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ESF 103.1
Juice Extractor
Operating instructions
Instrucciones para el uso
Instruções de utilização
Instrukcja obs³ugi
Návod k použití
Használati útmutató
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g Dear Customer,
Please read this instruction manual
carefully. Please pay particular
attention to the safety instructions.
Retain it for future reference.
Give the instruction manual to any
future owner of the machine.
Features (Figure 1)
Upper part
Filling bowl
Filling shaft
Strainer basket with grating disk
Juice bowl
Juice outlet
Residue container
Locking clips
Motor part
Flex compartment (at back of
1 Safety instructions
Before first use, it is imperative to read
through the Instructions for Use
The operating voltage and mains voltage must agree! (See rating plate on
base of juice extractor.)
Only operate the appliance under
supervision! Even if you leave the room
only very briefly, switch off and unplug
the appliance.
Keep children well away!
Never place your hand in the filling
shaft when the appliance is running.
When replenishing, always use the
plunger. Never insert any long objects,
such as kitchen knives, food slices, etc.,
in the filling shaft.
Before maintenance or cleaning, make
sure that the appliance is switched off
and unplugged.
• Please wait until the motor has
stopped, before removing the upper
part of the housing.
• Never use the supply lead to pull the
plug out of the socket!
• Never immerse the appliance in water!
• Do not use the appliance if:
– the supply cord is damaged;
– the housing or the strainer basket
show visible damages.
• Only use the appliance if all parts are
properly assembled and joined
• Do not remove the upper part while
the appliance is in use.
• Only switch the appliance on when the
plunger (Fig. 1/1) is in place.
• Take care when handling the strainer
basket (Fig. 1/5). The grating disk is
• Do not open the appliance until the
motor has stopped completely.
• Repairs to electrical appliances
should only be performed by a
trained electrician. Improper repairs
may place the user at serious risk.
• In the event of a fault, therefore please
approach your specialist retailer or the
AEG Service Centre direct.
• The appliance is only intended for
processing foods at home. Should
the appliance be wrongly used or for
a purpose other than for which it is
intended, no liability can be
accepted for any possible damage.
This appliance complies with the
following EC Directives:
• 73/23/EEC of 19.02.1973 – LowVoltage Directive.
• 89/336/EEC of 03.05.1989 (including
Amendment Directive 92/31/EEC) –
EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility)
Technical data
Connected load: 400 W
Voltage: 230-240V
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Assembling the juice extractor
Before first use, the appliance parts
should be cleaned (section on “Dismantling and cleaning”).
Place the appliance on a flat, dry work
Unwanted flex can be inserted into the
flex compartment (Fig. 1/12).
Arrange the motor part in an upright
position so that the knob at the front
faces you.
Place the juice bowl with the juice outlet on the LH side of the motor part
(Fig. 2).
Place the strainer basket in the juice
bowl (Fig. 3).
Place the upper part with the juice
outlet on the LH side (Fig. 4).
Engage and press down the locking
clips (Fig. 5).
Push the residue container in properly,
so that it engages (Fig. 6).
Place the container supplied or another suitable vessel underneath the juice
outlet (Fig. 7).
Position the plunger.
Safety system
The appliance can only be switched on,
if all parts of the appliance are properly assembled and joined together.
• The juice bowl must be properly
inserted (Fig. 2).
• The locking clips must be properly
locked (Fig. 5).
• The residue container must be properly
inserted, so that it engages (Fig. 6).
Operate the appliance as follows:
For soft fruit
and vegetables =
Knob to the right
For firm fruit
and vegetables =
Knob to the left
To switch off the juice extractor, turn
the knob to “0”.
Juice extraction
Fill the appliance with the prepared,
chopped fruit or vegetables and lightly
press down with the plunger. Smaller
pieces can be shaken down on to the
surface of the filling bowl. With the
plunger, move the fruit or vegetables
towards the filling shaft. When filling
fruit containing pips (e.g. grapes, tomatoes), hold the plunger when replenishing so that it always evenly covers
the filling opening. When re-applying
the plunger, make sure that the motor
is not too strongly retarded. Make sure
that the full residue container is
promptly emptied. Please check that
the strainer basket is free from obstruction. When the juice has been extracted from the last piece, the motor
must run until juice ceases to drip.
Dismantling and cleaning
Important note! The appliance should
only be dismantled when the motor
has been switched off and the appliance unplugged.
0 Take out the plunger, remove the residue container.
0 Unclip both locking clips und lift off
the upper part.
0 The strainer basket and juice bowl are
removed from the motor base together.
