Bartscher 370191 Waffle maker 2HW211 Operating instructions

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1HW211 - 1BW160-101 2HW211 - 2BW160-101
370174 - 370175 - 370191 - 370193
Bartscher GmbH
Franz-Kleine-Str. 28
D-33154 Salzkotten
Germany
Phone: +49 5258 971-0
Fax: +49 5258 971-120
Technical Support Hotline: +49 5258 971-197
www.bartscher.com
Version: 1.0
Date of preparation: 2019-09-23
EN
Original instruction manual
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Safety ............................................................................................................ 2
1.1
Explanation of signal words ..................................................................... 2
1.2
Safety instructions.................................................................................... 3
1.3
Intended use ............................................................................................ 6
1.4
Unintended use ........................................................................................ 6
General information ....................................................................................... 7
2.1
Liability and warranty ............................................................................... 7
2.2
Copyright protection ................................................................................. 7
2.3
Declaration of conformity ......................................................................... 7
Transport, packaging and storage ................................................................. 8
3.1
Delivery check ......................................................................................... 8
3.2
Packaging ................................................................................................ 8
3.3
Storage .................................................................................................... 8
Technical data ............................................................................................... 9
4.1
Technical specifications ........................................................................... 9
4.2
List of components of the appliance....................................................... 11
4.3
Functions of the appliance ..................................................................... 12
Installation and operation ............................................................................ 13
5.1
Installation.............................................................................................. 13
5.2
Operation ............................................................................................... 14
Cleaning ...................................................................................................... 18
6.1
Safety Instructions for cleaning .............................................................. 18
6.2
Cleaning................................................................................................. 18
Possible Malfunctions .................................................................................. 19
Disposal ....................................................................................................... 20
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Read this instruction manual before using and keep it available
at all times!
This instruction manual contains information about installation, operation and
maintenance of the appliance and constitutes an important source of information
and reference guide. The knowledge of all operational and safety instructions
included in this manual is a prerequisite for safe and proper handling of the
appliance. Additionally, accident prevention, occupational health and safety, and
legal regulations in force in the area the appliance is used apply.
Before you start using the appliance, especially before turning it on, read this
instruction manual in order to avoid personal injuries and property damages.
Improper use may cause damage.
This instruction manual forms and integral part of the product and must be stored in
an immediate vicinity of the appliance and be available at all times. The instruction
manual should be transferred together with the appliance.
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Safety
This appliance has been manufactured in accordance with technical standards
currently in force. However, the appliance may be a source of hazards if used
improperly or contrary to its intended purpose. All persons using the appliance must
consider information included in this instruction manual and observe safety
instructions.
1.1
Explanation of signal words
Important safety instructions and warning information are indicated in this
instruction manual with appropriate signal words. You must strictly follow the
instructions, to prevent accidents, personal injuries and property damages.
DANGER!
The signal word DANGER warns against hazards that lead to severe
injuries or death if the hazards are not avoided.
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WARNING!
The signal word WARNING warns against hazards that may lead to
moderate or severe injuries or death if the hazards are not avoided.
CAUTION!
The signal word CAUTION warns against hazards that may lead to
light or moderate injuries if the hazards are not avoided.
, di e
IMPORTANT!
The signal word IMPORTANT indicates possible property damages,
which may occur if safety instructions are not observed.
NOTE!
The symbol NOTE indicates subsequent information and guidelines
for the user on usage of the appliance.
1.2
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Safety instructions
Electrical current
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Too high a mains voltage or incorrect installation may cause electric shock.
The appliance may be connected only if data on the rating plate correspond with
the mains voltage.
To avoid short-circuit, the appliance should be kept dry.
If there are malfunctions during operation, disconnect the appliance from the
power supply.
Do not touch the appliance’s plug with wet hands.
Never take hold of the appliance if it has fallen into water. Immediately
disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
Any repairs or housing opening may be carried out by professionals and
relevant workshops only.
Do not transport the appliance, holding it by the power cord.
Do not allow the power cord to come into contact with heat sources or sharp
edges.
Do not bend, pinch nor knot the power cord.
Always completely unwind the power cord.
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Safety
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Never place the appliance or other objects on the power cord.
Always take hold of the plug to disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
Flammable materials
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Never subject the appliance to contact with high temperature sources, e.g.:
oven, furnace, open flame, heat generating devices, etc.
To avoid fire hazard, clean the appliance regularly.
