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KOMPERNASS GMBH BURGSTRASSE 21 D-44867 BOCHUM www.kompernass.com ID-Nr.: KH450-02/07-V1
Juice Extractor KH 450
Proper use Technical information Operating features Important safety advice Assembly and use of the device Preparation of the fruit / vegetables Extracting juice Emptying the fruit container and filter Cleaning Disposal Warranty and service Importer
Read the operating instructions carefully before using the appliance for the first time and preserve this booklet for later reference. Also include the instructions if you pass the appliance on to anyone else.
The device is intended for extracting the juice from well ripened and peeled fruit and vegetables. Cores, large seeds and stalks must be removed before the fruit or vegetables are fed into the juice extractor. Currants and rhubarb are not suitable for making juice. Only original accessories are to be used and used as described. Any other use or modification shall be deemed improper use and could give rise to considerable dangers. The manufacturer will not accept liability for loss or damage arising from improper use. Not suitable for commercial use.
Feeding rod Filler opening assembly Lid Top cover Interlock lever (for unlocking and locking) ON/OFF switch (2 speeds) Swivelling fruit juice container Container (for fruit flesh) Separate juice container with ml - scale Removable fruit flesh tray Filter/sieve Driveshaft
Important safety advice
The following safety advice must always be observed when using electrical equipment: This advice will help you avoid serious injury or damage and achieve better results. Please read carefully through the following information concerning safety and proper use. Before reading, fold out the page with the illustrations and make yourself familiar with all the functions of the device. Be careful to keep these advice notes and if necessary pass them on to a third party.
Mains voltage: Nominal power: KB time: 230 V ~ 50Hz 450 W 30 Minutes
To avoid danger to life from electric shock: The mains voltage at the mains socket must match that shown on the rating plate on the device. If the connection lead or device does not work perfectly or is damaged, have it examined and repaired immediately at the service centre. Arrange for defective power plugs and/or cables to be replaced as soon as possible by a qualified technician or by our Customer Service Department to avoid the risk of injury. Do not place the device out in the rain. Do not use it in a damp or wet environment. Make sure that the mains lead never gets wet during operation. Avoiding the dangers of fire and injury: Never allow the device to operate unattended. Caution! Keep children away from the mains lead and the device. Children often underestimate the dangers associated with electrical equipment. Make sure that the device has a firm support. Ensure that the mains plug can be easily reached and that the mains lead cannot become a trip hazard. To avoid injury make sure that the filter/sieve and the fruit flesh dish are correctly installed. Before you switch on the device, check that the lid is correctly closed by the clamp levers. The clamp levers are not to be released whilst the device is operating.
When you work with the juice extractor, never insert your hands or other objects into the opening, as this could lead to serious injury or damage to the juice press. Use the filling aid supplied to remove any pieces of fruit stuck in the extractor. If any pieces of fruit cannot be removed by the filling aid, switch off the device and pull out the plug. Then you may open the device. Danger of injury! The cutter mechanism is very sharp. Be careful - treat it with respect. Do not touch any moving parts. After use, switch the device off and pull the plug out of the mains socket. The device must only be opened up after the motor has reached a standstill. Never use the device: if the filter / sieve, mains lead or mains plug is damaged, if the device is not working properly, or if it is damaged in any other way or has been dropped. Take the device for inspection or repair to the service centre. The use of accessories not recommended nor sold by the manufacturer of the juice extractor can lead to fire, electrical short circuit or injury.
This is how to use the device safely: If danger arises, pull the mains plug immediately out of the mains socket. Never use the device for a purpose for which it was not intended. Remain alert at all times! Always watch what you are doing and proceed with caution. Do not use the device if you cannot concentrate or you are feeling unwell. Before you operate the juice extractor make sure that the juice extractor has been fully and properly put together. The juice extractor must only be operated after the filter/sieve, fruit juice or fruit flesh container has been correctly installed and the clamp levers and the lid are closed. After using the juice press make sure that the On/off switch is in the Off position ("0"). The motor must have come to a complete standstill before the device is opened. If you are not using the device, if you intend to remove any parts or before cleaning remove the mains plug and lead from the device. Do not use the device outside.
