HD2178
User manual
Contents
1 Important 4
2 Your All-in-One cooker What’s in the box Product overview Controls overview 8
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3 Getting started Before first use 11
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4 Using the All-in-One
cooker Preparations before
cooking Cooking time regulating
range Non-pressure cooking Pressure cooking Preset time for delayed
cooking Setting up child lock Assembling and
disassembling the
pressure regulator 7 Notices Electromagnetic fields
(EMF) Recycling 21
8 Guarantee and service 21
9 Troubleshooting 22
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5 Specifications 19
6 Cleaning and
Maintenance Interior Exterior Accessories 20
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1Important
Read this safety leaflet carefully before
you use the All-in-One cooker and save
it for future reference.
Warning
•• The appliance must not be
immersed in water.
•• Check if the voltage
indicated on the appliance
corresponds to the local
power voltage before you
connect it.
•• The appliance is intended
to be used in household or
similar applications such
as:
•• staff kitchen areas in
shops, offices, and
other similar type
environments;
•• farm houses;
•• by clients in hotels,
motels and other similar
type environments;
•• bed and breakfast type
environments.
•• This appliance is not
intended for use by
persons (including
children) with reduced
physical, sensory or
mental capabilities,
or lack of experience
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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 ensure that
they do not play with the
appliance.
•• If the supply cord is
damaged, it must
be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service
agent or similarly qualified
persons in order to avoid a
hazard.
•• The appliance is not
intended to be operated by
means of an external timer
or a separate remotecontrol system.
•• The ducts in the pressure
regulator allowing the
escape of steam should be
checked regularly to ensure
that they are not blocked.
Refer to: Assembling and
disassembling the pressure
regulator.
•• The container must not be
opened until the pressure
has decreased sufficiently.
Cleaning and user
maintenance should not
be performed by children.
•• Keep the appliance and
its cord out of reach of
children.
•• Always follow the
instructions and use the
appliance properly to avoid
potential injury.
•• Make sure to avoid spillage
on the power connector to
avoid a potential hazard.
•• The surface of the heating
element is subject to
residual heat after use.
•• Use a clean and soft cloth
to clean the surfaces in
contact with food.
•• Only connect the appliance
to a grounded power
outlet. Always make sure
that the plug is inserted
firmly 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.
•• 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 the
buttons with wet hands.
•• Make sure the power
socket is clean and dry
before you plug in the
appliance.
•• Do not use the appliance
if too much air or steam is
leaking from under the top
lid.
•• When cooking soup
or sticky liquid such as
congee, do not release
pressure by turning the
pressure regulator to
the steam vent position,
otherwise liquid might
spurt from the pressure
regulator valve. Wait until
the pressure is naturally
released and the floating
valve has dropped to open
the top lid.
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Caution
•• Never use any accessories
or parts from other
manufacturers or
that Philips does not
specifically 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.
•• Do not use the handle
on the top lid to carry the
appliance, use the side
handles instead.
•• When pressure is being
released from the pressure
regulator valve, hot steam
or liquid will be ejected.
Keep hands and face away
from the steam vent.
•• Always put the inner pot in
the appliance before you
put the plug in the power
outlet and switch it on.
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Do not place the inner pot
directly over an open fire to
cook food.
•• Do not use the inner pot if
it is deformed.
•• Make sure that the sealing
ring is clean and in good
condition.
•• The accessible surfaces
may become hot when
the appliance is operating.
Take extra caution when
touching the surfaces.
•• Beware of hot steam
coming out of the floating
valve and pressure
regulator valve during
cooking or when you
open the lid. Keep hands
and face away from the
appliance to avoid the
steam.
•• Do not lift and move
the appliance while it is
operating.
•• Do not exceed the
maximum water level
indicated in the inner pot
to prevent overflow.
•• Do not place the cooking
utensils inside the pot
while cooking.
••
Only use the cooking
utensils provided. Avoid
using sharp utensils.
•• To avoid scratches, it is
not recommended to
cook ingredients with
crustaceans, shellfish and
meats with protruding
bones. Remove the hard
shells or excessive bone
before cooking.
•• Do not place a magnetic
substance on the lid. Do
not use the appliance near
a magnetic substance.
•• Always let the appliance
cool down to room
temperature before you
clean or move it.
•• Always clean the appliance
after use. Do not clean the
appliance in dishwasher.
Do not pour water inside
the unit if the inner pot has
been removed.
•• Always unplug the
appliance if not used for a
longer period.
•• If the appliance is
used improperly or for
professional or semiprofessional purposes, or
if it is not used according
to the instructions in
••
this safety leaflet, the
guarantee becomes invalid
and Philips refuses liability
for any damage caused.
