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TYPE KVC50 (Chef)
TYPE KVL60 (Chef XL)
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Know your Kenwood Kitchen Machine
Congratulations on buying a Kenwood. With such a wide range of attachments
available, it’s more than just a mixer. It’s a state-of-the-art Kitchen Machine. We hope
you’ll enjoy it.
Robust. Reliable. Versatile. Kenwood.
Safety
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Read these instructions carefully and retain for future
reference.
Remove all packaging and any labels.
Turn the speed control to ‘O’ OFF position and unplug before
fitting or removing tools/attachments, after use and before
cleaning.
Keep your fingers away from moving parts and fitted
attachments.
Never leave the Kitchen Machine unattended when it is
operating.
Never use a damaged appliance. Get it checked or repaired:
see ‘service and customer care’ section.
Never operate the Kitchen Machine with the head in the raised
position.
Never let the cord hang down where a child could grab it.
Never let the power unit, cord or plug get wet.
Never use an unauthorised attachment or more than one
attachment at once.
Never exceed the quantities stated in the maximum capacity
chart.
When using an attachment, read and follow the safety
instructions that are supplied with it.
Take care when lifting this appliance as it is heavy. Ensure the
head is correctly latched in the down position and that the
bowl, tools, outlet covers and cord are secure before lifting.
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Ensure the cord is fully unfolded from the cord storage
compartment bm before using the Kitchen Machine.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
Do not move or raise the mixer head with an attachment fitted
as the Kitchen Machine could become unstable.
Do not operate your appliance near the edge of a work
surface.
Appliances 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.
Misuse of your appliance can result in injury.
This appliance shall not be used by children. Keep the
appliance and its cord out of reach of children.
Only use the appliance for its intended domestic use.
Kenwood will not accept any liability if the appliance is subject
to improper use, or failure to comply with these instructions.
before plugging in
• If a non-rewireable plug is cut off it must
be DESTROYED IMMEDIATELY. An
electric shock hazard may arise if an
unwanted non-rewireable plug is
inadvertently inserted into a 13A socket
outlet.
• This appliance conforms to EC
Regulation 1935/2004 on materials and
articles intended to come into contact
with food.
important - UK only
• Make sure your electricity supply is the
same as the one shown on the
underside of your machine.
• The wires in the cord are coloured as
follows:
Blue = Neutral, Brown = Live.
• The appliance must be protected by a
13A approved (BS1362) fuse.
• For non-rewireable plugs the fuse cover
MUST be refitted when replacing the
fuse. If the fuse cover is lost then the
plug must not be used until a
replacement can be obtained. The
correct fuse cover is identified by colour
and a replacement may be obtained
from your Kenwood Authorised Repairer
(see Service).
before using for the first time
• Wash the parts: see ‘care and cleaning’
section.
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Know your Kitchen Machine
Key
Optional attachments
There are a range of optional attachments
available to use with your Kitchen Machine.
See the attachment leaflet included in your
pack or visit www.kenwoodworld.com to
see the full range and how to buy an
attachment not included in your pack.
Attachment outlets
1 high-speed outlet
2 slow-speed outlet
3 bowl tool socket
Mixer
4 high speed outlet cover
5 mixer head
6 head release lever
7 speed and pulse control
8 standby button
9 power unit
bk bowl
bl slow speed outlet cover
bm cord storage compartment
bn K-beater
bo whisk
bp dough hook
bq spatula
br head shield
bs splashguard
Note: Slow Speed outlet attachments
The slow speed outlet on your Kitchen
Machine model features the Twist
Connection System. It is designed to
accept Twist Connection System
attachments.
When purchasing new attachments for the
slow speed outlet you should check
compatibility with your Kitchen Machine. All
Twist Connection System attachments can
be identified by the product code which
starts with KAX and also by the Twist logo
which is visible on packaging. For more
information visit
www.kenwoodworld.com/twist.
If you own attachments featuring the Bar
Connection System
you will need to
use the KAT002ME adaptor to connect
these to the Twist Connection System
on your Kitchen Machine.
For more information visit
www.kenwoodworld.com/twist.
Note: Spanner bl shown is for illustration
purposes only and is not supplied in pack.
The bowl tools and some of their uses
K-beater
For making cakes, biscuits, pastry, icing,
fillings, éclairs and mashed potato.
soufflés. Don’t use the whisk for heavy
mixtures (e.g. creaming fat and sugar) you could damage it.
Whisk
For eggs, cream, batters, fatless sponges,
meringues, cheesecakes, mousses,
Dough Hook
For yeast mixtures only
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To use your bowl tools
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Hints
• To fully incorporate the ingredients stop
mixing and scrape down the bowl with
the spatula frequently.
• For best results when whisking use eggs
at room temperature.
• Before whisking egg whites, make sure
there is no grease or egg yolk on the
whisk or bowl.
• Use cold ingredients for pastry unless
your recipe says otherwise.
Ensure the cord is fully unfolded from the
cord storage compartment bm before
using the Kitchen Machine.
Plug in and the Standby Button 8 will
light up.