Assembly and use of the device
Choose a suitable place for your juice extractor. To operate the device efficiently and safely we recommend that it is positioned so that the lead runs back from the guide at the rear towards the mains socket. All controls and components are simple and easy to use. - At the front there is the On/Off switch , - swivelling container with the integrated container e.g. for fruit flesh - and on the right there is the fruit juice outlet for the supplied separate container or a glass.
Warning: Check that the device is switched off and the mains plug is out of the socket before assembling the device.
1. Place the opening of the fruit flesh tray on the driveshaft. Position the tray such that it sits firmly in the recess on the base unit. 2. Place the filter/sieve on the driveshaft. Make sure this is seated firmly before you continue assembly. 3. Place the top cover on to the fruit flesh tray , so that the bottom of the feed chute sits inside the filter/ sieve. 4. Make sure the top cover sits firmly in the fruit flesh tray recess. Lift the interlock levers and press them into the notches in the top cover. 5. Press the bottom part of the interlock levers against the sides of the device until they engage.
6. Hang the swivelling fruit juice container first in the upper hinge then in the lower one as it has enough play to engage with light pressure. 7. Place the container so that there, for example, fruit flesh can be captured. Close the fruit juice container and ensure that it snaps in. 8. Place the separate fruit juice container or a glass under the fruit juice outlet. The fruit juice container has a froth catcher to provide clear and froth-free fruit juice. 9. Insert the plug into the mains socket.
1. Hold the feeding rod with one hand and insert the fruit or vegetable pieces into the filler opening with the other. Always use the feeding rod to press the fruit/vegetables carefully into the opening (refer to Figs. and ). Insert further pieces as the fruit or vegetables are processed. Do not switch off the device whilst this is being done. Tip: The lid is designed so that it can also be used as a convenient storage tray. Turn the lid the other way up on the filler opening assembly (refer to Fig. ).
Preparation of the fruit / vegetables
Important: Only use well-ripened fruit as otherwise the filter can become overloaded. If this happens, clean the filter again. Wash or peel the fruit or vegetables that you wish to process. Large pips or stones should always be removed from the fruit before juicing. Fruit with cores (such as apples, pears) can be juiced with the skin and core. For fruit (cherries, plums etc.), remove all large pips (melons etc.) and stones to avoid damaging the device. Thick-skinned fruit (e.g. citrus fruit, melons, kiwis) and root vegetables must always be peeled first. For grapes, the main stems must be cut off. Cut the fruit or vegetables into the size of pieces that can fit into the feed chute. Note: Currants and rhubarb are not suitable for making juice.
Warning: Never insert your finger or other objects into the feed opening whilst the device is operating. This could lead to serious injury and / or damage to the juice press. Note: To avoid fruit getting stuck in the feed opening, only insert the fruit when the device is switched on. If you have large quantities to process, when the juice container is full, pour the extracted juice into a larger container. If pieces of fruit become stuck in the feed opening and cannot be immediately dislodged with the feeding rod then you should follow this procedure so as not to damage the juice extractor:
Switch the device off immediately and take out the plug. Release the interlock levers and take out the fruit flesh tray. Remove the stuck pieces of fruit. Reassemble the device again and continue extracting the juice. 2. Always switch off the device as soon as you have processed all your fruit. 3. For some types of fruits/vegetables that contain a lot of liquid, such as tomatoes, grapes, or melons, set the On/Off switch to speed setting 1. For drier fruit/vegetables (e.g. carrots, peas and apples) speed setting 2 is to be used.
Warning: Check that the mains plug has been removed if the juice extractor is not being used.
