with this appliance

Make sure that the baby food is at a safe temperature for your baby

Ingredients and steaming times

Type of food Ingredient Approximate steaming time*

Fruit Apple 5 min Oranges 10 min Peach 10 min Pear 5 min Pineapple 15 min Plum 10 min

Vegetables Asparagus 10 min Broccoli 20 min Carrot 15 min Cauliflower 15 min Celery 15 min Courgette 15 min Fennel 15 min French beans 20 min Leek 15 min Onion 15 min Peas 20 min Pepper 15 min

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Type of food Ingredient Approximate steaming time*

Potato 20 min Pumpkin 15 min Spinach 15 min Swede 15 min Sweet potato 15 min Tomato 15 min

Meat Chicken, beef, lamb, pork etc 20 min Fish Salmon, sole, cod, trout etc 15 min

* All food has to be cut in small cubes, no bigger than 2-3 cm Note: The measuring cup shows millilitres and the corresponding steaming time in minutes (50 ml = 5 min, 100 ml = 10 min, 150 ml = 15 min, 200 ml = 20 min)

Cleaning and maintenance

Clean the appliance after every use Never immerse the motor unit in water Never use bleach or chemical sterilising solutions/tablets in the appliance Never use scouring pads, abrasive cleaning agents or aggressive liquids such as petrol, acetone or alcohol to clean the appliance 1 Unplug the appliance and remove the jar from the motor unit

2 Remove the lid from the jar and turn the lid upside down

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3 Remove the sieve and the valve from the lid

4 Clean the valve in hot water with some washing-up liquid and rinse it under the tap

5 Remove the blade unit from the jar

6 Clean the blade unit under the tap thoroughly, immediately after use Make sure you also rinse the inside of the tube of the blade unit

Handle the blade unit very carefully The cutting edges are very sharp Note: If you want to clean the blade unit more thoroughly, you can also place it in the dishwasher after you have rinsed it. 7 Clean the other parts that have come into contact with food in hot water with

some washing-up liquid immediately after use Note: All parts, except the motor unit, can also be cleaned in the dishwasher. 8 If necessary, clean the motor unit with a moist cloth 9 Check if any food particles have entered the water tank You can do this by looking

into the filling opening to see if there are any food particles in it or by checking if the water has an unusual colour and by smelling if the water tank produces an unpleasant or a burnt smell If this is the case, clean the water tank (see section Cleaning the water tank in this chapter)

10 Leave the lid of the filling opening open to prevent bacterial growth.

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Descaling the water tank If food particles enter the water tank, they may get stuck onto the heating element in the water tank during the next steaming processes These particles cannot be removed by just rinsing the water tank In addition, you have to descale the appliance every four weeks to ensure it continues to work 100 % effectively. To reduce scale build-up, it is helpful to use pre-boiled or filtered water in the appliance To remove food particles inside the water tank and to descale the appliance, follow the descaling instructions below 1 Make sure the appliance is switched off. 2 Add 50 ml white vinegar (8 % acetic acid) to 150 ml water Note: You can also citric acid based descalers. Do not use other types of descalers. 3 Fill the water tank with the solution of vinegar (or citric acid) and water 4 Close the lid of the filling opening. 5 Place the empty jar (without any food inside) fully assembled with blade unit and

lid on the motor unit in steaming position (ie with the lid pointing downwards) 6 Turn the control knob to steaming position

The steaming light lights up orange to indicate that the appliance is steaming 7 Switch off the appliance after 5-6 min of steaming and unplug it. 8 Pour the used solution of vinegar (8 % acetic acid) and water out of the water tank

9 Rinse the water tank and the jar thoroughly with fresh water several times 10 Fill the tank with 200 ml water and let the appliance complete a steaming process

of 20 minutes with the empty jar before you use the appliance with food again 11 Leave the lid of the filling opening open to prevent bacterial growth.

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Recycling

This symbol means that this product shall not be disposed of with normal household waste (2012/19/EU).

Follow your countrys rules for the separate collection of electrical and electronic products Correct disposal helps prevent negative consequences for the environment and human health

Storage

1 Empty the water tank before you store the appliance

2 Make sure all parts are clean and dry before you store the appliance (see chapter Cleaning and maintenance)

3 Store the appliance with the blade unit in the jar to prevent damage 4 Do not place the lid on the jar and leave the lid of the filling opening open to

avoid bacterial growth

Guarantee and support

If you need information or support, please visit www.philips.com/support or read the separate worldwide guarantee leaflet.

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Technical specifications

Voltage/wattage: see type plate on the bottom of the appliance. Maximum capacity of water tank: 200 ml Maximum capacity of jar, liquids: 450 ml Protection: temperature-controlled heating system and safety lock

Troubleshooting

This chapter summarises the most common problems you could encounter with the appliance If you are unable to solve the problem with the information below, visit www.philips.com/support for a list of frequently asked questions or contact the Consumer Care Centre in your country

Problem Possible cause Solution The appliance does not work

The appliance is equipped with a safety lock If the parts have not been assembled properly onto the motor unit, the appliance does not work

Assemble all parts properly. See chapter Using the appliance.

