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TYPE ZJG111
instructions
HEAD OFFICE: Kenwood Limited, 1-3 Kenwood Business Park, New Lane, Havant, Hampshire PO9 2NH
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Read these instructions carefully and retain
for future reference.
Remove all packaging and any labels.
To prevent damage to the kettle:
l Avoid contact with hard surfaces and
objects;
l Avoid knocking the glass body against the
tap when filling.
Do not use the kettle if it has been dropped
or damaged i.e. glass cracked or chipped.
Never use a damaged appliance. Get it
checked or repaired: see ‘service and
customer care’.
Always use the filter and never overfill boiling water may splash out.
Avoid contact with steam coming out of the
spout area when pouring and out of the lid
or spout area when refilling.
Beware: the glass body of the kettle will get
hot during operation.
Never let the cord hang down where a child
could grab it.
Always unplug your kettle when not
in use.
Never put the kettle, powerbase, cord or
plug in liquid.
Caution: Do not operate the kettle on an
inclined surface.
Only use the powerbase supplied and keep it
clean and dry.
Make sure the lid is secure before switching
the kettle on.
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Warning: Do not open the lid while the
water is boiling.
Take care when opening the lid - droplets of
hot water may be ejected.
Make sure the kettle is switched off before
lifting or pouring.
Remove the kettle from the base before filling
or pouring.
Never put the kettle near or on cooker hot
plates or gas burners.
This kettle is for boiling water only.
Misuse of your appliance can result in injury.
Children from 8 years and above can use,
clean and perform user maintenance on this
appliance in accordance with the User
Instructions provided they are supervised by
a person responsible for their safety and
have been given instruction concerning the
use of the appliance and are aware of the
hazards.
Persons with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities or lack of knowledge
using this appliance must have been given
supervision or instruction on its safe use and
are aware of the hazards.
Children must not play with the appliance
and both appliance and cord must be out of
reach of children less than 8 years.
Only use the appliance for its intended domestic
use. Kenwood will not accept any liability if the
appliance is subject to improper use, or failure to
comply with these instructions.
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key
before plugging in
Make sure your electricity supply is
the same as the one shown on the
underside of your kettle.
Important - UK only
The wires in the cord are coloured
as follows:
Green and Yellow = Earth
Blue = Neutral
Brown = Live.
The appliance must be protected by
a 13A approved (BS1362) fuse.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE
MUST BE EARTHED.
spout
flip top lid
lid release button
on/off switch with indicator light
water level gauge
360° powerbase
cord wrap
filter
to use your kettle
1 Press the lid release button to
open the lid, then fill the kettle. The
water level must be between ‘MAX’
and 1 cup (250mls).
l If you live in a hard water area we
recommend that you use filtered
water in order to maintain the
appearance and efficiency of your
kettle.
l Be economical: do not boil more
water than you need.
l To improve the quality of your drinks
always use fresh water.
l Empty the kettle after each use.
2 Close the lid – ensuring it is latched
down correctly.
3 Plug in and switch on.
4 Your kettle will boil and switch off
automatically. To re-boil, wait a few
seconds - the on/off switch needs
time to reset.
Note - To interrupt the boiling
ensure that the switch is in
the off position before
removing from the powerbase.
l If you experience problems
with your kettle switching on
and off during use or
switching off before boiling,
check that the flat element is
free from scale - see
“descaling”.
l Your kettle is fitted with a filter to
hold back limescale particles.
l If you find drops of water under your
kettle, don’t worry - it is just
condensation.
Note:
For non-rewireable plugs the fuse
cover MUST be refitted when
replacing the fuse. If the fuse cover
is lost then the plug must not be
used until a replacement can be
obtained. The correct fuse cover is
identified by colour and a
replacement may be obtained from
your Kenwood Authorised Repairer
(see Service).
If a non-rewireable plug is cut off it
must be DESTROYED
IMMEDIATELY. An electric shock
hazard may arise if an unwanted
non-rewireable plug is inadvertently
inserted into a 13A socket outlet.
This appliance conforms to EC
directive 2004/108/EC on
Electromagnetic Compatibility and
EC regulation no. 1935/2004 of
27/10/2004 on materials intended
for contact with food.
before using for the first time
1 Wrap any excess cord around the
bracket on the underside of the
powerbase.
2 Fill to ‘MAX’, boil, then pour the
water away. Repeat 2 to 3 times.
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boil-dry protection
If you switch on with too little water,
your kettle will cut out automatically.
Switch off, remove from the
powerbase and let it cool down
before re-filling. When it has cooled
down, the switch will reset itself.
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care and cleaning
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Before cleaning, unplug your kettle
and let it cool down.
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the outside and powerbase
Wipe with a damp cloth, then dry.
Do not use abrasives - they will
scratch the glass, metal and plastic
surfaces.
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care
the inside
Wipe with bicarbonate of soda on a
damp cloth. Rinse thoroughly.
Even though your kettle comes with
a filter, you still need to clean the
inside (and the filter) regularly.
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the filter
1 Open the lid.
2 Unclip the filter by pushing down on
the arrow graphic then lift the filter
out away from the spout area .
