User Manual &amp
User Manual
& Recipe Book
for V4800 series appliances
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Important Safeguards
For your own safety, always follow these basic precautions when using a
FoodSaver® appliance:
1.Read the User Manual carefully for operating instructions.
Read all instructions in this manual before use.
2.Do not use appliance on wet or hot surfaces, or near a heat source.
3.Caution: To protect against electric shock, do not immerse any part of appliance,
power cord or plug in water or other liquid. Unplug from outlet when not in use
and before cleaning.
4.To disconnect, unplug power cord from electrical outlet.
Do not disconnect by pulling on cord.
5.Do not operate appliance with a damaged power cord or plug.
Do not operate appliance if it malfunctions or is in any way damaged.
For details, contact Consumer Services at number listed below.
6.Use appliance only for its intended use.
7.Closely supervise children when using any electrical appliance.
Do not allow appliance to be used as a toy.
8.Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or heated oven.
Extreme caution must be used when moving products containing hot liquids.
9.Wait 20 seconds between seals to allow appliance to cool.
10.Caution: Place cord where the cord cannot be pulled, cause user to be entangled with
the cord, or cause the product to be overturned.
For Household Use Only
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Important Safeguards............................................................................................................. 2
Welcome to FoodSaver® Vacuum Sealing System..................................................................... 4
Features of Your FoodSaver® Appliance.................................................................................. 4
How to Make a Bag from a FoodSaver® Vacuum Sealing Roll..................................................8
How to Vacuum Seal with FoodSaver® Vacuum Sealing Bags.................................................. 9
Removing Air from a Bag...................................................................................................... 10
Using FoodSaver® Vacuum Sealing Accessories.................................................................... 10
Using PulseVac™ Control Feature..........................................................................................11
Emptying Drip Tray..................................................................................................................... 11
Marinating with your FoodSaver® Appliance......................................................................... 12
Care and Cleaning.................................................................................................................13
Guidelines for Vacuum Packaging......................................................................................... 14
Storage Guide - Meat, Cheese, Vegetables, Fruits................................................................. 16
Storage Guide - Baked Goods, Coffee, Snacks and Liquids....................................................17
Trouble-Shooting.................................................................................................................. 18
Recipes for your FoodSaver® Appliance................................................................................ 19
Warranty.............................................................................................................................. 23
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Table of Contents
Important Tips
1. Vacuum packaging is NOT a substitute for the heat
process of canning. Perishables still need
to be refrigerated or frozen.
2. For best results, use only with FoodSaver® Bags,
Containers and Accessories.
3.During the vacuum packaging process, small
amounts of liquids, crumbs or food particles can
be inadvertently pulled into the Vacuum Channel.
Empty the Drip Tray after each use.
4. Avoid overfilling, always leave at least 4 inches
(10.16 centimeters) of bag material between bag
contents and top of bag. This allows room for the
bag material to cinch tightly against the food and
prevents the bag from pulling out of the vacuum
channel during the sealing process. Then leave at
least one additional inch of bag material for each
time you plan to reuse bag.
5. Do not create your own side seams for a
FoodSaver® Bag. These bags are manufactured
with a special side seam, which is sealed all the
way to the outer edge.
6. To prevent wrinkles in the seal when vacuum
packaging bulky items, gently stretch bag flat while
inserting bag into vacuum channel and continue to
hold bag until vacuum pump starts.
7. When you are vacuum packaging items with sharp
edges (dry spaghetti, silverware, etc.), protect bag
from punctures by wrapping item in soft cushioning
material, such as a paper towel. You may want to
use a canister or Mason jar instead of a bag.
8.When using accessories, remember to leave one
inch of space at top of canister or container.
9.Pre-freeze fruits and blanch vegetables before
vacuum packaging for best results. See “Guidelines
for Vacuum Packaging” section.
10.120v Appliances Only: The FoodSaver® appliance
has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the
other). To reduce risk of electrical shock, this plug is
intended to fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If
plug does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse plug. If it
still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician. Do
not modify plug in any way.
11.Caution: A short power cord is provided to
reduce risks from entanglement or tripping over
a longer cord. An extension cord may be used
when marked electrical rating is no less than
electrical rating of this appliance. All cords should
not drape over counter or tabletop where cords
can be tripped over or pulled on unintentionally,
especially by children.
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Features
Welcome to FoodSaver® Vacuum Sealing System
Congratulations…
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You are about to enjoy the freshness benefits
of FoodSaver®, The #1 Selling Brand of Vacuum
Sealing Systems. For years, the FoodSaver®
Vacuum Sealing System has helped millions
of households keep food fresh longer in
the refrigerator, freezer and pantry. The
FoodSaver® system is designed to remove
air and extend freshness up to five times
longer than conventional storage methods.
Keep your FoodSaver® appliance on your
countertop, and you’ll soon ­discover
its convenience and versatility.
Register now and you’ll receive a free gift.
It’s our “thanks” to you for being a
FoodSaver® brand customer.
Register online at www.foodsaver.com/register.
You’ll have access to special sale items for
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Questions?
Contact customer service at
877-777-8042
or visit www.foodsaver.com.
Do not return this product to place of purchase.
Features of Your FoodSaver® Appliance
A. Controls and Indicator Lights
Indicate current setting and vacuum
progress for added control.
D. Seal Button
CrushFree™ Instant Seal feature.
Stops vacuum cycle and seals to
prevent crushing delicate items.
E. Vacuum Progress Display
Green lights signal progression of
vacuuming and sealing process.
All lights extinguish when the full
process is finished.
F. Tray Full Indicator
Indicates when drip tray is full.
Empty to resume usage of
appliance.
B. Retractable
Handheld Sealer
Can be used with all
FoodSaver® Brand
Accessories including
FreshSaver® Zipper Bags.
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C. PulseVac™
Control Feature
Manually control
vacuum process for
delicate items.
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G. Vacuum Channel
Simply insert bag and
the FoodSaver® appliance
does the rest.
