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User Guide
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Sunbeam’s Safety Precautions
Features of your Toaster
Using your Toaster
Toaster Functions
Care and Cleaning
Troubleshooting Toaster
Features of your Kettle
Using your Kettle
Care and Cleaning
Sunbeam’s Safety Precautions
• Always operate the kettle on a flat, level surface.
• Boiling water will scald. Do not leave a boiling or hot kettle
near or where children may touch it.
• Do not leave the power cord near the edge of a bench top
where children may touch or pull it.
• Boiling water may be ejected, if overfilled.
• Do not open lid while water is boiling.
• Do not operate the kettle without water.
• Always turn the power off and unplug the cord while the
kettle is NOT in use.
• Your Kettle must only be used with the power base supplied.
• Do not move kettle while switched on.
• Do not use an appliance for any purpose other than its
intended use
• CAUTION: Do not operate the kettle on an inclined plane. Do
not operate the kettle unless the element is fully immersed.
Do not move while the kettle is on.
• CAUTION: To prevent damage to the appliance do not use
alkaline cleaning agents when cleaning, use a soft cloth and
mild detergent
• Only use this kettle with the stand provided
• Avoid spillage on the connector
• Do not place any objects such as toast, bread or similar on
top of your toaster when in use.
• Operate the toaster on a flat level surface.
• The bread may burn, therefore do not use the toaster near
or below combustible material, such as curtains.
• Do not leave your toaster unattended when in use.
• Clean crumb tray regularly.
• Do not allow crumbs to accumulate in the crumb tray.
• Do not toast stale bread, rice crackers or similar on
a high setting as they may catch fire.
• WARNING: Never attempt to extract jammed toast, crumpets
or muffins with a knife or any other metal object, as contact
with a live element may cause electrocution.
• Do not attempt to move the appliance whilst hot
• Do not touch the metal top of the toaster during or after use
as this gets very hot
• Do not lift or move the toaster by inserting fingers in the
bread slot
Sunbeam is very safety conscious when designing and
manufacturing consumer products, but it is essential that the
product user also exercise care when using an electrical
appliance. Listed below are precautions which are essential
for the safe use of an electrical appliance:
• Read carefully and save all the instructions provided with
an appliance.
• Always turn the power off at the power outlet before you
or remove a plug. Remove by grasping the plug
do not881
on the cord.
• Turn
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& 6, off and remove the plug when the appliance
is not in use and before cleaning.
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• Do not use your appliance with an extension cord unless this
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cord has been checked and tested by a qualified technician
service person.
• Always use your appliance from a power outlet of the voltage
marked on the appliance.
• This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including
children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
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or lack of experience and knowledge, unless
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appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
• Children
to ensure that they do not play
the appliance.
• The
Zealand of accessible surfaces may be high when
the appliance is operating or when the heating cycle has
• Never leave an appliance unattended while in use.
• Potential injury may occur if this product is misused.
• Do not place an appliance on or near a hot gas flame,
electric element or on a heated oven.
• Do not place on top of any other appliance.
• Do not let the power cord of an appliance hang over the edge
of a table or bench top or touch any hot surface.
• Do not operate any electrical appliance with a damaged cord
or after the appliance has been damaged in any manner.
If damage is suspected, return the appliance to the nearest
Sunbeam Appointed Service Centre for examination, repair
or adjustment.
• For additional protection, Sunbeam recommend the use of
a residual current device (RCD) with a tripping current not
exceeding 30mA in the electrical circuit supplying power to
your appliances.
• Do not immerse the power base or warming base in water or
any other liquid.
• Appliances are not intended to be operated by means of an
external timer or separate remote control system.
• This appliance is intended to be used in household and
similar applications such as: staff kitchen areas in shops,
offices and other working environments; farm houses;
by clients in hotels, motels and other residential type
environments; bed and breakfast type environments.
• Avoid spillage on the connectors of the warming base and
base stand during normal use or cleaning.
• The heating element surface is subject to residual heat after
If you have any concerns regarding the performance and use of your appliance,
please visit or contact the Sunbeam Consumer Service Line.
