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  • Can I process hot ingredients?

    Liquids should be allowed to cool to room temperature before blending.
  • Can you store liquids in the Goblet?

    No. The Goblet must always be emptied after being used, it should not be used to store liquids.
  • Does the goblet on my Blender come apart for cleaning?

    Yes, the base can be removed to ensure thorough cleaning. Remember to be very careful as the blades are sharp.
  • If the Blender goblet leaks what should I do?

    This depends on whether the blender is leaking from the top or the bottom of the goblet. If it is leaking from the bottom then make sure that the base is screwed on tightly, also make sure that the seal isn’t missing or damaged, if it is damaged you will have to order a replacement. If the Goblet leaks from the top then it is likely it has been over filled.
  • Is the goblet dishwashable?

    Many Kenwood Blenders have dishwashable parts, however it is often a product specific feature so for more information see the individual product pages. The motor housing of a blender is never dishwashable.
  • My sealing ring did not come with my Blender, the instructions show a break down of the appliance disassembled and they show a separate sealing ring.

    The Sealing Ring is already in place. To double check that the sealing ring is there you can unscrew the goblet base, the ring should be settled in the blade base. Remember to be careful of the blades.
  • What are the recommended ingredients for each speed setting?

    The lowest speed setting should be used for thin and light mixtures such as milk for frothing, light batters, milkshakes and scrambled eggs. The higher speeds should be used for thicker mixtures such as soups, pate’s and mayonnaises. The pulse is useful for anything, if a quick but short burst of power is needed, it is also ideal for ice crushing.
  • What can be put in it?

    Most fruits and vegetables can be blended in a liquidiser, however some of the harder fruits, such as apples, may need to be cut up into smaller pieces before they will blend easily. It is also recommended that any dried fruits are soaked in water for a few hours before blending.
  • What is a Blender?

    A blender is a device almost entirely for the purpose of turning foodstuffs to liquid. It is used mainly to make soups and other liquid foods, but can also be used to crush ice, when crushing ice add 15ml (1 tbsp) water to 6 ice cubes and operate the blender in short bursts. If supplied with a mill this is to grind coffee beans and spices.
  • What is a Mill used for?

    A mill is a small attachment used especially for grinding coffee beans and chopping up herbs and nuts. It is a useful attachment as it means you do not have to use a whole blender goblet for such tasks. Kenwood mills also come with special sprinkler caps so the processed contents can be sprinkled onto food.
  • What is a Pulse Function?

    The pulse button is used when you need short bursts of power at the optimum speed. This is controlled by the user which means you control how long the machine is run for. It is a useful way of avoiding over-processing. For example , it can be used for an extra burst of blending at the end of a mix to smooth the mixture a little more.
  • What is the filler cap’s function?

    The filler cap is a useful addition to a blender, allowing small ingredients to be added while blending is taking place, it also doubles as a small measuring cup too. If it has a hole in it’s base then it can be used to drip feed ingredients such as oils into a mayonnaise.

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