H. Power Cord Storage
At bottom of unit.
J. Built-in Roll Holder
For storage of FoodSaver®
Vacuum Sealing Rolls.
Features
I. Appliance Door
Opens to access Built-in
Roll Holder and Cutter.
K. Roll Cutter Bar
Simplifies making
custom-sized bags.
L. Bag Cutter
M. Auto Bag Sensing
Simply insert open end of bag
into the vacuum channel and the
machine will sense and grasp the
bag, vacuum, seal and shut-off
automatically.
N. Extra-wide Sealing Strip
with Non-stick Coating
Provides extra secure, air-tight
seal that’s two times wider.
O. Lower Gasket
(non-removable)
P. Removable Drip Tray
Catches overflow liquids
and contains Food Sensors
to detect liquid.
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Features
Control Panel of Your FoodSaver® Appliance
Retractable
Handheld Sealer
Indicator
LEDs
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Accessory
Mode
Marinate
Mode
PulseVac™
Control Button
Tray Full
Indicator
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Vacuum
Progress
Display
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Seal Indicator Cancel
Button
Light
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Adjustable
Food Settings
Seal
Button
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1 ACCESSORY MODE Button
Press to achieve best vacuum for canisters and accessories.
Push Accessory Mode Button 1 to begin vacuum process.
Motor will run until Vacuum Sealing Process is complete.
2 Marinate MODE Button
A ten minute predetermined sequence of vacuum pulse to rest ratio
allowing foods to get optimum flavor infusion in the least amount of time.
(See “Marinating with your FoodSaver® Appliance” section on page 12.)
3
PulseVac™ Control Button
Use to manually control the vacuum process and avoid crushing delicate items.
See “Using PulseVac™ Control Feature” section on page 11 for further information.
4 Tray Full indicator light
During the vacuum sealing process, small amounts of liquids, crumbs or food particles
can be inadvertently pulled into the Drip Tray (P). When excess liquid fills the Drip Tray,
the unit will turn off and the Tray Full Indicator 4 will activate. To resume normal operation,
remove the Drip Tray, empty liquid, wash in warm soapy water or place in top rack of dishwasher.
Dry completely and place Drip Tray back into appliance. (See “Care and Cleaning” on page 13.)
5 Vacuum Progress display
Displays vacuum levels as the bag or canister is evacuated.
6 Seal Indicator Light
Constant Red light indicates sealing process is engaged.
(Flashing light indicates error. See “Trouble-Shooting” Section on page 18 for more information.)
7 Cancel Button
Immediately halts the current function and opens the Vacuum Channel.
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Power
Button
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Features
8 adjustable FOOD SETTINGS BUTTON
For optimal vacuuming and sealing of moist or juicy foods, press the
Adjustable Food Settings Button 8 until the Moist Indicator Light is illuminated.
Choose the dry food setting for foods without liquid. The Moist Food Indicator light
will flash when Food Sealing Sensors automatically detect any moisture or liquid
in the drip tray (P).
Note: Appliance will default to Dry setting upon pressing the Power Button or
when power has been interrupted, unless liquid is detected in the Drip Tray.
(See “Care and Cleaning” section of this User Manual on page 13.)
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SEAL BUTTON
This button has four uses:
1. CrushFree™ Instant Seal featurePress to immediately stop the vacuum process and begin sealing the bag.
This prevents crushing delicate items such as bread, cookies and pastries.
2. Press to create a seal when making bags from a FoodSaver® Roll.
3. P
ress to create a seal on mylar type bags (such as a potato chip bag) to keep food sealed air-tight.
4. Press during PulseVac™ mode to seal bag.
10 Power Button
Press the power button to begin. The Power Indicator and Food Indicator lights
will become illuminated. After Vacuum Sealing, press Power Button to turn appliance Off.
Note: After 12 minutes of non-use, the appliance will turn Off automatically.
11 Retractable
Handheld Sealer
1. Accessory Button
2. Marinate Button
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How to Make a Bag from a
FoodSaver® Vacuum Sealing Roll
1. Open appliance door (I) and place roll into Roll Holder
(Fig. 1). For best results, insert roll with material flap down.
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2. Lift up Roll Cutter Bar (K) and place bag material
beneath the cutter bar (Fig. 2).
3. Pull out enough bag material to hold item being
vacuum sealed, plus 4 inches (10.16 centimeters).
Lower the Roll Cutter Bar and slide Bag Cutter (L)
across the Cutter Bar (Fig. 3).
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Fig. 2
4. Press Seal Button (D). Red Seal Indicator Light 6
will illuminate (Fig. 4).
5. Using two hands, slowly insert open end of bag, curl down,
into Vacuum Channel (G) until clamp motor starts.
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Fig. 3
6. When red Seal Indicator Light 6 turns off,
sealing is complete. You may remove bag from
the Vacuum Channel (G).
7. You now have one sealed end (Fig. 5).
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8. Now you are ready to vacuum seal with your new bag
(see next page).
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You may now release bag. The Vacuum Progress
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and not laid on its back.
Note: Appliance will time out after a couple of minutes
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3. OPTIONAL: If you wish to customize the vacuum sealing
process you may select Food Setting 8 (Fig. 2).
Default setting is Dry Food. See page 7 for more information.
4. Your new FoodSaver® System Automatically Vacuums
and Seals. To Vacuum: DO NOT PRESS THE SEAL BUTTON.
Using two hands, slowly insert open end of bag, curl down,
into Vacuum Channel (G) (Fig. 3/4).
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2. P
lace item(s) in bag, allowing at least 4 inches (10.16cm)
of space between bag contents and top of bag (Fig. 1).
The extra space is required to allow the bag to seal tightly
around contents.
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1. Begin with a FoodSaver® Vacuum Sealing System Bag
(or create a bag as described in the “How to Make a Bag
from a Roll” section on page 8).
