the Kinetix® Pro blender
Instruction Book - BBL800/C & BBL801
Contents
2 Breville recommends safety first
7Components
8Assembly
9Functions
11 Blending Chart
12 Do's & Don't
13 Care & Cleaning
14Troubleshooting
BREVILLE
RECOMMENDS
SAFETY FIRST
At Breville we are very safety
conscious. We design and
manufacture consumer
products with the safety of you,
our valued customer, foremost
in mind. In addition we ask
that you exercise a degree of
care when using any electrical
appliance and adhere to the
following precautions.
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IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
•Remove and discard all
packaging materials and
stickers before first use.
•To avoid choking hazard
for young children,
remove and safely dispose
the protective cover fitted
on the power plug.
•This appliance is for
household use only.
Do not use it in moving
vehicles or boats, do not
use it outdoors, and do not
use it for anything other
than its intended use.
Misuse can cause injury.
•This appliance shall not
be used by children. Keep
the appliance and its cord
out of reach of children
•This appliance can be
used by persons with
reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities or
lack of experience and
knowledge if they have
been given supervision
or instruction concerning
use of the appliance in
a safe way and if they
understand the hazards
involved.
•Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be
made by children without
supervision.
•Children should be
supervised to ensure
they do not play with this
appliance.
•Do not use the appliance
near the edge of a
counter-top or table.
Ensure the surface is level,
clean and free of water
and other substances.
Please be aware that
vibration during use
may cause the appliance
to move.
•Do not use the appliance
on (or close to) a hot
gas or electric burner, or
where it could touch a
heated oven or surface.
•Do not allow the cord to
hang over the edge of a
counter-top, or to become
knotted.
•To avoid electric shock,
do not immerse the cord,
plug or motor base in
water (or other liquids).
•Installation of a residual
current device (a standard
safety switch on your wall
socket) is recommended
to provide additional
safety protection when
using appliances. It is
advisable that a safety
switch (with a rated
residual operating current
not more than 30mA) be
installed in the electrical
circuit supplying the
appliance. Contact your
electrician for further
professional advice.
•In order to avoid the
possible hazard of the
blender starting by
itself due to inadvertent
resetting of the overload
protector on the motor,
do not attach an external
switching device (such
as a timer) or connect the
blender to a circuit that
can regularly switch the
blender on and off.
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•Do not operate appliance
with a damaged cord or
plug, or after appliance
malfunctions, or if
dropped or damaged
in any way. Stop use
immediately and contact
Breville by phone or email
for replacement or repair.
•All maintenance (other
than cleaning) is to be
done by an authorised
Breville Customer Service
Centre.
•Authorised Breville
Customer Service Centres
can be found on our
website
www.Breville.com.au.
Alternatively, you can
contact the Breville
Customer Service Centre
by phone on
1300 273 845 or email
AskUs@breville.com.au
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IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
FOR YOUR
BLENDER
•Fully unwind the power
cord before use.
•Wash the blender jug with
warm soapy water before
first use.
•Use only the blender jug
and lid that is supplied
with this blender. The
use of attachments
or accessories not
manufactured or specified
by Breville may cause
the risk of fire, electrical
shock, or injury.
•Always ensure the blender
is assembled properly
before using. Lid must be
firmly secured to the jug
before operation to ensure
internal contents do not
escape, spray or overflow.
•If the motor is straining
under a heavy load, do
not operate continuously
for more than 10 seconds.
Allow the motor to rest
for 1 minute between
uses on heavy loads. Note
that none of the recipes
in these instructions are
considered a heavy load.
•Do not leave the blender
unattended when in use.
•Keep hands, fingers, hair
and clothing away from
the blender during use.
Always turn blender off
and unplug at the wall
before reaching inside.
Avoid touching moving
parts.
•Be careful when handling
the blender jug as the
blades are very sharp.
Be careful when emptying
the jug and during
cleaning. Mishandling
of the blades may cause
injury.
•Do not remove the jug
from the motor base while
blender is in use.
•The blender is intended
for food or drinks
preparation. Do not use
for anything other than
food or drinks.
Do not operate without
any ingredients in the
blender jug.
•Never attempt to operate
with damaged blades,
or with utensils, or any
foreign objects inside the
blender jug.
•To reduce the risk of
severe injury to persons
or damage to the blender,
keep hands and utensils
out of the jug while
blending.
•Never blend hot liquids.
Allow ingredients and
liquids to drop to room
temperature before
putting into the jug for
blending.
•Do not put the blender jug
in extremes of heat or cold,
for example placing a cold
jug into hot water, or vice
versa.
•Before moving the blender,
cleaning or putting it away
for storage, always turn
blender off and unplug at
the wall.
