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Prior to using this appliance, please read the user’s manual thoroughly, even in cases where you have
previously familiarised yourself with the operation of similar types of appliances. Only use the appliance
in the manner described in this user’s manual. Keep this manual for future use.
We recommend saving the original shipping cardboard box, packaging material, receipt and warranty
card for the duration of the warranty. During transportation, pack the appliance using the original
packaging materials only.
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CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...................................................................................................................... 4
PRINCIPLES OF DEHYDRATION ............................................................................................................................... 5
PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................................................................. 5
PRETREATING........................................................................................................................................................... 6
RECONSTITUTING FOODS ....................................................................................................................................... 6
DRYING .................................................................................................................................................................... 8
PACKING AND STORAGE......................................................................................................................................... 8
ROTATING THE TRAYS ............................................................................................................................................. 8
REMEMBER .............................................................................................................................................................. 8
RECEPIES .................................................................................................................................................................. 9
DRYING TABLE FOR FRUITS................................................................................................................................... 10
DRYING TABLE FOR VEGETABLES ......................................................................................................................... 11
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................................... 13
TECHNICAL FEATURES ........................................................................................................................................... 13
INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION REGARDING THE DISPOSAL OF USED PACKAGING MATERIALS ............. 14
DISPOSAL OF USED ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC APPLIANCES....................................................................... 14
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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This appliance may be used by children
8 years of age and older and by persons
with physical or mental impairments
or by inexperienced persons, if they
are properly supervised or have
been informed about how to use
of the product in a safe manner and
understand the potential dangers. Do
not allow children to play with the
appliance. Cleaning and maintenance
must not be performed by children
unless they are older than 8 years of
age and under supervision.
Keep this appliance and the power
cord out of reach of children younger
than 8 years of age.
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
With proper care, your Food Dehydrator designed to provide years of household service. Be sure to
follow these basic precautions when using this electrical appliance. Read all instructions before using.
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Do not touch heating coil.
Do not touch hot surfaces.
To protect against electrical hazards do not immerse cord, plugs, or the base assembly in water or
other liquid.
Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children.
Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Allow to cool before putting on or taking
off parts.
Do not plug in dehydrator while top is inverted (storage position) and do not invert top into
bottom for storage until unit has completely cooled down.
Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions, or
has been damaged in any manner. Return appliance to the nearest authorized service facility for
examination, repair, or adjustment.
The use of accessory attachments not recommended by the appliance manufacturer may cause
hazards.
Do not plug in outdoors.
Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven.
Do not pour liquids in the dehydrator.
Do not use appliance for other than intended use.
Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter, or touch hot surfaces.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
DO NOT USE IN AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER
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PRINCIPLES OF DEHYDRATION
There are no absolutes and quite a few variables in food dehydration. The best way to become
proficient is to experiment using this booklet as a guideline and then adjusting your drying technique
according to your results.
Record keeping is helpful in food dehydration. Records of weight of produce before and after the
dehydration, length of time required for drying, etc., can be useful information in attaining a good
quality product. Information can be recorded on the labels of the food storage containers.
Tasty ready-to-eat snacks and confections are some of the versatile products you can create by drying
fruits and vegetables at home. After soaking in water, the re-hydrated foods can be used in favorite
recipes for casseroles, soups, stews and salads. Re-hydrated fruits and berries can also make excellent
compotes or sauces.
Drying is appealing because the procedure is relatively simple and requires little equipment. Only
minimal storage space is needed.
Dehydrating is a method of heating the food to evaporate the moisture present, and removing the
water vapor formed.
Most food products release moisture rapidly during early stages of drying. This means they can absorb
large amounts of heat and give off large quantities of water vapor while remaining at a temperature
well below that of the drying air.
PROCEDURE
Fruits and vegetables selected for drying should be the highest quality obtainable – fresh and fully
ripened. Wilted or inferior produce will not make a satisfactory dried product. Immature produce lacks
flavor and color. Overmature produce may be tough and fibrous or soft and mushy.
