Black & Decker EF2550 Instruction manual

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Lid
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Basket handle
Handle release button
Basket
Cooking bowl
Viewing window
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Intended use
Your Black & Decker Deep Fryer has been
designed for cooking ingredients as listed in the
Frying Guide in this manual. This product is
intended for household use only.
Read this entire manual carefully
before using the appliance.
Safety instructions
• Warning! When using mains-powered
appliances, basic safety precautions,
including the following, should always be
followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock, personal injury and material damage.
• When using an extension cord with your
appliance, make sure the extension cord is
correctly wire & rated for its use.
Safety of others
• Do not allow the cord set to hang over bench
tops.
• 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.
• The intended use is described in this manual. • Do not allow children or any person unfamiliar
The use of any accessory or attachment or
the performance of any operation with this
appliance other than those recommended in
this instruction manual may present a risk of
personal injury.
• Retain this manual for future reference.
• Always route the cord carefully to avoid a
tripping hazard.
• Never operate an appliance directly below
the socket-outlet it is connected to.
Using your appliance
• Make sure that the appliance is switched off
before connecting to or disconnecting from
the power supply.
• Always take care when using the appliance.
• Never pull the power supply cord to
disconnect the plug from the socket.
with these instructions to use the appliance.
• Do not allow children or animals to come near
the work area or to touch the appliance or
power supply cord. Close supervision is
necessary when the appliance is used near
children.
• Never leave the appliance unattended when
in use.
After use
• Switch off and remove the plug from the
socket before leaving the appliance
unattended and before changing, cleaning or
inspecting any parts of the appliance.
• When not in use, the appliance should be
stored in a dry place. Children should not
have access to stored appliances.
• Keep the power supply cord away from heat, Inspection and repairs
oil and sharp edges.
• Before use, check the appliance for damaged
or defective parts. Check for breakage of
• Surfaces may be hot during use and during
the cool down period.
• Do not operate or place any part of this
appliance on or near any hot surface, such
as gas or electric burner or in a heated oven.
parts, damage to switches and any other
conditions that may affect its operation.
• Do not use the appliance if any part is
damaged or defective.
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• Have any damaged or defective parts
repaired or replaced by an authorised repair
agent.
• Before use, check the power supply cord for
signs of damage, ageing and wear.
• Do not use the appliance if the power supply
cord or mains plug is damaged or defective.
• If the power supply cord or mains plug is
Mains plug replacement
If a new mains plug needs to be fitted:
• Safely dispose of the old plug.
• Connect the brown lead to the live terminal
of the new plug.
• Connect the blue lead to the neutral
terminal.
damaged or defective it must be repaired by
• If the product is class l (earthed), connect
an authorised repair agent in order to avoid a
the green / yellow lead to the earth terminal.
hazard. Do not cut the power supply cord
Warning! If your product is class ll double
and do not attempt to repair it yourself.
insulated (only 2 wires in the cord set), no
Never attempt to remove or replace any
connection is to be made to the earth terminal.
parts other than those specified in this
Follow the fitting instructions supplied with good
manual.
quality plugs
Do not attempt to repair the appliance. Take
Any replacement fuse must be of the same rating
it to your nearest Black & Decker-owned or
as the original fuse supplied with the product.
authorised Service Centre for repair.
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Electrical safety
Additional safety instructions for
deep fryers
• This product must be earthed. Always check • Do not immerse the appliance, cord set or
that the power supply corresponds to the
voltage on the rating plate.
• Power plugs must match the outlet. Never
modify the plug in any way. Do not use any
adapter plugs with earthed (Class 1)
appliances. Unmodified plugs and matching
outlets will reduce the risk of electric shock.
Extension cables & Class 1
product
• A 3-core cable must be used as your
appliance is earthed and of Class 1
construction.
plug in liquids
• Never add water or ice to oil
• Do not use solid fats
• Extra care is required when cooking frozen
food
• Only use good quality cooking oil in this fryer
• Always close the lid before lowering the
basket into the hot oil
• Care should be taken when opening the fryer
as hot steam may escape on opening.
• Up to 30m (100ft) can be used without loss
• Hot steam may escape from the filter cover
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
• Take care when opening the Fryer lid as hot
of power.
replaced by the manufacturer or an
authorized Black & Decker Service Center in
order to avoid a hazard.
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vents during use
steam may escape
• Do not touch hot surfaces such as the bowl,
lid and main body during use or the cool-down
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period. Always use the handles or knobs
provided.
• Lift the basket (8) from the Fryer.
• Allow Fryer & oil to cool before carrying or
• Grip the bowl (9) at either side & lift it from the
• Surfaces may be hot during use and during
• To re-fit, place it back in the cavity, ensuring
emptying.
the cool down period.
