Whirlpool | KM 040 AR0 UK | Instruction for Use | EN Operating Instructions

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Indesit Company UK Ltd
Morley Way,
Peterborough PE2 9JB
www.indesitcompany.com
KM 040 UK
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Operating Instructions
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PARTS AND FEATURES
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Machine body
Bowl locking plate
Air vents
Motor head
Connection shaft
Knob
Releasing lever
Bowl
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Splash-guard cover
Utensils
Wire whisk
Dough hook
Flat beater
Attachment connection
Connection lid
Clamp screw
The machine was designed to be able to use further sets of attachments (e.g. chopper, slicer,
meat mincer, pasta set), which are available at the same shops and authorised facilities.
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing our product. In
doing so you have opted for an efficient
high-performance appliance.
If the instructions on the correct use
of this appliance are not followed, the
manufacturer will not be responsible for
any resulting damage.
The operating instructions may refer to different
models. Any difference is clearly identified.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY
INFORMATION
When using electrical appliances, basic safety
precautions should always be followed, including
the following.
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Connect and operate the appliance only in
accordance with the specifications on the
rating plate
Read all the instructions. Keep these
instructions for future use.
To protect against risk of electric shock, do
not put the machine body, cord, or plug in
water or other liquid.
Do not leave the running appliance
unattended.
Keep children away from the appliance.
Supervise children to prevent them from
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playing with the appliance.
Do not allow persons with restricted physical,
sensory, perceptive or mental abilities, or
with lack of experience and knowledge
to operate the appliance unless they are
supervised or have been instructed in the
use of the appliance by somebody who is
responsible for their safety.
If the power supply is interrupted, the
appliance will switch off. When the power
is restored, turn the knob to OFF before
starting it again.
Switch the unit off and unplug it from the
outlet when not in use, before putting on
/ taking off parts and before cleaning. To
disconnect it, switch it off, get hold of the
plug and remove it from the wall outlet - do
not pull the cord.
Do not operate any appliance with a
damaged cord / plug or after the appliance
has malfunctioned or has been damaged
in any manner. Return the appliance to an
authorised service facility for examination,
repair, or electrical / mechanical adjustment.
To prevent injury, repairs such as replacing a
damaged cord should only be carried out by
our customer service.
For optimum motor operation make sure
the air vents in the back are surrounded by
ample space.
The use of attachments not recommended
/ sold by the appliance manufacturer may
cause fire, electric shock, or injury.
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Remove the bowl and any utensils from the
appliance before washing them.
Do not use the appliance outdoors.
Do not let the cord hang over the edge of a
table or hot surface.
Keep hands and utensils away from moving
utensils to prevent the possibility of severe
personal injury or damage to the machine.
Do not operate this appliance in the presence
of explosive and/or flammable fumes.
This appliance is intended for household use
only, not for commercial or industrial use.
Use for anything other than the intended
purpose will void the warranty.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, never
reach inside the body of the machine:
there are no user serviceable parts inside.
Repairs should be carried out by authorised
personnel only.
BEFORE FIRST USE
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Remove all promotional packaging materials,
labels and stickers from the bowls, machine
body or attachments.
Before the first use, wash the flat beater,
dough hook and steel bowl using warm water
and detergent. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
Handwash the wire whisk.
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Clean the outside of the machine with a soft
damp cloth, then wipe it dry.
Place the machine on a dry steady flat
surface such as a counter or table. Keep it
away from the edge of the work surface.
Do not use abrasive detergents or wire
wool to clean the machine.
Do not immerse the body of the machine
in water or any other liquid.
USING THE APPLIANCE
Locking and releasing the motor
head (A)
To insert and remove any utensils and bowls, you
will need to lift the motor head first. Perform the
following operations:
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Rotate the releasing lever anticlockwise
Use your other hand to gently lift the motor
head until it stops
Let go of the releasing lever and rotate it
clockwise towards its starting position.
