KM286 Manual
KM240 series KM260 series
KM286 series
instructions
istruzioni
instrucciones
Bedienungsanleitungen
gebruiksaanwijzing
AT282
AT283
AT282
& AT284
AT286
AT283
AT285
AT281
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the mixing tools and some of their uses
before using your Kenwood appliance/attachments
Read these instructions carefully and retain for future reference.
Remove all packaging and any labels.
Wash the parts: see ‘care and cleaning’.
Push excess cord in the cord storage compartment in the back of the
appliance.
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safety
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Switch off and unplug before fitting or removing tools and attachments, after
use and before cleaning.
Never let the cord hang down where a child could grab it.
Keep your fingers away from moving parts and fitted tools/attachments.
Never put your fingers etc in the hinge mechanism.
Never leave the appliance unattended when it is operating.
Never use a damaged appliance or attachment. Get it checked or repaired:
see ‘service and customer care’.
Never let the power unit, cord or plug get wet.
Never use an unauthorised attachment or more than one attachment at a
time.
When using an attachment also read the safety information included in this
manual relating to that particular product.
Never exceed the maximum capacities.
Take care when lifting this appliance. Ensure the head is locked and that the
bowl, tools, and cord are secure before lifting.
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.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
Only use the appliance for its intended domestic use. Kenwood will not
accept any liability if the appliance is subject to improper use, or failure to
comply with these instructions.
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whisk
For eggs, cream, batters, fatless sponges, meringues, cheesecakes,
mousses, soufflés. Don’t use the whisk for heavy mixtures (eg creaming fat
and sugar) - you could damage it.
dough hook
For yeast mixtures.
to use your mixer
1 Press down on the head release lever and raise the mixer head until it
locks into position.
2 Select a tool and push into the tool socket .
● Always ensure the guard is fitted onto the shaft of the dough hook before
inserting into the outlet. Once inserted fit the guard to the mixer outlet to
prevent food ingress.
3 Fit the bowl into the base and turn clockwise to lock into position .
4 Press down on the head release lever and lower the mixer head until it locks
into position.
5 Plug into the power supply then switch on and turn the speed switch to the
desired setting. To switch off turn to ‘0’.
● Switch to pulse P for short bursts
6 Unplug from the power supply.
7 Raise the mixer head and whilst holding it steady, pull the tool from the
outlet.
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before plugging in
Make sure your electricity supply is the same as the one shown on the
underside of your appliance.
This appliance conforms to EC directive 2004/108/EC on Electromagnetic
Compatibility and EC regulation no. 1935/2004 of 27/10/2004 on materials
intended for contact with food.
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beater
For making cakes, biscuits, pastry, icing, fillings, éclairs and mashed potato.
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kitchen machine
medium speed outlet
high speed outlet
tool socket
head release lever
mixer head
bowl
on/off and speed switch
power unit
cord storage compartment
beater
dough hook with removable guard
whisk
splashguard
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important
Some movement of the mixer head is normal when mixing
heavy loads such as bread dough.
If the mixer head is raised during operation, the machine will stop working
straight away. To re-start the mixer, lower the mixer head, turn the speed
switch to the off position, wait a few seconds and then re-select the speed.
The mixer should resume operating straight away.
If for any reason power to the mixer is interrupted and the machine stops
working, turn the speed switch to the off position, wait a few seconds and
then re-select the speed. The mixer should resume operating straight away.
The mixer will not operate unless all the outlet covers are
correctly fitted to the machine.
If you hear the machine labouring either switch off and remove
some of the mixture or increase the speed.
Always remove attachments fitted to the medium and high speed outlets
before raising the mixer head.
hints
Switch off and scrape the bowl with a spatula when necessary.
Eggs at room temperature are best for whisking.
Before whisking egg whites, make sure there’s no grease or
egg yolk on the whisk or bowl.
Use cold ingredients for pastry unless your recipe states otherwise.
When creaming fat and sugar for cake mixes, always use the fat at room
temperature or soften it first.
Your mixer has been fitted with a ‘soft start’ feature to minimise spillage.
