Silvercrest SKM 550 A1 Operating instructions

KITCHEN TOOLS
Food Processor SKM 550 A1
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Food Processor
Operating instructions
KOMPERNASS GMBH
BURGSTRASSE 21 · D-44867 BOCHUM
www.kompernass.com
ID-Nr.: SKM550A1-08/10-V2
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CONTENT
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Safety Notices
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Intended Use
2
Technical data
3
Items supplied
3
Appliance description
3
Taking into use
3
Operating positions
4
Working with kneading hooks, beaters and whisks
4
Working with the food processor
5
Working with the mixer
6
Cleaning and care
7
Troubleshooting
7
Disposal
8
Warranty & Service
8
Importer
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Recommended filling quantities
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Read these operating instructions carefully before using the appliance for the first time and preserve this
maual for later reference. Pass this manual on to whoever might acquire the appliance at a future date.
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FOOD PROCESSOR
Warning: Never submerse the appliance in
water or other liquids. Danger of electrical
shock!
Safety Notices
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Risk of personal injuries!
• Caution: the cutting and rasping discs and the
mixing knives are very sharp!
• Take care with their installation and removal, as
well as when cleaning them!
• Attention: When the machine is running, only
insert into the mixing bowl, food processor or
the mixer the ingredients to be processed.
• To avoid personal injury and damage to the
appliance, NEVER insert or place your hands or
foreign objects into the loading shaft or in the
mixer.
• Only exchange accessories when the drive has
come to a complete standstill.
• After being switched off, the drive continues to
run for a short time!
• NEVER leave the appliance unsupervised.
Danger of electrical shock!
Ensure that the power supply to be used tallies
with the details on the model details plate.
Ensure that the power cable never becomes wet
or moist whilst in use.
Always place the power cable so that it cannot
be trapped or otherwise sustain damage. Do not
allow the power cable to hang from the work
area.
Should the power cable or plug be damaged, to
avoid possibly life-threatening risks immediately
arrange for it to be replaced by qualified specialists
or the customer services department.
Remove the plug from the wall socket when the
appliance is not in use, before cleaning it and if
it malfunctions. Switching off the appliance is not
sufficient because the appliance receives power
as long as the power plug is connected to the
socket. You can thus avoid unintentional switch-on
of the appliance. After power-outages the appliance
continues to run!
Do not operate the appliance without ingredients.
Risk of overheating!
This appliance is not intended for use by individuals
(including children) with restricted physical,
physiological or intellectual abilities or deficiences in experience and/or knowledge unless
they are supervised by a person responsible for
their safety or receive from this person instruction
in how the appliance is to be used.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they
do not play with the appliance.
Intended Use
The appliance is intended for the processing of foodstuffs
in private-domestic quantities and intended only for
use in private houselholds, in enclosed spaces
protected from the elements.
The appliance is not intended for use in commercial
or industrial applications or for use outdoors. The
appliance may only be used with original accessories.
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Technical data
Appliance description
Mains voltage:
Power consumption:
max. capacity
Mixing bowl:
Mixer:
q Kneading hooks with dough deflecter
w Mixing beater
e Whisk
r Mixer with lid and funnel
t Accessory holder
y Mixing bowl with lid
u Food processor
i Rubbing disc
o Rasper turning disc
a Drive shaft for food processor
s Cutter turning disc
d Lid with stodger for the food processor
f Unlocking button
g Turn-switch
h Swivel arm
j Drive motor
k Recesses for the mixing bowl
l Cable storage compartment
220–240 V / 50 Hz
550 W
ca. 3,8 l
ca. 1 l
Items supplied
Food Processor
Stainless steel mixing bowl with lid
Mixer with lid and funnel
Food processor with stodger
Cutter turning disc (thick and thin)
Rasper turning disc (coarse and medium-fine)
Rubbing disc (fine)
Kneading hooks with dough deflecter
Beater
Whisk
Accessory holder
Assembly material
Operating Instructions
Taking into use
• Before taking the appliance into use, check that
all listed items are present and that there are no
visible damages on/to them.
• Remove all packaging materials from the appliance.
• Before the first usage thoroughly clean all component parts as described in the section „Cleaning
and care“.
• Place the appliance on a flat and clean surface.
• Secure the appliance to the surface with the four
suction discs.
• Remove the power cable from the cable storage
compartment l.
• Insert the plug into the power socket.
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Operating positions
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To prepare the appliance for work with kneading
hooks q, beaters w and whisk e, proceed as
follows:
• Press the unlocking button f and bring the swivel
arm h into operating position 4 (see chapter
„Operating positions“) (Fig. ).