The steaming light does not go on

The appliance is not connected to the mains

Put the plug in the wall socket

The jar is not placed on the motor unit properly

Place the jar on the motor unit properly

You want to start a second steaming process just after one has finished.

Switch off the appliance and let it cool down for a few minutes before you start a second steaming process

The ingredients are not heated up completely

The pieces in the jar are too big, there is too much food in the jar or you have not steamed the food long enough

Cut the food into smaller pieces (2-3 cm), decrease the amount of food in the jar or select a longer steaming time (max. 20 minutes). Check the recipe booklet and/or the table in chapter Ingredients and steaming times to make sure that you select the correct steaming time for the ingredients you want to steam or the recipe you want to prepare

The appliance does not steam

You have not put water in the appliance

Switch off the appliance and put the right amount of water in the appliance

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Problem Possible cause Solution You have not put the jar on the motor unit in the correct position

Place the jar on the appliance in the correct position (see section Steaming in chapter Using the appliance).

Steaming takes too long or the steam function does not work at all

There is too much scale in the water tank

Descale the water tank. See chapter Cleaning and maintenance, section Descaling.

Steam is coming out of the filling opening

The lid of the filling opening is not closed properly

Close the lid of the filling opening properly (click).

The steam outlet on the motor unit is blocked by food or by scale

Clean the steam outlet with a pointy object without damaging the seal and follow the descaling instructions in the future See chapter Cleaning and maintenance, section Descaling.

The steam hole in the lid is blocked

Remove the valve and clean the steam hole in the lid properly

The steaming light goes on again after the steaming process is finished. After some time, the appliance buzzes again.

You have accidentally left the jar on the base for more than 10 minutes without switching off the appliance

Switch off the appliance within 10 minutes after the steaming process is finished and then blend the food or remove it from the jar

The blade unit or motor unit is blocked

There is too much food in the jar

Switch off the appliance and process a smaller quantity. Do not fill the jar beyond the top edge of the green blade unit

The motor unit gives off an unpleasant smell during the first few times of use

This is normal If the appliance continues to give off this smell after you have used it a few times, check whether the processing quantity and processing time are correct See chapter Ingredients and steaming times.

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Problem Possible cause Solution The appliance continues to give off an unpleasant smell after I used it a few times

You put too much food in the jar or you let the appliance blend too long

Process smaller quantities and do not let the appliance blend for more than 30 seconds at a time

The appliance makes a lot of noise, produces an unpleasant smell, feels hot to the touch, emits smoke, etc

There is too much food in the jar

Switch off the appliance and process a smaller quantity

You let the appliance operate too long without interruption

Do not let the appliance blend for more than 30 seconds at a time

The lid of the jar leaks

You have not assembled the lid on the jar properly

Assemble the lid on the jar properly See chapter Using the appliance.

There is too much food in the jar

Switch off the appliance and process a smaller quantity

There are white spots on the filling opening and/or on the jar, sieve and lid

Scale has built up on these parts

This is normal Remove the scale periodically See chapter Cleaning and maintenance, section Descaling.

The appliance produces a lot of noise while it is blending

The sieve is not attached to the lid of the jar

Make sure that the sieve is attached to the lid of the jar

The water in the water tank has an unusual colour when you pour it out of the water tank or when it enters the jar during steaming, or the water in the water tank has an unpleasant smell

Food particles have entered the water tank during use

Clean the water tank according to the instructions in chapter Cleaning and maintenance, section Cleaning the water tank. Use the appliance strictly according to the instructions. Make sure you do not overfill the water tank with water (max 200 ml) and that you do not overfill the jar with food (do not fill the jar beyond the top edge of the green blade unit). Do not steam the same ingredients for more than 20 minutes and do not put water for steaming directly in the jar Also make sure that the valve is fixed in the lid.

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Problem Possible cause Solution A smell of grilled or burnt food comes out of the water tank

Food particles have entered the water tank during use and have caked onto the heating element

Clean the water tank according to the instructions in chapter Cleaning and maintenance, section Cleaning the water tank. Use the appliance strictly according to the instructions. Make sure you do not overfill the water tank with water (max 200 ml) and that you do not overfill the jar with food (do not fill the jar beyond the top edge of the green blade unit). Do not steam the same ingredients for more than 20 minutes and do not put water for steaming directly in the jar Also make sure that the valve is fixed in the lid.

There are dark spots in the baby food or the water in the jar has an unusual colour

Food particles have entered the water tank during use and have caked onto the heating element This causes residues of these food particles to enter the jar during steaming

Clean the water tank according to the instructions in chapter Cleaning and maintenance, section Cleaning the water tank. Use the appliance strictly according to the instructions. Make sure you do not overfill the water tank with water (max 200ml) and that you

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