Philips Avance Collection HR1890 manual

Philips Avance Collection HR1890
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Introduction

Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips! To fully
benet from the support that Philips oers, register your product
at www.philips.com/welcome.
This Philips Avance slow juicer helps you to get all the goodness
of fruits and vegetables into your glass, so that you can enjoy tasty
and healthy juices every day. Its innovative technology allows you
to extract up to the maximum of fruits and vegetables and to
quickly clean the appliance in less than 1 minute. The fully
integrated design was developed to take up little space and to
give you great results.

General description (Fig. 1)

A Juicing unit
- 1 Pusher
- 2 Berry tray
- 3 Feeding tube
- 4 Drip stop
- 5 Spout
- 6 Black two-part lter for clear juice
- 7 Juicing screw
- 8 Pulp outlet
B Motor unit
- 9 Locking clamp
- 10 On/o button with power-on light
- 11 Reverse/Pre-clean button
- 12 Mains cord
- 13 Cord storage facility
- 14 Pulp container
- 15 Safety pins
C Jug (HR1891 only)
- 16 Juice jug
Not shown: grey two-part lter for bre juice (HR1891 only)

Important

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

Danger

- Do not immerse the motor unit in water or

any other liquid. Do not rinse it under the

tap and do not clean it in the dishwasher.

Warning

- Check if the voltage indicated on the base

of the appliance corresponds to the local

mains voltage before you connect the

appliance.

- Do not use the appliance if the plug, the

mains cord or other parts are damaged. If

the mains cord is damaged, you must have

it replaced by Philips, a service centre

authorised by Philips or similarly qualied

persons in order to avoid a hazard.

- This appliance is intended for household

use only. If the appliance is used improperly

or for professional or semi-professional

purposes or if it is not used according to the

instructions in the user manual, the

guarantee becomes invalid and Philips

refuses any liability for damage caused.

- 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 ensure

that they do not play with the appliance.

- Keep the appliance and its cord out of the

reach of children.

- Never reach into the feeding tube with your

ngers or an object while the appliance is

operating. Only use the pusher for this

purpose.

- Always disconnect the appliance from the

mains if you leave it unattended or before

you assemble, disassemble or clean it.

- Always unwind the mains cord completely

before you switch on the appliance.

- Never let the appliance operate unattended.

Caution

- Never use any accessories or parts from

other manufacturers or that Philips does

not specically recommend. If you use such

accessories or parts, your guarantee

becomes invalid.

- Always place the appliance on a stable,

level and horizontal surface.

- Do not use the appliance outdoors.

- Avoid contact with moving parts.

- Make sure all parts are assembled properly

before you switch on the appliance.

- Only use the appliance when the locking

clamp is in locked position.

- Only unlock the locking clamp after you

have switched o the appliance and the

juicing screw has stopped rotating.

- Do not remove the pulp container when the

appliance is operating.

- Cut large ingredients into pieces that t into

the feeding tube. Remove stones, cores,

seeds and thick peels from fruits or

vegetables before juicing.

- Do not exert too much pressure on the

pusher to avoid damage.

- Food colouring can discolour parts. This is

normal and has no impact on the

performance of the appliance.

- To optimise the lifetime of the appliance, do

not use it continuously for more than 30

minutes.

Built-in safety lock
The appliance is equipped with a built-in safety lock. The two
safety pins on the motor unit ensure that you can only switch on
the appliance if you have placed the juicing unit and the pulp
container on the motor unit correctly.
Electromagnetic elds (EMF)
This Philips appliance complies with all applicable standards and
regulations regarding exposure to electromagnetic elds.

Before first use

Thoroughly clean all parts before you use the appliance for the
rst time (see chapter ‘Cleaning’).
Note: Make sure all parts are completely dry before you start
using the appliance.

Preparing for use

Assembling the juicing unit
Always unwind the mains cord completely before you switch on
the appliance.
1 Attach the pulp outlet to the juicing unit and turn it
clockwise until the arrow (Á) points to the ‘locked’
indication. (Fig. 2)
2 Insert the juicing screw into the juicing unit (Fig. 3).
3 Assemble the two parts of the lter (Fig. 4).
4 Place the two-part lter over the juicing screw (Fig. 5).
Tip: Use the black two-part filter for clear juice. If you prefer
cloudy juice with more fibres in it, use the grey two-part filter.
5 Attach the spout to the juicing unit and turn it clockwise
until the arrow ( Á) points to the ‘locked’ indication. (Fig. 6)
Important: Do not attach or detach the spout when the juicing
unit is mounted on the motor unit. Always take o the juicing
unit from the motor unit before assembling or disassembling.
6 Place the berry tray on the feeding tube (Fig. 7).
Placing the juicing unit onto the motor unit
1 Place the assembled juicing unit onto the motor unit, with
the pulp outlet tting into the opening on the motor
unit (Fig. 8).
2 Align the projections on the juicing unit with the recesses in
the motor unit. Slide the juicing unit onto the motor unit
until it locks into place. (Fig. 9)
3 Press the juicing unit onto the motor unit (1) and then close
the locking clamp (2). (Fig. 10)
Note: If the locking clamp cannot be closed, check if the juicing
unit is positioned properly with the projections on the juicing
unit into the recesses of the motor unit.
4 Slide the pulp container into the motor unit (Fig. 11).