• Insert the mixing bowl y. The base of the mixing
bowl y must engage in the recesses k on the
appliance.
• Press the unlocking button f and bring the swivel
arm h into operating position 1 (see chapter
„Operating positions“) (Fig. ).
• Place and hold turn-switch g in position P, until
the drive motor j remains stationary in the park
position (Fig. ). Should the drive motor not
move it is already at the park position.
• Press the unlocking button f and bring the swivel
arm h into operating position 4 (see chapter
„Operating positions“) (Fig. ).
• Depending on the task to be performed, insert
the kneading hooks q, beaters w or whisks e
so that they firmly engage in the drive j motor.
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Note: The kneading hooks q are fitted with a
pastry deflector. Turn the pastry deflector until the
kneading hooks q can engage (Fig. ).
Important: Only operate the appliance when
accessories are attached and in the operating
positions shown in this table. NEVER operate the
appliance without ingredients.
Position
Accessories
1
2
Positioning of the mixing bowl
Utilisation of kneading hooks,
beaters and whisks
• Place the ingredients to be processed into the
mixing bowl y.
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Insertion of large amounts to
be processed
Note: Pay heed that during the kneading
and/or mixing process the pastry in the mixing
bowl increases in volume, or is pressed upwards
through the rotary movement. Take note of the
table in the chapter „Recommended filling
quantities“.
Working with kneading hooks,
beaters and whisks
• Press the unlocking button f down and bring the
swivel arm h to just before operating position 1
(see chapter "Operating positions") (Fig. ),
but do not allow it to engage.
• Slide the lid onto the mixing bowl y.
Note: The appliance may only be used when
the drive openings not being utilised are
covered with drive protection lids.
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• Move the swivel arm h the final distance to
operating position 1 (see chapter "Operating
positions") and let it engage, so that the lid is
firmly seated.
• Set the rotary switch g to the desired level.
• Remove the mixing bowl y.
• Clean all parts (see chapter "Cleaning and care").
Working with the food
processor
Risk of injury from rotating parts!
NEVER reach into the mixing bowl y when it is in use.
Note: Ensure that on the swivel arm h neither
the kneading hooks q, the whisk e nor the
mixing beater w are attached.
Only change accessories when the drive motor j
is at standstill! After being switched off, the drive motor
j continues to run for a short time. The appliance
may only be used when the drive openings not
being utilised are covered with drive protection lids.
In cases of malfunction switch the appliance off and
remove the plug from the wall socket, this will avoid
an unintentional switching-on of the appliance.
Proceed as follows to prepare the appliance for
operation with the food processor u:
• Press the unlocking button f down and bring
the swivel arm h into operating position 4
(see chapter "Operating positions“) (Fig ).
• Insert the mixing bowl y. The base of the mixing
bowl y must engage in the recesses k on the
appliance.
• Press the unlocking button f down and bring
the swivel arm h into operating position 1
(see chapter "Operating positions“).
• Remove the drive protection lid for the food
processor u (Fig. ).
• Insert the food processor u into the drive opening
(The "dot" marking on the food processor u to
the "arrow" marking on the swivel arm h) and
then turn it clockwise as far as it will go (The "lock"
marking on the food processor onto the "arrow"
marking on the swivel arm h).
• Insert the drive shaft a.
• Depending on the task to be performed, place
the cutting s, rasping o or rubbing i disc
onto the drive shaft a of the food processor.
• Place the lid with stodger d onto the food processor u and latch it down.
• Set the rotary switch g to the desired level.
Refilling with ingredients
• Turn the appliance off with the rotary switch g.
• Turn the rotary switch g to P and hold it firmly
until the drive motor j comes to a standstill
(Fig. ).
• Press the unlocking button f down and raise
the swivel arm h a little.
• Remove the lid.
• Press the unlocking button f down and bring
the swivel arm h into operating position 5 (see
chapter "Operating positions“).
• Fill with ingredients.
On task completion
• Turn the appliance off with the rotary switch g.
• Turn the rotary switch g to P and hold it firmly
until the drive motor j comes to a standstill
(Fig. ).
• Press the unlocking button f down and raise
the swivel arm h a little.
• Remove the lid.
• Press the unlocking button f down and bring
the swivel arm h into operating position 4
(see chapter "Operating positions“).
• Remove the accessories from the drive motor j.
