TYPE HDP30 TYPE HDP40 instructions

TYPE HDP30 TYPE HDP40 instructions
TYPE HDP30
TYPE HDP40
instructions
TYPE HDP30
TYPE HDP40
English
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general
Read these instructions carefully and retain
for future reference.
Never touch the blades while the machine’s
plugged in.
Keep fingers, hair, clothing and utensils away
from moving parts.
Unplug after use and before changing
attachments.
Never blend hot oil or fat.
For safest use it is recommended to let hot
liquids cool to room temperature before
blending.
Never use a damaged hand blender. Get it
checked or repaired: see ‘service and
customer care’.
Never put the power handle in water or let
the cord or plug get wet - you could get an
electric shock.
Never let the cord touch hot surfaces or
hang down where a child could grab it.
Never use an unauthorised attachment.
Always disconnect the hand blender from the
power supply if it is left unattended and
before assembling, disassembling or
cleaning.
Do not allow children to use the hand
blender without supervision.
Appliances 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 if they
understand the hazards involved.
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Misuse of your appliance can result in injury.
This appliance shall not be used by children.
Keep the appliance and its cord out of reach
of children.
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.
The maximum rating is based on the
attachment that draws the greatest load.
Other attachments may draw less power.
chopper attachment
Don’t touch the sharp blades.
Remove the chopper blade before emptying
the bowl.
Never remove the cover until the chopper
blade has completely stopped.
Always hold the chopper blade by the finger
grip away from the cutting blades, both
when handling and cleaning.
important
With heavy mixtures to ensure long life of
your machine, don’t use your hand blender
for longer than 50 seconds in any 4 minute
period.
Don’t use the whisk attachment for longer
than 3 minutes in any 10 minute period.
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before plugging in
Make sure your electricity supply is
the same as the one shown on the
hand blender.
key
Important - UK only
The wires in the cord are coloured
as follows:
Blue = Neutral
Brown = Live.
The appliance must be protected by
a 13A approved (BS1362) fuse.
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Note:
For non-rewireable plugs the fuse
cover MUST be refitted when
replacing the fuse. If the fuse cover
is lost then the plug must not be
used until a replacement can be
obtained. The correct fuse cover is
identified by colour and a
replacement may be obtained from
your Kenwood Authorised Repairer
(see Service).
If a non-rewireable plug is cut off it
must be DESTROYED
IMMEDIATELY. An electric shock
hazard may arise if an unwanted
non-rewireable plug is inadvertently
inserted into a 13A socket outlet.
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.
hand blender
variable speed control (TYPE
HDP40)
on button
turbo button
power handle
blender shaft release buttons
blender shaft with fixed triblade.
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beaker (if supplied)
beaker lid
beaker
rubber ring base
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whisk (if supplied)
whisk collar
wire whisk
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chopper (if supplied)
chopper cover
finger grip
chopper blade
bowl
rubber ring base
bowl lid
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masher collar
masher foot
masher paddle
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supplied)
masher collar
masher shaft
fine screen
coarse screen
masher paddle
soup blender (if supplied)
A Plastic masher (if supplied)
B Metal masherpro™ (if
before using for the first time
Remove all packaging and any
labels. Throw away the blade covers
from the triblade and the chopper
blade as they are to protect the
blade during manufacture and transit
only. Take care as the blades
are very sharp.
Wash all parts - see “care and
cleaning”.
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to use the hand blender
You can blend soups, sauces, milk
shakes, mayonnaise and baby food
etc.
for beaker blending (if beaker
supplied)
Fit the rubber ring base 9 on the
bottom of the beaker. (This stops the
beaker sliding on the worktop).
Don’t fill the beaker more than
2/3rds full.
After blending you can fit the lid to
the top of the beaker.
Note
If no beaker is supplied in your pack,
select a suitably sized container. We
would recommend a tall, straight
sided vessel with a diameter slightly
larger than the foot of the hand
blender to allow movement of the
ingredients but tall enough to
prevent splashing.
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for saucepan blending
For safest use it is recommended to
take the pan off the heat and let hot
liquids cool to room temperature
before blending.
