BEVERAGE&TEA
MAKER
Instructions for use
BEVERAGE&TEA
MAKER
BM 8010
BE V ER AG E&T E A
M A K ER
CONTENT
5
Catler recommends safety first
10
Know your Beverage&Tea Maker BM 8010
14Tea
16
Operating your Beverage&Tea Maker BM 8010
17
Before first use
18
Using the water kettle to prepare tea
21
Using the kettle to boil water
23
Care and cleaning
CONTENT
3
Congratulations
on the purchase of your new Beverage&Tea Maker BM 8010
4
CONGRATULATIONS
CATLER RECOMMENDS SAFETY FIRST
We at Catler are very safety conscious. We design and manufacture
consumer products with the safety of you, our valued customer foremost
in mind. In addition we ask that you exercise a degree of care when using
any electrical appliance and adhere to the following precautions:
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
FOR YOUR BEVERAGE&TEA MAKER BM 8010
• Before using for the first
time please ensure that your
electricity supply is the same
as shown on the rating label
on the underside of the
appliance. If you have any
concerns please contact your
local electricity company.
• Carefully read all instructions
before operation and save for
future reference.
• Remove and safely discard
any packaging material and
promotional labels before
using the appliance for the first
time. Check if the appliance
is not damaged. Under no
circumstances should a
damaged product be used,
appliance with a damaged
power cord, etc.
• To eliminate a chocking
hazard for young children,
•
•
•
•
remove and safely discard the
protective cover fitted to the
power plug of this appliance.
Do not place the kettle near
the edge of a bench or table
during operation. Ensure that
the surface is level, clean and
free of water.
Do not place the kettle on or
near a hot gas burner, electric
element or where it could
touch a heated oven.
This appliance has been
designed specifically for the
purpose of boiling drinking
quality water only. Under no
circumstances should this
product be used to boil any
other liquids or foodstuffs. Use
the product only to purposes
it is designed for. Do not use it
outdoors.
Do not place any part of the
product into gas, electric or
CATLER RECOMMENDS SAFETY FIRST
5
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
6
microwave oven or on the hot
gas or electric plate.
Keep the kettle clear of walls,
curtains and other heat or
steam sensitive materials.
Minimum 20 cm distance.
Do not operate the kettle on
a metal surface, such as a sink
drain board for example.
The power plug should stay
easy accessible for unplugging.
Always ensure the kettle is
properly assembled before
connecting to a power outlet
and operating. Follow the
instructions provided in this
book.
The kettle is not intended to
be operated by means of an
external timer or separate
remote control system.
The kettle must be used only
with the power base supplied.
Do not use this supplied power
base for other types of kettles.
Never use the water kettle
near water sources, such as a
bathtub, shower or swimming
pool, etc.
Do not place anything on top
of the lid.
Do not touch the kettle with
CATLER RECOMMENDS SAFETY FIRST
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
wet hands.
Do not touch hot surfaces.
Use the handle for lifting and
carrying the kettle.
Do not leave the kettle
unattended while in use.
Always use the kettle on a flat,
clean surface. Do not use it
on an inclined surface, do not
carry or move with kettle while
in use.
Use caution when pouring
water from the kettle, as
boiling water and steam will
scald. Do not pour the water
too quickly.
To protect against electric
shock, do not immerse the
kettle base, power base, power
cord or power plug in water
or allow moisture to come in
contact with these parts.
Do not remove the kettle
from the power base during
operation. Ensure the kettle
has switched off after the
water has boiled or reached
the selected temperature,
before removing the kettle
from the power base.
Do not open the lid while it is
turned on.
• Always take in mind the MIN
and MAX levels when pouring
water into the kettle. If the
water kettle is overfilled,
boiling water may splash out.
Do not manipulate with the
kettle lid if the water is boiling.
• Avoid pouring water or any
other liquid on the power cord
and plug.
• Always ensure the kettle
switch is in the ‘off’ position,
then turn the power off at the
power outlet and remove the
plug from the power outlet
before attempting to move the
appliance, when the appliance
is not in use and before
cleaning and storing.
• Do not use abrasive or caustic
cleaning agents to clean the
product.
• Keep the outside and inside
of the kettle clean. Follow the
cleaning instructions provided
in this book.
