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KENWOOD TYPE KVL85 Titanium Chef Baker Xl Planetary 7

KENWOOD TYPE KVL85 Titanium Chef Baker Xl Planetary 7

OVERVIEW

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To Use Your Stand MixerKENWOOD TYPE KVL85 Titanium Chef Baker Xl Planetary 7-FIG-2 Tool AdjustmentKENWOOD TYPE KVL85 Titanium Chef Baker Xl Planetary 7-FIG-3

Know Your Kenwood Stand Mixer
Congratulations on buying a Kenwood. With such a wide range of attachments available, it is more than just a mixer. It is a state-of-the-art Stand Mixer. We hope you will enjoy it.
Robust. Reliable. Versatile. Kenwood.

Safety

  • Read these instructions carefully and retain them for future reference.
  • Remove all packaging and any labels.
  • If the plug or cord is damaged it must, for safety reasons, be replaced by Kenwood or an authorized Kenwood repairer in order to avoid a hazard.
  • Turn the speed control to ‘O’ OFF position and unplug before fitting or removing tools/attachments, after use and before cleaning.
  • Keep body parts, hair and jewelry and lose clothing away from moving parts and fitted attachments.
  • Never leave the Stand Mixer unattended when it is operating.
  • Never use a damaged appliance. Get it checked or repaired: see ‘Service and Customer Care’ section.
  • Never operate the Stand Mixer with the head in the raised position.
  • Never put your fingers into the hinge mechanism.
  • Never let the cord hang down where a child could grab it.
  • Never let the power unit, cord, or plug get wet.
  • Never use an unauthorized attachment or more than one attachment at once.
  • Never exceed the quantities stated in the maximum capacity chart
  • When using an attachment, read and follow the safety instructions that are supplied with it.
  • Take care when lifting this appliance as it is heavy Ensure the head is correctly latched in the down position and that the bowl, tools, outlet covers, and cord are secure before lifting.
  • Take care when removing bowl tools after extended use as they may get hot.
  • Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
  • Do not move or raise the mixer head with an attachment fitted as the Stand Mixer could become unstable.
  • When moving the appliance always pick up by the pedestal base and mixer head. Do not lift or carry the appliance by the bowl handle.
  • Do not operate your appliance near the edge or overhanging the work surface or apply force to an attachment when fitted, as this may cause the unit to become unstable and tip over, which may result in injury.
  • The short power-supply cord is used to reduce the risk resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping. Extension cords may be used if care is exercised in their use. If an extension cord is used: 1) The marked electrical rating of the extension cord should be
    at least as great as the electrical rating of the appliance; and 2) The cord should be arranged so that it will not drape over the countertop or tabletop where it can be pulled on by children or tripped over unintentionally. 3) The extension cord should be an earthed-type 3-wire cord. The electrical rating of the appliance is listed on the bottom of the unit.
  • Appliances can be used by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and if they understand the hazards involved.

Before plugging in

  • Make sure your electricity supply is the same as the one shown on the underside of your appliance.
  • This appliance conforms to EC Regulation 1935/2004 on materials and articles intended to come into contact with food.

Before Using For The First Time

  • Wash the parts: see the ‘Care and Cleaning’ section.

Key Attachment Outlets

  1. High-speed outlet
  2. Slow-speed outlet
  3. Bowl tool socket
    Mixer
  4. High-speed outlet cover
  5. Mixer head
  6. Mixer ready indicator light
  7. Speed control dial
  8. Head release lever
  9. Power unit
  10. Easyweigh scales
    a display screen
    b On/Zero button
    c kg/lb button
  11. Bowls
  12. Slow speed outlet cover Head Cover
  13. K-beater
  14. Whisk
  15. Dough tool
  16. Creaming beater Spatula
  17. Splashguard

Note: Spanner shown is for illustration purposes only and is not supplied in the pack.

Optional Attachments
There is a range of optional attachments available to use with your Stand Mixer. See the attachment leaflet included in your pack or visit www.kenwoodworld.com to see the full range and how to buy an attachment not included in your pack.

Note: Slow Speed Outlet Attachments

The slow-speed outlet on your Stand Mixer model features the Twist Connection System. It is designed to accept Twist Connection System attachments.
When purchasing new attachments for the slow-speed outlet you should check compatibility with your Stand Mixer. All Twist Connection System attachments can be identified by the product code which starts with KAX and also by
the Twist logo which is visible on the packaging. For more information visit www.kenwoodworld.com/twist.
If you own attachments featuring the Bar Connection System you will need to use the KAT002ME adaptor to connect these to the Twist Connection System on your Stand Mixer. For more information visit
www.kenwoodworld.com/twist. To Use Your Stand Mixer

Refer to Illustrations A – I

  1. Push the head-lift lever down and raise the mixer’s head until it locks.
  2. Fit the bowl, and turn clockwise to lock.
  3. Place the required tool into the socket. Then push up and turn the tool to lock into position.
    Note: If the K-beater or Whisk are not picking up ingredients from the bottom of the bowl refer to the “Tool Adjustment” section.
  4. Lower the mixer head by pushing the head release lever down and lower the mixer head until it locks.
  5. Plug into the power supply. Start the machine by turning the speed control to the desired speed setting. Use the pulse (P) position for short bursts of maximum speed.
  6. After use, return the speed control to the ‘O’ OFF position and unplug your Stand Mixer.
  7. Release the tool by turning clockwise to unlock it from the tool socket and then remove it.