•• Visit www.philips.com/
support to download the
user manual.
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2 Your All-in-One cooker
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What’s in the box
All-in-One cooker main unit
Inner pot x 2
Rice spoon
Soup ladle
Measuring cup
Steaming plate
User manual
Warranty card
Power cord
Recipe Booklet
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Recipe
Product overview
a
Inner pot
g
Safety valve
b
Water level indication
h
Sealing ring
c
Control panel
i
Inner lid
d
Heating element
j
Main unit handle
e
Pressure regulator
k
Floating valve
f
Top lid
l
Lid handle
k
l
h
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Controls overview
m
n
Display screen
Slow cook
Sauté / Sear button
r
Pressure Cook button
s
Start/Reheat button
o
Multi Cook button
t
Warm/Cancel button
p
Preset Timer and Screen Lock
button
u
Cooking Time button
q
Decrease button
v
Increase button
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r
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3 Getting started
4 Using the Allin-One cooker
Before first use
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Remove all packaging materials
from the appliance.
Take out all the accessories from
the inner pot.
Clean the parts of the All-in-One
cooker thoroughly before using
it for the first time (see chapter
‘Cleaning’).
Preparations before
cooking
Before using the All-in-One cooker to
cook food, you need to follow below
preparations:
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Note
Hold the lid handle and turn it anticlockwise until the top lid cannot
move any more, then lift up the top
lid.
•• Make sure all parts are completely dry
before you start using the All-in-One
cooker.
2
Take out the inner pot from the
All-in-One cooker and put the prewashed food in the inner pot.
Note
•• Do not fill the inner pot with less than 1/3
or more than 2/3 full of food and liquid.
•• For food that expands during cooking,
do not fill the inner pot with more than
1/2 full of food and liquid.
•• For rice cooking, follow the water level
indications on the inside of the inner
pot. Water level indication for rice, refer
to cup provided with the product. You
can adjust the water level for different
types of rice and your own preference.
Do not exceed the maximum water level
indication.
•• Make sure the floating valve falls down
before cooking.
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Wipe the outside of the inner pot
dry and put it back into the All-inOne cooker.
Place the top lid onto the All-inOne cooker and turn it clockwise.
You will hear a “click” sound when
the top lid is properly locked.
Note
•• Make sure the sealing ring is properly
assembled around the inside of the top
lid.
•• Make sure the pressure regulator and
floating valve are clean and not blocked.
•• Make sure the outside of the inner pot
is dry and clean, and that there is no
foreign residue on the heating element.
•• Make sure the inner pot is in proper
contact with the heating element.
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Cooking time regulating range
Non-pressure cooking programs
Cooking function
Cooking
temperature
Default cooking
time
Adjustable
cooking time
Slow cook High Temp
90°C±10°C
6 hrs
2-12 hrs
Slow cook Low Temp
70°C±10°C
6 hrs
2-12 hrs
Sauté/Sear High Temp*
150°C±10°C
2 mins
2 mins-2 hrs
Sauté/Sear Low Temp**
130°C±10°C
2 mins
2 mins-2 hrs
Stew/Curry
90°C±10°C
1 hr
20 mins-10 hrs
Pot Roast
90°C ± 10°C
6 hrs
2-12 hrs
Bake
140°C±10°C
45 mins
10-59 mins
Yogurt
40°C±10°C
8 hrs
6-12 hrs
Warm
65°C-85°C
12 hrs
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Reheat
85°C±10°C
25 mins
8-25 mins
*The preheat time of Saute/Sear Low Temp may take up to 3 minutes.
**The preheat time of Saute/Sear High Temp may take up to 5 minutes.
Pressure cooking programs
Cooking function
Default cooking time
(minute)
Adjustable cooking time
(minute)
Rice/Risotto
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Soup
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20-59
Steam
10
5-59
Meat/ Poultry
15
12-59
Beans/Lentils
30
25-59
2
2-59
Manual
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Non-pressure cooking
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4
Follow the steps in “Preparations
before cooking”.
Turn the pressure regulator to the
Bake or Vent position.
• When choosing Slow cook,
Stew/Curry, Pot Roast, Yogurt
and Reheat turn the pressure
regulator to the Vent position.
• When choosing Bake, turn the
pressure regulator to the Bake
position.
• When using Sauté/Sear mode,
make sure to keep the top lid
open for the entire time.
• To choose the Reheat function,
press Start/Reheat when the
appliance is in standby mode.
Put the plug in the power socket.
Press the Slow Cook Sauté/Sear
button (
) or Multi Cook button
( ) to choose a desired
non-pressure cooking function.
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If you want to set a different cooking
time, press the Cooking Time button
( ).
»» The cooking time flashes on the
screen.
