Philips Ice Cream Maker User Manual

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General description

(fig. 1)

A

Motor unit

B

On/off switch

C

Release knob for removing the motor unit
from the cover

D

Release knob to detach the cover with
motor unit from the bowl

E

Mains cord

F

Cover (4822 441 80844)*

G

Aperture for filling

H

Stirrer (4822 690 40257)*

I

Cooling container (HR 2996)*

J

Bowl (4822 418 40897)*

* For replacement: please apply to your dealer
and refer to these numbers.

Tip: An extra cooling container (HR 2996) will
enable you to prepare larger quantities or two
different tastes.

How does the Ice-Cream Maker work?

Maker

The frozen cooling container is located inside the
bowl. This container quickly cools down the
mixture of ingredients, whilst the stirrer continues
to operate. The freezing mixture is stirred until it
has changed into ice-cream. The time this takes
depends greatly on the type of ice-cream mixture
(25-45 minutes).
Note: The cooling container is filled with a non-
toxic saline solution.

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Important

• Read the instructions for use in con-

junction with the illustrations (page 3)
before using the appliance.

• When making ice-cream, hygiene is of

utmost importance. Make sure that all
parts of the Ice-Cream Maker are
thoroughly clean: especially the parts
that come into contact with the mixture.

• Prevent the ingredients to freeze on to

the cooling container so that the stirrer
cannot rotate anymore.
- Only put ingredients into the container
while the stirrer is rotating.
- Do not switch off until the ice-cream is
ready.

• Never exceed the quantities indicated by

the recipes.

Dismantling

- Move the slide in the direction of the arrow and

turn the top of the Ice-Cream Maker in the
direction of the arrow (fig. 2).

- Pull the stirrer from the motor unit (fig. 3).
- Press the release knob and remove the motor

unit from the cover (fig. 4).

- Remove the cooling container from the bowl

(fig. 5).

Cleaning

• Ensure that the plug has been removed from

the mains socket, before starting to clean the
Ice-Cream Maker.

• Dismantle the Ice-Cream Maker completely

after use.

• Wash the cover (not the motor unit!), the stirrer

and the bowl in warm soapy water. Wash the
cooling container in lukewarm soapy water
(max. 40° C/100° F). (Do not wash these items
in a dishwasher.)

• The motor unit may be wiped clean with a damp

cloth. Never immerse the motor unit into water
or rinse.

Freezing the cooling container

Make sure that the cooling container is ready for
use.
• The cooling container can be brought to

operating temperature in a (deep)freezer or in
the freezer compartment of

yyy

or

yyyy

fridge. (Note: the cooling container must be at
-18° C / 0° F or colder.)

• On average it takes 18 hours to freeze the

cooling container down to the operating
temperature.

• Ensure that the cooling container is clean and

dry prior to being frozen. Keep the cooling
container with the bottom downwards in a well-
closed plastic bag inside the deepfreezer: The
container will then always be ready for use.

• Do not place other objects on top of or against

the container whilst it is being frozen.

• Do not remove the cooling container from the

deepfreezer until the ingredients for ice-cream
have been prepared.

Assembling

- Place the deep-frozen cooling container inside

the bowl (fig. 6).

- Insert the front edge of the motor unit into the

aperture (fig. 7).

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Never immerse the motor unit in water nor rinse it under the tap.

Replacement

The following accessories are available from your dealer:

Transparent lid (no. 4822 441 80844)

Stirrer (no. 4822 690 40258)

Cooling disc (no. HR2968 or no. 4822 511 90025)

Bowl (no. 4822 418 40898)

Tip: An extra cooling disc (HR2968) enables you to prepare larger quantities of ice cream or two

different flavours.

Environment

Do not throw away the appliance with the normal household waste at the end of its life, but

hand it in at an official collection point for recycling. By doing this, you help to preserve the

environment (Fig. 11).

guarantee & service

If you need information or if you have a problem, please visit the Philips website at www.philips.com

or contact the Philips Customer Care Centre in your country (you find its phone number in the

worldwide guarantee leaflet). If there is no Customer Care Centre in your country, go to your local

Philips dealer or contact the Service Department of Philips Domestic Appliances and Personal Care

BV.

Ice cream maker machine

troubleshooting

If problems arise with your ice-cream maker and you cannot solve them with the information below,

please contact the nearest Philips service centre or the Philips Customer Care Centre in your

country.

Problem

Cause

Solution

The appliance

does not start

operating.

There is a connection

problem.

Check if the plug is inserted in the wall socket

properly. Remove the mains plug from the

wall socket and reinsert it.

The lid has not been

properly attached to the

bowl.

Philips Ice Cream Maker Hr2302 Manual

Place the lid with motor unit on the bowl in

the correct position. Turn the lid clockwise

until it locks into place (‘click’).

The stirrer does

not rotate.

You put the mixture of

ingredients in the bowl

before you switched on the

appliance. This has caused the

ingredients to freeze onto

the cooling disc.

Always switch on the appliance before you

put the ingredients in the bowl.

The cooling disc

cannot be

removed from

the bowl.

The cooling disc has frozen

onto the bottom and walls

of the bowl.

Let the cooling disc defrost for a few hours

until it has come loose from the bottom and

walls of the bowl. You can speed up this

process by pouring some lukewarm water

into the bowl.

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