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Thank you for purchasing this Tefal water heater. Please read the instructions common to all of our models carefully and keep them in a safe place.
Product description (fig. 1)
A B C D E
water tank tank lid water release valve body of the appliance nozzle or water outlet
G H I J K
Ambient temperature button hot water button quantity selector (according to model) filter cartridge (according to model) cartridge change and descaling indicator light (according to model)
Rinsing before using for the first time
1 Remove all of the packaging, stickers or accessories from the interior and exterior of the appliance. 2 Remove the tank A and clean it in water, taking care that no particles remain in the tank. 3 Then fill the tank A with cold water and reposition it firmly on its base D, making sure that the release valve C is properly engaged fig 1a, 1b and 2. 4 Plug in the appliance. 5 Place a container that holds approximately 1.5 litres under the nozzle E. 6 Hold down the hot water button H: hot water will begin to run out fig 3. When operating for the first time, it is normal that a little steam escapes from the nozzle E. 7 When the container is almost full, release the hot water button H to stop the flow. Discard the water.
Installation of the CLARIS filter cartridge (according to model)
To get the best taste and performance from your appliance we advise you to use the Claris Aqua Filter System cartridge. This cartridge contains an anti-lime substance and activated carbon that reduces chlorine, impurities, lead, copper, pesticides, etc that are present in water. Minerals and trace elements, however, are preserved. 1 Unwrap the cartridge J. Take note of the month in which the cartridge is put into use by sliding the upper ring on the filter to the use start date fig 4. You should change your Claris Filter Cartridge every 4 to 6 weeks (or every 50 litres), according to the hardness of your water. 2 Position the cartridge in the tank A and screw the cartridge J a quarter turn into the bottom of the tank. Certain models also have an indicator light K, which indicates when it is necessary to change the cartridge. For these models, when this light K flashes during use, it is time to change the cartridge fig 5. 3 To change the cartridge, remove the used cartridge and replace it with a new Claris Aqua Filter system cartridge, sold as an accessory (ref XH 5000) fig 6. 4 For models with an indicator light, it is necessary to record the change of cartridge by simultaneously pressing the hot water button H and the ambient water button G, for at least 5 seconds fig 7. After 5 seconds, the indicator light will go out. The appliance will then have recorded the cartridge change. The Claris Aqua Filter cartridge can be installed in all Tefal Quick Cup models, including those that do not have a filter on purchase.
- Do not fill the tank with hot water, milk or any other liquid. - Make sure that no foreign bodies, such as grit or small particles, get into the water tank: any damage arising from foreign bodies having entered the tank is excluded from the guarantee. - Make sure that the water is fresh from the tap so that it has not had time to become stagnant or in contact with the air and that it is odour-free. - Never remove the tank while the appliance is in operation. - If you use an entire tank of water all at once (approximately 1.5 litres), let the appliance rest for 10 minutes before launching a new cycle. 1 Place the appliance on a flat, stable heat-resistant surface away from water splashes and any sources of heat. Plug the appliance into the mains. 2 After having removed the lid B, remove and fill the tank A with cold water. fig 1a and b 3 Put the tank back in place by pressing firmly and reposition the lid B. fig 2. 4 Place the desired container under the nozzle E. 5 Briefly press the hot water button H and you will automatically obtain 220 ml of hot water fig 8. The water will stop running automatically. Press again on same button if you wish to stop water before the cycle comes to an end. If you would like a greater or lesser amount of water, hold down the button until you obtain the desired quantity of hot water fig 3. As soon as you release the button, the hot water stops running. Follow the same procedure with the the ambient water button G to obtain 200 ml of water at room temperature fig 9 or fig 10. If you would like to get ambient water after hot water has been running, fill half a mug and throw it away or wait 5 minutes as a minimum. If you would like to get hot water after ambient water has been running, fill half a mug and throw it away. 6 With certain models, you have the possibility of presetting the amount of water automatically delivered by the appliance yourself. To programme the amount for the hot water button H, press both hot water H and ambient water G buttons simultaneously fig 7. The indicator light K flashes to indicate that you are now in programming mode. Then press the hot water button H until you obtain the desired amount of water in your container fig 3. Finally confirm the recorded amount by simultaneously pressing buttons G and H fig 7. The light will turn off at the end of the programming mode. To programme the amount for the ambient water button G, follow the same procedure as for programming the hot water button H, pressing the ambient water button G to obtain the desired amount of water fig 10. 7 The models with a quantity selector offer an additional function: you can adjust the amount of water automatically delivered to your container. To do this, select the chosen amount on the rotary button I, according to your container, then briefly press the hot water button H to obtain hot water or the ambient water button G to obtain ambient water; the water flow will stop automatically fig 11. 8 If you are using small cups, we recommend that you hold the cup close to the nozzle E to avoid any splashes. 9 To ensure minimal energy consumption from this appliance please switch off your plug point when the product is in use.