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Removing Air from a Bag
Avoid wrinkles when inserting the bag into the
Vacuum Channel (G).
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Wrinkles in seal may cause leakage and allow
air to return into bag. To eliminate any wrinkles
while inserting bag, gently slide bag curl down
into the Vacuum Channel (G), and hold bag with
two hands gently stretching bag flat until vacuum
pump begins. If you find wrinkles after sealing
bag, simply cut bag open and vacuum seal again.
If motor runs for more than 30 seconds without
stopping, consider the following:
If you are vacuum sealing with a bag, make sure
one end of the bag is properly sealed. (See “How
to Make a Bag From a Roll” on page 8.)
If vacuum sealing with an accessory, check
Handheld Sealer connections to ensure a tight fit.
Using FoodSaver® Vacuum Sealing Accessories
FreshSaver® Zipper Bags
Canisters
1. Place food into Zipper Bag. Make sure not to put
any food under valve. Press zipper closed with
finger while bag is lying down on a flat surface.
1. Prepare canister according to FoodSaver ®
Accessory Guidelines, which are included with
accessory purchases.
2. Pull Retractable Handheld Sealer from appliance.
Place end over the gray valve on bag.
2. Pull Retractable Handheld Sealer from
appliance and remove clear bottom portion of
handheld from top handle. Insert the end into
the port on accessory. Twist tab while inserting
to ensure a tight fit.
3. Push accessory button to begin vacuum
process. Motor will run until vacuum process
is complete.
Containers
1. P
repare container according to FoodSaver ®
Accessory Guidelines, which are included
with accessory purchases.
2. Pull Retractable Handheld Sealer from
appliance. Place end over gray valve on
container.
3. Push accessory button to begin vacuum
process. Motor will run until vacuum process
is complete.
Fig. 1
3. Push Accessory Button to begin vacuum
process. Motor will run until vacuum process
is complete. (To Marinate, follow instructions
found in Marinating with your FoodSaver ®
Appliance section of this Guide on page 12.)
4. When motor turns off, gently twist and remove
Handheld Sealer from accessory.
Note: if you are using a canister with large
white knob, rotate knob clockwise to the
“Closed” position, then gently twist and
remove Handheld Sealer from accessory.
5. To test vacuum, simply tug on accessory lid. It
should not move.
6. To retract Handheld Sealer, while holding unit,
gently pull on hose end to allow hose to retract
into appliance. Do not release freely as it may
damage the Handheld Sealer.
Important: When pulling hose Do Not extend
beyond red line marked on hose.
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Using PulseVac™ Control Feature
1. Place item(s) in bag, allowing at least 4 inches
(10.16 centimeters) of space between bag
contents and top of bag.
2. P
ress the PulseVac™ button 3 . PulseVac™
LED will be lit to indicate PulseVac™ mode.
3. Insert open end of bag into Vacuum Channel (G).
The clamp will close to secure the bag. The
PulseVac™ LED will now flash.
NOTE: If the vacuum pump stops engaging after
several pushes of the PulseVac™ Button,
it means the maximum vacuum has been
reached. Do not continue to push the
PulseVac™ Button.
5. Press Seal Button 9 to seal the bag and end
the PulseVac™ mode.
Note: T he bag will be sealed automatically if
you reach max vacuum.
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Use the PulseVac™ Control feature to manually
control the vacuum process and avoid crushing
delicate items.
6. When the red Seal Indicator Light 6 turns off,
remove bag. Refrigerate or freeze if needed.
4. Push and hold the PulseVac™ Button 3 .
The vacuum pump will run when the PulseVac™
Button is held down. Release the PulseVac™
Button to stop the vacuum process. This will
allow you to adjust the contents of the bag for
better control of the vacuum sealing process.
Repeat pushing the PulseVac™ Button until
desired amount of air has been removed.
Emptying Drip Tray
This FoodSaver ® model comes with a convenient,
pull-out drawer to access the Drip Tray (P).
1. Simply slide it out, then pull up on side
handles of Drip Tray to remove.
2. Drip Tray can be emptied and washed with
warm, soapy water or in the dishwasher on
the top rack.
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Marinating with your FoodSaver® Appliance
Your FoodSaver® Vacuum Sealing System has a special
Quick Marinate Cycle which will last about ten minutes.
The FoodSaver® Quick Marinating Canister (not included)
is the perfect FoodSaver® accessory for marinating foods.
Fig. 1
During the Marinate Cycle, the vacuum pump will “hold”
the vacuum for several minutes then release the vacuum,
allowing the food to “rest” for 30 seconds. This process then
repeats. This “pulsing” action of “vacuuming and resting”
will allow for quicker more flavorful marinating.
how to marinate
Important Note: During the Quick Marinate Cycle, make
sure knob on lid of the Quick Marinating Canister is set to OPEN.
Do not set knob to Vacuum during the Marinate Cycle.
1.Prepare enough of your favorite marinade to fully cover
food inside a marinating canister.
lways leave at least one inch (2.54 centimeters) of
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space between contents and top of rim.
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2.Make sure rubber gasket underneath lid as well as rim
of marinating canister is free from food materials.
3.Pull out the Retractable Handheld Sealer from your
FoodSaver ® appliance. Remove clear bottom portion of
handheld from top handle (Fig. 1).
4. Insert the end into the port on the canister. Make sure
knob on accessory lid is set to OPEN (Fig. 2).
5. Make sure lid is firmly attached to marinator base.
6. Press Marinate button 2 on the control panel (Fig. 3).
7. Your FoodSaver ® Vacuum Sealing System will now begin the
Quick Marinate Cycle. The Marinate Indicator Light will flash
to indicate the marinating process has begun.
8. During the initial vacuum cycle the Marinate Mode Indicator
will illuminate. While Marinating, the Vacuum Progress
Display will blink during the Vacuum Hold or Rest Cycle.
