Philips HR1811 - Juicer Manual

Philips HR1811 - Juicer Manual


Philips HR1811 - Juicer Manual

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Read this user manual carefully before you use this juicer and save it for future reference.

  • Don't immerse the motor unit of the juicer in water, any other fluid, nor rinse it under the tap. Use only a moist cloth to clean.

  • Check if the voltage indicated on the juicer corresponds to the local power voltage before you connect it.
  • Only connect the juicer to a grounded power outlet. Always make sure that the plug is inserted firmly into the power outlet.
  • Do not use the appliance if the plug, the power cord, or other components are damaged.
  • Assemble the juicer properly before plugging it into the power outlet.
  • Make sure that the damaged power cord is replaced by Philips, a service center authorized by Philips or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
  • If you detect cracks in rotating sieve or if rotating sieve is damaged in anyway, do not use the appliance anymore and contact the nearest Philips service center.
  • Avoid touching the sharp blades, especially when you clean them and when the juicer is still connected to power outlet.
  • The appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
  • Children should be supervised to make sure that they do not play with the juicer.
  • Keep the power cord out of the reach of children. Do not let the power cord hang over the edge of the table or worktop on which the juicer stands.
  • Do not plug in the juicer or press any of the buttons on the control panel with wet hands.
  • Never use the accessories to turn the juicer on and off.
  • Never let the juicer operate unattended.

  • Never use any accessories or parts from other manufacturers or that Philips does not specifically recommend. If you use such accessories or parts, your guarantee becomes invalid.
  • Do not remove accessories from the motor unit when the juicer is working.
  • Never reach into the bowl with your fingers or an object while the juicer is running.
  • Do not exceed the quantities indicated in the recipe section.
  • Unplug the juicer immediately after use.
  • Avoid touching the sharp blades, especially when the juicer is still connected to power outlet.
  • Place the juicer on a stable, horizontal, and level surface.
  • Switch off and unplug the juicer from the power supply before you take out and insert any accessories from the main unit.
  • Always let the juicer cool down before you clean or move it.
  • Always clean the juicer after use. You can clean the juicer in dishwasher.
  • Always unplug the juicer if not used for a longer period.
  • This appliance is intended for household use only.
  • Make sure all parts are correctly mounted before you switch on the appliance.
  • Only use the appliance when both clamps are locked. Unlock the clamps after you have switched off the appliance and the sieve has stopped rotating.
  • Food coloring can discolor components. This is normal and has no impact on use.

Electromagnetic fields (EMF)

This Philips appliance complies with all applicable standards and regulations regarding exposure to electromagnetic fields.

Built-in safety lock

This feature ensures that you can only switch on the appliance if the lid and the blade unit are assembled on the motor unit properly. If the lid and the blade unit are correctly assembled, the built-in safety lock will be unlocked.



Pusher Pulp container
Feeding tube Switch
Lid Motor unit
Sieve Juice container
Juice collector Juice container cover
Locking clips Spout
Driving shaft

Before first use

  1. Take out all the accessories.
  2. Clean the parts of the juicer thoroughly before using the juicer for the first time (see chapter 'Cleaning').
  3. Make sure all parts are completely dry before you start using the juicer.

Using the juicer

Extracting Juice

The juicer can be used for preparing fresh fruit juices. Pulp, pips and skins will be separated.
Make sure the control switch is off. Then, connect to the power socket.

  1. Clean and cut large ingredients into pieces that fit into the feeding tube.
  2. Turn the control switch to the suggested speed.
  3. Put your ingredients through the feeding tube.
  4. Push the ingredients gently down with the pusher.