However if the machine is switched on with a heavy mixture in the bowl
such as bread dough, you may notice that the mixer takes a few seconds to
reach the selected speed.
attachments
Not all of the attachments listed will necessarily be included with your
kitchen machine. Attachments are dependent upon the model variant.
points for bread making
blender (AT282 and AT283)
mill (AT286)
citrus press
food processor (AT284)
centrifugal juicer (AT285)
multi food grinder (AT281)
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Never exceed the maximum capacities stated - you will overload the
machine.
Some movement of the mixer head is normal when mixing heavy loads such
as bread dough.
The ingredients mix best if you put the liquid in first.
At intervals stop the machine and scrape the mixture off the dough hook.
Different batches of flour vary considerably in the quantities of liquid required
and the stickiness of the dough can have a marked effect on the load
imposed on the machine. You are advised to keep the machine under
observation whilst the dough is being mixed; the operation should take no
longer than 6-8 minutes.
speed switch
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Blenders AT282 and AT283
These are a guide only and will vary depending upon the quantity of mix in
the bowl and the ingredients being mixed.
beater
creaming fat and sugar start on min gradually increasing to a higher
speed
beating eggs into creamed mixtures use a medium to high speed
folding in flour, fruit etc use a low to medium speed
all in one cakes start on a low speed gradually increasing
to a higher speed
rubbing fat into flour use a low to medium speed
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whisk
Gradually increase to maximum
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dough hook
Use a low to medium speed
Use the blender for soups, drinks, pâtés, mayonnaise, breadcrumbs, biscuit
crumbs, chopping nuts and crushing ice.
safety
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maximum capacities
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shortcrust pastry
450g flour weight
sponge cake (one stage mix) 1.6 Kg total mix
fruit cake mix
1.8 Kg total mix
bread dough
500g flour weight
egg whites
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electronic speed sensor control
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Your mixer is fitted with an electronic speed sensor control that is designed
to maintain the speed under different load conditions, such as when
kneading bread dough or when eggs are added to a cake mix. You may
therefore hear some variation in speed during the operation as the mixer
adjusts to the load and speed selected - this is normal.
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to fit and use the splashguard
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1 Fit the bowl into the base and add the ingredients.
2 Fit the tool then lower the mixer head
3 Fit the splashguard onto the bowl by sliding the cut away section around the
mixer head .
4 To remove the splashguard reverse the above procedure.
● During mixing, ingredients can be added directly to the bowl via the chute.
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care and cleaning
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Always switch off and unplug before cleaning.
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power unit
Wipe with a damp cloth, then dry.
Never use abrasives or immerse in water.
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bowl, tools, splashguard, removable guard on dough hook
Wash by hand, then dry thoroughly or wash in the dishwasher.
Never use a wire brush, steel wool or bleach to clean your stainless steel
bowl. Use vinegar to remove limescale.
Keep away from heat (cooker tops, ovens, microwaves).
SCALD RISK: Liquids should be allowed to cool to room temperature
before blending.
Don’t touch the sharp blades. Keep the blade unit away from children.
Only use the goblet with the blade unit supplied.
Never attempt to fit the blade unit to the machine without the goblet fitted.
Always unplug the machine before putting your hands or utensils in the
goblet.
Never run the blender empty.
Only operate the blender with the lid in place.
Never fit the blade unit to the power unit without the blender
goblet fitted.
Always take care when handling the blade assembly and avoid touching the
cutting edge of the blades when cleaning.
When removing the blender from the power unit:
● switch off;
● wait until the blades have completely stopped;
● model AT283 care should be taken not to unscrew the goblet from the
base assembly
Misuse of your blender can result in injury.
important
The skirt on the bottom of the AT282 acrylic goblet is fitted
during manufacture and no attempt should be made to remove
it.
The attachment will not operate if it is incorrectly assembled
or incorrectly fitted to the kitchen machine or if the medium
speed outlet cover is not fitted.
Never run the blender for longer than one minute - it will overheat. Switch off
as soon as you have the right consistency.
Don’t put dry ingredients into the blender before switching on. Cut them into
cubes, then remove the filler cap and drop the cubes through the hole in the
lid whilst the machine is running.
model AT282 don’t process spices such as cloves, dill and cumin seeds they damage the acrylic.
Don’t use the blender as a storage container. Keep it empty before and after
use.
Never crush ice on its own, always add a little water.
model AT282 never blend more than 1.5 litres (2 pints 12fl oz) - less for
frothy liquids like milk shakes.
model AT283 never blend more than 1.2 litres (2 pints 2fl oz) - less for
frothy liquids like milk shakes.
