Electric Mandoline
BRAND
Electric
Mandoline
Instruction Manual
MODEL: PC-200
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“Life is happening.
We’ll help you live it...one moment at a time.”
Thank you for purchasing a Ginny’s Brand Electric
Mandoline. It makes food preparation a breeze with
its smooth slicing and easy chopping - all with
hands-free operation and convenient collection
container! Enjoy perfect, evenly sliced salads,
vegetable-rich soups and stews, or fruit desserts
and drinks, all in the twinkling of an eye. You’ll love
the speed and convenience.
Enjoy!
President, Ginny’s
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Important Safeguards
3
Specifications
4
Part Names
5-6
How to Operate
7-14
Care & Cleaning
15
Trouble Shooting
16
Warranty
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
Read this manual carefully before you use the appliance and save it for
future reference.
1. Do not operate the product with a damaged cord or plug.
If the product malfunctions, or if it is dropped or damaged in any
manner, contact Ginny’s Customer Service for refund or
replacement.
2. Close supervision is necessary when the product is used near
children. Do not let children use the appliance.
3. To protect against electrical shock, do not put unit base in water or
other liquid.
4. Blades and insert are very sharp, so handle carefully, especially
when putting on or removing blades and inserts in the slicer and
during cleaning.
5. Keep hands and utensils out of container while slicing to reduce
the risk of severe injury or damage to the product. A scraper may
be used only when the slicer is off.
6. The use of an attachment not recommended or sold by the
manufacturer may cause fire.
7. Do not remove food pusher during operation.
8. Avoid contact with moving parts.
9. Keep hands, hair or clothing, as well as spatulas and other
utensils, out of the food chute during operation.
10. Make sure the product is OFF when not in use, before putting on or
removing blades and inserts, and before cleaning. Hold and pull
the power plug when disconnecting from the power outlet.
11. Only operate the product on a flat surface.
12. Do not let cord contact hot surfaces, including a stove.
13. Operate only with rated voltage.
14. When removing the processed vegetables, make sure the unit is
turned off. Hold the base with one hand and slowly slide the
collection cup out with the other hand.
15. Do not move unit during operation.
16. Never feed food into appliance by hand alone. Always use food
pusher.
17. Do not use outdoors.
IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
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PART NAMES
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
To reduce the risk of electric shock, this appliance is equipped
with a polarized plug, in which one prong is wider
than the other. This plug is intended to fit into a polarized
outlet only in one direction. If the plug does not fit fully into the
outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified
electrician. Do not attempt to modify the plug in any way.
SPECIFICATIONS
Product Size: 14.5” x 4.75” x 9.25”
Cord Length: 48”
Rate: 120V 60Hz 30W
Maximum Continuous Operating time: 3 mins.
Capacity: 1.6 qt.
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IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
SPECIFICATIONS
Motor
Unit
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PRECAUTIONS/SPECIFICATIONS
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PART NAMES...cont’d.
HOW TO OPERATE
HOW TO ASSEMBLE:
Ca-
1.
Slide the Collection cup
into the Container.
2.
Place the Slicer Blade on the
Plate Frame as in A.
(To replace as in B.)
3.
Place the Plate Frame with the
Slicer Blade onto the step of
the container. Be sure that
Lever on the Plate Frame turns
up.
4.
Place the cover onto the
Container. Position the Groove
of cover on the Lever on the
Plate Frame.
5.
Connect the Motor Unit to the
Cover Position on the dents of
the Main Unit on the Convex of
the cover.
A
B
Plate Frame
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INSTALLATION
& GROUNDING
HOW TO OPERATE
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HOW TO OPERATE...cont’d.
HOW TO OPERATE...cont’d.
USING THE SLICER BLADE:
6. Insert the large Food
Pusher into the Large
Food Chute. Make sure
that the Rib is located on
the top.
1. Insert foods into the large food chute.
2. Press the foods into the food chute with food pusher and press the
switch ring onto the switch dent of the motor unit.
Motor Unit-
Motor Unit
7. Insert the Medium Food Pusher
into the Large Food Pusher.
3. Pull out the collection cup and remove the sliced or grated vegetables.
Make sure to remove the switch ring from the switch dent.
4. Disconnect the plug. Do not pull the power cord. Instead, pull the
power plug.
8. Insert the small Food Pusher
into the Medium Food Pusher.
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Unit will turn on by pressing on the switch ring on the switch dent.
• Position the switch ring onto the switch dent correctly.
• Stop pressing when the food height becomes 1” or the vegetable
can not be cut or grated further. Do not force the food pusher.
9. Now the unit is ready for
operation.
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UTENSILS
& COOKING
HOW
TO OPERATE
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CUSTOMER
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HOW TO OPERATE...cont’d.
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT CHUTE:
You have three types of Food Chutes (small, medium, large). Choose the
most appropriate that fits the fruits/vegetables.
1. THICK VEGETABLES/FRUITS:
Insert the food into the Food Chute. Press with three Food
Pushers (small, medium, large).
