To fix the blade in the Jar, hold the coupler at the bottom of the Jar firmly with your fingers and turn Jar straight
Place the Blade on the spindle
To tighten the blade on the spindle, use the spanner on the stirrer and turn in an anti-clockwise direction.
Blades can be interchangeable only in Taper Jars and not in straight jars.
Also, refer the Instruction Manual.
Seat the Jar assembly on the Top Cap
Ensure that the Jar base Locks fit properly into the Grooves of the Top Cap
This is done by turning the Jar clock - wise.
Never operate unless the Jar is properly locked on the Base.
Auto overload protector stops the Mixie from running if motor is overloaded
We are using two different types of over load protector in our mixie for various models. Cut out switch (Red knob) and Thermal overload protector.
a. Function of cutout switch (Red Knob):
If your Mixie stops Running, First switch off the Mixie.
Remove some material from the Jar, to decrease the load
Wait for 3 minutes, then lift the Mixie and press the Red knob projecting out of the bottom plate, and re-start the Mixie.
b. Function of Thermal over load protector:
Some of the Mixie models are equipped with Thermal Overload Protector instead of Cut-off switch ( Red Knob), which safeguards the motor against overheating due to overload and voltage fluctuation.
If your Mixie stops during usage, first switch off the Mixie.
Decrease the load in jar by removing some material
Restart after 30 minutes from the time of switching off the Mixie.
Note: Thermal overload protector is a self-hold type it will reset only if the Mixie is switched off for 30 minutes.
Clean the Body and Top cap with a damp cloth and wipe it dry.
For stainless steel Jars and Blades, first, fill in half of luckwarm water.
Add a teaspoon of any mild cleaning powder.
Run the Mixie on speed 1 for 30 seconds, leaving the blade fixed to the spindle of the stainless steel Jar.
Rinse and dry the Jar
Always store the Jars in an Inverted position to allow the water to drain off.
Hold the Filter by the filter grip. Place it in the Jar, aligning the filter grip to the Jar nose.
Lock the Filter onto the Jar by turning it clockwise.
Ensure that, alignment is correct and that the filter is firmly locked in the Jar.
Place the adaptor and close the lid firmly. Seat the jar assembly on top cap ensuring that jar base locks fit properly in the grooves of the top cap.
Inch 7 to10 times till material is powdered. Open lid, remove adaptor, add required water, place the adaptor,close lid and run on speed 3. (Second extraction is possible for coconut Milk, without tamarind ext.)
Electric Cooker works under Electro-Magnetic principle. i.e. Once the water or liquid gets absorbed and the dish is cooked. The Thermostat absorbs the heat, upto the specific temperature and the magnet loses it's magnetic power. Now the switch shifts to Keep Warm Mode automatically and starts to maintain the cooked food warm upto 4 ~ 5 hrs.(approx.)
As you are aware, that while using a pressure cooker, monitoring is required up to end of the cooking operation.
But in our electric Cooker magic is, The Mechanism inside the Cooker ensures that, the Food is neither under or overcooked. Also it switches automatically to keep warm mode once food is cooked. So, there is no need for monitoring the Electric Cooker.
Electric Cooker switches automatically to keep warm mode once the food is cooked and keeps the cooked food warm for 4 ~ 5 hrs.(approx.) and there is no need to transfer to hot pack for keeping the food warm. The biggest saving is - there is no necessity to purchase a Hot Pack for the food cooked by our Electric Cooker..
When cooking soup or curry the switch does not shift to keep warm automatically. In such case you can check whether the dish is ready by lifting the Lid assy. Now manually shift the switch from cooking to keep warm
The Magnetron of the Microwave oven emits microwaves (a form of high frequency radio waves) that act on the water molecules in the food, which start vibrating at 2,450 million times per second. The friction due to this vibration produces heat, which cooks the food.
Microwave cooking is economical because it is a very fast way of cooking and so the electrical power consumption is low. Since the walls of the oven and the food container are not heated, there is a tremendous saving of energy. Also lost of heat to the environment is eliminated.
The nutritive value of food consumed is determined to a large extent by the method and duration of cooking. Vitamins and the other nutrients deteriorate with time at high temperature. Hence, important losses of nutrients occur in conventional heating of foods, especially in frying and cooking over long periods. Microwave heating is a rapid heating method, which has a potential benefit for the heatable nutrients. Since it requires little or no cooking liquid, it enhances the retention of water-soluble nutrients. It does not use metal cooking vessels, hence eliminating the presence of trace metals.
In a conventional oven, browning is caused by the high temperature breakdown of proteins and carbohydrates and by a reaction between amino acids and sugar. Due to the presence of hot air in the oven cavity the surface begins to dry.
In a microwave oven the food surface temperature remains relatively low in most cases, and therefore, charring does not take place, unless a 'browner' is used. Moreover, the steam arising from the food on coming in contact with the cool air, in the oven cavity, condenser, leaves a moist food surface. Hence, browning is not achieved. To overcome this, convection microwave has been introduced, which operates like a conventional grill, baked food can be cooked in this since it has a browning element, This should be used, either before or after the cooking process.
The Microwave within an oven, may not be evenly distributed to overcome this problem, ovens have built in turntable, which operates all the time when the oven is switched on. You can not cook two dishes at the same time. Also large quantities of food cannot be placed on it, as the turntable would take only limited load.
Precautions must be taken for the type of cooking utensils in a microwave oven because microwave has characteristics of absorption, transmission and reflection. Heat resistant glassware, heat resistant ceramics or china are recommended as a cooking utensils.
Yes, it is extremely safe since microwaves do not break-up or ionize the food molecules. They enter the food to a depth of 1 ~1.5 inches, loosing their energy, which is converted to heat through the vibrations of the molecules. Hence, they do not accumulate or leave any residual energy in the food.
Gas going to be empty in cylinder
Liquid spill over / foreign materials on bottom of Vessel
Brass burner holes may be blocked
Gas Mixing Tube is not correct position, please contact nearest Regional Service Centre
Switch off the Regulator during vacation
Proper ventilation is required
Open the Door / windows, before ignite the gas stove
Don't keep the cylinder in a titled or horizontal position
Do not check a gas leak with a flame.
Do not keep inflammable substances near the gas stove.
Use large vessels that cover the entire flame, when using high flame to avoid gas wastage
When using smaller vessels, reduce intensity to desired optimum
When desired Temperature is reached, keep flame intensity at a reduced level that maintains temperature to save on Gas