Descaling your appliance
In order to optimise the lifetime of your appliance, we recommend that you descale it at least every 2 months. Descaling should be carried out more frequently if you live in a very hard water area. Certain models also have an indicator light K, which indicates when descaling is necessary. When this indicator K is on during use, it is time to descale the appliance. To descale: 1 Remove the Claris filter cartridge fig 6. 2 Place a container of at least 1.5 litres under the nozzle.
3 Empty the tank A, if it is still full of water, then reposition it on its base fig 2. 4 Pour 1 litre of commercially available white vinegar at 8 into the tank. 5 Press the hot water button H and the ambient water button G simultaneously for at least 5 seconds fig 7. You have the possibility of launching a descaling cycle even if the indicator light K is not on. To do this, press the hot water button H and the ambient water button G simultaneously for at least 10 seconds 6 The descaling cycle thus runs automatically for approximately 10 minutes. The indicator turns off at the end of the cycle. 7 When the cycle has come to an end, empty the container and refill the water tank to a maximum. Relaunch a new operation for rinsing the appliance by holding down one of the buttons fig 3 and fig 10. 8 Once this last cycle has finished, reposition the Claris cartridge; your appliance is ready for use once more
Never use any other descaling method than that advised.
Cleaning and maintenance
Do not immerse the appliance in water. Do not put the appliance in the dishwasher. Systematically disconnect the power supply cable before any maintenance operation. Then clean the appliance with a damp cloth.
What to do if there is a problem
Appliance makes a strange noise
No more water left in tank Tank is incorrectly fitted
Fill tank Press the tank firmly to engage again
Water flows too slowly or not at all
Not enough water in tank
The tank is not fitted correctly
Press the tank firmly to engage again
The appliance is coated with scale
Water is cold
IF YOUR APPLIANCE IS DROPPED, LEAKS OR IF THE POWER SUPPLY CORD OR PLUG ARE VISIBLY DAMAGED Return your appliance to your authorised Service Centre. See the warranty conditions and the list of centres in the handbook provided with your appliance. This product has been designed for domestic use only. Any commercial use, inappropriate use or failure to comply with the instructions, the manufacturer accepts no responsibility and the guarantee will not apply.
Do not use the appliance. No attempt must be made to disassemble the appliance or safety devices. The type and series number are shown on the base of your model.
Important: safety instructions
Note: This appliance does not produce boiling water. Therefore please check any food or beverage instructions before using this appliance for such things as baby food and drinks. The hot water from this appliance cannot be used for sterilising purposes. Therefore, please check the instructions before using this appliance when preparing such things as drinks and food for babies. Carefully read the operating instructions before first use of the appliance and keep them in a safe place: Tefal shall not be held responsible for incorrect use. Only connect the appliance to an earthed socket. Check that the power supply voltage shown on the appliances rating plate corresponds to that of your installation. Take care not to place the appliance on a hot surface like a hot-plate or use it close to a naked flame. Immediately take the plug out from the mains if the appliance does not function correctly. Do not pull the power supply cable to remove the plug. Do not let the power supply cable hang down on the edge of a table or a work surface. Do not place your hand or the power supply cable on the hot parts of the appliance. Never soak the appliance, the cable or electrical plug in water or other liquid. Keep the appliance out of reach of children and certain disabled persons do not let the cable hang down. Do not use the appliance if the power supply cable or the appliance itself are damaged. To avoid any danger, do not use the appliance if the power supply cable or plug are damaged. You must have the power supply cable replaced by a TEFAL authorised service centre. Always refer to the instructions to de-scale the appliance. Protect the appliance against humidity and frost. Do not use the appliance if it does not operate correctly or if it has been damaged. In such an event, you are advised to have the appliance examined by a TEFAL authorised centre (see list in TEFAL Service handbook). Except for cleaning and scale removal in accordance with the procedures for use of the appliance, any intervention on it must be performed by a TEFAL authorised centre. Any error in electrical connection negates the warranty. Disconnect the appliance as soon as you have finished using it for a while or when cleaning. All appliances are subject to severe quality inspection. Practical tests using appliances taken at random are conducted and this may explain any marks showing prior use. You are advised not to use multiple sockets and/or extension cables.