Always pull out the mains plug before fitting or removing accessories, or before you clean the device. Spattered or overflowing fruit juice must be cleaned up immediately as it is much more difficult to remove later. Clean the base unit and the mains lead using only a slightly damp cloth. Clean the feeding rod, sieve/filter and fruit juice container in warm soapy water and rinse carefully. To remove the fruit pulp from the filter, hold the filter (with its underside upwards) under running water and clean it with a soft nylon brush. Warning: In order to avoid electric shock never immerse the motor in water or any other liquid. Note: Do not use aggressive cleaning agents for cleaning the fruit extractor. Do not clean the device or its components in the dishwasher or in boiling water. Colour staining: Some fruits or vegetables can colour the white parts of the juice extractor. To remove these stains soak the stained parts in a solution of one cup of household bleach to one cup of water. Then clean the parts with washing-up liquid and rinse with clean water.
Emptying the fruit container and filter
1. When processing fruit or vegetables that have a high liquid content (e.g. tomatoes, grapes, melons): Do not process more than 3 kg of fruit or vegetables before emptying the fruit flesh container. 2. When processing fruit or vegetables with low liquid content (e.g. carrots, apples): empty the fruit flesh container as soon as it appears full. If the fruit juice suddenly becomes much thicker or if you can hear that the the motor is starting to turn slowly, then the filter needs to be cleaned. After you have taken out the fruit flesh re-assemble the device.
Do not dispose of the device in normal domestic waste. Dispose of the device over a registered waste disposal firm or through your communal waste disposal facility. Observe the currently valid regulations. In case of doubt, consult your waste disposal facility.
Warranty and service
Please see the supplementary sheet for warranty conditions and the service address.
KOMPERNASS GMBH BURGSTRASSE 21 D-44867 BOCHUM www.kompernass.com
Bread Baking Machine KH 1170
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Bread Baking Machine KH1170
Important information for your safety Device Overview Items supplied Correct usage Characteristics Before the First Usage Before baking Control panel Functions of the Bread Baking Machine Baking bread
Inserting the ingredients Inserting the baking mould Switching on Programme selection Timerfunction Mixing and kneading dough Allowing the dough to rise Baking Keeping warm End of the programme
Cleaning and Care Technical data Warranty & Service Disposal Importer Temporal progress of the programme Troubleshooting
Read the operating instructions carefully before using the appliance for the first time and preserve this booklet for later reference. Hand over the manual to whomsoever you might pass the appliance on to.
Important information for your safety
Please read the operating instructions through completely before using the appliance for the first time! Danger of suffocation! Children can suffocate through the improper use of packaging materials. Dispose of these immediately after unpacking or store them in a place that is out of reach of children. After unpacking, check the bread maker for signs of transport damage. If necessary, contact your supplier. Place the appliance on a dry, flat and heat-resistant surface. Do not place the appliance close to gas burners, electrical cookers or other sources of heat. Do not place the appliance close to inflammable materials or explosive and/or ignitable gases. A minimum distance of 10 cm must be maintained to all other materials. Ensure that the ventilation slots of the appliance are not covered. Before plugging the appliance in, check that the electricity type and mains voltage matches the information given on the type plate. Do not lay the power cable over sharp edges or close to hot surfaces or objects. They could damage the insulation of the power cord.
To prevent accidents caused by tripping, the appliance is equipped with a short power cable. Only use the appliance inside buildings. Never place the appliance on or close to a gas or electric cooker or a hot oven. Never cover the appliance with a tea-towel or any other materials. Heat and steam must be able to escape. A fire could occur if the appliance is covered with an inflammable material or comes into contact with inflammable materials, e.g. curtains. If you use an extension cable, ensure that the maximum permissible power rating of the cable corresponds at least with that of the bread maker. Place the extension cable in such a way as to prevent anyone from tripping over it or inadvertently pulling on it. Always check the power cable and the plug before use. Should the power cable of the appliance become damaged, for the sake of safety it must be replaced by the manufacturer, the manufacturer's customer service or a similarly qualified person. The use of ancillaries not recommended by the manufacturer could cause damage. Use the appliance only for its intended purposes. Non-compliance invalidates all warranty claims. Start a baking programme only when a baking mould is fitted in.