• Always leave sufficient space around the
fryer for ventilation.
Assembly
This appliance is supplied fully assembled &
only requires parts to be cleaned & oil adding to
the cooking bowl before use.
Lid
cavity.
the orientation of the bowl is correct. Re-fit
the basket, lower it & close the lid.
Use
Adding oil
• Raise the basket handle (6) until it locks in
the horizontal position.
• To open the lid (1), press the lid release
• Press the lid release button (2) & allow the lid
• Once open, the lid can be removed from the
• Lift the basket (8) from the Fryer.
button (2).
product by lifting it vertically from the
appliance.
• To re-fit the lid, insert the posts into the slot in
the appliance. Close the lid, ensuring it locks
in place.
Basket
to open.
• Remove the cooking bowl (9).
• Check the element for signs of damage or
debris to prolong the life of the appliance &
improve efficiency.
• To raise the basket, lift the handle (6) until it
•
Note: The bowl should only be removed while
locks in the horizontal position. This will raise the product is cool.
the basket out of the oil.
• Place the cooking bowl back in the appliance
Press the lid release button (2) & allow the lid
making sure it is seated correctly.
(1) to open.
• Lift the basket (8) from the Fryer.
• To re-fit the basket, insert the rib on the
basket into the slot in the appliance and
lower into position.
• Close the lid, & press the handle release
button (7). Slowly lower the handle to the
vertical position. This will lower the basket
into the oil
Cooking bowl
• Pour good quality cooking oil into the cooking
bowl. Always make sure the oil level is
between the maximum & minimum marks on
the cooking bowl. (Approx 2 liters)
Note: Cook only in the bowl supplied.
• Fit the basket into the appliance. Close the lid
& press handle release button to lower the
handle to the vertical position.
• Press the lid release button (2) & allow the lid
(1) to open.
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Cooking
• Carefully close the lid, making sure it latches
in position.
• Slowly lower the basket handle (6) to the
• Connect the appliance to a suitable electrical
supply.
• Rotate the temperature control (5) to the
required temperature setting (Icon 1).
• Press the Timer button (3) five times this will
set the cooking time to 5 minutes (Icon 2).
This is sufficient time to pre heat the oil. The
temperature indicator lamp (4) will light up
orange to indicate the appliance is on and
the oil is being heated.
• The temperature indicator lamp (4) will
change to green when the oil is at the
selected temperature.
• Preheating the empty basket in this way will
help prevent food sticking to it.
• Press the Timer button (3) and hold down for
3 seconds to reset the timer mode (Icon 4).
The power to the heating element will cut off.
• Raise the handle (6) to the horizontal
position.
• Press the lid release button (2) & allow the lid
to open.
• Remove the basket (8) & close the lid. Place
the basket on a worktop, using clean cloth or
paper towels to prevent marking the work
surface.
• Place the prepared ingredients in the basket
(8), then open the Fryer lid (1) & fit the
basket to the appliance.
Note: Excess moisture should be removed from
ingredients with a clean cloth or paper towels
before frying.
Note: Do not over fill the basket.
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vertical position. This will lower the basket
into the oil.
• Press the Timer button (3) the selected
number of times (Icon 3). Note each time it is
pressed results in 1 minute on the timer. The
temperature indicator lamp (4) will light up
orange to indicate the appliance is on and the
oil is being heated.
• If during the cooking period additional time is
required the timer must be reset and the
cooking time must be input into the timer.
• To reset the timer, press the Timer button (3)
and hold down for 3 seconds (Icon 4).
Note: The temperature indicator lamp (4) will
cycle between orange and green during cooking
– this is normal. Keep lid (1) closed during
cooking.
• Use the Frying Guide as a guide to determine
food quantities, temperature settings and
cooking times.
• The cooking progress can be checked by
looking through the window (10).
Note: Hot steam may escape from the filter
vents and lid during cooking.
• If the food is cooked sufficiently before the
timer has reached zero the unit can be
switched off by resetting the timer. Press the
timer button (3) and hold it down for 3
seconds, the temperature indicator lamp (4)
will go out. Disconnect the appliance from the
electrical supply.
• Raise the basket handle (6) until it locks in
the horizontal position, lifting the basket from
the oil. Press the lid release button (2) to
open the Fryer & remove the basket, shaking
it so any excess oil falls back into the cooking
bowl.
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Frying guide
Cooking
This frying time given in this chart is only a
guide and should be adjusted according to the
quantity fried.
• Do not overfill the basket. This will cause the
oil temperature dropping and make the food
greasy.