Wipe the motor part only with a damp
cloth! Clean all other parts in hot water or in normal washing-up water! The
sooner this happens after appliance
use, the more easily will cleaning proceed! Use a brush to clean the strainer
basket and groove in the upper part.
Please treat the appliance gently. Never
scratch or scour it. Any possible discolorations (e. g. due to carrots or beetroot) can be rubbed off with vegetable
Do not clean in the dishwasher the
motor part, upper housing and plunger.
Never immerse the appliance in water!
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Hints on juice preparation
Observe the freshness rule:
Buy fresh, extract fresh and drink fresh,
to get the most vitamins from your
fruit and vegetables.
Clean the fruit or vegetables for juice
extraction as single pieces. Only just
before juice extraction should you
chop the fruit or vegetables into pieces
small enough to pass conveniently
through the filling shaft.
Fresh juice are by nature not clear like
packaged juices. Pulp and suspended
matter are carriers of vegetable
proteins, minerals, and vitamins as
important constituents of fresh juices.
Stir the juice before drinking!
If the juice is to be stored in the fridge,
please cover it or pour it into a clean
bottle with a top to prevent
contamination with flavours from
other foodstuffs.
Metal containers may affect the
flavour of the juice.
Fruit and vegetables for juicing
Root vegetables and tuberous
Carrots, celery, kohlrabi, radishes
Clean and peel, if necessary.
Celeriac is less suitable for juicing than
Peel thinly. The skin tastes too strong
and if not removed spoils the flavour
of the juice.
All of a red or white cabbage can be
juiced. Either cut the heads into
suitably sized pieces or remove the
leaves from the stalk and roll them into
a ball.
Vegetable fruits
e.g. Cucumbers, melons, papaya,
Do not peel or remove skins (except for
melons), cut into suitably sized pieces,
do not remove the centre with the
seeds but extract the juice from the
whole fruit.
e.g. Peppers
Do not juice the inner parts with the
seeds and the stalk.
Rhubarb is not suitable for juicing!
Apples, pears
Always juice with the skin on. The core
also does not have to be removed. Cut
them up, so that they fit comfortably
in the filling bowl.
Do not use in the juice extractor!
The very hard flesh can cause unusual
load on the motor and may even cause
damage to the appliance.
Stone fruit
Plums, cherries, peaches
Remove stones from the fruit. When
extracting the juice, only press the
plunger down lightly. This increases the
juice yield.
Leafy vegetables, cabbages
Soft fruit
Curly kale, spinach, lettuce, garden
Do not feed these vegetables too
quickly into the juice extractor. Feed
everything with soft leaves, e.g.
spinach, into the juice extractor rolled
into a ball.
Redcurrants, blackcurrants and
With berries, remove only the thick
stalks. Berries give a somewhat thicker
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You can prevent the berries from
squirting out if you feed them in so
quickly that the filling shaft is always
filled with berries. Only press them
down very lightly. If the residues, e.g.
from raspberries or blackberries,
appear too wet to you, you can put
these through the juice extractor a
second time.
Put the grapes still on their thin stalks
into the filling bowl with the motor
not running. Switch on, press down
lightly with the plunger and when
filling with further fruit, hold the
plunger so that it always covers the
filling aperture.
Citrus fruits
Oranges, mandarins, lemons, grapefruits
Peel citrus fruit well and remove as
much of the white pith as possible,
because it makes the juice bitter.
strainer basket and remove any debris. Clean the strainer.
• the ejection of residues is impaired.
– Check the ejection hole and the
ejection of residues.
– If necessary, consult the Service Centre.
For the sake of the environment
Do not throw away packing material.
• The cardboard box can be taken to
paper recycling facilities.
• Plastic bag made of polyethylene (PE)
can be taken to recycling facilities of
PE collection depots.
• The filler parts are made of Polystyrene
(PS). They do not contain any CFCs.
Your local Department for the
Environment will be able to give you
advice as to where collecting depots
and recycling facilities are available.
Remove it from its outer skin before
What to do if...
• the appliance does not work
– Are all parts of the appliance correctly assembled?
– Check locking clips and safety
• the speed decreases noticeably.
– Switch off the appliance, remove the
plug from the mains socket. When
the motor has stopped, clean the
strainer basket and the ejection hole.
• there is a noticeable unbalance in the
– The foodstuffs from which the juice
is being extracted are not equally
distributed. It is possible that hard
pieces have got caught on the
strainer basket.
Switch off the appliance, remove the
plug from the mains socket. When
the motor has stopped, check the
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