Philips Avance Collection HD3060 manual

Philips Avance Collection HD3060
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1 Your multicooker
Congratulations on your purchase, and welcome
to Philips!
To fully benet from the support that Philips oers,
register your product at
www.Philips.com.tw/welcome.
2 Important
Read this important information leaet carefully
before you use the rice cooker and save it for
future reference.

Danger

The appliance must not

be immersed.

Warning

This appliance is not

intended for use by

persons (including

children) with reduced

physical sensory or

mental capabilities,

or lack of experience

and knowledge,

unless they have been

given supervision or

instruction concerning

use of the appliance by

a person responsible

for their safety.

Children should be

supervised to ensure

that they do not play

with the appliance.

This appliance should

be positioned in a

stable situation with

the handles (if any)

positioned to avoid

spillage of the hot

liquids.

This appliance is

intended to be used in

household and similar

applications such as:

sta kitchen areas

in shops, oces

and other working

environments;

farm houses;

by clients in hotels,

motels and other

residential type

environments;

bed and breakfast

type environments.

If the power cord set

is damaged, it must

be replaced by a cord

set available from the

manufacturer.

The appliance is

not intended to be

operated by means

of an external timer

or a separate remote-

control system.

WARNING: Make sure

to avoid spillage on

the power connector

to avoid a potential

hazard.

WARNING: Always

follow the instructions

and use the appliance

properly to avoid

potential injury.

According to the

instructions prescribed

in this user manual, use

a soft damp cloth to

clean the surfaces in

contact with food and

make sure to remove

all the food residues

stuck to the appliance.

Check if the voltage

indicated on the

appliance corresponds

to the local power

voltage before you

connect it.

Only connect the

appliance to a

grounded power outlet.

Always make sure that

the plug is inserted

rmly into the power

outlet.

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Do not use the

appliance if the plug,

the power cord, the

inner pot, the sealing

ring, or the main body

is damaged.

Do not let the power

cord hang over the

edge of the table or

worktop on which the

appliance stands.

Make sure the

heating element, the

temperature sensor,

and the outside of the

inner pot are clean and

dry before you put the

plug in the power outlet.

Do not plug in the

appliance or press any

of the buttons on the

control panel with wet

hands.

Caution

CAUTION: Surface of

the heating element is

subject to residual heat

after use.

Never use any

accessories or

parts from other

manufacturers or

that Philips does

not specically

recommend. If you use

such accessories or

parts, your guarantee

becomes invalid.

Do not expose the

appliance to high

temperatures, nor

place it on a working or

still hot stove or cooker.

Do not expose the

appliance to direct

sunlight.

Place the appliance

on a stable, horizontal,

and level surface.

Always put the inner

pot in the appliance

before you put the plug

in the power outlet and

switch it on.

Do not place the inner

pot directly over an

open re to cook rice.

Do not use the inner

pot if it is deformed.

The accessible surfaces

may become hot

when the appliance is

operating. Take extra

caution when touching

the appliance.

Beware of hot steam

coming out of the

steam vent during

cooking or out of the

appliance when you

open the lid. Keep

hands and face away

from the appliance to

avoid the steam.

Do not lift and move

the appliance while it is

operating.

Do not exceed the

maximum water level

indicated in the inner

pot to prevent overow

which might cause

potential hazard.

Do not place the

cooking utensils inside

the pot while cooking,

keeping warm or

reheating rice.

Only use the cooking

utensils provided. Avoid

using sharp utensils.

To avoid scratches, it

is not recommended

to cook ingredients

with crustaceans and

shellsh. Remove the

hard shells before

cooking.

Do not insert metallic

objects or alien

substances into the

steam vent.

Do not place a

magnetic substance

on the lid. Do not use

the appliance near a

magnetic substance.

Always let the

appliance cool down

before you clean or

move it.

Always clean the

appliance after use. Do

not clean the appliance

in a dishwasher.

Always unplug the

appliance if not used

for a longer period.

If the appliance is

used improperly or

for professional or

semiprofessional

purposes, or if it is not

used according to the

instructions in this user

manual, the guarantee

becomes invalid and

Philips refuses liability

for any damage

caused.

