Mister Cappuccino Espresso And Filter coffee

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Mister Cappuccino Espresso and filter
coffee maker with heated milk frother
Please read and keep these instructions
Getting the best from your new coffee maker...
WARNING : pressure cap on espresso
Unplug your coffee machine. The pressure cap must be slowly removed before unlocking the
filter holder.
Safety first
Caution must be used when handling hot water, coffee or steam.
Run water through your machine before first use
It is important to run water through your coffee maker in order to rinse the machine. You can also
run water through to warm your coffee machine.
Descale as appropriate for the hardness of the water in your area
It is important to descale as the performance of your coffee
maker may be impaired by limescale and other impurities in the water supply.
For replacement parts, help with using your Morphy Richards, problems
and lots more, contact us by phone or through our website.
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Replacement parts: 0870 167 6641
Ireland 1800 409119
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IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
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Take care to pour hot coffee slowly
and carefully without tipping the
glass jug too fast.
The use of any electrical appliance
requires the following common
sense safety rules.
•
Do not fill above the capacity mark
of the water level gauge marked on
the jug.
•
Do not use the glass jug in a
microwave.
•
Milk should not be reheated, only
heat it when required.
•
When heating milk, please use
stainless steel jug provided.
•
Do not fill milk jug above the MAX
mark.
•
Do not touch metal parts until the
unit has cooled.
Primarily there is danger of injury or
death and secondly the danger of
damage to the appliance. These are
indicated in the text by the following
two conventions:
IMPORTANT: Damage to the
appliance! In addition we offer the
following safety advice.
Location
•
Remove all the packaging and retain
for future reference.
•
Ensure the coffee maker is used on a
firm, flat surface.
•
Do not use the coffee maker
outdoors or in a bathroom.
•
Do not place the coffee maker on a
highly polished wooden surface as
damage may occur to the surface.
•
Do not place the coffee maker on or
near hot surfaces such as a hot plate
or radiant rings or near a naked
flame.
Children
•
Children do not understand the
dangers associated with operating
electrical appliances. Never allow
children to use this appliance.
Product safety
•
WARNING: Do not place the coffee
maker onto a metal tray or metal
surface whilst in use.
•
Never use warm or hot water to fill
the water tank.
•
Do not overfill the water tank.
•
Ensure the lid of the glass jug is
securely in place before pouring.
•
Take care to pour hot coffee slowly
and carefully without tipping the
glass jug too fast.
•
Do not place the glass jug on the hot
plate unless the lid is in position.
•
Do not fill above the capacity mark
of the water level gauge.
•
Do not use the glass jug in a
microwave.
•
Milk should not be reheated, only
heat it when required.
•
When heating milk, please use
stainless steel jug provided.
•
Do not fill milk jug above the MAX
mark.
•
Do not adjust the coffee strength
once brewing is in process.
Mains lead
•
Do not let the mains lead hang over
the edge of the worktop where a
child could reach it.
•
Do not let the lead run across an
open space e.g. between a low
socket and table.
•
Do not let the lead run across a
cooker or other hot area which might
damage the cable.
•
The mains lead should reach from
the socket to the base unit without
straining the connections.
Personal safety
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2
Ensure the lid of the glass jug is
securely in place before pouring.
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Scalding may occur if the pressure
cap is removed during the brewing
cycles, therefore never open or
remove the pressure cap whilst the
machine is switched on. Pressure
cap must be removed slowly before
unlocking the filter holder. This
procedure must be followed even
when the machine is switched off
and cooled.
The glass jug and the filter holder
get hot while the machine is in use.
Always use with care.
•
Make sure the mains lead does not
touch the hot parts of the machine.
•
Do not wind the mains lead around
the hot appliance or store the
appliance until it has fully cooled
down.
•
Do not remove the filter holder when
the appliance is producing hot water
or coffee. Turn the machine off and
release the steam first by slowly
removing the pressure cap.
Treating scalds
•
Run cold water over the affected
area immediately. Do not stop to
remove clothing, get medical help
quickly.
•
The use of attachments or tools not
recommended or sold by Morphy
Richards may cause fire, electric
shock or injury.
•
Do not use the coffee maker for
anything other than its intended
purpose.
