HM09 Mixer IB V2
HM09 Hand Mixer User Guide
When you have finished:
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Switch the selector to OFF, lift the mixer out of the mixture
and switch off at the mains before unplugging the mixer.
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Excess mixture may be scraped from the beaters with a
flexible plastic or rubber spatula. Do not use metal
spatulas for this purpose.
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Remove the beaters. Holding the mixer by the handle,
press the release knob. down. Hold each attachment by the
spindle and remove them, one at a time.
CLEANING AND STORAGE
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Unplug the motor unit.
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Remove the attached dough hooks or beaters.
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If the motor is warm, allow it to cool fully. Wipe the outer
surface of the motor unit with a damp cloth. Never use
abrasive cleaners or scouring creams. Never immerse the
motor unit in water.
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If food particles have adhered to the beater sockets or the
ventilation slots in the motor unit, brush them out with a
barely damp (not wet) brush.
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Wipe any excess food particles from the power cord.
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Wash the beaters and dough hooks in warm soapy water
and wipe dry.
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After cleaning, wrap the cable around the motor unit, and
stow it together with the attachments out of direct sunlight
and out of the reach of children.
Some everyday terms
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Knead: Mix dough with the dough hooks.
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Blend: Combine liquids, fold in dry ingredients, egg
whites and whipped cream.
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Stir: Prepare sauces, puddings, muffins and quick breads.
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Mix: Prepare batters and mixes
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Beat: Cream butter and sugar, make cookie dough, cake
mixes and frostings.
Whip: To whip light and fluffy mixtures, whip cream, beat eggs,
make meringues.
Hints and Tips
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Ingredients should be at room temperature before mixing.
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Assemble all ingredients and utensils near the mixer.
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Break eggs into a separate container, then add to the
mixture.
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When mixing egg whites even the smallest amount of oil
on beaters or bowl may cause the egg whites not to aerate.
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When kneading yeast dough, we suggest the speed selector
is in position 1 or 2 to achieve best results.
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Always start mixing at slow speeds. Gradually increase to
the recommended speed as stated in the recipe.
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Only mix/blend mixtures as recommended in your recipe.
At any stage of mixing, over beating can cause toughness,
close texture, lack of rising or excessive shrinkage.
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When mixing dry ingredients use the lowest speed.
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During mixing, if you need to scrape the bowl, or add
ingredients, turn the mixer off first.
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When mixing, lightly scraping the beaters after the
addition of each ingredient assists in achieving efficient
mixing. Switch the mixer off and then scrape the beaters
with a flexible rubber or plastic spatula. NEVER USE ANY
METAL IMPLEMENT.
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When mixing is complete, turn the speed selector OFF and
unplug the cord from power outlet.
WARRANTY
Your appliance is covered by a warranty for 12 months from the
date of purchase. If a fault develops during this period, please
return the unit to your nearest Tesco store together with the
original receipt as proof of purchase. This warranty in no way
affects your consumer rights
UK: Waste electrical products should not be disposed
of with household waste. Separate disposal facilities
exist, for your nearest facilities see www.recyclemore.co.uk or in-store for details.
ROI: Produced after 13th August 2005. Waste
electrical products should not be disposed of with
household waste. Please recycle where facilities
exist. Check with your Local Authority or retailer for
recycling advice.
Tesco Stores Ltd
Delamare Road, Cheshunt, Herts, EN8 9SL
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HM09
Hand Mixer
User Guide
HM09 Hand Mixer User Guide
SAFETY GUIDE - PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
Please follow all the safety precautions listed below for safety
and to reduce the risk of injury or electrical shock.
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Read all the instructions carefully before using your mixer
and keep them for future reference.
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Unplug the mixer from the mains supply when not in use,
when removing or attaching beaters or dough hooks, and
before cleaning any part of the appliance.
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This appliance is for occasional household use only.
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Do not use the mixer outdoors or in damp conditions.
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Do not immerse the motor unit or the electrical cord or plug
in liquids.
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Do not use the mixer near a source of heat or on an
unstable surface.
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Never let children operate this appliance.
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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.
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Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not
play with the appliance
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Ensure that the power cord does not touch any hot surface
and that it does not overhang the edge of your work surface.
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When unplugging the power cord, hold the plug top.
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Do not operate the mixer with a damaged cord or plug or
after the appliance or any attachment has been damaged.
Seek expert assistance.