• Do not store or use any
explosive or flammable
substances (for example
sprays) in or near the product.
• Do not unplug the water kettle
by pulling on the power cable.
This may damage the power
cable or socket. Unplug the
cable by pulling the electrical
plug.
• Use only supplied accessories
with Catler product or
recommended accessories by
a manufacturer.
CATLER RECOMMENDS SAFETY FIRST
7
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS FOR
ALL ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
• Fully unwind the power cord
before use.
• Do not let the cord hang over
the edge of a table or counter,
touch hot surfaces or become
knotted.
• For the security reasons,
we recommend to plug the
Catler Tea Maker directly to
its own circuit, separate from
other appliances. It is not
recommended using hub or
extension cord.
• This appliance shall not be
used by children. Keep the
appliance and its cord out of
the reach of chidren.
• This appliance can be used
by children aged from 8 years
and above and if they have
been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of
the appliance in a safe way
and understand the hazards
involved. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be
made by children unless
they are older than 8 and
supervised. Keep the appliance
and its cord our of the reach of
children aged less than 8 years.
8
CATLER RECOMMENDS SAFETY FIRST
• This appliance can be used by
persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities
or lack of experience and
knowledge if they have
been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of
the appliance in a safe way
and understand the hazards
involved. Children shall not
play with the appliance.
• It is recommended to inspect
the appliance regularly. Do
not use the appliance if power
supply cord, plug or appliance
become damaged in any way.
Return the entire appliance to
the nearest authorised Catler
Service Centre for examination
and/or repair.
• This appliance is for household
use only. Do not use it for
commercial purpose. Do not
use in moving vehicles or
boats. Do not use outdoors.
Do not use this appliance
for anything other than its
intended use. Otherwise it may
result in injury to persons.
• Do not use this appliance for
other than its intended use. Do
not use in moving vehicles or
boats. Do not use outdoors.
• The installation of a residual current device (safety switch) is
recommended to provide additional safety protection when using
electrical appliances. It is advisable that a safety switch with a rated
residual operating current not exceeding 30mA be installed in the
electrical circuit supplying the appliance. See your electrician for
professional advice.
CAUTION: HOT SURFACE.
THE TEMPERATURE OF ACCESSIBLE
SURFACES MAY BE HIGHER IF THE
APPLIANCE IS IN OPERATION.
WARNING:
TO PROTECT AGAINST ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT IMMERSE THE POWER CORD,
POWER PLUG OR APPLIANCE IN WATER
OR ANY OTHER LIQUID.
DO NOT OPERATE THE KETTLE ON AN
INCLINED SURFACE. DO NOT MOVE THE
KETTLE WHILE IT IS SWITCHED ON.
THE POWER PLUG SHOULD STAY EASY
ACCESSIBLE FOR UNPLUGGING.
WARNING:
ONLY FOR HOUSEHOLD USE.
DO NOT IMMERSE INTO WATER OR ANY
OTHER LIQUID. FULLY UNWIND THE CORD.
CATLER RECOMMENDS SAFETY FIRST
9
Know your
Beverage&Tea Maker
BM 8010
10
CATLER RECOMMENDS
ASSEMBLING
YOUR FOOD
SAFETY
PROCESSOR
FIRST FP 8010
KNOW YOUR BEVERAGE&TEA MAKER BM 8010
M
A
B
C
D
N
E
O
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
A. Handle of internal lid
H. Green tea button / 75 °C
B. Internal lid
I.
White tea button / 85 °C
C. External lid
J.
Oolong tea button / 90 °C
D. Spout
K. Black tea button / 95 °C
E. Glass body of water kettle
L. START/STOP button
F. Stand with control panel and central
connector
M. Handle of tea strainer
G. Boil button / 100 °C
O. Carrying handle for kettle
N. Stainless-steel tea strainer
KNOW YOUR BEVERAGE&TEA MAKER BM 8010
11
Tea
12
KNOW YOUR TEA MAKER BM 8010
TYPES OF TEA
White tea
White tea is the rarest and mildest tea. It
contains young leaves and buds. The leaves
are left to oxidize mildly on their own, and
then they are dried. This type of tea has less
caffeine and tastes slightly sweet.