Having inserted the utensils, lower the motor
head again. Perform the following operations:
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Rotate the releasing lever anticlockwise
Use your other hand to gently rotate the
motor head downwards until it stops
Let go of the releasing lever and rotate it
clockwise towards its starting position.
Never let go of either the motor head or
lever until the operation is complete both in the lifting and lowering steps.
In the motor-head locking and releasing
steps, make sure your fingers do not get
close to the articulated joint to avoid injuries.
Never switch on the appliance with
inserted utensils unless the bowl is
properly in place.
Fitting and removing the bowl (B)
Fit the bowl through the following operations:
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Make sure the appliance is off.
Unplug it.
Release and lift the motor head.
Place the bowl on the locking plate.
Slightly rotate the bowl clockwise until it
locks in place completely.
To remove it:
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Make sure the appliance is off.
Unplug it.
Release and lift the motor head.
Rotate the bowl anticlockwise until it is
released.
Assembling and disassembling the
utensils (C)
Assembling:
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Make sure the appliance is off.
Unplug it.
Release and lift the motor head.
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Fit the utensil to the connection shaft.
Rotate it anticlockwise until the pin on the
shaft gets into the relevant seat on the
utensil.
Push upwards all the way by compressing
the spring on the shaft and keep rotating the
utensil until it stops.
Disassembling:
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Make sure the appliance is off.
Unplug it.
Release and lift the motor head.
Slightly push the utensil upwards and rotate
it clockwise until it stops.
Pull the utensil downwards to remove it.
Normal to hard mixtures:
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Biscuits
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Pastry
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Cakes
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Meat balls
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Stuffing
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Mashed potatoes
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Icing
Soft mixtures that need to
incorporate air:
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Eggs
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Egg whites
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Mayonnaise
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Sponge cake
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Whipped cream
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Bread
Pizza
Pasta
Rotate the knob clockwise to start mixing.
Always start the machine at the lowest
possible speed to prevent the ingredients
from splashing out of the bowl.
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To avoid spoiling the mixture, we
recommend operating the machine for a
short time and frequently checking the
consistency of the preparation.
Should you need to scrape away any
residual mixture from the inside surface
of the bowl using a utensil, turn the knob to
OFF and unplug the appliance first.
Guide on the use of different speeds
Speed
Operation
Description
Blending
To
slowly
blend
the
ingredients
at
the beginning of all
preparations
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Mixing
To mix hard dough for
pizza, bread, focaccia.
To mix mashed potatoes
or other vegetables, or
shortening with flour to
make cakes.
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Stirring
To make rather thick
batters, biscuits, pastry
Beating
Beating
For
medium-speed
beating. To complete the
preparation of cakes,
doughnuts and other soft
batters.
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High-speed
beating
To beat egg whites,
creams and icing.
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Whipping
To whip cream, egg
whites
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small
quantities of cream/
custard
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Speed control
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knob clockwise until you reach the desired
speed.
When the preparation is complete, turn the
knob to OFF and unplug the machine for
safety reasons.
When the ingredients begin to mix, turn the
The operation of the machine may slow
down as the mixture gets harder. This is
normal.
Operating light
Whenever the machine is operating, the bowl
is illuminated by a light located below the motor
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After the machine has been switched off, the light
will stay on for 3 minutes.
If the knob is already set to an operating speed
before the machine is powered, the light will start
flashing as soon as the machine is powered, but
the motor will not start. First turn the knob to OFF
and then set the speed.
Tips and operating techniques
We recommend using the lid to add the
ingredients through the special spout,
thus avoiding any splashes from liquid
mixtures.
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To determine the ideal duration of each
preparation, monitor the mixture and keep
mixing only until it looks just like in your
recipe.
We recommend adding the ingredients as
close as possible to the bowl side and not
directly into the moving utensil. Always use
the inlet on the splash-guard spout
Solid ingredients such as walnuts, raisins or
candied fruit are usually added during the
last seconds of mixing at speed 1.
