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Philips Viva Collection All-in-One Multicooker HD2237/72 User manual
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HD2237_UM_Aus_v2.0
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Your electric pressure
cooker
Congratulations on your purchase, and welcome
to Philips!
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offers, register your product at www.Philips.com/
welcome.
2 Important
Safety
Read this user manual carefully before you use the
appliance, and save it for future reference.
Danger
• The appliance must not
be immersed in water,
nor rinsed under the
tap.
Warning
• Check if the voltage
indicated on the
appliance corresponds
to the local power
voltage before you
connect it.
• The appliance is
intended to be used
in household or similar
applications such as:
staff kitchen areas in
shops, offices, and
other residential type
environments;
• farm houses;
• by clients in hotels,
motels and other
residential type
environments;
• bed and breakfast
type environments.
This appliance is not
intended for use by
persons (including
children) with reduced
physical, sensory or
mental capabilities,
or lack of experience
and knowledge,
unless they have been
given supervision or
instruction concerning
use of the appliance by
a person responsible
for their safety.
Children should be
supervised to ensure
that they do not play
with the appliance.
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If the power cord set
is damaged, it must
be replaced by a cord
set available from the
manufacturer.
The appliance is
not intended to be
operated by means
of an external timer
or a separate remotecontrol system.
The ducts in the
pressure regulator
allowing the escape
of steam should be
checked regularly to
ensure that they are
not blocked.
The container must not
be opened until the
pressure has decreased
sufficiently.
Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not
be made by children.
Keep the appliance
and its cord out of
reach of children.
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WARNING: Always
follow the instructions
and use the appliance
properly to avoid
potential injury.
WARNING: Make sure
to avoid spillage on
the power connector
to avoid a potential
hazard.
CAUTION: Surface of
the heating element is
subject to residual heat
after use.
Use clean and soft
cloth to clean the
surfaces in contact with
food.
Only connect the
appliance to a
grounded power outlet.
Always make sure that
the plug is inserted
firmly into the power
outlet.
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Do not use the
appliance if the plug,
the power cord, the
inner pot, the sealing
ring, or the main body
is damaged.
Do not let the power
cord hang over the
edge of the table or
worktop on which the
appliance stands.
Make sure the
heating element, the
temperature sensor,
and the outside of the
inner pot are clean
and dry before you put
the plug in the power
outlet.
Do not plug in the
appliance or turn the
control knob with wet
hands.
Make sure the power
socket is clean and dry
before you plug in the
appliance.
Do not use the
appliance if too much
air or steam is leaking
from under the top lid.
When cooking soup or
viscous liquid, do not
release pressure by
turning the pressure
regulator to the
steam vent position,
otherwise liquid might
spurt from the pressure
regulator valve. Wait
until the pressure is
naturally released and
the floater has dropped
to open the top lid.
Caution
• Never use any
accessories or
parts from other
manufacturers or
that Philips does
not specifically
recommend. If you use
such accessories or
parts, your guarantee
becomes invalid.
• Do not expose the
appliance to high
temperatures, nor place
it on a working or still
hot stove or cooker.
• Do not expose the
appliance to direct
sunlight.
• Place the appliance
on a stable, horizontal,
and level surface.
• Do not use the handle
on the top lid to move
the appliance, use the
side handles instead.
• When pressure is
being released from
the pressure regulator
valve, hot steam or
liquid will be ejected.
Keep hands and face
away from the steam
vent.
• Always put the inner
pot in the appliance
before you put the plug
in the power outlet and
switch it on.
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Do not place the inner
pot directly over an
open fire to cook food.
Do not use the inner
pot if it is deformed.
Make sure that the
sealing ring is clean
and in good condition.
The accessible surfaces
may become hot
when the appliance is
operating. Take extra
caution when touching
the surfaces.
Beware of hot steam
coming out of the
floating valve and
pressure regulator valve
during cooking or when
you open the lid. Keep
hands and face away
from the appliance to
avoid the steam.
Do not lift and move
the appliance while it is
operating.
Do not exceed the
maximum water level
indicated in the inner
pot to prevent overflow.
Do not place the
cooking utensils inside
the pot while cooking.
Only use the cooking
utensils provided. Avoid
using sharp utensils.
