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Important
Read this user manual carefully before you use the appliance and save it for
future reference.
Danger
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Never immerse the main body of the rice cooker in water, nor rinse it under the tap.
Warning
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Check if the voltage indicated on the appliance corresponds to the local power voltage before
you connect the appliance.
Only connect the appliance to an earthed power outlet. Always make sure that the plug is
inserted rmly into the power outlet.
Do not use the appliance if the plug, the power cord, the inner pot, the sealing ring, or the main
body is damaged.
Make sure that the damaged power cord is replaced by Philips, a service center authorized by
Philips or similarly qualied persons in order to avoid a hazard.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced
physical,sensory, or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have
been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible
for their safety.
Children should be supervised to make sure that they do not play with the appliance.
Keep the power cord out of the reach of children. Do not let the power cord hang over the
edge of the table or worktop on which the appliance stands.
Make sure the heating element, the temperature sensor, and the outside of the inner pot are
clean and dry before you put the plug in the power outlet.
Do not plug in the appliance or press any of the buttons on the control panel with wet hands.
Never connect this appliance to an external timer switch in order to avoid a hazardous situation.
Caution
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Never use any accessories or parts from other manufacturers or that Philips does not
specically recommend. If you use such accessories or parts, your guarantee becomes invalid.
Do not expose the appliance to high temperatures, nor place it on a working or still hot stove
or cooker.
Do not expose the appliance to direct sunlight.
Place the appliance on a stable, horizontal, and level surface.
Always put the inner pot in the appliance before you put the plug in the power outlet and
switch it on.
Do not place the inner pot directly over an open re to cook rice.
Do not use the inner pot if it is deformed.
The accessible surfaces may become hot when the appliance is operating. Only touch the
control panel and lid open button.
Beware of hot steam coming out of the steam vent during cooking or out of the rice cooker
when you open the lid. Keep hands and face away from the rice cooker to avoid the steam.
The inner pot, steam basket, and resealable cups, during and after cooking process, may be hot
and heavy.
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Do not lift and move the rice cooker while it is operating.
Do not exceed the maximum water level indicated in the inner pot to prevent overow.
Do not place the cooking utensils inside the pot while cooking, keeping warm or reheating rice.
Only use the cooking utensils provided. Avoid using sharp utensils.
Do not use the cooking utensils provided by the rice cooker on open ame.
To avoid scratches, it is not recommended to cook ingredients with crustaceans and shellsh.
Remove the hard shells before cooking.
Do not insert metallic objects or alien substances into the steam vent.
Do not place a magnetic substance on the lid. Do not use the appliance near a magnetic
substance.
Always let the appliance cool down before you clean or move it.
Always clean the appliance after use. Do not clean the appliance in the dishwasher.
Always unplug the appliance if not used for a longer period.
This appliance is intended to be used in household and similar applications such as:
» Staff kitchen areas in shops, ofces, and other working environments;
» Farm houses;
» By clients in hotels, motels and other residential type environments;
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» Bed and breakfast type environments.
If the appliance is used improperly or for professional or semi-professional purposes or if it is
not used according to the instructions in this user manual, the guarantee becomes invalid and
Philips refuses liability for any damage caused.
Electromagnetic elds (EMF)
This appliance complies with all standards regarding electromagnetic elds (EMF). If handled properly
and according to the instructions in this user manual, the appliance is safe to use based on scientic
evidence available today.
Power failure backup function
This appliance has a backup function that remembers the status before a power failure, provided the
power supply is resumed within two hours. If the power failure occurs during a cooking process, the
countdown of the cooking time continues where it left off when the power supply resumes.
If the power failure lasts longer than two hours and the failure occurs during a cooking process, it will
shown “E5” in the display, the appliance automatically resets to standby mode when the power supply
resumes. Open the rice cooker, remove its contents, and start all over again.
If you have set the timer and the preset cooking process has not yet started when a power failure
occurs, the process starts when the power supply resumes.
Environment
Do not throw away the appliance with the normal household waste at the end of its life, but
hand it in at an ofcial collection point for recycling. By doing this, you help to preserve the
environment.
Guarantee and service
If you need service or information or if you have a problem, visit the Philips website at www.philips.com or
contact the Philips Customer Care Center in your country (you nd its phone number in the worldwide
guarantee leaet). If there is no Consumer Care Center in your country, go to your local Philips dealer.
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Product Overview
Detachable steam vent cap
Outer lid
Heating
element
Detachable
inner lid
Sealing ring
Inner pot
Water level indications
Cooker handle
Lid release button
Mounting brackets
(left and right)
Display screen
Control knob
Main body
Mains plug
Accessories
Measuring cup
Steam basket
Rice scoop
Soup ladle
Mains cord holder
Scoop holder
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Control knob
Turn the control knob to select
menus or adjust cooking time.
Turn the control knob and hold
to fast forward or backward.
make soup
cook rice
steam food
cook rice with
shorter time
stew food
cook rice for sushi
make congee
make cake
This means indication light is on
This means number or indication light blinks
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For the first time use
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Take out all the accessories from inner pot.
