HA-3433A User Manual
STAINLESS STEEL
ELECTRIC MEAT GRINDER
Model: HA-3433A
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Before operating your new appliance, please read all instructions carefully and keep
for future reference.
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IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed,
including the following:
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Read ALL instructions before using this appliance.
Do not leave the appliance unattended while in use. Always unplug from outlet when not in use,
before putting on or taking off parts, and before cleaning.
To protect against risk of electrical shock, do not put appliance in water or any other liquids.
Keep the appliance out of the reach of children and pets. This product is not intended for use
by children.
Close supervision is necessary when this product is used by or near children.
Do not place this appliance on or near gas or electric burners or stoves. Do not place this
appliance inside or on top of a heated conventional oven, microwave oven, or other heat source
or a dishwasher.
Always place the appliance on a flat, steady, stable, heat-resistant surface.
Use the appliance in a well-ventilated area.
Do not let the Power Cord or plug hang over the edge of a table or countertop where it may be
tripped over or pulled, come in contact with sharp edges or touch hot surfaces.
Do not submerse or expose the electrical components of this product to water or any other
liquids.
Do not use attachments not recommended or sold by the product manufacturer, as a risk of fire,
electrical shock, or serious personal injury may result.
CAUTION: NEVER FEED FOOD BY HAND. Always use the food pusher. Keep hands, hair,
clothing and utensils away from the cutting discs during operation to reduce the risk of personal
injury and/or damage to the meat grinder.
WARNING: The cutting blade is sharp; always handle with care when using and while cleaning.
Only plug the product into a standard 120V AC electrical outlet.
CAUTION: NEVER PUT YOUR FINGERS NEAR THE FOOD CHUTE WHILE GRINDER IS IN
OPERATION.
Do not plug or unplug the product from the electrical outlet with a wet hand.
Never operate the product while you are standing/sitting in a damp or wet area.
To avoid a circuit overload, do not operate another electrical product on the same electrical
circuit as this product.
Disconnect the plug (do not pull on Power Cord) from the electrical outlet. Do not put any stress
on the Power Cord where it connects to the product, as the Power Cord could fray and break.
Never operate this appliance if it has a damaged Power Cord or plug, is not working properly,
has been dropped or damaged in any manner, or the Power Cord or Handle has been exposed
to water or any other liquids. Do not attempt to examine or repair this product yourself.
Contact Customer Service at Maxi-Matic for further instructions.
Do not use any abrasive cleaning agents or cleaning cloths or sponges when cleaning the
appliance.
Do not use fingers to scrape food away from the cutting blade while appliance is in operation as
injury may result.
Only use this unit when it is completely and properly assembled.
This product is intended for indoor, non-commercial, non-industrial, household use only. Do
not use outdoors.
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SHORT CORD
PURPOSE
NOTE: A short power cord is provided to reduce the risk of personal injury resulting from becoming
entangled in or tripping over a longer cord.
Longer power-supply cords or extension cords are available and may be used if care is
exercised in their use.
If an extension cord is used: (1) the marked electrical rating of the extension cord should be at least
as great as the electrical rating of the product; (2) the extension cord should be arranged so that it
will not drape over the countertop or tabletop where it can unintentionally be pulled on or tripped over
by children or pets.
POLARIZED
PLUG
If this appliance is equipped with a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other), please follow
the below instructions:
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, this plug is intended to fit into a polarized outlet only one way.
If you are unable to fit the plug into the electrical outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug still does
not fit, contact a qualified electrician. Never use the plug with an extension cord unless the plug can
be fully inserted into the extension cord. Do not alter the plug of the product or any extension cord
being used with this product. Do not attempt to defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
THIS UNIT IS INTENDED FOR
HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY.
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PARTS
IDENTIFICATION
*This unit does not include the Medium Cutting Disc. To purchase the disc separately, please visit
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Sausage Stuffing Tube
Kebbe Attachment
Food Pusher
Food Tray
Coarse Cutting Disc
Cutting Blade
Food Tube
On/Off Toggle Switch
Screw Ring
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Fine Cutting Disc
Feed Screw
Washer (Plastic)
Washer (Steel)
O-Ring (Black Rubber)
Suction Feet
Locking Knob
Main Body/Motor
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ASSEMBLY THE
MEAT GRINDER
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Insert the feed screw into the grinder
tube with the long end of the spindle
first. (See Figure 1)
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Insert the grinder head into the motor
unit opening. Turn it slowly and push it
in until it is firmly seated. (See Figure 5)
Note: The locking knob may need to be
loosened to allow the grinder heat to be
fully inserted.
Position the cutting blade onto the feed
screw with the flat cutting sides facing
out. (See Figure 2)
Position the desired cutting disc onto the
feed screw against the flat sides of the
cutting blade. Ensure the notches of the
cutting plate fit into the slots of the
grinder tube. (See Figure 3)
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Secure the grinder head by turning
the locking knob until it is tight.