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•Always disconnect the
appliance from the supply
if it is left unattended
and before assembling,
disassembling or cleaning.
SPECIFICATION
Outside
Dimensions
482mm (H)
160mm (W)
190mm (D)
Net Weight
Approx. 4.9kg
These specifications may change
without notice.
FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Components
A
B
A. Easy One Finger Removal
Breville Assist™ Lid for easy handling.
B. Light Weight Jug 2 litre jug is remarkably strong
and lightweight.
C. Dishwasher Safe The one-piece blade is ergonomically
designed for ease of cleaning. Both jug and
blade are dishwasher safe.
D. Premium Materials Stainless steel and die-cast construction for
durability.
E. Intelligent engineering
Powerful 2000 watt motor and highly
efficient blades results in quiet operation.
C
D
E
Surgical Grade
Stainless Steel Blades
To ensure the blades stay
sharp longer they are
made from surgical grade
stainless steel. The central
blades are serrated for
extra cutting performance.
Blade removal
The one piece blade
removal system is
ergonomically designed for
ease of cleaning.
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Assembly
BEFORE FIRST USE
Before using your Breville product for the first
time, remove any packaging material and
promotional labels. Ensure the appliance is
switched off at the power outlet and the power
cord is unplugged.
Wash the lid, inner lid, blender jug and blade
assembly (refer to Disassembling the blender)
of the Breville product in warm, soapy water
with a soft cloth. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
The motor base can be wiped with a damp
cloth. Dry thoroughly.
The lid, inner lid, blade assembly and silicon
seal may be washed in the dishwasher in the
top shelf only on a standard wash.
The blender jug may be placed in the bottom
shelf.
2. Turn the blender jug upside down and
insert the blade assembly into the jug base.
3. Turn the blade removal system
anticlockwise until firmly screwed into
position.
NOTE
Ensure that the silicon seal is carefully placed
completely around the blade assembly, prior
to inserting into the jug, as this will prevent
leakages.
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o assemble the blender jug, place the
silicon seal onto the blade assembly.
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4. Place the motor base on a flat, dry surface
such as a bench top. Ensure that the motor
base is switched off at the power outlet
and the power cord is unplugged. Turn the
blender jug upright and insert onto the
motor base. The handle of the blender jug
can be positioned to the left or right hand
side of the appliance.
5. Plug the power cord into a 230/240v power
outlet and switch on.
Functions
1. To turn the blender on press the POWER
button on the far left of the control panel.
The POWER button will illuminate and
flash indicating the blender is powered on.
When the jug is placed on the base all lights
will illuminate signalling the blender is
ready for use.
2. Add food or liquid into the blender jug
ensuring not to exceed the MAX mark.
3. Place the blender lid firmly into position
on the top of the blender jug. If not already
in place, insert the clear inner lid into
the blender lid and turn clockwise or
anticlockwise to lock into position.
4. The blender features a Breville Assist Lid™
for easy handling. This allows the lid to
fit tightly onto the blender jug, avoiding
displacement during operation. The ring
pull design allows the user to easily remove
the lid with a simple leverage action.
5. Select the required function (BLEND,
SMOOTHIE or ICE/AUTO PULSE) by
pressing the corresponding function button.
The blender will start to operate and only
the selected function button will illuminate.
The POWER button will continue to flash.
The speed can be changed at any time
during the blending process. Each time
a new function is selected its button will
illuminate and the previous function button
illumination will go out.
6. For ice-crushing or ingredients that require
short bursts of power, select the ICE/AUTO
PULSE button. The blender will start to
operate and the ICE/AUTO PULSE button
will illuminate. The POWER button will
continue to flash. The pre-programmed
functions have been designed to run for a
specific time. To operate these functions
simply press desired function button
once only and release — automatically
preprogrammed function will begin.
7. To stop blending at any time, press the
selected speed button. The POWER button
can also be pressed.
8. At the end of use, always ensure the blender
is turned off by pressing the POWER button
on the control panel. Then switch the
appliance off at the power outlet and unplug
the cord. Ensure the motor and blades have
completely stopped before attempting to
move the appliance, or when the blender
is not in use and before disassembling,
cleaning and storing.
FUNCTION
PROGRAMMED TIME
Blend
120 seconds(2 minutes)
Smoothie
60 seconds(1 minute)
Ice/Auto Pulse
60 seconds(1 minute)
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NOTE
• When using your for the first time, you may
notice an odour coming from the motor.
This is normal and will dissipate with use.
• When the blender jug is filled at or near the
MAX line, place one hand on the blender
lid to avoid displacement of the lid during
operation. Do not blend hot ingredients,
allow to cool before placing into the blender
jug.