Wipe the cooker with soft cloth.
Clean the inner pot and inner lid with STEAM menu.
• Fill half pot of water in the inner pot. Close the outer lid and
connect the mains plug to power supply.
• Turn the control knob to STEAM, and then press OK.
• Cooking time blinks. Press OK to confirm.
• The cooker starts steaming.
• After the cooker beeps, press CANCEL button.
• Pour the water out of the pot after it cools.
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Wash all the accessories with dish washing liquid and soft
sponge. Then use a soft cloth to dry inside and outside of
the pot and the accessories.
Attach the scoop holder
and mains cord holder to
the mounting brackets.
Scoop holder
Set the clock.
Mains cord holder
PM
Hold
on
Time blinks
Turn left or right to
adjust time
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RICE, QUICK, and SUSHI (1)
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Measure the rice with the measuring cup supplied.
The supplied measuring cup is approx 180ml.
You can cook 2 to 10 cups of rice each time.
Each cup of uncooked rice normally gives two
servings of cooked rice.
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Rinse rice, put the washed rice in the inner pot,
and fill in water.
Do not rinse rice in the inner pot, for
that may scratch off the non-sticky
coating of the inner pot.
For example, if you’re
cooking 6 cups of rice, add
water to scale 6.
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Add water to the level indicated on
the scale inside the inner pot that
corresponds to the number of cups
and type of rice used.
Wipe off water outside of the inner pot
and put it into the main body.
Click!
Wipe with dry cloth
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RICE, QUICK, and SUSHI (2)
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Select the menu you need and confirm.
MIN
Turn the knob to the
menu you need
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Press OK to confirm
Starts cooking and the
time needed is displayed
When the cooking is finished, the rice cooker beeps and
turns into warm keeping automatically.
MIN
MIN
Keep warm
MIN
Keep warm
MIN
The rice cooker remains at warm keeping for 12 hours, after that it
beeps and cease warm keeping process.
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Press CANCEL to
cease warm keeping,
and unplug the power.
Cooking time (for reference)
Rice
about 35 minutes
Quick
about 25 minutes
Sushi
about 35 minutes
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SOUP, STEW
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2
3
Put ingredients into the inner pot, add water as needed,
and stir a little bit
Wipe off the water outside of the inner pot and put it
into the main body.
Select the menu you need and confirm.
You can adjust cooking time for SOUP, STEAM, STEW, and
CONGEE menus.
Turn the knob to
SOUP or STEW
Starts cooking and the
time needed is displayed
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Press OK to confirm
Press OK to confirm
The time suggested for the
cooking is displayed
Adjust the time as
needed with the knob
When the cooking is finished, the rice cooker beeps and
turns into warm keeping automatically.
The rice cooker remains at warm keeping for 12 hours, after that it
beeps and cease warm keeping process.
Press CANCEL to cease warm keeping, and unplug the power.
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CAKE
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Whisk the ingredients for cake well.
Coat the inner pot with some butter and then pour the
cake mixture into it.
Wipe off water outside of the inner pot and put it into the
main body.
Select CAKE and confirm.
MIN
Turn the knob to CAKE
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Press OK to confirm
Starts cooking and the
time needed is displayed
When the cooking is finished, the rice cooker beeps.
Unplug the power.
Recipes (HD4745/HD4747)
Procedure:
Ingredients
Pre-made
cake mix
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250g
Butter
65g
Egg
1 big pc
Water/milk
100 ml
1 Mix the cake mix our, water or milk, butter, and egg in a large bowl.
2 Whisk with an electric mixer at low speed for 1 minute, and then
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at medium speed for another 3 minutes.
Coat the inner pot with some butter, and then pour the cake
mixture into it.
Start the cake menu.
When the cooking process is nished, let the cake cool down.
Then turn the inner pot upside down to let the cake slip out of
the inner pot onto a plate.
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CONGEE
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Put ingredients for the congee into the inner pot and add
water according to the scale
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in the inner pot.
Wipe off the water outside
of the inner pot and put it
into the main body.
~60 minutes ~60 minutes
1 cup
~60 minutes
1+½ cup
~90 minutes
*Cooking time (for reference)
Select CONGEE and confirm.
Turn the knob to
CONGEE
Starts cooking and the
time needed is displayed
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½ cup
Press OK to confirm
Press OK to confirm
The time suggested for the
cooking is displayed
Adjust the time as
needed with the knob
When the cooking is finished, the rice cooker beeps and
turns into warm keeping automatically.
The rice cooker remains at warm keeping for 12 hours, after that
it beeps and cease warm keeping process.
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Press CANCEL to cease warm keeping, and unplug the power.
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STEAM
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Put 5 cups of water into the inner pot (you can adjust water
level as needed).
Put the steam basket into the inner pot.
Put the food into the steam basket, and close the outer lid.
Select STEAM and confirm.
MIN
Turn the knob to
STEAM
Press OK to confirm
The time suggested for the
cooking is displayed
MIN
Starts cooking and the
time needed is displayed
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Press OK to confirm
Adjust the time as
needed with the knob
When the cooking is finished, the rice cooker beeps.
