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Food Processor Instructions
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Table of Contents
FOOD PROCESSOR SAFETY
Important Safeguards.................................................................................................6
Electrical Requirements..............................................................................................7
Electrical Equipment Waste Disposal.........................................................................7
PARTS AND FEATURES
Food Processor Parts.................................................................................................8
Important Food Processor Features..........................................................................9
Accessories
Included Accessories..................................................................................................9
Accessories Selection Guide.....................................................................................10
Preparing Food Processor for First Use
Before First Use.......................................................................................................11
Removing the Work Bowl Cover from the Work Bowl...........................................11
Setting Up Your Food Processor
Attaching the Work Bowl.........................................................................................12
Attaching the Work Bowl Cover..............................................................................12
Installing the Adjustable Slicing Disc.........................................................................13
Installing the Reversible Shredding Disc...................................................................13
Installing the Multipurpose Blade or Dough Blade...................................................14
Installing the Mini-Bowl and Mini-Blade...................................................................14
Using the 3-in-1 Feed Tube......................................................................................15
Using YOUR Food Processor
Before Use...............................................................................................................16
Maximum Liquid Level.............................................................................................16
Using the Speed 1/Speed 2 Control.........................................................................16
Using the Pulse Control...........................................................................................16
Removing Processed Foods......................................................................................17
CARE AND CLEANING................................................................................................18
TIPS FOR GREAT RESULTS
Using the Multipurpose Blade..................................................................................19
Using a Slicing or Shredding Disc.............................................................................20
Using the Dough Blade.............................................................................................21
Helpful Hints............................................................................................................21
Troubleshooting..................................................................................................23
SERVICE AND WARRANTY........................................................................................24
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Food Processor Safety
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed,
including the following:
1. Read all instructions.
2. To protect against risk of electrical shock, do not put Food Processor in water or other liquid.
3. 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.
4. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
5. Unplug from the outlet when not in use, before putting on or taking off parts, and
before cleaning.
6. Avoid contacting moving parts.
7. Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug, or after the appliance
malfunctions, or is dropped or damaged in any manner. Return appliance to the nearest
Authorized Service Facility for examination, repair, or electrical or mechanical adjustment.
8. The use of attachments not recommended or sold by KitchenAid may cause fire, electric
shock, or injury.
9. Do not use outdoors.
10.Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter.
11.Keep hands and utensils away from moving blades or discs while processing food to
reduce the risk of severe injury to persons or damage to the Food Processor. A scraper
may be used but must be used only when the Food Processor is not running.
12.Blades are sharp. Handle carefully.
13.To reduce the risk of injury, never place cutting blade or discs on base without first
putting bowl properly in place.
14.Be certain cover is securely locked in place before operating appliance.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Food Processor Safety
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
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15.Never feed food by hand. Always use the food pusher.
16.Do not attempt to defeat the cover interlock mechanism.
17.This product is designed for household use only.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Electrical Requirements
Voltage: 220-240 Volts
Frequency: 50/60 Hertz
Wattage: 240 Watts
NOTE: If the plug does not fit in the outlet,
contact a qualified electrician. Do not modify
the plug in any way.
Electrical Equipment Waste Disposal
This appliance is marked according to the
European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
By ensuring this product is disposed
of correctly, you will help avoid potential
negative consequences for the environment
and human health, which could otherwise
be caused by inappropriate waste handling
of this product.
The symbol
on the product, or on the
documents accompanying the product,
indicates that this appliance may not be
treated as household waste. Instead it shall
be handed over to the applicable collection
point for the recycling of electrical and
electronic equipment.
Disposal must be carried out in accordance
with local environmental regulations
for waste disposal.
For more detailed information about
treatment, recovery and recycling of this
product, please contact your local city office,
your household waste disposal service or
the shop where you purchased the product.
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Parts and Features
Food Processor Parts
Adjustable Slicing
Disc (Thin to Thick)
Reversible
(2 mm and 4 mm)
Shredding Disc
Shredding
Adapter
Work Bowl
Cover with
3-in-1 Feed
Tube
710 ml Mini-Bowl
and Mini-Blade
3-Piece
Food Pusher
Stainless Steel
Multipurpose
Blade
2.1 L
Work Bowl
Plastic
Dough Blade
Base
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Parts and Features
Adjustable Slicing Control
KitchenAid’s adjustable slicing disc allows you
to manually adjust slicing thickness from thin
to thick.
