Using Your Food Processor; Note About Usage; Operating The Food Processor; How To Slice Or Shred - Haier HFP400SS User Manual

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Using Your Food Processor

processor; it will damage the Bowl and dull the Chopping Blade. This unit will
not whip cream, beat egg whites to a desirable volume, grind coffee beams or
spices with a high oil content, or slice or shred hard-cooked eggs, marshmal-
lows, or soft cheeses.
processor will not operate unless the Bowl is locked onto the Base and the Cover
is correctly locked onto the Bowl. Be sure the Bowl Handle is turned fully onto the
Base so that the Handle lines up over the Signal Light. Do not attempt to operate
the unit without the Cover correctly in place. Be sure the is on a flat, dry, clean
surface before you begin processing.

Operating the Food Processor

How to Slice or shred

1. Place the Bowl over the Center Post in the base
with the Handle on the left. Turn the bowl right
until it drops down into place. Snap the bowl in
so that the Handle lines up straight over the
Signal Light; be sure it locks into place (A).
2. Slide the Disc Stem onto the Center Post in the
Bowl, then carefully grasp the Slice/Shred Disc
(use caution as disc is sharp) with the desired
side (Slice or Shred) up and push it down onto
the disc Stem.
3. Place the Cover onto the Bowl so that the food
Chute is to the right of the bowl handle. Twist the
Food Chute/Cover toward LOCK until you hear it
click into place (B).
4. Plug the cord into an electrical outlet. Use the
food Guide to help you prepare food for
slice/shred processing. Fill the Food Chute with
food and position the Pusher over the food.
5. Press down lightly but firmly on the Food Pusher while pressing Pulse
(or press ON for continuous processing).
NOTE: Let the Processor do the work. Heavy pressure will not speed
Do not attempt to chop ice in this food
For your protection, this unit has an Interlock System so the
operation. Do not use the Processor continuously for more
than 3 minutes at a time.

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