What to do if your appliance does not work?
Check:
- The connection and the fuse.
- That the accessories are properly locked on the motor unit.
- That the lids are properly locked
- When using the bowl assembly (B), that the liquidiser drive cover (A1) is locked.
Your appliance still does not work?
Contact our Helpline: 0845 330 4554 – UK
(01) 47 51947 – Ireland
Ovatio
Food Processor
Instructions
Accessories
If you require extra or replacement accessories, please call our Helpline above.
Thank you for choosing a product from the Moulinex range.
This product is intended exclusively for preparing food.
We hope you will enjoy using this Moulinex
Ovatio food processor.
Please read this full instruction booklet to help you achieve the best
results from your processor.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding this or any Moulinex
appliance, please call our Customer Relations Team on:
0845 330 4554 - UK
(01) 47 51947 - Ireland
You can also e-mail us on:
customerrelations@moulinex.co.uk
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Description
Accessories Depending on Model
A
Motor Unit
D
Blades
A1
Liquidiser drive cover
D1
Metal blade
A2
Liquidiser cover
D2
Plastic kneading blade
A3
Bowl and accessory drive
E
Grating/Slicing discs
A4
Cover release button (A1)
E1
Disc holder
A5
0 – 1 – 2 speed selector
E2
A6
Pulse button (intermittent speed)
4 discs
Coarse grating (c) / coarse slicing (H)
Fine grating (A) / fine slicing (D)
F
Whisk
F1
Whisk drive
F2
Whisk
G
Emulsifying disc
H
Citrus press
H1
Cone
H2
Filter basket
H3
Drive
I
Liquidiser
I1
Measuring cup
I2
Lid
I3
Jug
I4
Locking lid slot
B
Bowl assembly
B1
Pusher with measuring section
B2
Lid with feeder tube
B3
Bowl
B3a drive
B3b nut
C
Spindle
J
Juice extractor
J1
Pusher
J2
Lid
J3
Lid seal
J4
Filter band
J5
Filter holder
K
Mini chopper
K1
Lid
K2
Bowl
L
Grinder
L1
Lid
L2
Bowl
M
Spatula
N
Storage cage for accessories
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A
A5
B1
B
C
2
A1
B2
PULSE
A6
A2
A4
C
A3
B3
I1
14
D1
L1
I2
L
D
I
L2
13
D2
M
E1
E
J1
E2
J2
N
J3
F1
J
F
J4
1
F2
J5
G
H1
K
H
K1
H2
H3
K2
Wiring Instructions for UK and Ireland Only
- The power cable must never be close to a heat source
or resting on sharp edges.
IMPORTANT
The wires in this cord are coloured in accordance with
the following codes
Blue: Neutral
Brown: Live
- For your own safety, use only Moulinex accessories and
spare parts which are suitable for your appliance.
Connect the Brown wire to the terminal in the plug
marked “L” or coloured Red. Connect the Blue wire to
the terminal in the plug marked “N” or coloured black. A
13amp fuse should be fitted when the appliance is
connected to a BS 1363 plug. Seek professional advice
if you are unsure of the correct procedure of the above.
- Only remove the accessories when the appliance has
come to a complete stop.
Voltage
This appliance is designed to work on 230-240 volts AC
only. Check that the mains supply corresponds to that
shown on the rating plate of the appliance. If the
appliance is to be used in any country other that that of
purchase, it should be checked by an approved Service
Dealer. Standards can vary from country to country.
- Handle the metal blade and discs with great care:
they are extremely sharp.
About your factory fitted plug FOR UK and Ireland ONLY
(Supplied with certain models)
The cord is already fitted with a plug incorporating a 13
amp fuse, if the plug does not fit your socket outlet, see
next paragraph.
This appliance complies with current safety
regulations and requirements as well as directives:
Should you need to replace the fuse in the plug supplied,
a 13 amp approved BS 1362 fuse must be used.
The fuse cover is an important part of the plug. Please ensure
it is always refitted. If you lose this cover please do not use
the plug. You may contact Moulinex for a replacement.