Hints

  • The fold function can be used for folding light ingredients into heavier mixtures for example meringues, mousses, fruit fools, Genoese sponges, and soufflés, and to slowly incorporate flour and fruit into cake mixtures. The mixer will operate at a constant slow speed.

Important
Ensure that no bowl tools are fitted or stored in the bowl when using other outlets.

To Use The Weighing Function

Refer to Illustrations J – L

  1. Fit the bowl.
  2. Press the on/zero button, the display screen will flash —- followed by 0.
  3. Press the (kg/lb) button to select either grams or ounces. The display will default to kg/g when first switched on.
    The unit weighs in 1g increments and teaspoon/tablespoon measures are recommended for weighing small quantities.
    To zero press the on/zero button once.
  4. Weigh the required ingredients straight into the bowl.
    Note: Always place the appliance on a dry, flat, stable surface prior to weighing. Do not apply pressure to the mixer or bowl whilst weighing as this will affect the accuracy of the scales. The weighting function can be used with the mixer head in either the down or up position.

Count up timer

  • During operation, the display screen will automatically operate as a count-up timer.
  • The timer will count up to 30  minutes and will pause (for up to 30 secs) whenever the speed control is turned to the ‘O’ position.
  • To reset the timer to zero when the machine is running press the ON/ZERO button.

Recommended Usage Chart

  • This is for guidance only and will vary depending on the exact recipe and ingredients being processed.KENWOOD TYPE KVL85 Titanium Chef Baker Xl Planetary 7-FIG-4

Recommended Usage Chart

  • This is for guidance only and will vary depending on the exact recipe and ingredients being processed.
  • For best results, always use soft room temperature butter and margarine when making cakes.

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Eggs sizes used = medium-sized (Weight 53 – 63g).
Whipping cream used = Fresh Whipping cream with minimum 38% Fat content.

  • Lower max capacity when using 5L bowl on KVL85 machine. This is due to using a smaller capacity bowl with the Chef XL size bowl tools.

Recommended Usage Chart

  • This is for guidance only and will vary depending on the exact recipe and ingredients being processed.KENWOOD TYPE KVL85 Titanium Chef Baker Xl Planetary 7-FIG-6

To Fit And Use Your Splashguard

Refer to Illustrations M – N

  1. Raise the mixer head until it locks
  2. Fit the bowl onto the base.
  3. Push the splash guard onto the underside of the mixer head until fully located. The hinged section should be positioned as shown.
  4. Insert required tool.
  5. Lower the mixer head.
    • During mixing, ingredients can be added directly to the bowl via the hinged section of the splashguard.
    • You do not need to remove the splash guard to change tools.
  6.  Remove the splashguard by raising the mixer head and pushing it down.

Tool Adjustment

Refer to Illustrations OK-beater & Whisk

The tools are set to the correct height for the bowl supplied in the factory and should not require adjustment. However, if you wish to adjust the tool use a suitable sized spanner:

  • TYPE KVC85 = 15mm
  • TYPE KVL85 = 19mm

Then follow the instructions below:

  1. Unplug the appliance.
  2. Raise the mixer head and insert the whisk or beater.
  3. Lower the mixer head. If the clearance needs to be adjusted, raise the mixer head and remove the tool. Ideally the whisk and K-beater should be almost touching the bottom of the bowl.
  4. Using a suitable spanner loosen the nut sufficiently to allow adjustment of the shaft. To lower the tool closer to the bottom of the bowl, turn the shaft anti-clockwise. To raise the tool away from the bottom of the bowl turn the shaft clockwise.
  5. Re-tighten the nut.
  6. Fit the tool to the mixer and lower the mixer head. (Check its position see points above).
  7. Repeat the above steps as necessary until the tool is set correctly. Once this is achieved tighten the nut securely.

Note: Spanner shown is for illustration purposes only.

Dough Tool
This tool is set at the factory and should require no adjustment.

To Fit and Remove Head Cover

Refer to Illustrations P – U

  1. Remove the slow-speed and high-speed outlet covers.
  2. With the retention clip pressed in, lift up the headcover and slide forward.
  3. To fit an alternate headcover, insert the pegs on the end of the headcover into the two holes on the slow-speed outlet.
  4. Whilst pressing the retention clip, push the headcover down into place on the mixer head.
  5. Replace slow speed and high-speed outlet covers.