Prepare produce immediately after gathering, and begin drying at once. Wash or clean all fresh food
thoroughly to remove any dirt or spray. Sort and discard defective food; decay, bruises, or mold on any
piece may affect an entire batch.
For greater convenience when you finally use the food, and to speed drying, it is advisable to peel, pit,
or core some fruits and vegetables. Smaller pieces dry more quickly and uniformly.
PRETREATING
Enzymes in fruit and vegetables are responsible for color and flavor changes during ripening. These
changes will continue during drying and storage unless the produce is pretreated to slow down enzyme
activity.
Blanching can be used in the pretreatment of vegetables, as it helps set color and hastens drying by
relaxing tissues. Blanching may also prevent undesirable changes in flavor during storage, and improve
reconstitution during cooking.
Many light-colored fruits (especially apples, apricots, peaches, nectarines, and pears) tend to darken
during drying and storage. To prevent this darkening, the fruit may be pretreated by blanching or by
a suitable dip, but effectiveness of pretreatment methods varies.
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Fruit may be dipped in one of the following:
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Pineapple or lemon juice as a natural alternative to other pretreatments to reduce browning. Slice
fruit directly into juice. Remove promptly (about 2 minutes) and place on trays. Fruits may also be
dipped in honey, spices, lime or orange juice, or sprinkled with coconut to give them a snappy dried
flavor. Use your imagination and make your own flavorful dip.
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Sodium Bisulfite: Ask for food safe, (USP) grade only. Dissolve 1 teaspoon of sodium bisulfite in
one quart of water. Prepare small amounts of fruit and dip for 2 minutes in the solution. This helps
prevent loss of Vitamin C and maintains a bright color. Sodium bisulfite may be obtained from
a local pharmacy.
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A solution of table salt.
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A solution of ascorbic acid or citric acid. Commercial antioxidant mixtures containing ascorbic acid
may also be used, but often are not as effective as pure ascorbic acid.
Fruits may be steam-blanched. However, blanched fruits may turn soft and become difficult to handle.
Syrup blanching may help retain the color of apples, apricots, figs, nectarines, peaches, pears and
plums. A sweetened candied product will result.
Fruits with tough skins (grapes, prunes and small dark plums, cherries, figs and some berries) may be
water-blanched to crack the skins. This will allow moisture inside to surface more readily during drying.
Before drying pretreated food, remove any excess moisture by placing the food on paper towels or
clean cloths. Drying trays should be loaded with a thin layer of food as directed. If needed, clean
cheesecloth can be spread on the trays to prevent food pieces from sticking or falling through.
The amount of food being dried at one time should not exceed roughly 3/4 of each tray‘s surface area
and a 1/4“ thick.
RECONSTITUTING FOODS
All dehydrated foods need to be reconstituted. Most fruits are actually preferable in their dried form.
Most vegetables, however, are most taste-tempting when reconstituted.
To reconstitute vegetables for cooking, merely wash product in clean water, then place in an amount of
cold, unsalted water and cover. Soak 2 to 8 hours, if possible, then cook in same water used for soaking.
Add more water if necessary. Bring product to a boil, then reduce heat to simmer just until done. Add salt,
if desired, at end of cooking time, as salt slows down the reconstitution process. As with fresh products,
overcooking will diminish flavor and texture. To reconstitute vegetables like carrots, soak in ice water or
soak in water in the refrigerator.
Dried foods can be reconstituted by soaking, cooking, or a combination of both and will resemble their
fresh counterparts after reconstitution. However, dried foods are unique and should not be expected to
resemble a fresh product in every respect.
Drying does not render the food free of bacteria, yeasts, and molds. Thus, spoilage could occur if soaking
is prolonged at room temperature. Refrigerate if soaking for longer than 1 to 2 hours.
To conserve nutritive value, use the liquid remaining after soaking and cooking as part of the water
needed in recipes.
One cup of dried vegetables reconstitutes to about 2 cups. To replace the moisture removed from most
vegetables, barely cover them with cold water and soak 20 minutes to 2 hours. Cover greens with boiling
water. To cook, bring simmer until done.