• Do not keep the oil at high temperature for
Food
Oil Temp
(ºC)
Max.
Weight
(Grams)
Approx.
Frying
Time
(Minutes)
Shrimp
130
250
3–5
Onion
Rings
140
150
3–4
Mushrooms
140
300
6–8
Fish Fillet
150
250
5–6
Fish Fillet in
Batter
150
400
6–8
Fish Cakes
or Balls
150
400
7 – 10
• Frozen food can be cooked in the basket
Sliced Meat
170
400
7 – 10
After cooking
Steak
170
400
7 – 10
• Change the fat or oil regularly, after
Chicken
Strips
180
400
6 – 10
French
Fries
190
500
9 – 12
Practical advice
Oils and fats
• Always use oil that can withstand high
temperature.
• Do not mix different types of oil or fat.
• Change the oil or fat when it becomes brown
after cooking.
Preparing the food
• Whatever the recipe used, the food must be
perfectly dry: this will avoid overflowing and
make the oil or fat last longer.
• When preparing potato-based food (chips,
crisps, etc.), cut them up and then wash
them in cold water to remove the starch. Dry
them carefully. This will stop them sticking
together.
long periods. This will make it lose its
properties.
• Set the temperature controller to the lowest
temperature while waiting between two
batches.
• Do not leave the cooked food in the basket in
the draining position too long. The vapors
could cause the food to lose its crispness
and go soft.
without being defrosted.
approximately 20 batches.
Maintenance
Your Black & Decker tool has been designed to
operate over a long period of time with a
minimum of maintenance. Continuous
satisfactory operation depends upon proper care
and regular cleaning.
Warning! Before performing any maintenance
or cleaning of the Fryer, disconnect the
appliance from the power supply.
Emptying the Fryer
When the Fryer is cool, pour the old oil from the
coking bowl (9) into a suitable container. Always
follow local regulations concerning the disposal
of used cooking oil.
Cleaning
The main housing should be cleaned with a
clean damp cloth only.
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Protecting the environment
Lid & Basket:
Remove the lid & basket from the appliance.
Wash the lid & basket in warm soapy water.
Rinse with clean water and dry thoroughly with
a dry soft cloth.
Cleaning the bowl
Unplug the Fryer & allow the oil to cool to room
temperature. Remove the lid (1), basket (8) and
the cooking bowl (9) from the unit. Pour out the
cool oil and filter it in to a suitable container using
a sieve to filter out food particles from the oil.
Wipe the oil off with an absorbing paper. Wash
the lid & basket in warm soapy water. Rinse with
clean water and dry thoroughly with a dry soft
cloth.
Note: Do not use abrasives or chemical cleaners
on any part of this appliance.
All non electrical parts such as Lid, Basket and
Cooking Bowl are dishwasher safe. Ensure all
parts are dried properly before use.
Always follow local regulations concerning the
disposal of used cooking oil. Ventilation slot
should be cleaned occasionally with a clean, dry
paint brush.
Technical Data
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Voltage
220 – 240 Volts
Supply
50 Hz
Power input
1800 - 200W
Cable length
1m
Container size
2.5 litre
Weight
2.6 kg
Separate collection. This product must
not be disposed of with normal
household waste.
Should you find one day that your Black &
Decker product needs replacement, or if it is of
no further use to you, do not dispose of it with
other household waste. Make this product
available for separate collection.
• Black & Decker provides a facility for
recycling Black & Decker products once they
have reached the end of their working life.
This service is provided free of charge. To
take advantage of this service please return
your product to any authorised repair agent
who will collect them on our behalf.
• You can check the location of your nearest
authorised repair agent by contacting your
local Black & Decker office at the address
indicated in this manual. Alternatively, a list of
authorized Black & Decker repair agents and
full details of our after-sales service and
contact are available on the Internet at:
www.2helpU.com.
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Guarantee
Black & Decker is confident of the quality of its
products and offers an outstanding guarantee.
This guarantee statement is in addition to and in
no way prejudices your statutory rights.
The guarantee is valid within the territories of the
Member States of the European Union and the
European Free Trade Area.
If a Black & Decker product becomes defective
due to faulty materials, workmanship or lack of
conformity, within 24 months from the date of
purchase, Black & Decker guarantees to replace
defective parts, repair products subjected to fair
wear and tear or replace such products to ensure
minimum inconvenience to the customer unless:
The product has been used for trade,
professional or hire purposes;
The product has been subjected to misuse
or neglect;
The product has sustained damage
through foreign objects, substances or
accidents;
Repairs have been attempted by persons
other than authorised repair agents or
Black & Decker service staff.
