EN Instruction Manual Universal slicer

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Instruction Manual
Universal slicer
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Table of content
Safety instructions.............................................. 3
Unpacking........................................................... 3
Requirements for the installation location...... 4
Slicing.................................................................. 4
Food holder........................................................ 4
Cleaning.............................................................. 4
Removing the blade........................................... 4
Carriage guide .............................................. 5
Customer service department........................... 5
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Safety instructions
This unit complies with the statutory safety regulations. Improper use can, however, lead to personal injury and property damage.
To handle the unit safely, follow the instructions
below:
• Repairs are only allowed to be performed by a
specialist or by the Graef customer service department. Improper repairs can lead to extreme
hazards for the user. Furthermore, the warranty
claim expires.
• Only Graef customer service is authorised to repair the unit during the warranty period, otherwise the warranty expires for subsequent damages.
• Defective components must be replaced solely with genuine spare parts. Fulfilment of the
safety regulations is only guaranteed if these
parts are used.
• This unit may not be used by children.
• Children should be supervised to ensure that
they do not play with the unit.
• This unit is intended to be used in household
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and similar applications such as: staff kitchen
areas in shops, offices and other working environments; farm houses; by clients in hotels,
motels and other residental type environments;
bed and breakfast type environments.
• This unit must be used with the carriage and
food holder unless the size and shape of the
items to be sliced do not permit its usage.
• Do not use the packing material as a toy. Danger of suffocation.
• Do not use the packing material as a toy. Danger of suffocation.
• Do not use any aggressive or abrasive cleaning
agents and do not use any solvents.
• Do not scratch off stubborn soiling with hard
objects.
Unpacking
To unpack the unit, proceed as below:
• Take the unit out of the carton.
• Remove all pieces of the packing.
• Remove any possibly extant labels on the manual universal slicing machine (do not remove
the rating plate).
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Requirements for the installation location
For safe and flawless operation of the unit, the
place of location must meet these prerequisites:
• The unit must be set up on a firm, flat, level,
and non-slip base that has sufficient load bearing capacity.
• Select the place of location so that children
cannot reach the sharp blade in the unit.
Slicing
• Place the carriage on the carriage guide profile.
• Place the items to be sliced on the carriage.
• Set the desired slicing thickness.
• Turn the handle away from your body and push
the items to be sliced to the front.
• Soft items to be sliced (e.g., cheese or ham) can
be sliced best when cool.
• Soft items can be sliced better when you turn
faster and push the items to be sliced forward
more slowly.
• To slice vegetables, it is sufficient to turn slowly,
partially even only scraping while the blade is
stationary.
• When slicing cucumbers or carrots, it is advan4
tageous if they are cut to a uniform length beforehand.
Food holder
• The unit must not be used without the food
holder unless the size and shape of the items to
be sliced do not permit its use.
• As soon it is no longer possible to correctly hold
onto the items to be sliced, the food holder
must be used.
• Place the food rests or the small items for slicing on the carriage.
• Set the food holder on the rear of the carriage
and put the food holder onto the items to be
sliced.
• Proceed as above as described in “Slicing”.
Cleaning
• Clean the exterior of the unit with a soft, moist
cloth. If heavily soiled, a mild detergent can be
used.
Removing the blade
Please occasionally unscrew the blade and clean
the interior of the unit. Handle the blade with
great care! Caution: sharp blade.
• Remove
the carriage.
• Turn the blade, e.g. using a coin.
• Clean the blade with a moist cloth.
• Subsequently clean the blade with a dry cloth.
• Grease the gear.
• Replace the blade and tighten it firmly.
• Periodically grease the gears.
Carriage guide
Periodically grease the carriage guide.
• Remove the carriage.
• Turn the carriage over.
• Grease the carriage guide with a bit of acidfree sewing machine oil.
• Replace the carriage.
Customer service department
If your Graef unit becomes damaged, please
contact your dealer or the Graef customer service department.
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