Smoothie recipes - never blend frozen ingredients that have formed a solid
mass during freezing, break it up before adding to the blender.
key acrylic blender AT282
lid
filler cap
goblet
sealing ring
blade unit
glass blender AT283
filler cap
lid
goblet
sealing ring
blade unit
base
to use your acrylic blender
AT282
1 Ensure the sealing ring is correctly fitted on the blade unit.
2 Hold the underside of the blade unit and insert the blades into the base of
the blender. Twist to lock the assembly firmly in place.
3 Put your ingredients into the goblet.
4 Fit the lid to the goblet and twist clockwise into place, making sure that the
tab on the lid slots into the groove in the handle. When correctly fitted the
markings should align .
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5 Place the filler cap into the lid.
6 Remove the high speed outlet cover by turning anti clockwise and lifting off .
7 Place the blender over the outlet, handle towards the back and turn
clockwise to lock firmly into place.
8 Switch to maximum speed.
9 Once the desired consistency has been achieved, switch off and unplug.
10 Remove the blender.
11 Refit the high speed outlet cover after use.
Use the mill for milling herbs, nuts and coffee beans.
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Ensure the sealing ring is correctly fitted on the blade unit.
Fit the blade unit inside the base.
Screw the glass goblet onto the base.
Put your ingredients into the goblet.
Fit the lid and push down to secure.
Place the filler cap into the lid and push down to secure.
Remove the high speed outlet cover by turning anti clockwise and lifting off .
Place the blender onto the outlet, handle towards the back. Turn the blender
clockwise to lock firmly into place until the two arrows align .
9 Switch to maximum speed.
10 Once the desired consistency has been achieved, switch off and unplug.
11 Remove the blender.
12 Refit the high speed outlet cover after use.
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hints
To prevent leaks make sure the base is locked firmly into the goblet.
When making mayonnaise, put all the ingredients, except the oil, into the
blender. Then, with the machine running, remove the filler cap and add the
oil slowly and evenly.
Thick mixtures, eg pâté, dips: use low to medium speed, scraping down
when necessary. If it’s difficult to process, add more liquid. Alternatively use
the pulse setting to get the ingredients moving over the blades.
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Put your ingredients into the jar.
Ensure the sealing ring is correctly fitted on the blade unit.
Turn the blade unit upside down. Lower it into the jar, blades down.
Screw the base onto the jar until it’s finger-tight.
Remove the high speed outlet cover by turning anti clockwise and lifting
off .
6 Place the mill onto the outlet with the arrow
on the mill base towards the
back of the machine. Turn the mill clockwise to lock firmly into place until the
two arrows align .
7 Switch on to maximum speed.
● The attachment will not operate if it is incorrectly assembled
or incorrectly fitted to the kitchen machine or if the medium
speed outlet cover is not fitted.
8 Once the desired consistency has been achieved switch off and unplug.
9 Remove the mill.
10 Refit the high speed outlet cover after use.
Always switch off and unplug before removing the attachment from the
kitchen machine.
Dismantle the attachment fully before cleaning.
Empty the goblet before unlocking the base.
other parts
Wash by hand in hot, soapy water.
Alternatively the filler cap, lid, base and glass blender can be washed in your
dishwasher.
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carrot and coriander soup
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base
blade unit
sealing ring
milling jar
to use the mill
blade unit
1 Remove and wash the sealing ring.
2 Brush the blades clean under the tap. Keep the underneath of the unit dry.
3 Leave to dry.
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Don’t touch the sharp blades. Keep the blade unit away from children.
Only use the jar and the blade unit with the base supplied.
Never blend hot liquids in the mill.
Never remove the mill until the blades have completely stopped.
Never attempt to fit the blade unit to the machine without the jar fitted.
When removing the mill from the power unit, care should be taken not to
unscrew the milling jar from the base assembly.
To ensure the long life of your mill, never run for longer than 30 seconds.
Switch off as soon as you have got the right consistency.
The processing of spices is not recommended as they may damage the
plastic parts.
The appliance will not work if the mill is incorrectly fitted.
Use for dry ingredients only.
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hints
Herbs are best milled when clean and dry.
When milling coffee beans, the longer the running time the finer the result.