ELECTRICAL
REQUIREMENTS
Check that the voltage on the rating
plate of your appliance corresponds
with your house electricity supply
which must be A.C. (Alternating
current).
If the socket outlets in your home
are not suitable for the plug supplied
with this appliance the plug should
be removed and the appropriate one
fitted.
WARNING : The plug removed
from the mains lead, if severed,
must be destroyed as a plug with
a bared flexible cord is hazardous
if engaged into a live socket
outlet.
Should the fuse in the 13 amp plug
require changing a 13 amp BS1362
fuse must be fitted.
WARNING: This appliance must
be earthed.
Other safety
considerations
•
Disconnect the coffee maker from
the mains supply when filling,
cleaning or not in use.
•
When unplugging, turn any control
to ‘off’, then remove plug from the
wall outlet.
•
Keep the outside of the coffee
maker area clean and dry at all
times.
•
Do not touch hot surfaces. Always
use handles or knobs.
•
Do not immerse the coffee maker
itself in water and always ensure the
electrical connections are kept dry.
•
Do not operate any appliance with a
damaged cord or plug or after the
appliance malfunctions or has been
damaged in any manner. Ring the
helpline number for advice on
examination and repair.
WARNING:
PRESSURE CAP
Unplug the machine and allow to
cool. Slowly remove the pressure
cap before unlocking the filter
holder.
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FEATURES
Filter coffee
⁄ Filter locking tab
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Ë Milk frother hot plate on/off switch
with indicator
È Milk frother jug
¤ Removable permanent mesh filter
Espresso coffee
‹ Removable filter holder with locking
tab
Í Pressure cap
› Non drip valve
Î Water tank
fi Hinged reservoir lid with strength
selector
Ï Strength selector
Ì Filter
fl Water level indicator
Ó Filter retaining clip
‡ Filter coffee hot plate
Ô Filter holder
· Filter coffee on/off switch with power
and ready indicators
 Drip tray metal plate
‚ Jug lid
Ò Drip tray
„ Glass filter coffee jug with water level
indicator
Ú Hot water outlet
‰ Measuring spoon
Milk frother
4
Û Espresso on/ off switch with power
and ready indicators
Ù Glass espresso coffee jug with water
level indicator
 Milk frother on/off button
ı Glass espresso coffee jug lid
Ê Milk frother attachment
ˆ Measuring spoon/ tamper
Á Milk frother hot plate
˜ Steam exhaust tube
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OPERATING THE
APPLIANCE
during the brewing process,
otherwise the non-drip valve will not
open, causing the filter to flood.
Before use
7
Plug the filter coffee maker in at the
wall socket and push the coffee
on/off switch to ‘ON’ position. The
orange light will glow to show coffee
maker is working.
8
Hot water will start to flow through
the coffee grounds and into the glass
jug as coffee.
9
When the filtering process is
complete remove the glass jug from
your coffee maker and pour the
coffee into your cups.
Take your coffee maker out of the
box and remove the packaging.
Before using the appliance for the
first time, clean thoroughly by
operating two or three times with the
maximum volume of fresh water (10
cups for filter, 6 cups for espresso)
but without using coffee.
Washable the detachable parts of
the machine in warm soapy water.
Locating the filter
A
1
To remove the filter, slide the locking
tab on the removable filter holder to
the unlock position and and lift both
the holder and mesh filter out to
clean. (see cleaning) A
2
To refit, place the removable filter
holder into the top of your coffee
maker, making sure the tab lines up
with the rib then slide the locking tab
to the lock position. Place the
permanent mesh filter inside the filter
holder by lining up the locating tab
with the groove in the filter holder as
shown.
Rib
Locking tab
10 The anti-drip valve will prevent any
remaining coffee dripping onto the
hot plate. Ensure that the jug is
replaced on the hot plate after
serving. While the coffee maker is
switched ON the hot plate will keep
the coffee warm.
11 Switch off the coffee maker when the
jug is empty or the coffee is no
longer required.
WARNING: The coffee maker and
hot plates are hot and remain hot
for some time after switching off.
12 Allow unit to cool.
Making filter coffee
B
1
Lift up the hinged reservoir lid.
2
Fill the water reservoir with the
required amount of water using the
water level indicator as a guide. Both
the jug and water level indicator are
marked in cups. Do not exceed the
maximum level on the water gauge.