• Operate the blender only for the appropriate
amount of time required. The blender will
automatically stop blending on the Blend
function after 120 seconds (2 minutes) and
after 60 seconds (1 minute) on the smoothie
and ice/Auto Pulse functions to avoid over
processing.
• The Smoothie function has a unique
processing technique that blends the
denser ingredients at a lower function,
then increases as ingredients thicken.
This may happen several times while
blending smoothies.
• During the blending process, ingredients
may stick to the sides of the blender jug.
To push the food back onto the blades, press
the POWER button on the control panel and
switch off at the power outlet and remove
the power cord. Remove the lid and use a
plastic spatula to scrape down the sides of
the jug. Replace the lid before recommencing
blending.
• If the blades become stuck, the blender
will automatically turn off. To reset turn the
blender off at the power outlet, clean jug with
spatula and then turn back on, blender will
reset.
• If any moisture or liquid appears on top of
the motor base during blending, press the
POWER button on the control panel, switch
off at the power outlet and remove the power
plug. Remove the blender jug. Wipe the motor
base immediately with a dry cloth or paper
towelling to absorb the liquid. Check the
blender jug is correctly assembled.
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DISASSEMBLING
1. Always ensure the blender is switched off
by pressing the POWER button on the
control panel. Then switch off at the power
outlet and unplug the power cord.
2. Remove the blender jug from the motor
base by grasping the handle and lifting the
jug in an upward direction.
3. Remove the blade assembly by upturning
the blender jug and turning the blade
removal system clockwise then lift upwards
and away from the base of the blender.
4. Remove the silicon seal from the blade
assembly.
Blending Chart
FOOD
PREPARATION & USAGE
QUANTITY
FUNCTION
TIME
Lean meat/ poultry
Trim excess fat and sinew, cut into
2cm cubes
Use: mince
250g
Blend or Ice/Auto
Pulse
10-20 secs
Fish/seafood
Remove skin and bones and cut
into 2cm cubes
Use: mince
300g
Blend or Ice/Auto
Pulse
10-15 secs
Raw vegetable
Peel and cut into 1.5-2cm cubes
Use: stuffing, filling, puree, soup
200g
Ice/Auto Pulse
10-30 secs
Nuts
Remove shells
Use: cakes, toppings, pastes
200g
Ice/Auto Pulse
10-30 secs
Bread or biscuit crumbs
Cut bread into 2cm pieces, break
up biscuits
Use: cheesecake crust
100g
Ice/Auto Pulse
10-30 secs
Mayonnaise
Mix the egg yolk and vinegar.
Add the oil
Use: dressings
125g
Blend
10-15 secs
then
30-60 secs
Whipped cream
Add sugar or vanilla if desired
Use: topping
300ml
Blend or Ice/Auto
Pulse
10-15 secs
Herbs/spices
Whole or halved
Use: pastes, sauces
1 cup
Blend or Auto
Pulse
20-30 secs
Smoothie
Milk, whole fresh fruits, yoghurt,
ice cream
Use: milkshakes, frappes
Max 800 ml
Smoothie
60 secs
Fresh fruit
Chopped whole berries
Use: dessert sauce
250g
Blend
20-30 secs
Dried Fruit
Chopped dry fruit
Use: fruit mince
300g
Ice/Auto Pulse
20-30 secs
Ice
Crush
Use: mixed drinks, cocktails
250g
Ice/Auto Pulse
10-20 secs
Carrot mixture
Sliced carrots size not more than
15 mm.
Use: drinks
800g + water
1200g
Blend
60 secs
NOTE
This blending chart should be used as a guide only.
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Do's
Use the Blend function for drink or cocktail
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making, emulsions such as mayonnaise,
dressings, marinades and foods that require
mixing until just combined, such as batters,
also for pureeing soups and aerating liquids.
Use a combination of the Blend and Ice/
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Auto Pulse functions to suit the foods being
processed.
Use the Smoothie function to blend fruits,
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ice cream and yoghurt into thick smoothies,
whips and milkshakes.
Use the Ice/Auto Pulse function for foods
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that only require short bursts of power such
as chopping nuts and crushing ice.
Use the Ice/Auto Pulse function with short
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bursts of power, when blending drinks
containing ice cubes or frozen fruit.
Ensure all foods are cut into cubes (approx.
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2cm square) where appropriate to achieve
an even result.
Do not put more than 2 cups of warm
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ingredients into the Blender before
blending commences. After the blending
process has begun and the blades are
turning you may slowly add another
1½ cups of ingredients through the opening
in the lid if desired.
Thick mixtures puree more efficiently if the
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blender is ¼ to ½ full.
When using several ingredients, place
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liquid ingredients in the blender jug
before solid ingredients, unless specified
in the recipe. When blending thick or dry
mixtures it may be necessary to stop the
blender and scrape down the sides of the
blender jug with a plastic or rubber spatula,
once or twice during blending.