The maximum capacity for herbs is 10g and nuts and coffee beans 50g.
care and cleaning
ingredients
25g butter
1 onion chopped
1 clove garlic crushed
750g carrot cut into 1.5 cm cubes
(alternatively for a lighter soup use 600g carrot cut into 1.5 cm cubes)
cold chicken stock
10-15ml ground coriander
salt and pepper
method
Melt the butter in a pan, add the onion and garlic and fry until soft.
Place the carrot into the blender, add the onion and garlic. Add sufficient
stock to reach the 1.5 level marked on the goblet. Fit the lid and filler cap.
Blend on the pulse setting for 5 seconds for a coarse soup or longer for a
finer result.
Transfer the mixture to a saucepan, add the coriander and seasoning and
simmer the soup for 30 to 35 minutes or until cooked.
Adjust the seasoning as necessary and add extra liquid if required.
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Always switch off and unplug before removing the attachment from the
kitchen machine.
Dismantle the attachment fully before cleaning.
For easier cleaning always wash the parts immediately after use.
jar, base
Wash by hand in hot soapy water.
The jar and base may also be washed in the dishwasher.
blade unit
1 Remove and wash the sealing ring.
2 Brush the blades clean under a tap. Keep the underneath of the unit dry.
3 Leave to air dry.
Additional recipes can be found on the Kenwood website:
www.kenwoodworld.com
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8 Switch on and process until the desired consistency is achieved. We
recommend a high speed for most chopping functions.
● Use the pulse P for short burst of power. The pulse will operate for as long
as the switch is held in position.
9 Switch off and unplug.
10 Remove the attachment.
11 Refit the medium speed outlet cover after use.
(if supplied)
Use the food processing attachment to chop, slice, shred and rasp. The citrus
juicer attachment (if supplied) can be used to juice citrus fruit and can only be
used with the AT284 food processor.
important
When removing the packaging, ensure the plastic blade cover is removed
from the knife blade. Take care the blades are very sharp. The cover
should be discarded as it is to protect the blade during manufacture and
transit only.
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The blades and discs are very sharp, handle with care. Always hold the
knife blade by the finger grip at the top, away from the cutting
edge, both when handling and cleaning.
Always remove the knife blade before pouring contents from the bowl.
Keep hands and utensils out of the processor bowl whilst connected to the
power supply.
Never use your fingers to push food down the feed tube. Always use the
pusher/s supplied.
Before removing the lid from the bowl or the attachment from the power
unit:● switch off;
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When slicing/shredding or rasping don’t let the bowl fill up as far as the
cutting disc: empty it regularly.
Should excessive vibration occur when using this attachment, either reduce
the speed or stop the machine and remove some of the contents.
This machine will be damaged and may cause injury if the
interlock mechanism is subjected to excessive force.
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meat 400g (14oz)
Make ‘mince’ by trimming raw meat of any excess fat and cutting into
2 cm/3⁄4 in cubes, place into the processor bowl and operate for
approximately 20 seconds or until the desired texture is achieved. The longer
you run the machine the smoother the texture will be.
slicer/shredder and rasping disc
Use the slicer/shredder to slice or shred fruit, vegetables and cheese and
the rasping disc for grating Parmesan cheese and potato for German potato
dumplings.
key & hints
Cut food up before placing into the bowl. Meat, bread, vegetables and other
foods of a similar texture should be cut into cubes approximately 2cm/3⁄4 in.
Biscuits should be broken into pieces and added down the feed tube whilst
the machine is operating.
Herbs are best chopped when clean and dry.
Don’t blend liquid ingredients as they may leak from around the lid. A
blender is available for this purpose. However, when puréeing soups etc.,
drain solids, blend and then return to the liquid.
Take care not to over process when using the knife blade.
Don’t use the knife blade to mix heavy loads such as bread dough otherwise
you may damage the mixer. Use the dough hook in the mixing bowl to make
bread and the beater in the bowl to make cakes and pastry.
Don’t use the knife blade to chop ice cubes or other hard foods, such as
spices, they may damage the attachment.