B
3
Spoon the required amount of
ground filter coffee into the mesh
filter spreading it evenly. We suggest
one level measuring spoon for every
cup. Ensure the filter is sitting
properly in the filter holder.
4
Close the reservoir lid.
5
Select the strength of coffee required
using the strength selector on the
reservoir lid.
6
Slide the jug into the coffee maker
ensuring it sits correctly on the hot
plate. The jug lid must be in place
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13 Remove the permanent mesh filter
and empty the used coffee grounds.
Wash the filter immediately and dry
thoroughly.
NOTE: THE MESH WILL BECOME
DISCOLOURED AFTER A WHILE
DUE TO THE STAINING EFFECT OF
COFFEE.
NOTE: It is normal for the green
ready light to go out and come back
on intermittently due to thermostatic
cycling.
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Making espresso
coffee
1
Unscrew the pressure cap ⁄ by
turning it anti-clockwise.
2
To fill the water tank ¤ use your
glass jug  to measure the volume
of water required. The jug is marked
with the water levels for 2 cups
(minimum), 4 cups and 6 cups
(maximum).
Always switch the machine off and
remove the plug from the socket
before filling the water tank. Care
should be taken to ensure that the
correct quantity of water is placed in
the tank, as the machine always uses
all the water.
3
Close the pressure cap tightly by
turning it clockwise.
4
Place the washable metal filter ›
into the filter holder fl and add the
desired quantity of coffee to the filter
using the measuring spoon provided.
Special marks on the inside of the
filter show the correct levels for 2, 4
and 6 cups of coffee lightly
compress the coffee down. Remove
excess coffee from the edge of the
filter.
5
Position the filter holder underneath
the water outlet ‚, push it upwards
and turn it to the right into the locked
position to fix it onto your coffee
machine. A
C
6
9
When the filtering process is
complete remove the glass jug from
your coffee maker and pour the
coffee into your cups.
10 Unplug machine and allow to cool.
Slowly remove the pressure cap.
11 To remove the used coffee grounds,
remove the filter holder by turning
the handle to the left until you find
that the filter holder drops down. Flip
the filter retaining clip fi so that it
retains the filter. Turn the filter upside
down and knock out the grounds.
Flip the retaining clip back along the
handle before the next use.
NOTE: Due to the amount of steam
lost through the process, the coffee
produced will be less than the water
put in. This is accounted for in the
amount to put in
NOTE: Push firmly to the right to lock
into position.
6
Your machine is fitted with a strength
selector ‹ which allows you to
make LIGHT to STRONG coffee. Set
the strength selector mid way
between LIGHT and STRONG for
MEDIUM strength coffee.
7
Place your glass jug with the lid on
the drip tray ‡ and · directly under
the spout of the filter holder, ensuring
that the jug handle is pointing
outwards from the unit. Press the
on/off switch „ to ‘ON’ and the
orange light will glow. The coffee will
start to flow from the filter holder
spout after about 2 or 3 minutes.
Wait until all the water from the water
tank has flowed into your glass jug
and the green light glows.
8
Set the on/off switch to ‘OFF’.
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Making a cappuccino
Cleaning
Prepare your machine as described
in the section ‘Making a coffee’. Use
your glass jug for measuring the
correct amount of water needed.
The milk frother blade can be wiped
clean still attached to the machine or
it can be removed for easy cleaning
by unscrewing the blade and shaft.
Wash carefully in hot soapy water.
Frothing milk
For quick cleaning just after use, fill
up the milk jug with hot water and
run the frother for 30-50 seconds;
repeat the process twice.
It is advised to start heating your
milk at the same time as heating
your coffee or several minutes before
making coffee to ensure milk is hot.
E
1
2
Fill the stainless steel milk jug
provided with the required amount of
milk. Do not exceed the maximum
level or add less than the minimum
level.
F
Place the milk jug back on the hot
plate to reheat the milk and preserve
the quality of the froth.
NOTE: The jug can stay on the hot
plate until the coffee has finished
brewing but be careful not to burn
your milk/froth.
G
5
Pour the coffee into cups and gently
pour or preferably spoon the milk
onto the coffee, then sprinkle a little
chocolate powder for the perfect
cappuccino.
6
Turn off the milk frother hot plate by
pressing the on/off switch.
