Use the citrus juicer to squeeze the juice from citrus fruits (eg
oranges, lemons, limes and grapefruits).
to use the citrus juicer
1 Fit the bowl onto the power unit, add the detachable drive shaft.
2 Fit the sieve into the bowl - ensuring the sieve handle is locked
into position directly over the bowl handle
3 Place the cone over the drive shaft turning until it drops all the
4 Cut the fruit in half. Then switch on and press the fruit onto the
The citrus juicer will not operate if the sieve is not
For best results store and juice the fruit at room temperature and
hand roll on a worktop before juicing.
To help with juice extraction move the fruit from side to side
When juicing large quantities, empty the strainer regularly to
prevent the build up of pulp and seeds.
Use the centrifugal juicer for making juice from firm fruit and
Do not use the juice extractor if the filter is
Only use the pusher supplied. Never put your fingers in the feed
tube. Unplug before unblocking the feed tube.
Before removing the lid, switch off and wait for the filter to stop.
Never use a damaged attachment.
to use the juice extractor
1 Fit the bowl to the power unit
2 Place the pulp remover into the filter drum - ensuring the tabs
locate with the slots in the bottom of the drum
3 Fit the filter drum
4 Place the attachment lid onto the bowl, turn until it locks and the
feed tube sits over the handle
not operate if the bowl or lid are not fitted correctly
into the interlock.
5 Cut the food to fit the feed tube.
6 Switch on and push down evenly with the pusher - never put
your fingers in the feed tube. Process fully before adding
After adding the last piece, let the juice extractor run for a further
30 seconds to extract all the juice from the filter drum.
. Your juice extractor will
If the juice extractor starts to vibrate, switch off and empty the
pulp from the drum. (The juice extractor vibrates if the pulp
becomes unevenly distributed).
Maximum capacity that can be processed at one time is 800g of
fruit or vegetables (refer to speed chart).
Some very hard foods may make your juice extractor slow down
or stop. If this happens switch off and unblock the filter.
Switch off and clear the pulp collector regularly during use.
Before processing remove stones and pips (eg pepper, melon,
plum) and tough skins (eg melon, pineapple). You don't need to
peel or core apples and pears.
Use firm, fresh fruit and vegetables.
To maximise juice extraction place small quantities at a time in
the feed tube and push down slowly.
Citrus fruit - peel and remove the white pith, otherwise the juice
may taste bitter. For best results use the citrus juicer.
attachment storage box
Your food processor is supplied with a storage box for your
1 Fit the discs into the storage box when not in use
2 The storage box is fitted with a safety lock - close the lid to lock.
To open lift up the lid
care & cleaning
Always switch off and unplug before cleaning.
Handle the blades and cutting discs with care - they
are extremely sharp.
Some foods may discolour the plastic. This is perfectly normal
and won't harm the plastic or affect the flavour of your food. Rub
with a cloth dipped in vegetable oil to remove the discolouration.
Wipe with a damp cloth, then dry. Ensure that the interlock area
is clear of food debris.
Don't immerse the power unit in water.
Store excess cord in the storage area at the back of the power
1 Empty the goblet, unscrew the blade unit by turning to the
to release. Then remove the blade unit by
pushing up from underneath.
Care should be taken when removing the blade unit from the
2 Wash the goblet by hand.
3 Remove and wash the seal.
4 Don't touch the sharp blades – brush them clean using hot
soapy water, then rinse thoroughly under the tap. Don't
immerse the blade unit in water.
5 Leave to dry upside down.
Detach the beaters from the drive head by gently pulling them
free. Wash in warm soapy water.
Wipe the drive head with a damp cloth, then dry. Do not
immerse the drive head in water.