NOTE: Dessert will not dispense properly unless the mixing blade
is rotating. If the dessert has become too firm to dispense
completely, turn off the mixing blade by rocking the Mix Switch
downward, let the dessert thaw for a few minutes, then turn on
the mixing blade and dispense. Moving the dispensing lever up
and down several times may also help dispense a firm dessert.
You can also remove the dispenser assembly and use a soft
(non-metallic) spatula to remove any remaining dessert from the
freezing cylinder and mixing blade.
9. After dispensing the dessert, turn off the mixing blade by
rocking the Mix Switch downward.
10. Repeat steps 1–9 to prepare additional batches of a dessert.
When the dessert maker is being used continuously, it does
not need to be cleaned between batches. Before preparing a
different recipe, however, rinse the dessert maker by adding a
quart of warm water to the freezing cylinder, turning on the
mixing blade for 30 seconds, and dispensing the water into a
container. Repeat until the dispensed water runs clear.
Automatic Overload Protection
A dessert that becomes extremely stiff will cause the dessert
maker to automatically shut off to prevent damage. If this occurs,
turn off the Mix and Freeze Switches, wait 5 minutes for the
dessert to thaw, then turn the Mix Switch back on. If the mixing
blade rotates, dispense the dessert; if not, turn off the Mix Switch
and allow the dessert to thaw several more minutes before
repeating the procedure. You can also remove the dispenser
assembly and use a soft (non-metallic) spatula to remove firm
dessert from the freezing cylinder and mixing blade.OPERATING THE PRO LINE™SERIES
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