Do not cover the appliance with, e.g., aluminium foil or cloths.
Use the appliance only with materials designated to this end and with correct
temperature settings. Materials, groceries and left-overs remaining in the
appliance may catch fire.
Never use the appliance near flammable or inflammable materials, e.g.: petrol,
spirit, alcohol, etc. High temperature triggers evaporation of these materials,
and, as a result of contact with sources of ignition, an explosion may occur.
In case of fire, disconnect the appliance from the power supply before
attempting suitable fire-extinguishing actions.
Never attempt to extinguish fire with water if the appliance is connected to the
power supply. Following extinction of fire, ensure sufficient fresh air inflow.
Hot surfaces
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Surfaces of the appliance become hot during operation. Burning hazard! High
temperature remains for some time after switching the appliance off.
Do not touch any hot surfaces of the appliance. Use the provided handling
elements and holders.
You may transport and clean the appliance after it cools down entirely.
It is prohibited to sprinkle hot surfaces with cold water or flammable liquids.
Supervised usage only
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Only supervised appliance may be used.
Always remain in an immediate vicinity of the appliance.
Operating personnel
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The appliance may only be operated by qualified personnel and trained
specialist personnel.
This appliance may not be operated by persons (including children) with limited
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, nor by persons with limited experience
and/or limited knowledge.
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Children should be supervised to ensure that they are not playing with or
switching on the appliance.
Improper use
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Unintended or prohibited use may cause damage to the appliance.
The appliance may only be used in a technically flawless condition, providing for
safe use.
The appliance may only be used with connections in a technically flawless
condition, providing for safe use.
The appliance may only be used clean.
Use only original spare parts. Never attempt to repair the appliance on your
own.
Do not attempt to modify nor alter the appliance.
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1.3
Intended use
As described below, every use of the appliance for a purpose differing and/or
diverging from its intended standard use, is prohibited and considered to be an
unintended use.
The following is an intended use:
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1.4
Baking waffles.
Unintended use
An unintended use may lead to personal injuries or property damages caused by
hazardous voltage, fire or high temperature. The appliance may only be used to
perform tasks described in this instruction manual.
The following is an unintended use:
–
Baking unsuitable floury products.
EN
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General information
2
2.1
General information
Liability and warranty
All information and instructions in this instruction manual account for legal
regulations in force, current level of technical engineering knowledge as well as our
expertise and experience, developed over the years. If special models or additional
options are ordered, or state-of-the-art technical solutions were implemented, the
actual scope of delivery of the appliance may, in some circumstances, differ from
descriptions and numerous drawings in this instruction manual.
The manufacturer is not liable for any damages nor faults stemming from:
– failure to observe instructions,
– unintended use,
– technical alterations introduced by the user,
– usage of unapproved spare parts.
We reserve the right to introduce technical modifications to the product, intended for
improvement of the appliance and its performance.
2.2
Copyright protection
EN
This instruction manual, and texts, drawings and images included in it, as well as its
other components are copyright protected. It is prohibited to reproduce this
instruction manual (including its excerpts), in any form and by any means, and to
use and/or transfer its content to third parties without manufacturer’s written
permission. Violation of the above results in obligation to pay compensation. We
reserve the right to claim further damages.
2.3
Declaration of conformity
The appliance meets the currently applicable standards and guidelines of the
European Union. We confirm the above in the EC Declaration of Conformity. We
may provide relevant Declaration of Conformity upon request.
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Transport, packaging and storage
3
Transport, packaging and storage
3.1
Delivery check
Immediately upon reception, check the delivery for completeness and possible
shipping damage. In the case of visible transport damage refuse to accept the
appliance or accept it conditionally. Mark and note the scope of damage in shipping
documents/consignment list of the shipping company and lodge a complaint.
Concealed damage must be reported immediately upon its discovery, as
compensation claims may only be filed within applicable time limits.
If you find that parts or accessories missing, please contact our Customer Service
Department.
3.2
EN
Packaging
Do not dispose of the appliance cardboard box. It may be used to store the
appliance when relocating or when shipping the appliance to our service point in the
case of any damages.
The packaging and its elements are made of recyclable materials. Particularly,
these are: plastic films and bags, cardboard box.
When disposing of the packaging, observe applicable domestic regulations.
Recyclable packaging materials should be recycled.