The mixture should be thick enough to
prevent such ingredients from sinking to
the bottom of the saucepan while you are
cooking.
Mixtures comprising large quantities of liquid
ingredients should be blended at low speeds
to avoid splashes. Increase the speed only
after the mixture has thickened.
CLEANING AND
MAINTENANCE
Danger of injuries: disconnect the
appliance before you touch the whisks/
beaters or other attachments. Failure to follow
this instruction may result in fractures, cuts or
bruises.
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Clean the outside of the machine with a soft
damp cloth.
Remove any utensils before cleaning the
machine.
Wash the flat beater, dough hook and steel
bowl using warm water and detergent. Rinse
and dry thoroughly.
Handwash the wire whisk.
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Utensils and bowls should be washed
as soon as possible after use to prevent
any food from drying up on the surface.
Do not use abrasive detergents or wire
wool to clean the machine.
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RECIPE BOOK
FOCACCIA AND PIZZA
PIZZA
For 1 homemade pizza: 500g all-purpose flour, 12g yeast, 2 spoons oil, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 dh warm
water, 1 pinch sugar.
Warm the baker’s yeast in 1 dl warm water; add 1 pinch sugar and leave to rest for 10 minutes.
Remember: never bring the salt into direct contact with the yeast as this delays the rising process,
whereas sugar facilitates it. Pour the flour into the mixer and dust with 1 teaspoon salt, the yeast and
2 spoons oil. Mix with the hook, adding approximately 1.5 dl water a little at a time, until obtaining
a soft, smooth, elastic dough. Gather into a ball in a floured bowl and make a cross on the surface.
Cover with a cloth and leave to rise in a warm place for approximately 90 minutes. It is ready when
the volume has doubled. After this first rising, take the dough and deflate it, always working it in the
bowl. Then roll it out and place it on a tray greased with a little oil. Spread out fully using your fingers
and leave to rise once again for another hour. After it has risen for the second time, you are ready
to make the pizza.
DESSERT
APPLE CRUMBLE
Time: 40 minutes + rest
Ingredients for 4 people: 6 apples, 180g flour, 100g cane sugar, 1 untreated lemon, dried cinnamon,
150g butter, salt.
Put all ingredients and tools to be used in the refrigerator for at least two hours. Place the sieved
flour with a pinch of salt into the mixer bowl and position the flat whisk. Place 100g cubed butter in
the centre. Add a teaspoon of grated zest of lemon and blend the mixture quickly until large “crumbs”
have formed. Transfer the “crumbs” onto a tray and return to the refrigerator to rest for 30 minutes.
Take the juice of the ½ lemon. Peel the apples and cut in half; remove the core and dice. Spread
them out in a buttered oven dish. Cover with the juice of the lemon, half the sugar, cinnamon to taste
and a few dabs of butter. Cover with the “crumbs”, dust with the remaining sugar and cook in the
oven at 200° for 30 minutes, or until it is golden and crispy.
SWEET CREAMS
CHOCOLATE CHANTILLY CREAM
150g dark chocolate, 40g sugar, egg liqueur, 3dl very cold fresh cream.
For the chocolate Chantilly cream. Put all ingredients and tools to be used in the refrigerator for at
least two hours. Place the cream in the mixer bowl and use the wire whisk to start whisking it. When
it starts to solidify, add the sugar, 1 small glass of liqueur and the chocolate, roughly diced using a
knife. Continue to whisk until the cream is firm.
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BASIC MIXTURES
EGG PASTA
400g flour, 4 eggs.
Pour the flour into the mixer bowl and assemble the hook. Shell the eggs and pour them onto the
flour, activating the mixer at moderate speed. Mix for a few minutes. Form a ball, cover with plastic
film and leave to rest for 30 minutes at room temperature. Cut into 8 portions, flatten with your hands
and, one-by-one, run them through the pasta sheet roller (optional accessory).
HOMEMADE BREAD
For 1 loaf: 500g flour (pastry flour or any other type, wholemeal or white), 20g baker’s yeast, 10g
salt, a pinch of sugar, water.