9.To preserve food safely, after completing the marinating
cycle, the appliance will signal with short beeps to indicate
your Quick Marinate Cycle is completed. Press any button
to silence the signal. You may now cook or refrigerate your
marinated food.
Fig. 3
10.To use the Quick Marinating Canister for extended vacuum
storage (beyond the short Marinate Cycle): Rotate knob to
Vacuum/Canister position, connect the Accessory hose
(as above) and select the Accessory Mode 1 from the
control panel. When motor turns off, rotate knob clockwise
to the “Closed” position, then gently twist and remove
Retractable Handheld Sealer from accessory.
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Care and Cleaning
To Clean Appliance:
Press Power Button 10 and remove Power Cord
from electrical outlet. Do not immerse in liquid.
Antibacterial Drip Tray:
Push In
Tabs
Empty Drip Tray after each use. Wash in warm
soapy water or place in top rack of dishwasher.
The Adjustable Food Sensors in the Drip Tray (P)
will not function correctly if liquid is allowed to
remain in Drip Tray.
This appliance has a Tray Full indicator 4 .
When excess liquid fills the Drip Tray, the unit
will turn off and the Tray Full Indicator light will
activate. To resume normal operation, Slide out
Drip Tray Drawer. Remove Drip Tray for cleaning
by pulling up on the two side tabs. When replacing
drip tray, set the right end of the drip tray into place,
then firmly snap both sides down. Appliance can
be used without Drip Tray, however the Adjustable Food
Sensor setting 8 will not function without the Drip Tray.
Retractable Handheld Sealer Reservoir:
Empty Reservoir after each use. Wash in warm soapy water.
Air dry before replacing.
IMPORTANT:
To remove Reservoir from Retractable Handheld Sealer:
While holding top portion by hose pull clear Reservoir down and off.
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Slide out drawer to
access Drip Tray
Remove All Food
Around Gaskets
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GASKETS
care & cleaning
Slide out Drip Tray Drawer (P). Remove Drip Tray
for cleaning by pulling up on the two side tabs.
Check Lower Gasket (O) around Drip Tray (P) to
make sure it is free from food materials.
Do not attempt to remove gaskets.
Push In
Tabs
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vacuum packaging
Guidelines for Vacuum Packaging
Vacuum Packaging and Food Safety
The vacuum packaging process extends the life of
foods by removing most of the air from the sealed
container, thereby reducing oxidation, which affects
nutritional value, flavor and overall quality. Removing
air can also inhibit growth of microorganisms, which
can cause problems under certain conditions:
Mold – Easily identified by its fuzzy characteristic.
Mold cannot grow in a low oxygen environment,
therefore vacuum packaging can slow the growth
of mold.
Yeast – Results in fermentation, which can be
identified by smell and taste. Yeast needs water,
sugar and a moderate temperature to grow. It can
also survive with or without air. Slowing the growth
of yeast requires refrigeration, while freezing stops it
completely.
Bacteria – Results in an unpleasant odor,
discoloration and/or soft or slimy texture. Under
the right conditions, anaerobic bacteria such as
Clostridium botulinum (the organism that causes
Botulism) can grow without air and sometimes cannot
be detected by smell or taste. Although it is extremely
rare, it can be very dangerous.
To preserve foods safely, it is critical that you maintain
low temperatures. You can significantly reduce the
growth of microorganisms at temperatures of 40°F
(4°C) or below. Freezing at 0°F (-17°C) does not kill
microorganisms, but stops them from growing. For
long-term storage, always freeze perishable foods that
have been vacuum packaged, and keep refrigerated
after thawing.
It is important to note that vacuum packaging is
NOT a substitute for canning and it cannot reverse
the dete­rio­ration of foods. It can only slow down the
changes in quality. It is difficult to predict how long
foods will retain their top-quality flavor, appearance
or texture because it depends on age and condition of
the food on the day it was vacuumed packaged.
IMPORTANT: Vacuum packaging is NOT a ­substitute
for refrigeration or freezing. Any ­perishable foods
that require refrigeration must still be refrigerated
or frozen after vacuum packaging.
Food Preparation and Reheating Tips
Thawing and Reheating Vacuum Packaged Foods
Always thaw foods in either refrigerator or ­­­­
microwave — do not thaw perishable foods
at room temperature.
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To reheat foods in a microwave in a FoodSaver®
Bag, always cut corner of the bag before placing
it on a microwave-safe dish. However, to avoid hot
spots, do not reheat bone-in meat or greasy foods
in microwave within a FoodSaver® Bag. You can also
reheat foods in FoodSaver® Bags by placing them
in water at a low simmer below 170°F (75°C).
Preparation Guidelines for Meat and Fish:
For best results, pre-freeze meat and fish for 1-2 hours
before vacuum packaging in a FoodSaver® Bag. This
helps retain the juice and shape, and guarantees a
better seal.
If it’s not possible to pre-freeze, place a folded paper
towel between meat or fish and top of bag, but below
seal area. Leave paper towel in bag to absorb excess
moisture and juices ­during vacuum packaging process.
Note: Beef may appear darker after vacuum packaging
due to the removal of oxygen. This is not an indication
of spoilage.
Preparation Guidelines for Hard Cheeses:
To keep cheese fresh, vacuum package it after each
use. Make your FoodSaver® Bag extra long, allowing
one inch of bag material for each time you plan to
open and reseal in addition to the 4-inch room you
normally leave between contents and seal. Simply cut
sealed edge and remove cheese. When you’re ready to
repackage the cheese, just drop it in bag and reseal.
IMPORTANT: Due to the risk of anaerobic bacteria,
Soft cheeses should never be vacuum packaged.
Preparation Guidelines for Vegetables:
Vegetables need to be blanched before vacuum pack­
ag­­­­­­­­ing. This process stops the enzyme action that could
lead to loss of flavor, color and texture.
To blanch vegetables, place them in boiling water or
in the microwave until they are cooked, but still crisp.
