Ford 2011 Focus Automobile User Manual

Features of Your FoodSaver Appliance
Care and Cleaning
To Clean Appliance:
Open appliance door (D), while holding the appliance with two hands, press two Release Buttons (K) with your
thumbs, rotate appliance away from you, and allow appliance to rest on the counter. After cleaning, hold appliance
with two hands and rotate upright until the latches lock.
Quick Start Guide
& User Manual
Check Foam Gasket (M) around Drip Tray (O) and Upper Gasket (Q) which surrounds the Upper Bag Detection Tray (P)
to make sure they are free from food materials and the lower Foam Gasket is properly inserted into gasket channel.
for V3860 series appliances
For important product maintenance information and helpful tips, please refer to the FoodSaver® Reference Guide
included in your kit.
V A C U U M
Antibacterial Drip Tray & Upper Bag Detection Tray
Empty Drip Tray after each use (See Fig. 7). Wash in warm soapy water or place in top rack of dishwasher. The Food
Sensors in the Drip Tray (O) will not function correctly if liquid is allowed to remain in Drip Tray.
This appliance has a Tray Full indicator 2 . When excess liquid fills the Drip Tray, the unit will turn off and the Tray
Full Indicator light will activate. To resume normal operation, open Appliance Door (D), press two release buttons
(K), rotate appliance away from you, and allow appliance to rest on the counter. Remove the Drip Tray, empty
liquid, clean Drip Tray and replace in housing. When replacing drip tray, set the right end of the drip tray into place,
then firmly snap the left side down (See Fig. 8). Appliance can be used without Drip Tray, however the Adjustable
Food Sensor setting 6 will not function without the Drip Tray.
Remove For Cleaning
Firmly Snap in Place
S E A L I N G
S Y S T E M
Registering your appliance is quick and easy at www.prodregister.com/foodsaver. If you register on our website,
you will have the opportunity to receive special bag and accessory introductory offers. Refer to the registration card
in the box.
For more usage tips and safety information, please refer to the FoodSaver® Reference Guide or visit our website at
www.foodsaver.com.
Features of Your FoodSaver Appliance
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A. C
ontrols and Indicator Lights
To indicate current setting, vacuum
progress and for added control.
B. V
acuum Progress Display
Blue lights signal progression of
vacuuming and sealing process.
All lights extinguish when the full
process is finished.
Fig. 7
Fig. 8
Clean Upper Bag Detection Tray after each use. The Upper Bag Detection Tray (P) is removable for cleaning, remove
by lifting the tabs on each end. Do not pull on the Upper Bag Detection Flags to remove the Upper Bag Detection
Tray. Clean Upper Bag Detection Tray by washing in warm soapy water or placing in top rack of dishwasher. Upper
Bag Detection Tray MUST be inserted to use the appliance. Without the Upper Bag Detection Tray, your FoodSaver®
Appliance will not detect bag when inserted in the Vacuum Channel (E).
C. S
eal Button
CrushFree™ Instant Seal feature.
Prevents crushing delicate items.
D. A
ppliance Door
Opens to access Built-in Roll Holder
and Cutter.
E. V
acuum Channel
Simply insert bag and the FoodSaver®
appliance does the rest.
For important safety information and helpful tips, please refer to
the FoodSaver® Reference Guide included in your kit.
Questions? Visit us at www.foodsaver.com to get tips on vacuum sealing and
order FoodSaver® brand accessories, bags and rolls, or call 1-877-777-8042 (U.S.).
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All rights reserved. Distributed by Sunbeam Products, Inc. doing business as Jarden
Consumer Solutions, Boca Raton, Florida 33431.
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Features of Your FoodSaver Appliance
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F. R
etractable Accessory Hose/
Accessory Port
Accessory hose can be used with all
FoodSaver® Brand Accessories.
G. Integrated Bag Opener
Quick and convenient, opens sealed
bags with ease.
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H. Built-in Roll Holder
For storage of FoodSaver®
Vacuum Sealing Rolls.
9
Seal
Button
2
Indicator
LEDs
Tray Full PulseVac™
Indicator
LED*
10
Vacuum
Progress
Display
V3860
Power Button
I. Roll Cutter
Simplifies making
custom-sized bags.
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J. Auto Bag Sensing
Simply insert open end of bag
into the vacuum channel and the
machine will sense and grasp the
bag, vacuum, seal and shut-off
automatically.