Caution not to screw too tightly or
the construction may crack. (See
Figure 6)
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Position the feeding tray onto the
top of the feeding tube. (See Figure
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Use the food pusher to push food
gently, one piece at a time into the
feeding tube. Do not force the food
into the tube if there is obstruction.
(See Figure 8)
Securely attach the screw ring to the end
of the grinder tube. (See Figure 4)
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HOW TO USE THE
MEAT GRINDER
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Place the assembled appliance on a stable
work surface so that the air vents at the
bottom and back remain unblocked.
Make sure the on/off switch is in the off
position. Insert the plug into an electrical
outlet.
Place a wide, shallow bowl or plate
beneath the grinder tube to catch the
food.
Switch the appliance to ON. The grinder
must ALWAYS be on before adding food
into the food tube.
NOTE: If the motor slows or stops, this
may be due to jammed food. Immediately
switch the grinder to OFF. Set the switch
to Reverse and then turn the grinder to ON
again. If the grinder should get jammed
again, you may need to switch it off,
unplug, disassemble the grinder head and
clean the internal parts.
CUTTING DISC SUGGESTIONS:
The following are suggested uses for each of
the cutting discs. Experiment to choose the
disc that best meets your tastes or recipes.
COARSE CUTTING DISC: For ground meat
used in chili or for vegetables.
MEDIUM CUTTING DISC: For ground meat
used in soups or for relishes.
(not included with model HA-3433A)
FINE CUTTING DISC: For spreads, pates, baby
food, and hamburger meat.
AFTER USE:
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Grinding stale bread pieces through the
machine may help remove food residue
left in the grinder after use.
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Switch the appliance to OFF and unplug
from the electrical outlet.
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Disassemble and clean all parts
immediately after each use.
HOW TO USE THE SAUSAGE STUFFER
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You will need sausage casings, either natural or synthetic, which can be purchased from your
local meat market. If purchased dry, casings should be soaked briefly in a mixture of 2 cups of
water to 1 tablespoon of vinegar. Meats must be ground and seasoned before making sausage
links.
ATTACH SAUSAGE STUFFER
1. Insert the feed screw into the grinder tube.
2. Place the coarse cutting disc onto the feed screw.
This provides a bearing to position end of feed
screw.
3. Place sausage stuffer through screw ring.
Securely attach screw ring to grinder tube.
4. Insert the grinder tube into the main motor unit and tighten locking knob to secure.
TO STUFF THE CASINGS:
1. Cut casing into 2 or 3 feet lengths. Prick with a pin to allow
air to escape while stuffing.
2. Pull and gather the casing, except the last four inches, over
the stuffer attachment.
3. Stuff casing loosely as the meat will expand slightly when
cooking it.
4. As the casing begins to fill, tie the end securely with a string
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HOW TO USE THE
MEAT GRINDER (CONT.)
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Twist the casing into desired link size and shape as the meat fills it.
You can also twist and knot the casing directly, without using a string.
HOW TO USE THE KEBBE ATTACHMENT:
**WHAT IS KEBBE?
Kebbe (also Kibbeh, kibbee, kubba), is a dish of minced meat with bulgur and spices with many
variants, both raw and cooked. It is a popular dish in the Levant, sometimes considered the national
dish of Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, and Turkey. In its most common form, it consists of minced lamb mixed
with bulgur and spices, stuffed inside a bulgur pastry crust and grilled, boiled or fried. The shape, size
and ingredients vary between different types of kebbe and between the recipes traditional in different
areas. The mix of spices changes as does the composition of the crust.
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The Kebbe maker attachment (Q) has two parts, the shaper and the cone. Follow the assembly
instructions (see assembly of grinding attachments) up until the worm screw is fitted onto the
motor shaft inside the grinding head.
Insert the kebbe maker with the rounded side facing out. Insert the securing cone and tighten
the ring nut onto the head.
Feed the kebbe mixture through the food funnel using the food pusher. The mince will roll out
as a hollow cylinder into the bowl.
Cut the continuous hollow cylinder into the desired lengths while it flows out.
The kebbe mixture is prepared by mincing meat and then passing the mince meat with the
ingredients, wheat & onions. Repeat this till you reach the desired consistency.
HINTS FOR BEST USE:
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Cut food into strips or cubes slightly smaller than the opening on the feeding tube.
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Make sure food is free of bone, tough tendons, nut shells, etc. before grinding.
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Raw meat or fish should be thoroughly chilled (not frozen) before grinding to reduce the loss of
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Freshly ground meat should be refrigerated and cooked within 24 hours.
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During extended grinding, fats from meats can build up inside the grinder tube slowing down
grinding efficiency and straining the motor. If this happens, you should stop the grinder, wash
parts in hot water and reassemble. When possible, alternate stale bread with the mat. This
helps keep the feed screw clean.
