Thanks to its dual planetary rotation (the head of the machine and the pastry tools rotate in opposite directions), this kitchen machine kneads, beats and whisks all your ingredients to perfection. Its powerful 900W motor, and its 6 speeds and pulse function, will do the job for you. Use our unique Flex whisk to whisk even the tiniest amount of egg white, effective even on one single egg white! With a 4-litre capacity, beat up to 1.8kg of cake batter, and knead up to 800g of bread dough.
Before using your appliance for the first time, wash all parts of the accessories in warm soapy water (see section on cleaning in your instruction manual). Rinse and dry. Place the motor unit on a flat, clean and dry surface. Plug in your appliance.
After following the instructions in the user manual for starting the appliance, make sure that your electrical socket is working by plugging another appliance. If it still does not work, do not try to dismantle or repair the appliance yourself, instead, take it to an approved repair centre
Your appliance is equipped with a power control system. If the load becomes too high, it will stop automatically. To restart your appliance, turn the rotary button to the "0" position and remove some of your ingredients. Let your appliance rest for a few minutes before restarting it. If the problem persists, take it to an approved service centre.
A Kitchen Machine works differently from a Food Processor as the tools used for mixing are suspended from an overhead arm into the food, whereas with a Food Processor, the mixing tools operate from underneath the ingredients. A Kitchen Machine is primarily for mixing dough and cake mixtures. A Food Processor can do these jobs but not with the efficiency of a kitchen machine. If you are planning on making cakes you should consider how much you will be doing this job. If it is going to be a common occurrence then a Kitchen Machine would be a better choice. It is worth taking note of the fact that a Food Processor is far smaller than a Kitchen Machine.