Speed 1/Speed 2/Pulse Control
Two speeds and Pulse provide precise
control to give great results with almost
any food.
Work Bowl Cover with 3-in-1 Feed Tube
The 3-in-1 feed tube accommodates large
items – like tomatoes, cucumbers, and
potatoes – with a minimum of sectioning
or slicing.
3-Piece Food Pusher
Three pushers are nested inside of each
other. Remove the medium pusher from the
large pusher to reveal a medium-size feed
tube for continuous processing.
For continuous processing of smaller items
(like herbs, nuts, single carrots, and celery),
remove the narrow pusher and use the
narrow feed tube.
A small hole in the bottom of the narrow
pusher makes it easy to drizzle oil into
ingredients – just fill with the desired
amount of oil or other liquid ingredient.
Base
The heavy, slip-resistant base helps
provide improved stability and reduced
vibration during tough food processing jobs.
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Important Food Processor Features
Accessories
Included Accessories
2.1L Work Bowl
The durable, large work bowl provides
capacity for large jobs.
710 ml Mini-Bowl and Mini-Blade
Mini-bowl and stainless steel mini-blade are
perfect for small chopping and mixing jobs.
Adjustable Slicing Disc
Disc is adjustable from approximately
1 to 6 mm (1/16 to 1/4 inch) for slicing
most foods.
Reversible Shredding Disc
Shredding disc is reversible to allow coarse
or finely shredded cheese or vegetables.
Shredding Adapter
The shredding adapter is used to connect
the shredding disc to the power shaft on
the base.
Stainless Steel Multipurpose Blade
Versatile blade chops, minces, blends, mixes,
and emulsifies in a matter of seconds.
Dough Blade
The dough blade is specially designed for
mixing and kneading yeast dough.
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Accessories
Accessories Selection Guide
Action
Mince
Chop
Puree
Setting Food
Cheese
Chocolate
Fruit
Fresh Herbs
Nuts
Tofu
Vegetables
Meat
Pasta Sauce
Pesto
Salsa
Sauces
Cake Batter
Pie Dough
Mix
Fruit (soft)
Potatoes
Tomatoes
Vegetables (soft)
Slice
Thin
Slice
Thick
Shred
Fine
OR
Mini-bowl and Mini Multipurpose
Stainless Steel Blade
+
Adjustable Slicing Disc
Cheese
Chocolate
Fruit (hard)
Vegetables (hard)
Potatoes
Vegetables (soft)
Shred
Medium
Accessory
Multipurpose Stainless Steel Blade
Reversible Shredding Disc
Cabbage
Cheese
Chocolate
Fruit (hard)
Vegetables (hard)
Yeast Dough
Plastic Dough Blade
Knead
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Preparing Food Processor for First Use
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2.Lift out the mini-bowl.
Before First Use
Before using your Food Processor for the
first time, wash all parts and accessories
either by hand or in the dishwasher (see
“Care and Cleaning”).
Removing the Work
Bowl Cover from the
Work Bowl
Your Food Processor is shipped with the
work bowl cover installed on the work bowl,
with the mini-bowl inside the work bowl.
To remove the work bowl cover from the
work bowl for initial cleaning:
1.Grasp the feed tube on the work bowl
cover and turn it clockwise to remove it
from the work bowl.
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Setting Up Your Food Processor
Attaching the Work Bowl
1.Place the Food Processor on a dry,
level countertop with the controls
facing forward. Do not plug in the Food
Processor until it is completely assembled.
2.Place the work bowl on the base, aligning
the raised portion with the indentation on
the base. The center hole should fit over
the power shaft.
Attaching the Work
Bowl Cover
1.Place the work bowl cover on the work
bowl with the feed tube just to the left
of the work bowl handle. Grasp the feed
tube and turn the cover to the right until
it locks into place.
Power Shaft
3.Grasp the work bowl handle and turn
the bowl counterclockwise to lock it
on the base.
2.Fit the food pusher into the 3-in-1
feed tube. See “Using the 3-in-1 Feed
Tube” for details on working with
different sized foods.
NOTE: Your Food Processor will not
operate unless the work bowl and work
bowl cover are properly locked on the
base, and the large pusher is inserted to
the maximum fill line on the feed tube
(approximately halfway down).
Food
Pusher
4.Select the accessory you would like to use
and install it according to the instructions
on the following pages.