Blanching times range from 1 to 2 minutes for leafy
greens and peas; 3 to 4 minutes for snap peas, sliced
zucchini or broccoli; 5 minutes for carrots; and 7 to 11
minutes for corn on the cob. After blanching, immerse
­vegetables in cold water to stop the cooking process.
Finally, dry vegetables on a towel before ­vacuum
packaging.
Note: All vegetables (including broccoli, brussels
sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, turnips)
naturally emit gases during storage. Therefore,
after blanching, they must be stored in freezer only.
When freezing vegetables, it is best to pre-freeze them
for 1-2 hours or until solidly frozen.
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in a dish in microwave or drop into water at a low
­simmer, below 170°F (75°C).
To vacuum package non-carbonated bottled liquids,
you can use a FoodSaver® Bottle Stopper with the
original container. Remember to leave at least one
inch of room between contents and bottom of Bottle
Stopper. You can re-seal bottles after each use.
Preparation Guidelines for Make-ahead Meals,
Leftovers and Sandwiches:
Efficiently store your make-ahead meals, leftovers
and sandwiches in the stackable, lightweight
FoodSaver® containers. They are microwaveable and
top rack dishwasher safe. The lightweight containers
will be ready to head off to the office or school when
you are!
Preparation Guidelines for Snack Foods:
Your snack foods will maintain their freshness
longer when you vacuum package them. For best
results, use a FoodSaver® Canister for crushable
items like crackers.
vacuum packaging
To freeze vegetables in individual servings, first place
on a ­baking sheet and spread them out so they
are not touching. This prevents them from freezing
together in a block. Once they are frozen, remove
from baking sheet and vacuum p
­ ackage vegetables
in a FoodSaver® Bag. After they have been vacuum
packaged, return them to the freezer.
IMPORTANT: Due to the risk of anaerobic bacteria,
Fresh mushrooms, onions, & garlic should never
be vacuum packaged.
Preparation Guidelines for Leafy Vegetables:
For best results, use a canister to store leafy
vegetables. First wash the vegetables, and then dry
with a towel or salad spinner. After they are dried, put
them in a canister and vacuum package.
Store in refrigerator.
Preparation Guidelines for Fruits:
When freezing soft fruits or berries, it is best to
pre-freeze them for 1-2 hours or until solidly frozen.
To freeze fruit in individual servings, first place on a
baking sheet and spread them out so they are not
touching. This prevents them from freezing together
in a block. Once they are frozen, remove from baking
sheet and vacuum package fruit in a FoodSaver® Bag.
After they have been vacuum packaged, return them
to the freezer.
You can vacuum package portions for baking,
or in your favorite combinations for easy fruit
salad all year round. If storing in the refrigerator,
we recommend using a FoodSaver® Canister.
Preparation Guidelines for Baked Goods:
To vacuum package soft or airy baked goods, we
­recommend using a FoodSaver® Canister so they will
hold their shape. If using a bag, pre-freeze for 1-2
hours or until solidly frozen. To save time, make cookie
dough, pie shells, whole pies, or mix dry ingredients in
advance and vacuum package for later use.
Preparation Guidelines for Coffee and
Powdery Foods:
To prevent food particles from being drawn into
­vacuum pump, place a coffee filter or paper towel
at top of bag or canister before vacuum ­packaging.
You can also place the food in its original bag inside
a FoodSaver® Bag, or use a FoodSaver® Universal Lid
with the original container to vacuum package.
Preparation Guidelines for Liquids:
Before you vacuum package liquids such as soup
stock, pre-freeze in a casserole dish, loaf pan or ice
cube tray until solid. Remove frozen liquid from pan
and vacuum package in a FoodSaver® Bag. You can
stack these “frozen bricks” in your freezer. When
you’re ready to use, just cut corner of bag and place
Vacuum Packaging Non-Food Items
The FoodSaver® vacuum packaging system also
protects non-food items from oxidation, corrosion
and moisture. Simply follow the directions to vacuum
package items using FoodSaver® Bags, Canisters (not
included) and Accessories.
To vacuum package silver, wrap fork tines in soft
­cushioning material, such as a paper towel, to avoid
puncturing bag. Your FoodSaver® Bags are ideal for
outdoor excursions. For camping and hiking, keep
your matches, maps and food dry and compact.
To have fresh water for drinking, simply fill a
FoodSaver® Bag with ice, seal it and when needed,
let the ice pack melt. If you’re going sailing or boating,
vacuum package your food, film and a dry change of
clothes. Just remember to bring scissors or a knife to
open the bag.
