DELONGHI DHB710 Installation & Operation Manual

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HAND BLENDER

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

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DHB710 series

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ELECTRONIC CHARACTERISTICS/CARACTÉRISTIQUES ÉLECTRONIQUES

CARACTERISTICAS ELECTRICAS

120 V~ 60 Hz 380 W

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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS

When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed. Including the following:

Read all instructions.

To protect against risk of electrical shock do not put the motor unit in water or other liquid.

This appliance should not be used by children and care should be taken when used near children.

Unplug from outlet when not in use, before putting on or taking off parts, and before cleaning.

Avoid contacting moving parts.

Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions, or is dropped or damaged in any manner. Return appliance to the nearest authorized service facility for examination, repair or electrical or mechanical adjustment.

The use of attachments, including canning jars, not recommended by the manufacturer may cause a risk of injury to persons.

Do not use outdoors.

Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter.

Keep hands and utensils away from the cutting blade while chopping food and out of the container while blending to reduce the risk of severe injury to persons or damage to the food chopper. A scraper may be used but only when the food chopper is not running.

Blade is sharp. Handle carefully.

To reduce the risk of injury, never place cutting blade on base without first putting bowl properly in place.

Be certain cover is securely locked in placed before operating appliance.

Do not attempt to defeat the cover interlock mechanism.

When mixing liquids, especially hot liquids, use a tall container or make small quantities at a time to reduce spillage.

Do not immerse in water.

Do not let cord contact hot surface, including the stove.

Important

With heavy mixtures to ensure long life of your machine, don’t use your hand blender for longer than 50 seconds in any four minute period.

Before plugging in

Make sure your electricity supply is the same as the one shown on the hand blender.

This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other). To reduce the risk of electric shock, this plug will fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician. Do not modify the plug in any way.

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HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY

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DESCRIPTION

Aspeed 1 button

Bturbo button

Cpower handle

Dblender shaft release buttons

Eblender shaft with fixed triblade

Fbeaker (if supplied)

Gbeaker base/lid (if supplied)

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whisk collar (if supplied)

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wire whisk chopper (if supplied)

Jchopper cover (if supplied)

Kfinger grip (if supplied)

Lchopper blade (if supplied)

Mbowl (if supplied)

Nbowl base/lid (if supplied)

Omasher collar (if supplied)

Pmasher foot (if supplied)

Qmasher paddle (if supplied)

Rpan blender ‘bigfoot’ (if supplied)

TO USE THE HAND BLENDER

- You can blend baby food, soups, sauces, milk shakes and mayonnaise.

For beaker blending (if beaker supplied)

-Put the base/lid on the bottom of the beaker. (This stops the beaker sliding on the worktop).

-Don’t fill the beaker more than 2/3rds full.

-After blending you can fit the base/lid to the top of the beaker.

Note: If no beaker is supplied in your pack, select a suitably sized container. We would recommend a tall, straight sided vessel with a diameter slightly larger than the foot of the hand blender to allow movement of the ingredients but tall enough to prevent splashing.

For saucepan blending

-For safest use it is recommended to take the pan off the heat and let hot liquids cool to room temperature before blending.

-Use Hand Blender directly in the saucepan.

1Fit the blender shaft to the power handle 1 – push to lock.

2Plug in.

3Place the food into the beaker or a similar container, then holding the beaker steady, press the required speed button. (Select speed 1 for slower blending and to minimise splashing and turbo for faster blending).

-To avoid splashing, place the blade in the food before switching on.

-Don’t let liquid get above the join between the power handle and blender shaft.

-Move the blade through the food and use a mashing or stirring action to incorporate the mixture.

-Your hand blender is not suitable for ice crushing.

-If your blender gets blocked, unplug before clearing.

4After use release the speed button. Unplug and press the release buttons 2 to remove the blender shaft from the power handle.

To use the whisk (if supplied)

-You can whip light ingredients such as egg whites; cream and instant desserts.

-Don’t whisk heavier mixtures such as margarine and sugar - you’ll damage the whisk. 1 Push the wire whisk into the whisk collar 3.

2 Fit the power handle to the whisk collar. Push to lock. 3 Place your food in a bowl.

-Don’t whisk more than 4 egg whites or 400ml (3⁄4pt) cream.

4Plug in. To avoid splashing, press speed 1 button. To whisk on a faster speed press the Turbo button. Move the whisk clockwise.

- Don’t let liquid get above the whisk wires.

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5 After use release the speed button, unplug and dismantle.

To use the Chopper (if supplied)

-You can chop meat, vegetables, herbs, bread, biscuits and nuts. Results may vary based on the meat that is used.

-Don’t chop hard foods such as coffee beans, ice cubes, spices or chocolate - you’ll damage the blade.

1Remove any bones and cut food into 1-2cm (1⁄2-1”) cubes.

2Put the base/lid on the bottom of the chopper bowl. (This stops the bowl sliding on the worktop.)

3Fit the chopper blade over the pin in the bowl 4.

4Add your food.

5Fit the chopper cover, turn and lock 5.

6Fit the power handle to the chopper cover - push to lock.

7Plug in. Hold the bowl steady. Then press the turbo button. Alternatively press the turbo button in short bursts to achieve a pulsing action.

8After use, unplug and dismantle.

PROCESSING GUIDE

FOOD

MAXIMUM

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Meat

250g

/ 8.8oz

10-15

Herbs

30g / 1.05oz

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Nuts

200g

/ 7oz

10-15

Bread

1 slice

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Hardboiled

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200g

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To use the masher (if supplied)

-The masher can be used to mash cooked vegetables such as potatoes, swede and carrot.

-Don’t mash hard or uncooked foods - you may damage the unit.

1Cook the vegetables and drain.

2Fit the masher collar to the masher foot by turning in a clockwise drection 6.

3Turn the masher upside down and fit the paddle over the central hub and turn anti clockwise to locate 7. (If the collar isn’t fitted then the paddle doesn’t secure in place).

4Fit the power handle to the masher assembly - push to lock.

5Plug in.

6Place the masher in the saucepan or bowl etc., and select speed 1. Move the masher in an up and down movement throughout the mix until the desired result is achieved.

7After use release the speed button and unplug.

8Press the blender shaft release buttons to release the masher assembly.

9Remove the paddle from the masher by turning clockwise.

10Unscrew the collar from the masher foot.

Important

-Never use the masher in a saucepan over direct heat. Always remove the saucepan from the heat and allow to cool slightly.

-Do not tap the masher on the side of the cooking vessel during or after mashing. Use a spatula to scrape excess food away.

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