If the plug supplied does not fit your socket outlet, it
should be removed from the mains cord and disposed of
safely. The flexible cord insulation should be stripped back
as appropriate and a suitable alternative plug fitted. The
replacement plug must be equipped with a 13 amp fuse.
IMPORTANT
If the electrical cord of this appliance is damaged, it
must only be replaced by an authorised Service Dealer.
The safety of this appliance complies with the technical
regulations and standards in force.
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3
- Always use the pushers to guide the food in the feeder
tubes, never use your fingers, or a fork, a spoon, a
knife or any utensil.
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1
3
B3b
- Use the accessories one at a time.
5a
- Never touch the parts when they are moving
5b
- Do not run your appliance empty.
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3
- 89/336/CEE modified by 93/68/CEE
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- 73/23/CEE modified by 93/68/CEE
- Do not leave the appliance switched on while unattended
- Use and store it out of children’s reach.
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- Do not use an extension lead. If you accept liability for
doing so, only use an extension lead which is in good
condition, has an earthed plug, and is suited to the
power of the appliance.
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Never use or plug in your appliance if
- Its power cord is faulty of damaged.
- The appliance has been dropped.
- It has visible damage or operating faults.
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In such cases, to avoid any danger contact your nearest
Approved Service Centre to have the appliance repaired,
as special tools are needed.
Safety Recommendations
- If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
an Authorised Service Centre, in order to avoid any danger.
- Always read the Instructions for Use carefully before
using your appliance for the first time: any use which
does not conform to these instructions will absolve
Moulinex from any liability.
- This appliance has been designed for domestic use
only. Any professional use, inappropriate use or failure
to comply with the instructions, the manufacturer accepts
no responsibility and the guarantee does not apply.
- Any intervention other than cleaning and normal
maintenance by the customer must be carried out by
Moulinex approved Service Centre (see list in service booklet).
- Do not place the appliance, the power cable or the
plug under running water or in any other liquid.
- Do not allow the power cable to hang down within
reach of children.
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1
3
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Never dismantle the appliance yourself.
This will negate the guarantee:
- Unplug your appliance as soon as you have finished
using it and when you are cleaning it.
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2
3
2
B3a
- Do not introduce any utensil (spoon, spatula…) by the
feeder tube.
- You must remove the blades (D) and the spindle (C)
before emptying the bowl of its content.
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2
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1
1
2
Using Your Appliance
- Plug the appliance in.
- Pulse (intermittent operation): press the button (A6)
using successive pulses to give you better control when
preparing certain foods.
- Continuous operation: turn the speed selector (A5) to
the required position <<1>> or <<2>>.
1 - Using the chopping bowl drive: the liquidiser drive
cover (A1) must be locked.
- Using the liquidiser drive: make sure that no
accessories are locked on the bowl and accessory drive.
Functions Of Your Food Processor
2 Assembling / Dismantling the Bowl (B3)
The bowl is used with the following accessories
(depending on model):
Blades (D), discs (E)¸whisk (F), emulsifying disc (G),
citrus press (H), juice extractor (J).
- Place the drive (B3a) on the bowl.
- Lock the drive (B3a) with the nut (B3b) as far as it will go.
- Dismantle the bowl assembly and clean it after each use.
3 Mixing /Blending/Chopping/Kneading
Accessories Used (Depending on Model)
- Bowl assembly (B)¸spindle (C), and blades (D):
- Metal blade (D1) for mixing, chopping, kneading or blending.
- Plastic kneading blade (D2) for kneading or blending.
Fitting the Accessories
- Check that the liquidiser drive cover is closed (A1).
- Place the bowl (B3) on the bowl & accessory drive
(A3). Lock it into place using the handle
- Place the spindle (C) on to the bowl drive.
- Slide the metal blade (D1) or the plastic kneading
blade (D2) on to the spindle (C), down to the bottom of
the bowl.
- Place the lid (B2) on the bowl and lock it into place
until it clicks.