NOTE: Be sure to install the desired
accessory before attaching the work
bowl cover.
NOTE: Be sure to install the desired
accessory before attaching the work
bowl cover.
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Installing the Adjustable
Slicing Disc
Installing the Reversible
Shredding Disc
The Adjustable Slicing Disc is easily adjusted
and makes slicing tasks simple. Follow
these steps for adjusting and installing the
Adjustable Slicing Disc.
1.Holding the reversible shredding disc
by the 2 finger grips, insert the shredding
adapter into the hole in the bottom of
the disc.
1.Holding the slicing disc, twist the
ridged portion of the shaft clockwise
for thinner slices, or counterclockwise
for thicker slices.
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Setting Up Your Food Processor
Finger Grip
Finger Grip
2.With the work bowl installed, slide the
drive adapter onto the power shaft.
2.With the work bowl installed, hold the
slicing disc by the finger grips and lower
it onto the power shaft.
TIP: You may need to turn the disc/
adapter until it drops down into place.
TIP: You may need to turn the disc
until it drops down into place.
Finger Grip
Finger Grip
3.Install the work bowl cover, being sure it
locks into place.
3.Install the work bowl cover, being sure it
locks into place.
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Setting Up Your Food Processor
Installing the Multipurpose
Blade or Dough Blade
IMPORTANT: The multipurpose blade
and dough blade can only be used with
the work bowl.
1.Place the blade on the power shaft.
2.Rotate the blade so it falls into place
on the power shaft.
Installing the Mini-Bowl and
Mini-Blade
1.Place the mini-bowl inside the work
bowl over the power shaft. Rotate the
mini-bowl until the tabs on the top edge
of the bowl drop into the indents on the
top of the work bowl.
2.Insert the mini-blade, and place on the
power shaft. It may be necessary to rotate
the blade until it falls into place. Press
down firmly to lock it into place.
3.Push to lock: Press down firmly on the
multipurpose blade until it is down as
far as it will go. The multipurpose blade
features an internal seal that fits tightly
over the center of the work bowl.
3.Install the work bowl cover, being sure it
locks into place.
4.To remove the mini-bowl after processing,
remove the mini-blade by pulling straight
up on the cap. Then lift the bowl straight
up and out, using the two finger grips
located along the top edge of the bowl.
4.Install the work bowl cover, being sure
it locks into place. See “Attaching the
Work Bowl Cover” section.
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Setting Up Your Food Processor
Using the 3-in-1 Feed Tube
3-Piece
Food
Pusher
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The 3-in-1 feed
tube features
a 3-piece food
pusher. Use the
entire food pusher
to process large
items, or use the
inner portions to
create mediumsized or small feed
tubes to process
smaller items.
To slice or shred
small items, insert
the 3-piece food
pusher into the feed
tube, then lift out
the small pusher to
remove. Use the
small feed tube and
pusher to process small or slender items,
like single carrots or celery stalks. When not
using the small feed tube, be sure to lock the
small pusher into place.
To slowly drizzle oil or other liquid
ingredients into the work bowl, just fill the
small pusher with the desired amount of
liquid. A small hole in the bottom of the
pusher will drizzle the liquid ingredient
at a constant rate.
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Using Your Food Processor
Using the Speed1/Speed 2
Control
1.To turn on the Food Processor, press
the Speed 1 button (low speed, for soft
food) or the Speed 2 button (high speed,
for hard food). The Food Processor will
run continuously and the indicator light
will glow.
2.To stop the Food Processor, press the
O (OFF) button. The indicator light will
go out and the blade or disc will stop
within a few seconds.
3.Wait until the blade or disc comes to a
complete stop before removing the work
bowl cover. Be sure to turn off the Food
Processor before removing the work
bowl cover, or before unplugging the
Food Processor.
Before Use
Before operating the Food Processor, be
sure the work bowl, blades, and work bowl
cover are properly assembled on the Food
Processor base (see “Setting Up Your Food
Processor”).
Maximum Liquid Level
This line on the work bowl indicates
the maximum level of liquid that can be
processed by the Food Processor.
NOTE: If the Food Processor fails to
operate, make sure the work bowl and
cover are properly locked on the base
(see “Setting Up Your Food Processor”).
Using the Pulse Control
The pulse control allows precise control of
the duration and frequency of processing.
It’s great for jobs which require a light touch.
Just press and hold the PULSE Button to
start processing at high speed, and release
it to stop.
