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M 2600 / M 3000
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Operating instructions
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Istruzioni per l’uso
Instrucciones para el usoInstruções de serviço
Instruções de serviço
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g Dear Customer,
Please read these instructions carefully.
Pay special attention to the safety instructions on the first pages. Keep the
instructions in a safe place for future
reference. Give them to any new owners
of the appliance.
Description (Figure 1)
Pouring outlet
Filler hole with cup (locking)
Blade assembly
Rubber seal (in blade assembly)
Motor housing
Speed selector
Non-slip feet
Cord storage drawer
(on the bottom of the appliance)
M Rating label
(on the bottom of the appliance)
1 Safety Instructions
AEG electrical appliances meet the recognised technical and legal standards
for safety. As the manufacturers, we
nevertheless feel we should bring to
your attention the following points on
General Safety
• The appliance should only be connected to mains supplies with the same
voltage and frequency ratings as those
indicated on the Ratings Label.
• Never pull the plug out of the power
socket by pulling on the cord.
• Never try to operate the blender if
– the casing has been damaged,
– the cord has been damaged.
• If the power cord for this appliance has
been damaged, it should only be
replaced, for safety reasons, by the
manufacturer or Customer Service, or
by a suitably qualified person.
• The appliance should only be repaired
by a suitably skilled repair technician.
Inappropriate repairs may cause considerable safety hazards. If repairs
become necessary, contact AEG Customer Service, or your dealer.
Child Safety
• Do not leave the appliance running
while unattended, or let children near
the appliance unsupervised!
When operating the appliance:
• Never operate the appliance with your
hands bare.
• Plastic parts should never be dried at
or near direct sources of heat.
• The appliance must not be used for
mixing dyes (paints, or lacquer, etc,).
This can cause explosions!
• When you have finished using the
appliance, before cleaning, switch off
and pull the plug out of the socket.
• The blade assembly should only be disassembled by an authorised technician.
• Never clean the motor casing under
running water or soapy water.
• Caution! The blade assembly is very
sharp. Be careful when taking the
blender apart and re-assembling. It
may cause injury if handled incorrectly
• Do not leave hard objects (for example
spoons) in the blade assembly while
running, and do not grasp the appliance with the hand inside the blender
tank. This may cause injury!
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This appliance meets the following
EC guidelines:
• 73/23/EWG of 19.02.1973 "Low voltage
directive", including Amendment
guideline 93/68/EWG
• 89/336/EWG vom 03.05.1989 "Electro
magnetic compatibility guidelines",
including Amendment Guideline
Technical Data
Mains voltage: 230/240 V
Power consumption: 600 W
Possible applications
The blender can be used for mixing a
wide variety of drinks, crushing ice,
reducing fruit and vegetables, whipping cream, etc.
Cord storage drawer (Figure 2)
The appliance is fitted with a storage
drawer at the bottom. If the connection cord to the power outlet is too
long, it can be fed back into the drawer
until it is the required length.
Disassembling the Apliance
Take the plug out of the socket.
Remove the lid (Figure 1/D).
Remove the tank (Figure 3).
Turn the blade assembly counterclockwise and remove (Figure 4).
0 You can now remove the rubber seal
(Figure 5).
Caution! the blade assembly is very
sharp. It can cause injury if handled
incorrectly! The rubber seal can easily
be irreparably damaged by the blade
Caution! Do not use force when taking
the blade assembly out of the blender,
as this might cause damage. If necessary, tilt it slightly when removing.
Assembling the Blender
0 Place the rubber seal on the blade
assembly (Figure 5).
0 Insert the blade assembly into the tank
from the bottom. Turn it clockwise to
fasten it (Figure 6). Caution! Handle
0 Seat the tank on the motor casing,
ensuring that the two arrows are in
alignment with one another (Figure 7).
0 Set the lid on the tank.
The blender will not operate unless the
two arrows are correctly aligned with
one another (Figure 7). Refer to "Safety
0 Insert the filler cup (Figure 1/C), and
lock it in.
Operating the Blender
Place the blender on a level, dry surface.
0 Open the lid (Figure 1/D) and put all
the required ingredients in the tank.
Important! Do not exceed the maximum capacity of 1.5 litres.
You can add other ingredients through
the filler hole while the blender is running. You can use the filler cup in the
lid to do this (Figure 1/C). Close the
filler hole immediately after, to avoid
0 Start the blender by turning the selector (Figure 1/J) to the right, or by
pressing the Pulse Button (Figure 1/H).
We recommend starting with blender
Speed 1, then progressing to Speed 2.
To crush ice, select Speed 3. The Pulse
Button runs the blender at full speed.
0 After mixing, first remove the tank
(Figure 3), before taking off the lid.
Do not let the blender run for more
than 3 minutes at a time. After running for 3 minutes, the blender should
be left to cool for at least 10 minutes.
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Safety System
The safety system prevents the blender
from being operated if the tank is not
correctly seated.
You should nevertheless still keep
children away from the appiance.
Ice crushing
The blender can be used for crushing
ice. Always add a little water to the
tank before using the blender to crush
0 Pour the water into the tank.
0 Switch the blender on. Any Speed setting may be used. However, Speed 3 is
ideally suited to ice crushing.