Green tea
The tea leaves undergo minimal oxidation
and are then dried before they darken. Green
tea has a distinctive aroma and a slightly
bitter taste.
do not recommend consuming tea after
its expiration date, because then it loses its
flavor and aroma.
TIPS ON MAKING TEA
The water quality influences tea’s final taste.
For better-quality tea, use filtered water.
Crushed tea leaves steep faster than whole
leaves. To achieve optimal flavor, it may
sometimes be necessary to shorten the
brewing time. Steeping for too long may
release more tannin, which may make the
drink more bitter.
Oolong tea
The leaves are picked at their moment of
full ripeness. The leaves undergo oxidation,
which is interrupted in certain phases. These
leaves are brown with a slight green tinge.
This tea has a pleasant touch of fruit flavor.
Black tea
Black tea is the world’s most common variety.
The harvested leaves are mechanically
broken and undergo full oxidation. During
the oxidation process, the leaves darken
to a brown to black shade. Of all the teas
mentioned above, black tea has the strongest
taste.
In addition to tea made only from tea leaves,
there are other types of tea and tea blends,
such as fruit tea, herb tea, etc. You can use
this kettle to prepare any kind of tea — just
select the right temperature.
DOSING AND STORING TEA
When measuring out tea, follow the
producer’s instructions.
Tea is very prone to taking on various aromas
and odors. For tea to retain its flavor and
aroma, it should not be exposed to moisture
or light. Tea should be kept in moistureproof containers in a dark, dry place. We
TEA
13
Operating your
Beverage&Tea Maker
BM 8010
14
OPERATING YOUR ESPRESSO MACHINE ES 8011 SE
OPERATING YOUR BEVERAGE&TEA MAKER BM 8010
PURPOSE OF WATER KETTLE
This kettle not only boils water, but also
makes tea preparation easier thanks to its
adjustable temperature. Just choose the
optimal temperature for the selected type of
tea, and let the water heat up. After heating
the water, put tea in the tea strainer, put the
tea strainer in the kettle, and start brewing
mode. Then just wait for the acoustic signal
that tells you brewing time is finished and
time to take the strainer with the steeped tea
out of the kettle. The automatic “Keep Warm”
function keeps the tea hot for 30 minutes.
BEFORE FIRST USE
1. Take the water kettle and all accessories
out of the packaging.
2. Grasp the internal lid by the handle and
turn it anticlockwise until the arrow
symbol on the internal lid is even with
the open lock symbol shown on the
outer lid. Take off the lid and set it aside.
Remove the tea strainer from the kettle
and then remove the outer lid. Wash
out the internal lid, external lid and tea
strainer under hot running water with
neutral kitchen detergent added. Then
thoroughly rinse out these parts under
clean, hot running water and towel dry.
3. Fill the water kettle with clean tap water
to the maximum mark (1.2 l). Make sure
that the water level does not exceed the
maximum mark.
WARNING:
Do not fill the kettle
with water when it is
on the stand.
4. Put the external lid onto the water kettle,
and press it down, so that it settles over
the entire circumference to the kettle’s
neck. Into the center of the cover lid
insert the internal lid so that the arrow
symbol on the internal lid is even with
the open lock symbol on the outer lid.
Grasp the internal lid by the handle and
turn it clockwise until the arrow symbol
on the internal lid is even with the closed
lock symbol. Now the kettle is properly
closed.
NOTE:
When preparing the kettle for first use,
it is not necessary to insert the tea
strainer.
2. From the bottom of the stand, unwind
the necessary length of power cable.
Pull the power cable through one of the
three slots in the base. Put the stand on
an even, dry, stable surface and plug the
power cable in.
6. Put the water kettle, which you have
previously filled with water, onto the
stand. Press the Boil button. The light-up
control buttons Boil and START/STOP
glow white. To start the boiling process,
press the START/STOP button. The control
light of the START/STOP button glows
red, and the water starts to heat. As soon
as the water boils, 5 beeps sound. Once
the water boils, the kettle automatically
switches to “Keep Warm” mode. To end
this mode, press and hold the START/
STOP for about 2 seconds. Then a long
beep sounds to confirm that “Keep
OPERATING YOUR BEVERAGE&TEA MAKER BM 8010
15
Warm” mode has ended. The control
light of the START/STOP button lights up
red. Remove the kettle from the stand.