This hot water dispenser must only be used with water in the tank. Tefal accepts no responsibility for any damage resulting from the appliance being used for unauthorised purposes, faulty connections, dangerous handling, operations and repairs. The maintenance warranty will be void in such circumstances. This appliance is intended for domestic use inside the home only. It is not designed for commercial or professional use.
Preventing domestic accidents
To avoid accidents, do not carry your child or baby when drinking or carrying a hot drink. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
Even slight burns can sometimes be serious for children. As they grow up, teach your children to take great care with hot liquids they may encounter in the kitchen. Place the appliance and power cable well behind the work surface outside reach of children and certain disabled persons. If an accident occurs, immediately apply cold running water to the burn and call a medical doctor if necessary.
Protecting the environment
Lets all help protect the environment!
Your appliance contains valuable materials which can be recovered or recycled. Leave it at a local civic waste collection point.
For any consumer queries simply call this number: 1454 - UK (01) - Ireland or consult our website - www.tefal.co.uk
ALL-CLAD JAMIE OLIVER BY TEFAL KRUPS MOULINEX TEFAL
From Cold to Hot water in 3 seconds with Tefals Quick Cup
Tired of waiting endlessly for the water to boil? Tefal has the perfect solution for you. Quick Cup is an extremely clever invention, which serves hot (or cool) water on demand in only 3 seconds and uses only a third of the energy of an ordinary kettle so its a great time, energy and money saver1. The Tefal Quick Cup uses a unique patented heating system called Opti-Quick, which heats up water instantly without the need to pre-heat. At the push of a button, water is pumped through the heating system in a spiral motion, heating it immediately as it travels through the element. In fact, Quick Cup is very energy efficient. Unlike a standard kettle, where the entire water tank is heated, Quick Cup heats only the amount of water you need. There is no wastage of water or energy as you only heat up what you use. This means you can save up to 65% of energy, helping to save on bills too2. So, if you are thinking of replacing your kettle and want to help reduce your carbon footprint, then Quick Cup could be the best way to put your energy-saving intentions into action.
Based on test lab results 2007, comparing between Quick Cup and a standard 2400W kettle. Based on energy savings over a 12 month period for Quick Cup and lighting a home with 10 light points
using 100W bulbs.
Many people are aware of global warming and want to do their bit to reduce energy consumption, but it can be difficult to know where to start or what do to. According to research, kettles are one of the least green kitchen appliances and Quick Cup is the first product of its kind to offer a practical solution to energy consumption in the kitchen. Quick Cup is also equipped with a Claris filtration system to deliver healthy and better tasting water instantly. The cartridge will filter 50 litres of water and will last up to 6 weeks. With Quick Cup, you will be saving on cartridges and you only filter the amount of water you really need. Finally, the Claris filter will guarantee less scale build-up in the element, resulting in a prolonged life for your appliance. Quick Cup features include: Stainless Steel control panel Removable 1.5L water tank Claris Aqua water filtration system Cool touch exterior Adjustable dosage control Automatic mug size function Anti-dust lid Easy lift handle Model number: BR303 RRP: $129.95 Tefal Quick Cup will be available from 1st April 2008.
Tefal is a world leader in non-stick cookware and small electrical appliances, offering a host of stylish, high quality and innovative products designed to simplify everyday tasks in the home. Tefals approach is one that evokes ingenuity and pleasure, aimed at people who enjoy the experience of cooking together.
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