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Salt may affect the flavor of sausage stored for long periods in the freezer. If salt is added, plan
to use sausage within a short time. Without salt, it may be stored for as long as six months in
the freezer.
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Sausage made from fresh pork (not pre-cooked or smoked) should be stored under refrigeration
in an air tight canister or a maximum of 2 days. It should always be thoroughly cooked before
serving. To freeze sausage, wrap carefully in moisture and vapor-proof paper and use within
two-three months.
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CLEANING AND
MAINTENANCE
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Always unplug the main motor unit when the appliance is not in use, before inserting or
removing parts, and before cleaning.
CAUTION: NEVER immerse the main motor unit in water or any other liquids.
Wash all parts except the main motor unit, in hot soapy water, using extra care when handling
the sharp blades.
Rinse these parts with clear hot water and dry thoroughly.
CAUTION: DO NOT wash parts in a dishwasher.
Wipe the main motor unit with a damp cloth. Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or materials.
The cutting blade and cutting disc should be thinly coated with cooking oil after washing to keep
them lubricated and rust free.
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LIMITED WARRANTY* ONE (1) YEAR
WARRANTY IS ONLY VALID WITH A DATED PROOF OF PURCHASE
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Your small kitchen appliance is built with precision, inspected and tested before leaving our
factory.
It is warranted, to the original purchaser to be free from any manufacturing defects under
normal use and conditions for one (1) year, cord excluded. This Warranty applies only to the
original purchaser of this product.
If you need to exchange the unit, please return it in its original carton, with a sales receipt, to
the store where you purchased it. If you are past the stores allowed return policy period,
please see the enclosed Warranty.
If you use your appliance for household use and according to instructions, it should give you
years of satisfactory service.
During the one-year warranty period, a product with a defect will be either repaired or
replaced with a new or reconditioned comparable model (at our option) when the product is
returned to our Service Center. (See the “Returns” section below).
The repaired or replacement product will be in warranty for the remaining balance of the
one-year warranty period and an additional one-month period.
This limited warranty covers appliances purchased and used within the 50 contiguous states
plus the District of Columbia and does NOT cover:
- Damages caused by unreasonable use, neglect, normal wear and tear, commercial use, improper
assembly or installation of product.
- Damages caused in shipping.
- Damages caused by replacement or resetting of house fuses or circuit breakers.
- Defects other than manufacturing defects.
- Breakage caused by misuse, abuse, accident, alteration, lack of proper care and maintenance, or
incorrect current or voltage.
- Lost or missing parts of the product. Parts will need to be purchased separately.
- Damages of parts that are not electrical; for example: cracked or broken plastic or glass.
- Damage from service or repair by unauthorized personnel.
- Extended warranties purchased via a separate company or reseller.
- Consumer’s remorse is not an acceptable reason to return a product to our Service Center.
*One Year Limited Warranty valid only in the 50 contiguous states plus the District of Columbia,
excluding Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
This warranty is effective only if the product is purchased and operated in the USA; product usage
which is in violation of the written instructions provided with the unit will void this warranty.
For international warranty, please contact the local distributor.
**Any instruction or policy included in this manual may be subject to change at any time.
MAXI-MATIC, USA
18401 E. Arenth Ave. City of Industry, CA 91748
Customer Service Dept: (800) 365-6133 Ext: 120/107 MON-FRI 8am-5pm PST
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RETURN INSTRUCTIONS
RETURNS:
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Any return of defective merchandise to the manufacturer must be processed accordingly by
first contacting customer service (contact information shown below) to obtain an RA #
(Return Authorization Number). We will not accept any returns of merchandise without an
applicable RA #.
IMPORTANT RETURN INSTRUCTIONS. Your Warranty depends on your following these
instructions if you are returning the unit to Maxi-Matic USA:
1. Carefully pack the item in its original carton or other suitable box to avoid
damage in shipping.
2. Before packing your unit for return, be sure to enclose:
a) Your name, full address with zip code, daytime telephone number,
and RA#,
b) A dated sales receipt or PROOF OF PURCHASE,
c) The model number of the unit and the problem you are having
(Enclose in an envelope and tape directly to the unit before the box is
sealed), and
d) Any parts or accessories related to the problem.
3. Maxi-Matic USA recommends you ship the package U.P.S ground service for
tracking purposes. We cannot assume responsibility for lost or damaged
products returned to us during incoming shipment. For your protection, always
carefully package the product for shipment and insure it with the carrier. C.O.D
shipments cannot be accepted.
4. All return shipping charges must be prepaid by you.
5. Mark the outside of your package:
MAXI-MATIC USA
18401 E. ARENTH AVE.
CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA 91748
6. Once your return has been received by our warehouse, Maxi-Matic USA will repair
or replace the product if it is defective in material or workmanship, subject to the
conditions in paragraph B.
7. Maxi-Matic will pay the shipping charges to ship the repaired or replacement
product back to you.
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