2
Tray Full indicator light:
During the vacuum sealing process, small amounts of
liquids, crumbs or food particles can be inadvertently
pulled into the Drip Tray (O). When excess liquid fills
the Drip Tray, the unit will turn off and the Tray Full
Indicator 2 will activate. To resume normal operation,
remove the Drip Tray, empty liquid, wash in warm
soapy water or place in top rack of dishwasher. Dry and
replace Drip Tray in trough. (See Care and Cleaning)
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4
5
O. Drip Tray
Catches overflow liquids
and contains Food Sensors
to detect liquid.
P. Upper Bag Detection Tray
Q. Upper Gasket
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R. Rubber Seal Profile
P.N.128164
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Power Button:
Press the power button to begin. The Power Indicator,
Speed Indicator and Food Indicator lights will become
illuminated. After Vacuum Sealing, press Power Button
to turn appliance Off. Note: After 12 minutes, the
appliance will turn Off automatically.
L. Appliance Door
Opens to access Built-in
Roll Holder and Cutter.
N. Extra-wide Sealing Strip with
Non-stick Coating
Provides extra secure, airtight
seal that’s two times wider.
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1
K. Release Buttons
To open appliance
for cleaning.
M. Foam Gasket
Marinate Canister Speed
Adjustable
Cancel
Mode Settings Food Settings Button
Mode
Marinate MODE Button
A ten minute predetermined sequence of vacuum pulse
to rest ratio allowing foods to get optimum flavor
infusion in the least amount of time. See “Marinating
with your FoodSaver®” section on page 5.
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adjustable FOOD SETTINGS BUTTON
For optimal vacuuming and sealing of moist or juicy
foods, press the Adjustable Food Setting Button 6
until the Moist Indicator Light is illuminated. Choose the
dry food setting for foods without liquid.
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8
11
The Moist Food Indicator light will flash when Food
Sealing Sensors automatically detect any moisture or
liquid in the drip tray (O). Note: Appliance will default
to Dry setting upon pressing the Power Button or when
power has been interrupted, unless liquid is detected
in the Drip Tray. (See Care and Cleaning section of this
Quick Start Guide).
7
Cancel Button
Immediately halts the current function opening the
Vacuum Channel.
8
Pause or PulseVac™ Control Button
(*not available on all models)
Use to manually control the vacuum process and
avoid crushing delicate items. See tips section for
further information.
9
SEAL BUTTON
CrushFree™ Instant Seal featureThis button has four uses:
1. P
ress to immediately stop the vacuum process
and begin sealing the bag. This prevents crushing
delicate items such as bread, cookies and pastries.
Canister MODE Button
Press to achieve best vacuum for canisters and
accessories. Push Canister Vacuum Button 4 to begin
vacuum process. Motor will run until Vacuum Sealing
Process is complete.
SPEED SETTINGS BUTTON
When vacuum sealing delicate items, press Speed
Setting Button 5 so that the gentle speed indicator
light is illuminated. For more control you may press
Seal Button 9 at any time to stop vacuum and begin
automatic sealing process. Note: Appliance will default
to Normal speed upon pressing the Power On Button or
when power has been interrupted.
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PulseVac™
Button* Seal Indicator
2. P
ress to create a seal when making bags from a
FoodSaver® Roll.
3. P
ress to create a seal on Mylar bags (such as a
potato chip bag) to keep food sealed airtight.
4. Press during PulseVac™ mode to seal bag.
10
Vacuum Progress display
Displays vacuum levels as the bag/canister is
evacuated.
11
Seal Indicator Light
Constant Red light indicates sealing process is
engaged. (Flashing light indicates error)
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How to Make a Bag from a FoodSaver Vacuum Sealing Roll
Lift Roll Cutter
1. Open appliance door and place roll into Roll Storage
Compartment (H). For Best results, insert roll with
material flap down. Note: Bags can be sealed with
appliance door either open or closed.
2. Lift up Bag Cutter Bar (i) and place bag material
beneath the cutter bar (See Fig.1).
3. Pull out enough bag material to hold item being
vacuum packed, plus 4 inches. Lower the Cutter Bar
and slide Bag Cutter (i) across the Cutter Bar
(See Fig.2).