Use the soup blender (if supplied) to
quickly process soups etc., directly
in the saucepan. Alternatively use
the hand blender.
Do not use the soup blender
to process uncooked
vegetables.
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1 Fit the blender shaft to the power
handle 1 – push to lock.
2 Plug in.
3 Place the food into the beaker or a
similar container, then holding the
beaker steady:
TYPE HDP30 - press the on button.
TYPE HDP40 - select the required
speed then press the on button.
(Select a low speed for slower
blending and to minimise splashing
and a higher speed or turbo for
faster blending).
● To avoid splashing, place the
blade in the food before
switching on.
● Don’t let liquid get above the join
between the power handle and
blender shaft.
● Move the blade through the food
and use a mashing or stirring action
to incorporate the mixture.
● Your hand blender is not
suitable for ice crushing.
● If your blender gets blocked, unplug
before clearing.
4 After use release the on or turbo
button. Unplug and press the release
buttons 2 to remove the blender
shaft from the power handle.
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to use the whisk
You can whip light ingredients such
as egg whites; cream and instant
desserts.
Don’t whisk heavier mixtures such
as margarine and sugar - you’ll
damage the whisk.
Push the wire whisk into the whisk
collar 3.
Fit the power handle to the whisk
collar. Push to lock.
Place your food in a bowl.
Don’t whisk more than 4 egg whites
or 400ml (3⁄4pt) cream.
Plug in and press the on button.
To whisk on a faster speed, select a
higher speed or press the Turbo
button. Move the whisk clockwise.
TYPE HDP40 - To reduce splashing,
select a low speed then press the on
button.
Don’t let liquid get above the whisk
wires.
After use release the on or turbo
button, unplug and dismantle.
to use the chopper (if
supplied)
You can chop meat, vegetables,
herbs, bread, biscuits and nuts.
Don’t chop hard foods such as
coffee beans, ice cubes, spices or
chocolate - you’ll damage the blade.
Remove any bones and cut food
into 1-2cm (1⁄2-1”) cubes.
Fit the rubber ring base br on the
bottom of the chopper bowl. (This
stops the bowl sliding on the
worktop.)
Fit the chopper blade over the pin in
the bowl 4.
Add your food.
Fit the chopper cover, turn and lock
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Fit the power handle to the chopper
cover - push to lock.
Plug in. Hold the bowl steady. Then
press the turbo button. Alternatively
press the turbo button in short
bursts to achieve a pulsing action.
After use, unplug and dismantle.
processing guide
food
maximum
amount
approx. time
(in seconds)
Meat
250g
10-15
Herbs
30g
5-10
Nuts
200g
10-15
Bread
1 slice
5-10
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3-5
200g
pulse
Hardboiled
eggs
Onions
Move the masher in an up and down
movement throughout the mix until
the desired result is achieved.
7 After use release the on button and
unplug.
8 Press the blender shaft release buttons
to release the masher assembly.
9 Remove the paddle from the masher
by turning clockwise.
10 Unscrew the collar from the masher
foot.
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important
Never use the masher in a saucepan
over direct heat. Always remove the
saucepan from the heat and allow to
cool slightly.
Do not tap the masher on the side of
the cooking vessel during or after
mashing. Use a spatula to scrape
excess food away.
For best results when mashing never
fill a saucepan etc., more than half
full with food.
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1 Cook hard vegetables and fruit and
drain first before mashing.
2 Fit the masher collar to the masher
shaft by turning in a clockwise
direction until it locks in position 8.
3 Fit either the coarse or fine screen to
the masher shaft – turn clockwise to
lock 9.
4 Turn the masher upside down and fit
the paddle over the central hub and
turn anti-clockwise to secure bk.
(If the collar is not fitted then
the paddle will not secure in
place).
5 Fit the power handle to the masher
assembly - push to lock.
6 Plug in.
7 Place the masher in the saucepan or
bowl etc.
TYPE HDP30 - press the on button.
TYPE HDP40 - select a low speed
on the variable control and then
press the on button.
● Move the masher in an up and down
movement throughout the mix until
the desired result is achieved.