3 either rinse under the tap or use a
soft brush or when descaling your
kettle, drop the filter in too. Rinse
thoroughly.
4 To refit – line the filter up with the
spout and slide the filter back into
the slot , then push forward and
clip securely into place.
Note: the lid cannot be closed if the
filter is not fitted correctly.
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When limescale starts to build up on
the heating element, buy a suitable
descaler and descale your kettle.
After descaling, boil with fresh water
several times and discard. Clean any
descaler off the kettle - it can
damage the parts.
Some regions of the country have
chalky water. This makes boiled
water look cloudy and leaves a
deposit on the side of the kettle. This
is normal but can be removed with
regular cleaning.
Alternatively, to reduce limescale
build up, use filtered water to fill your
kettle.
If the cord is damaged it must, for
safety reasons, be replaced by
KENWOOD or an authorised
KENWOOD repairer.
If you experience any
problems with the operation
of the kettle, before calling
for assistance refer to the
troubleshooting guide.
UK
If you need help with:
l using your kettle
l servicing or repairs (in or out of
guarantee)
call Kenwood Customer Care on
023 9239 2333. Have your
model number ready (i.e.
TYPE ZJG111) and date code
(5 digit code ie 13L35) ready.
They are located on the underside of
your kettle and powerbase.
l spares and attachments
call 0844 557 3653.
other countries
l Contact the shop where you bought
your kettle.
descaling
Regular descaling of the flat element
will improve the performance of your
kettle. If the kettle is not descaled
regularly the build up of limescale
may result in the following:
l problems may be experienced
with the kettle switching on and
off during use or switching off
before boiling.
l the kettle may take longer to boil.
l the flat element may be damaged.
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Please note: Failure to descale your
kettle may invalidate your guarantee.
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Designed and engineered by
Kenwood in the UK.
Made in China.
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children and burns or
scalds
guarantee (UK only)
If your kettle goes wrong within one
year from the date you bought it, we
will repair or replace it free of charge
provided:
you have not misused, neglected or
damaged it;
it has not been modified (unless by
Kenwood);
it is not second-hand;
it has not been used commercially;
you have not fitted a plug incorrectly;
and
you supply your receipt to
show when you bought it.
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This guarantee does not affect your
statutory rights.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR
CORRECT DISPOSAL OF THE
PRODUCT IN ACCORDANCE
WITH EC DIRECTIVE
2002/96/EC.
At the end of its working life, the product
must not be disposed of as urban
waste.
It must be taken to a special local
authority differentiated waste collection
centre or to a dealer providing this
service.
Disposing of a household appliance
separately avoids possible negative
consequences for the environment and
health deriving from inappropriate
disposal and enables the constituent
materials to be recovered to obtain
significant savings in energy and
resources. As a reminder of the need
to dispose of household appliances
separately, the product is marked with
a crossed-out wheeled dustbin.
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advice from the British Burn
Association
Every year, 30,000 children go to
hospital with burns. What might be a
minor burn for an adult could
horrifically injure - or even kill - a
child.
take these precautions
Keep hot drinks out of children’s
reach.
Don’t drink while holding your baby.
If you’re passing someone a drink,
make sure a child isn’t underneath.
Keep your kettle, and its cord, well
back from the worktop edge so that
children can’t grab them.
Keep children away from the kitchen
work area.
For baby’s bath, run the cold water
first, then add the hot. Mix well and
test the temperature with your elbow
before you put baby in.
Teach children about hot things.
run cold water over a burn
immediately, then get medical
help. Don’t stop to remove
clothing.
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troubleshooting guide
Problem
Kettle not operating.
Cause
No Power.
Kettle unplugged.
Kettle not switching off
automatically after
boiling/Long switch
off time.
Water splashing out of
spout area.
Kettle overfilled.
Lid not closed.
Filter not fitted in
spout area.
Lid will not close
correctly.
Filter not fitted and
clipped securely in
place.
Kettle switching on and
off during use or
switching off before
water boiled.
Kettle stopped working
during operation.
Limescale/mineral
build up on element
affecting operation.
Boil dry protection
operated due to
insufficient water in
the kettle.
White deposit building
up on glass body.
Solution
Check kettle is plugged in.
Check kettle is correctly
located to the powerbase.
Check water level is not
above the Max level.
Check lid is closed correctly.
Always use the filter and do
not overfill above the Max
level.
Check that the filter is located
correctly - refer to “the filter”
section under “care and
cleaning”.
Check that the element is free
from scale.
Refer to “descaling” section
under care and cleaning.
Switch off and remove from
the powerbase.
Allow to cool down before
refilling.
When the kettle has cooled
down the switch will reset
itself.
Check the water level is
above the minimum level.
If you live in a hard water area
we recommend that you use
filtered water in order to
maintain the appearance and
efficiency of your kettle.
Descale your kettle - Refer to
the “descaling” section.
Some regions of the
country have chalky
water. This makes
boiled water look
cloudy and leaves a
deposit on the side of
the kettle. This is
normal but can be
removed with regular
cleaning.
If none of the above solve the problem see “Service & Customer Care”.
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