Note
•• Cooking time will start count down once
internal temperature reaches cooking
temperature as outlined in ‘Cooking time
regulating range’.
•• There is preheat time for Sauté/Sear
mode (3 minutes for low temp and 5
minutes for high temp). Insert your food
once the “Maintain pressure” status is
reached on the progression bar and the
timer starts to count down. Inserting
food before the correct status is reached
will slow down the process.
•• These functions do not build up pressure,
the cooking process is controlled by
temperatures.
6 Press the +/- button to set the
cooking time.
»» The selected cooking mode
indicator flashes.
»» The default cooking time is
displayed on the screen.
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Press and hold the Start/Reheat
button (
) for 3 seconds and the
All-in-One cooker starts working in
the selected mode.
Pressure cooking
Note
•• Make sure the floating valve drops down
before closing the lid.
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2
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Follow the steps in “Preparations
before cooking”.
Turn the pressure regulator to the
seal position.
»» You will hear two beeps after
you press the start button.
When the cooking time has
elapsed, you will hear two beeps
and the All-in-One cooker switches
to keep-warm mode automatically.
»» The keep warm indicator lights
up.
9 Hold the top lid handle and turn
the lid anti-clockwise until it cannot
move any more, then lift it up.
Tip
•• You can adjust the cooking time for
different types of food according to your
preference.
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4
Put the plug in the power socket.
Press the Pressure Cook button
( ) to choose a desired cooking
function.
»» The selected cooking mode
indicator flashes.
»» The default cooking time is
displayed on the screen.
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5
If you want to set a different cooking
time, press the Cooking Time
button ( ).
9 When the cooking time has
elapsed, you will hear two beeps
and the All-in-One cooker switches
to keep-warm mode automatically.
»» The keep warm indicator lights
up.
10Caution: Turn the pressure regulator
to the vent position.
»» The cooking time flashes on the
screen.
6 Press the +/- button to set the
cooking time.
»» The All-in-One cooker starts
releasing pressure.
»» The floating valve drops
when the pressure is released
sufficiently.
11 Hold the top lid handle and turn
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the lid anti-clockwise until it cannot
move any more, then lift it up.
Press and hold the Start/Reheat
button (
) for 3 seconds and the
All-in-One cooker starts working in
the selected mode.
»» You will hear two beeps after
you press the start button.
When the All-in-One cooker
reaches the working pressure, the
cooking time starts to count down.
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Note
1
•• When cooking soup or viscous liquid,
do not release pressure by turning the
pressure regulator to the steam vent
position, otherwise liquid might spurt
from the pressure regulator valve. Wait
until the pressure is naturally released
and the floating valve has dropped to
open the top lid. Some fumes/steam
could rise from the pressure regulator
valve during the pressurizing stage,
this is to be considered normal. If an
excessive amount of steam is released
from the pressure valve, please refer to
the assembly and disassembly steps.
•• After the cooking is finished and the
pressure is released, unplug the All-inOne cooker to turn off the keep warm
function or when not in use.
•• You can press the Warm/Cancel button
to cancel the cooking process.
2
Choose the desired cooking mode,
then press the preset timer button
( ).
Press the +/- button to choose the
preset time.
Tip
•• You can adjust the cooking time for
different types of food according to
your preference. Cooking time is not
adjustable for rice cooking function.
3
Once the preset time is set, press
the start button ( ) to enter preset
mode.
Preset time for delayed
cooking
Note
•• The preset time is not available in Sauté/
Sear High Temp, Sauté/Sear Low Temp
and Pot Roast.
You can preset the delayed cooking
time for different cooking functions. The
preset timer is available up to 24 hours,
but is not applicable to the cake baking
function.
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»» The remaining preset time is
displayed on the screen.
When the preset time is elapsed,
the All-in-One cooker starts working
in the selected cooking mode
automatically.
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Setting up child lock
To disassemble the pressure regulator:
1
To protect your child from using the
product, you can set up the child lock
function.
• Press and hold the preset timer
button ( ) for 3 seconds to enter
the child lock mode.
2
•
»» The child lock icon appears on
the display screen.
To unlock, press and hold the preset
timer button ( ) for 3 seconds
again.
»» The child lock icon disappears
from the display screen.
Assembling and
disassembling the
pressure regulator
Caution
•• Do not disassemble the pressure
regulator during cooking. Always unplug
the All-in-One cooker and wait until the
pressure has been released sufficiently.
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Turn the lower screw anti-clockwise
until it becomes loose.
Pull it up and take out the pressure
regulator.
To assemble the pressure regulator:
1
Assemble the lower screw back to
the regulator.
2
Make sure the regulator points at
the sealed position and put it back
to the steam valve.