3.3
Storage
Leave the packaging closed until installation of the appliance; observe external
indications concerning method of placing and storage. Store the packaging in the
following conditions only:
– in closed rooms;
– in dry and dust-free surrounding;
– away from aggressive agents;
– in a location protected against sunlight;
– in a location protected against mechanical shocks.
In the case of extended storage (over three months), make sure you check the
condition of the packaging and the parts regularly. If needed, replace the packaging
with a new one.
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Technical data
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4.1
Technical data
Technical specifications
Name:
Waffle maker 1HW211
Item No.:
370174
Material:
Stainless steel
Baking trays material:
Cast iron, enamelled
Number of baking units:
1
Waffle shape:
Heart shape
Waffle size (W x D), in mm:
Ø 210
Waffle height, in mm:
16
Temperature range in °C:
50 - 300
Power supply:
2,2 kW / 230 V / 50-60 Hz
Dimensions (W x D x H) in mm:
285 x 460 x 220
Weight in kg:
15,4
Name:
Waffle maker 1BW160-101
Item No.:
370175
Material:
Stainless steel
Baking trays material:
Cast iron, enamelled
Number of baking units:
1
Waffle shape:
Brussels waffle
Waffle size (W x D), in mm:
160 x 100
Waffle height, in mm:
32
Temperature range in °C:
50 - 300
Power supply:
2,2 kW / 230 V / 50-60 Hz
Dimensions (W x D x H) in mm:
285 x 460 x 245
Weight in kg:
21,8
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Technical data
EN
Name:
Waffle maker 2HW211
Item No.:
370191
Material:
Stainless steel
Baking trays material:
Cast iron, enamelled
Number of baking units:
2
Waffle shape:
Heart shape
Waffle size (W x D), in mm:
Ø 210
Waffle height, in mm:
16
Temperature range in °C:
50 - 300
Power supply:
4,4 kW / 2 x 230 V / 50-60 Hz
Dimensions (W x D x H) in mm:
600 x 470 x 220
Weight in kg:
31,1
Name:
Waffle maker 2BW160-101
Item No.:
370193
Material:
Stainless steel
Baking trays material:
Cast iron, enamelled
Number of baking units:
2
Waffle shape:
Brussels waffle
Waffle size (W x D), in mm:
160 x 100
Waffle height, in mm:
32
Temperature range in °C:
50 - 300
Power supply:
4,4 kW / 2 x 230 V / 50-60 Hz
Dimensions (W x D x H) in mm:
600 x 470 x 245
Weight in kg:
43,7
We reserve the right to implement technical modifications!
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Technical data
4.2
List of components of the appliance
370174 - 370191
Fig. 1
370175 - 370193
Fig. 2
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Technical data
Description for Fig. 1 + 2
1. Grip
3. Bottom baking tray
5. Temperature controller
7. Housing
2. Top baking tray
4. ON/OFF switch with integrated power
indicator light (green)
6. Heating up indicator light
Version / Characteristics
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Baking tray type: permanently mounted
Temperature control: thermostatic, stepless
Control: knob
ON/OFF switch for each baking unit
Baking units controlled separately
Indicator light: ON/OFF, heating up
<Endergebnis>
EN
4.3
Functions of the appliance
When the baking trays are heated up to the required temperature, you may bake
waffles of various shapes (Brussels waffles or heart-shaped waffles).
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Installation and operation
5
Installation and operation
5.1
Installation
CAUTION!
Incorrect installation, positioning, operation, maintenance or misuse of
the appliance may lead to personal injury or property damage.
Positioning and installation, as well as repairs may be performed by
authorised technical service only and in compliance with the applicable
national law.
Unpacking / Positioning
•
Unpack the appliance, remove all external and internal packaging elements and
shipment safeguards.
CAUTION!
EN
Choking hazard!
Prevent children from accessing package materials, for instance: plastic
bags and EPS.
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If the appliance is covered with a protective film, remove it. Remove the film
slowly, so no glue residues are left. Remove any glue residues with the use of a
suitable solvent.
Be careful not to damage the rating plate and warning labels fixed on the
appliance.
Never place the appliance in humid or wet environment.
Place the appliance in a way making the connections easily accessible, so that
they may be quickly disconnected if such a need arises.
The appliance should be placed on surfaces that are:
– even, with sufficient bearing capacity, resistant to water, dry and resistant
to high temperatures;
– sufficiently large, and thus enabling usage of the appliance with no
problems;
– easily accessible;
– well ventilated.