Please note: To unlock the blades (D) from the spindle (C):
- Place the assembly bowl on a stable worktop.
- Turn the spindle (C) clockwise, holding the blade (D) by
its upper section.
Usage and Practical Tips
Blending
- Turn the speed selector (A5) to position <<2>> to
start the appliance.
You can blend up to 1 litre of soup, stewed fruits in 20 sec.
Chopping
- Turn the speed selector (A5) to position <<2>> to
start the appliance, or for better control over the
chopping use the Pulse button (A6).
In 15 to 20 sec., you can chop up to 600g of food:
- Hard produce: cheese, dried fruits, certain vegetables
(carrots, celery…)
- soft produce: certain vegetables (onions, spinach…).
- raw or cooked meat (boned, sinew removed and diced).
- raw or cooked fish...
Kneading / Mixing
- Turn the speed selector (A5) to position <<2>> to
start the appliance.
- When kneading, stop the appliance as soon as the
pastry starts to form a ball.
You can:
- knead up to 1.2kg of pastry / dough (biscuit /
shortcrust, and bread) in approximately 60 sec.
- mixing up to 1 litre of pancake, waffle batter etc. in 1
min to 1 min 30 sec.
- mixing up to 1.5 kg of light cake mixture (biscuit,
sponge) in 1 min 30 to 3 min 30 sec.
4 Slicing and Grating
Accessories Used
- Bowl assembly (B), spindle (C), and grating / slicing discs (E)
Fitting the accessories
- Check that the liquidiser drive cover is locked (A1)
- Place the bowl (B3) on the bowl & accessory drive (A3)
Lock it into place using the handle.
- Fit the required disc (E2) on to the disc holder (E1)
- Place the spindle (C) on the drive, then the disc holder (E1)
- Place the lid (B2) on the bowl, then lock it into place
until it clicks.
Usage and Practical Tips
- Put the food through the feeder tube using the pusher (B1)
- Turn the speed selector (A5) to position <<1>> to
slice or <<2>> to grate and then start the appliance.
The slicing/grating discs can (depending on model):
- slice thickly (H) / slice finely (D): potatoes, onions,
cucumbers, beetroot, apples, carrots and cabbage…
- coarsely grate (C) / finely grate (A): celery, potatoes,
carrots, cheeses…
Beating/Whisking/Emulsifying
Accessories Used (Depending on Model)
- Bowl assembly (B), and balloon whisk (F) or
- Bowl assembly (B), emulsifying disc (G) and spindle (C).
Fitting the Accessories
- Check that the liquidiser drive cover is locked (A1).
- Place the bowl (B3) on the bowl accessory drive (A3).
Lock it into place using the handle.
5a With the balloon whisk (F):
- Place it on to the bowl drive.
5b With the emulsifying disc (G):
- Place the spindle (C) on the bowl drive.
- Slide the emulsifying disc on to the spindle.
Then: - Place the ingredients in the bowl.
- Place the lid (B2) on the bowl, then lock it into place
until it clicks.
Usage and Practical Tips
- Turn the speed selector (A5) to position <<1>> or
<<2>> to start the appliance.
- Do not use the balloon whisk or the emulsifying disc to
knead dough or to mix cake mixtures.
You can prepare: mayonnaise, aioli, sauces, egg whites
(1 to 7), whipped cream (up to 0.5 litre).
6 Blending/Mixing Finely
Accessories Used
- Liquidiser jug (I)
Fitting The Accessories
- Press the cover release button (A4) and lift the
liquidiser drive cover (A1)
- Place the ingredients in the liquidiser jug (I3), and lock
the lid (I2) on the jug
- Place the liquidiser jug (I) on the liquidiser drive (A2)
(mark “1” aligned with on the motor unit) and lock it
into place using the handle (mark “2” aligned with on
the motor unit).