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Slide Cutter
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
4. Press Seal Button (C). Red seal light will illuminate.
5. Using two hands, insert open end of bag into
Vacuum Channel (E) until clamp motor starts. Bag
must be centered between arrows.
6. When red seal light 11 turns off, sealing is
complete. You may remove bag from the
Vacuum Channel (E).
7. You now have one sealed end.
8. Now you are ready to vacuum seal with your new bag
(See below).
Your FoodSaver® Vacuum Sealing System has a special
Quick Marinate Cycle which will last about ten minutes.
The vacuum motor will “hold” the vacuum for several
minutes then release the vacuum allowing the food to
“rest” for 30 seconds. This process will then repeat
two more times. This “Pulsing” action of “vacuuming
and resting” will allow for quicker marinating. When the
Quick Marinate Cycle is completed the appliance will
beep to signal marinating is complete.
The FoodSaver® Quick Marinator Canister is the perfect
FoodSaver® Accessory for marinating foods. Foods will
marinate in minutes when vacuum sealed because
the vacuum process opens the pores of the food and
absorbs the marinade more quickly.
Important Note: Use the FoodSaver® Quick Marinating
Canister with clear lid and large white knob. During the
Quick Marinate Cycle, make sure knob on accessory lid
is set to OPEN. Do not set knob to Vacuum. The
Vacuum position on the knob will allow the Quick
Marinating Canister to be used for extending
vacuum storage.
1. Prepare enough of your favorite marinade to fully
cover food inside a marinating canister.
How to Vacuum Seal with FoodSaver Vacuum Sealing Bags
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Insert Bag
Tips for Successful Vacuum Sealing (continued)
Marinating with your FoodSaver Appliance
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Optional Bag Storage
Always leave at least one inch of space between
contents and top of rim.
11. If appliance does not function, or Seal button (C) flashes to
2. Make sure rubber gasket underneath lids as well as
rim of marinating canister is free from food materials.
3. Make sure Accessory Hose is securely inserted into
port on the FoodSaver® Quick Marinator lid.
4. Make sure knob on accessory lid is set to OPEN.
5. Make sure lid is firmly attached to marinator base.
6. Press Marinate button 3 on the control panel.
7. Your FoodSaver® Vacuum Sealing System will now
begin the Quick Marinate Cycle. The Marinate
Indicator Light will flash to indicate the marinating
process has begun.
Tips on Using PulseVac™ Control Feature
(This special feature is not available on all V3800 models)
Use the PulseVac™ Control feature to manually control the
vacuum process and avoid crushing delicate items.
8. During the initial vacuum cycle the Marinate Mode
Indicator will illuminate. While Marinating, the
Vacuum Progress Display will blink during the
Vacuum Hold or Rest Cycle.
1. Place item(s) in bag, allowing at least 3 inches of space
between bag contents and top of bag.
2. Press the PulseVac™ button 8 . PulseVac™ LED will
flash to indicate PulseVac™ mode.
9. To preserve food safely, after completing the
marinating cycle, the appliance will signal with
short beeps to indicate your Quick Marinate Cycle is
completed. Press any button to silence the signal.
You may now cook or refrigerate your marinated food.
Tips for Successful Vacuum Sealing
1. Vacuum sealing is NOT a substitute for the heat process of
canning. Perishables still need to be refrigerated or frozen.
Fig. 3
1. Begin with a FoodSaver® Vacuum Sealing System Bag
(or create a bag as described in the “How to Make a
Bag from a Roll” section above).
2. Place item(s) in bag, allowing at least 3 inches of
space between bag contents and top of bag.
3. Using two hands, insert open end of bag into Vacuum
Channel (E) until clamp motor starts (See Fig.3). The
vacuum progress lights will illuminate.
4. Continue to hold bag until vacuum pump starts. You
may now release bag. Note: To prevent crushing
delicate items, you may press Seal Button (C) at any
time to begin automatic sealing process.
2. For best results, use FoodSaver® brand Bags, Canisters
and Accessories.
Fig. 4
3. During the vacuum sealing process, small amounts of
liquids, crumbs or food particles can be inadvertently
pulled into Drip Tray (O), clogging the pump and
damaging your appliance.
5. When red Seal Light 11 turns off, remove bag.
Refrigerate or freeze if needed. (See FoodSaver®
Reference Guide for food safety tips.) Note: Wait at
least 20 seconds between seals to allow appliance
to properly cool.
