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Russell Hobbs product_81 Product User Manual
instructions
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Read these instructions before use and keep them safe. If you pass the toaster on, pass
on the instructions too.
Remove all packaging, but keep it till you’re satisfied the toaster is working.
Important safeguards
Follow basic safety precautions, including:
1 This toaster should only be used by or under the supervision of a responsible adult.
Use and store the toaster out of reach of children.
2 Don’t put your toaster in liquid, don’t use it in a bathroom or near water
contained in a bath-tub, basin or any other vessel, and don’t use it
outdoors.
3 Sit the toaster upright, on a stable, level, heat-resistant surface, near a wall socket,
and out of reach of children.
4 Don’t use it near or below curtains or other combustible materials and watch it
while it’s hot, as bread can catch fire if overcooked.
5 The area round the toasting slots will get hot during use – don’t touch!
6 Route the cable so it doesn’t overhang and can’t be caught accidentally.
7 When using only one of a pair of toasting slots, don’t let anything get into the other
slot, as both slots will become “live” when you lower the bread carriage handle.
8 Don’t let the toasting slots become covered during toasting.
9 If a bread carriage gets jammed during the toasting cycle don’t try to release it. ,
Switch off the wall socket, if appropriate, and unplug the toaster. Leave it to cool
before carefully removing the bread. Don’t use a knife, fork, or other sharp
implement – you’ll damage the elements.
10 Don’t try to force oversized bread into a toasting slot, it may jam and create a fire
hazard. If the bread is too big to fit easily in the slot, trim it to size before toasting.
11 Don’t toast “buttered” items or try to make toasted sandwiches in the toaster, as
this will create a fire hazard.
12 Don’t use torn, curled up, or misshapen slices of bread, as these may jam the eject
mechanism.
13 Unplug the toaster after use, and let it cool down fully before cleaning and storing
away.
14 Clean the crumbs out of your toaster frequently, to avoid a build up of crumbs. This
is unhygienic and could cause a fire hazard.
15 Don’t use the toaster unless the crumb trays are fitted and closed.
16 Don’t connect this appliance to an external timer or remote control system.
17 Keep the toaster and cable away from hotplates, hobs and burners.
18 Don’t use the toaster if it’s damaged or malfunctions. If the cable is damaged, the
toaster must be returned, in order to avoid hazard.
household use only
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before using for the first time
1 Set both browning controls to the highest setting (6).
2 Operate the toaster without bread, to cure the new elements. This may smell a bit,
but it’s nothing to worry about. Ensure the room is well ventilated.
toasting bread
3 Sit the toaster upright, on a stable, level, heat resistant surface, clear of curtains and
other combustible materials. Don’t put it on or near anything that could be
damaged even by moderate sources of heat.
4 Plug the cable into the wall socket. If necessary, switch the socket on.
5 Put bread into the toasting slots (maximum thickness 25mm ).
6 You can treat the left and right pairs of toasting slots as two independent 2-slice
toasters.
7 Turn the browning control to the required setting (1 = light, 6 = dark).
8 Press the bread carriage handle down fully – it won’t lock down unless the toaster is
connected to the electricity supply.
9 When it’s done, the toast will pop up, and the elements will turn off.
, If you’re using both pairs of slots, they’ll probably pop up at different times.
eject 5
10 To stop a pair of slots before the toasting cycle has finished, press the 5 button
next to that pair of slots. The toast will pop up, and the elements will turn off. This
will not affect the other pair of slots.
frozen bread f
11 This feature takes the guesswork out of toasting frozen bread.
12 Leave the browning control at your favoured setting, insert the frozen bread, lower
the bread carriage handle, then press the f button next to that pair of slots.
13 The light by the button will come on, and the toasting time will be altered
automatically to give the same degree of browning you get with unfrozen bread.
caution don’t try to defrost bread – you’ll probably wreck the toaster
a) toasting frozen bread changes ice to steam, which escapes via the toasting slots
b) defrosting bread on a low setting changes ice to water, which drips into the
toaster, over the electronics and maybe the elements, causing mayhem
reheating toast m
14 There’s no need to adjust the browning control. Insert the toast, lower the bread
carriage handle, then press the m button. The light by the button will come on, the
toast will be given a short burst of heat, then pop up.
15 You must only reheat plain, “unbuttered” toast.
hints and tips
16 When toasting more than one slice of bread, use slices of similar size, thickness and
freshness.
17 Old (yesterday’s) bread contains less moisture, so makes crisper toast.
18 Old or thin bread cooks faster than fresh or thick bread – use a lighter setting.
19 Sweet bread products (tea cakes, fruit loaf, etc.) brown much more quickly than
ordinary bread, so should be toasted on a lighter setting.
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crumbs
20 Clean the crumbs out of your toaster frequently, to avoid a build up of crumbs. This
is unhygienic and could cause a fire hazard.
21 Unplug the toaster and let it cool down.
22 Pull the crumb trays out from underneath the rear of the toaster.
23 Empty them
24 Wipe with a damp cloth, dry, then replace them in the toaster.
25 Don’t use the toaster unless the crumb trays are fitted and closed.
care and maintenance
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Unplug the toaster and let it cool.
Wipe outer surfaces with a damp cloth. If necessary, use a little washing-up liquid.
Don’t let anything enter the slots, you might damage the elements.
Don’t put the toaster in water or any other liquid.
Don’t use harsh or abrasive cleaning agents or solvents.
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connection
The product must be earthed. It has a 13A BS1362 fuse in a 13A BS1363
plug. To replace the plug, fit the green/yellow wire to E or E, the blue
wire to N, and the brown wire to L. Fit the cord grip.
If in doubt, call an electrician.
Don’t use a non-rewireable/moulded plug unless the fuse cover is in
place. If you remove the plug, dispose of it.
service
If you ring Customer Service, please have the Model No. to hand, as we won’t be able
to help you without it. It’s on the rating plate (usually underneath the product).
The product isn’t user-serviceable. If it’s not working, read the instructions, check the
plug fuse and main fuse/circuit breaker. If it’s still not working, consult your retailer. If
that doesn’t solve the problem:
Pack carefully, with a note of your name, address, day phone number, and what’s
wrong. If under guarantee, say where and when purchased, and include proof of
purchase (till receipt). Send it to Customer Returns (address below right).
Customer Service
Customer Returns
(correspondence only)
Salton Europe Ltd
Salton Europe Ltd
Heath Mill Road
Failsworth
Wombourne
Manchester
Wolverhampton
M35 0HS
WV5 8AQ
Customer Service (service@saltoneurope.com)
telephone 0845 658 9700 (local rate number)
guarantee
Defects affecting product functionality appearing within one year of purchase will be
corrected by replacement or repair provided the product is used and maintained in
accordance with the instructions. Your statutory rights are not affected.
Documentation, packaging, and product specifications may change without notice.
online
439-535
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