If adding almond essence or flavouring to mixtures avoid contact with the
plastic as this may result in permanent marking.
food processor
pushers: large and small
feed tube
food processor lid
finger grip
knife blade
food processor bowl
drive shaft
thick slicer/shredder disc
thin slicer/shredder disc
rasping disc
optional discs
to use the slicer/shredder/rasper
what the cutting discs do
slicer/shredders
Discs and are reversible: one side slices, the other side shreds. You
can slice cheese, carrot, potato, cabbage, cucumber, courgette, beetroot,
onion. You can shred cheese, carrot, potato and foods of a similar texture.
Your chosen cutting side must be uppermost.
rasping disc grates parmesan cheese and potato for German potato
dumplings.
thin (julienne style) chipper disc
standard chipper disc
extra coarse shredding disc
citrus juicer
optional discs
thin (julienne style) chipper This disc cuts potatoes for Julienne style French fries and firm ingredients for
salads, garnishes, casseroles and stir fries (eg carrot, swede, courgette and
cucumber).
cone
sieve
Not all of the above parts will necessarily be included in pack. Contents are
dependent upon model variant.
standard chipper cuts potatoes for thin French fries and firm
ingredients for salads and dips (eg swede, cucumber).
extra coarse shredder coarsely shreds cheese and carrot.
knife blade
Use the knife blade to chop raw and cooked meat, cooked eggs,
vegetables, nuts, pâtés and dips and to also make crumbs from bread and
biscuits.
using the cutting discs
1 Remove the medium speed outlet cover by lifting off.
2 Place the drive shaft onto the outlet.
3 Fit the bowl over the drive shaft with the handle above the on/off and speed
switch and turn clockwise until it locks into position.
4 Place the cutting disc onto the drive shaft. Your chosen cutting side must be
uppermost. Handle the cutting discs with care - they are
extremely sharp. Hold the discs by the centre grip.
5 Fit the lid, feed tube above the speed switch and turn clockwise ensuring
that the tab on the lid slots into the groove in the bowl handle. When
correctly fitted the markings should align .
● The attachment will not operate if it is incorrectly assembled
or incorrectly fitted to the kitchen machine or if the high
speed outlet cover is not fitted.
6 Choose which feed tube you want to use. The pusher contains a smaller
feed tube for processing individual items or thin ingredients.
to use the knife blade
1 Remove the medium speed outlet cover by lifting off .
2 Place the drive shaft onto the outlet .
3 Fit the bowl over the drive shaft with the handle above the on/off and speed
switch and turn clockwise until it locks into position .
4 Fit the knife blade over the drive shaft and turn until it drops all the way down.
The knife blade is very sharp always handle with care.
5 Cut the food up and place into the bowl ensuring that it is evenly distributed.
6 Fit the lid, feed tube above the speed switch and turn clockwise ensuring
that the tab on the lid slots into the groove in the bowl handle . When
correctly fitted the markings should align .
● The attachment will not operate if it is incorrectly assembled
or incorrectly fitted to the kitchen machine or if the high
speed outlet cover is not fitted.
7 Fit the pushers.
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Centrifugal Juicer AT285
to use the small feed tube
First put the large pusher inside the feed tube.
to use the large feed tube
● Use both pushers together.
7 Put the food into the feed tube.
8 Switch on and push down evenly with the pusher - never put your
fingers in the feed tube. We recommend a medium speed for
processing soft foods such as cucumber and a medium/high speed for
processing firmer foods such as carrots and hard cheese.
9 Switch off and unplug.
10 Remove the attachment.
11 Refit the medium speed outlet cover after use.
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Use fresh ingredients.
Don’t cut food up too small. Fill the width of the large feed tube fairly full.
This prevents the food from slipping sideways during processing.
Alternatively, use the small feed tube.
When slicing or shredding: food placed upright comes out shorter than food
placed horizontally.
After using a cutting disc there will always be a small amount of waste on
the disc or in the food.
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kitchen machine.
Dismantle the attachment fully before cleaning.
bowl, lid and attachments
Wash by hand then dry. Take care as the blades and cutting discs are sharp.
Alternatively they can be washed on the top rack of your dishwasher. A short
low temperature programme is recommended.
lid
lid interlock tab
filter
pulp container
juice outlet
pulp container release lever
base unit
beaker
beaker holder
preparing food
Remove stones (plums, peaches, cherries etc).
● Remove tough skins (melons, pineapples, cucumbers, potatoes etc).
● Soft-skinned and other foods just need washing (apples, pears, carrots,
radishes, lettuce, cabbage, parsley, spinach, grapes, strawberries, celery
etc).