Remove the cowl directly after use
and rinse in warm water. F It is
recommended that you clean the
blade immediately after use, as dried
milk can be difficult to remove.
The frother blade can be wiped clean
still attached to the machine.
2
Lift the milk jug up to the milk frother
blade E. Raise the milk jug ensuring
that the cowl is just under the
surface of the milk - this will give the
maximum froth. Maintain the milk jug
in this position between 30-60
seconds.
WARNING: Take care as the milk
will be hot.
4
1
Place the jug on the hot plate and
switch on. D
NOTE: You can turn on the hot plate
at the same time as the coffee on/off
switch. It will take approximately 5-7
minutes for the milk to heat up to its
optimum frothing temperature.
3
If the milk has been left for a long
time the cowl and blade can be
removed and soaked in hot soapy
water for 2-5 minutes before rinsing
clean.
If further cleaning is required the
propeller and shaft can be removed.
To replace, insert the stem of the
milk frother blade into the mounting
hole on the unit and screw into
G
place.G
NOTE: If the blade is removed,
ensure that it is fully tightened in
place otherwise the frother will not
operate properly.
3
There may be some splash back of
milk on the underside of the frothing
unit. Switch the unit off then simply
wipe this area clean with a damp
cloth.
WARNING: THE FROTHER ONLY
OPERATES CORRECTLY WHEN
THE COWLING IS CORRECTLY
ASSEMBLED.
DO NOT OPERATE THE FROTHER
DRY OR NOT SUBMERSED IN
LIQUID FOR LONG PERIODS OF
TIME.
WARNING: the stainless steel jug
and the hotplate will remain hot
for sometime after switching off.
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FILTER RECIPES
Irish coffee
Cafe Melange
Makes 4 servings
2 parts coffee
75ml of double cream
1 part hot milk
4 tsp sugar
Dollop whipped cream
8 shots of Irish whiskey
1
2
3
4
Prepare filter coffee as per ‘making
coffee’ instructions.
Fill the stainless steel milk jug with
the required amount of milk, place on
the hotplate and switch on. The milk
will take approx. 5-7 minutes to
reach the appropriate temperature.
Once the coffee and milk are ready,
pour 2 parts coffee into a cup and
add 1 part milk.
700ml hot strong coffee
1
Whip double cream until thick then
chill.
2
Warm 4 Irish coffee glasses with hot
water and place in each a teaspoon
of sugar and 2 shots of Irish whiskey.
3
Divide coffee among the glasses.
4
Slowly dribble the chilled cream over
the back of the spoon.
5
Do not stir.
Top with a dollop of whipped cream
to serve.
Cafe Frappe
Amaretto coffee
250ml cold strong coffee
250ml hot strong coffee
1-2 tablespoons of condensed milk or
single cream
2 tablespoons of double or whipped
cream
Large splash of vanilla essence
2 shots of Amaretto
Crushed ice
Sugar to taste
1
2
Combine ingredients in a blender
until smooth.
1
Stir the coffee and alcohol together
either with a couple of tablespoons
of double-cream, or top with a dollop
of whipped cream.
2
Sprinkle with grated chocolate and
serve.
Serve in a tall glass.
Coffee milkshake
Combine in a blender or cocktail shaker:
100ml of cold strong filter coffee
1 scoop of vanilla icecream
250ml milk
grated chocolate
Sugar to taste
double shot of Amaretto liqueur (optional)
8
1
Blend or shake until thick and frothy.
2
Serve in a tall glass and top with
grated chocolate.
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Note: for a thicker shake reduce the
quantity of milk and increase the
amount of icecream.
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ESPRESSO RECIPIES
1
Prepare coffee as per ‘making a
perfect espresso coffee’ instructions.
2
Fill the stainless steel milk jug with
the required amount of milk, place
on the hotplate and switch on. The
milk will take approx. 5-7 minutes to
reach the appropriate temperature.
3
Froth milk by lifting the milk jug up to
the milk frothing blade ensuring that
the blade is just under the surface of
the milk and press the milk frothing
button. The milk will take approx. 3060 seconds to froth.
4
Prepare the hot chocolate according
to the instructions.
5
Pour the coffee, hot milk and hot
chocolate into a tall glass and serve.