Maintain sufficient clearance from table edges. The appliance might turn over
and fall down.
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•
Leave at least 20 cm clearance from flammable walls and items.
Power supply connection
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Verify if technical data of the appliance (see rating plate) correspond with the
local electric power grid specification.
Connect the appliance to a single, properly grounded mains socket with
protective contact. Do not connect the appliance to a multi-socket.
The power cord should be laid in a way preventing anyone from threading on it
or tripping against it.
•
In order to connect the waffle maker, 2 separate sockets are required.
•
Do not use the appliance with an external timer or remote control.
5.2
Operation
WARNING!
EN
Risk of burns!
When in use, the baking trays and external surfaces of the appliance get
very hot.
Do not touch hot surfaces.
When operating the appliance, you may touch just the grip or the control
elements (temperature controller, ON/OFF switch).
Before the First Use
1. Before use, clean the appliance, observing instructions in section 6 “Cleaning”.
2. Before the first use, heat the open appliance up without batter for approx. an
hour with temperature set to 180°C – 200°C. Observe indications in the
“Switching on and Heating up the Appliance” section.
Due to post-production remains, there may be a smoke produced during heating up.
This smoke is not hazardous to users and will not be generated during subsequent
operation of the appliance. Ensure proper ventilation during first heating.
3. Moisten the baking trays with food oil three or four times. Owing to this, the
pores in the cast iron trays will close and special film will be formed.
Switching on and Heating up the Appliance
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1. Prepare the waffle batter according to your recipe or our proposal (section
“Indications and Tips”).
2. Close the upper baking tray with the use of the grip.
3. Plug the appliance into a suitable single grounded socket.
4. Switch the ON/OFF switch to “I” position.
The green indicator light in the ON/OFF switch lights up.
5. Set the required temperature (up to 300°C). The orange heating indicator light
will be lit, signalling that the appliance is switched on.
Each baking unit features its own temperature controller thus they may be set and
operated independently.
The optimum temperature for making waffles is in the range of 200 °C – 250 °C.
The heating up time is approx. 10 minutes.
NOTE!
For best results, heat the appliance up to the appropriate temperature
before making waffles.
When the pre-set temperature is reached, the orange heating up indicator light goes
off and the waffle making process may commence.
EN
Baking Waffles
WARNING!
Risk of burns!
Touching hot baked products with bare fingers or hands may cause
burns.
Hot baked products should be removed only with the use of wooden or
plastic paddle resistant to high temperature.
1. Open the heated appliance with the use of the grip and make sure that the
upper tray is opened up to the limit.
2. Use a ladle or a spoon to pour the prepared batter onto the bottom baking tray,
starting from the middle and spreading it uniformly. Pay attention to the amount
of batter, as an excess of batter may spill over the edges of the appliance.
3. Close the appliance and use the grip to press the upper baking tray down to
spread the batter uniformly.
4. Depending on the required browning level, bake for approx. 2–3 minutes.
5. Using the grip, open the appliance and carefully remove the prepared waffle.
6. Place the prepared waffle aside on the grate to cool down.
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Batter may be poured immediately after removing the prepared waffle.
7. Bake the required number of waffles according to the description above.
8. When the waffles are baked, set the temperature controller to “0”.
9. Set the ON/OFF switch to “O” position and disconnect the appliance from
power supply outlet (pull the plug out).
Indications and Tips
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EN
Before you start preparing the batter, its ingredients should be kept for some
time in room temperature.
• The batter will be more fluffy if you sieve the flour first.
• Separate egg yolks from egg whites and add the yolks to the batter first. Whip
the whites to compact foam and stir the foam gently at the end, without whipping
it. This will help to make the batter and, in turn, the waffles fluffier.
• Melt the butter in low temperature. Leave it to cool down and add to the batter
when it is lukewarm.
• In the case of recipes including milk, it may be replaced with mineral water. This
will reduce the amount of baking powder needed because of carbon dioxide
content in mineral water.
• Prior to longer processing, leave the batter for a half an hour to rest. Use the
batter at once, and do not store for longer periods of time.
• Add ingredients such as nuts, baking flavours, etc. to the batter at the very end.
Waffles taste best when fresh from the waffle maker. Serve the waffles to your
liking, e.g. with powder sugar, honey, syrup, ice-creams or other specials.
• To get crispy waffles, leave them side by side to cool down on a grate. Stacking
waffles may cause them to go soft.
