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Philips HR2030
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    Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips! To fully
    benet from the support that Philips offers, register your product
    Read this user manual carefully before you use the appliance and save it for
    future reference.
    - Never immerse the motor unit in water or any other liquid, nor rinse it
    under the tap. Only use a moist cloth to clean the motor unit.
    - Check if the voltage indicated on the appliance corresponds to the local
    mains voltage (110-120/127V or 220-230/240V) before you connect
    the appliance.
    - Do not use the appliance if the plug, the mains cord or other parts are
    - If the mains cord is damaged, you must have it replaced by Philips, a
    service centre authorised by Philips or similarly qualied persons in
    order to avoid a hazard.
    - Do not touch the blades, especially when the appliance is plugged in.
    The blades are very sharp.
    - Never reach into the blender jar with your ngers or an object while
    the appliance is running.
    - 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.
    - Never let the appliance run unattended.
    - If the blades get stuck, unplug the appliance before you remove the
    ingredients that block the blades.
    - Never use the blender jar to switch the appliance on and off.
    - Always unplug the appliance from the mains before you assemble,
    disassemble or make adjustments to any of the parts.
    - Never use any accessories or parts from other manufacturers or that
    Philips does not specically recommend. If you use such accessories or
    parts, your guarantee becomes invalid.
    - Do not exceed the maximum level indicated on the blender jar.
    - Always make sure the lid is properly closed and the measuring cup is
    inserted properly before you switch on the appliance.
    - Never ll the blender jar with ingredients hotter than 80°C/175°C.
    Electromagnetric elds (EMF)
    This Philips appliance complies with all standards regarding electromagnetic
    elds (EMF). If handled properly and according to the instructions in this
    user manual, the appliance is safe to use based on scientic evidence
    available today.
    Built-in safety lock
    This feature ensures that you can only switch on the appliance if you have
    properly assembled the blender jar on the motor unit. If the jar is correctly
    assembled, the built-in safety lock will be unlocked.
    The blender (Fig. 1)
    A Motor unit
    B 0 = OFF button
    D Speed buttons (1 to 3)
    E Integrated blade unit
    F Level indication
    G Blender jar
    H Lid of blender jar
    I Lid opening lever
    J Measuring cup
    K Spatula
    L Filter (HR2034 only)
    Getting started
    1 Thoroughly clean the parts that come into contact with food before
    you use the appliance for the rst time (see chapter ‘Cleaning’).
    Using the blender
    The blender is intended for:
    - Blending uids, e.g. dairy products, sauces, fruit juices, soups, mixed
    drinks, shakes.
    - Mixing soft ingredients, e.g. pancake batter or mayonnaise.
    - Pureeing cooked ingredients, e.g. for making baby food.
    1 Press the lid opening lever to open the lid. (Fig. 2)
    - You only need to remove the lid for cleaning purposes (Fig. 3).
    2 Put the ingredients in the blender jar (Fig. 4).
    To avoid spillage, do not put more than 1.5 litres of liquid in the blender
    jar, especially when you want to process at a high speed. Do not put more
    than 1.1 litres in the blender jar when you want to process hot liquids or
    ingredients that tend to foam.
    Do not process more than one cup of dry ingredients at a time.
    3 Place the jar on the motor unit (1) and turn it clockwise by the
    handle to fasten it (2). (Fig. 5)
    4 Close the lid and insert the measuring cup into the lid (Fig. 6).
    To prevent spillage, always insert the measuring cup into the lid before you
    start processing.
    5 Put the mains plug in the wall socket.
    6 Press one of the speed buttons to switch on the appliance (Fig. 7).
    Do not let the blender run for more than 3 minutes at a time. If you have
    not nished blending after 3 minutes, switch off the appliance for one
    minute before you continue blending.
    Do not process dry ingredients for more than 1 minute.
    7 If you want to process ingredients very briey, press the PULSE/
    QUICK CLEAN button several times (Fig. 8).