To keep emergency kits safe and dry, vacuum package
flares, batteries, flashlights, matches, candles and
other necessities. Your emergency items will stay dry
and organized in your home, car or boat
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Storage Guide
Meat, Cheese, Vegetables, Fruits
Where
to Store
Recommended
FoodSaver®
Bag/Accessory
Storage Life
with FoodSaver®
System
Normal
Storage Life
Beef, Pork, Lamb
Freezer
FoodSaver® Bag
2-3 years
6 months
Ground Meat
Freezer
FoodSaver Bag
1 year
4 months
Poultry
Freezer
FoodSaver Bag
2-3 years
6 months
Fish
Freezer
FoodSaver Bag
2 years
6 months
Foods
Meat
®
®
storage guide
®
Hard Cheeses ( Do not vacuum package soft cheese )
Cheddar, Swiss
Refrigerator
FoodSaver® Bag,
Canister
4-8 months
1-2 weeks
Parmesan
Refrigerator
FoodSaver® Bag,
Canister
4-8 months
1-2 weeks
Vegetables ( Do not vacuum package fresh mushrooms, onions & garlic )
Asparagus
Freezer
FoodSaver® Bag
2-3 years
8 months
Broccoli, Cauliflower
Freezer
FoodSaver Bag
2-3 years
8 months
Cabbage, Brussels
Sprouts
Freezer
FoodSaver Bag
2-3 years
8 months
Corn (cob or kernel)
Freezer
FoodSaver® Bag
2-3 years
8 months
Green Beans
Freezer
FoodSaver® Bag
2-3 years
8 months
Refrigerator
FoodSaver Canister
2 weeks
3-6 days
Freezer
FoodSaver Bag
2-3 years
8 months
Apricots, Plums
Freezer
FoodSaver® Bag
1-3 years
6-12 months
Peaches, Nectarines
Freezer
FoodSaver® Bag
1-3 years
6-12 months
Raspberries,
Blackberries
Refrigerator
FoodSaver® Canister
1 week
1-3 days
Strawberries
Refrigerator
FoodSaver® Canister
1 week
1-3 days
Blueberries
Refrigerator
FoodSaver® Canister
2 weeks
3-6 days
Cranberries
Refrigerator
FoodSaver Canister
2 weeks
3-6 days
Huckleberries
Refrigerator
FoodSaver Canister
2 weeks
3-6 days
Lettuce, Spinach
Snow Peas, Snap Peas
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®
®
®
Fruits
Softer Berries
Harder Berries
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Storage Guide
Baked Goods, Coffee, Snacks and Liquids
Where
to Store
Recommended
FoodSaver®
Bag/Accessory
Storage Life
with FoodSaver®
System
Normal
Storage Life
Freezer
FoodSaver® Bag
1-3 years
6-12 months
Almonds,
Peanuts
Pantry
FoodSaver® Bag, Canister
2 years
6 months
Sunflower
Seeds
Pantry
FoodSaver® Bag, Canister
2 years
6 months
Coffee Beans
Freezer
FoodSaver® Bag
2-3 years
6 months
Coffee Beans
Pantry
FoodSaver Bag, Canister
1 year
3 months
Ground Coffee
Freezer
FoodSaver Bag
2 years
6 months
Ground Coffee
Pantry
FoodSaver® Bag, Canister
5-6 months
1 month
Freezer
FoodSaver® Bag
1-2 years
3-6 months
Pantry
FoodSaver® Bottle Stopper
1-1 ½ years
5-6 months
Beans, Grains
Pantry
FoodSaver® Bag, Canister
1-2 years
6 months
Pasta, Rice
Pantry
FoodSaver Bag, Canister
1-2 years
6 months
Dry Milk
Pantry
FoodSaver® Bag, Canister
1-2 years
6 months
Dried Coconut
Pantry
FoodSaver Bag, Canister
1-2 years
6 months
Flour
Pantry
FoodSaver® Bag, Canister
1-2 years
6 months
Sugar, Brown
Sugar
Pantry
FoodSaver Bag, Canister
1-2 years
6 months
Chips
Pantry
FoodSaver® Canister
3-6 weeks
1-2 weeks
Cookies,
Crackers
Pantry
FoodSaver® Canister
3-6 weeks
1-2 weeks
Foods
Baked Goods
Bagels, Bread,
Pastries
Coffee
®
®
storage guide
Nuts
Prepared Liquids
Sauces, Soups,
Stews
Bottled Liquids
Oils
Dry Foods
®
Powdery Foods
®
®
Snack Foods
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Trouble-Shooting
Problem
trouble-shooting
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Solution
Red Seal LED Flashing
• Bag not inserted properly. Remove bag, wait for red light to stop flashing and
re-insert bag.
• Wait 20 seconds between seals.
• Unit overheated. Wait several minutes for unit to cool down.
Vacuum Pump is running,
but bag is not evacuating
• If making a bag from a roll, make sure one end of bag is sealed.
(See “How to Make a Bag from a FoodSaver® Vacuum Sealing Roll” on page 8.)
• Slide out drip tray drawer and make sure there are no foreign objects, dirt or debris
on the bottom gasket. (See “Care and Cleaning” on page 13.)
Bag is not sealing
properly
• Too much liquid in bag; freeze before vacuuming.
• To prevent wrinkles in the seal, gently stretch bag flat while inserting bag
into vacuum channel and continue to hold bag until vacuum pump starts.
• Unit overheated. Wait several minutes for unit to cool down.
No lights on the
control panel
• Make sure unit is plugged in.
• Make sure wall outlet is functional.
• Press on/off button.
Nothing happens when
bag is inserted
• Make sure unit has power (see above tip).
• Tray Full; empty drip tray. Clean Drip Tray and place back into appliance.
(See “Care and Cleaning” page 13.)
• Too much food in bag. Avoid overfilling. Allow 4 inches (10.16cm) of space
between contents and top of bag.
• Bag not inserted correctly. Insert bag CURL DOWN. Gently stretch bag flat while
inserting. Hold bag until Vacuum Pump starts.
Tray Full LED Flashing
• Drip Tray has liquid or Drip Tray may be dirty. Empty liquid, clean Drip Tray
and place back into appliance. (See “Care and Cleaning” on page 13.)
Handheld Sealer not
sealing
• Ensure zipper is firmly closed. Slide fingers across entire zipper.
• Air valve is not on flat surface. Reposition bag so the air valve lies flat on counter with
no food under air valve.
Vacuum Nozzle and
Air Valve are not making
secure contact
• Ensure Vacuum Nozzle is centered over the gray circle and placed flat on air valve.
Apply moderate pressure
Air was removed from
the bag but now air has
re-entered.
• Examine zipper and valve of bag. Food debris in zipper or valve may cause leakage and
allow air to enter.
• Sometimes moisture or food material along seal edges of the zipper or beneath the
valve prevents bag from sealing properly. Wipe the inside of bag around zipper and
beneath valve and attempt to reseal.
• If you are vacuum packaging sharp food items, bag may have been punctured. Use a
new bag if there is a hole. Cover sharp food items with a soft cushioning material, such
as a paper towel, and reseal.
The FoodSaver®
Container will not vacuum
• Make sure rubber gasket on inside of lid is free from food materials.
• Examine rim of container for cracks or scratches. Any gaps can prevent containers from
vacuuming properly.
