Philips HR2210 - Soup Maker Manual

Philips HR2210 - Soup Maker Manual

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Philips HR2210 - Soup Maker Manual

Product Overview

Product Overview

Controls Overview

Controls Overview

  1. Decrease button for preset timer
  2. Increase button for preset timer
  3. Timer display
  4. Working indicator
  5. Warm keeping indicator
  6. On/Off button
  7. Cooking programs
  8. Cooking program indicators -only light up when the corresponding function is selected
  9. Start button
Type of soup Cooking programs Cooking time Result

Salty soup
Fast cooking 2 hours Sufficient for 2-3 persons
Standard cooking 4 hours Sufficient for 3-4 persons
Slow cooking 6 hours Sufficient for 4-5 persons with more tender meat

Sweet soup
Fast cooking 2 hours Sufficient for 2-3 persons
Standard cooking 3 hours Sufficient for 3-4 persons
Slow cooking 4 hours Sufficient for 4-5 persons with more tender taste

Preparations before cooking

Preparations before cooking

Note:

  • Add water to the water level indication on the inside of the water pot.
  • Do not use this appliance on an unstable or uneven surface.
  • Blanch the meat before putting it in the food pot.
  • To avoild scalding, assemble the anti-scalding silicon pot holder. (Note: Assemble the pot holder on the handles first, and then round the silicon ring on the edge of the food pot.)

Using the appliance

Using the appliance - Step 1
Using the appliance - Step 2
Using the appliance - Step 3

Note:

  • After the cooking program is selected, press the start button (refer to fig. 3).
  • Put all the ingredients in the food pot before cooking. Try not to add ingredients during cooking.
  • If you need to open the lid during cooking or shortly after the cooking process is finished, take extra caution of the steam to avoid getting burnt.
  • The cooking process will be finished when 0:00 displays on the screen.
  • After the cooking is finished, the appliance will stay at warm keeping mode for 1 hour.

Preset time for delayed cooking

Preset time for delayed cooking

Note:

  • After the program you need is selected, press "+" or "-"to set the preset time. For example, if the current time is 10:00 in the morning and you want your soup ready at 18:00 in the evening (8 hours later), you can set the preset time to 8:00. The cooking program will start at a later time, and finishes at 18:00.

Cleaning

Cleaning

Note:

  • Before cleaning, make sure the appliance is switched off and unplugged.
  • Make sure that the pots and sealing ring cool down to room temperature before cleaning.
  • Only clean the pots with a soft cloth.
  • Disassemble the sealing ring before cleaning the water pot. Wash the sealing ring and water pot separately.
  • Clean the exterior of the base with a soft clean cloth.
  • You can disassemble the anti-scalding silicon pot holder and clean it with tap water. (Note: Take the silicon ring off the edge of the food pot first, and then remove the pot holder from the handles.)

Your Chi-pot soup maker

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Important

Read this user manual carefully before you use the appliance, and save it for future reference.

  • This appliance is intended for household use only.
  • This 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 appliance.
  • Check if the voltage indicated on the appliance corresponds to the local power voltage before you connect it.
  • Only connect the appliance to a grounded power outlet. Always make sure that the plug is inserted firmly 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.
  • Do not use this appliance on an unstable or uneven surface.
  • Do not exceed the water level indication when filling the water pot with water. This is to avoid overflow
  • Do not plug in or unplug the appliance with wet hands.
  • Before plugging in the appliance, make sure the heating element, temperature sensor and exterior of the water pot are clean and dry. Residues on them could lead to malfunction of the appliance.
  • Make sure to put the water pot in the base before you plug in and switch on the appliance.
  • Beware of the hot steam that comes out of the steam vent during steaming or when you remove the lid. Keep your hands and face away from the steam vent of the food pot and the one on the lid to avoid scalding yourself with the steam.
  • The food pot becomes hot during cooking. Do not get too close to the pot or touch it with your hands to avoid scalding.
  • When you open the lid during cooking, beware of the hot steam coming out of the food pot to avoid scalding. When you check the food status, use an utensil with a longer handle.
  • Do not move the appliance when it is working.
  • Do not remove the water pot before it cools down to room temperature and the appliance is unplugged.
  • After the cooking is finished, take extra caution when removing the lid and keep it away from your body. Beware of the condensation to avoid scalding.
  • Do not clean the water pot and food pot before they have cooled down to room temperature.
  • Do not immerse the base in water nor rinse it under the tap.
  • Do not use the water pot or food pot on open flame or on/in other heating appliances.
  • Do not expose the appliance to high temperature, nor put it on or near an operating or still hot stove or cooker.
  • Do not connect the appliance to an external timer to avoid hazards.
  • Do not use the appliance if the plug, the power cord, the base, or the appliance itself is damaged.

Troubleshooting

This chapter summarizes the most common problems you could encounter with the appliance. If you are unable to solve the problem with the information below, contact the Consumer Care Center in your country.

Problem Possible cause Solution

The On/Off button is not responsive

The plug is not firmly inserted Check and put the plug in the socket properly
Malfunction of the main circuit board Take the appliance to a service center authorized by Philips

There is a popping sound during cooking

Water drops on the outside of the water pot makes a popping sound when being heated up Wipe the outside of the water pot dry before cooking
The heating plate works but the cooking indicator does not light up Malfunction of the main circuit board Take the appliance to a service center authorized by Philips
The heating pate does not work and the cooking indicator does not light up The appliance is not plugged in Check if the appliance is plugged in
Malfunction of the main circuit board Take the appliance to a service center authorized by Philips
The cooking indicator lights up but the heating plate does not work Malfunction of the main circuit board Take the appliance to a service center authorized by Philips
Malfunction of the heating plate

The appliance does not work

You did not press the start button Press the start button
The heating plate is damaged or the water pot is deformed Take the appliance to a service center authorized by Philips

Error code "Err" flashes on the LED screen

Water in the water pot has dried up Switch off the appliance and unplug. Add water to the water level indication, plug in and switch on the appliance to cook again
Malfunction of the circuit board Take the appliance to a service center authorized by Philips

Error code "E1" flashes on the LED screen

There is an open circuit in the bottom sensor Take the appliance to a service center authorized by Philips

Error code "E2" flashes on the LED screen

There is a short circuit in the bottom sensor Take the appliance to a service center authorized by Philips

There is not enough soup

You did not use enough water Add water to the water level indication
The cooking environment is not properly sealed Check if the sealing ring is well assembled, and if the lid is closed properly
The appliance does not switch to warm keeping mode after the cooking process is finished Malfunction of the circuit board Take the appliance to a service center authorized by Philips
Water leaks out of the water pot Too much water in the water pot Add water to the water level indication
Steam comes out of the appliance during cooking This is normal No action needed
Water leaks out of the appliance during cooking There is too much water in the water pot Add water and food according to the recipe
There is unpleasent smell during cooking There are food residues on the heating plate Check the heating plate and remove the residues
After using it for some time, the food pot is discolored Food ingredients with deep color are used during cooking This is normal for the pottery material, and does not affect normal usage

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References

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