If children are in the vicinity, supervise the appliance particularly well! If the appliance is not in use, and also before cleaning, remove the plug from the power socket. Allow the appliance to cool down before removing individual parts. Children should only be permitted to use electrical appliances or stand close to them when they are under the supervision of an adult. This appliance complies with the requirements of all relevant safety regulations. Inspection, repair and technical maintenance may only be performed by qualified specialists. The warranty will become void in cases of non-compliance. Do not place any objects on the appliance and do not cover it during operation. Risk of Fire! Caution: The bread maker becomes very hot during operation. Do not touch the appliance until it has cooled down, or use oven gloves. Before inserting or removing ancillaries, allow the appliance to cool down and unplug the power cable. Do not transport the Bread Baking Machine if the baking mould contains fluid or hot contents, e.g. jams. Risk of Burns! Avoid coming into contact with the rotating kneading paddles during use. Risk of injury! Do not pull on the cable, rather, remove the plug from the socket. When not in use, and before cleaning the appliance, remove the power cable from the plug. Do not use the Bread Baking Machine for the storage of foods or utensils.
Never place the bread machine in water or other liquids. Risk of fatal electrical shocks! Do not clean the appliance with abrasive sponge cleaning pads. Should particles break away from the sponge and come into contact with electrical components, you could receive an electric shock.
Handle Appliance lid Viewing window Baking mould Kneading paddles Control panel Display Ventilation slots Baking space CAUTION! Hot surfaces! This symbol on the lid of your bread maker warns you about the risk of burns. Overview - Control panel Button - Start/Stop Button - Level of browning Button - Dough Volume Level I: 700 - 950 gr. Level II: 950 - 1250 gr. Button - Select Button - Time Accessories Measuring beaker Kneading paddles Measuring spoon Kneading paddle remover
Bread Baking Machine KH Kneading paddles Baking mould Measuring beaker Measuring spoon Kneading paddle remover Operating instructions Concise instruction sheet Order card Recipe book
Before the First Usage
Disposal of the packaging material Unpack your appliance, remove all transportation restrainers and dispose of the packaging material as per the current regulations for your locality. Initial cleaning Wipe the baking mould , kneading paddles and upper surfaces of the Bread Baking Machine with a clean moist cloth before taking it into use for the first time. Do not use any abrasive materials or cleaning powders. Remove the protective foil from the display. Preheating Please take note of the following notice regarding the first usage: For the first heating up ONLY, place the empty baking mould into the appliance. Close the appliance lid. Select the programme BAKE, as described in the chapter Baking bread, and press the button Start/Stop to warm up the appliance for 5 minutes. Afterwards, to stop the process press the button Start/Stop until a signal tone is heard. As the heating elements are lightly greased, a slight smell may occur when first putting it into operation. This is harmless and stops after a short time. Provide for sufficient ventilation, for example, open a window. Allow the appliance to cool down completely and once again wipe the baking mould , kneading paddles and the outer surfaces of the Bread Baking Machine with a clean moist cloth.
Danger of fire! DO NOT allow the Bread Baking Machine to heat up for longer than 5 minutes with an empty baking mould. There exists a real danger of overheating.
Display Basic adjustments The basic adjustments are shown as soon as the appliance is connected to a power source. This display signalises operational readiness. It corresponds to the programme NORMAL: Appearing in the display is 1 3:30. The 1 shows which programme is currently valid, 3:30 is the programme period in hours and minutes. The positions of two arrows on the upper edge of the display give information about the selected level of browning (left arrow) and the volume (right arrow). The basic adjustments when switching on are: Level II (Bread weight 950-1250 gr) and Medium Browning.