2. MEDIUM VEGETABLES/FRUITS:
Place the large food pusher onto the large food chute. Insert the
vegetable in the large food pusher and press with both small and
medium food pushers.
• Cut the foods into a proper size to be inserted into the large
Food Chute.
• To slice the foods evenly, the bottoms must be flat.
Also, the thicker side faces downward.
3. FINE VEGETABLES/FRUITS:
Insert the medium food pusher into the large food pusher. Place the
large and medium food pusher onto the large food chute.
Insert the food into medium food pusher. Press with small food
pusher.
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PART NAMES
& CONTROL
PANEL
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HOW TO OPERATE...cont’d.
CHOOSING THICK OR THIN
SLICES:
1. Prepare the slicer blade.
•
Thick slices (0.2” thicknessUse the slicer blade only.
•
Thin slices (.04” thickness), add
the insert to the Slicer Blade.
2. Place the slicer blade on the
place frame.
3.
Place the place frame on the
container and place the cover
on the container.
4.
Insert the food into the
food chute.
5.
Press vegetable into the food
chute with the food switch ring in
the switch dent to start slicing.
HOW
OPERATE
PART NAMES
& TO
CONTROL
PANEL
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HOW TO OPERATE...cont’d.
USING THE GRATER:
1. Place the grater on the plate
frame.
2. Place the plate frame on the
large container. Place the cover
and the motor unit on the
container.
3. Insert the cheese into the food
chute.
4. Cut the cheese for the size
of appropriate food chute.
Then, press the switch dent
to start grating.
PREPARATION:
Before inserting, pare vegetable or
cheese and cut into the size which
can be inserted into the food chute.
For effective processing, pick hard
cheese and cut it lengthwise and
insert in the small food chute
vertically.
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HOW TO OPERATE
HOW TO OPERATE...cont’d.
USING THE FRENCH
FRY BLADE:
1. Prepare the French fry
blade.
2. Place the French fry
blade on the plate
frame.
3. Place the plate frame
on the container. Place
the cover and motor
unit on the container.
4. Insert a potato into the
food chute.
5. Push the potato into
the food chute with a
food pusher. Also,
press the switch ring
onto the switch dent to
start slicing.
HOW TO OPERATE
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HOW TO OPERATE...cont’d.
USING THE ICE SHAVER:
1. This shaver is designed to shave
ice. Do not use for other foods or
vegetables. Place the ice shaver on
the plate frame.
Place the plate frame with the ice
shaver onto the step of the
container.
2. Preparing ice:
Use ice cubes made in the freezer
of your home. Put ice into the large
food chute.
NOTE: DO NOT USE LARGE
ROCK ICE FROM RETAIL
STORES.
3. Place the large food pusher on to
the large food chute. Press the
switch ring onto the switch dent to
start shaving ice.
CARE & CLEANING
MOTOR UNIT
Use a damp cloth to clean the motor unit. Do not use benzene, alcohol,
or polishing power. This may scratch, discolor or crack the product. Do
not wash the motor unit in the water.
BLADES AND INSERTS
• Wash under running water.
• Dry off thoroughly and store. Prior to use, apply cooking oil such as
extra virgin olive oil to prevent from staining.
• When you use with carrots, you may find the plates are colored, but
this does not affect the product performance. In this case, wash with
detergent after use.
FOOD PUSHERS
• Wash in hot, soapy water. Immerse the food pusher, rinse with water,
and dry off thoroughly.
COVER & CONTAINERS
Do not use benzene, alcohol or polishing powder. This may scratch,
discolor or crack the product. Wash in hot, soapy water. Rinse
thoroughly and dry.
NOTE: Do not wash parts in an automatic dishwasher. Hand wash only.
4. Remove the shaved ice from the
collection cup and serve with
syrup or favorite toppings. You can
make ice with your favorite juice in
the freezer and enjoy flavored
shaved ice.
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CARE & CLEANING
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
WHEN
Unit does not turn on
Plate does not move
Excessive movement
CAUSE
Switch ring & dent are
not in position
Foreign substance is
stuck in switch
Movement stops
Foreign substance in
step of container
Too much vegetable
in container
Set on uneven
surface
ADJUSTMENT
Place switch in
position
Remove foreign
substance
Unplug & remove
excess vegetables
Remove
Remove
Place on flat surface
WARRANTY
Ginny’s warrants this product free from defects in material
and workmanship for one year from provable date of purchase.
Within this warranty period, Ginny’s will repair or replace,
at its option, defective parts at no charge, provided the
product is returned, freight prepaid with proof of
purchase to Ginny’s. Allow 2-4 weeks for return shipping.
This warranty does not cover improper installation, misuse,
abuse or neglect on part of the owner.
Warranty is also invalid in any case that the
product is taken apart or serviced by an
unauthorized service station.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights
and they may vary from state to state.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES ARE IN LIEU
OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THOSE
OF MERCHANTIBILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Customer Service
1.800.544.1590
8 am to Midnight, Monday through Friday
Ginny’s Inc.
1112 7th Avenue
Monroe, WI 53566-1364
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
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