User manual - Philips Parts and Accessories

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HD3095
Rice/Quinoa
or
Risotto
Menu
Start/Cancel
Menu
Touch for 3s
Important:
• When cooking at a temperature higher than
272°F/130°C and for more than 1 hour, the top
lid must be opened during cooking.
7
5
Slow Cook
Cooking
time
Reheating (Fig. 6)
1 Evenly distribute food in the inner pot.
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1
Cooking
time
Keep Warm
Cooking
time
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8
2
3
9
2.5L
Menu
Start/Cancel
Temp.
4
MAX
Boil/Steam
3Follow steps 6 and 7 in “Preparations before
cooking” section.
Touch for 3s
Cooking
time
4Press the “Menu” button until the desired
cooking function is displayed on the screen
along the default cooking time.
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1.5L
1.0L
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Multicooker
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Keep Warm
Keep Warm
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Start/Cancel
Power on
Cooking
time
Menu
Preset timer
Child lock/
Touch for 3s
Keep Warm
Preset
Risotto
Yogurt
Oatmeal
Stew/Soup
Slow Cook
Bake/Roast
Boil/Steam
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IMportant
Safeguards
When using electrical appliances, basic safety
precautions should always be followed including the following:
1. Read all instructions.
2.Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles
or knobs. Always use oven pads or mitts
when handling hot material.
3.To protect against electrical shock do not
immerse cord, plugs or appliance base in
water or other liquid. If appliance base falls
into water, unplug the cord from outlet
immediately. Do not reach into the liquid.
4.Close supervision is necessary when any
appliance is used by or near children or
invalids. Children should not play with the
appliance.
5.Unplug from outlet when not in use and
before cleaning. Allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts.
6.Do not expose the multicooker to high
temperatures or place it on a working or
still hot stove or cooker.
7.Do not operate the appliance with a damaged power cord or plug, inner pot, sealing
ring or after the appliance malfunctions or
has been damaged in any manner or is not
operating properly. For assistance in the
U.S. and Canada only, call 1-866-309-8817.
8.The use of accessory attachments not recommended by the appliance manufacturer
may cause injuries.
9.Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
10.Do not use outdoors.
11.This appliance is not a deep fryer.
12.Do not let cord hang over edge of table or
counter, or touch hot surfaces.
13.Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven.
14.Do not operate or immerse the appliance
in water or under running water.
15.Extreme caution must be used when moving an appliance containing hot oil, grease
or other hot liquids.
16.Do not exceed the maximum water level
indicated in the inner pot to prevent overflow.
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INSTRUCTIONS
Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry,
seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk
of foodborne illness.
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase and welcome
to Philips! To fully benefit from the support
that Philips offers, register your product at
www.Philips.com/welcome.
The Philips Multicooker is about to become your
own personal chef and will cook many tasty dishes
very simply.
Refer to the Recipe Book for recipes, cooking
temperatures, times and tips.
General product description (Fig. 1)
1 Detachable top lid
2 Lid release button
3 Control panel
A Keep Warm button
B Cooking time button
C Menu button
D Preset timer and child lock button
E Display screen
F Start/Cancel button
G Increase button
H Temperature button
I Decrease button
4 Heating element
5 Main unit
6 Detachable steam vent cap
7 Inner pot
8 Water level indications
9 Cooker handle
10 Power socket
11 Power cord
12 Measuring cup with 180mL (6 fl oz) capacity
13 Spoon
14 Rice scoop
15 Multi-use steam basket
16 User manual
17 Recipe Book
Note: The measuring cup included with the multicooker is not a standard U.S. 8 oz measuring cup
and should not be used as such.
Using the multicooker
No
40 min 1 hour -24 hours
Risotto
No
30-40
min
Brown/
Sauté
5 min 15 min Open lid during
to
cooking. Preset
1 hr
function cannot
be used
Oatmeal
Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs.
Before first use
1Take out all the accessories from the inner
pot. Remove all packaging materials from the
inner pot.
2Clean the parts of the multicooker thoroughly before using the multicooker for the first
time (see chapter ‘Cleaning’).