Ensure the above safety precautions are understood.
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Features of your Toaster
Rack control handle
Using your Toaster
Toast rack
Carriage handle
High lift
Crumpet button
Crumb tray
Defrost button
Reheat button
Cancel button
Browning control
Toasting Bread
1.Position the bread into the bread slot.
2.Select the desired browning setting using
the Browning Control.
Note: If toasting 1 slice it is recommended
that you use a lower browning setting to
achieve your required result and to prevent
Important: Do not toast stale bread, rice
crackers or similar on a high setting as there
is a chance that they may catch fire.
3.Push the Toasting Lever down to
commence the toasting cycle.
4.When the desired browning is achieved,
the toaster will automatically stop toasting
and pop the toast up.
Hot Surfaces
Do Not Touch
This symbol indicates that the
temperature of accessible surfaces may
be high when the appliance is operating
and for some time after use.
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5.If you need to remove the toast before
the cycle is complete, press the Cancel
button. The Cancel button will immediately
interrupt the toasting cycle and pop the
toast up.
6.To remove small pieces of toast, crumpets
or bagels, use the High-lift Lever to lift the
toast above the starting position. This will
prevent burning your fingers as you remove
the toast.
When toasting on the toast rack, press the
rack control handle to make the toast rack
uplift, then put the bread on the toast rack
(see fig.1). Lift the rack control handle to
reset the rack when not in use.
Note: Do not have bread in bread slots when
using the Toasting Rack.
Figure 1
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Toaster Functions
Cancel button
The Cancel button immediately stops any of
the toasting cycles. As a consequence of this,
the toast will pop up.
High-lift lever
When toasting small pieces of bread,
crumpets or muffins we recommend using
the High-lift lever to prevent you from
burning your fingers.
Crumpet Feature
The specialised crumpet setting cooks
crumpets to perfection. When activated,
heat is emitted from the outside elements to
cook the top of your crumpet faster than the
bottom. The top of the crumpet(s) must be
facing towards the outside element.
Troubleshooting Toaster
Defrost Feature
The defrost feature can be used to toast
your frozen bread. The colour of your toast
will brown according to the toasting setting
you have chosen. This feature is activated
by pressing the frozen button on at any time
during the toasting cycle.
Unit is not heating Electrical outlet is not
or stops heating
working or toaster is
Check to make sure the outlet is
working. Unplug unit and re-insert plug.
Test toaster by selecting a setting and
depressing the toast control level with
nothing in the toaster
Reheat button
The Reheat button can be selected after the
toasting cycle has finished. Simply select the
reheat button and press the toasting lever
down to start the reheat cycle.
Uneven toast
Toasting single slice or
toasting brown bread
Simply reset the selector to the desirable
Toast does not pop Different size of bread
up high enough
Use the high lift lever function to lift the
Second toasting is
too dark
Setting on toast is too
If doing repeated toasting in the toaster,
you may want to select a setting lower
than the previous setting
Toast is too light
or too dark
You may have changed
the setting
Simply reset the selector to the desirable
setting for the function you wish to use
You smell burnt
food or smoke is
coming out when
toaster is being
Remnants of food in
crumb tray.
Refer to the directions in CARE AND
CLEANING section of this booklet.
Make sure the crumb tray is empty and
wiped clean. Check to make sure no
large crumbs are caught in the slot.
Turn unplugged unit upside down over
the sink and shake to remove crumbs.
Care and Cleaning
Always turn the power OFF and remove the
plug from the power outlet after use and
before cleaning your toaster.
Important: Clean the crumb tray regularly.
Do not allow crumbs to accumulate, as they
may cause a potential fire hazard.
To clean the exterior
Wipe exterior with a slightly dampened cloth
and polish with a soft dry cloth.
To clean the toaster interior
Clean inside the toaster regularly. To do this,
unplug the appliance, turn it upside down
over the sink and gently shake all the crumbs
Do not use metal scourers or abrasives as this
may scratch the exterior surface.