Cappuccino
1/3 espresso
1/3 hot milk
1/3 hot frothed milk
Chocolate powder for sprinkling
1
Prepare coffee as per ‘making a
perfect espresso coffee’ instructions.
2
Fill the stainless steel milk jug with
the required amount of milk, place
on the hotplate and switch on. The
milk will take approx. 5-7 minutes to
reach the appropriate temperature.
3
Froth milk by lifting the milk jug up to
the milk frothing blade ensuring that
the blade is just under the surface of
the milk and press the milk frothing
button. The milk will take approx. 3060 seconds to froth.
Irish coffee
Makes 2 servings
40ml of double cream
4
Pour the coffee and hot milk into a
cappuccino cup, spoon over frothed
milk.
2 tsp sugar
4 shots of Irish whisky
5
Sprinkle with chocolate powder to
serve.
Cafe Latte
350ml hot strong coffee
1
Whip double cream until thick then
chill.
2
Warm 2 Irish coffee glasses with hot
water and place in each a teaspoon
of sugar and 2 shots of Irish whisky.
3
Divide coffee among the glasses.
4
Slowly dribble the chilled cream over
the back of the spoon.
5
Do not stir.
1/2 espresso
1/2 hot frothed milk
1
2
Prepare coffee as per ‘making a
perfect espresso coffee’ instructions.
Fill the stainless steel milk jug with
the required amount of milk, place
on the hotplate and switch on. The
milk will take approx. 5-7 minutes to
reach the appropriate temperature.
Amaretto coffee
3
Froth milk by lifting the milk jug up to
the milk frothing blade ensuring that
the blade is just under the surface of
the milk and press the milk frothing
button. The milk will take approx. 3060 seconds to froth.
250ml hot strong coffee
2 tablespoons of double or whipped
cream
2 shots of Amaretto
4
Pour the coffee into a tall glass and
top with the frothed milk
Moccacino
sugar to taste
1
Stir the coffee and alcohol together
either with a couple of tablespoons
of double-cream, or top with a
dollop of whipped cream.
2
Sprinkle with grated chocolate and
serve.
1/3 espresso
1/3 hot frothed milk
1/3 hot chocolate
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HINTS AND TIPS
CLEANING AND
MAINTENANCE
Refilling the coffee
maker
1
Switch off the coffee maker, and
allow 5 minutes to cool.
2
Remove the espresso pressure cap
slowly and refill with cold water.
3
Lift the hinged reservoir lid and refill
with cold water.
misused or operated in any manner
other than described in these
instructions.
Note: The permanent stainless steel
filter should not be used during
descaling.
Filter descaling
Follow the instructions on the bottle
or sachet, and then operate the
coffee maker with just water 3 times
before making coffee.
Note: The permanent mesh filter
should not be used during descaling.
Espresso descaling
Your coffee machine should be
regularly descaled using a good
quality proprietary descaler
recommended for espresso
machines. We suggest the following
intervals.
Cleaning care
Espresso
Unplug the coffee maker, slowly
remove the espresso pressure cap
and allow to cool.
Normal water - every 6 months
Hard water - every 3 months
Very hard water - every 6 to 8 weeks
Remove the filter from its holder and
position the filter holder beneath the
water outlet.
Pour fresh cold water together with
2 or 3 teaspoonfuls of descaler into
the water container of your machine
and close its lid.
Place the empty glass jug back onto
the drip tray and set the strength
selector to the ‘light’ position.
Switch on your machine to descale,
repeating the process if necessary.
After descaling, flush your machine
through by operating 2 or 3 times
using fresh cold water. Clean all
detachable parts and please
remember that you can help prevent
build up of deposits, especially in
hard water areas by leaving your
machine empty between use.
10
Do not immerse the coffee maker in
liquid.
Rinse the water tank occasionally
with cold water. Do not use a cloth
as any residue or lint left behind may
clog the coffee maker.
Wash the milk frother blade, milk
frother attachment, milk frother jug,
drip tray metal plate, drip tray, drip
tray plate, glass jug, lid, filter, filter
holder and stainless steel milk jug in
warm soapy water. Rinse and dry all
parts thoroughly. Refit filter, filter
holder , milk frother blade and milk
frother attachment.
Unplug The coffee maker, slowly
remove the pressure cap and allow
to cool.