There’s no warm keeping process for STEAM menu.
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Preset time for delayed cooking
You can preset the ready time for RICE, QUICK, SUSHI, SOUP,
STEW, STEAM and CONGEE menus.
Preset timer is available up to 24 hours.
PM
Turn the knob to the
menu you need
Press PRESET
Turn the knob to
set the ready time
MIN
Press OK to confirm
The time needed for
cooking is displayed
PM
PM
Current clock time
is displayed
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Press OK to confirm
To check the preset
ready time, press
PRESET again
The cooking process
starts at preset clock time,
and the remaining cooking
time is displayed
Reheat
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Loosen the cooled rice and evenly distribute it in the
inner pot.
To make sure the rice heat up
thoroughly, put less amount than
“RICE” water level 4
Pour water onto the rice to prevent it from becoming too dry.
The quantity of the water depends on the amount of rice.
For example: add ½ cup (with the measuring cup supplied) of
water to reheat the amount of rice up to “RICE” water level 4.
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Press and hold REHEAT to start the reheating process.
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Reheat
Hold
on
4
MIN
Reheat
When the reheating process complete, the cooker beeps
and turns to warm keeping automatically.
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Cleaning
Inside of the outer lid and the main body:
Wipe with wrung out and damp cloth. Make
sure to remove all the food residues stuck to
the rice cooker.
Surface of the outer lid and outside of
the main body:
Wipe with a cloth damped with soap water.
ONLY use soft and dry cloth to wipe the
control panel. Make sure to remove all the
food residues around the control buttons.
Heating
element
Heating element:
Wipe with wrung out and damp cloth.
Remove food residues with wrung out and
damp cloth or toothpicks.
Rice scoop, soup ladle, inner pot, mains
cord holder, scoop holder, steam basket,
steam vent cap, and inner lid:
Soak in hot water and clean with sponge.
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Troubleshooting
If you encounter problems when using this cooker, check the following points before requesting service.
If you cannot solve the problem, contact the Philips Consumer Care Center in your country.
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
The light on the buttons
does not go on.
There is a connection problem.
Check if the power cord is
connected to the cooker properly
and if the plug is inserted rmly
into the power outlet.
The light is defective.
Take the appliance to your
Philips dealer or a service center
authorized by Philips.
The cooker is not connected to
power supply.
If there is no power supply, the
power failure backup function
does not work and the display
does not function.
The display does not
function.
The battery that supplies power to Take the appliance to your
the display is empty.
Philips dealer or a service center
authorized by Philips to have the
battery replaced.
The rice is not cooked.
The cooker does not
switch to keep-warm
mode automatically.
Not enough water has been added. Add water according to the scale
on the inside of the inner pot.
The cooking process has not
started.
You did not press OK button.
The inner pot is not properly in
contact with the heating element.
Make sure that there is no foreign
residue on the heating element and
the outside of the inner pot before
switching the rice cooker on.
The heating element is damaged,
or the inner pot is deformed.
Take the cooker to your Philips
dealer or a service center
authorized by Philips.
You are using STEAM or CAKE
menu.
The automatic keep-warm mode
only applies to other 5 menus.
The temperature control is
defective.
Take the appliance to your
Philips dealer or a service center
authorized by Philips.
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Problem
Possible cause
Solution
The rice is scorched.
You have not rinsed the rice
properly.
Rinse the rice until the water
runs clear.
Water spills out of the
You added too much water to
appliance during cooking. the rice.
Make sure that you add water to the
level indicated on the scale inside
the inner pot that corresponds to
the number of cups of rice used.
Make sure the water does not
exceed the next level on the scale,
as this may cause the appliance to
overow during cooking.
Rice smells bad after
cooking.
Inner pot is not well cleaned and
leftover from previous cooking
contaminates the rice.
Clean the inner pot with some
washing detergent and warm water.
After cooking, make sure the
steam vent cap, inner lid and inner
pot is cleaned thoroughly.
Can’t get to the desired
cooking function.
You did not turn the knob.
Turn the knob slowly to the left or
to the right to the desired function
as shown by the LED light.
It takes a long time to
turn the knob to set the
clock or preset the time
for cooking.
You turn the knob and allow it to
bounce back.
Keep turning the knob to the right for
a longer period of time, as it allows
the time to move faster, until the time
has reaches closed to the desired
time. Then turn the knob slowly to
reach the exact time needed.
The knob’s surrounding
light is blinking.
This is normal.
This shows that the rice cooker is
switched to keep-warm mode.
Error message E5
appears on the display.
There has been a power failure during When the power supply resumes,
cooking or in the keep-warm mode
press the Stop/Cancel button to
that lasted longer than 2 hours.
reset the appliance.
Making soup/making
congee, water spoil out.
Too much water when making
soup/congee (exceed water level
markings).
Too much rice or too much
ingredients.
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Add water according to the
indication on water level markings.
Do not add too much rice when
making congee, with maximum
of 1.5 cup of rice, then add water
up to the water level marking of
1.5 cup congee.
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