Philips Coffeemaker HD7612 User manual

Philips Coffeemaker HD7612 User manual
coffee maker
flavor select
HD7606 / HD7610 / HD7612
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions
should always be followed including the following:
Read all instructions before using.
1. Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs.
Care must be taken to prevent burns which can
occur from touching hot parts or from spilling
hot liquids.
2. To protect against electrical shock, do not immerse
cord, plug, or Coffee Maker in water or other liquid.
3. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is
used by or near children.
4. Unplug from outlet when not in use and before
cleaning. Allow to cool before putting on or taking
off parts or before cleaning appliance.
5. Do not operate this appliance with a damaged cord
or plug, or after the appliance malfunctions, or has
been damaged in any manner; return the Coffee
Maker to the retail location where it was purchased
for examination, repair, or adjustment.
6. Use this appliance only for its intended use as
described in this manual. Do not use accessory
attachments not recommended by Philips Electronics
North America Corporation as they may cause
hazards or injuries.
7. Do not use outdoors.
8. Do not let cord hang over edge of table or
counter, or touch hot surfaces. Operate on a flat
surface away from edge of counter top to prevent
accidental tipping.
9. Do not place Coffee Maker on or near a hot gas or
electric burner, or in heated oven.
10. This appliance is intended for household use ONLY;
it is not for commercial or industrial use.
11. Any service of the Coffee Maker, should be performed
by the retail location where it was purchased.
12. To disconnect Coffee Maker, turn Power Control Switch
to "OFF", then remove plug from electrical outlet.
Remove plug by gripping plug body and pulling it from
the outlet. Never yank or twist cord to unplug.
13. The carafe is designed for use with this Coffee Maker.
It must never be used on a range top or in a
microwave oven.
14. Do not set hot glass carafe on a cold or wet surface.
15. Do not use a cracked carafe or a carafe having a
loose or weakened handle.
16. Do not clean carafe with cleansers, steel wool pads,
or other abrasive materials.
17. To prevent scalds and/or property damage, always
make sure carafe lid is securely in place during brew
cycle and when pouring coffee. Do not force when
placing or removing lid from carafe.
18. Do not open reservoir cover until Coffee Maker has
finished brew cycle. Hot steam trapped under cover
could burn your fingers.
19. Warning:To reduce the risk of fire or electric
shock,do not remove the bottom cover.No user
serviceable parts are inside. Return the Coffee
Maker to the retail location where it was
purchased for examination, repair or adjustment.
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
The Coffee Maker has a short cord to reduce the hazards
of becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord.
An extension cord may be used if the rating is equal to or
greater than the rating of the Coffee Maker. Use an
extension cord rated 13 amperes or greater. Care must
be taken to arrange extension cord so that it will not
drape over countertop or tabletop where it can be pulled
on by children or tripped over unintentionally.
Operating the Coffee Maker and another appliance at the
same time from the same electrical circuit could cause an
electrical overload condition, which would blow the fuse
or trip the circuit breaker.
SPECIAL POLARIZED PLUG
INSTRUCTIONS
This Philips Coffee Maker has a polarized plug for an
added safety feature (one blade is wider than the other). To
reduce the risk of electrical shock:
• Plug will fit into polarized outlet only one way.
• If plug does not properly fit outlet at first, reverse it.
• If plug still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DEFEAT
THIS SAFETY FEATURE
WARNING
• To avoid risk of personal injury or damage to property as
a result of overflow, be sure that the carafe is centered
under the brew basket during the brewing cycle.
• Brewed coffee and grounds, in brew basket and carafe, are
very hot. Handle with care to avoid scalding.
• If brew basket overflows, or if brew basket fails to drain
into coffee pot during brewing cycle, do not open or
handle basket. Unplug Coffee Maker, and wait for contents
to cool before handling.
• Do not remove any part of Coffee Maker, other than
carafe for up to 30 seconds to Pause & Pour during the
brew cycle as scalding could occur.