3Add a half pot full of water to the inner pot,
close the lid and use the “Boil/Steam” function to keep water boiling for 5 minutes (see
chapter “Boiling”).
4 Unplug the appliance, wait until the pot has
cooled down to pour out the water.
Note: Make sure all parts are completely dry before
you start using the multicooker.
Keep Warm Mode and Automatic
shut-off
When the selected or set cooking timing is finished,
you will hear 4 beeps. The multicooker will then
automatically switch to the “Keep Warm” mode
which lasts for 12 hours. In the “Keep Warm”
mode, the display will track the elapsed time for up
to 12 hours. Then the multicooker will automatically shut off. You may also switch the multicooker
off by unplugging from power outlet.
Choosing a program or setting
cooking times
Each program or function except "Brown/Saute"
has a preset default cooking time associated with
it. You may either choose a program with a preset
amount of time or set your own amount of cooking time.
Preset
start time
Rice/
Quinoa
This product is for household use only.
1 hour -24 hours
5 min 10 min 1 hour -24 hours
to 2
hrs
Stew/
Soup
20
min
to 10
hrs
1 hr
Yogurt
6 hrs
to 12
hrs
8 hrs
Manual
5
mins
to 10
hrs
2 hrs
Boil/
steam
5
mins
to 2
hrs
45 min 1 hour - 24 hours
Keep
Warm
No
Slow
cook
1 hr
to 15
hrs
5 hrs
Bake/
Roast
20
mins
to 2
hrs
45 min 1 hour - 24 hours
1 hour -24 hours
1 hour - 24 hours
1 hour - 24 hours
2Press and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for
3 seconds to start the cooking process.
3When the cooking is finished, you will hear
4 beeps and the multicooker will switch to
“Keep Warm” mode automatically and the
progression of minutes will show on the
display screen. To switch off, unplug the multicooker.
Cooking rice, quinoa or risotto
Preparations before cooking (Fig. 2)
Before using the multicooker, follow below
preparations:
1Measure the rice, quinoa or risotto using the
measuring cup provided. The recommended
rice/water ratio is 1:2. The quantity of the
water depends on the amount of rice, quinoa
or risotto or your own preference.
2 Wash the rice thoroughly.
3Put the pre-washed rice in the inner pot.
Smooth the surface.
Note: Do not exceed the maximum water level
indicated in the inner pot, as this may cause the
multicooker to overflow.
4 Press the lid release button to open the lid.
5Wipe the outside of the inner pot dry, then
put it in the multicooker.
1 hour - 24 hours
Fahrenheit105-120-140-160-175-195-
(approx.)210-230-250-270-285-300-320°F
Celsius
40-50-60-70-80-90-100-110-120-
130-140-150-160°C
Keep Warm
Programs with preset cooking times
Program Adjustable Cooking
cooking
time
time
from steam and air outlet openings. Do
not insert any object or substances into
the steam vent.
33.Never use the multicooker without the
inner pot in place. Always put the inner
pot in the multicooker before you put the
plug in the power outlet and switch it on.
Do not use the inner pot if it is warped or
deformed in any way.
34.Avoid sudden temperature changes, such
as adding refrigerated foods into a heated
pot.
35.This appliance is for household use only.
Cooking stew (Fig. 4)
Press the “Menu” button to choose a specific
program with a corresponding preset amount of
cooking time.
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17.Do not place cooking utensils inside
the pot while cooking, keeping warm or
reheating.
18.Always attach plug to appliance first, then
plug the cord into the wall outlet. To disconnect, turn any control to “cancel”, then
remove plug from wall outlet.
19.Make sure the heating element, temperature sensor and the outside of the inner
pot are clean and dry before putting plug
in power outlet.
20.Make sure your hands are dry before
plugging the appliance into an outlet or
pressing any of the buttons on the control
panel.
21.Do not use this appliance for other than
intended use.
22.Use extreme caution when removing the
inner pot and/or disposing of hot grease or
liquids. The inner pot and steamer may be
hot and heavy during and after the cooking
process.
23.Do not clean with metal scouring pads.
Pieces can break off the pad and touch
electrical parts, creating a risk of electric
shock.
