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Meat Grinder
MK-G38PR
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Contents
Parts Identification ..................1
Precautions .............................6
How to Use .......................6 ~ 7
Specifications .........................8
Before operating this unit, please read instructions completely.
Parts
Identification
Cutting surface
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j~l
j
Cutting surface should be faced to Cutting plate when being set,
otherwise meat will not be ground.
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j~l
j
a Switch
b Locking knob
c Motor housing
d Opening
e Food pusher
f Hopper plate
g Head
h Feed screw
i Cutting blade
j ~ l Attachments
j Cutting plate (fine)
k Cutting plate (medium)
l Cutting plate (coarse)
m Cap
k
k
l
l
m
m
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Precautions
How to Use
• Make sure that the voltage and frequency indicated on
the bottom plate are the same as your local supply.
• Unplug when assembling or disassembling the unit.
• Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is
used near children.
• When carrying the unit, be sure to hold the motor housing
with both hands; do not hold only the hopper plate.
• Never feed food with hands. Use the food pusher.
Before use
Wash all the parts (except those that do not touch foods
a, b, c, and d ) in warm soapy water.
• Do not grind hard foods such as bones and nuts.
(They may cause jamming.)
Before plugging in, ensure the switch is off.
• Do not grind ginger and other materials with hard fiber.
(They will not be ground.)
To Grind Meat
• To avoid jamming, do not force to operate the unit with
excessive pressure.
If the unit jams due to hard materials lodged onto the
feed screw or the cutting blade, switch off immediately
and clean the unit.
When the circuit breaker activates, do not switch on.
(See "Caution on Jamming" on page 7.)
(Assembling)
1 Place the head onto the opening of the motor
housing. Holding the head with one hand, place the
locking knob into the hole on the side of the motor
housing and tighten it clockwise.
2 Place the feed screw into the head, long end first,
by turning the feed screw slightly until it is set into
the motor housing.
• Never try to disassemble or repair the unit by yourself.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
a special cord or a cord assembly available from your
Panasonic dealer or its service agent.
3 Place the cutting blade onto the feed screw shaft
with the blade facing the front as illustrated.
(If it is not fitted properly, meat will not be ground.)
• Never remove or attach the hopper plate, the head or
cap when the motor is operating.
4 Place the desired cutting plate next to the cutting
blade, fitting protrusions in the slots.
• Do not disassemble the grinder or place anything
(especially finger, spoon, fork, etc.) in the grinder during
operation.
5 Screw the cap into place until tight.
(Do not over tighten.)
Place the hopper plate on the head and fix into
position.
• This product is intended for household use only.
Locate the unit on a firm surface.
(The air passage at the bottom and the side of the
motor housing should be kept free and not blocked.)
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How to Clean
(Grinding Meat)
Cut all foods into pieces so that they fit easily into
the hopper opening.
Plug in, then switch on.
(Disassembling)
Make sure that the motor has stopped completely.
Disconnect the plug from the power outlet.
Disassemble by reversing the steps from 5 - 1 .
6 Feed foods into the hopper plate.
(Use the food pusher.)
7 To remove the cap easily, place a screwdriver
After use, switch off and unplug.
between the protrusions and unscrew.
Note:
The grinder head may rotate slightly during use, but
it is normal.
Do not over tighten the locking knob to stop this
movement.
It may cause damage.
To remove the cutting plate easily, place a
screwdriver between the cutting plate and the
8 head as illustrated and lift up.
(Cleaning)
Remove meat and other food.
Wash each part in warm soapy water.
Do not immerse the motor housing in water; simply
wipe it with a damp cloth.
Caution on Jamming
When the circuit breaker automatically stops the motor
or when the motor continues to function but no meat
comes out of the cutting plate due to jamming of bones
or other materials, switch off.
Do not switch on.
A little salad oil on h, i after washing and drying
will keep them lubricated.
Note:
• A bleaching solutuion containing chlorine will discolor
the aluminum surface.
• Thinners and benzines will crack or change the color of
the unit.
• Do not wash any parts in a dishwasher. (It may discolor
the aluminum surface.)
• Leaving the partsj ~ l and f, g, m wet after
cleaning may cause corrosion. Wipe off thoroughly with
a dry cloth after cleaning. Dipping or rubbing some salad
oil on j ~ l immediately after drying them will help
prevent them from rusting.
Unplug and clean the unit.
(See "How to Clean".)
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Specifications
230
50 60
38.6 16.6
34.2
3.6
230
38.6
50 60
16.6
34.2
3.6
230 V 50-60 Hz.
Power supply
38.6 X 16.6 X 34.2 cm
Dimensions (H X W X D)
3.6 O
Weight
Cutting plates
Attachments
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Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Osaka, Japan
W eb Site: http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/
Printed in Japan
MZ50K1181
M0902T1063
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