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Using Your Food Processor
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5.If using the mini-bowl, grasp and remove
the bowl using the finger grips located
along the top edge of the bowl.
Removing Processed Foods
1.Press the O (OFF) button.
2.Unplug the Food Processor
before disassembling.
3.Turn the work bowl cover
to the left and remove.
Finger Grip
6.Turn the work bowl to the left to unlock it
from the base. Lift to remove.
4.If using a disc, remove it before
removing the bowl. Holding the disc by
the 2 finger grips, lift it straight up.
Remove the adapter when using the
Shredding Disc.
Finger Grip
7.The multipurpose blade can be removed
from the work bowl before the contents
are emptied. You may also leave the blade
locked in place. Then remove food from
the bowl and blade with a spatula.
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Care and Cleaning
6.To prevent damage to the locking system,
always store the work bowl and work
bowl cover in the unlocked position
when not in use.
1.Press the O (OFF) button.
2.Unplug the Food Processor
before cleaning.
3.Wipe the base and cord with a warm,
sudsy cloth, and wipe clean with a damp
cloth. Dry with a soft cloth. Do not use
abrasive cleansers or scouring pads.
4. Please note these BPA-free bowls require
special handling. If you choose to use
a dishwasher instead of hand washing,
please follow these guidelines.
-- All parts are top rack dishwasher safe.
-- Avoid laying the bowl on its side.
-- Use gentle dishwashing cycles such
as Normal. Avoid high temperature
cycles such as Sanitize, Steam, and
Pot Scrubbing.
5.If washing the Food Processor parts by
hand, avoid the use of abrasive cleansers
or scouring pads. They may scratch or
cloud the work bowl and cover.
Thoroughly dry all parts after washing.
7.Wrap the power cord around the work
bowl. Secure the plug by clipping it to
the cord.
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Using the Multipurpose Blade
To chop fresh fruits or
vegetables:
Peel, core, and/or remove seeds.
Cut food in 1 to 11/2-inch
(2.5-4 cm) pieces. Process
food to desired size, using short pulses,
1 to 2 seconds each time. Scrape sides of
bowl, if necessary.
To purée cooked fruits and vegetables
(except potatoes):
Add 1/4 cup (60 ml) liquid from recipe per
cup (235 ml) of food. Process food, using
short pulses, until finely chopped. Then
process continuously until reaching desired
texture. Scrape sides of bowl, if necessary.
To prepare mashed potatoes:
Shred hot cooked potatoes using the
shredding disc. Exchange shredding disc for
multipurpose blade. Add softened butter,
milk, and seasonings. Pulse 3 to 4 times, 2 to
3 seconds each time, until smooth and milk is
absorbed. Do not over process.
To chop dried (or sticky) fruits:
The food should be cold. Add 1/4 cup
(60 ml) flour from recipe per 1/2 cup
(120 ml) dried fruit. Process fruit, using
short pulses, until reaching desired texture.
To finely chop citrus peel:
With sharp knife, peel colored portion
(without white membrane) from citrus.
Cut peel in small strips. Process until
finely chopped.
To mince garlic or to chop fresh herbs or
small quantities of vegetables:
With processor running, add food through
the feed tube. Process until chopped. For
best results, make sure work bowl and herbs
are very dry before chopping.
To chop nuts or make nut butters:
Process up to 3 cups (710 ml) of nuts to
desired texture, using short pulses, 1 to 2
seconds each time. For a coarser texture,
process smaller batches, pulsing 1 or 2
times, 1 to 2 seconds each time. Pulse more
often for finer texture. For nut butters,
process continuously until smooth. Store in
refrigerator.
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Tips for Great Results
NOTE: Processing nuts and other hard
foods may scratch the surface finish on
the inside of the bowl.
To chop cooked or raw meat, poultry
or seafood:
The food should be very cold. Cut in
1-inch (2.5 cm) pieces. Process up to
1 pound (455 g) at a time to desired size,
using short pulses, 1 to 2 seconds each time.
Scrape sides of bowl, if necessary.
To make bread, cookie, or
cracker crumbs:
Break food into 11/2 to 2-inch (3.5-5 cm)
pieces. Process until fine. For larger pieces,
pulse 2 to 3 times, 1 to 2 seconds each time.
Then process until fine.
To melt chocolate in a recipe:
Combine chocolate and sugar from recipe
in work bowl. Process until finely chopped.
