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PHILIPS HD2520/80
Owner's Manual


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Description of PHILIPS HD2520/80 Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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To use the appliance, put the plug in the wall socket and press down the toasting lever. Please note that the toasting lever will only stay down if the appliance is connected to the mains! Important • Read these directions for use carefully before using the appliance and save them for future reference. • Check if the voltage indicated on the bottom of the appliance corresponds to the mains voltage in your home before you connect the appliance. • Connect the appliance to an earthed wall socket. • Avoid touching the metal parts as the toaster gets hot during use. • If a slice of bread gets stuck inside the toaster, please remove the plug from the wall socket first and then carefully remove the slice from the toaster. (Take care not to damage the heating elements while removing the slice of bread. Never use a metal object for this purpose.) • Bread may burn.Therefore, toasters must not be used under or near curtains or other combustible materials. Never leave the appliance unattended when it is switched on. • Do not place any objects or rolls to be heated up directly on top of the toaster as this could cause damage to the appliance. • We advise you not to use the toaster in the presence of birds. • When cleaning the toaster, first remove the plug from the wall socket and let the appliance cool down. Never immerse the toaster in water.Wipe it clean with a damp cloth. • If the mains cord of this appliance is damaged, it must always be replaced by Philips or a service centre authorised by Philips, as special tools and/or parts are required. • The toaster is intended for household use only. • The toaster is only intended for toasting bread. Using the toaster for other purposes such as drying clothes may cause damage to the appliance. • Do not place the dust cover on top of the toaster when the appliance is switched on or when it is still hot as this could cause damage.

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Using the appliance for the first time When you use the toaster for the first time, we strongly recommend that you let the toaster complete several toasting cycles without slices of bread in it at the highest toasting setting in a ventilated room to prevent the appliance from giving off unpleasant odours.Allow the toaster to cool down in between the toasting cycles. We advise you not to use the appliance in the presence of birds. Operation (see illustrations) Your toaster has been equipped with a 0 setting on the browning selector.When the selector is in this position, the toasting lever will pop up and cannot be operated.We advise you to set the browning selector to the 0 setting when the appliance is not in use.This will ensure a measure of safety by preventing accidental turning on of the toaster (e.g. by young children). - (Type HD2520): Insert one or two slices of bread (fig 1a). - (Type HD2521): Insert one or two slices of bread (fig 1b). - For optimal browning results, always put the slices of bread in the centre of the slots as much as possible. - Before switching the appliance on, select the desired browning degree (fig 2a). • Select setting 1 or 2 for light browning or for toasting only one slice or dry bread. • Select setting 3, 4 or 5 for medium browning. • Select setting 6 for darker browning. • Select setting 7 for toasting frozen bread (fig. 2b). (When you are toasting a series of slices, you do not have to re-adjust the setting). - To lower the slices into the toaster, press down the toasting lever (fig 3). - When ready, the toast pops up and the heating elements are switched off automatically (fig. 4). You can interrupt the toasting process by pushing up the toaster lever manually or by setting the browning selector to 0 position. • (Type HD2521): You can interrupt the toasting process by pressing the ‘Stop’ button.The toasting lever is released automatically (fig 5). • (Type HD2521): If necessary, you can lift the toasting lever a little further to remove smaller slices of bread (fig 6). Cleaning and storage • Removing crumbs from the toaster: - First remove the mains plug from the wall socket (fig. 7). - Pull out the crumb tray (fig. 8). Do not remove crumbs by holding the appliance upside down and shaking it. - After use, you can store the mains cord by winding it up (fig. 9). Placing the dust cover (after use) After use, you can place the dust cover on top of the toaster (fig 10). Do not place the dust cover on top of the toaster when the appliance is switched on or when it is still hot as this could cause damage (fig 11).

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