To claim on the guarantee, you will need to
submit proof of purchase to the seller or an
authorised repair agent. You can check the
location of your nearest authorised repair agent
by contacting your local Black & Decker office at
the address indicated in this manual.
Alternatively, a list of authorised Black & Decker
repair agents and full details of our after-sales
service and contacts are available on the Internet
at: www.2helpU.com.
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k ¢UôMG .ójÈàdG IÎa hCG
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k ∑ôJG •
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hCG ∞∏àdG äÉeÓY Égƒ∏N øe ócCÉà∏d IóMƒdG ¢üëaG •
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á∏°ùdG
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.»°SCGôdG ™°VƒdG ¤EG A§ÑH ¢†Ñ≤ŸG ¢†ØîH
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.»°SCGôdG ™°VƒdG ¤EG A§ÑH (6) á∏°ùdG ¢†Ñ≤e ¢†ØîH ºb •
.âjõdG ‘ á∏°ùdG ¢†ØN ¤EG ∂dP …ODƒj ±ƒ°S
¿CG ßM’ .OóëŸG äGôŸG Oó©H (3) â pbDƒŸG QR ≈∏Y §¨°VG •
IóMGh á≤«bO É¡æY èàæj QõdG ≈∏Y É¡«a §¨°†J Iôe πc
áLQO öTDƒe ìÉÑ°üe A»°†j ±ƒ°S .(3 õeQ) â pbDƒŸG ‘
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.¬æ«î°ùJ ºàj âjõdG ¿CGh
Ωõ∏j ¬fEÉa ,‘É°VEG âbh §Ñ°V »¡£dG IÎa AÉæKCG Ωõd GPEG •
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.â pbDƒŸG
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A»°†j ±ƒ°S .Ék`≤Ñ°ùe âjõdG Úî°ùàd âbƒdG Gòg »Øµj
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QÉ«àdG Qó°üe øY RÉ¡÷G π°üaG .(4) IQGô◊G áLQO
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250
130
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150
140
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6-8
300
140
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150
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400
150
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7 - 10
400
150
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7 - 10
400
170
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7 - 10
400
170
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6 - 10
400
180
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9 - 12
500
190
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Names & Addresses for Black & Decker Service Concessionaries
AFGHANISTAN: United (Shekeeb Gulf FZE), Shahr-e-Naw, Charahi Haji Yaqoub, Kabul, Tel.: 075 2000760, Fax: +971-4-8817634.
ALGERIA: Sarl Outillage Corporation. 08 Rue Med Boudiaf ex TELLA Achen Cheraga, Alger, Algeria, Tel: 00213-0-21375130, Fax:
00213-0-21369667. AZERBAIJAN: Royalton Holdings Ltd. 28 May Street, No. 4, Suite 5, Baku - AZ1001, Tel.: 00994-124935544,
Fax: 00994-125980378. BAHRAIN: Fawaz Al Zayani, P.O. Box 26563, Adliya, Manama. Tel.: +973-17-715252/712756, Fax:
+973-17-713789. BANGLADESH: Ultra Corporation, 8, Kushol Centre, Uttara, Dhaka 1230. Tel.: +880-2-8919272/9756 Ext.28,
Fax: +880-2-9887167. EGYPT: Anasia Egypt for Trading S.A.E., P.O. Box 2443, 110 Mostafa Refaat Street, Sheraton Heliopolis
11361, Cairo. Tel.: +20-2-2684159, Fax: +20-2-2684169. ETHIOPIA: Tewfik Sherif & Co. Ltd., P.O. Box 5583, Debre Zeit Road,
Addis Ababa. Tel.: +251-1-651700/601, Fax: +251-1-650570. INDIA: Gryphon Impex Pvt. Ltd., D-6/4, Okhla Industrial Area,
Phase-I, New Delhi-110020. Tel.: +91-11-26372602-4, Fax: +91-11-26372601. JORDAN: Bashiti Hardware (Palestine Bldg. Matl.)