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One cup of dried fruit reconstitutes to about 1 1/2 cups. Add water just to cove the fruit; more can be
added later if needed. One to eight hours are required to reconstitute most fruits, depending on fruit
type, size of pieces, and water temperature. (Hot water takes less time). Over-soaking will produce a loss
of flavor. To cook reconstituted fruit, cover and simmer in the soak water.
Dried or reconstituted fruits and vegetables can be used in a variety of ways.
Use dried fruit for snacks at home, on the trail, or on the ski slopes. Use pieces in cookies or confections.
Serve reconstituted fruit as compotes or as sauces. It can be incorporated into favorite recipes for breads,
gelatin salads, omelets, pies, stuffing, milk-shakes, homemade ice cream and cooked cereals.
Add dried vegetables to soups and stews or vegetable dishes. Use as dry snacks or dip chips.
Include reconstituted vegetables in favorite recipes for meat pies and other main dishes, as well as gelatin
and vegetable salads.
Powdered vegetables in the dried form make a tasty addition to broths, raw soups, and dressings.
For optimum maintenance of nutritional value, we suggest:
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Blanching the correct length of time.
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Packaging dried foods properly and storing containers in a cool, dry, dark place.
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Checking dried foods periodically during storage to insure that moisture has not been reabsorbed.
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Eating dried foods as soon as possible.
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Using liquid remaining after reconstitution in recipes.
DRYING
Drying time varies according to fruit or vegetable type, size of pieces, and tray load.
Before testing foods for desired dryness, remove a handful and cool for a few minutes. Foods that are
warm or hot seem softer, moister, and more pliable than they will when cooled.
Foods should be dry enough to prevent microbial growth and subsequent spoilage. Dried vegetables
should be hard and brittle. Dried fruits should be leathery and pliable. For long-term storage, home
dried fruits will need to be drier than commercially dried fruits sold in grocery stores.
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PACKING AND STORAGE
Fruits cut into a wide range of sizes should be allowed to „sweat“ or condition for a week after drying
to equalize the moisture among the pieces before placing in long-term storage. Place fruit in a nonaluminum, non-plastic container and put in a dry, well-ventilated and protected area.
Dried foods should be thoroughly cooled before packing. Package in small amounts so that food can be
used soon after containers have been opened.
Pack food as tightly as possible without crushing into clean, dry, insect-proof containers. Glass jars or
moisture-vapor proof freezer cartons or bags (heavy gauge plastic type) make good containers.
Metal cans with lids can be used if the dried food is first placed in a plastic bag.
Your dehydrated food should be checked about once a month. Should you find mold growing on
a piece of the dried food, scrape it off and then pasteurize the contents.
To pasteurize the contents, spread food on a cookie sheet and bake in oven for 15 minutes at 175
degrees Fahrenheit. Repack in a clean, airtight container.
ROTATING THE TRAYS
Your new Food Dehydrator is scientifically designed to rely on natural heat convection to carry away
moist air from the food. Trays should be rotated during the processing period to insure even drying.
Trays nearest the bottom exposed to the hottest, driest air will dry more rapidly. So simply move them
up and move the ones on top to the bottom.
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The best results are achieved when the quality of the food is high. Be sure to select ripe produce in
good condition, as one bad food may give an off-flavor to the entire lot.
Clean produce in important. Wash thoroughly, remove soft or spoiled areas, slice and pretreat if
necessary. Be certain that your hands, your cutting utensils and your food preparing area are also
clean.
You can expect a variation in the drying times. Drying times are affected with the size of the load,
thickness of the sliced products, humidity of the air, and the moisture content of the food itself.
Be sure to let the produce cool before testing for dryness.
Trays may be fully loaded, if desired, with pieces barely touching but not overlapping.
About six to ten percent of the moisture may remain in your foods without danger of spoilage.
Many dried foods will have a leathery consistency, rather like licorice.
Rotate trays if you notice uneven drying or a very heavy load. Just move bottom tray up to the
middle and top ones down.
To remove seeds or pits from prunes, grapes, cherries etc., dehydrate 50 % then pop seeds out. This
prevents juice from dripping out.