Do not immerse the coffee maker in
liquid.
Rinse the water tank occasionally
with cold water. Do not use a cloth
as any residue or lint may be left
behind to clog the coffee maker.
-It is important you use a descaler
suitable for cappuccino/espresso
machines carefully following any
special instructions given by its
manufacturer.
Wash the milk frother blade, drip tray
, glass jug, lid filter and filter holder,
in warm soapy water. Rinse and dry
all parts thoroughly. Refit filter, filer
holder and milk frother blade.
undertaken for possible damage in
the event of the appliance being
Wipe all external surfaces with a
damp cloth and dry thoroughly.
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MILK FROTHER PARTS
(EXCLUDING MILK FROTHER JUG)
ARE DISHWASHER SAFE
Helpline
If you have any difficulty with your
appliance, do not hesitate to call. We
are more likely to be able to help
than the store from where you
bought it.
Please have the following
information ready to enable our staff
to deal with your enquiry quickly:
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Name of the product
•
Model number as shown on the
underside of the appliance.
•
Serial number as shown on
underside of the appliance.
For electrical products sold within
the European Community.
At the electrical products useful life it
should not be disposed of with
household waste.
Please recycle where facilities exist.
Check with your Local Authority or
retailer for recycling advice in your
country.
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YOUR TWO YEAR
GUARANTEE
It is important to retain the retailers
receipt as proof of purchase. Staple
your receipt to this back cover for
future reference.
Please quote the following
information if the product develops a
fault. These numbers can be found
on the base of the product.
Model no.
For electrical products sold
within the European
Community. At the end of the
electrical products useful life it
should not be disposed of
with household waste.
Please recycle where facilities
exist. Check with your Local
Authority or retailer for
recycling advice in your
country.
EXCLUSIONS
Morphy Richards shall not be liable
to replace or repair the goods under
the terms of the guarantee where:
1
The fault has been caused or is
attributable to accidental use,
misuse, negligent use or used
contrary to the manufacturers
recommendations or where the fault
has been caused by power surges or
damage caused in transit.
2
The appliance has been used on a
voltage supply other than that
stamped on the products.
3
Repairs have been attempted by
persons other than our service staff
(or authorised dealer).
4
Where the appliance has been used
for hire purposes or non domestic
use.
5
Morphy Richards are not liable to
carry out any type of servicing work,
under the guarantee.
6
Plastic filters for all Morphy Richards
kettles and coffee makers are not
covered by the guarantee.
•
This guarantee does not confer any
rights other than those expressly set
out above and does not cover any
claims for consequential loss or
damage. This guarantee is offered as
an additional benefit and does not
affect your statutory rights as a
consumer.
•
This guarantee is valid in the UK and
Ireland only.
Serial no.
All Morphy Richards products are
individually tested before leaving the
factory. In the unlikely event of any
appliance proving to be faulty within
28 days of purchase it should be
returned to the place of purchase for
it to be replaced.
If the fault develops after 28 days
and within 24 months of original
purchase, you should contact the
Helpline number quoting Model
number and Serial number on the
product, or write to Morphy Richards
at the address shown.
You will be asked to return the
product (in secure, adequate
packaging) to the address below
along with a copy of proof of
purchase.
Subject to the exclusions set out
below (see Exclusions) the faulty
appliance will then be repaired or
replaced and dispatched usually
within 7 working days of receipt.
If for any reason this item is replaced
during the 2 year guarantee period,
the guarantee on the new item will
be calculated from original purchase
date. Therefore it is vital to retain
your original till receipt or invoice to
indicate the date of initial purchase.
To qualify for the 2 year guarantee
the appliance must have been used
according to the manufacturers
instructions. For example coffee
makers should have been regularly
descaled.
The After Sales Division
Morphy Richards Ltd
Mexborough, South Yorkshire,
England, S64 8AJ
Morphy Richards products are intended for household use only.
Morphy Richards has a policy of continuous improvement in product quality and
design. The company, therefore reserves the right to change the specification of its
models at any time.
Helpline (office hours)
UK 0870 060 2610
Republic of Ireland 1800 409119
CM 47010 Rev2 04/06
For details of other products in the Morphy Richards range please see our website . . .
www.morphyrichards.com
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