To avoid scratches, it
is not recommended
to cook ingredients
with crustaceans and
shellfish. Remove the
hard shells before
cooking.
Do not place a
magnetic substance
on the lid. Do not use
the appliance near a
magnetic substance.
Always let the
appliance cool down
to room temperature
before you clean or
move it.
Always clean the
appliance after use. Do
not clean the appliance
in dishwasher.
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Always unplug the
appliance if not used
for a longer period.
If the appliance is
used improperly or
for professional or
semi-professional
purposes, or if it is
not used according
to the instructions in
this safety leaflet, the
guarantee becomes
invalid and Philips
refuses liability for any
damage caused.
Visit www.philips.com/
support to download
the user manual.
Electromagnetic fields (EMF)
This Philips appliance complies with all applicable
standards and regulations regarding exposure to
electromagnetic fields.
2 What’s in the box (fig. 1)
Main unit
Rice & Soup ladle
Measuring cup
User manual
Warranty card
Power cord
Steaming plate
Safety leaflet
Recipe booklet
3 Overview (fig. 1)
Product overview
a Lid handle
h Control Panel
b Top lid
i Heating element
c Detachable inner lid j Power socket
d Sealing ring
k Locking pin
Water level
e
indications
l Floater
f Side handle
m Pressure regulator
g Inner pot
n Safety valve
Controls overview
o Heating indicator
y Increase button
p Power indicator
z Cooking time button
q
Slow cook button
(low temperature)
{ Bake button
Normal cooking functions
Cooking
Default
Cooking time
function
cooking time
regulating range
Slow cook
(low
8 hours
2 - 12 hours
temperature)
Slow cook
(high
6 hours
2 - 12 hours
temperature)
Sauté/sear
(low
2 minutes
1 - 20 minutes
temperature)
Sauté/sear
(high
2 minutes
1 - 20 minutes
temperature)
20 minutes - 10
Stew
1 hour
hours
Yogurt
8 hours
6 - 12 hours
Bake
45 minutes
10 - 59 minutes
Reheat
10 minutes
8 - 25 minutes
4 Using the electric
pressure cooker
Before first use
1 Remove all packaging materials from the
appliance.
2 Take out all the accessories from the inner pot.
3 Clean the parts of the electric pressure cooker
thoroughly before using it for the first time (see
chapter ‘Cleaning and Maintenance’).
Note
•• Make sure all parts are completely dry before
you start using the electric pressure cooker.
Preparations before cooking
(fig. 2)
Before using the electric pressure cooker to cook
food, follow below preparation steps:
1 Hold the lid handle and turn it anti-clockwise
until the top lid cannot move any more, then lift
up the top lid.
2 Take out the inner pot from the electric pressure
cooker and put the pre-washed food in the inner
pot.
3 Wipe the outside of the inner pot dry, then put it
back into the electric pressure cooker.
4 Place the top lid onto the electric pressure
cooker and turn it clockwise. You will hear a
“click” sound when the top lid is properly locked.
Note
•• Make sure the sealing ring is properly
assembled around the edge of the detachable
inner lid.
•• Make sure the pressure regulator valve and
floating valve are clean and not blocked.
•• Make sure the outside of the inner pot is dry
and clean, and that there is no foreign residue
on the heating element.
•• Make sure the inner pot is in proper contact
with the heating element.
Cooking food (fig. 3)
| Yogurt button
Sauté/sear button
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(low temperature)
} Display screen
•• Do not fill the inner pot with less than 1/3 or
~ Stew button
•• For food that expands during cooking, do not
Sauté/sear button
(high temperature)
 Start/Reheat button
v Decrease button
€ Keep warm indicator
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Pressure cook
button
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Maintain pressure
indicator
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Cancel/Warm
button
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Start pressure
indicator
Functions overview
Pressure cooking functions
Default
pressure
keeping time
(minute)
Soup
20
Risotto
14
Rice
14
Steam
10
Meat/Poultry
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Manual
2
Cooking
function
Note
more than 2/3 full of food and liquid.
u Preset timer button
Pressure keeping
time regulating
range (minute)
20-59
Not adjustable
Not adjustable
5-59
12-59
2-59
Cooking time.
6 Press
or
to set the pressure keeping time.