24.Use only on properly grounded outlet.
25.A short power-supply (or detachable power-supply cord) should be used to reduce
the risk resulting from becoming entangled
in or tripping over a longer cord.
26.Extension cords may be used if care is
exercised in their use. If an extension cord
is used: The marked electrical rating of
the cord must be as great as the rating of
the appliance. The longer cord should be
arranged so that it will not drape over the
edge of the counter or table top where
it could be pulled by children or tripped
over unintentionally. If the appliance is of
grounded type, the extension cord should
be a grounded-type 3-wire cord.
27.CAUTION: To ensure continued protection against risk of electric shock, connect
to properly grounded outlets only. Risk
of electric shock, cook only in removable
inner pot.
28.Do not place any of the following materials
in the appliance: paper, cardboard, plastic
and the like.
29.This appliance is not intended to be operated by means of an external timer or a
separate remote control system.
30.Use on a flat stable, heat-resistant surface
away from water or any heat source.
31.This appliance operates at high temperatures which may cause burns. Do
not touch hot surfaces, parts or inside of
appliance while operating. Allow appliance
to cool down completely before moving,
handling or cleaning.
32.During cooking, hot steam is released
through the steam vent openings or when
you open the lid. Keep hands and face away
and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for 3 seconds. The multicooker will be in standby mode.
◗To switch off, unplug the multicooker.
1 Put ingredients for the stew in the inner pot.
Touch for 3s
Manual
Rice/Quinoa
4When the cooking is finished, you will hear
4 beeps and the multicooker will switch to
“Keep Warm” mode automatically and the
progression of minutes will show on the display screen.
◗To cancel an ongoing cooking process, press
Touch for 3s
A
Rice/Quinoa
Touch for 3s
Start/Cancel
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Set your own cooking time
1To set a different cooking time, press the
“cooking time” button. The hour unit starts
flashing on the display.
◗Press the increase (+) or decrease (-) button
to set the hour unit.
◗After the hour unit is set, press the “Cooking
time” button again, and the minute unit starts
flashing on the display.
◗Press the increase (+) or decrease (-) button
to set the minute unit.
6Close the lid of the multicooker, and put the
plug in the power outlet.
Important:
• Make sure the inner pot handle fits into the
recesses of the cooker body, and that the inner
pot is in proper contact with the heating element.
•Make sure the outside of the inner pot is dry
and clean, and there is no foreign residue on
the heating element or the magnetic switch.
•Make sure the steam valve is clean and not
blocked before each cooking process, and that
it is properly closed during cooking.
Begin Cooking (Fig. 3)
1Follow the steps 1-7 in “Preparations before
cooking” section.
2Press and hold the “Menu” button until the
“Rice/Quinoa” or “Risotto” function is displayed on the screen along with the default
cooking time.
3Press and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for
3 seconds to start the cooking process.
2If food is dry, add some water or broth to
prevent it from becoming too dry or sticking.
The quantity of the water or broth depends
on the amount of food or your own preference.
2Add water, broth or stock to the inner
pot. The quantity of liquid depends on the
amount of food in the inner pot and your
own preference or recipe.
Note: Do not exceed the maximum water level
indicated in the inner pot, as this may cause the
multicooker to overflow.
◗To set a different cooking time, press the
“Cooking time” button and follow the directions in the “Set your own cooking time” section.
5Press and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for
3 seconds to start the cooking process.
6When the cooking is finished you will hear 4
beeps and the multicooker switches to “Keep
Warm” mode automatically and the progression of minutes will show on the display
screen.
◗To cancel an ongoing cooking process, press
and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for 3 seconds. The multicooker will be in standby mode.
◗To switch off, unplug the multicooker.
Steaming (Fig. 7)
1Measure a few cups of water using the supplied multicooker measuring cup.
◗The quantity of water depends on the amount
of food in the steam basket.
3Follow steps 6 and 7 in “Preparations before
cooking” section.
Do not immerse the steam basket in water.
4Press the “Menu” button until the “Stew/
Soup” function is displayed on the screen
along with the default cooking time.
