STORING AND SERVING THE ICE-CREAM
Once prepared, the icecream may be served immediately. However, a firmer consistency will
devel o p if the icecream is left in the container for 3040 mins before serving. No harm will be
done if the icecream is left in the container and stored in the refrigerator or freezer as required.
-The icecream container has been designed to produce up to 1 kg of icecream per operation.
Havi n g completed one operation it is necessary to wash and refreeze the container before
processing more icecream.
-The icecream container must be completely frozen to work correctly. Use a deep freeze unit
if one is available, or set the freezer unit of your refrigerator to its lowest setting. Shake the
container to ensure the liquid inside is completely frozen.
-Always remove icecream from the container with a non-metal spoon or scraper. Metal utensils
should not be used in case they damage the surface of the container.
-This machine has an inbuilt thermal cut-out switch which will operate to stop the motor if it
becomes overheated. Always ensure that the motor has time to cool down before starting
another full churning cycle.
-Avoid putting icecream mixture into the frozen icecream container when it is not rotating.
It may freeze to the blade and stop the churning action.
HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR 'GLACIER' ICE-CREAM MAKER
Switch power off and unpl u g from power outlet. Separate lid, icecream container and upper
housi n g from motor unit. Wipe motor unit with a soft damp cloth and dry thoroughly. Do not use
harsh cleaners that may damage the surface. D O NOT IMMERSE MOTOR UNIT IN WATER O R
OTHER LIQUID. Wash lid, icecream container and upper housing by hand (dishwasher cleaning is
not recommended) in warm sudsy water and using liquid cleaners to remove stubborn spots.
Rinse and dry.