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Kenwood KM260 Series Instructions Manual page 5

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the mixer
the mixing tools and some of their uses
beater
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For making cakes, biscuits, pastry, icing, fillings, éclairs and
mashed potato.
whisk
For eggs, cream, batters, fatless sponges, meringues, cheesecakes,
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mousses, soufflés. Don't use the whisk for
heavy mixtures (eg creaming fat and sugar) - you could
damage it.
dough hook
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For yeast mixtures.
to use your mixer
1 Press down on the head release lever
head until it locks into position.
to insert a tool 2 Select a tool and push into the tool socket
Always ensure the guard is fitted onto the shaft of the dough
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hook before inserting into the outlet. Once inserted fit the
guard to the mixer outlet to prevent food ingress.
3 Fit the bowl into the base and turn clockwise to lock into
position
4 Press down on the head release lever and lower the mixer head until
it locks into position.
5 Plug into the power supply then switch on and turn the speed
switch to the desired setting. To switch off turn to '0'.
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Switch to pulse P for short bursts
6 Unplug from the power supply.
to remove a tool 7 Raise the mixer head and whilst holding it steady, pull the tool
from the outlet.
important
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Some movement of the mixer head is normal when
mixing heavy loads such as bread dough.
If the mixer head is raised during operation, the machine will stop
working straight away. To re-start the mixer, lower the mixer head,
turn the speed switch to the off position, wait a few seconds and then
re-select the speed. The mixer should resume operating straight away.
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If for any reason power to the mixer is interrrupted and the machine
stops working, turn the speed switch to the off position, wait a few
seconds and then re-select the speed. The mixer should resume
operating straight away.
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The mixer will not operate unless all the outlet covers are correctly
fitted to the machine.
If you hear the machine labouring either switch off and remove
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some of the mixture or increase the speed.
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and raise the mixer
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