3 Put the steam basket into the inner pot.
◗To set a different cooking time, press the
“Cooking time” button and follow the directions in the “Set your own cooking time” section.
5 P
ress and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for
3 seconds to start the cooking process.
6When the cooking is finished you will hear
4 beeps and the multicooker will switch to
“Keep Warm” mode automatically and the
progression of minutes will show on the display screen.
◗To cancel an ongoing cooking process, press
and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for 3 seconds. The multicooker will be in standby mode.
◗To switch off, unplug the multicooker.
Manual mode (Fig. 5)
You may use the manual mode to cook food
with more control over the cooking time and
temperature.
1Put the ingredients in the inner pot.
2Follow steps 6 and 7 in “Preparations before
cooking” section.
3Press the “Menu” button until the desired
cooking function is displayed on the screen.
◗To set a different cooking time, press the
“Cooking time” button and follow the directions in the “Set your own cooking time” section.
◗To set a different cooking temperature, press
the “Temp” button, then press the increase (+)
or decrease (-) button to set the desired temperature.
◗The default cooking temperature is 210°F /
100°C. You can select the temperature from
105°F/40°C to 320°F/160°C.
4Press and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for
3 seconds to start the cooking process.
5When the cooking is finished you will hear
4 beeps and the multicooker will switch to
“Keep Warm” mode automatically and the
progression of minutes will show on the display screen.
◗To cancel an ongoing cooking process, press
and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for 3 seconds. The multicooker will be in standby mode.
◗To switch off, unplug the multicooker.
2 Pour the water into the inner pot.
◗The steam basket has a removable bottom. You
may release the bottom from the steam basket and put it in the inner pot to steam food
directly. Do not immerse the bottom in water.
4 Put the food or plate of food on top of the
bottom of the steam basket.
5Follow steps 6 and 7 in “Preparations before
cooking”.
6Press the “Menu” button until the “Boil/
Steam” function is displayed on the screen
along with the default cooking time.
◗To set a different cooking time, press the
“Cooking time” button and follow the directions in the “Set your own cooking time” section.
◗The cooking time will not start tracking until
the water actually comes to a boil. Once the
water starts to boil, the multicooker will then
maintain the boiling temperature for 10 minutes or the selected cooking time.
7Press and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for
3 seconds to start the cooking process.
8When the cooking is finished you will hear 4
beeps and the multicooker switches to “Keep
Warm” mode automatically and the progression of minutes will show on the display
screen.
◗To cancel an ongoing cooking process, press
and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for 3 seconds. The multicooker will be in standby mode.
◗To switch off, unplug the multicooker.
9Open the lid and carefully take out the food
from the plate or steam basket.
Important:
• Keep hands and face away from steam and air
outlet openings.
•Do not cook food in the inner pot and use the
steam basket at the same time, otherwise the
feet of the detachable bottom might be in contact with the food.
•During steaming, make sure that food in the
steam basket does not exceed the MAX indication on the inside of the steam basket, otherwise the steam vent hole will be blocked, and
pressure will build up inside of the appliance,
causing the top lid to burst open.
•Do not put more than 2kg (4.5 lb) of food in
the steam basket, as the steam basket might slip
into the inner pot and the detachable bottom
might fall off.
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Menu
5Press and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for
3 seconds to confirm the preset timer.
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Boil/Steam
Menu
Rice/Quinoa
Bake/Roast
Risotto
Boil/Steam
Oatmeal
Manual
Yogurt
Slow Cook
◗After the preset time is set, you can press and
Child lock/
Touch for 3s
6The cooking will be finished when the preset
time has elapsed. You will hear 4 beeps and
the multicooker switches to keep warm or
standby mode automatically.
Stew/Soup
Cooking
time
Cooking
time
Start/Cancel
Touch for 3s
Yogurt
Menu
Preset timer
◗To switch off, unplug the multicooker.
Child lock/
Touch for 3s
Setting up child lock (Fig. 13)
Cooking
time
Cooking
time
Start/Cancel
Touch for 3s
Keep Warm
To protect your child from using the multicooker,
you may set up the child lock function.
1Press and hold the “Preset timer” button for
3 seconds to enter the child lock mode.