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•
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Ready and cooled waffles may be frozen. For the waffles not to stick together,
they should be interlaced with baking or breakfast paper and frozen in plastic
bags for deep-frozen foods or containers suitable for freezers.
Remove the required number of waffles from the freezer and leave them to thaw
in room temperature. Heat them before serving in an oven at 100°C. Place them
in a container with a cover or wrap in aluminium foil. It will prevent them from
drying out in high temperature.
Recipe for crispy waffles (approx. 10 waffles)
500 g
300 g
400 g
6
2 packs
½ tsp.
pinch
Flour
Sugar
Butter
Eggs
Vanilla sugar
Baking powder or baking soda
Salt
1. Mix the flour, baking powder (or baking soda), salt, sugar and vanilla sugar in a
bowl, then make a small hole in the middle of the mixture.
2. Melt the butter and leave it to cool down.
3. Mix the butter with eggs.
4. Pour the mixture into the hole in the mixing bowl.
5. Combine all ingredients into a smooth batter.
6. Leave the batter to rest for at least half an hour before baking.
7. Depending on the required browning level, bake the waffles for approx. 2–3
minutes in the temperature of 200°C.
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Cleaning
6
Cleaning
6.1
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Before cleaning, disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
Leave the appliance to cool down completely.
Make sure water does not enter the appliance. Do not immerse the appliance in
water or other liquids during cleaning. Do not clean the appliance with a
pressurized water jet.
Do not use any sharp or pointed, nor metal implements (knife, fork, etc.). Sharp
or pointed implements may damage the appliance, and when in contact with live
parts, they may cause electric shock.
For cleaning, do not use any scouring agents that contain solvents nor corrosive
cleaning agents. They may damage the surface.
6.2
EN
Safety Instructions for cleaning
Cleaning
1. Clean the appliance daily.
2. Clean the appliance dry or with use of moistened cloth only. Make sure that the
moisture, oil, or fat do not enter the appliance.
3. Remove the baking left-overs when they are still warm, using the attached
cleaning brush.
4. Never wash the appliance in a dishwasher.
5. Clean the housing with a soft cloth and mild cleaning agent. Wipe it with clean,
soft cloth. Dry the appliance thoroughly.
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Possible Malfunctions
7
Possible Malfunctions
Mögliche
The table below contains descriptions of possible causes and solutions to
malfunctions or errors during operation of the appliance. When malfunction cannot
be removed, contact the technical service.
Error
Possible Cause
The appliance is
Abnormal or interrupted
power supply.
connected to the power
supply but the green power
supply indicator is not lit.
Electric power supply
safety fuse damaged.
Solution
Check the power supply
and the cable for
damage or faults.
Check the fuse, connect
the appliance to another
socket.
No power supply.
Check electric power
supply.
The appliance is
connected to the power
supply, switched on, the
temperature is set, the
orange indicator light is on
but the baking trays do not
heat up.
Damaged thermostat.
Contact the service
company.
At least one of the
heaters is damaged.
Contact the service
company.
The appliance is
connected to the power
supply, switched on, but
the temperature cannot be
set.
Damaged temperature
controller.
Contact the service
company.
The orange heating up
indicator light is not lit,
although the baking trays
are heating up.
Damaged heating control Contact the service
light.
company.
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Disposal
Error
Possible Cause
Solution
The waffles are not baked
on the upper side.
Insufficient amount of
batter (it does not touch
the upper tray).
Pour more batter.
The batter insufficiently
increases its volume
(insufficient baking
powder amount).
Add more baking powder
to the batter.
The upper tray opened
for too long and cools
down too much.
Do not open the waffle
maker for too long.
When malfunc tion c annot be removed:
-
do not open the housi ng;
infor m the ser vic e c ompany or c ontac t the s upplier and pr ovide the foll owing data:
type of malfunction;
When malfunction cannot be removed:
–
–
EN
8
do not open the housing;
inform the service company or contact the supplier and provide the following
data:
– type of malfunction;
– code number and serial number (to read from the rating plate of the
device).
Disposal
Electrical appliance
Electric appliances are marked with this symbol. Electrical
appliances must be disposed of and recycled in a correct
and environmentally friendly manner. You must not dispose
of electric appliances with household waste. Disconnect the
appliance from the power supply and remove power cord
from the appliance.
Electrical appliances should be returned to designated collection points.
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