Empty it and leave boil clean tap water
2 or 3 more times to remove any odors
and impurities from the manufacturing
process. Before filling with water again,
let the kettle cool for a few minutes. Do
not fill the hot kettle with water that is
too cold, since this may crack the glass
surface. To remove the lid, use the handle.
NOTE:
When preparing the kettle for first use,
it is not necessary to insert the tea
strainer.
WARNING:
Fill the kettle only
with potable water.
Never fill the kettle
when it is placed on
the stand.
If the water kettle is
overfilled, boiling
water may splash
out.
3. Now the water kettle is ready to use.
USING THE WATER KETTLE TO PREPARE
TEA
1. From the bottom of the stand, unwind
the necessary length of power cable. Pull
the power cable through one of the three
slots in the base. Put the stand on an
even, dry, stable surface.
2. If the water kettle is on the stand,
remove it. Grasp the handle and remove
the lid from the kettle.
NOTE:
If the internal lid is set to locked
position, pull the handle to remove
the external lid at the same time.
3. Fill the kettle with the desired amount of
water. The water level must at least reach
the minimum mark (0.5 l) and must not
exceed the maximum mark (1.2 l).and
switch On.
16
OPERATING YOUR BEVERAGE&TEA MAKER BM 8010
4. Firmly close the kettle with the lid. The
outer lid must attach all the way around
the neck of the kettle. The internal lid
must be set to locked position, i.e. the
arrow on the internal lid must be even
with the closed lock icon on the external
lid.
5. Put the kettle on the stand and plug the
power cable in. After the stand is plugged
in, an acoustic signal (three beeps) will
sound, and the lights on all control
buttons will briefly glow white. Then the
control panel switches to “Ready”, which
means you can use the kettle.
6. 6. If the stand is plugged in first, the
white START/STOP and Green Tea control
lights go on.
7. When the stand is plugged in again, the
white START/STOP button lights up, as
does the temperature setting button
that was last used before unplugging the
stand.
8. Press the appropriate button to choose
the optimal temperature for preparing
the elected type of tea. The relevant
button lights up white when it is pressed.
The START/STOP button also glows
white. To start the water heating to the
set temperature, press the START/STOP
button. The control light of the START/
STOP button glows red.
into the slot in the external lid. The edge
of the strainer must click into the slot all
around the external lid. The handle of
the strainer must be placed above the
handle, which is used for carrying the
kettle. Close the slot in the external lid
using the internal lid.
NOTE:
If the water kettle is removed from
the stand during “Keep Temperature”
mode, the mode automatically ends,
and the control panel switches to
“Ready” mode.
Two minutes after “Keep Temperature”
mode automatically starts, 5 beeps
sound to remind you that the kettle
has not yet been switched to brewing
mode.
If you have not launched brewing
mode 10 minutes after “Keep
Temperature” mode automatically
launches, switch to “Standby” mode.
To save energy, all the button lights go
off. From “Standby” mode, switch the
kettle into “Ready” mode by pressing
any button, removing the kettle from
the stand or unplugging the stand and
then plugging it back in.
9. As soon as the water gets to the desired
temperature, 5 beeps sound to indicate
the temperature has been reached.
NOTE:
If you remove the water kettle from
the stand while it is heating water,
heating automatically stops and
the panel automatically switches to
“Ready”.
“KEEP TEMPERATURE” MODE
•
•
After the water has been heated,
the kettle automatically switches to
“Keep Temperature” mode. In this
mode, the kettle maintains the set
water temperature for no more than
10 minutes. The button for setting
water temperature blinks white, and
the START/STOP button still glows
red. During this time, it is necessary to
prepare the tea for brewing and switch
the kettle to brewing mode.
Grasp the handle on the internal lid and
turn the lid counter-clockwise, so that
the arrow shown on the internal lid is
even with the open lock symbol on the
outside of lid. Carefully remove the lid.
Be sure not to get scalded by the steam
that can escape from the slot in the lid.
Prepare the tea strainer and put the
proper amount of tea into it. Grasp the
tea strainer by the handle, and insert it
TEA BREWING MODE
•
Press the same button (blinking button)
that you previously used to set the
temperature, to switch the kettle to
brewing mode. The brewing times for
each temperature setting button are
preset as follows.