Keep Warm
Start/Cancel
Touch for 3s
9
hold the “Start/Cancel” button for 3 seconds
to deactivate the preset function.
Preset timer
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Preset timer
Child lock/
Touch for 3s
Menu
◗The child lock icon appears on the display
screen.
Preset timer
Child lock/
Touch for 3s
◗The child lock icon disappears from the display
“Keep Warm” and “standby” mode
Brown/Sauté
Temp.
Bake/Roast
Menu
Start/Cancel
Bake/Roast (Fig. 11)
1Put the ingredients to bake in the inner pot.
Touch for 3s
2Follow step 6 in “Preparations before cooking”.
Cooking
time
Keep Warm
Boiling (Fig. 8)
1Put ingredients and water into the inner pot.
Cooking
time
Start/Cancel
Touch for 3s
Note: Do not exceed the maximum water level
indicated in the inner pot, as this may cause the
multicooker to overflow.
2Follow steps 6 and 7 in “Preparations before
cooking”.
3Put the plug in the power outlet.
Keep Warm
3Press the “Menu” button until the “Boil/
Steam” function is displayed on the screen
along with the default cooking time.
7During cooking, stir the food constantly with
a spatula (a wooden spatula is recommended).
◗To set a different cooking time, press the
8When the cooking is finished you will hear 4
beeps and the multicooker switches to “Keep
Warm” mode automatically and the progression of minutes will show on the display
screen.
“Cooking time” button and follow the directions in the “Set your own cooking time” section.
◗The cooking time will not start tracking until
the water actually comes to a boil. Once the
water starts to boil, the multicooker will then
maintain the boiling temperature for 10 minutes or the selected cooking time.
4Press and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for
3 seconds to start the cooking process.
5When the cooking is finished you will hear 4
beeps and the multicooker switches to “Keep
Warm” mode automatically and the progression of minutes show on the display screen.
◗To cancel an ongoing cooking process, press
and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for 3 seconds. The multicooker will be in standby mode.
◗To switch off, unplug the multicooker.
Brown/Sauté (Fig. 9)
The lid must be open when cooking food at a
temperature higher than 270°F/130°C or for
more than 50 minutes or when brown/sauteing at
a temperature higher than 210°F/100°C for more
than 1 hour.
This function may be not used for deep fry, and
the amount of oil may not exceed the water level
of 0.5L (2 c) as indicated in the inner pot.
1 Pour some cooking oil into the inner pot.
2Put food and ingredients into the inner pot.
3Follow step 6 in “Preparations before cooking”.
4Put the plug in the power outlet.
5Press the “Menu” button until the “Brown/
Sauté” function is displayed on the screen
along with the default cooking time.
◗To set a different cooking time, press the
“Cooking time” button and follow the directions in the “Set your own cooking time” section.
Important:
• Keep the top lid closed when baking a cake.
•The lid must be open when baking food at a
temperature higher than 270°F/130°C or for
more than 50 minutes or when baking at a
temperature higher than 210°F/100°C for more
than 1 hour.
◗To cancel an ongoing cooking process, press
and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for 3 seconds. The multicooker will be in standby mode.
◗To switch off, unplug the multicooker.
Making yogurt (Fig. 10)
You can make yogurt directly in the inner pot or
using glass bottles or jars.
1Whisk the ingredients for the yogurt well
and pour directly into the inner pot.
◗If you prefer using a glass container, pour
mixture into a microwave safe glass container.
Cover the container. Place the container into
the inner pot. Pour enough water into the
inner pot to be sure half of the glass container
is immersed in water.
4Press the “Menu” button until “Bake/Roast”
function is displayed on the screen along with
the default cooking time.
◗To set a different cooking time, press the
“Cooking time” button and follow the directions in the “Set your own cooking time” section.
◗The default baking temperature is 270°F/130°C.
You can select the temperature from
105°F/40°C to 320°F/160°C.
◗To set a different cooking temperature, press
the “Temp” button, then press the increase (+)
or decrease (-) button to set the desired temperature.
Tip: Baking a cake at 270°F/130°C for 45 minutes
usually delivers the best cooking result.