Note: The standby button light 8 will
flash and the Kitchen Machine will
not operate if the mixer head is in
the raised position or the speed
control is not in the ‘O’ position.
Before operating, check that the
mixer head is correctly latched down
and the speed control is in the ‘O’
position. If the light continues to
flash refer to the ‘troubleshooting
guide’.
Push the head-lift lever 1 down and
raise the mixer head until it locks 2.
Fit the bowl on the base and turn
clockwise 3 to secure in position .
Place the required tool into the socket.
Then push up 4 and turn 5 the tool to
lock into position.
Note: If the K-beater or Whisk are not
picking up ingredients from the bottom
of the bowl refer to the “Tool Adjustment”
section.
Lower the mixer head by pushing the
head release lever down 6 and lower
the mixer head until it locks 7.
Start the machine by turning the speed
control 7 to the desired speed setting.
Use the pulse (P) position for short
bursts of maximum speed.
After use, return the speed control to ‘O’
OFF position and unplug your Kitchen
Machine.
Release the tool by turning clockwise to
unlock from the tool socket and then
remove.
Points for bread making
Important
• Never exceed the maximum capacities
stated - you may overload the machine.
• If you hear the machine labouring, switch
off, remove half the dough and do each
half separately.
• The ingredients mix best if you put the
liquid in first.
Yeast
• Dried yeast (the type that needs
reconstituting): pour the warm water into
the bowl. Then add the yeast and the
sugar and leave to stand for about 10
minutes until frothy.
• Fresh yeast: crumble into the flour.
• Other types of yeast: follow the
manufacturer’s instructions.
• Put the dough into a greased polythene
bag or a bowl covered with a tea towel.
Then leave somewhere warm until
doubled in size.
Important
Ensure that no bowl tools are fitted or
stored in the bowl when using other
outlets.
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Maximum capacities
Shortcrust pastry
Bread dough
(stiff yeasted)
Soft yeasted dough
(enriched with butter and eggs)
Fruit cake mix
(Creaming fat and sugar method)
Egg whites
Flour weight
Flour weight
Total weight
Flour weight
Total weight
Total weight
Number
Weight
Chef
680g/1lb 8oz
1.36kg/3lb
2.18kg/4lb 3oz
1.3kg/2lb 14oz
2.5kg/5lb 8oz
2.72kg/6lb
(9 Egg mix)
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(455g)
Chef XL
910g/2lb
1.6kg/3lb 8oz
2.5kg/5lb 8oz
2.6kg/5lb 12oz
5kg/11lb
4.55kg/10lb
(15 Egg mix)
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(605g)
* Eggs sizes used = medium sized (Weight 53 – 63g)
Tool
K-beater
Recipe/Process
Creaming butter/margarine
and sugar
Beating eggs into cake mixes
Folding in flour, fruit etc
All In one cake mixes
Pastry & Biscuits – rubbing fat
into flour
Royal Icing
Mashed Potatoes
Whisk
Dough Hook
Egg Whites
Fatless sponges
Cream
For Yeasted dough mixes
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Recommended Speed
Start on ‘Min’ and gradually
increase to ‘Max’
‘4’ to ‘Max’
‘Fold’ to ‘1’
Start on ‘Min’ and gradually
increase to ‘Max’
‘Min’ to’ 2’
‘Min’ to ‘1’
Start on ‘Min’ and gradually
increase to ‘Max’
Gradually increase to ‘Max’
‘Min’ speed for 45 - 60 secs.
Then increase to speed 1 for
approx. 3 – 4minutes.
Re-knead on speed 1
To fit and use your
Splashguard
Tool Adjustment
To assemble
K-beater & Whisk
The splashguard assembly consists of 2
pieces: the head shield br and the
splashguard bs.
The splashguard cannot be fitted to the
bowl unless the shield is fitted.
1 Raise the mixer head until it locks.
2 Clip the head shield upwards onto the
underside of the mixer head 8 until fully
located.
3 Fit the bowl onto the base.
4 Lower the mixer head.
5 Rest the splashguard on the bowl rim
and then slide forward until fully located
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• During mixing, ingredients can be added
directly to the bowl via the feed chute.
6 To remove the splashguard simply slide it
away from the mixer bowl.
7 To remove the head shield, raise the
mixer head until it locks. Remove the tool
if fitted, then pull the head shield
downwards from the underside of the
mixer head.
Note: Only fit or remove the splashguard
when the mixer head is in the locked
position.
We recommend that the head shield
is removed regularly from the mixer
head for cleaning.
The tools are set to the correct height for
the bowl supplied in the factory and should
not require adjustment.
However, if you wish to adjust the tool use
a suitable sized spanner:
TYPE KVC50 = 15mm
TYPE KVL60 = 19mm
Then follow the instructions below:
1 Unplug the appliance.
2 Raise the mixer head and insert the
whisk or beater.
3 Lower the mixer head. If the clearance
needs to be adjusted, raise the mixer
head and remove the tool. Ideally the
whisk and K-beater should be almost
touching the bottom of the bowl bk.