6. See page 7 for information on the Pre-cut Bag Storage
(Shown in Fig. 4). This accessory is not included with
all units.
To prevent this, follow these tips:
a. For moist and juicy foods: Freeze first and avoid
overfilling bags. You can also place a folded paper
towel inside top of bag, and below seal area, before
vacuum sealing.
b. For soups, sauces and liquids: Freeze first and avoid
overfilling bags. Or, use a canister in refrigerator.
c. For powdery or fine-grained foods: Avoid overfilling bags
or use a canister. You can also place a coffee filter or
paper towel inside before vacuum packaging.
d. Empty drip tray (O) after each use.
Tips on Removing Air from a Bag
f. Check to ensure Release Buttons (K) are
properly latched.
g. Check Foam Gasket (M) around Drip Tray to make sure
it is free from food material and is properly inserted
into gasket channel.
h. Check Upper Gasket (Q) around Upper Bag Detection
Tray (P) to be sure it is free from food material.
i. If overheated, allow appliance to cool for 20 minutes.
j. For more usage tips and safety information, please
refer to the FoodSaver® Reference Guide or visit our
website at www.foodsaver.com.
Avoid wrinkles when inserting the bag into the
Vacuum Channel (E).
Wrinkles in seal may cause leakage and allow air to
return into bag. To eliminate any wrinkles while
inserting bag into the vacuum channel (E), hold bag with
two hands gently stretching bag flat until vacuum pump
begins. If you find wrinkles after sealing bag, simply cut
bag open and vacuum seal again.
6. Press Seal Button 9 to seal the bag and end the
PulseVac™ mode.
4. Insert open end of bag into Vacuum Channel (J).
The clamp will close to secure the bag.
7. When the red Seal Indicator Light 11 turns off, remove
bag. Refrigerate or freeze if needed.
When making a bag from a roll:
Press the Seal Button (C) before placing bag material into
the Vacuum Channel (E). Once bag in inserted the Seal
process will begin immediately.
Note: If you forget to press the Seal Button (C) before
inserting the bag into the Vacuum Channel (E), the vacuum
pump will turn on, this is not a problem, simply press the
Seal Button to prevent the pump from running continuously,
and the sealing process will begin.
4. To avoid overfilling, always leave at least 3 inches of bag
material between bag contents and top of bag. Then leave
at least one additional inch of bag material for each time
you plan to reuse bag.
5. Do not create your own side seams for a FoodSaver® brand
Bag. Our bags are manufactured with a special side seam,
which is sealed all the way to the outer edge.
6. To prevent wrinkles in a seal when vacuum sealing bulky
items, gently stretch bag flat while inserting into the
vacuum channel and hold until pump begins.
7. If you are unsure your bag was sealed properly, simply
reseal bag.
Tips on Using the Intergrated Bag Opener
8. When you are vacuum sealing items with sharp edges
(dry spaghetti, silverware, etc.), protect bag from punctures
by wrapping item in soft cushioning material, such as a
paper towel. You may want to use a canister or Mason jar
instead of a bag.
The Bag Opener is a handy and convenient way to open
sealed bags.
To Use:
1. Press Bag Opener to extend (press again to retract Bag
Opener for storage).
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Accessory Hose Reel
1. Prepare container according to FoodSaver®
Accessory Guidelines.
2. Pull Accessory Hose (F) from appliance and Insert the
end into the port on accessory. Twist tab while inserting
to ensure a tight fit.
3. Push Canister Vacuum Button 4 to begin vacuum
process. Motor will run until vacuum process is complete.
(To Marinate, follow instructions found in Marinate Button
section of this Quick Start Guide).
9. When using accessories, remember to leave one inch of
space at top of canister or container.
How to Prevent moisture or liquid from being pulled into the
Drip Tray (O) or getting trapped in the seal:
Either pre-freeze moist food such as raw meat for 1-2 hours
before vacuum sealing, or place a folded paper towel
between food and end of bag to absorb excess liquids. Be
sure to leave at least 3 inches between paper towel and end
of bag so that bag seals properly with paper towel inside
and is not positioned in between the seal area.
Make sure appliance has time to cool down.
Wait at least 20 seconds between seals. Under very heavy
usage, appliance will stop operating to prevent overheating.
If it does, wait 20 minutes to allow appliance to cool off.