5Press and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for
3 seconds to start the cooking process.
6When the cooking is finished you will hear 4
beeps and the multicooker switches to “Keep
Warm” mode automatically and the progression of minutes will show on the display
screen.
◗To cancel an ongoing cooking process, press
and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for 3 seconds. The multicooker will be in standby mode.
◗To switch off, unplug the appliance.
you press and hold the “Start/Cancel” button
for 3 seconds directly, the “Keep Warm” indicator will light up. After the cooking is finished
the multicooker will switch to keep warm
mode directly.
◗After you have selected the cooking function,
if you press the “Keep Warm” button before
pressing the “Start/Cancel” button, the “keep
warm” indicator will be off. After the cooking
is finished the multicooker will be in “standby”
mode. If the display shows "ECO", it means the
appliance is in standby mode.
◗To switch off, unplug the multicooker.
Note:
•Except for the yogurt-making function, all cooking functions will allow the product to go into
the “Keep Warm” mode.
•In “standby” mode, you can press the “Keep
Warm” button to enter the “Keep Warm”
mode.
•In “Keep Warm” mode, you can press the
“Keep Warm” button to enter the “standby”
mode.
Cleaning and Maintenance
Unplug the multicooker and wait until the multicooker has cooled down sufficiently before cleaning it.
Interior
To clean the inside of the outer lid and the main
body:
◗Wipe with a damp cloth.
◗Make sure to remove all the food residues
stuck to the multicooker.
Heating element:
◗Wipe with a damp cloth.
◗Remove food residues with a damp cloth or
toothpick.
Exterior of the main body:
◗Wipe with a cloth dampened with warm, soapy
3Press the “Menu” button until “Yogurt” function is displayed on the screen along with the
default cooking time.
You can preset the delayed cooking time in different cooking modes. The preset timer is available
from 10 minutes to 24 hours.
water.
◗Only use a soft, dry cloth to wipe the control
panel.
◗Make sure to remove all the food residues
around the control panel.
◗The preset timer is not available in “Brown/
Accessories
“Cooking time” button and follow the directions in the “Set your own cooking time” section.
4Press and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for
3 seconds to start the cooking process.
5When the cooking is finished you will hear 4
beeps and the multicooker will be in standby
mode automatically.
◗To cancel an ongoing cooking process, press
and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for 3 seconds. The multicooker will be in standby mode.
◗To switch off, unplug the multicooker.
1Follow steps 6 and 7 in “Preparations before
cooking”.
2Press the “Menu” button until the desired
cooking function is displayed on the screen.
3Press the “Preset timer” button.
◗The default preset time of the chosen function
is displayed on the screen.
4Press the increase (+) or decrease (-) button
to set the preset time.
Troubleshooting
This chapter summarizes the most common
problems you might encounter with the
appliance. If you are unable to solve the
problem with the information below, visit
www.philips.com/support or in the U.S. or
Canada only, call 1-866-309-8817 for assistance.
Problem
The light on
the button
does not go
on.
The display
does not
function.
◗After you have selected the cooking function, if
Preset timer for delayed cooking
(Fig. 12)
Sauté” mode.
◗If the preset time is shorter than the cooking
time, the multicooker will start the cooking
process immediately.
For rated voltage and frequency information, refer
to the typeplate on the product. Product information is subject to change without prior notice.
The multicooker provides you with easy control
over the “Keep Warm” function.
2Follow steps 6 and 7 in “Preparations before
cooking”.
◗To set a different cooking time, press the
Model Number: HD3095
Rated power output: 860W
Rated capacity: 4.0L / 4 qt
2To unlock, press and hold the “Preset timer”
button for 3 seconds again.
screen.
Cooking
time
Specifications
◗Soak the rice scoop, spoon, inner pot, steam
basket, and steam vent cap in hot soapy water
and clean with a soft cloth or sponge.
◗All accessories are also dishwasher safe.
The food is
not cooked.
The cooker
does not
switch to
“Keep
Warm”
mode automatically.
The rice is
scorched.
Water spills
out of the
multicooker
during
cooking.
The cake
result is too
hard.