Warm the yeast in a little warm water in the mixer bowl and then mix with 2 spoons flour and 1 pinch
sugar. Cover and leave to rise in a warm place for 20 minutes. Add the sieved flour and mix with the
risen dough, 10g salt and the water necessary to obtain a soft, elastic dough. Place the dough into a
floured bowl, cut a cross on the surface and dust with flour. Cover the bowl with a cloth and leave to
rise until it has doubled in volume. Quickly knead the dough, giving it the desired shape.
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GUARANTEE
12 months Parts and Labour Guarantee
This certificate of guarantee represents the guarantee (“Guarantee” hereinafter) offered by Indesit Company UK Limited with registered office
at Peterborough PE2 9JB in relation to products
purchased in the United Kingdom and Indesit
Ireland Limited with registered office in Dublin 9,
Ireland for products purchased in the Republic of
Ireland. This Guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
Your product has the benefit of our manufacturer’s Guarantee, which covers the product for
twelve months from the date of purchase.
This gives you the reassurance that if, within that
time, your product is proven to be defective because of either workmanship or materials, we will,
at our discretion, either repair or replace the product at no cost to you.
This Guarantee is subject to the following conditions:
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Documentary proof of original purchase date
is provided.
Cosmetic damage must be reported within
14 days from the date of purchase.
The product has been installed and operated
correctly and in accordance with our operating and maintenance instructions.
The product is used only on the electricity
supply printed on the rating plate.
The product has been used for normal domestic purposes only.
The product has not been altered, serviced,
maintained, dismantled, or otherwise interfered with by any person not authorised by us.
Any repair work must be undertaken by us or
our appointed agent.
Any parts removed during repair work or any
product that is replaced become our property.
The product is used in the United Kingdom
or Republic of Ireland.
The Guarantee does not cover:
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Damage resulting from transportation, improper use, neglect or interference or as a
result of improper installation.
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Accidental damage, this includes but is not
limited to, damage which occurs as a result
of an external action.
Replacement of any consumable item or accessory. These include but are not limited to:
plugs, cables, light bulbs, hoses, brushes,
covers and filters.
Replacement of any removable parts made
of glass or plastic.
After Sales Service
No one is better placed to care for your Hotpoint
product during the course of its working life than
us – the manufacturer.
Essential Contact Information
Advice Line
We have a dedicated team who can provide free
advice and assistance with your product if you
experience any technical difficulties. Simply call
our Hotpoint Service Hotline on 08448 240 055
(Republic of Ireland 0818 904 041) for telephone
assistance.
Please note:
Our advisors will require the following information:
Model number:
Serial number:
Consumables and Accessories
We supply a full range of consumables and accessories to keep your product functioning efficiently throughout its life.
UK: 08448 225 225
Republic of Ireland: 0818 313 413
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Recycling and Disposal Information
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helping the environment, Hotpoint reserves the
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stage.
Please dispose of packaging and old products
carefully.
DISPOSAL OF OLD
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
Register your new product and get a second
year FREE!
The European Directive 2002/96/EC on
Waste
Electrical
and
Electronic
Equipment (WEEE), requires that old
household electrical appliances must
not be disposed of in the normal unsorted municipal waste stream.
Old appliances must be collected separately in order to optimise the recovery
and recycling of the materials they contain and
reduce the impact on human health and the environment.
The crossed out “wheeled bin” symbol on the
product reminds you of your obligation, that when
you dispose of the appliance it must be separately
collected. Consumers should contact their local
authority or retailer for information concerning the
correct disposal of their old appliance.
We want to give you additional benefits of ownership of your product and offer you an additional
free 1 year guarantee when you register your
product with Hotpoint within 28 days of purchase.
If you do not register your product with Hotpoint
within 28 days, your product is guaranteed for 1
year only.
To activate your 2 year guarantee register with
us online at www.hotpoint.co.uk. Please note that
the 2 year guarantee is only available in UK and
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