Labels on appliance
The following warning symbols are found
on the appliance:
Warning! Allow moving parts to
come to a stop before
Assembling the juicer
• Wash all detachable parts (see chapter
'Maintenance and cleaning').
• Place the juice collector (D) on to the
motor base (E).
• Put the rotary sieve (C) in the juice
• Make sure the rotary sieve (C) is ﬁtted
securely onto the driving shaft ('click').
• Always check the rotary sieve (C) before
use. If you detect any cracks or damage,
do not use the appliance and contact the
nearest service centre or take the
appliance to your dealer.
• Place the juicer lid (B) onto the juice
• Lock the clamp (G) onto the juicer lid (B)
to lock it into place ('click') and slide the
pusher (A) into the feeding tube by
aligning the groove in the pusher with
the small protrusion on the inside of the
feeding tube. Never insert your ﬁngers or
an object into the feeding tube.
• Place the pulp collector (H) in to position
at the side of the juicer.
• Place a jug under the spout.
The following settings are available:
P = Pulse Operation
O = Power O
1 = Low Speed
2 = High Speed
The appliance should be
disconnected from the mains
supply before removing the jug.
Using the juicer
• Place the appliance on a ﬂat, stable
surface and connect it to the electrical
• Select the required speed (P, 1 or 2) using
the CONTROL KNOB (F).
• Remove the pusher & add the
ingredients, using the pusher to guide
the ingredients onto the blades.
While you are preparing juice, you can
empty the pulp container by switching the
appliance o and carefully removing the
Note: Reassemble the empty pulp container
before you continue juicing.
The Juicer should not be run for longer than
1 Minute. After each 1 Minute use, the Juicer
should be allowed to cool for at least 1
minute. After 3 consecutive cycles the juicer
must be allowed to cool for 15 minutes
before further use.
Note: For harder fruits and vegetables like
pineapple, carrots, beetroot etc, use speed I
and for softer ones like apples, cucumbers,
celery stalks, tomatoes, melons and grapes
use speed II.