Using the appliance

The appliance only functions if the juicing unit and the pulp
outlet are assembled correctly and the locking clamp is locked
properly.
1 Wash the fruit and/or vegetables. If necessary, cut them into
pieces that t into the feeding tube.
Note: Remove stones and thick peels of the fruits you would
not eat, for example from oranges, pomegranates etc.
2 Place a jug or a glass under the spout (Fig. 12).
3 Press the on/o button to switch on the appliance (Fig. 13).
4 Put the pieces of fruit or vegetables in the feeding tube and
gently press them down towards the juicing screw with the
pusher (Fig. 14).
Never insert your ngers or an object into the feeding tube or
juicing unit.
5 When the juice ow has stopped, switch o the appliance
and wait until the juicing screw has stopped rotating.
6 Press the pre-clean button to remove the last drops of juice
from the juicing unit (Fig. 15).
7 To prevent juice from dripping onto the table, press the drip
stop (Fig. 16).
Tips
- Use fresh fruit and vegetables, as they contain more juice.
Pineapples, beetroots, celery stalks, apples, cucumbers,
carrots, spinach, melons, tomatoes, pomegranates and
grapes are particularly suitable for processing in the juicer.
- You do not have to remove thin peels or skins. Only remove
peels which you would not eat, e.g. those of oranges,
pineapples, kiwis, melons and uncooked beetroots.
- If you want to juice fruits with stones, such as peaches, plums
or cherries, remove the stones before juicing.
- When you prepare apple juice, remember that the thickness
of the apple juice depends on the kind of apple you use. The
juicier the apple, the thinner the juice. Choose a kind of apple
that produces the type of juice you prefer.
- Apple juice turns brown very quickly. To slow down this
process, add a few drops of lemon juice.
- This juicer can handle starchy fruits such as bananas and
mangoes. You can add milk or water directly through the
feeding tube.
- Citrus fruits can also be processed with the juicer, remove the
white pith of citrus fruits because it has a bitter taste.

Cleaning (Fig. 17)

- The appliance is easier to clean if you do so immediately after
use. Look at the cleaning table to see how all parts can be
cleaned.
Never use scouring pads, abrasive cleaning agents or aggressive
liquids such as alcohol, petrol or acetone to clean the
appliance.
Note: All detachable parts are dishwasher-safe and can be
safely cleaned under the tap.
1 Switch o the appliance and remove the plug from the wall
socket.
2 Open the locking clamp (Fig. 18).
3 Slide the juicing unit o the motor unit (Fig. 19).
4 Remove the pulp container from the motor unit (Fig. 20).
5 Empty the pulp container and rinse it under the tap.
Disassembling and cleaning the juicing unit
1 Remove the pusher from the feeding tube (Fig. 21).
2 Remove the berry tray from the feeding tube (Fig. 22).
3 Turn the juice collector anticlockwise until the arrow ( Á)
points to the ‘open’ indication and remove it from the juicing
unit. (Fig. 23)
4 Remove the two-part lter and disassemble it (Fig. 24).
5 Remove the juicing screw (Fig. 25).
6 Turn the pulp outlet anticlockwise until the arrow ( Á) points
to the ‘open’ indication and remove it from the juicing
unit. (Fig. 26)

Storage

1 Wind the mains cord around the cord storage facility in the
base of the motor unit (Fig. 27).
2 You can store the pusher, the juice jug, and the berry tray in
the pulp container (Fig. 28).

Recycling

Do not throw away the product with the normal household waste
at the end of its life, but hand it in at an ocial collection point
for recycling. By doing this, you help to preserve the
environment.

Ordering accessories

To buy accessories or spare parts, visit www.shop.philips.com/
service or go to your Philips dealer. You can also contact the
Philips Consumer Care Centre in your country.

Guarantee and support

If you need information or support, please visit www.philips.
com/support or read the separate worldwide guarantee leaet.

Troubleshooting

This chapter summarises the most common problems you could
encounter with the appliance. If you are unable to solve the
problem with the information below, visit www.philips.com/
support for a list of frequently asked questions or contact the
Consumer Care Centre in your country.
Problem Solution
The appliance
does not work.
The appliance is equipped with two
safety pins. If either the juicing unit or the
pulp container has not been placed on
the motor unit properly, the appliance
does not work. Check whether these parts
have been assembled in the right way
(see chapter ‘Preparing for use’), but
switch o the appliance before you do so.
The motor unit
gives o an
unpleasant smell
the rst few times
the appliance is
used.
This is not unusual. If the appliance
continues to give o this smell after a few
times, check the quantities you are
processing and the processing time.
The juicing unit
cannot be placed
onto the motor
unit.
Check if the spout is properly attached to
the juicing unit. Make sure that the
projections on the juicing unit are aligned
with the recesses in the motor unit (see
g. 9).
The juicing unit is
blocked.
Press the pre-clean button for a few
seconds. If the juicing unit is still blocked,
then switch o the appliance, remove the
juicing unit and disassemble all parts.
Remove the fruit that is blocking the
juicing unit. Then process a smaller
quantity.
Question?
有疑问?
Contact Philips
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Philips Avance Collection HR1890 especificaciones

General
Marca Philips
Modelo Avance Collection HR1890
Producto Exprimidor
EAN 6923410753806
Idioma Inglés
Tipo de archivo PDF
Características
País de origen China
Partes para lavavajillas Si
Base antideslizante Si
Interruptor de encendido/apagado integrado Si
Capacidad del contenedor de pulpa 1 L
Longitud del cable 1 m
Color del producto Green,White
Tipo de producto Extractor de jugos
Contenedor de jugo -
Número de velocidades -
Contenedores de pulpa Si ml
Función anti goteo Si
Envase de plástico 1 L
Capacidad del tazón 1 L
Control de energía
Frecuencia de entrada AC 50 - 60 Hz
Potencia 200 W
Voltaje de entrada AC 220 - 240 V
Material
Material de la cubierta Plástico
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