Increase the speed if required.
8 After use release the on button and
unplug.
A Plastic Masher (if supplied)
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to use the masher
The masher comes with two screens
which can be used as follows:Coarse screen - to mash cooked
vegetables such as potatoes,
swede, yams and carrot.
Fine screen - to mash cooked or
soft fruits and vegetables.
Don’t mash hard or uncooked foods
you may damage the unit.
to use the masher
The masher can be used to mash
cooked vegetables such as
potatoes, swede and carrot.
Don’t mash hard or uncooked foods
- you may damage the unit.
Cook the vegetables and drain.
Fit the masher collar to the masher
foot by turning in a clockwise
direction 6 until it locks in position.
Turn the masher upside down and fit
the paddle over the central hub and
turn anti clockwise to secure 7. (If
the collar is not fitted then
the paddle will not secure in
place).
Fit the power handle to the masher
assembly - push to lock.
Plug in.
Place the masher in the saucepan or
bowl etc.
TYPE HDP30 - press the on button.
TYPE HDP40 - select a low speed
on the variable control and then
press the on button.
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9 Press the blender shaft release
buttons to release the masher
assembly.
10 Remove the paddle from the masher
by turning clockwise.
11 Remove the screen by turning anticlockwise bl and then lift off.
12 Unscrew the collar from the masher
shaft.
The following table shows which
items can be washed in the
dishwasher.
suitable for
dishwashing
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power handle
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blender shaft
soup blender
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beaker
beaker lid
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beaker rubber ring base
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chopper cover
chopper bowl
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chopper blade
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chopper bowl lid
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chopper bowl rubber
ring base
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whisk collar
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whisk
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masher shaft
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masher foot
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masher paddle
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masher collar
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masher screens
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item
optional attachment (not
supplied in pack)
Mini chopper - refer to “service and
customer care” section to order.
care and cleaning
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Always switch off and unplug before
cleaning.
Don’t touch the sharp blades.
Some foods, eg carrot, may
discolour the plastic. Rubbing with a
cloth dipped in vegetable oil may
help to remove discolouration.
power handle, whisk collar,
chopper cover, masher collar
and shaft
Wipe with a slightly damp cloth, then
dry.
Never immerse in water or use
abrasives.
Do not dishwash.
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hand blender shaft/soup
blender
either
Part fill the beaker or a similar
container with warm soapy water.
Plug into the power supply, then
insert the hand blender shaft or soup
blender and switch on.
Unplug, then dry
or
Wash the blades under running
water, then dry thoroughly.
Never immerse in water or
allow liquid inside the shaft. If
water does get inside, drain
and allow to dry before use.
Do not dishwash.
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whisk, beaker, chopper bowl,
chopper blade, masher paddle
and screens, beaker, rubber
ring bases and beaker/bowl
lids
Wash up, then dry.
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hint on cleaning the masher
foot/shaft and screens
If food has been allowed to dry onto
the masher attachment, remove the
paddle. Soak the paddle and bottom
of the masher shaft in warm water to
soften and then wash thoroughly.
Never immerse the masher
shaft in water or allow liquid
inside the shaft. If water does
get inside, drain and allow to
dry before use.
important - don’t allow the masher
collar to get wet.
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.
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.
UK
If you need help with:
● using your hand blender or
● servicing or repairs (in or out of
guarantee)
콯 call Kenwood on 023 9239 2333
and ask for Customer Care. Have
your model number ready - it’s
on the power handle.
● spares and attachments
콯 call 0844 557 3653.
other countries
● Contact the shop where you bought
your hand blender.
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Designed and engineered by
Kenwood in the UK.
Made in China.
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guarantee - UK only
If your hand blender goes wrong
within one year from the date you
bought it, we will repair it (or replace
it if necessary) free of charge
provided:
you have not misused, neglected or
damaged it;
it has not been modified (unless by
Kenwood);
it is not second-hand;
it has not been used commercially;
you have not fitted a plug incorrectly;
and
you supply your receipt to
show when you bought it.
This guarantee does not affect your
statutory rights.
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