Possible Cause
Removable Crumb Tray
To remove the crumbs, simply pull tray out,
empty and place it back in the toaster.
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Features of your Kettle
Using your Kettle
Before initial use of Kettle
If you are using the kettle for the first time,
it is recommended that you clean your kettle
before use by boiling a full kettle of water
twice and then discarding the water.
Lid button
Water gauge
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1.To fill water into the kettle, remove it
from the power base and open the lid
by pressing down on the lid button and
filling the kettle with the desired amount
of water. Always fill the kettle between
the minimum (0.7L) and maximum (1.7L)
marks. Too little water will result in the
kettle switching off before the water has
Note: Do not fill the water over the maximum
level, as water may spill out of the spout when
boiling. Ensure that the lid is firmly in place
before connecting the power cord to the outlet.
2.Close the lid. Position the kettle on the
power base.
3.Connect the plug into a power outlet. Lift
the switch upwards to “I” position and
the switch light illuminates. Then start to
boil the water. The kettle will switch off
automatically once the water has boiled
and the switch light extinguishes. You can
shut off the power by pressing the switch
at any moment during boiling water.
Note: Ensure that switch is clear of
obstructions and the lid is firmly closed.
The kettle will not turn off if the switch is
constrained or if the lid is left open.
4.Lift the kettle from the power base and
then pour the water.
Note: Operate carefully when pouring the
water from the kettle as boiling water may
result in scalds or burns. Do not open the lid
while water is in hot kettle.
5.The kettle will not re-boil until the switch
is uplifted. Allow to cool for 15-20 seconds
before reboiling. The kettle may be stored
on the power base when not in use.
Note: Ensure power supply is turned off when
kettle is not in use.
Dry boil protection
Should you accidentally allow the kettle to
operate without water, the dry boil protection
will automatically switch it off. If this should
occur, allow the kettle to cool before filling
with water and re-boiling.
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Care and Cleaning
Always disconnect the kettle from the power
outlet before cleaning.
Never immerse the kettle switch area, cord
or power base in water, or allow moisture to
come into contact with these parts.
Descale Your Kettle Regularly
Mineral deposits in tap water solidify when
the water is heated; lime scale may be white,
coloured, even rusty-looking and is normally
visible but phosphate scale isn’t generally
visible although may cause the water to
appear cloudy when heated. This may cause
the interior of the water gauge to discolour,
cause overheating, trigger the boil-dry cut-out
mechanism or even reduce the kettle’s life.
Even in soft water areas it is important
to descale your kettle regularly to help
maintains its lifecycle.
Note: Failure to descale products regularly
can be deemed as negligent handling and
any faults caused by mineral build up will
not be covered by the Sunbeam 12 Month
To remove this build-up, use Sunbeam Liquid
Descaler, a simple to use, non-toxic cleaner
available from Sunbeam Appointed Service
1.Fill the kettle with 3 cups of white vinegar
and the remainder with water and allow to
stand overnight. DO NOT BOIL.
2.Empty the solution from the kettle.
Any stains remaining inside the spout can
be removed by rubbing with a damp cloth.
Fill the kettle with clean water, bring to
boil and then discard the water. Repeat
and the kettle will then be ready to use.
To clean the stainless exterior
The stainless steel surface may be wiped over
with a damp cloth and polished with a soft
dry cloth.
Caution: Do not use chemical, steel wool,
or abrasive cleaners to clean the outside of
the kettle, as these will scratch the stainless
steel surface.
Cleaning the concealed heating element
This kettle features a non-corrosive stainless
steel heating element. Over time, scale may
build up on the concealed element inside
the kettle, causing discolouration that may
have the appearance of rust. Be assured this
is not rust. If this occurs clean with a green
Scotchbrite® scourer or similar and a suitable
abrasive cleaning cream. Rinse and clean
thoroughly with tap water before using your
kettle again.
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New Zealand
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Level 6, Building 5,
Central Park,
660-670 Great South Road,
Greenlane, Auckland
New Zealand
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Park, 660–670 Great South
Road, Greenlane, Auckland.
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