Don’ts
Do not use metal utensils as they may
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damage the blades or blender jug.
Do not operate a heavy mixture for more
than 10 seconds. For normal blending tasks,
for example, mayonnaise, dressings etc., do
not operate for longer than 2 minutes at one
time without turning off the blender and
stirring the ingredients, and then continue
blending.
Do not operate the blender without
having the blender lid in position. To add
additional ingredients whilst blending,
remove the inner lid and place ingredients
through the opening in the lid.
Do not place any objects, other than food or
liquid, into the blender whilst the motor is
running.
Do not use the blender jug to store food.
The blender will not knead dough or mash
potatoes.
Do not remove the blender jug while the
blender is operating. Always make sure
the blender is switched off by pressing the
POWER button, switch off the power at the
power outlet and unplug the power cord
from the power outlet.
Do not overload the blender with more
than the specified quantity of ingredients
as doing so could cause the motor to
stall. Turn the blender off by pressing
the POWER button on the control panel,
switch off the power at the power outlet
and unplug the cord. Remove a portion of
the mixture from the blender jug before
continuing.
Do not place hot or boiling ingredients into
the blender; allow to cool before placing
into the blender jug.
Do not place the blender near the edge of
a bench or table during operation. Ensure
that the surface is level, clean and free of
water, flour and other substances. Vibration
during operation may cause the appliance
to move.
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Care & Cleaning
CLEANING THE MOTOR BASE
1. Wipe the motor base with a soft, damp cloth
then dry thoroughly.
2. Wipe any excess food particles from the
power cord.
NOTE
Do not use abrasive scouring pads or cleaners
when cleaning the parts or motor base as they
may scratch the surface.
The lid, inner lid, blade assembly and silicon
seal may be washed in the dishwasher in the
top shelf only on a standard wash. The blender
jug may be placed in the bottom shelf.
CLEANING THE BLENDER JUG, LID,
INNER LID AND BLADE ASSEMBLY
Wash all parts in warm soapy water with a soft
cloth. Use a kitchen bottle brush to dislodge
stubborn foods. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
REMOVING STUBBORN OR STRONG
FOOD STAINS AND ODOURS
Strong smelling foods such as garlic, fish and
some vegetables such as carrots may leave
an odour or stain on the blender jug and lid.
To remove, soak blender jug and lid for
5 minutes in warm soapy water. Then wash
with a mild detergent and warm water, rinse
well and dry thoroughly.
STORAGE
Store your blender upright with the blender
jug, lid and inner lid assembled and inserted
on the motor base or beside it. Do not place
anything on top.
NOTE
The blending blades are extremely sharp.
Avoid any contact with fingers and hands.
Use caution when handling and storing.
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Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
Motor doesn’t start or blade
doesn’t rotate
EASY SOLUTION
• Check that the blender jug is securely locked into position.
• Check that the blade assembly is correctly attached to the base of
the blender jug.
• Check that the POWER button and selected function or speed
setting is illuminated.
• Check that the power plug is securely inserted into the power
outlet and switched on.
Food is unevenly chopped
• Either too much food is being blended at one time or the pieces are
too large.
• Try cutting food into smaller pieces of even size and processing a
smaller amount per batch.
• For best results, the food should be chopped into pieces no larger
than 2cm.
Food is chopped too fine or is
watery
Food sticks to blades and jug
Overload blender
• The food is over processed. Try using the ICE/AUTO PULSE
function or process for a shorter time.
• The mixture may be too thick. Try adding more liquid to the
mixture and/or use another function
• The motor is protected from burning out by an automatic,
temperature operated, cut-out switch.
• If the blender is overloaded or operated continuously for too long,
the motor may overheat. If this happens, the buttons will start to
flash and the safety cut-out switch will prevent the blender from
operating. To operate the blender again, you must switch off at
the power outlet, unplug and allow to cool for approximately
30 minutes. Once the motor has fully cooled, it is ready for use
again.
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Breville Customer Service Centre
Australian Customers
New Zealand Customers
Mail: Locked Bag 2000
Mail: Private Bag 94411
Phone: 1300 139 798
Phone: 0800 273 845
Fax:
Fax:
Botany NSW 1455
AUSTRALIA
(02) 9700 1342
Botany Manukau 2163
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
0800 288 513
Email: askus@breville.com.au
Email: askus@breville.co.nz
Web: www.breville.com.au
Web: www.breville.co.nz
Breville is a registered trademark of Breville Pty. Ltd. A.B.N. 98 000 092 928.
Copyright Breville Pty. Ltd. 2016.
Due to continued product improvement, the products illustrated/photographed
in this brochure may vary slightly from the actual product.
BBL800/C & BBL801 ANZ – D16
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