Pull Through Cutter
2. Fold end of bag to create a loop (as shown in Fig.5)
with the sealed bag so the Heat Sealed area is above
the cutter.
10. Pre-freeze fruits and blanch vegetables before vacuum
sealing for best results. See FoodSaver® Reference Guide
included with your appliance for more information.
3. Hold bag taught with two hands and pull bag through the
cutter (See Fig. 6).
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4. When motor turns off, gently twist and remove Accessory
Hose from accessory.
Note: if you are using a canister with large white knob,
rotate knob clockwise to the “Closed” position, then gently
twist and remove Accessory Hose from accessory.
5. To test vacuum, simply tug on accessory lid. It should
not move.
6. To retract accessory hose, while holding unit, gently pull
on hose end to allow hose to retract into appliance
housing. Do not release freely as it may damage the
hose tip.
How to Open FoodSaver® Vacuum Sealing
Accessories after Vacuum Sealing
FoodSaver® Vacuum Sealing Canisters
(without large knob on lid)
To release vacuum and open, push gray rubber button on lid.
Quick Marinators (with large knob on lid) and Universal Lids
To release vacuum and open, turn knob counterclockwise on
lid to open.
FoodSaver® Jar Sealer with Mason Jars
For use with Ball® and Kerr® brand Mason jars.
To release vacuum and open, wedge spoon between Mason
jar lid and highest part of threaded rim. Twist spoon gently
to release vacuum.
IMPORTANT: Do NOT use screw bands when vacuum sealing jars.
FoodSaver® Lunch and Leftover and Sandwich and
Snack Containers
Note: For important tips on using accessories with different
foods, please refer to the FoodSaver® Reference Guide.
Attach the supplied adapter to the accessory hose and place
the adapter over the vacuum valve of the Container lid. While
applying downward pressure to the adaptor, press the Canister
Button. Once the air has been removed from the Container, the
Sealer will automatically turn off.
Pre-cut bag storage (as shown in Fig. 4, pg.4)
FoodSaver® Bottle Stoppers
Some models include a storage tray for precut bags.
Attach the precut storage tray to the back of the housing
by aligning the four tabs into the corresponding slots of
the back of the appliance housing. Once aligned, gently
press storage tray downward until the storage tray clicks
into place.
To release vacuum and open, simply pull up on Bottle Stopper.
Important: When pulling hose Do Not extend beyond green
circle marked on hose.
Note: Bags that previously contained fruits, vegetable and
dry goods can be resealed. Bags that contained raw meats,
fish eggs or unpasteurized cheese should be discarded
after use becase they may contain invisible bacteria that
will remain after washing.
Fold Bag
If motor runs for more than 30 seconds without
stopping, consider the following:
If you are vacuum sealing with a bag, make sure the
bag is properly sealed (See “How to Make a Bag From a
Roll”). Check foam gasket around Drip Tray to make sure
it is free from food material and is properly inserted into
gasket channel.
If vacuum sealing with an accessory, check Accessory
Hose connections to ensure a tight fit.
FoodSaver Vacuum Sealing Accessories
Release the PulseVac™ Button to stop the vacuum
process. This will allow you to adjust the contents of the
bag for better control of the vacuum sealing process.
Repeat pushing the PulseVac™ Button until desired
amount of air has been removed.
NOTE: If the vacuum pump stops engaging after several
pushes of the PulseVac™ Button, it means the maximum
vacuum has been reached. Do not continue to push the
PulseVac™ Button.
3. Press appropriate Speed Setting Button 5 – Normal
or Gentle.
Tips on Sealing a Bag
(continued on next page)
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5. Push and hold the PulseVac™ Button 8 . The vacuum
pump will run when the PulseVac Button is held down.
General Tips
Tips for Successful Vacuum Sealing
signal ERROR:
a. Check power cord to see if it is firmly plugged into an
electrical outlet.
b. Examine power cord for any damages.
c. See if electrical outlet is working by plugging in
another appliance.
d. Check to be certain the Upper Bag Detection Tray (P)
is properly inserted.
e. Make sure bag is placed correctly inside Vacuum
Channel (E). (See How to Vacuum Seal with FoodSaver®
Vacuum Sealing Bags)
Tips for Successful Vacuum Sealing
Always unplug appliance before cleaning.
For information on how to purchase the pre-cut bag storage,
please visit our website at www.foodsaver.com.
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
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