For a successful baking process, please consider the following factors: Remove the baking mould from the housing before filling it with ingredients. Should ingredients drop into the baking area, a fire may be caused by them burning on the heating elements. Place ingredients into the baking mould in the sequence specified. All ingredients should have room temperature, to ensure an optimal rising result from the yeast. Measure the ingredients precisely. For this, use for example the supplied measuring implements. With three different scales on the measuring beaker , Milliliter (ml), Ounces (oz) and cups (CUP), you can measure out the ingredients in three measurement systems. Even negligible deviations from the quantities specified in the recipe may affect the baking results.
Use the Bread Baking Machine only for baking bread and only in domestic areas. Do not use the appliance for drying foodstuffs or other objects. Do not use the Bread Baking Machine outdoors. Use only the ancillaries recommended by the manufacturer. Non-recommended ancillaries may cause damage to the appliance.
During operation, the programme progress can be read off from the backwards running time countdown in the display.
With the Bread Baking Machine you have the possibility to bake bread according to your taste. You can choose from 10 different baking programmes. You can employ ready-to-use baking mixtures. You can knead dough for bread rolls and make jams.
Note Never use quantities larger than those specified. Too much dough can overflow from the baking mould and, with direct contact to the hot heating elements, cause a fire.
Button - Start/Stop To start and stop the programme, press the button Start/Stop. As soon as the button Start/Stop is pressed, the double-point between the time display starts to flash. With the button Start/Stop you can break off the programme in any position: Hold the button Start/Stop pressed until a signal tone can be heard. In the display the begin position of the above-named start programme appears. Should you wish to use a different programme, select it with the button Select. Button - Time Notice: The programmes that can be started with a time delay are listed in the table Temporal progress of the program. The programmes FAST, CAKE, EXPRESS, and MARMALADE cannot be started with a time delay. For more information see chapter Timerfunction. Button - Browning With the button Browning you can adjust the desired level of browning: LIGHT-MEDIUM-DARK. This function cannot be activated with the programmes 7. DOUGH, 9. JAM and 10. LOOSE.
Button - Dough Volume With the programmes 1. NORMAL, 5. FULL-CORN and 10. LOOSE the bread weight can be varied with the button Dough Volume : LEVEL I = for a smaller bread weight 700-950 grammes LEVEL II = for a larger bread weight 950-1250 grammes Button - Select Press the button , to switch through the various programmes described in detail in the table Delayed Start of Programmes. Use the programmes for the following preparations: 1. Programme NORMAL For white and mixed-flour bread. This programme is the most frequently used. 2. Programme FAST For the fast preparation of white and mixed-flour bread. 3. Programme WHITE BREAD For fast preparation of an especially loose white bread. 4. Programme EXPRESS For all recipes of Level 1 which are to be baked in the programmes NORMAL, WHITE BREAD, FAST or LOOSE. Dough in the programme Express rises appreciably less and the breads are therefore compacter and less loose. A time preselect is not possible. With this programme please always use lukewarm fluids.
5.Programme WHOLEWHEAT For wholewheat breads. 6. Programme CAKE For pastries that will be baked with baking powder. 7. Programme DOUGH For the production of dough. This programme kneads the ingredients and allows the dough to rise. It is not baked. The programme DOUGH is suitable for the production of pastry for pizza, for example. 8. Programme BAKING For the after-baking of bread and cake. The steps dough kneading and dough rising fall away in this programme. 9. Programme MARMALADE For making jams and preserves. 10. Programme LOOSE For the preparation of light and airy bread.
During the keep-warm phase at the end of the baking process the signal tone sounds several times in succession.
Repeat function Should there be an electricity power cut of more than 10 minutes the Bread Baking Machine must be started anew. This is only practicable if the dough, at the time of interruption in the programme process, had not passed beyond the kneading process. In all other cases, one must start again from the beginning! With electricity power cuts of less than 10 minutes duration the programme continues itself automatically from the appropriate position (see chapter Memory function). Memory function The programme is, with the switch-on after electricity power cuts of less than ca. 10 minutes duration, automatically continued from the same position. This memory function is intended for cases of electricity power cuts. Notice: Pressing Button Start/Stop ends the programme definitively. After this button has been pressed, the programme is discontinued.