● Citrus peel - Peel and remove the white pith, otherwise the juice may be
bitter. For best results we recommend using the citrus juice attachment
which is available separately.
assembly and use
1 Remove high speed outlet cover before assembling unit .
2 Place the pulp container onto the base unit and turn clockwise until it locks
into position. When correctly fitted the spout should be located over the
pulp container release lever.
3 Fit the filter and push firmly into position.
4 Fit the lid into the pulp container with the interlock tab next to the arm of the
base unit. Then turn clockwise until the interlock tab on the lid fits into the
groove in the upright arm of the base unit. When correctly fitted the
markings should align .
5 Place the beaker holder onto the underside of the attachment – the arrow
on the beaker holder should be pointing upwards and aligned with the spout
and pulp container release lever.
6 Whilst holding the beaker holder in place, fit the attachment to the mixer by
placing the spout over the corner of the high speed outlet and then turn
clockwise to lock into position.
7 Move the beaker holder towards the back of the mixer and then fit the
beaker. Swivel the holder into position so that the beaker is located
underneath the juice outlet .
8 Cut the food to fit the feed tube.
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or incorrectly fitted to the kitchen machine or if the medium
speed outlet cover is not fitted.
9 Switch to speed 3, then place the food into the feed tube. Push the food
down evenly with the pusher - never put your fingers in the feed
tube.
10 Switch off and unplug.
11 Refit the high speed outlet cover after use.
citrus juicer
Note:
This attachment can only be used in conjunction with the food processor
AT284.
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Use the citrus juicer to squeeze the juice from citrus fruits, eg oranges,
lemons, limes, grapefruits.
key
cone
sieve
to use your citrus juicer
1 Remove the medium speed outlet cover by lifting off .
2 Place the drive shaft onto the outlet.
3 Fit the bowl over the drive shaft with the handle above the on/off and speed
switch and turn clockwise until it locks into position.
4 Fit the sieve into the bowl ensuring that the lug on the rim locks into the
corresponding slot in the bowl handle .
● The attachment will not operate if it is incorrectly assembled
or incorrectly fitted to the kitchen machine or if the high
speed outlet cover is not fitted.
5 Place the cone over the drive shaft turning until it drops all the way down.
6 Cut the fruit in half. Switch to speed 3 and press the fruit onto the cone.
Note
Empty the bowl regularly and never let the juice reach the underside of the
sieve.
7 Switch off and unplug.
8 Lift off the cone. Unlock and remove the sieve.
9 Unlock the bowl and pour off the juice.
care and cleaning
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to use your centrifugal juicer
After use store the knife blade in the processor bowl.
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The cutting blades on the base of the filter are very sharp, take care when
handling and cleaning the filter.
Only use the pusher supplied. Never put your fingers in the feed tube.
Unplug before unblocking the feed tube.
Before removing the lid, switch off and wait for the filter to stop.
This machine will be damaged and may cause injury if the interlock
mechanism is subjected to excessive force.
Do not use the lid to operate the attachment, always use the on/off speed
control.
Should excessive vibration occur when using this attachment, either adjust
the speed or stop the machine, unplug and clear any blockage.
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Always switch off and unplug before removing the attachment from the
kitchen machine.
Wash the cone, sieve and bowl by hand, then dry thoroughly. Alternatively
wash in the dishwasher (top rack only).
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Multi food grinder AT281
To dismantle the juicer reverse the assembly procedure but press the pulp
container release lever in order to remove the pulp container from base unit.
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Alternatively if you want to juice a large quantity of fruit or vegetables and
just want to empty the beaker and pulp container carry out the following
procedure:Switch off and unplug the mixer.
Unlock the attachment lid and lift off.
Lift out the filter,
Swivel the beaker holder to the side, lift off the beaker and empty.
Press the pulp container release lever and rotate the pulp container anticlockwise and lift off.
Empty the pulp container of waste.
Re-assemble the unit.
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If the juicer starts to vibrate, switch off and empty the pulp from the filter.
(The juicer vibrates if the pulp becomes unevenly distributed).
Maximum capacity that can be processed at one time is 500g of fruit or
vegetables.
Some very hard foods may make your attachment slow down or stop. If this
happens switch off and unblock the filter.
