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to use your handmixer
1 Unwrap the cord and make sure
the speed switch a is in the off "O"
position. Ensure the tool storage f
has been removed.
2 Insert the beaters or kneaders 1 –
turn and push until a positive click is
felt.
Important: The kneader with the
collar d will only fit into the larger
socket.
3 Plug in.
4 With the ingredients in a bowl of an
appropriate size, place the beaters/
kneaders into the bowl.
5 Pull the speed switch backwards
to reach the desired speed (the first
dot on the handmixer body is the
slowest speed setting). Line up the
dot on the side of the speed switch
with the corresponding speed.
As the mixture thickens, increase the
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speed.
If the machine starts to slow or
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labour, increase the speed.
Move the speed switch forwards
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to the pulse "P" position to operate
the motor at maximum speed. The
motor will operate for as long as the
pulse is held in position.
6 When the mixture has reached the
desired consistency, return the speed
switch to the off "O" position and
then lift the beaters/kneaders out of
the bowl.
7 To remove the tools, make sure
the speed switch is in the off "O"
position and unplug the handmixer.
Press the tool release button b.
Hold onto the tool shafts when
ejecting the tools.
Important:
kneaders only - when making
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bread dough, we recommend that
the dough load does not exceed
450g flour.
hints
When creaming for cake mixtures,
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use butter or margarine at room
temperature or soften before use.
To avoid overloading your mixing
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bowl, select one of an appropriate
size.
Large quantities and thick mixtures
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may require a longer mixing time.
When whipping cream, use of a
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high-sided bowl is recommended to
minimise splashing.
Switch it off as soon as you've got
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the right consistency.
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