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RECEPIES
Mixed bag of fruit
2 bananas (peeled)
1/2 pound strawberries
1 cup pineapple chunks (canned)
Sliced fruit uniformly, about 1/4 inch thick. Add 1/4 cup of mixed nuts after drying and cooling.
Apple cinnamon rings
5 pounds of apples
5 teaspoons of cinnamon
Peel and core apples with a cylindrical apple corer. Slice into 1/4 inch rings. Sprinkle with cinnamon
prior to drying.
Citrus threesome
3 pounds oranges
5 lemons
4 firm grapefruits
Wash fruit. Leaving rind on, slice all fruit uniformly, 1/4 inch thick. Place in dehydrator trays and dry.
Tropical paradise
10 kiwis
1 pineapple
3 papayas
Peel papayas and kiwis. Remove core and skin from pineapple. Slice all fruit uniformly, about 1/4 inch
thick. Place in dehydrator trays and dry.
Strawberry treats
2 cups fresh strawberries – cleaned, put into blender along with a small amount of apple juice to help
liquify the berries. Line tray(s) with plastic wrap. Pour blended berries onto wrap, evenly spreading with
a spatula. Dehydrate for 6 hours – approximately (depending on if you prefer brittle of chewy).
Top vents open.
Jerky
2 cups fresh strawberries – cleaned, put into blender along with a small amount of apple juice to help
liquify the berries. Line tray(s) with plastic wrap. Pour blended berries onto wrap, evenly spreading with a
spatula. Dehydrate for 6 hours – approximately (depending on if you prefer brittle of chewy).
Top vents open.
Sachets and potpourris
You can save the fragrance of spring and summer and enjoy whatever sweet – smelling plants you have
in your flower and herb garden with the Family Size food Dehydrator. Select petals from the flower
and place them loosely on the mesh tray and place them in your dehydrator with all vents wide open.
When perfectly dried (about five hours), store the petals in decorative containers or sachet bags and
close with a ribbon.
You can sprinkle the petals with spices like powdered cinnamon, whole cloves, a bit of dried rosemary
or mint for variety. It is best to keep the container closed until all of the fragrances have blended.
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DRYING TABLE FOR FRUITS
The times are approximate. Your drying times will vary with room temperature, humidity, moisture
content of the food and how thinly the food is sliced. The presence of natural juices in food will also
vary. Some fruit sugars tend to be sticker than others.
FRUIT
PREPARATION
Apples
Pare, core and cut in slices or rings. Dip in
pretreatment for 2 minutes. Drain and place
on tray.
DRYNESS TEST
Pliable
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4 – 15 hrs.
Apricots
Dry in halves and turn inside out or cut
into quarters. Pretreat to help retain color
without penetrating skin of fruit.
Pliable
8 – 36 hrs.
Bananas
Peel and cut into 1/8“ slices.
Crisp
5 – 24 hrs.
Berries
Strawberries may be sliced in 3/8“ slices.
Leave other berries whole. Bathe wax-coated
berries in boiling water.
No visible
moisture
5 – 24 hrs.
Cherries
Do not stem until ready to prepare. Pitting is
optional, or pit when 50 % dry.
Leathery but
sticky
6 – 36 hrs.
Cranberries
Wash well, chop for flakes or leave whole.
No visible
moisture
4 – 20 hrs.
Grapes (raisins)
Wash, remove stems and leave whole.
Pliable and
leathery
6 – 36 hrs.
Nectarines
No need to peel. Dry with skin down on
screen, or cut in 3/8“ slices or circles.
Pliable
6 – 24 hrs.
Orange Rind
Peel in long strips and dry. Do not grate until
ready to use.
Brittle
6 – 15 hrs.
Peaches
Remove peels during dehydration if desired.
Pit when 50 % dehydrated. Halve or quarter,
with cup size up.
Pliable and
leathery
5 – 24 hrs.
Pears
Peel, remove core and woody tissue. Cut into
slices or rings, halves, quarters or eights.
Pliable and
leathery
5 – 24 hrs.