Functions of the Bread Baking Machine
Signal tone function The signal tone sounds on pressing all programme buttons, during the second kneading process in the programmes NORMAL, WHOLEWHEAT, FAST, CAKE, WHITE BREAD and LOOSE, to give notice that cereals, fruit, nuts or other ingredients can now be added to the mixture, on reaching the end of the programme
Safety Functions If the temperature in the appliance is too high for a newly selected programme, after it has been used directly previously for another programme, on the new start there appears in the display H:HH. The signal tone sounds. Should such a case occur, press the button Stop/Start until the detail H:HH is erased and the basic adjustments appear in the display. Wait for ca. 20 minutes, with the lid open, until the appliance has cooled down.
Programme selection Choose the desired programme with the button Selection. Choose the desired browning with the button Browning. To start the programme, press the button Start/Stop. Timerfunction Choose the desired programme with the button Selection. Choose the desired browning with the button Browning. With the button Time you can delay the start of the programme. Add to the time details already given automatically in the respective programme the period of time, in hours and minutes, after which the programme is to commence. If necessary, take into consideration the keep-warm time of one hour (on completion of the baking process)! The maximum time delay amounts to 13 hours.
Inserting the ingredients Place both of the kneading hooks onto the drive shaft. Place the ingredients into the baking mould. The ingredients must be placed into the baking mould in the placement sequence specified in the recipe. Ensure that no contamination from outside can adhere to the baking mould. Inserting the baking mould Hold the non-stick coated baking mould firmly on the edges with both hands and insert it exactly into the middle of the baking space on the drive shaft. Carefully press the baking mould downwards until it engages. Close the appliance lid. Switching on Insert the power plug into a correctly installed power socket with a rating of 230 V, ~50 Hz.
Example A standard mixed-flour bread with medium browning and a larger bread weight is to be baked during a later period of time. First of all select programme 1 , medium browning and the dough volume Level II (larger bread weight). Let us assume it is 08:00 and the bread should be ready in the evening at around 18:30, i.e. in ten hours and 30 minutes time. Press the button Time until 10:30 appears, as the time period to be considered is one of ten hours and 30 minutes, between now (8:00 Uhr) and the desired time of completion. With time delayed baking please do not use perishable ingredients such as milk, eggs, fruit, yoghurt, onions etc.! To start the programme, press the button Start/Stop.
Place the dough back into the baking mould , replace the baking mould in the appliance and close the lid. Reinsert the plug into the wall socket. The baking programme will be automatically continued. Note: The interruption may not last longer than 10 minutes! If it does, the baking programme will not be continued.
Allowing the dough to rise After the last kneading the Bread Baking Machine creates the optimal temperature for the dough to rise. Absolutely leave the appliance lid closed during this period. Baking Danger of Burns! Never open the appliance lid during the baking process. The Bread Baking Machine automatically regulates the baking temperature and time. Should the bread still be too light on completion of the baking programme, it can be after-baked using the programme BAKING: Press the button Start/Stop until the signal tone sounds and then allow the appliance to cool down for ca. 20 minutes, with the lid open. Press the button Select several times, to choose the programme BAKING. To start the after-baking, press the button Start/Stop.
Mixing and kneading dough The Bread Baking Machine mixes and kneads the dough for as long as is scheduled in the baking programme (see Table). Tip: If you remove the kneading hooks from the dough after the last kneading process, the bread will not be torn when removing it from the baking mould. For this, you must interrupt the baking programme. To interrupt the baking programme remove the plug from the wall socket. Do not press the button Start/Stop. Open the appliance lid and remove the baking mould. With floured hands, you can remove the dough and then dismantle the kneading hooks.