4 Using a suitable spanner loosen the nut
sufficiently to allow adjustment of the
shaft bl. To lower the tool closer to the
bottom of the bowl, turn the shaft anticlockwise. To raise the tool away from
the bottom of the bowl turn the shaft
clockwise.
5 Re-tighten the nut.
6 Fit the tool to the mixer and lower the
mixer head. (Check its position see
points above).
7 Repeat the above steps as necessary
until the tool is set correctly. Once this is
acheived tighten the nut securely.
• Note: Spanner bl shown is for
illustration purpose only.
Dough Hook
This tool is set at the factory and should
require no adjustment.
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Care & Cleaning
Service and
Customer Care
• If the cord is damaged it must, for safety
reasons, be replaced by KENWOOD or
an authorised KENWOOD repairer.
• Always switch off and unplug before
cleaning.
• A little grease may appear at the slow
speed outlet 2 when you first use it.
This is normal – just wipe it off.
If you experience any problems with
the operation of the appliance,
before calling for assistance refer to
the troubleshooting guide or visit
www.kenwoodworld.com.
Power Unit And Outlet Covers
• Wipe with a damp cloth, then dry.
• Never use abrasives or immerse in water.
• Store excess cord into the cord storage
compartment bm at the back of the
machine.
Bowl
• Wash by hand, then dry thoroughly or
wash in the dishwasher.
• Never use a wire brush, steel wool or
bleach to clean your stainless steel bowl.
Use vinegar to remove limescale.
• Keep away from heat (cooker tops,
ovens, microwaves).
If you need help with:
• using your appliance
• servicing or repairs (in or out of
guarantee)
콯 call Kenwood customer care on
023 9239 2333. Have your model
number (e.g. KVC50 or KVL60) and
date code (5 digit code e.g. 13L35)
ready. They are on the underside of the
power unit.
• spares and attachments
콯 call 0844 557 3653.
other countries
• If you experience any problems with the
operation of your appliance, before
requesting assistance refer to the
“troubleshooting guide” section in the
manual or visit www.kenwoodworld.com.
• Please note that your product is covered
by a warranty, which complies with all
legal provisions concerning any existing
warranty and consumer rights in the
country where the product was
purchased.
• If your Kenwood product malfunctions or
you find any defects, please send it or
bring it to an authorised KENWOOD
Service Centre. To find up to date details
of your nearest authorised KENWOOD
Service centre visit
www.kenwoodworld.com or the website
specific to your Country.
Tools & Splashguard
• Wash by hand, then dry thoroughly.
• Alternatively they are dishwasher safe
and can be washed on the top rack of
your dishwasher. Avoid placing items on
the bottom rack directly over the heating
element. A short low temperature
(Maximum 50°C) programme is
recommended.
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• Designed and engineered by Kenwood
in the UK.
• Made in China.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR
CORRECT DISPOSAL OF THE
PRODUCT IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE EUROPEAN DIRECTIVE ON
WASTE ELECTRICAL AND
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (WEEE)
At the end of its working life, the product
must not be disposed of as urban waste.
It must be taken to a special local authority
differentiated waste collection centre or to
a dealer providing this service.
Disposing of a household appliance
separately avoids possible negative
consequences for the environment and
health deriving from inappropriate disposal
and enables the constituent materials to be
recovered to obtain significant savings in
energy and resources. As a reminder of the
need to dispose of household appliances
separately, the product is marked with a
crossed-out wheeled dustbin.
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Troubleshooting guide
Problem
The whisk or K-beater
knocks against the bottom
of the bowl or not reaching
the ingredients in the
bottom of the bowl.
Slow speed attachment
cannot be fitted.
Standby light flashing
when Kitchen Machine
first plugged in.
The Kitchen Machine
stops during operation.
Standby light flashing
rapidly.
Standby light off whilst
machine plugged in.
Cause
Tool at the wrong
height and needs
adjusting.
Solution
Adjust the height using a suitable
spanner – see “Tool Adjustment”
section.
Check your attachment
is compatible for
use with your model.
Twist connection
system required
(Model KAX)
Attachment must have the KAX
twist connection system
to fit
the outlet.
If you own attachments featuring
the Bar Connection System
you will need to use the
KAT002ME adaptor to connect
these to the Twist Connection
System on your Kitchen Machine.
For more information visit
www.kenwoodworld.com/twist
Check and turn speed control
to the ‘O’ position.
Speed control not
in the ‘O’ position.
Mixer head in the raised
position or not locked
down correctly.
Overload protection or
overheat system
activated.
Maximum capacity
exceeded.
Check Kitchen Machine head
is locked down correctly.
Unplug and check for
obstruction or overloading.
Turn the speed control to “O”
and then restart.
If the machine will not operate,
remove some of the ingredients to
reduce the load and restart.
If this still does not resolve the
problem, unplug and allow to
stand for 15 minutes. Plug in and
reselect the speed.
If the machine does not restart
following the above procedure
contact “ customer care” for
further advice.
Kitchen machine has been Press the Standby button
left plugged in for more
once to reset.
than 30 minutes without
being operated and has
gone into Standby mode.
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