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How To Clean - Panasonic MJ-L500 Operating Instructions Manual

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How to clean

Do not use the following:
Do not use benzine, thinner, alcohol, bleach, polishing powder, metal brush or nylon brush, otherwise
the surface will be damaged.
Do not clean the appliance with pointed object such as a toothpick or pin.
Food pusher/Hopper
Wash with diluted dish soap
(neutral) and a soft sponge. Then
rinse thoroughly with water and dry
well.
* NOT dishwasher safe
Frost attachment
Wash with diluted dish soap
(neutral) and a soft sponge. Then
rinse thoroughly with water and dry
well.
* Dishwasher safe
Rotating brush
(P. GB19)
Juicing bowl
(P. GB19)
Motor housing
Wipe with a well-wrung cloth.
* NOT dishwasher safe
Dishwasher safe parts
Before putting the parts into a dishwasher, remove residue on the parts.
Heat may cause cracking of parts. Always place the parts away from any heater or set a low
temperature of heater.
GB18
Clean the appliance after every use.
Unplug before cleaning.
About discoloration of parts
Some discolouration of parts may
occur upon usage using ingredients
such as carrot or leaf vegetable etc.
Cleaning all parts immediately after
each use will help to reduce stains.
Squeezing screw/Filter
Wash with diluted dish soap
(neutral) and a soft sponge. Then
rinse thoroughly with water and dry
well.
• U sethecleaning
brush to clean the
bottom surface of
squeezing screw.
• W henthefilterisclogged,
use the cleaning brush to
clean.
* Dishwasher safe
Accessories
Wash with diluted dish soap
(neutral) and a soft sponge. Then
rinse thoroughly with water and dry
well.
* Dishwasher safe
Rotating brush/Juicing bowl
Wash with diluted dish soap (neutral) and a soft sponge. Then rinse thoroughly with water and dry well.
After dry all the parts, assemble them correctly.
Use the tip of brush handle and to clean spouts of the juicing bowl.
(The side surface may be scratched if you use the brush to clean it.)
To disassembling
Push the rubber brush to the direction
indicated by the arrow mark and take the
part out from the gap.
Do not pull the rubber brush hard.
Note
Rubber brush
Gap
■ Gasket of the inner side of the
■ Rubber plug of outer bottom of the juicing bowl
juicing bowl
To disassemble
To disassemble
Pull the gasket
up.
To assemble
Push the
gasket into
opening as
figure bellow.
Pull the rubber plug out in the
direction of the arrow.
Push
Cannot be removed from
the juicing bowl.
Sectional view
About the rubber brushes, gasket and rubber plug
After washing, drain off water well and then assemble them.
Do not leave them unassembled.
(There are risks of loss, choking on and swallowing of little parts by children, failure, or leakage of juice.)
To avoid formation of rust, dry the parts after washing.
Storage
To avoid failure, do not place the motor housing up-side down.
To move the juicer, separate the juicing bowl from the motor housing and
hold them with your both hands. (P. GB8).
Store the appliance in a place that is beyond the reach of young children.
* NOT dishwasher safe
To assemble
Insert the upper/lower grooves of the rubber brush into
the gap and then slide it all the way up/down both ends.
To avoid damaging the juicer, make sure the upper and
lower grooves are in the correct position.
Insert the groove to
Gap
the projected part.
Upper
(Long)
Lower
(Short)
Top view
To assemble
Push the rubber
plug into the open-
ing in direction
of the arrow until
there is no gap.
GB19

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