Persimmons
Use only ripe fruit. Wash, remove cap, slice in
3/8“ circles or slices.
Pliable
5 – 20 hrs.
Pineapple (fresh)
Remove core, cut in slices or wedges or
chunks.
Pliable
6 – 36 hrs.
Pineapple
(canned)
Drain and pat dry. Place on trays.
Leathery
6 – 36 hrs.
Plums
Wash, leave whole or cut in half and remove
pits or pop them out when half dried.
Pliable
5 – 24 hrs.
Prunes
Same as plums, but soak in boiling water for
two minutes first.
Leathery
8 – 36 hrs.
Rhubarb
Use only tender stalks. Wash, cut in 1“
lengths.
No visible
moisture
4 – 16 hrs.
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DRYING TABLE FOR VEGETABLES
VEGETABLE
PREPARATION
Artichoke Hearts
Cut hearts into 1/8“ strips. Boil 5-8 minutes
in 3/4 cup water containing 1 tablespoonful
lemon juice.
DRYNESS TEST
Brittle
4 – 12 hrs.
Asparagus
Wash and cut into 1“ pieces. Tips yield better
product. Stems, crushed after drying, make
an excellent seasoning.
Brittle
4 – 10 hrs.
Beans (Green or
Wax)
Cut into 1“ pieces or cut French style. Steam
blanch until translucent. Stir beans on tray
after partial drying, moving inside beans to
outside for more even drying.
Brittle
4 – 14 hrs.
Beets
Trim off all but one inch of tops and roots.
Wash, blanch, cool, remove tops, skin and
roots. Dice or slice.
Brittle, dark
4 – 12 hrs.
Brussels Sprouts
Cut sprouts from stalks, cut in half lengthwise
through stem.
Brittle
5 – 15 hrs.
Broccoli
Trim, cut as for serving, wash thoroughly.
Steam tender, about 3-5 minutes.
Brittle
5 – 15 hrs.
Cabbage
Trim, cut into strips 1/8“ thick. Cut core into
1/4“ strips. Use bottom shelf of dehydrator.
Leathery
4 – 12 hrs.
Carrots
Select young tender roots. Steam until tender.
Cut into slices, shreds, cubes or strips.
Leathery
4 – 12 hrs.
Cauliflower
Dip cauliflowers into 3 tablespoons salt per
2 quarts of water for 2 minutes. Steam until
tender.
Leathery
5 – 15 hrs.
Celery
Separate stalks from leaves. Wash both
thoroughly. Cut stalks into 1/4“ slices. Leaves
dry first, so remove when dry. Flake leaves
after drying for use in soups, stews, etc.
Brittle
4 – 12 hrs.
Corn
Remove husks, silk and blemishes just before
steaming. Blanch on cob until milk is set. Cut
from cob and spread over tray. Stir several
times for even drying.
Brittle
4 – 15 hrs.
Cucumber
Pare, slice in 1/8“ slices and dry.
Leathery
4 – 14 hrs.
Eggplant (also
Kohlrabi,
Summer and
Italian Squashes,
Zucchini)
Trim, wash and slice 1/4“ to 1/2“ thick, and
spread on trey.
Brittle
4 – 14 hrs.
Leathery
4 – 10 hrs.
Onions and Leeks Remove peels and cut into 1/2“ slices,
nuggets, or chop. Stir several times during
drying.
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Okra
Use young, tender pods. Wash, trim, and slice
into 1/4“ discs.
Parsley
Tear into small pieces, dry then chop if
desired.
Parsnips
Same as carrots.
Peas
Use only tender, sweet varieties. Shell and
blanch gently, 3-5 minutes.
Peppers (Green
and Pimentos)
Cut in 1/4“ strips or rings. Remove seeds,
wash and dry. May also be chopped.
Chopped, dried pimentos are Paprika.
Hot Peppers
Leathery
3 – 10 hrs.
2 – 10 hrs.
Brittle
4 – 10 hrs.
Brittle to leathery
4 – 10 hrs.
Wash and dry whole. Wear rubber gloves to
protect hands when preparing hot peppers.