Note: Do not press too many ingredients in the
food processor u. Take note of the table in the
chapter „Recommended filling quantities“.
• Insert ingredients through the loading shaft with
the stodger d.
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Note: Take note of the table in the chapter
„Recommended filling quantities“.
Risk of injury from rotating parts!
To avoid personal injury and damage to the appliance, NEVER insert or place your hands or foreign
objects into the loading shaft. Only insert
ingredients by use of the stodger.
Only change accessories when the drive motor j
is at standstill! After being switched off, the drive motor
j continues to run for a short time. The appliance
may only be used when the drive openings not
being utilised are covered with drive protection lids.
In cases of malfunction switch the appliance off and
remove the plug from the wall socket, this will avoid
an unintentional switching-on of the appliance.
• Position the lid with funnel and then press it firmly
so that the lid locks into place.
• Set the rotary switch g to the desired level.
Risk of injury from sharp knife/rotating
drive!
NEVER reach into the mixer r when it is in use!
Remove/put on the knife ONLY when the mixer r
is at a standstill! Only use the mixer r with the lid
firmly in position.
In cases of malfunction switch the appliance off and
remove the plug from the wall socket, this will avoid
an unintentional switching-on of the appliance.
On task completion
• Switch the appliance off with the rotary switch g.
• Turn the food processor u anti-clockwise and
remove it.
• Disassemble the food processor u and clean all
parts (see chapter „Cleaning and care“).
Refilling with ingredients
• Turn the appliance off with the rotary switch g.
• Press the button on the handle of the mixer r
(Fig. ), remove the lid and fill with ingredients
or
• remove the funnel and slowly refill with solids
through the refill opening
or
• refill with fluid ingredients by means of the
trichter.
Working with the mixer
Risk of scalds!
Allow hot fluids to cool to a hand-warm temperature
(ca. 30–40°C) before they are poured into the
mixer r.
On task completion
• Switch the appliance off with the rotary switch g.
• Turn the mixer r clockwise and remove it.
Proceed as follows to prepare the appliance for operation with the mixer r:
• Press the unlocking button f and bring the
swivel arm h into operating position 3 (see
chapter „Operating positions“).
• Remove the drive protection lid for the mixer
(Fig. ).
• Fit the mixer r (Marking on the base onto the
marking on the base machine) and turn it
anti-clockwise as far as it will go (Fig. ).
• Fill with ingredients.
Maximum amounts: 1 litre;
foaming liquids, maximum 0,5 litre; optimal
processing amount for solids: 50–100 g
Note: The mixer r is best cleaned immediately
after use (see chapter „Cleaning and care“).
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Cleaning and care
When cleaning them in the dishwasher, ensure that
the plastic parts do not become jammed. Otherwise, they may deform!
Risk of electrical shocks.
Before cleaning, remove the mains power plug!
Otherwise, there is the great risk of receiving an
electric shock!
Cleaning the mixer
Risk of injury from the sharp knife!
Do not handle the mixer knife with bare hands.
Warning: Never submerse the appliance in
water or other liquids.
Attention!
DO NOT use any abrasive cleaning agents.
For cleaning, put some water with detergent into
the assembled for use mixer r.
Attention!
DO NOT use any abrasive cleaning agents. These
could damage the upper surfaces of the appliance!
For cleaning, pour some water with a little detergent into the already fitted blender r.
Press the lid with funnel on such that the lid locks
firmly into place.
Switch the mixer r on for a few seconds. Pour out
the cleaning solution and then rinse the mixer r
with clear water. Possible residues can be removed
with a dishwashing brush.
The mixer r is NOT suitable for cleaning in a dishwasher. Cleaning it in a dishwasher will cause irreparable damage to the mixer r.
Note: To prevent the drying-on of food remnants, ALWAYS clean the appliance and all
parts used immediately after use.
Note: After the processing of colour-rich foods,
such as carrots, the plastic parts could become
discoloured. These discolourations can be
removed with a little cooking oil.
Wipe the appliance with a damp cloth. If necessary, use a mild detergent.
Afterwards, dry the appliance completely.
Troubleshooting
Attention!
Do not clean the drive protective cover in a dishwasher! This would cause irreparable damage to
the drive protective cover. Clean it in warm water
with a little detergent and dry it well before the next
use.
If the appliance suddenly ceases operation:
The appliance has overheated and triggered the
automatic safety switch-off.
• Place the rotary switch g at 0.
• Remove the plug from the wall socket.
• Allow the appliance to cool for 15 minutes.
• If, after 15 minutes, the appliance has not yet
cooled off completely, it will not start.
