Waring MB Series Specifications

FOOD & BEVERAGE
BLENDER SERIES
MB & PB SERIES
For your safety and continued enjoyment of this product,
always read the instruction book carefully before using.
Contents
Safety Cautions..................................................................... 1
Instructions for Use............................................................... 3
Hot Blending Instructions...................................................... 3
Reset Switch......................................................................... 4
Cleaning & Maintenance........................................................ 4
UK Guarantee........................................................................ 5
UK After Sales Service.......................................................... 6
UK Wiring Instructions........................................................... 7
SAFETY CAUTIONS
Always follow these safety cautions when using this appliance to avoid personal injury or damage to the appliance.
The appliance should only be used for the preparation of
drinks/food as described within this instruction book.
•Please read all instructions before use and retain for
reference.
•Do not immerse the motor unit in water or other liquids or
wash in a dishwasher.
•Do not operate this appliance if the lead is damaged. In
the event of damage, discontinue use immediately and
contact the Waring Service Centre (refer to UK After
Sales Service).
•Do not use this appliance if it has been damaged or
dropped. Discontinue use immediately and contact the
Waring Service Centre (refer to UK After Sales Service).
•No repair should be undertaken by the user. Return
the appliance to the Waring Service Centre for
repair/replacement (refer to UK After Sales Service).
•Only use the attachments supplied with this Waring
appliance. Do not use the carafe on any other appliance.
•Only use the appliance indoors on a solid, level work
surface.
•Do not allow the lead to hang over the edge of the work
surface.
• Avoid contact between the lead and hot surfaces.
• Always hold the carafe with one hand whilst blending.
• Always operate the blender with the cover in place.
•When blending hot liquids, remove the centre part of
the two-piece cover. Limit the amount of material
processed to 200ml or 8 fl oz. Always start blending
at the lowest speed setting. Keep hands and other
exposed skin away from the open centre of the cover
to prevent possible injury. For further advice, refer to
Hot Blending Instructions.
•IMPORTANT – Never place hands or utensils in the
carafe or touch the blades whilst the appliance is
switched on or plugged in.
•Always remove the carafe from the base of the appliance
before emptying the contents.
• Sharp blades. Handle with care.
•Adult supervision is required when the appliance is used
near children and some disabled persons. This appliance
is not suitable for use by children. Store out of the reach
of children.
• Suitable for household use only.
• Do not leave the blender unattended whilst in operation.
•Always switch off and unplug the appliance from the
mains when not in use, when attaching or removing parts
and when cleaning.
•This appliance complies with the basic requirements of
Directives 89/336/EEC (Electromagnetic Compatibility)
and 73/23/EEC (Safety of Domestic Electrical Appliances),
amended by Directive 93/68/EEC (CE Marking).
Instructions for Use
Before using this appliance for the first time, the carafe and
lid should be cleaned (refer to Cleaning & Maintenance).
• Ensure the appliance is switched off and unplugged.
•Place the carafe on the base of the appliance. Never use
a container other than a Waring carafe with your Waring
blender.
• Plug into a suitable mains socket.
•For best results, do not fill the container above the 650ml
level.
•Place the ingredients into the carafe, adding liquid
ingredients first unless the recipe specifies otherwise.
• Put the cover on the carafe.
• Always start blending at the lowest speed setting.
• Always hold the carafe with one hand whilst blending.
•When blending ice drinks, keep the blades covered with
liquid, switch on, remove the centre part of the two-piece
cover and feed ice cubes slowly into the carafe.
•To avoid damaging the appliance, do not operate the
blender if the blades become blocked or jammed during
use. Switch off immediately, remove the carafe from the
base and dislodge the material causing the blockage using a plastic spatula.
•Always clean the appliance and carafe immediately after
each use and before storing away.
Hot Blending Instructions
To minimise the possibility of personal injury when blending
hot ingredients, the following precautions and procedures
must be observed:
• Limit the amount of material processed to 200ml (8 fl oz).
•Completely remove the centre part of the two-piece
cover. (This will allow venting of the rapidly heated and
expanding air present inside the carafe.)
•Keep hands and other exposed skin away from the open
centre of the cover to prevent possible injury when the
blender is in operation.
• Always start blending at the lowest speed setting.