  • Remove stones from cherries, plums, peaches, etc. You do not have to remove cores or seeds from fruits like melons, apples and grapes.
  • Use fresh fruit and vegetables; they contain more juice. Particularly suitable for processing in the juice extractor are pineapples, beetroots, celery stalks, apples, cucumbers, carrots, spinach, melons, tomatoes, oranges and grapes.
  • You do not have to remove thin peels or skins. Only remove thick peels, e.g. those of oranges, pineapples and uncooked beetroots. Also remove the white pith of citrus fruits because it has a bitter taste.
  • When you prepare apple juice, remember that the thickness of the apple juice depends on the apple you are using. The juicier the apple the thinner the juice. Choose an apple that produces the type of juice you prefer.
  • Apple juice turns brown very quickly. You can slow down this process by adding a few drops of lemon juice.
  • Fruits that contain starch, such as bananas, papayas, avocados, figs and mangoes are not suitable for processing in the juice extractor. Use a food processor, blender or bar blender to process these fruits.
  • Leaves and leafstalks of e.g. lettuce can also be processed in the juice extractor.
  • Drink the juice immediately after you have extracted it. If it is exposed to air for some time, the juice will lose its taste and nutritional value.
  • You can get more juice output if you use softer force to push the fruit and vegetables down.

information Notes

  • Do not exert too much pressure on the pusher, since this would affect the quality of the end result and it could even cause the sieve to come to a halt.
  • Do not run the juicer continuously for more than 2 minutes. If you have not finished extracting juice, switch the juicer off, and allow it to cool down to room temperature before you continue processing.
  • Do not reach into the sieve through the pulp outlet of the pulp collector.


It is easiest to clean the juicer, its parts and accessories immediately after use.

information Notes

  • Unplug the juicer before you started cleaning it.
  • Wait until the juicer has cooled down sufficiently before cleaning it.
  • All detachable accessories can be cleaned in dishwasher.
  • Clean the motor unit with a moist cloth.
  • Do not use scouring pads, abrasive cleaning agents or aggressive liquids such as petrol, alcohol or acetone to clean the appliance.
  1. After you unplug the juicer, detach the used accessories, parts and clean them in lukewarm washing up liquid.
    Cleaning - Detaching the used accessories and parts
  2. Rinse all accessories and parts under a tap.
  3. For better cleaning, you can use the brush to clean.


  1. Keep it in dry places to avoid the sieve, blades get rusty.
  2. Plug could be inserted into the main unit for storage.


With Juicer, you can experiment endlessly and try out all kind of recipes. You can make delicious juices, shakes, soups, and sauces in no time at all. To give you an idea of the possibilities, you can go to

For Juicing

Ingredients Weight Speed
Cucumbers/ Spinach/ Melons/ Tomatoes/ Oranges/ Lemon/ Grapes/ Berries 500g 1
Apples/ Carrots/ Pineapples/ Beetroots/ Celery/ Pear 500g 2

Ginger juice recipe
Juice 60g ginger for 10 seconds. You have to exert a higher pressing force (of up to 2kg) on the pusher.


  • If you want to use ginger juice more often to flavour your home-made juices, you can prepare it in advance. You can store the ginger juice in a sealed jar in the refrigerator for up to one week.


Do not throw away the appliance with normal household waste at the end of its life, but hand it in at an official collection point for recycling. By doing this, you can help to preserve the environment.


If you encounter problems when using this juicer, check the following points before requesting service. If you cannot solve the problem, contact the Philips Consumer Care Center in your country.

Problem Solution

The juicer does not work

The juicer is equipped with a safety system. If the accessories are not properly connected with the motor unit, the juicer does not work. Check whether the accessories have been connected in the right way (see the various sections). Turn off the juicer first!

The motor unit is blocked

Turn off the juicer and process a smaller quantity.
The motor unit gives an unpleasant smell during the first few times of use. This is normal for the first few applications. If the smelling continues, check the quantity you are processing, the application time, or used speed.
The sieve of the juicer makes contact with the feeding tube or shows a high vibration during processing. Turn off the juicer. Check if the sieve is properly connected. The ribs on the bottom of the sieve should fit properly on the motor coupling opening.
Check if the sieve is not damaged. Cracks, fissures, loose grater disc or any other irregularity may cause malfunction.


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