OPERATING YOUR BEVERAGE&TEA MAKER BM 8010
17
Brewing time
Green tea / 75 °C
3 minutes
White tea / 85 °C
4 minutes
Oolong tea / 90 °C
5 minutes
Temperature setting
button
Maintenance
temperature
Black tea / 95 °C
6 minutes
Green tea / 75 °C
65 °C
White tea / 85 °C
70 °C
Oolong tea / 90 °C
80 °C
Black tea / 95 °C
80 °C
•
After the appropriate button is pressed,
one long beep sounds. The button stops
flashing, and it starts to glow white. The
START/STOP button still glows red. The
kettle automatically counts the time left
before the brewing process ends. The
end of brewing mode is signaled by
5 short beeps and one long beep. Open
the internal lid. Carefully remove the tea
strainer with the brewed tea, and then
close the lid again.
NOTE:
Thirty seconds after brewing mode
ends, another acoustic signal sounds
to remind you that it is necessary to
remove the strainer with the used tea.
Brewing mode can be ended
prematurely by pressing and holding the
temperature setting button, which lights
for about 2 seconds. The end of brewing
mode is signaled by 5 short beeps and
one long beep. After that, the kettle
automatically switches to “Keep Warm”
mode. If the water kettle is removed
from the stand during brewing mode,
the mode automatically ends, and the
control panel switches to “Read” mode.
“KEEP WARM” MODE
After brewing mode is over, the kettle
automatically switches to “Keep Warm”
mode to maintain the tea’s temperature for
30 minutes. In this mode, the temperature
setting button slowly blinks, and the START/
18
STOP button glows red. The manufacturer
sets the maintenance temperatures for each
temperature setting preset button as follows.
Temperature setting button
OPERATING YOUR BEVERAGE&TEA MAKER BM 8010
•
Keep Warm” mode automatically ends
after 30 minutes. The end of the mode
is signaled by 5 short beeps and 1 long
one. After that, the kettle automatically
switches to “Standby” mode. To save
energy, all the button lights go off.
•
If you remove the kettle from the stand
during “Keep Warm” mode, this will
interrupt the mode that keeps the tea
hot, but the timer will still count off the
time left until “Keep Warm” mode ends
without regard to whether the kettle
is on or off the stand. If the kettle is
returned to the stand while counting
the time left in “Keep Warm” mode,
the user can decide whether to have
the kettle continue maintaining the
temperature or not. The appropriate
temperature setting button slowly,
continuously blinks, and the START/
STOP button glows white. Pressing the
appropriate temperature setting button,
which is slowly blinking, confirms that
you want to continue maintaining the
temperature. The START/STOP button
glows red. The temperature sensor
detects a drop in water temperature and
the need to reheat it. If the kettle starts
to heat the water immediately after
reaching the maintenance temperature
again, 3 beeps sound. If you do not
press the appropriate button, the
kettle will not continue to maintain the
temperature. Only the timer will remain
active for counting the time left until
“Keep Warm” mode ends.
•
•
You can end “Keep Warm” mode at any
time by pressing the START/STOP button
for about 2 seconds. Cancellation of
“Keep Warm” mode is confirmed with
a long beep. The kettle automatically
switches to “Ready” mode, and the
START/STOP button lights up white.
automatically ends after 30 minutes.
The end of the mode is signaled by 5
short beeps and 1 long one. After that,
the kettle automatically switches to
“Standby” mode. To save energy, all the
button lights go off.
•
If you remove the kettle from the stand
during “Keep Warm” mode, this will
interrupt the mode that keeps the water
hot, but the timer will still count off the
time left until the mode ends without
regard to whether the kettle is on or
off the stand. If the kettle is returned
to the stand while counting the time
left in “Keep Warm” mode, the user
can decide whether to have the kettle
continue maintaining the temperature
or not. The Boil button continues to
blink slowly, and the START/STOP
button glows white. Pressing the Boil
button, confirms that you want to
continue maintaining the temperature.
The START/STOP button glows red.
The temperature sensor detects a drop
in water temperature and the need
to reheat it. If the kettle starts to heat
the water immediately after reaching
the maintenance temperature again,
3 beeps sound. If you do not press the
Boil button, the kettle will not continue
to maintain the temperature. Only the
timer will remain active for counting the
time left until “Keep Warm” mode ends.