7 Press Start/Reheat to start the cooking process.
8 When the electric pressure cooker reaches the
working pressure:
»»Maintain Pressure lights up;
9 When the pressure keeping time has elapsed,
the electric pressure cooker automatically
switches to keep warm mode.
»»The keep warm indicator (Keep warm) lights
up.
10 Turn the pressure regulator to vent.
»»The electric pressure cooker starts releasing
pressure.
»»The floater drops down when the pressure is
released sufficiently.
11 Hold the top lid handle and turn the lid anticlockwise until it cannot move any more, then lift
it up.
Assembling and disassembling
the pressure regulator
Warning
•• Do not disassemble the pressure regulator
during cooking. Always unplug the electric
pressure cooker and wait until the pressure
has been released sufficiently to do so.
• To disassemble the pressure regulator:
1 Turn the lower screw anticlockwise until it
becomes loose.
2 Pull it up and take out the pressure regulator.
fill the inner pot with more than 1/2 full of food
and liquid.
•• For rice cooking, follow the water level
indications on the inside of the inner pot. You
can adjust the water level for different types of
rice and according to your own preference. Do
not exceed the maximum quantities indicated
on the inside of the inner pot.
•• Make sure the floater on the top lid drops
down before cooking.
•• After the cooking process is started, you can
press Cancel/Warm to deactivate the current
work, and the appliance goes to standby
mode.
Pressure cooking
1 Follow the steps in “Preparations before
cooking”.
2 Turn the pressure regulator to seal.
3 Put the plug in the power socket.
»»The power indicator starts flashing.
4 Press Pressure cook to choose one of the
pressure cooking functions - Soup, Risotto, Rice,
Steam, Meat/Poultry or Manual.
»»The default pressure keeping time is displayed
on the screen.
Note
•• The pressure keeping time is not adjustable for
Risotto and Rice.
•• When cooking soup or viscous liquid, do
not release pressure by turning the pressure
regulator to vent, otherwise liquid might spurt
from the pressure regulator valve. Wait until
the pressure is naturally released and the
floater has dropped down to open the top lid.
•• The pressure keeping timer will start counting
down when the working pressure is reached.
•• After the cooking is finished and the pressure
is released, you can press the cancel button
(Warm/Cancel) and unplug the electric
pressure cooker to turn off the keep warm
function or when not in use.
Normal cooking
Note
•• For normal cooking, you can cook food
without adding water in the inner pot. In this
case, make sure to turn the pressure regulator
to bake.
•• Make sure to keep the top lid open for the
entire time when you cook food in the Sauté/
sear mode.
•• To choose the Reheat function, press Start/
Reheat when the appliance is in standby
mode.
To cook food with normal pressure, press the
cooking buttons and choose Slow cook, Sauté/
sear, Stew, Yogurt or Bake.
1 Follow the steps in “Preparations before
cooking”.
2 Turn the pressure regulator to bake or seal.
• For Slow cook, Stew and Yogurt, turn the
pressure regulator to seal.
• For Bake, turn the perssure regulator to bake.
3 Put the plug in the power socket.
»»The power indicator (Power) starts flashing.
4 Press the desired cooking function button to
choose a cooking mode.
5 To set a different cooking time, press Cooking
time.
»»The cooking time flashes on the screen.
6 Press or
to set the cooking time.
7 Press Start/Reheat to start the cooking process.
8 When the cooking time has elapsed, the electric
pressure cooker automatically switches to keep
warm or standby mode.
9 Turn the pressure regulator to vent.
10 Hold the top lid handle and turn the lid anticlockwise until it cannot move any more, then
lift it up.
Preset time for delayed cooking
(fig.4)
You can preset the delayed cooking time for
different cooking functions. The preset timer is
available up to 24 hours.
1 After the cooking function is selected, press
Preset timer.
»»The hour unit starts flashing on the display.
2 Press
or
to set the hour unit.
3 After the hour unit is set, press Preset timer
again.
»»The minute unit starts flashing on the display.
4 Press
or
to set the minute button.
5 Press Preset timer to confirm the preset time.
6 Press Start/Reheat to start the cooking process.
7 When the preset time has elapsed, the electric
pressure cooker starts working automatically.
Note
1 Assemble the lower screw back to the regulator.
2 Make sure the regulator points at the sealed
position (
) and put it back to the steam valve.
