meat grinders - Heritage Parts

MGD10-1, MGD15-1
MEAT GRINDERS
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
This manual contains importatant information regarding your Supera unit. Please read this manual thoroughly prior to equipment set-up,
operation and maintenance. Failure to comply with regular maintenance guidelines outlined in this manual may void the warranty.
TO USE
Assembling:
1. Place Head tightly onto opening of Motor Housing.
2. Holding Head with one hand tighten Locking Knob clockwise.
3. Place Feed Screw into Head, long end first, by turning Feed Screw slightly until it is set into
Motor Housing and cover the transmission shaft.
4. Place Cutting Blade onto Feed Screw shaft with the blade facing the front.
5. If it is not fitting properly, the meat will not be ground
6. Place desired Cutting Plate next to Cutting Blade, gap align the pin of head.
7. Screw Cap into place until tight – do not over tighten
8. Place Hopper Plate on Head and fix into position then set unit on a firm surface.
Mincing Meat:
1. Ensure the switch is off before plugging in.
2. Plug the power cord into the appropriately rated outlet.
3. Before use, wash all parts excluding those that do not touch food, in warm soapy water.
4. Cut all food into pieces so that they fit easily into plate opening.
5. Switch the unit on.
6. Feed food product into plate using food pusher.
CLEANING – NOTE: To maintain cleanliness and increase service life, the meat grinder should be
cleaned daily. Do not immerse the unit in water or any other liquid. If liquid enters the electrical
compartment it may cause a short circuit or electrical shock.
Disassembling:
1. Before cleaning or attempting to move make sure the switch is off and the motor has stopped
completely and then disconnect the plug from power outlet.
2. Screw cap has 3 flat sides, convenient for unscrewing. If screw cap is too tight, knock at the flat
sides with a soft handle. Cap should unscrew easily.
3. Unscrew the locking knob and take out head (with cutting plate, cutting blade and feed screw)
then put head mouth downward in order to take out cutting plate, cutting blade and feed
screw.
Cleaning:
1. Remove meat product.
2. Wash each part with warm soapy water. After washing and drying, lubricate the feed screw, cutting blade and cutting plates.
3. Do not immerse motor housing in water. Wipe with a damp cloth.
4. To avoid damage, do not use abrasive cleaners or scouring pads.
5. If soap or chemical cleaners are used, be sure they are completely rinsed away with clear water
immediately after cleaning. Chemical residue could damage or corrode the surfaces of the unit.
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WARNINGS
• Do not immerse unit, cord or plug in liquid at any time
• Do not grind hard foods
• Unplug cord from outlet when not in use and before cleaning
• Plug only into a 3-hole grounded electrical outlet
• Do not operate unattended
• Do not use this unit for anything other than intended use
• Do not use outdoors
• Always use on a firm, dry and level surface at least 12” from walls or any other obstruction
• Do not use if unit has a damaged cord or plug, in the event the appliance malfunctions, or has
been damaged in any manner
• Any incorrect installation, alterations, adjustments and/or improper maintenance can lead to
property loss and injury. All repairs should be done by authorized professionals only.
• Ensure that the designated power supply is adequate for continual usage and the voltage is
correct
• Only use food pusher to feed grinder. Do not feed by hand.
JAMMING
When the circuit breaker automatically stops the motor, or when the motor continues
to function but no meat comes out of cutting plate, bone or other materials may be
jamming the unit. Perform the following steps:
1. Switch unit off.
2. Press circuit breaker to reset.
3. Turn switch to reverse to clear jamming of bone or other materials.
4. Reverse operation will continue for as long as reverse is held down.
TROUBLESHOOTING
If the minced meat is not discharged smoothly or appears to be in the form of paste,
see the following:
PROBLEM: Screw cap is tightened too much thus cutting blade does not contact
properly with the cutting plate
SOLUTION: Re-adjust it
PROBLEM: The cutting plate is blocked
SOLUTION: Clean it
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PROBLEM: Cutting blade is dull
SOLUTION: Grind or replace it
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Parts Diagram and Replacement Parts for the Meat Grinders
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3
5
6
7
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8
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Reference
Number
Part Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MG1-1
MG1-2
MG1-3
MG1-4
MG1-5
MG1-6
MG1-7
MG1-8
MG1-9
MGD10-1
V.1.0
Description
Switch
Hopper Plate
Locking Knob
Head
Feed Screw
Grinder Knife
Grinder plate - #12 Coarse
Grinder plate - #12 Medium
Screw Cap
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MANUAL
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4
Parts Diagram and Replacement Parts for the Meat Grinders
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4
3
5
9
7
10
6
8
1
Reference
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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MGD15-1
Part Number
MG15-1
MG15-2
MG15-3
MG15-4
MG15-5
MG15-6
MG15-7
MG15-8
MG15-9
MG15-10
MG15-11
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Description
Switch
Locking Knob
Hopper Bracket
Hopper Plate
Head
Feed Screw
Cutting Knife
Grinder Plate (Coarse)
Grinder Plate (Medium)
Screw Cap
Food Pusher
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LIMITED WARRANTY
SUPERA COUNTERTOP COOKING EQUIPMENT MODELS:
Meat Grinders: [MGD10-1, MGD15-1]
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the serial number of the unit, proof of purchase, date of installation, and all pertinent information supporting the alleged defect. Failure
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covered by Supera, LLC.
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installed in accordance with our instructions within North America and subjected to normal use, is free from defects in material or
workmanship for one year. Warranty includes onsite service calls within 60 miles of an authorized service company. End user is
responsible for all extra travel and mileage at prevailing rates and for original call to Supera expressing need for warranty service. Any
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6) Lubrication
7) Expendable wear parts, adjustable feet, blown fuses, lamps, etc
8) Cleaning of equipment
9) Misuse or abuse
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OF FAILED OR DAMAGED COMPONENTS RESULTING FROM ELECTRICAL POWER FAILURE, THE USE OF EXTENSION CORDS, LOW VOLTAGE, OR VOLTAGE
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