Warning! Before you bake a particular type of bread with time delay first try out the recipe under observation, to ensure that the relationships of the ingredients to each other is correct, the dough is not too firm or too thin, or the amounts are not too large and could then possibly overflow. Danger of Fire!
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When the desired browning has been obtained, press the button Start/Stop until a signal tone is heard, the baking stops.
Warning Always use oven cloths to remove the baking mould from the Bread Baking Machine.
Place the baking mould upside down and, insofar as the bread does not immediately fall onto the grill, shift the knead drive back and forth a few times from below until the bread falls out.
Attention Before cutting the bread always check to ensure that the kneading hooks have been removed from it.
Note Do not open the appliance lid during the baking process. The bread could collapse.
Tip: Check the consistency of the dough after a kneading phase of 5 minutes. It should have the consistency of a soft, sticky mass. If it is too dry, add some liquid to it. if it is too moist, add some flour (1/2 to 1 teaspoon one or more times, as needed). Keeping warm When the baking process is complete a signal tone sounds several times to signify that the bread or other food item can be removed.In the display appears 0:00. At the same time there begins a keep warm period of one hour. Excluded are the programmes EXPRESS, CAKE, DOUGH and JAM. End of the programme
Due to moisture and vapours the surfaces of various parts may undergo changes in their appearance over a period of time. This has no influence on the function nor does it reduce the quality of the baking results. Before cleaning, remove the baking mould and the kneading hooks from the baking area. Wipe the exterior surfaces of the baking mould with a moist cloth.
Cleaning and Care
Should one of the kneading hooks remain stuck in the bread, use the supplied kneading hook remover to dislodge it: Insert it into the round opening of the kneading hook on the underside of the still warm bread and jam the kneading hook remover against the lower edge of the kneading hook. Then carefully draw the kneading hook with the kneading hook remover upwards. Whilst doing this one can see at which position in the bread the wing of the kneading hook is located. Lightly cut the bread at this position and then pull the kneading hook out.
Warning Before cleaning it, always remove the power plug from the wall socket and allow the appliance to cool down completely. Protect the appliance against splashing water and moisture, these could cause you to receive an electric shock. Please observe the safety instructions also.
Important The appliance and its ancillaries are not suitable for being cleaned in a dish washing machine.
Housing, lid, baking space Remove all residual matter in the baking space with a moist cloth or a lightly moistened soft sponge. Wipe also the housing and the lid, again only with a moist cloth or sponge. Ensure that the interior is completely dry. Baking mould and kneading hooks The surfaces of the baking mould and kneading hooks have been given an anti-stick coating. When cleaning them, do not use corrosive detergents, abrasive powders or objects that may cause scratches on the surface.
Important Never submerse the baking mould in water or other liquids. Clean the interior areas of the baking mould with warm soapy water. Should the kneading hooks be encrusted and it is difficult to dissolve, fill the baking mould with hot water for around 30 minutes. Should the mountings in the kneading hooks be blocked, these can be carefully cleaned with a wooden toothpick or similar. Do not use chemical cleaning agents or solvents for cleaning the Bread Baking Machine.
Model: Bread Maker KH 1170 Power supply: 230V~50Hz Power consumption: 800 Watt
Warning Before you open the appliance lid , remove the plug from the wall socket. When not in use, always separate the appliance from the power source! On completion of the programme remove the baking mould with the help of an oven cloth.
Note Do not use any metal objects which may cause scratches on the non-stick coating. Rinse the baking mould with warm water directly after removing the bread. This will help prevent the kneading hooks becoming stuck to the drive shaft. Allow the bread to cool for 15-30 minutes before eating it.
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Warranty & Service
The warranty conditions and the service address are contained in the guarantee booklet.
Temporal progress of the programme
Programm Nr. 3 WHITE BREAD MARMALADE 10
Under no circumstances should you dispose of this appliance with your domestic waste. Dispose of the appliance through an approved disposal centre or at your community waste facility. Observe the currently applicable regulations. In case of doubt, please contact your waste disposal centre.