Heat liquid from recipe. With processor
running, pour hot liquid through the feed
tube. Process until smooth.
To grate hard cheeses, such as Parmesan
and Romano:
Never attempt to process cheese that
cannot be pierced with the tip of a sharp
knife. You can use the multi-purpose blade
to grate hard cheeses. Cut cheese in 1-inch
(2.5 cm) pieces. Place in work bowl. Process,
using short pulses, until coarsely chopped.
Process continuously until finely grated. Pieces
of cheese can also be added through the feed
tube while the processor is running.
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Tips for Great Results
Using a Slicing or
Shredding Disc
To slice or shred fruits or
vegetables that are long and
relatively small in diameter,
such as celery, carrots, and bananas:
Cut food to
fit feed tube
vertically or
horizontally, and
pack feed tube
securely to keep
food positioned
properly. Process
using even
pressure with
the food pusher.
Or use the small
feed tube in the
two-piece food
pusher. Position
food vertically in the tube and use the small
food pusher to process food.
To slice or shred fruits and vegetables
that are round, such as onions, apples,
and green peppers:
Peel, core, and remove seeds. Cut in halves
or quarters to fit feed tube. Position in feed
tube. Process using even pressure with the
food pusher.
To slice or shred fruits and vegetables
that are small, such as strawberries,
mushrooms, and radishes:
Position food vertically or horizontally in
layers within the feed tube. Fill feed tube
in order to keep food positioned properly.
Process using even pressure with the
food pusher. Or use the small feed tube in
the two-piece food pusher. Position food
vertically in the tube and use the small food
pusher to process food.
To slice uncooked meat or poultry, such
as stir-fry meats:
Cut or roll food to fit feed tube. Wrap and
freeze food until hard to the touch, 30
minutes to 2 hours, depending on thickness
of food. Check to be sure you can still pierce
food with the tip of a sharp knife. If not,
allow to thaw slightly. Process using even
pressure with the food pusher.
To slice cooked meat or poultry,
including salami, pepperoni, etc.:
Food should be very cold. Cut in pieces to
fit feed tube. Process food using firm, even
pressure with the food pusher.
To shred spinach and other leaves:
Stack leaves. Roll up and stand up in feed
tube. Process using even pressure with the
food pusher.
To shred firm and soft
cheeses:
Firm cheese should be very cold. For best
results with soft cheeses, such as mozzarella,
freeze 10 to 15 minutes before processing.
Cut to fit feed tube. Process using even
pressure with the food pusher.
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Using the Dough Blade
The dough blade is specially
designed for mixing and
kneading yeast dough quickly
and thoroughly. For the best
results, do not knead recipes
which use more than 2-3 cups
(300 - 400 g) of flour.
• Sometimes slender foods, such as
carrots or celery, fall over in the feed
tube, resulting in an uneven slice. To
minimize this, cut food in several pieces
and pack the feed tube with the food.
For processing small or slender items,
the small feed tube in the two piece food
pusher will prove especially convenient.
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Tips for Great Results
Helpful Hints
• To avoid damage to the blade or motor, do
not process food that is so hard or firmly
frozen that it cannot be pierced with the
tip of a sharp knife. If a piece of hard food,
such as a carrot, becomes wedged or
stuck on the blade, stop the processor and
remove the blade. Gently remove food
from the blade.
• Do not overfill work bowl or mini-bowl.
For thin mixtures, fill work bowl up to
1/2 to 2/3 full. For thicker mixtures, fill
work bowl up to 3/4 full. For liquids, fill
up to the maximum level as described in
the section “Using Your Food Processor Maximum Liquid Level”. When chopping,
the work bowl should be no more than
1/3 to 1/2 full. Use the mini-bowl for up
to 1 cup (235 ml) of liquid or 1/2 cup
(150 g) solids.
• Position slicing discs so the cutting surface
is just to the right of the feed tube. This
allows the blade a full rotation before
contacting the food.
• To capitalize on the speed of the
processor, drop ingredients to be chopped
through the feed tube while the processor
is running.
• Different foods require varying degrees
of pressure for best shredding and slicing
results. In general, use light pressure
for soft, delicate foods (strawberries,
tomatoes, etc.), moderate pressure for
medium foods (zucchini, potatoes, etc.),
and firmer pressure for harder foods
(carrots, apples, hard cheeses, partially
frozen meats, etc.).