Switch off and empty the pulp and juice containers regularly during use.
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Always ensure bones and rind etc are removed from the meat before
mincing.
When mincing nuts only feed a few down at a time and allow the scroll to
pick them up before adding any more.
Always use the pusher supplied. Never put your fingers or utensils in the
feed tube.
Warning - the cutting blade is sharp, handle with care both in use and when
cleaning.
Ensure the attachment is secured in position before switching on.
key ring nut
multi food grinder screens: medium, coarse (due to model variants only 1
screen may be supplied)
cutter
scroll
multi food grinder body
tray
pusher
hints
Insert soft food slowly to get the most juice.
Vitamins disappear - the sooner you drink your juice, the more vitamins
you'll get.
If you need to store the juice for a few hours put it in the fridge. It will keep
better if you add a few drops of lemon juice.
Don't drink more than three 230mls (8 fl.oz.) glasses of juice a day unless
you're used to it.
Dilute juice for children with an equal amount of water.
Juice from dark green (broccoli, spinach etc) or dark red (beetroot, red cabbage
etc) vegetables is extremely strong, so always dilute it.
Fruit juice is high in Fructose (fruit sugar), so people with diabetes or low
blood sugar should avoid drinking too much.
to assemble
1 Fit the scroll inside the multi food grinder body.
2 Fit the cutter – cutting side outermost . Ensure it’s seated properly –
otherwise you could damage your multi food grinder.
3 Fit a multi food grinder screen . Put the notch over the pin.
4 Loosely fit the ring nut.
to use the multi food grinder
1 Raise the mixer head.
2 With the multi food grinder in the position shown , align the drive tabs on
the end of the scroll with the corresponding slots in the drive outlet.
3 Push the multi food grinder into the outlet and turn clockwise until it locks
into place.
4 Tighten the ring nut manually.
5 Fit the tray .
6 Thaw frozen food thoroughly before mincing. Cut meat into 2.5cm
(1”) -wide strips.
7 Switch to maximum speed by turning the speed switch in a clockwise
direction. Using the pusher, gently push the food through, one piece at a
time. Don’t push hard – you could damage your multi food grinder.
important
● Never operate the multi food grinder attachment for longer than 10 minutes
as this could damage your mixer.
● The multi food grinder attachment will not operate unless the
medium and high speed outlet covers are fitted.
8 Once all the food has been minced, switch off and unplug.
9 Remove the multi food grinder.
care and cleaning
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(if supplied)
Always switch off and unplug before removing attachment from mixer.
Dismantle the attachment fully before cleaning.
For easier cleaning always wash the parts immediately after use.
Never let the base unit get wet.
Some foods, eg carrot, will discolour the plastic. Rubbing with a cloth
dipped in vegetable oil helps remove discolouring.
base unit
Wipe with a damp cloth, then dry.
filter
Clean using a soft brush.
Check the filter regularly for signs of damage. Do not use if
the filter is damaged. Refer to “service and customer care”.
other parts
Wash, then dry. Alternatively they can be washed on the top rack of your
dishwasher. A short low temperature programme is recommended.
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Always switch off and unplug before removing the attachment from the
kitchen machine.
Dismantle the attachment fully before cleaning.
Wash all the parts in hot soapy water, then dry thoroughly. Don’t wash
any part in the dishwasher. Never use a soda solution.
Wipe the screens with vegetable oil, then wrap in greaseproof paper to
prevent discolouring/rusting.
service and customer care
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If the cord is damaged it must, for safety reasons, be replaced by
KENWOOD or an authorised KENWOOD repairer.
If you need help with:
using your appliance or
servicing or repairs
Contact the shop where you bought your appliance.
Designed and engineered by Kenwood in the UK.
Made in China.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR CORRECT DISPOSAL OF THE
PRODUCT IN ACCORDANCE WITH EC DIRECTIVE 2002/96/EC.
At the end of its working life, the product must not be disposed of as urban
waste.
It must be taken to a special local authority differentiated waste collection centre or
to a dealer providing this service.
Disposing of a household appliance separately avoids possible negative
consequences for the environment and health deriving from inappropriate
disposal and enables the constituent materials to be recovered to obtain
significant savings in energy and resources. As a reminder of the need to
dispose of household appliances separately, the product is marked with a
crossed-out wheeled dustbin.
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