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Troubleshooting Guide - Kenwood FDP60 Instructions Manual

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The processor will not operate.
Compact chopper/grinder will not operate.
Blender will not operate.
Processor stops or slows
during processing.
Blender leaking from blade assembly base.
Blender seal missing from blade unit when
removed from packaging.
Poor performance of tools/attachments.

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No Power.
No power/indicator light not lit.
Bowl not fitted to power unit correctly.
Bowl lid not locked on correctly.
Compact chopper/grinder not locked on correctly. The compact chopper/grinder will not
Compact chopper/grinder not assembled correctly. Check blade unit is fully tightened
Blender not locked on correctly.
Blender not assembled correctly.
Overload protection operated.
Processor overloaded or overheated during
Maximum capacity exceeded.
Seal missing.
Seal incorrectly fitted.
Seal damaged.
The seal is packed pre-fitted to the blade unit.
Refer to hints in relevant "using the attachment" section. Check attachments are
assembled correctly.
Check processor is plugged in.
Check bowl is located correctly and
the handle is situated towards the
right hand side.
Check that the lid interlock is
located correctly into the handle
The processor will not work
if the bowl and lid are fitted
operate if fitted incorrectly to the
onto the compact chopper/grinder jar.
The blender will not operate if
fitted incorrectly to the interlock.
Check blade unit is fully tightened
into the goblet.
Switch off, unplug and allow the
appliance to cool down for
approximately 15 minutes.
Refer to the speed chart for maximum
capacities to process.
Check seal is fitted correctly and not
damaged. To obtain a replacement
seal see "service & customer care".
Unscrew goblet and check that seal
is fitted to blade unit.
To obtain a replacement seal see
"service & customer care".

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