•
You can stop “Keep Warm” mode at any
time by pressing the START/STOP button
for about 2 seconds. Cancellation of
“Keep Warm” mode is confirmed with
a long beep. The kettle automatically
switches to “Ready” mode, and the
START/STOP button lights up white.
•
Pour the boiled water into a cup or mug.
When carrying the kettle, make sure it is
in upright position, especially if it is filled
to the maximum mark.
Pour the brewed tea into a cup or mug.
When carrying the kettle, make sure it is
in upright position, especially if it is filled
to the maximum mark.
USING THE KETTLE TO BOIL WATER
1. Proceed in the same way as indicated in
points 1 to 5 of the previous section.
2. Press the Boil button. After the button
is pressed, it lights up white. The START/
STOP button also glows white. To boil
water, press the START/STOP button. The
START/STOP button glows red.
3. As soon as the water boils, 5 beeps
sound.
NOTE:
If you remove the water kettle from
the stand while it is heating water,
heating automatically stops and
the panel automatically switches to
“Ready”.
“KEEP WARM” MODE
•
After the process of boiling water ends,
the kettle automatically switches to
“Keep Warm” mode. The Boil button
will continue to blink slowly, and the
START/STOP button will continue to
glow red. “Keep Warm” mode maintains
the kettle at 90 °C. “Keep Warm” mode
OPERATING YOUR BEVERAGE&TEA MAKER BM 8010
19
ENDING THE CURRENT MODE
OVERHEAT PROTECTION FUNCTION
You can cancel the current mode at any time
by pressing the START/STOP button for about
2 seconds. It is confirmed with a long beep.
Then the kettle automatically switches to
“Ready” mode, and the START/STOP button
lights up white.
If you inadvertently turn the water kettle on
without water, after a certain temperature is
reached, the thermostat automatically breaks
the electrical circuit. The kettle shuts off, and
an 8-second beep sounds. The kettle can’t be
turned back on for several minutes, until the
stainless-steel bottom cools.
“STANDBY” MODE
Do not turn the water kettle on when it is
empty. Improper use of the water kettle can
shorten its service life.
The kettle automatically switches to
“Standby” mode if it has not been in
operation for longer than 5 minutes, and
if you have not pressed any control button
during that time, or you do not remove
the kettle from the stand or put it back. In
“Standby” mode, to save energy, no buttons
are lit.
From “Standby” mode, switch the kettle
into “Ready” mode by pressing any button,
removing the kettle from the stand or
unplugging the stand and then plugging it
back in.
“READY” MODE
In “Ready” mode, the white START/STOP
button glows, as does the temperature
setting last used.
If the stand is plugged in first, the white
START/STOP and Green Tea control lights go
on.
ACOUSTIC SIGNAL WHEN SET
TEMPERATURE EXCEEDED
If the kettle contains hot water, and the the
user then selects a water heating mode
for a temperature lower than the current
temperature of the water in the kettle as
detected by the temperature sensor, the
water heating process automatically stops.
Three long beeps sound, and the kettle
automatically switches to “Ready” mode.
20
OPERATING YOUR BEVERAGE&TEA MAKER BM 8010
REPEATED USE OF THE KETTLE
If you want to open the kettle’s lid for
repeated filling, first empty the entire
contents, so that you will not be scalded by
escaping steam. Before filling again, let the
kettle cool for a few minutes. Do not fill the
hot kettle with water that is too cold, since
this may crack the glass surface.
END OF USE
When you are finished using the kettle,
unplug the cable.
Completely empty the kettle. Allow the
kettle to cool, and clean it according to the
instructions in the Cleaning and Maintenance
chapter.
NOTE:
This water kettle is not calibrated for
scientific or commercial purposes. The
set temperature may vary from the
actual water temperature by ±5 °C.
OPERATING YOUR ESPRESSO MACHINE ES 8011 SE
21
Care & Cleaning
22
CARE & CLEANING
CLEANING
•
Make sure the kettle is turned off and
unplugged. Before cleaning, allow the
kettle to cool completely.