Table of Contents
Features
2
Important
3
Preparing the Appliance for Use
3-4
Using the Anti-Chlorine Filter
4-5
Brewing Coffee
6-8
Cleaning
8-9
Descaling
9
Glass Carafe Safety Precautions
9-10
For Assistance
10
Warranty
Back Cover
2
Features
Model HD7612
Lid
Reservoir
Flavor
Selector
AUTO
Power Control
On/Off
(1) / (0)
OFF
Pilot Light
Thermos Carafe
Dual Power System
Features:
Two heating elements
for optimal brewing
time
Glass Carafe
(For Models
HD7610 & HD7606)
HD7610 Control Panel
AUTO
OFF
HD7606 Control Panel
Flavor Selector
Pilot Light
Power
Control
On/Off
(1) / (0)
Minutes
Auto Button
Digital Clock Display /
Coffee Freshness Indicator
Hour
AUTO
OFF
120 min
M
H
AUTO
Flavor
Selector
Pilot Light
Power
Control
On/Off
(1) / (0)
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Important:
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Model HD7612 only:
◗ Do not disassemble the thermal carafe.
◗ To prevent water from entering the thermal
carafe housing:
- Never immerse or submerge Thermos carafe in water or
any other liquid.
- Always place carafe in a normal (i.e. upright) position.
◗ If you have made coffee and wish to make some more
immediately, allow the appliance to cool down for about
3 minutes.You may then fill the water reservoir again.
◗ During brewing, the lower section of the appliance and the
underside of the Thermos carafe will become hot.
Model HD7610 only:
◗ Model HD7610 features automatic switch-on at a preset time. In
order for this feature to operate correctly, the time of the day and
the automatic switch-on time must be set and the AUTO-mode
must be selected. (The corresponding yellow light will illuminate.)
But it is also possible to start brewing immediately by pressing the
A button. (The corresponding green pilot light will illuminate.)
Preparing the Appliance for Use
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1
Plug cord into a 120 V AC electrical outlet.
2
You can store excess cord at the back of the appliance.
3
Before first use, wash carafe and brew basket, then fill the
water reservoir with water and put the glass or Thermos
carafe (with closed lid) in place. Run one full carafe of clean
water through a complete cycle to remove any impurities that
might affect the taste of the coffee.
4 Switch the appliance on by pressing the (1) button.
The pilot light goes on.
Let the appliance run until the water reservoir is completely empty.
5
Switch the appliance off by pressing the Power Control to
"OFF" (0) position when cycle is completed.
HD7612 only: The appliance will switch itself off automatically
directly after brewing.
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6 Discard hot water from carafe.
Let the appliance cool down for at least 3 minutes before you start
brewing coffee.
HD7610 only: Setting the Clock
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1
When you plug the cord into the electrical outlet, the word
'SET' appears in the display.
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2 To set the clock: press the 'H' button.
The display will show 0:00 and the first digit (the hour indication)
will be blinking.
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3 Adjust the blinking digit by pressing the 'H' button again.
To advance the hours quickly, keep the button pressed in until you
have almost reached the correct hour. Then release the button and
set the exact hour by pressing the button briefly until the display
shows the correct hour.
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P.M. hours are indicated by a " " mark in the display window.
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4 Set the minutes by pressing the 'M' button.
Proceed in the same way as for setting the hours, but now use the 'M'
button instead of the 'H' button.
NOTE: After a power outage of more than 1 minute, you will
have to set the clock again.
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Using the Anti-Chlorine Filter
• This coffee maker features an Anti-Chlorine water filter. It helps
remove the smell and taste of chlorine from the water. Organic
particles, which cause a dusty taste, are also removed.The filter is
based on plant material and contains mineral silver salt, which helps
prevent the growth of bacteria.
The filter cannot change unhygienic water into drinking water.
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1
Remove the plastic packaging and rinse the (new) water filter
well with fresh tap water.
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2
Place the filter into the lower part of the special cassette.
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3
Close the 2 sections of the cassette together.
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4
Place the cassette with the filter into the water reservoir of
the Coffee Maker.
5
Slide the indicator to the number which corresponds with the
month (January = 1, February = 2, etc.)
This is a reminder of when you installed the filter, so it can be replaced
at the correct time. It is recommended to change the filter after
3 months.
