before using your Kenwood
Keep hot drinks out of childrens
Read these instructions carefully and
Don't drink while holding your baby.
retain for future reference.
If you're passing someone a drink,
Remove all packaging and any
make sure a child isn't underneath.
Do not let infirm people use the
appliance without supervision.
Do not let children use or play with
Switch off and unplug:
Only use the appliance for its intended
before fitting and removing parts
domestic use. Kenwood will not accept
any liability if the appliance is subject to
improper use, or failure to comply with
Never immerse the
base/paddle assembly or
before plugging in
allow its underside to get wet.
Make sure your electricity supply is
Dry thoroughly before use.
the same as the one shown on the
Do not overfill as hot liquid may
underside of the machine.
splash out during the blending
The machine complies with
European Economic Community
Never let the power unit, cord or
plug get wet.
Keep hands and utensils out of the
before using for the first time
1 Wash the parts: see 'cleaning'.
goblet when it's on the power unit.
2 Wrap excess cord around the cord
Never use a damaged appliance.
Get it checked or repaired : see
storage device on the underside of
Never use an unauthorised
Never leave the appliance on
When removing the goblet from the
power unit, wait until the paddle has
Do not operate the appliance whilst
the goblet is empty.
heating timer (up to 10 cups)
Only operate the appliance with the
keep warm button
lid in place.
frothy mix button
Only use the power unit supplied
and keep it clean and dry.
Beware, the appliance will get hot
during operation. Always remove the
to use your Choco Latte
lid using the plastic finger grip.
Keep small children away from the
appliance and never let the cord
1 Make sure the base/paddle
hang down over the worktop edge -
assembly and tap are correctly
a small child could grab it and pull
assembled to the goblet, then place
the appliance down.
on the power unit.
Take care when drinking liquids as
they will be hot.