before plugging in
Make sure your electricity supply is
the same as the one shown on the
Take special care when preparing
food for babies, the elderly and
Important - UK only
infirm. Always ensure that the hand
The wires in the cord are coloured
blender shaft is thoroughly
sterilised. Use a sterilising solution
Blue = Neutral, Brown = Live.
in accordance with the sterilising
Your hand blender complies with
European Economic Community
Never touch the blades while the
before using for the first
machine's plugged in.
Keep fingers, hair, clothing and
1 Remove all packaging and throw
utensils away from moving parts.
away the blade covers.
Unplug after use and before
2 Wash the parts: see 'cleaning'.
Never blend hot oil or fat.
know your Kenwood hand
Don't let children or infirm people
use the hand blender without
Never use a damaged hand
blender. Get it checked or
blender shaft (removable)
repaired: see 'service'.
Never put the power handle in
water or let the cord or plug get
wet - you could get an electric
Never let the cord touch hot
surfaces or hang down where a
child could grab it.
Never use an unauthorised
Young children should be
whisk (HB650/HB660 series)
supervised to ensure that they do
not play with this appliance.
tool tidy (HB650/HB660 series)
Don't touch the sharp blades.
Remove the chopper blade before
emptying the bowl.
to use the hand blender
You can blend baby food, soups,
Never remove the cover until the
sauces, milk shakes and
blade has completely stopped.
for beaker blending
With heavy mixtures, don't use
Put the base/lid on the bottom of
your hand blender for longer than
the beaker. (This stops the beaker
50 seconds in any four minute
sliding on the worktop.)
period - it'll overheat.
Don't fill the beaker above 700ml
Only use your hand blender for its
intended domestic use.
for saucepan blending
Take the pan off the heat and let it
cool slightly. Otherwise your hand
blender could overheat.
1 Fit the power handle inside the
blender shaft, turn and lock
2 Plug in. To avoid splashing, place
the blade in the food before
3 Hold the beaker steady. Then
press either speed button (use
speed 1 for slower blending and to
to use the whisk (if supplied)
You can whip light ingredients
Don't let liquid get above the join
such as egg whites; cream; instant
between the power handle and
desserts; and eggs and sugar for
Move the blade through the food
Don't whisk heavier mixtures such
and use a stabbing action.
as margarine and sugar - you'll
If your blender gets blocked,
damage the whisk.
unplug before clearing.
1 Push the wire whisk into the whisk
4 After use, unplug and dismantle.
2 Fit the power handle inside the
to use the chopper (if
whisk collar, turn and lock
3 Place your food in a bowl.
You can chop meat, cheese,
Don't whisk more than 4 egg
vegetables, herbs, bread, biscuits
whites or 400ml (
4 Plug in. To avoid splashing, start
Don't chop hard foods such as
on speed 1. Move the whisk
coffee beans, ice cubes, spices or
chocolate - you'll damage the
Don't let liquid get above the whisk
1 Remove any bones and cut food
5 After use, unplug and dismantle.
into 1-2cm (
2 Put the base/lid on the bottom of
the chopper bowl. (This stops the
1 Wrap the cord around the power
bowl sliding on the worktop.)
handle, then clip the end into the
3 Fit the chopper blade over the pin
in the bowl
4 Add your food.
2 Fit the tool tidy onto the chopper
5 Fit the chopper cover, turn and
cover (line up the tab first)
3 Fit the power handle on top and
6 Fit the power handle, turn and lock
turn. On each side store the
attachments - simply lower, then
7 Plug in. Hold the bowl steady.
Then press speed 2.
8 After use, unplug and dismantle.