Usage and Practical Tips
- Turn the speed selector (A5) to position <<1>> or
<<2>> to start blending or for better control over
blending, use the Pulse button (A6)
If the lid is not locked or badly positioned, the
liquidiser jug cannot be locked into place and will not
work. Once the liquidiser jug and its lid are locked into
place on the motor unit, the lid cannot be removed.
You can add ingredients during blending through the hole
of the measuring cup (I1).
- Do not fill the liquidiser jug with boiling liquid.
You can:
- Prepare up to 1.5 litre of extra smooth soup, sauces,
cream, stewed fruits, milk shakes and cocktails.
- Blend all types of batter (pancake, fritters, waffles,
custard flan).
7 Squeezing Citrus Fruit (depending on model)
Accessories Used
- Bowl (B3) and citrus press (H)
Fitting the Accessory
- Check that the liquidiser drive cover is locked (A1)
- Place the bowl (B3) on the bowl and accessory drive
(A3). Lock it into place using the handle.
- Place the citrus press drive (H3) on to the bowl drive.
- Fit the filter basket (H2) by turning it until it locks into place.
- Fit the cone (H1) into the hole of the filter basket.
Usage and Practical Tips
- Place half a citrus fruit on to the cone (H1).
- Turn the speed selector (A5) to position <<1>> to
start the appliance.
You can squeeze up to 1 litre of juice without emptying
the bowl.
8 Extracting Juice from Fruits and Vegetables
(depending on model)
Accessories Used
- Bowl (B3), spindle (C) and juice extractor (J)
Fitting The Accessories
- Check that the liquidiser drive cover is locked (A1)
- Place the bowl assembly (B3) on the chopping bowl
drive (A3). Lock it into place by using the handle.
- Place the spindle (C) on to the bowl drive.
- Slide the filter hood assembly (J3+J4+J5) on to the
spindle (C).
- Place the lid (J2) and lock it into place.
Usage and Practical Tips
- Turn the speed selector (A5) to position <<2>> to
start the appliance
- Insert the ingredients through the feeder tube and
gently press with the pusher (J1).
- Remove the pulp regularly from the filter holder and
clean the filter band. Do not use more than 250g of
ingredients at a time.
9 Finely Chopping Small Quantities (depending on model)
Accessories Used
- Mini chopper (K) or Grinder (L)
Fitting the Accessory
- Press the lid release button (A4) and lift the cover (A1)
- Put the ingredients in the bowl, and lock the lid onto
the bowl.
- Place the accessory on the liquidiser drive (A2) (mark “1”
aligned with the of the motor unit) and lock it into
position (mark “2” aligned with the of the motor unit).
If the lid is not locked or is badly positioned the mini chopper
or grinder cannot be locked into place and will not work.
Usage and Practical Tips
- Turn the speed selector (A5) to position <<2>> to
start chopping, or for greater control over the chopping
use the Pulse button (A6)
You can with the mini chopper
- Chop in seconds: garlic cloves, herbs, parsley, dried
fruits, bread, ham,…
- Maximum quantity of dried fruits (hazelnuts,
almonds…): 80 g.
- prepare baby foods
This mini chopper is not designed to take hard
ingredients such as coffee beans.
You can with the grinder:
- Grind in seconds, pepper, Cayenne pepper, dried apricots…
- Quantity / Maximum time for dried apricots: 90 g / 4 sec.
Cleaning
- Unplug the appliance.
- To make cleaning easier, rinse the accessories straight
after use.
- Wash and dry the accessories (they are all dishwasher
safe except the whisk drive (F1))
- If the accessories have become discoloured by foods
(carrots, oranges…) rub them gently with a cloth
dipped in cooking oil, and then wash as normal.
- Do not place the motor unit (A), nor the whisk drive
(F1) in water or near running water. Wipe them with a
damp cloth.
Storage
Your Ovatio food processor has:
- A storage cage for accessories (N), which fits inside the
assembly bowl (B). You can store the grating/slicing
discs (E2), in the disc holder (E1), the metal blade (D1)
as well as the spindle (C).
- a cord storage facility under the motor unit to store the
mains lead and adjust its length.