0 You can add more ice through the filler
hole in the lid while the blender is running.
Care and Cleaning
Before cleaning the blender, take the
plug out of the socket.
Make sure that no liquids get inside
the motor casing!
Clean the casing with a damp cloth.
Never immerse in water or clean
under running water.
The tank and blade assembly can be
cleaned quickly and safely using the
Pulse Button.
0 Pour warm water into the tank, with a
few drops of washing-up liquid.
0 Mix the water and wahing-up liquid,
by pushing the Pulse Button briefly.
0 Finally, rinse the tank under running
If necessary, the blade assembly can
also be cleaned separately.
Be careful when rinsing the blade
assembly (The blades are sharp!). Use
only water and washing-up liquid.
Never put parts of the appliance in a
When replacing the blade assembly,
turn it clockwise. See paragraph
"Assembling the Blender".
Waste disposal
Disposing of packing materials
All packing materials are environmentally friendly and can be safely disposed of, or burned in a waste
incinerator. All cardboard parts have
been made from recycled paper, and
should be returned to a recyclable
paper collection point.
Disposing of the appliance
If and when you do not wish to use the
appliance any more, please take it to
the nearest Recycling centre, or to your
dealer, who will take it back for a small
Customer Service
This appliance has been manufactured
to the highest quality standards. However, should a problem arise that cannot be resolved with the help of these
user instructions, please contact your
dealer, or AEG customer service. Seite 13 Freitag, 25. Juni 2004 3:18 15
Example recipes
Cream of Vegetable Soup
250 g
125 g
100 g
1 Cup
1 tablespoon
Crème fraîche
or cream
chopped herbs
Wash and peel the potatoes, carrots, celery, and onion, and
chop them into pieces. Add the chopped vegetables to 1/3 of
the meat stock and bring to the boil. Cook for 10 minutes.
Leave the vegetables and stock to cool, then blend finely at
blender Speed 2. Bring the rest of the meat stock to the boil
in a pot, add the vegetable purée, and bring briefly to the boil
Season to taste with the Crème fraîche, salt and pepper
Sprinkle with the chopped herbs, and serve.
salt, pepper
Cold tomato soup
750 g
3 tablespoons
1 cup
2 tablespoons
1 tablespoon
olive oil
Crème fraîche
Balsamic vinegar
Cut the tomatoes open crosswise and blanch with hot water.
Skin the tomatoes and cut into large pieces. Peel the onions
and cut into pieces.
Put the tomatoes and onion in the blender and mix to a fine
pure at Speed 2.
Add the lemon juice, oil, and vinegar. Season to taste with the
salt, pepper, and sugar. Stir in the Crème fraîche.
chopped basil leaves
salt, pepper, sugar
Cream of Carrot soup
500 g
1/2 l
1/8 l
1/8 l
vegetable stock
white wine
chervil, parsley, salt,
pepper, sugar
Wash and peel the carrots, and chop into pieces. Boil in 1/4 l
vegetable stock for around 15 minutes. Leave to cool for a
short time. Mix at blender Speed 2, then put them back in the
pot. Add the rest of the stock and heat up the soup again.
Add the white wine and cream to taste.
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Cold cucumber soup
750 g
500 g
1 pinch
natural joghourt
clove of garlic
salt, pepper
1 bunch chives
1 bunch dill
Wash and peel the cucumber, halve lengthwise and core it.
Chop the flesh into pieces and put in the blender with the
garlic. Mix at blender Speed 2. Add the joghourt and mix well.
Season with sugar, salt, and pepper to taste.
Garnish with the dill and chives.
Humus (Hommos)
250 g
3 tablespoons
30 ml
4 cloves
30 ml
cooked chick peas
(canned chick peas
can be used - rinse
olive oil
Blend all ingredients on setting 2 for 40 seconds or until
lemon juice
Cakes and pastries
Pancake mix
500 ml
1 pinch
250 g
Add the ingredients to the blender in the above order.
Mix to a paste at blender Speed 2.
Meanwhile, scrape off any flour sticking to the sides of the
Leave the paste to rise for around 15 minutes before using.
Melt’n’Mix Cake
150 g
140 g
125 g
1 teaspoon
60 ml
S.R. flour
caster sugar
butter or margarine,
Pre-heat oven to 180 °C. Grease a 20 cm round cake tin.
Place all ingredients into blender jug. Blend on setting 2 for
50 seconds, or until smooth.
Spread mixture into prepared tin and bake for approximately
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Iced Coffee
2 tablespoons
50 ml
250 ml
½ cup
100 ml
instant coffee
boiling water
crushed ice
whipped cream
Dissolve the coffee powder in boiling water, then leave to
cool. Pour a little water into the tank, then add the ice and
crush on Speed 3. Blend all ingredients except cream on setting 1 for 30-60 seconds.
Whip cream for 40 seconds. Pour into glasses and top with
cream. Sprinkle with drinking chocolate.
Egg Nog
250 ml
2 tablespoons
2 tablespoons
hot milk
Blend milk, rum and honey on setting 2 for 30-60 seconds.
Add egg and blend on setting 2 for a further 20 seconds.
Sprinkle with nutmeg and serve.
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