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NOTE: Do not scrape the bowl while
the Stand Mixer is operating.
The bowl and beater are designed
to provide thorough mixing without
frequent scraping. Scraping the bowl
once or twice during mixing is usually
suffi cient. Turn the Stand Mixer off
before scraping.
The Stand Mixer may warm up during
use. Under heavy load with extended
mixing time, you may not be able to
comfortably touch the top of the Stand
Mixer. This is normal.
Injury Hazard
Unplug mixer before
touching beaters.
Failure to do so can
result in broken bones,
cuts or bruises.
Bowl, white Flat Beater and white
Dough Hook may be washed in an
automatic dishwasher. Or, clean them
thoroughly in hot sudsy water and
rinse completely before drying. Wire
Whip, burnished Dough Hook and
burnished Flat Beater should be hand
washed and dried immediately. Do
not wash the Wire Whip, burnished
Dough Hook and burnished Flat
Beater in a dishwasher. Do not store
the beaters on the shaft.
NOTE: Always be sure to unplug
the Stand Mixer before cleaning.
Wipe the Stand Mixer with a soft,
damp cloth. Do not use household or
commercial cleaners. Do not immerse
in water. Wipe off the beater shaft
frequently, removing any residue that
may accumulate.
Your Stand Mixer is adjusted at the
factory so the Flat Beater just clears the
bottom of the bowl. If, for any reason,
the Flat Beater hits the bottom of the
bowl or is too far away from the bowl,
you can correct the clearance easily.
1. Turn speed control to OFF.
2. Unplug Stand Mixer or
disconnect power.
3. Tilt motor head back.
4. Turn screw (A) SLIGHTLY
counterclockwise (left) to raise the
Flat Beater or clockwise (right) to
lower the Flat Beater.
5. Make adjustment so that the Flat
Beater just clears the surface of the
bowl. If you over adjust the screw,
you may not be able to lock the
motor head when it is lowered.
NOTE: When properly adjusted, the
Flat Beater will not strike the bottom or
side of the bowl. If the Flat Beater or
the Wire Whip is adjusted so that it
strikes the bowl, the coating may wear
off the beater, or the wires on the whip
may wear.
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