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PHILIPS HR1707/02
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Cord storage You can store excess mains cord by pushing it back into the cord storage compartment at the back of the appliance (fig. 2). Blender Preparing the blender for use - First wash up all the removable parts (refer to section "Cleaning"). - Place the jar on to the motor housing and turn in the direction of the arrow until locked (fig. 3). Do not force the handle of the jar! - After putting the ingredients into the jar, place the lid onto the jar and turn in the direction of the arrow until locked (fig. 4). For disassembling proceed in reverse order and direction. • The lid has two positions: one when preparing recipes with filter accessory ("sieve position", fig. 5a) and one to prepare recipes without the filter accessory ("closed position", fig. 5b). Processing - Set the selector to position I for operation (fig. 6). - To stop the motor set the selector to position O (fig. 7).Tips • Liquid ingredients (e.g. oil for the preparation of mayonnaise) can be poured through the small aperture in the lid whilst the motor is running (fig. 8). • If blending is prolonged (max. 4 minutes) the results will generally be finer. Dry ingredients, however, should not be processed longer than 1 minute. • Cut meat or other solid food into smaller pieces before putting them into the blender jar. • For best blending with solid ingredients feed a series of small portions into the jar rather than putting one large quantity into it. • If the blending is not performed quickly, switch off the appliance and - switch the appliance on and off a few times, or - stir the ingredients with a spatula (after you have switched off the motor), or - reduce the contents of the jar. • For crushed ice drop the ice cubes into the jar whilst the motor is running. Keep the lid on the jar during processing. • For tomato juice cut the tomatoes up quarters and one by one drop the pieces into the jar whilst the motor is running. Keep the lid on the jar during processing.

Mill (only types HR 1701 and HR 1707) Preparing the mill for use - Put the ingredients in the inverted beaker (fig. 9). Process only dry ingredients. Do not fill the beaker beyond the "MAX" indication. - Pick up the blade unit by the safety ring (fig. 10). - Place the blade unit in the beaker. Take care that all grooves fit the ribs inside the beaker. Press and turn clockwise until the blade unit is properly fixed (fig. 11). - Turn the assembled mill upside down and screw it onto the motor unit (fig. 12). - After processing, unscrew the mill from the motor housing by turning it anticlockwise. - Place the mill upside down. - Pull the safety ring out and turn it anti-clockwise. - Remove the blade unit. What to use the mill for? The mill is suitable for grinding e.g.: - pepper corns (25-50 g) - sesame seed (25-50 g) - rice, wheat (25-50 g) - soya beans (25-50 g) - dried peas (25-50 g) - coconut flesh (25-50 g) - hard (e.g. Parmesan) cheese (25-50 g) - bread crumbs (one dried slice of bread) - sugar cubes (50 g) - nuts (shelled) (25-50 g) - coffee beans (25-50 g) The optimum quantities for processing are shown between brackets. Filter (only types HR 1704 and HR 1707) With this filter you will make delicious fresh fruit juices, cocktails or soy milk in next to no time. All pips and skins will remain behind in the filter. Preparing the filter for use - Assemble the blender jar. - Put the filter in the assembled blender jar (fig. 13). Make sure that the grooves of the filter fit exactly onto the ribs inside the blender jar. - Put the ingredients in the filter (fig. 14). - Add water or another liquid (e.g. for cocktails). - Place the lid in the sieve position (fig. 5a). - Switch the appliance on. Let the appliance run for approx. 40 seconds. - Switch the appliance off and remove the blender jar. - Pour out the drink through the spout of the blender jar (fig. 15). 5

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