•
If you have used the kettle to prepare
tea, clean it in the following manner
after every use. From the tea strainer
remove the tea, and clean the strainer
under warm running water. Then let
it dry on its own or dry it with a towel.
Wipe the kettle’s glass surface from
inside with a moist cleaning sponge to
remove any discoloration from tea, and
then rinse the inside of the kettle with
clean warm water. For cleaning, do not
use kitchen detergent or other chemical
substances, steel wool or abrasive
cleaners that may damage the kettle’s
surface.
•
Once a month, we recommend
removing tannin residue left from
brewing tea. Fill the kettle with 1 l of
water, and put the juice and peel of one
lemon into it. Boil water in the kettle
and let the liquid stand overnight. Then
empty the water kettle, and before
using it again, boil clean water in it 4 or
5 times.
•
If you have used the kettle to boil water,
it is enough to empty the contents after
each use.
•
If necessary, you can wash the internal
and external lids under running water
with some neutral kitchen detergent.
Then thoroughly rinse under clean
running water and dry. You can rub
the external surface of the kettle with
a slightly moist rag and then wipe it
dry. To clean the stand and the interior
surface of the kettle bottom, use a dry
rag.
•
For cleaning, never use abrasive
cleaning agents, gasoline, solvents, etc.
Do not submerge the kettle (except for
the lid and tea strainer), the stand or
the power cable in water or wash these
parts under running water.
REMOVING SCALE DEPOSITS
•
Limescale deposited in the kettle may
negatively affect its life, so regularly
remove it, based on how often the water
kettle is used. With ordinary use (3 to 5
times a day), we recommend removing
limescale:
Once a month in areas with hard or
very hard water;
Once every two to three months in
areas with soft or moderately hard
water.
•
Limescale can be removed with:
8% white vinegar, commonly sold
in stores. Fill the kettle with ¾ l
water and ¼ l vinegar. Bring the
solution to a boil, and let it stand in
the kettle for 2 hours. Then empty
the water kettle, and before using
it again, boil clean water in it 4 or 5
times.
Citric acid. In the water kettle, boil
1 l of water, and add 30 g of citric
acid and let the solution stand for
about 30 minutes. Then empty the
water kettle, and before using it
again, boil clean water in it 4 or 5
times.
CARE&CLEANING
23
NOTE:
Do not use chemicals, steel wool, or
abrasive cleaners to clean the inside
or outside of the kettle as these may
scratch the surface.
WARNING:
Never immerse or
wash exterior of
glass jug under
running water.
NOTE:
To prevent damage to the appliance,
do not use alkaline cleaning agents
when cleaning. Use a soft cloth and
mild detergent.
24
CARE & CLEANING
INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION REGARDING THE DISPOSAL OF USED PACKAGING
MATERIALS
Dispose of packaging material at a public waste disposal site.
DISPOSAL OF USED ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC APPLIANCES
The meaning of the symbol on the product, its accessory or packaging indicates that this product shall not
be treated as household waste. Please, dispose of this product at your applicable collection point for the
recycling of electrical & electronic equipment waste. Alternatively in some states of the European Union or
other European states you may return your products to your local retailer when buying an equivalent new
product. The correct disposal of this product will help save valuable natural resources and help in preventing
the potential negative impact on the environment and human health, which could be caused as a result of
improper liquidation of waste. Please ask your local authorities or the nearest waste collection centre for
further details. The improper disposal of this type of waste may fall subject to national regulations for fi nes.
For business entities in the European Union
If you wish to dispose of an electrical or electronic device, request the necessary information from your seller
or supplier.
Disposal in other countries outside the European Union
If you wish to dispose of this product, request the necessary information about the correct disposal method
from local government departments or from your seller.
The product applies all regulations of EU.
Changes to the text, design and technical specifications may occur without prior notice and we reserve the right to make
these changes.
The original version is in the Czech language.
Address of the manufacturer: FAST ČR, a.s., Černokotelecká 1621, Říčany CZ-251 01
2017
06/2017
25
NOTES
NOTES
BEVERAGE&TEA
MAKER
Due to continued product
improvement, the products
illustrated/photographed in
this brochure may vary slightly from the actual product.
W W W . C A T L E R . E U
CUSTOMER SERVICE
28
I N F O @ C A T L E R . E U
Download PDF
Similar pages