    Never press the PULSE/QUICK CLEAN button longer than a few
    seconds at a time.
    8 You can use the opening in the lid to add ingredients while the
    appliance is running (Fig. 9).
    9 Press the OFF button (0) to switch off the appliance. (Fig. 10)
    - Do not prepare recipes that contain large quantities of oil or fat.
    - Cut solid ingredients into smaller pieces before you put them in the
    blender. Do not process a large quantity of dry ingredients at the same
    time. Process these ingredients in a series of small batches instead.
    - If you are not satised with the results when you blend solid ingredients,
    switch off the blender and press the PULSE/QUICK CLEAN button a
    few times to let the blender run briey. You can also stir the ingredients
    with the provided spatula, as long as it rests on the lid (even when
    the blender is running). If you want to use the spatula without resting
    it on the lid, switch off the appliance, open the lid and then stir the
    ingredients. You can also remove some of the contents of the jar and
    process smaller amounts.
    - To crush ice cubes, put max. 5 cubes at a time in the jar and press the
    PULSE/QUICK CLEAN button a few times. Keep the lid on the jar
    during processing.
    Filter (HR2034 only)
    You can use the lter to obtain extra nely blended sauces, fresh fruit juices
    or cocktails. All pips and skins are caught in the lter.
    Never ll the lter beyond its metal part.
    Do not use the lter to process hot ingredients.
    1 Remove the jar from the motor unit.
    2 Open the lid (Fig. 2).
    3 Put the lter in the blender jar (Fig. 11).
    The grooves of the lter and the ribs inside the blender jar help you put the
    lter in the right position.
    4 Close the lid to x the lter in its proper position (Fig. 12).
    5 Assemble the jar onto the motor unit.
    6 Put the ingredients in the lter through the opening in the lid (Fig. 13).
    Cut fruits into smaller pieces and soak dried pulses, such as soy beans,
    before you process them in the lter.
    7 Add water or another liquid.
    8 Put the measuring cup in the lid, press speed button 3 (highest speed)
    and let the appliance run for max. 40 seconds.
    9 Press the OFF button (0) to switch off the appliance (Fig. 10).
    10 Pour out the drink through the spout of the blender jar (Fig. 14).
    Make sure the lid is closed and the measuring cup is in the lid. This prevents
    pulp and skins from ending up in your drink.
    11 For optimal results, put the jar with the remaining ingredients back
    onto the appliance with the lid closed. Then let the appliance run for a
    few more seconds.
    12 Pour out the rest of the drink.
    - Particularly when you process large quantities, we advise you not to put
    all the ingredients in the lter at the same time. Start to process a small
    quantity, let the appliance run for a moment, switch it off and then add
    another small quantity.
    - To get the best result when you make fruit juices and cocktails, add
    approx. 300ml water to 150g fruit. You can also use other liquids, e.g. to
    make cocktails.
    You can use the spatula to prepare smoothies and other recipes which are
    difcult to blend.
    1 Put the ingredients in the blender jar.
    2 Close the lid and insert the spatula into the jar through the hole in
    the lid (Fig. 15).
    Do not use any other spatula than the one provided with this appliance.
    Do not use the spatula if the lid is open.
    3 Press one of the speed buttons to switch on the appliance (Fig. 7).
    4 Use the spatula when needed. Move it up and down or anticlockwise
    for thorough blending (Fig. 16).
    Note: You can safely move the spatula while the blender is running as long as
    the spatula rests on the lid.
    Always unplug the appliance before you clean it.
    Never immerse the motor unit in water, nor rinse it under the tap. Do
    not clean the motor unit in the dishwasher.
    Never use scouring pads, abrasive cleaning agents or aggressive liquids
    such as petrol or acetone to clean the appliance.
    Tip: Cleaning the appliance and its parts is easiest immediately after use.