• Wait a further 15 minutes and try switching on again.
Cleaning the mixing bowl y, food processor u,
lid with stodger d and accessories
Clean all accessories, the mixing bowl y, the food
processor u and the appendant lid with stodger d
in water with a little detergent. Possible residues can
be removed with a dishwashing brush. Rinse with
clear warm water and dry them well.
The accessories mixing bowl y, food processor u
and the associated cover with stodger d are also
suitable for cleaning in the dishwasher.
If the appliance does not switch itself on:
• Check to see if the plug is in the power socket.
• Check to see if the drive protection lids for the
mixer r and food processor u, the mixing
bowl y and the lid are correctly placed and
properly engaged.
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• Check to see if the swivel arm h is in the required
position (see chapter „Operating positions“).
The warranty covers only claims for material and
maufacturing defects, but not for transport damage,
for wearing parts or for damage to fragile components, e.g. buttons or batteries. This product is for
private use only and is not intended for commercial
use. The warranty is void in the case of abusive and
improper handling, use of force and internal tampering not carried out by our authorized service
branch. Your statutory rights are not restricted in
any way by this warranty.
The warranty period will not be extended by repairs
made under warranty. This applies also to replaced
and repaired parts. Any damage and defects extant
on purchase must be reported immediately after unpacking the appliance, at the latest, two days after
the purchase date. Repairs made after the expiration of the warranty period are subject to payment.
Should the measures described above not provide
a solution, then the appliance is defective. Arrange
for the appliance to be repaired in a qualified
specialist workshop or by customer services.
Disposal
Do not dispose of the appliance in your
normal domestic waste. This product is
subject to the European guideline
2002/96/EC.
Dispose of the appliance through an approved disposal centre or at your community waste facility.
Observe the currently applicable regulations.
In case of doubt, please contact your waste disposal
centre.
DES UK LTD
Tel.: 0871 5000 700 (£ 0.10 / minute)
e-mail: support.uk@kompernass.com
Dispose of packaging materials in an
environmentally responsible manner.
Kompernass Service Ireland
Tel.: 1850 930 412 (0,082 EUR/Min.)
Standard call rates apply. Mobile operators may vary.
e-mail: support.ie@kompernass.com
Warranty & Service
CY Kompernass Service Cyprus
Tel.: 800 9 44 01
e-mail: support.cy@kompernass.com
The warranty for this appliance is for 3 years from
the date of purchase. The appliance has been manufactured with care and meticulously examined before delivery. Please retain your receipt as proof of
purchase. In the event of a warranty claim, please
make contact by telephone with our Service Department. Only in this way can a post-free despatch for
your goods be assured.
Importer
KOMPERNASS GMBH
BURGSTRASSE 21
D-44867 BOCHUM
www.kompernass.com
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Recommended filling quantities
Attachment
Accessories
Foodstuff
Amount
Time
Level
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Juice
400 g Ingredients +
600 ml Water
30 sec.
3, 4
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Nuts
Almonds
100 g
20 sec.
3, 4
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Ice cubes
110 g
10 sec.
3, 4
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Fluids
1000 ml
10 sec.
3, 4
carrots, potatoes,
cucumber
500 g *1
25 sec.
2, 3, 4
carrots, potatoes,
cucumber
500 g *2
50 sec.
2, 3, 4
carrots, potatoes,
cucumber
500 g
25 sec.
2, 3, 4
carrots, potatoes,
cucumber
500 g *1
25 sec.
2, 3, 4
carrots, potatoes,
cucumber
500 g *2
40 sec.
2, 3, 4
1. Stir process:
2 min.
1
Yeast dough
500 g Flour, 1 Egg, 80 g
Oil (room temperature),
80 g Sugar, 200–250ml
Warm milk, 25 g Fresh
yeast or 1 packet of dried
yeast, 1 pinch of Salt *3
2. Stir process:
10 min.
2
1. Stir process:
30 sec.
1
125 g butter (room
temperature),
100–125 g Sugar,
1 Egg,
1 pinch salt
250 g flour *4
Biscuit pastry
Meringue
2. Stir process:
2, 3, 4
6 min.
8 Egg whites
*1: Use the rough side of the raspel or cutter turning disc.
*2: Use the fine side of the raspel or cutter turning disc.
*3: The maximum volume for yeast dough amounts to 1.5 times the given recipe.
*4: The maximum volume for biscuit pastry amounts to 1.5 to 2 times the given recipe.
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2–3 min.
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