If you need further
assistance:
• Call Consumer Services at 1-877-777-8042.
• For additional tips and answers to frequently asked questions,
go to www.foodsaver.com/Support.aspx
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Recipes
for your FoodSaver® Appliance
For additional delicious recipes using the
FoodSaver® system to prepare foods in advance,
check our website, www.foodsaver.com.
Orange-Almond Pound Cake
Ingredients:
3 cups all-purpose flour, sifted
1 cup (2 sticks) butter, softened
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
2 cups sugar
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
2 eggs
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon almond extract
1 cup milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 tablespoon orange juice
Starfruit slices, strawberry slices and
orange peel curls (optional)
Cooking Directions:
Preheat oven to 350°F. Grease and flour two 9x5-inch loaf pans.
Whisk flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt in medium bowl.
Combine milk and orange juice in small bowl.
Beat butter and sugar in large bowl with electric mixer at medium speed until light and fluffy. Add eggs,
one at a time, beating well after each addition. Beat in almond extract and vanilla. Add flour mixture
alternately with milk mixture, beating well after each addition. Pour into prepared pans.
Bake 35 minutes or until toothpick inserted into centers comes out clean. Cool in pans 10 minutes.
Remove to wire racks; cool completely. Garnish with starfruit, strawberries and orange peel.
Tortilla Soup
Makes 4 servings
2 teaspoons vegetable oil
1 cup shredded cooked chicken
1/2 cup chopped onion
2 teaspoons lime juice
1 clove garlic, minced
Tortilla chips, broken into pieces
2 cans (about 14 ounces each) chicken broth
1 small avocado, diced
1 can (about 14 ounces) diced tomatoes
2 tablespoons fresh cilantro
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Ingredients:
Cooking Directions:
Heat oil in large saucepan over medium heat. Add onion and garlic; cook and stir until onion is tender. Add
broth and tomatoes; bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low; cover and simmer 15 minutes.
Add chicken and lime juice; simmer 5 minutes. Top soup with tortilla chips, avocado and cilantro.
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Garlic Pork with Roasted Red Potatoes
Ingredients:
Nonstick cooking spray
6 new potatoes, scrubbed and quartered
1/2 teaspoon paprika
1 teaspoon dried oregano
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 pound pork tenderloin
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1 tablespoon olive oil
Cooking Directions:
Preheat oven to 425°F. Coat 1339-inch baking pan with cooking spray.
Combine paprika and garlic powder in small bowl; sprinkle evenly over pork.
Coat large skillet with cooking spray; heat over medium-high heat.
Brown pork 3 minutes per side. Transfer to baking pan.
Add oil, potatoes and oregano to skillet; toss to coat. Arrange potatoes around pork.
Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Bake 22 minutes or until barely pink in center.
Transfer pork to carving board; tent with foil and let stand 5 minutes.
Stir potatoes; tent with foil and let stand 5 minutes.
Slice pork and serve with potatoes.
Grilled Chinese Salmon
Makes 4 servings
Ingredients:
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3 tablespoons soy sauce
4 salmon fillet pieces or steaks (about 1 pound)
2 tablespoons dry sherry
2 tablespoons finely chopped fresh cilantro
2 cloves garlic, minced
Cooking Directions:
Combine soy sauce, sherry and garlic in FoodSaver® Quick Marinator. Add salmon; turn to coat.
Place lid on container. Turn knob to Open/Marinate and attach Accessory Hose. Press Marinate Button.
When the 12-minute cycle is complete, remove hose and open lid.
Oil grid or broiler pan rack. Prepare grill for direct cooking over medium heat or preheat broiler.
Drain salmon, reserving marinade. Grill or broil, skin side down, 10 minutes or until salmon begins to flake
when tested with fork. Baste with reserved marinade after 5 minutes; discard any remaining marinade.
Sprinkle with cilantro.
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Flank Steak with Italian Salsa
Makes 6 servings
Ingredients:
2 tablespoons olive oil
3/4 teaspoon black pepper, divided
2 teaspoons balsamic vinegar
1 cup diced plum tomatoes
1 flank steak (1 1/2 pounds)
1/3 cup chopped pitted kalamata olives
1 tablespoon garlic, minced
2 tablespoons chopped fresh basil
3/4 teaspoon salt, divided
Cooking Directions:
Whisk oil and vinegar in medium glass bowl. Place steak in FoodSaver® Quick Marinator; spread with
garlic. Sprinkle 1⁄2 teaspoon salt and 1⁄2 teaspoon pepper over steak. Spoon 2 tablespoons vinegar
mixture over steak. Place lid on container. Turn knob to Open/Marinate and attach Accessory Hose.
Press Marinate Button. When the 12-minute cycle is complete, remove hose and open lid.
Meanwhile, add tomatoes, olives, basil, remaining 1⁄4 teaspoon salt and 1⁄4 teaspoon pepper to bowl; mix
well. Set aside.
Prepare grill for direct cooking over medium-high heat. Remove steak from marinade; discard marinade.
Grill steak 5 minutes per side for medium-rare doneness.
Transfer steak to carving board. Tent with foil; let stand 5 minutes. Cut steak diagonally across grain
into thin slices. Serve with tomato salsa mixture.
Chocolate Pinwheels
Makes 3 1/2 dozen cookies
Ingredients:
1/4 cup packed light brown sugar
1 tablespoon unsweetened cocoa
1/2 teaspoon salt
Cooking Directions:
Beat butter, powdered sugar, brown sugar and salt in large bowl with electric mixer at medium speed
2 minutes or until light and fluffy. Gradually add flour, beating well after each addition. Reserve one half
of dough. Add melted chocolate and cocoa to remaining dough; beat until well blended.
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2 cups (4 sticks) unsalted butter, softened
4 cups all-purpose flour
1 cup powdered sugar
1/2 cup semisweet chocolate chips, melted
Divide the chocolate and plain doughs each into 4 pieces; shape each piece into ball. Roll one ball plain
dough into 12x6-inch rectangle on floured surface; transfer to sheet of parchment paper or plastic wrap.