To Assemble The Creaming Beater

Refer to Illustrations V – X Fitting The Wiper Blade

  • The wiper blade is supplied already fitted and should always be removed before cleaning.

Carefully fit the flexible wiper blade onto the tool by locating the base of the wiper blade into the slot then fit one side into the groove before gently hooking the end in place. Repeat with the other side.

Care & Cleaning

  • Always switch off and unplug before cleaning.
  • A little grease may appear at the slow-speed outlet 2 when you first use it. This is normal – just wipe it off.

Power Unit, Outlet Covers, and Head Cover

  • Wipe with a damp cloth, then dry.
  • Never use abrasives or immerse in water.

Bowls

  • Wash by hand, then dry thoroughly or wash in the dishwasher.
  • Never use a wire brush, steel wool or bleach to clean your stainless steel bowl. Use vinegar to remove limescale.
  • Keep away from heat (cooker tops, ovens, microwaves).

Tools & Splashguard

  • Wash by hand, then dry thoroughly or wash in the dishwasher.

Recipe

Prune Marinade
185g Clear Runny Honey
25g Soft Prunes
25ml Water

  1. Place all ingredients into the mini chopper/mill. Refrigerate overnight.
  2. Fit the attachment to the Stand Mixer.
  3. Switch to pulse for 6 seconds.
  4. Use as required.

Service and Customer Care

  • If you experience any problems with the operation of your appliance, before requesting assistance refer to the ‘Troubleshooting Guide’ section in the manual or visit www.kenwoodworld.com.
  • Please note that your product is covered by a warranty, which complies with all legal provisions concerning any existing warranty and consumer rights in the country where the product was purchased.
  • if your Kenwood product malfunctions or you find any defects, please send it or bring it to an authorized KENWOOD Service Centre. To find up-to-date details of your nearest authorized KENWOOD Service center visit www.kenwoodworld.com or the website specific to your Country.
  • Designed and engineered by Kenwood in the UK.

Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting Guide
Problem Cause Solution
The whisk, K-beater knocks against the bottom of the bowl or not reaching the ingredients in the bottom of the bowl. Tool at the wrong height and needs adjusting. Adjust the height using a suitable spanner – see “Tool Adjustment” section.
Slow speed attachment cannot be fitted. Check your attachment is compatible for use with your model.

Twist connection system required (Model KAX)

Attachment must have the KAX twist connection system   to fit the outlet.

If you own attachments featuring the Bar Connection

System  you will need to

use the KAT002ME adaptor

to connect these to the Twist Connection System on your Stand Mixer.

For more information visit

www.kenwoodworld.com/twist.

‘Mixer ready indicator light’ flashing when Stand Mixer first plugged in. Speed control not in the ‘O’ position.

 

Mixer head in the raised position or not locked down correctly.

Check and turn speed control to the ‘O’ position.

 

Check Stand Mixer head is locked down correctly.

The Stand Mixer stops during operation.

 

Weighing display shows error message E26 or E27.

Overload protection or overheat system activated. Maximum capacity exceeded. Unplug and check for obstruction or overloading. Turn the speed control to “O” and then restart.

If the machine will not operate, remove some of the ingredients to reduce the load and restart. If this still does not resolve the problem, unplug and allow to stand for 15 minutes. Plug in and reselect the speed.

If the machine does not restart following the above procedure contact “ customer care” for further advice.

‘Mixer ready indicator light’ off whilst machine plugged in. Stand Mixer has been left plugged in for more than 30 minutes without being operated and has

gone into Standby mode.

Turn the speed control to ‘min’ then return to ‘O’ to reset the machine.
Troubleshooting Guide – Continued
Problem Cause Solution
Weighing Function
Display screen freezes on [—– ] The display screen will freeze during operation. Display screen showing a minus reading due to display not ‘zeroed’ and either ingredients or the bowl has been removed. Quantity weighed too small. Normal operation.

 

Either zero the screen or replace the missing ingredients or refit the bowl.

 

 

Use teaspoon and tablespoon measures for very small quantities.

Weight changed on display Stand Mixer moved during operation. Always place the Stand Mixer on a dry flat surface prior to weighing.

Do not move the Stand Mixer during operation of the weighing function.

Zero the display before

weighing next ingredients

Display screen turned off Stand Mixer unplugged. The display screen will turn off automatically if the same weight reading is shown after 5 minutes. Plug appliance in.

Press the ON/ZERO button once and the display screen will light up.

Display showing [0 – Ld] Weighing function overloaded

Excessive force applied to Stand Mixer.

Do not exceed the maximum weighing capacity of 6Kg.

Do not subject the Stand Mixer to excessive force as this may

damage the weighing sensor.

Documents / Resources

KENWOOD TYPE KVL85 Titanium Chef Baker Xl Planetary 7 [pdf] Instructions
TYPE KVC85, TYPE KVL85, TYPE KVL85 Titanium Chef Baker Xl Planetary 7, Titanium Chef Baker Xl Planetary 7

References

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