King Abdulla 2nd street, Opp ELBA House, P.O. Box 1564, Tel.: 00962.6.5349098 ext.11, Fax: 00962.6.5330731. KENYA:
Zylog Enterprises T/A Leading Concepts. IPS Building,Kaunda Street, PO Box 40877-00100, Nairobi. Tel.: 00254-20-6905000 Fax:
00254-20-6905111. KUWAIT: Al Omar Technical Co., P.O.Box 4062, 13041 Safat, Kuwait. Tel.: +965-4848595/0039, Fax:
+965-4845652. LEBANON: Aces Service Centre (Est. F.A.Ketaneh SA) P.O. Box 90-102, Nahr El Mot, Seaside Highway, Pharaon
Building, Beirut. Tel.: 00961 1 898989, Fax: 00961 1 245880. LIBYA: North Africa Trading ( El Ghoul Brothers) P.O. Box 348,
7 October Street 11, Benghazi, Tel.: 00218-3388706 Fax: 00218-909 41 23. MALTA: John G. Cassar Ltd., 36 Victory Str,
Qormi QRM 06, Malta. Tel.: +356-21-493251, Fax: +356-21-483231. MAURITIUS: J.M. Goupille & Co. Ltd. Rogers Industrial
Park 1. Riche Terre. Mauritius, Tel.: 00230-2069450, Fax: 00230-2483188. NEPAL: Universal Trading Centre, P.O.Box 1947,
Tripureswor, Kathmandu. Tel.: +977-1-262192/260587/785, Fax: 261154. NIGERIA: Dana Electronics Ltd. 116/120, Isolo, Lagos,
Nigeria. Tel.: +234-1-7431818. OMAN: Oman Marketing & Service Co.(Omasco), P.O. Box 2734, Behind Honda Showroom,
Wattayah, Oman. Tel.: 24560232/24560255, Fax: 24560993; Oman Marketing & Service Co. (Omasco) Al Ohi, Sohar, Oman. Tel.:
26846379, Fax: 26846379; Oman Marketing & Service Co. (Omasco) Sanaya, Salalah, Oman. Tel.: 23212290, Fax: 23210936.
PAKISTAN: Ammar Service & Spares, 60, Bank Arcade, Serai Road, Karachi. Tel.: +92-21-2426905, Fax: 2427214/5243; Lahore:
Nafees Electronics H.No 2,5/a, Ferozpur Road, Opp. Tamseel Hall, mozang. Lahore. Tel.: 0245092220, Cell: 03004607350.
PHILIPPINES: Modern House International Enterprises, 213 Rizal Ave. Extension, between 2nd and 3rd Ave. Kalookan City. Tel.:
+632 366-4487, Fax: +632-366-4489. QATAR: Al Muftah Service Centre P.O.Box 875, Doha, Qatar. Tel.: 4650880, Fax: 4441415.
SAUDI ARABIA: Dammam: Fawaz Ebrahim Al Zayani Trading Est. P.O. Box 76026, Al Raka Dammam, KSA. Tel.: 8140914, Fax:
8140824; Jeddah: Banaja Trading Co. Ltd., P.O. Box 366, Jeddah-21411, Tel.: 6511111, Fax: 6503668; Riyadh: Banaja Trading
Co. Ltd., P.O. Box 566, Riyadh-11421, Tel.: 4124444, Fax: 4033378. YANBU: Bin Afif, P.O. Box 530 Yanbu, Al Bahr. Tel.:
+966-4-3222626/8867, Fax: +966-4-3222210. SRI LANKA: Delmege Gen. Equip. Pvt. Ltd., No. 428/1AT. B., Jaya Mawatha
(Darley Road), Colombo-10. Tel.: +94-11-2665914, Fax: +94-11-2665915. TANZANIA: General Motors Investment, P.O. Box 16541,
14 Vingunguti Nyerere Road,
Dar Es Salaam. Tel.: +255-22-2862661/5022, Fax: +255-22-2862667/5412/3. TUNISIA: Société
Tunisienne De C Rue de la Physique, Nouvelle Zone Industrielle de Ben Arous-2013 Tunisie. Tel.: 00216-71-386102/ 380620. UAE:
Abu-Dhabi: Light House Electrical P.O. Box 120, Abu Dhabi, Tel.: 6726131, Fax: 6720667; Dubai: BLACK & DECKER
(OVERSEAS) A.G. P.O. Box 5420, Dubai, Tel.: 8127400/8127406, Fax: 8127069; Sharjah: Mc Coy Middle East LLC P.O. Box
25793, Sharjah, Tel.: 5395931, Fax: 5395932;
Ras Al Khaimah: Mc Coy Middle East LLC P.O. Box 10584, Ras Al Khaimah,
Tel.: 2277095, Fax: 2277096. YEMEN: Middle East Trading Co. (METCO) 5th Flr Hayel Saeed Anaam Bldg. Al Mogamma St. Taiz,
Yemen, Tel.: 00967-4-213455, Fax: 00967-4-219869. SANA'A: Middle East Trad. Co. Ltd., P.O. Box 12363, Hayel Street, Sana'a.
Tel.: +967-1-204201, Fax: +967-1-204204. TAIZ: Middle East Trad. Co. Ltd., Campa area near Al-Kair Mosque, Taiz. Tel.:
+967-4-231610/232033, Fax: +967-4-219869.
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