•Whilst blending, up to 330ml (12 fl oz) of additional liquid
can be added. Pour liquid slowly through the opening in
the cover.
Reset Switch
•In the event that the motor becomes overloaded, the
appliance will cut out.
•Should this occur, switch the appliance off and unplug
from the mains.
• Remove the carafe from the base of the appliance.
• Leave the appliance to stand for 10-20 minutes.
•To reset the appliance, turn the base upside down and
press the red reset switch.
•Replace the carafe on the base, plug into a suitable
mains socket and switch on.
Cleaning & Maintenance
Cleaning the Carafe
•Ensure the appliance is switched off and unplugged from
the mains.
• Remove the carafe from the base of the appliance.
•Clean the carafe and lid to remove as much residue as
possible and empty the carafe.
•Pour a cup of cleaning solution into the carafe and put
the cover on.
•Place the carafe on the base of the appliance and run on
the HI speed setting for two minutes.
• Empty the carafe and repeat as above.
• Rinse the carafe and dry thoroughly before storing.
Cleaning the Base
•Ensure the appliance is switched off and unplugged from
the mains.
•Wipe the exterior surfaces with a soft cloth or sponge
dampened with cleaning solution and dry thoroughly.
•Do not immerse the base in water or other liquids, or
wash in a dishwasher.
UK Guarantee
•This Waring appliance comes with a lifetime guarantee,
excluding the carafe.
•This guarantee covers defects under normal household
use from date of purchase, and ceases to be valid in the
event of alteration or repair by unauthorized persons.
•If the appliance does not perform satisfactorily due to
defects of material or manufacture, it will be repaired or
replaced by the manufacturer (refer to UK After Sales
Service for details).
•This guarantee is only valid for Waring products
purchased in the United Kingdom and Eire (NB: includes
the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man).
•No responsibility is accepted for any damage caused in
transit or if dropped during use.
•A charge may be made if the appliance is returned
unnecessarily.
•The manufacturer reserves the right to amend terms and
specifications without prior notice.
• This guarantee in no way affects your statutory rights.
UK After Sales Service
For further advice on using this Waring appliance, and other
products in the Waring range, please contact the Waring
Customer Care Line on 08700 604260 (09:00 to 17:00
Monday to Friday) or, alternatively, e-mail your enquiry to
support@waringproducts.co.uk.
In Guarantee
Before returning an appliance to the Service Centre, please
contact the Waring Customer Care Line on 08700 604260
(09:00 to 17:00 Monday to Friday) or, alternatively, e-mail
details of the fault to support@waringproducts.co.uk.
Products should be returned to the following address:
Waring Service Centre
PO Box 506
WIGAN
WN1 9AA
Enclose your name and address, together with proof of
purchase and details of the fault. Waring will either repair
or replace the product as appropriate.
Out of Guarantee
Contact the Waring Customer Care Line on 08700 604260
(09:00 to 17:00 Monday to Friday) or, alternatively, e-mail
your enquiry to support@waringproducts.co.uk for details of
the standard repair or replacement charge. If you wish to
proceed with the repair or replacement, return the product
to the Waring Service Centre at the following address:
Waring Service Centre
PO Box 506
WIGAN
WN1 9AA
Enclose your name and address, together with details of
the fault and a cheque made payable to The Conair Group
Limited.
UK Wiring Instructions
This Waring appliance is supplied with a BS 13 amp
moulded (fused) mains plug on the supply lead.
Should it be necessary at any stage to remove this moulded
plug and replace it with a re-wireable BS 13 amp mains
plug, the re-wiring should be completed as follows:
Class I (1)
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with
the following code:
Blue = Neutral
Brown = Live
Green & Yellow = Earth
As the colours of the wire may not correspond with the
coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug,
proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to
the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter N
or coloured black.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to
the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured
red.
The wire which is coloured GREEN & YELLOW must be
connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with
the letter E or or coloured green or green and yellow.
With this appliance, if a 13 amp plug is used, a 13 amp fuse
should be fitted. If any other type of plug is used, a 10 amp
fuse must be fitted, either in the plug or at the distribution
board.
PART # 028631
Rev 01 0701
Printed in USA
MB/PB Series IB
07WI31005