• ­­­Soft and medium-hard cheese may spread
out or roll up on the shredding disc. To
avoid this, shred only well-chilled cheese.
• When preparing a cake or cookie batter
or quick bread, use the multipurpose
blade to cream fat and sugar first. Add dry
ingredients last. Place nuts and fruit on top
of flour mixture to prevent over chopping.
Process nuts and fruits, using short pulses,
until blended with other ingredients. Do
not over process.
• When shredded or sliced food piles up on
one side of the bowl, stop the processor
and redistribute the food using a spatula.
• When food quantity reaches the bottom
of a slicing or shredding disc, remove the
food.
• A few larger pieces of food may remain
on top of the disc after slicing or shredding.
If desired, cut these by hand and add to
mixture.
• Organize processing tasks to minimize
bowl cleanup. Process dry or firm
ingredients before liquid ingredients.
• To clean ingredients from the
multipurpose blade easily, just empty
the work bowl, replace the lid, and pulse
1 to 2 seconds to spin the blade clean.
• After removing the work bowl cover,
place it upside down on the counter.
This will help keep the counter clean.
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Tips for Great Results
• Use a spatula to remove ingredients from
the work bowl.
• Your Food Processor is not designed to
perform the following functions:
-- Grind coffee beans, grains, or
hard spices
-- Grind bones or other inedible
parts of food
-- Liquefy raw fruits or vegetables
-- Slice hard-cooked eggs or unchilled
meats.
• If any plastic parts should discolor due to
the types of food processed, clean them
with lemon juice.
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Troubleshooting
Food Processor doesn’t run:
• Make sure that the bowl and lid are
properly aligned and locked in place and
the large food pusher is inserted in the
feed tube.
• When using the large feed tube opening,
make sure that food is not above the Max.
Fill line on the feed tube.
Max Fill line on
feed tube
Food Processor not shredding or slicing
properly:
• Make sure the raised-blade side of the
disc is positioned face up on the common
adapter.
• If using the adjustable slicing blade, make
sure it is set to the correct thickness.
• Make sure ingredients are suitable for
slicing or shredding. See “Tips for Great
Results.”
If the work bowl cover won’t close when
using the disc:
• Make sure the disc is installed correctly,
with the raised nub on top, and is
positioned properly on the adapter.
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If your Food Processor should malfunction or fail to operate, check the following:
Nub
• Press only one button at a time. The Food
Processor will not operate if more than
one button is pressed at the same time.
• Is the Food Processor plugged in?
• Is the fuse in the circuit to the Food
Processor in working order? If you have a
circuit breaker box, be sure the circuit is
closed.
• Unplug the Food Processor, then plug it
back into the outlet.
• If the Food Processor is not at room
temperature, wait until it reaches room
temperature and retry.
If the problem is not due to one of the
above items, see “Service and Warranty”.
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Service and Warranty
Household KitchenAid Food Processor Warranty
Length of
Warranty:
KitchenAid Will Pay For:
KitchenAid Will Not
Pay For:
Europe,
Australia and
New Zealand:
The replacement parts
and repair labor costs to
correct defects in materials
or workmanship. Service
must be provided by an
Authorized KitchenAid
Service Center.
A.Repairs when Food Processor
is used for operations other
than normal household
food preparation.
B.Damage resulting from
accident, alterations,
misuse, abuse, or
installation/operation
not in accordance with
local electrical codes.
For Model
5KFP0925:
Three years Full
Warranty from
date of purchase.
KITCHENAID DOES NOT ASSUME ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR INDIRECT DAMAGES.
Service Centers
All service should be handled locally by
an Authorized KitchenAid Service Center.
Contact the dealer from whom the unit was
purchased to obtain the name of the nearest
Authorized KitchenAid Service Center.
In the U.K.:
Call: 0845 6011 287
In Ireland:
M.X. ELECTRIC
Service Department
25 Alymer Crescent
Kilcock, Co. KILDARE
Call: 87 2581574
Fax: 1 628 4368
In Australia:
Call: 1800 990 990
In New Zealand:
Call: 0800 881 200
Customer Service
In U.K. & Ireland:
Tollfree number 0800 988 1266
(Calls from mobile phones are charged
standard network rate)
Address:
KitchenAid Europa, Inc.
PO BOX 19
B-2018 ANTWERP 11
BELGIUM
For Southern Ireland:
Tollfree number +44 (0) 20 8616 5148
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