I cannot
get to the
desired
cooking
function.
Rice smells
bad after
cooking.
Solution
There is a connection problem.
Check if the power cord is connected to the cooker properly
and if the plug is inserted firmly
into the power outlet.
The light is defective. In the U.S.
or Canada only, call 1-866-3098817 for assistance.
The multicooker is not connected to the power supply. If there
is no power supply, the power
failure backup function does not
work and the display does not
function. Check if the power cord
is connected to cooker properly,
if the plug is inserted firmly into
power outlet and outlet is
operational.
The display screen has a
malfunction. In the U.S. or Canada
only, call 1-866-309-8817 for
assistance.
You did not press and hold
the “Start/Cancel” button for
3 seconds before cooking.
Make sure there is no foreign
residue on the heating element
and the outside of the inner pot
before switching the multicooker
on.
The inner pot is not in proper
contact with the heating element.
Make sure that the inner pot
handle fits into the recesses of
the cooker body.
The heating element is damaged,
or the inner pot is deformed.
In the U.S. or Canada only, call
1-866-309-8817 for assistance.
You have pressed the “Keep
Warm” button before pressing
the “Start/Cancel” button. See
chapter “Keep Warm” mode.
The temperature control is
defective. In the U.S. or Canada
only, call 1-866-309-8817 for
assistance.
You have not rinsed the rice
properly. Rinse the rice until the
water runs clear.
Make sure the water does not
exceed the maximum water level
indicated in the inner pot, as this
may cause the appliance to overflow during cooking.
Whisk the cake mixture well and
follow the instructions in the
user manual.
Press the “Menu” button repeatedly to select the desired function as shown by the display
screen.
Warranty and service
If you need information, support, or if
you have a problem, please visit
www.philips.com/support or in the U.S. or
Canada only, call 1-866-309-8817 for assistance.
One Year Limited Warranty
Philips warrants that this product shall be free
from defects in material, workmanship and
assembly, under normal use, in accordance with
the specifications and warnings, for a period of
one year from the date of purchase. This warranty extends only to the original purchaser of
the product, and is not transferable. To exercise
your rights under this warranty, you must provide proof of purchase in the form of an original
sales receipt that shows the product name and
the date of purchase. For customer support or
to obtain warranty service, please visit our website www.philips.com/support. THERE ARE NO
OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES.
Philips’ liability is limited to repair or, at its sole
option, replacement of the product. Incidental,
special and consequential damages are disclaimed
where permitted by law. This warranty gives
you specific legal rights. You may also have other
rights that vary from state to state, province to
province or country to country.
In U.S. only
Manufactured for:
Philips Consumer Lifestyle
A Division of Philips Electronics North America
Corporation
P.O. Box 10313, Stamford, CT 06904
In Canada only
Manufactured for:
Philips Electronics Ltd.
281 Hillmount Road
Markham, ON L6C 2S3
Manufactured for:
- Colombia: 01-800-700-7445
- Costa Rica: 0800-507-7445
- República Dominicana: 1-800-751-2673
- Ecuador: 1-800-10-1045
- El Salvador: 800-6024
- Guatemala: 1-800-299-0007
- Honduras: 8002-791-9273
- Mexico: 01800504 6200
- Nicaragua: 1-800-507-0018
- Panama: 800-8300
PHILIPS and Philips Shield are Registered
Trademarks of Koninklijke Philips N.V.
© 2014 Philips Electronics North America
Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
Clean the inner pot with some
dishwashing detergent and warm
water.
After cooking, make sure the
steam vent cap, top lid and inner
pot are cleaned thoroughly.
Error
There is a malfunction in your
message (E1, multicooker. In the U.S. or
E2, E3, or E4) Canada only, call 1-866-309-8817
appears on
for assistance.
the display.
This appliance has no other user-serviceable
parts. For assistance in the U.S. or Canada only
call 1-866-309-8817.
Environment
Do not throw away the appliance with normal
household waste at the end of its life, but hand it
in at an official collection point for recycling. By
doing this, you can help to preserve the environment.
6Press and hold the “Start/Cancel” button for
3 seconds to start the cooking process.
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