Leathery
4 – 12 hrs.
Potatoes
Peeling optional. Slice into 3/16“ to 1/4“ or
dice, grate, cut French Fry style. Steam as for
beets.
Brittle
5 – 12 hrs.
Chives
Chop – spread on tray.
Brittle
4 – 10 hrs.
Pumpkin (also
Cut into small pieces. Bake or steam until
Hubbard Squash) tender.
Cut into strips 1 to 3 inches wide, peel and
remove pulp. Slice strips 1/2“ thick. Scrape
pulp, place in blender to puree. Dry with
paper towels.
Leathery
5 – 15 hrs.
Leathery
6 – 24 hrs.
Rutabagas
Same as carrots, but slice thin.
Tomatoes
Wash and remove stems. Dip in boiling water
to loosen skin. Cut in halves or slices.
Turnips
Same as carrots, but slice thin.
Zucchini
See eggplant.
Garlic
Separate into cloves and remove outer skin.
Slice and dry on trays. Grind or process for
seasoning, if desired, after drying.
Very brittle
4 – 15 hrs.
Greens (Spinach,
Kale, Chard,
Mustard, Turnip,
Beet Greans)
Wash thoroughly and trim tough stems.
Steam until wilted but not soggy. Use bottom
tray of dehydrator but use it carefully not to
scorch.
Very brittle
4 – 10 hrs.
Mushrooms
Select mushrooms with cap curling under –
these are young and tender. Brush off dirt
or wipe with damp cloth. Slice, chop or dry
whole, depending on size.
Leathery to
brittle, depending
on size and age
3 – 10 hrs.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Before cleaning switch off the appliance and remove the mains plug from the wall socket.
Clean with a soft, dry or damp cloth, if required with a neutral detergent.
Do not use any abrasive cleaning agents, scourers etc. to clean the appliance.
Remove the mains plug from the wall socket if the appliance has not been used for a long time.
Before putting the appliance in storage, clean thoroughly then cover with a plastic bag and store in a
dry place. Keep the appliance away from children!
Wash the drying trays and top lid in hot water, clean with neutral detergent, rinse in potable water and
let them dry. Switch the appliance on without drying any foodstuffs and let it operate for min. 4 hours.
Switch the appliance off and let all parts of the food dehydrator cool down and air so that the possible
after production smell will be completely removed.
This procedure is recommended before using the appliance for the first time.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Rated voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 – 240 V
Rated frequency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50/60 Hz
Rated power input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .250 W
Safety class (for electric shock protection) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . II
Noise level. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 dB(A)
The declared noise emission level of the appliance is 20 dB(A), which represents a level A of acoustic
power with respect to a reference acoustic power of 1 pW.
Glossary of technical terms
Safety class for electric shock protection:
Class II - Electric shock protection is provided by double or heavy-duty insulation.
Due to continuous improvement of the appliance, the manufacturer reserves the right to make changes
to the text, design and technical specifications without prior notice.
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INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION REGARDING THE DISPOSAL OF USED
PACKAGING MATERIALS
Dispose of packaging material at a public waste disposal site.
DISPOSAL OF USED ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC APPLIANCES
The meaning of the symbol on the product, its accessory or packaging indicates that this
product shall not be treated as household waste. Please, dispose of this product at your
applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical & electronic equipment waste.
Alternatively in some states of the European Union or other European states you may
return your products to your local retailer when buying an equivalent new product.
The correct disposal of this product will help save valuable natural resources and help
in preventing the potential negative impact on the environment and human health,
which could be caused as a result of improper liquidation of waste. Please ask your
local authorities or the nearest waste collection centre for further details. The improper
disposal of this type of waste may fall subject to national regulations for fines.
For business entities in the European Union
If you wish to dispose of an electrical or electronic device, request the necessary
information from your seller or supplier.
Disposal in other countries outside the European Union
If you wish to dispose of this product, request the necessary information about the
correct disposal method from local government departments or from your seller.
This product meets all the basic EU regulation requirements that relate to it.
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