Never use the filter longer than 6 months.
6
For coffee making pour the water into the water reservoir
via the filter cassette opening.
• Rinse the filter well with water if the Coffee Maker has not been
used for a couple of days.
• Replace the filter if it is not used for a longer period.
• When replacing the anti-chlorine filter, DO NOT discard special
cassette. Only the anti-chlorine filter is replaceable.
7 Remove the filter before descaling the Coffee Maker.
Only use the anti-chlorine water filter in a Philips Coffee Maker.
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Brewing Coffee
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1 Place a paper filter (type 1x4 or no.4) in the brew basket.
Do not forget to fold the sealed edges of the filter.
CAUTION:
To prevent overflow of brew basket, which could cause scalds and/or
property damage, always use a paper filter when brewing coffee and
clean the basket and basket drain hole after each use.
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HD7606/7610
HD7612
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2
Fill the water reservoir with cold water and put the glass
or Thermos carafe in place.
• The level indications on the left apply to large cups (8 oz.).
• The level indications on the right apply to small cups (5.5 oz.).
3
Put only regular grind or automatic drip grind coffee
in the filter.
For large cups: use one full measuring spoon of ground coffee
for each cup.
For small cups: use one level measuring spoon of ground coffee
for each cup.
IMPORTANT:
Be careful not to spill coffee grounds between the filter
and brew basket. Do not use coffee that has been ground too fine
as this could cause brew basket to overflow.
4
Close the lid.
HD7610 & HD7606:
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You can select the strength and amount of coffee by turning
the Flavor Selector Switch to desired position:
Gold [ for less than half a carafe of mild coffee
Gold p for more than half a carafe of mild coffee
Mocha p for more than half a carafe of robust coffee
Mocha [ for less than half a carafe of robust coffee
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HD7612: Flavor Select
• To the left for a smooth, rich flavor.
• To the right for a full, robust flavor.
The lid of the Thermos carafe should be closed.The coffee will
pour through the hole in the lid.
6
Turn the appliance on by pressing the Power Control
button (1) to "ON" position .
• HD7610 only: press A to turn coffee maker on or use the timer
(see below).
7
The Pause & Pour system allows you to pour a cup of coffee
while coffee’s still brewing. Simply remove the carafe and
pour coffee into a cup, then replace carafe into unit.
CAUTION:
Do not remove carafe for more than 30 seconds during the brewing
process, so that brew basket does not overflow.
8
Switch the appliance off by turning the Power Control Button
to "OFF" (0) position after each use.
HD7610 and HD7606:
If you have not switched off the appliance, it will switch off
automatically after two hours.
HD7612 only: The appliance will switch off automatically
directly after use.
• After coffee has brewed, allow coffee grinds to cool, then remove
the paper filter and throw it away.
Let the appliance cool down for at least 3 minutes before you start
brewing coffee again.
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HD 7612 only: to pour coffee with the Thermos carafe, put
your thumb on the thumbhold and turn it into the direction
of the spout.
• DO NOT reheat coffee by passing it through the Coffee Maker
brewing process again.
• Avoid areas of the Coffee Maker which may become hot or emit
steam while the Coffee Maker is on.
• Do not store the Coffee Maker until the warming plate has cooled.
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HD7610 only: switching the appliance on by setting the timer
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1 Press the 'AUTO' button to set the timer.
The yellow pilot light will go on.
2
Press the 'H' (Hour) button or the 'M' (Minute) button to
set the desired brew start time.
The corresponding digits will start blinking.
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M
3
Adjust the blinking digits forward by pressing the 'H' or
the 'M' button again.
A few seconds after you have finished setting the timer, the digits will
stop blinking and the normal time will reappear.
You can always check whether you have set the timer correctly by
pressing the 'AUTO' button.
The yellow pilot light goes on and the appliance will start brewing
coffee at the preset time.
4
The next time you want the Coffee Maker to switch on
automatically at the preset time, press the 'AUTO' button.
NOTE: After a power outage of more than 1 minute, you will
have to set the clock and the timer again.
HD7610 only: Coffee freshness indicator
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The display will alternately show the normal time and the
time that has elapsed since the brewing cycle was started
(preceded by the letter F), to monitor brewed coffee’s freshness.