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Do not use attachments or accessories which are not
recommended by the manufacturer. They may cause
malfunction or injury.
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Store the mixer and the attachments away from direct
sunlight and out of the reach of children.
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Do not use the mixer with bent or deformed attachments.
When operating your mixer:
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Avoid contacting moving parts. Keep hands, hair, clothing,
as well as spatulas and other utensils away from beaters
during operation to reduce the risk of injury to persons,
and/or damage to the mixer.
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Make sure that you use a bowl large enough to
accommodate all the ingredients and that the bowl is
sturdy enough to stand still during the mixing process.
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Switch the motor unit off when filling or emptying the
mixing bowl, attaching or removing beaters.
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Remove beaters from the mixer before washing.
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Do not mix or blend mixtures containing fruit stones, etc.
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There are no user serviceable parts in your processor.
Unauthorised dismantling or servicing will void the
product warranty.
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Do not use the processor for any purpose not expressly
specified in this manual.
ELECTRICAL INFORMATION
Before using this appliance ensure that the voltage of your
electricity supply is the same as that indicated on the rating plate
of the appliance
WARNING: If the mains power cord is damaged in any way it
must be replaced by a qualified technician
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COMPONENTS
b Eject Button
c Turbo Button
d Beater Sockets
e Beaters
f Dough Hooks
g Motor Unit
h Handle
i Speed Selector
d
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CONTROLS
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model:
Power:
Duty Cycle:
HM09 Hand Mixer
220-240 VAC 50Hz, 200W
5 minutes ON; 10 minutes OFF
Weight:
1.1 kg
Class II construction double insulated. This product
must not be connected to earth.
UNPACKING
In the box you should find the motor unit, one pair of beaters
and one pair of dough hooks. Remove all packaging from the
mixer and accessories. Retain the packaging. If you dispose of it
please do so according to any recycling regulations.
If items are missing or damaged, contact your nearest Tesco
store for assistance.
Read and retain the manual. If you pass the product on to a third
party, make sure to include this manual.
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Beaters: These are used for the majority of everyday
mixing tasks. Use beaters for easy mix dough, whipping
egg white and cream, and mixing batters, mayonnaise
and purees. They are also suitable for mixing and stirring
sauces, pudding mixes, etc.
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Dough Hooks: Use these for the preparation of heavy
yeast dough and short pastries. Use them for creaming
mashed potatoes, and with mixes for dumplings, potato
pancakes and for any ingredients that require kneading.
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ASSEMBLY AND USE
OPERATION
Always make sure the mixer is unplugged from the mains when
cleaning, attaching or removing accessories
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Have all your ingredients prepared and ready to hand
before starting. Use a stout roomy bowl for your
ingredients and do not overfill the bowl.
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Place the starter ingredients in the bowl.
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Before use, make sure the attachments are firmly inserted.
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Set the speed selector on the mixer to OFF .
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Plug the motor unit into the mains and switch on the power.
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Set the desired selector speed and start mixing. Commence
with a low speed and gradually rotate the selector to the
right to increase the speed as needed.
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The mixing speed will be boosted when the TURBO button
is depressed. Releasing the button will revert the mixer to
the selected speed. Use this facility only in short bursts so as
not to overload the motor.
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If you have to add ingredients when mixing always turn the
selector to OFF. Never permit the mixer to run ‘hands off’.
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Do not operate the mixer continuously for more than 5
minutes. After 5 minutes of continuous use, allow 10
minutes for the motor to cool before using the mixer again.
Before using your mixer for the first time: Wash the
beaters in warm soapy water, rinse and dry thoroughly. Wipe
the motor unit all over with a soft cloth dampened with soapy
water followed with a clean damp cloth. Dry well. Do not
immerse the motor unit, mains cable or plug in water.
Attaching the beaters and dough hooks
The attachments must be used in matched pairs. Push the
attachments one at a time into the sockets in the mixer base and
rotate slightly to secure them.
INTRODUCTION
You can mix a wide range of ingredients depending on the
attachments used. Two sets of beaters are provided:
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Beaters: Beaters can be
inserted into either socket.
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Dough Hooks: These will
only fit one way round.
Insert the hook with the
washer in the large socket
and the plain hook in the
ridged socket as shown.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
When operating the appliance make sure that there is slack in
the power cord. Never operate the appliance in a location where
the power cord can get snagged on kitchen units, or appliances
or utensils. The power cord should lie outside your operating
hand.
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