Bread size* Clock timer (max.) Degree of browning Signal tone insert ingredients Total time hours.
3:20 3:30 1:58 3:50 1:52 3:30 3:40 2:00 1:50 1:00 1:20 3:09 3:20 All of the following time details in minutes
KOMPERNASS GMBH BURGSTRASSE 21 D-44867 BOCHUM www.kompernass.com
Pre-heating Knead 1
Signal tone (Insertion of ingredients) Time details in the ca. ca. ca. ca. ca. ca. ca. ca. ca. display 2:51 2:58 1:34 3:13 1:39 2:41 2:48 1:50 1:13 Knead 2 Allow dough to rise 1 Allow dough to rise 2 Allow dough to rise 3 Baking 6
ca. ca. 2:46 2:46 6
56 0:00 60
Time details in the 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 display Keeping warm * Level I = 700 - 950 g Level II = 950 -1250 g 60
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What do I do if the kneading hooks are stuck in the baking mould after baking? Fill the baking form with hot water and twist the kneading hooks to loosen the encrustation underneath. Through the Keep-warm function it is ensured that the bread is kept warm for ca. 1 hour and is also protected against moisture. If the bread remains in the baking machine for longer than 1 hour, it may become moist. No. Please rinse the baking mould and the kneading hooks by hand.
What do I do if smoke comes from the baking space or the ventilation slots ?
Remove the power plug immediately! Allow the appliance to cool down, then remove the baking mould. Clean the exterior of the baking mould as well as the baking space , as the smoke was probably caused by food residues. Should there be no food residues in the baking space or on the exterior surfaces of the baking mould , do not switch the appliance back on. Make contact with the customer service department.
What happens if the finished bread is left inside the bread maker?
What has happened if the ingredients are not correctly mixed or the bread is not correctly baked through?
Is the baking mould suitable for a dish washing machine?
Why doesn't the dough get stirred, even if the motor is running?
Check to see if the kneading hooks and the baking mould have correctly engaged.
A false programme has been selected. The button Stop/Start has been pressed during operation. During the baking process there was an extend power failure. The appliance lid was opened several times during the baking process. The kneading hooks are blocked. Remove the ingredients and do not re-use them. Remove the baking mould and check to see if the drive shaft turns the kneading hooks. Should this not be so, make contact with our customer service department.
What do I do if a kneading hook is stuck in the bread?
Remove the kneading hook with the kneading hook remover.
What happens if there is a power failure when a Programme is running?
With power failures of up to 10 minutes the Bread Baking Machine carries through to the end the last programme given to it. Please take note of the exact times given in the table Temporal progress of the programme (see page 15). You can bake the following bread sizes with the baking mould : - Level I Bread with a weight between 700-950 gr - Level II Bread wih a weight between 950-1250 gr Fresh products such as milk or eggs spoil if they remain in the appliance for too long.
What has happened if the baking mould springs up during the kneading process?
The dough is too firm, that is why the kneading hooks block and the baking mould is pressed upwards. Put some fluids into the dough. Immediately reclose the appliance lid. The lateral springs on the base in the housing interior have lost some of their tension. Remove the power plug from the socket. Remove the baking mould. Press the springs outwards. Replace the baking mould and close the lid. Re-insert the plug into the power socket within 10 minutes. The programme will be continued.
How long does it take to bake bread?
What size breads can I bake?
Why can fresh milk not be used with time-delayed baking?
The appliance crushes the added raisins.
To avoid the breaking up of ingredients such as fruit or nuts, add them to the dough after the signal has sounded.
Why does the display show H:HH and the appliance doesn't allow itself to be started?
The appliance is still too hot from the previous baking process. Press the button Stop/Start until the basic adjustments appear in the display. Allow the appliance to cool down for ca. 20 minutes, with the lid open. Afterwards, the appliance can be employed as usual.
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