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Cleaning
1
Unplug cord from electrical outlet.
2
Clean the outside of the appliance with a moist cloth.
Never immerse the appliance in water or any other liquid.
3
Clean the carafe and the brew basket in hot soapy water
or in the dishwasher.
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HD7612 only:
Wash the inside of the Thermos carafe using a soft brush, hot water
and detergent.
After cleaning, rinse the Thermos carafe with fresh hot water.
Do not clean in a dishwasher or submerge or immerse in water.
TIP: to remove any stubborn brown deposit, just put a spoonful of
baking soda with hot water into the carafe. Allow it to act for some
time. After this, you can easily wipe the deposit away with the brush.
Descaling
Regular descaling will prolong the life of your appliance and will
guarantee optimal brewing results for a long time.
In case of normal use:
• 2 or 3 times a year if you are using soft water.
• 4 to 5 times a year if you are using hard water.
1
Fill the water reservoir with white vinegar. Do not put a
filter or coffee in the brew basket.
2
Let the appliance complete two runs. Do not pour hot
vinegar back into the water reservoir. Allow it to cool first.
After the second run, discard vinegar.
3
Complete two more flushing cycles with clean water to
rinse away all vinegar residues.
4
Clean the separate parts.
Glass Carafe Safety Precautions
There is potential danger for personal injury if you fail to read and
follow these safety precautions.
Glass is fragile and can break which could result in personal injury.
• Do not use a cracked carafe or a carafe having a loose or
weakened handle.
• This carafe is designed to be used only on the keep-hot plate of
your Coffee Maker. Do not use on a gas or electric rangetop, or in a
microwave or conventional oven.
• To avoid breakage, handle carafe with care. Avoid impact. Glass will
break as a result of impact. Use care when filling with water to avoid
hitting faucet.
• Do not place hot carafe on a cool or wet surface. Allow to cool
before washing or adding liquids.
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• Do not set empty carafe on a hot heating surface.
• Do not clean carafe with steel wool pads, abrasive cleanser or any
other materials that may scratch.
• Do not place hands inside carafe.When handling, be careful if
wearing any hand jewelry, especially diamond rings. Jewelry can
scratch the glass, which increases possibility of breakage.
• Do not bump, scratch, or boil dry the carafe.
• Discard carafe if it is cracked, scratched, or heated while empty for
an extended period of time.
• To avoid accidents, do not pour in the direction of people.
• If stirring in the carafe, use only wooden, plastic, or rubber utensils.
Do not use metal utensils.
• Follow the above safety precautions carefully to avoid serious burn
injuries, which may result if breakage occurs while carafe holds
heated liquids.
For assistance
For assistance call toll free:
1-800-243-7884
or visit our website: www.philipsonline.com
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
Philips Electronics North America Corporation warrants each new
Philips product, model HD7606, HD7610, or HD7612, (except cord and
glass Thermos carafe), against defects in materials or workmanship for a
period of one year from the date of purchase.
IMPORTANT: This warranty does not cover damage resulting
from accident, misuse or abuse, lack of reasonable care, the affixing
of any attachment not provided with the product or loss of parts or
subjecting the product to any but the specified voltage.*
PHILIPS ELECTRONICS NORTH AMERICA CORPORATION
WILL NOT PAY FOR UNAUTHORIZED SERVICE OF ANY
TYPE.
NO RESPONSIBILITY IS ASSUMED FOR ANY SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
In order to address warranty issues, simply take or ship the product
back to the retail location where it was purchased.
* Read enclosed instructions carefully.
Manufactured for:
Norelco Consumer Products Company
A Division of Philips Electronics North America Corporation
1010 Washington Blvd., Stamford, CT 06912-0015
For Assistance call 1-800-243-7884
MADE IN HOLLAND.
This symbol on the product’s nameplate means
it is listed by Underwriters’ Laboratories, Inc.
PHILIPS and Philips Shield are Registered Trademarks of Koninklijke
Philips Electronics N.V.
© 2000 Philips Electronics North America Corporation.
All Rights Reserved.
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