5Specifications
Model Number
HD2178
Rated power output 1000W
Rated capacity
6L
Note
3
Turn the screw clockwise until it is
fastened.
•• Always unplug the appliance if not used
for a longer period.
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6 Cleaning and
Maintenance
Note
•• Unplug the All-in-One cooker before
starting to clean it.
•• Wait until the All-in-One cooker has
cooled down sufficiently before cleaning
it.
Interior
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 All-in-One
cooker.
Heating element:
• Wipe with wrung out and damp
cloth.
• Remove food residues with
wrung out and damp cloth or
toothpicks.
Sealing ring:
• Soak in warm water and clean
with sponge.
• Do not wash the gasket in
dishwasher as this may deform
it.
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Exterior
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 pressure
regulator and floating valve.
Pressure regulator valve and floating
valve:
• Disassemble the pressure
regulator valve, soak it in warm
water, and clean with sponge.
• Remove food residues in the
pressure regulator valve and
floating valve with toothpicks.
Accessories
Rice spoon, soup ladle, steaming plate
and inner pot:
• Soak in hot water and clean with
sponge.
7Notices
Electromagnetic fields
(EMF)
This Philips appliance complies with all
applicable standards and regulations
regarding exposure to electromagnetic
fields.
Compliance with EMF
Koninklijke Philips N.V. manufactures
and sells many products targeted at
consumers, which, like any electronic
apparatus, in general have the ability
to emit and receive electromagnetic
signals.
One of Philips’ leading Business
Principles is to take all necessary health
and safety measures for our products,
to comply with all applicable legal
requirements and to stay well within the
EMF standards applicable at the time of
producing the products.
Recycling
Do not throw away the appliance with
normal household waste at the end
of its life, but hand it in at an official
collection point for recycling. By doing
this, you can help to preserve the
environment.
8 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 can find its phone
number in the worldwide guarantee
leaflet. If there is no Customer Care
Center in your country, go to your local
Philips dealer.
Philips is committed to develop,
produce and market products that
cause no adverse health effects. Philips
confirms that if its products are handled
properly for their intended use, they
are safe to use according to scientific
evidence available today.
Philips plays an active role in the
development of international EMF
and safety standards, enabling Philips
to anticipate further developments in
standardization for early integration in
its products.
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9Troubleshooting
If your All-in-One cooker does not function properly or if the cooking quality is
insufficient, consult the table below. If you are unable to solve the problem, contact a
Philips service center or the Consumer Care Center in your country.
Problem
Solution
•• The sealing ring is not well assembled. Make sure the
I have difficulties closing
the top lid.
I have difficulties
opening the top lid after
the pressure is released.
sealing ring is well assembled around the inside of the
top lid.
•• The floating valve blocks the locking pin. Push down
the floating valve so that it does not block the locking
pin.
•• The floating valve has not dropped. Push the floating
valve down.
•• Make sure that there is no foreign residue on the
The food is not cooked.
heating element and the outside of the inner pot
before switching the All-in-One 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.
•• Incorrect function or time was selected, increase
cooking time or change cooking method.
•• The sealing ring is not well assembled. Make sure the
Air or steam leaks from
under the lid.
sealing ring is well assembled around the inside of the
top lid.
•• There is food residue in the sealing ring. Make sure the
sealing ring is clean.
•• The top lid is not properly closed. Make sure the top lid
is properly closed.
•• The pressure level inside of the appliance is abnormal.
In this case the safety valve will be releasing steam.
Take the appliance to your Philips dealer or a service
center authorized by Philips.
•• There is food residue in the rubber ring of the floating
Air or steam leaks from
the floating valve.
valve. Clean the rubber ring of the floating valve.
•• The rubber ring of the floating valve is broken. Replace
the rubber ring.
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Problem
The floating valve
does not rise after
the appliance starts
pressurizing.
E3 displays on the
screen.
E1, E2, or E4 displays on
the screen.
Solution
•• Make sure there is enough food and water in the inner
pot.
•• The top lid or the pressure regulator has malfunction.
Take the appliance to your Philips dealer or a service
center authorized by Philips.
•• The temperature inside the inner pot is too high. Wait
until it falls down to room temperature.
•• The All-in-One cooker has malfunction. Take the
appliance to a Philips dealer or a service center
authorised by Philips.
•• Valve screw is loose or food residual is inside the
Water steam leaks from
pressure regulator valve.
The Start/Reheat or
Warm/Cancel button
does not respond.
valve. Switch off appliance and let cool down to room
temperature; disassemble valve as per maintenance
instructions.
•• The Start/Reheat or Warm/Cancel button has a
deliberate delay response programmed. This is to avoid
accidental starts/cancels. Please hold your finger over
the button for 3 seconds to activate.
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