    1 Make sure the appliance is unplugged.
    2 Disassemble all removable parts from the motor unit.
    3 Clean the motor unit with a moist cloth.
    4 Clean the removable parts in hot water, if necessary with some
    washing-up liquid, or in the dishwasher.
    All removable parts are dishwaher proof, except for the motor unit.
    Note: If you have to clean the mesh of the lter, use a very soft brush.
    Quick-cleaning the blender jar
    1 Fill the blender halfway with warm water and add a few drops of
    washing-up liquid.
    2 Press the PULSE/QUICK CLEAN button a few times (Fig. 8).
    3 Detach the blender jar, empty it and rinse it under the tap.
    1 To store the mains cord, wind it round the reel in the bottom of the
    appliance (Fig. 17).
    HR2030: You can order the lter from your Philips dealer.
    - Do not throw away the appliance with the normal household waste
    at the end of its life, but hand it in at an ofcial collection point for
    recycling. By doing this, you help to preserve the environment. (Fig. 18)
    Guarantee & service
    If you need service or information or if you have a problem, please visit
    the Philips website at or contact the Philips Consumer
    Care Centre in your country (you nd its phone number in the worldwide
    guarantee leaet). If there is no Consumer Care Centre in your country, go
    to your local Philips dealer.
    Soy milk
    - 90g dried soy beans
    - 600ml water
    1 Soak the soy beans for 4 hours before you process them.
    2 Pour the soaked soy beans and the water in the lter. Blend for 24
    seconds at the highest speed.
    Do not process more than 1 batch without interruption. Let the
    appliance cool down to room temperature before continue processing.
    3 Bring the soy milk to the boil in a pan, then add sugar and leave to
    Frequently asked questions
    This chapter lists the questions most frequently asked about the appliance.
    If you cannot nd the answer to your question, contact the Customer Care
    Centre in your country.
    Question Answer
    Can I clean
    all removable
    parts in the
    Yes, except the motor unit. Only clean the motor unit
    with a moist cloth.
    What does
    CLEAN’ mean?
    When you press the PULSE/QUICK CLEAN button,
    the appliance runs at its highest speed until you
    release the button. Use the PULSE/QUICK CLEAN
    button when you want to have more control over
    the processing jobs. You can also use this button
    to quick-clean the blender jar (see chapter ‘Cleaning’).
    Can I pour boiling
    hot liquids into
    the blender jar?
    No, let hot liquids cool down to 80°C/175°F to
    prevent damage to the jar.
    Why does
    the motor
    produce an
    smell during
    It is normal for a new appliance to give off an
    unpleasant smell or emit some smoke the rst few
    times it is used. This phenomenon stops after you
    have used the appliance a few times. If the appliance
    has been switched on too long, it may also give off
    an unpleasant smell or emit some smoke. In this case,
    switch off the appliance and let it cool down for 60
    The appliance
    stopped running
    because the
    blade unit is
    blocked. What
    should I do?
    Press the OFF button (0) and use a spatula to
    dislodge the ingredients that block the blade unit. We
    also advise you to process a smaller quantity.
    Why does the
    fruit juice or soy
    milk contain a lot
    of pulp or skins?
    To prevent pulp and skins from ending up in your
    drink, make sure that the lter is properly placed
    in the jar. Also make sure the lid is closed and the
    measuring cup is inserted in the lid.
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Philips HR2030 specificaties

Merk Philips
Model HR2030
Product Blender
Taal Engels
Bestandstype PDF
Materiaal mes Roestvrijstaal
Materiaal behuizing Kunststof
Materiaal kommen SAN
Vermogen 600 W
AC invoer voltage 220-240 V
AC invoer frequentie 50 - 60 Hz
Aantal snelheidsstanden 3
Inhoud bak/kan 2 l
Pulse function Ja
Soort Blender voor op aanrecht
Uitneembare bak Ja
Snoeropslag Ja
Deksel met vulgat Ja
Kleur van het product Wit
Inhoud van de verpakking
Maatbeker Ja
Verpakkingsinhoud Spatel

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