Roll one ball chocolate dough into 12x6-inch rectangle on floured surface; place on top of plain dough
rectangle. Tightly roll up jelly-roll style, starting at the wide end, to form a 12-inch log. If dough crumbles
or breaks, press back together and continue to roll. Wrap in plastic wrap; refrigerate 1 hour. Repeat with
remaining dough.
Preheat oven to 300°F. Cut each log into 20 slices; place on ungreased cookie sheets. Bake 13 minutes or
until set. Cool on cookie sheets 5 minutes. Remove to wire racks; cool completely.
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Spinach Feta Triangles
Makes 5 dozen appetizers
Ingredients:
1/4 cup olive oil
1/2 cup minced fresh parsley
1/2 cup chopped onion
2 tablespoons chopped fresh oregano
2 eggs
Salt and black pepper
3 packages (10 ounces each) frozen chopped
spinach, thawed and well drained
1 package (16 ounces) frozen phyllo dough, thawed
16 ounces feta cheese, drained and crumbled
1 cup cup (2 sticks) butter, melted
Cooking Directions:
Heat oil in small skillet over medium-high heat. Add onion; cook and stir until golden brown.
Let stand 10 minutes.
Beat eggs in large bowl. Stir in onion, spinach, cheese, parsley and oregano. Season with salt and pepper.
Unroll phyllo onto large sheet of waxed paper. Cut crosswise into thirds. Cover with plastic wrap and damp,
clean kitchen towel.*
Brush one piece of phyllo with melted butter. Fold in half lengthwise. Brush with butter again.
Place rounded teaspoonful of filling at end of phyllo; fold over one corner to make triangle.
Continue folding end over end, as you would a flag, keeping edges straight. Brush with butter.
Repeat with remaining ingredients.
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Preheat oven to 375°F. Place triangles in single layer, seam side down, on ungreased baking sheet.
Bake 20 minutes or until lightly browned. Serve warm.
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5 Year Limited Warranty
Sunbeam Products, Inc. doing business as Jarden Consumer Solutions, or if in Canada, Sunbeam Corporation
(Canada) Limited doing business as Jarden Consumer Solutions (collectively “JCS ”) warrants that from
the date of purchase, this product will be free from defects in material and workmanship provided this
product is used with FoodSaver® bags and/or rolls. This Limited Five-Year Warranty shall be effective from
the of the original purchase date and shall expire five (5) years after the original purchase date (“Limited
Warranty Period”). JCS , at its option, will repair or replace this product or any component of the product
found to be defective during the Limited Warranty Period, provided the defect is not caused by the use of
any non-FoodSaver® branded bags and/or rolls . A replacement will be made with a new or remanufactured
product or component. If the product is no longer available a replacement may be made with a similar
product of equal or greater value. This is your exclusive Limited Warranty. Do NOT attempt to repair or
adjust any electrical or mechanical functions on this product. Doing so will void this Limited Warranty. This
Limited Warranty is valid for the original retail purchaser from the date of initial retail purchase and is not
transferable. Keep the original sales receipt. Proof of purchase is required to obtain warranty performance.
JCS dealers, service centers, or retail stores selling JCS products do not have the right to alter, modify or any
way change the terms and conditions of this Limited Warranty. This Limited Warranty does not cover normal
wear of parts or damage resulting from any of the following: negligent use or misuse of the product, use
on improper voltage or current, use contrary to the operating instructions, disassembly, repair or alteration
by anyone other than JCS or an authorized JCS service center, or use of this product with non-FoodSaver®
branded bags and/or rolls. Further, this Limited Warranty does not cover: Acts of God, such as fire, flood,
hurricanes and tornadoes.
What are the limits on JCS’ Liability?
Damage to a product caused by use of non-FoodSaver® branded bags and/or rolls, accident, misuse, or
abuse is not covered by this Limited Warranty. Improper care and cleaning will void this Limited Warranty.
JCS shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages caused by the breach of any express,
implied or statutory warranty or condition. Except to the extent prohibited by applicable law, any implied
warranty or condition of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose is limited in duration to the
duration of the above warranty. JCS disclaims all other warranties, conditions or representations, express,
implied, statutory or otherwise. JCS shall not be liable for any damages of any kind resulting from the
purchase, use or misuse of, or inability to use the product including incidental, special, consequential
or similar damages or loss of profits, or for any breach of contract, fundamental or otherwise, or for any
claim brought against purchaser by any other party. Some provinces, states or jurisdictions do not allow
the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages or limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific
legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from province to province, state to state or
jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
In the U.S.A.
If you have any question regarding this warranty or would like to obtain warranty service, please call
1-877-777-8042 and a convenient service center address will be provided to you.
In Canada
If you have any question regarding this warranty or would like to obtain warranty service, please call
1-877-804-5383 and a convenient service center address will be provided to you.
In the U.S.A., this warranty is offered by Sunbeam Products, Inc. doing business as Jarden Consumer
Solutions located in Boca Raton, Florida 33431. In Canada, this warranty is offered by Sunbeam Corporation
(Canada) Limited doing business as Jarden Consumer Solutions, located at 20 B Hereford Street, Brampton,
Ontario L6Y 0M1. If you have any other problem or claim in connection with this product, please write our
Consumer Service Department.
warranty
How to Obtain Warranty Service
PLEASE DO NOT RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO ANY OF THESE ADDRESSES OR TO THE PLACE OF PURCHASE.
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Registering your appliance is quick and easy at www.prodregister.com/foodsaver.
If you register on our website, you will have the opportunity to receive special bag
and accessory introductory offers. Refer to the registration card inside the box.
For important safety information and helpful tips, please visit us at www.foodsaver.com
to get tips on vacuum sealing and order FoodSaver® brand accessories, bags and rolls,
or call 1-877-777-8042 (U.S.).
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