3 Turn the screw clockwise until it is fastened.
Surface of the top lid and outside of the main
body:
• Wipe with a cloth damped with soap water.
• Only use soft and dry cloth to wipe the control
panel.
• Make sure to remove all the food residues
around the pressure regulator valve and
floating valve.
Pressure regulator valve and floating valve:
• Disassemble the pressure regulator, soak it in
warm water, and clean with sponge.
• Remove food residues in the pressure
regulator valve and floating valve.
Accessories
Measuring cup, rice & soup ladle, and inner pot:
• Soak in hot water and clean with sponge.
6 Specifications
5 Cleaning and
Maintenance
Note
•• Unplug the electric pressure cooker before
starting to clean it.
•• Wait until the electric pressure cooker has
cooled down sufficiently before cleaning it.
Model Number
HD2237
Rated power output
1190-1415W
Rated capacity
6.0L
Warm keeping temperature
60-80°C
Note
•• Always unplug the appliance if not used for a
longer period.
Interior
Inside of the top lid and the main body:
• Wipe with wrung out and damp cloth.
• Make sure to remove all the food residues
stuck to the electric pressure cooker.
Heating element:
• Wipe with wrung out and damp cloth.
• Remove food residues with wrung out and
damp cloth.
Sealing ring:
• Soak in warm water and clean with sponge.
Inner lid:
• Remove the detachable inner lid. Soak it in
warm water and clean with sponge.
7 Recycling
Do not throw away the product with the normal
household waste at the end of its life, but hand it in
at an official collection point for recycling. By doing
this, you help to preserve the environment.
Follow your country's rules for the separate
collection of electrical and electronic products.
Correct disposal helps prevent negative
consequences for the environment and human
health.
8 Guarantee and service
If you need service or information, or if you have a
problem, visit the Philips website at
www.philips.com or contact the Philips Customer
Care Center in your country. You can find its phone
number in the worldwide guarantee leaflet. If there
is no Customer Care Center in your country, go to
your local Philips dealer.
9 Troubleshooting
If your electric pressure cooker does not function properly or if the cooking quality is insufficient, consult the
table below. If you are unable to solve the problem, contact a Philips service center or the Consumer Care
Center in your country.
Problem
Cause
Solution
Pressure
Control Valve
I have difficulties
opening the lid after
cooking.
I have difficulties
closing the top lid.
Floater
bake
seal
Need to release the
pressure.
vent
Set the pressure control valve to 'Vent'.
And wait until the floater has dropped.
Floater stuck in up
position.
Set the pressure control valve to 'Vent'.
And wait until the floater has dropped.
The sealing ring is not well
assembled.
Make sure the sealing ring is well assembled
around the inside of the top lid.
The floater stuck in up
position.
The floater blocks the locking pin. Push down the
floater so that it does not block the locking pin.
Sealing ring
Sealing ring missing.
Sealing ring
Inner lid
Inner lid
Put sealing ring in place correctly on inner lid.
Leaking from under lid.
Food or debris under
sealing ring.
Remove the sealing ring, clean and replace.
Lid not correctly closed.
Open and reclose the lid, checking for correct
closing.
The pressure level inside
of the appliance is
abnormal.
In this case the safety valve will be releasing
steam. Take the appliance to your Philips dealer
or a service center authorized by Philips.
Sealing ring broken.
Replace the sealing ring.
Food or debris under
sealing ring.
Remove the sealing ring, clean and replace.
Food&water are below
minimum level.
Add food/water. Make sure there is enough food
and water in the inner pot.
Leaking from lid or
pressure control valve.
Take the appliance to a Philips service dealer.
E3 displays on the
screen.
The temperature inside
the inner pot is too high.
Wait until it falls down to room temperature.
E1, E2, or E4 displays
on the screen.
The electric pressure
cooker has malfunction.
Take the appliance to a Philips service center.
Leaking from floater
•• The preset function is not available in the
following modes: Sauté/Sear (both low and
high temperatures), Reheat and Warm.
Exterior
• To assemble the pressure regulator:
Note
Slow cook button
r
(high temperature)
t
5 To set a different pressure keeping time, press
Floater does not rise
up after the appliance
starts pressurizing.
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