How To Chop - Haier HFP400SS User Manual

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6. After processing food, release the Pulse, or if you were using continu-
ous ON, press Pulse/OFF. Allow the Disc to stop rotating. Twist the
Food Chute/Cover toward UNLOCK to remove the Cover. Remove
the plug from the wall outlet.
7. Grasp the Disc and lift out, Carefully pull out the Disc Stem, unlock
the Bowl by turning the Handle to the left and remove bowl.

How to Chop

The Chopping Blade speeds up many everyday tasks and is designed to
chop, crumb, grind, mince and mix quickly.
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. Grasp the Chopping Blade by its center shaft
and slide it down onto the Center Post. (B)
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 (C).
4. Plug the cord into an electrical outlet. Use the
Food Guide to help you prepare food for chop-
ping/mincing/mixing and crumbing.
5. Press Pulse (or ON for continuous operation).
When pulsing, hold the Pulse position for about
2-3 seconds: check results; repeat for desired
consistency. It is better to use several short
pulses rather than a single long one unless
mixing ingredients that require longer pro-
cessing times.
6. After processing food, release the Pulse, or if
you were using continuous ON, press
Pulse/OFF. Allow the Disc to stop rotating.
Twist the Food Chute/Cover toward UNLOCK
to remove the Cover. Remove the plug from
the wall outlet.
7. Grasp the Chopping Blade by its shaft and
remove. Unlock the Bowl by turning the han-
dle to the left, and lift the bowl off. Empty the
processed food.
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A.
B.
C.

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