Electromagnetic elds (EMF)
This Philips appliance complies with all applicable
standards and regulations regarding exposure to
electromagnetic elds.
3 What’s in the box (fig. 1)
a
Multicooker main unit
e
Measuring cup
b
Power cord
f
Warranty card
c
Rice scoop
g
User manual
d
Soup ladle
4 Overview
Product overview (g. 2)
h
Steam vavle
m
Heaating element
i
Lid release button
n
Cooker handle
j
Control panel
o
Water level
indications
k
Main unit
p
Inner pot
l
Power socket
q
Detachable inner
lid
Controls overview (g. 3)
r
Display screen
v
Menu button
s
Preset button
w
Warm/O button
t
Cooking time button
x
Start button
u
Reheat button
Cooking time regulating range
Program
Default
cooking time
Time regulation
Preset
time
Rice 35 min N/A 1-24 hr
Soup 2 hr 1-4 hr 1-24 hr
Congee 2 hr 1-4 hr 1-24 hr
Stew 2 hr 1-4 hr 1-24 hr
Yogurt 6 hr 4-12 hr N/A
Reheat 25 min 25-59 min N/A
Risottos 1 hr 20 min N/A 1-24 hr
Warm N/A
Activated automatically
after cooking functions are
nished (excluding yogurt)
5 Using the multicooker
Before rst use
1 Take out all the accessories from the inner
pot. Remove all packaging materials of the
inner pot.
2 Before rst use, boil water and clean the rice
cooker.
3 Clean the parts of the multicooker thoroughly
before using the multicooker for the rst time
(see chapter "Cleaning").
Note
Make sure all parts are completely dry before
you start using the multicooker.
Cooking rice (g. 4 & 5)
1 Measure the rice using the measuring cup
provided.
2 Wash away the dusts and bran of the rice with
tap water.
3 Put the pre-washed rice in the inner pot.
4 Add water to the level indicated on the scale
inside the inner pot that corresponds to the
number of cups of rice used. Then smooth the
rice surface.
» For instance, if you cook 4 cups of rice,
add water up to the 4-cup level indicated
on the scale.
Note
The level marked inside the inner pot is just
an indication; you can always adjust the water
level for dierent types of rice and your own
preference.
Besides following the water level indications,
you may also add rice and water at 1:1-1.2 ratio
for rice cooking.
Do not exceed the volume indicated nor
exceed the maximum water level indicated
in the inner pot, as this may cause the
multicooker to overow and cause potential
hazard.
5 Press the lid release button to open the lid.
6 Wipe the outside of the inner pot dry, then put
it in the multicooker. Check if the inner pot is
in proper contact with the heating element.
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Note
Make sure that the outside of the inner pot
is dry and clean, and that there is no foreign
residue on the heating element.
7 Close the lid of the multicooker, and put the
plug in the power socket.
8 Press the menu button ( ) until the desired
cooking function is selected.
9 Press and hold the start button ( ) for
3 seconds to start cooking.
10 When the cooking is nished, you will hear
4 beeps and the selected cooking function
light will be o.
11 The multicooker will be in keep-warm mode
automatically.
» The keep-warm indicator ( ) lights up.
Note
After the cooking is nished, stir the rice and
loosen it immediately to release excessive
moisture for uy rice.
Depending on the cooking conditions, the
bottom portion of the rice may become
slightly browned.
Making soup (g. 6)
1 Put ingredients and water into the inner pot.
2 Follow steps 6 and 7 in “Cooking rice”.
3 Press the menu button ( ) until the desired
cooking function is selected.
» To set a dierent cooking time, refer to
chapter “Adjusting the cooking time”.
4 Press and hold the start button ( ) for
3 seconds to start cooking.
5 When the cooking is nished, you will hear
4 beeps and the selected cooking function
light will be o.
6 The multicooker will be in keep-warm mode
automatically.
» The keep-warm indicator ( ) lights up.
Cooking congee (g. 6)
1 Follow steps 1 to 7 in “Cooking rice”.
Note
Do not exceed the maximum water level
indicated in the inner pot, as this may cause
the multicooker to overow.
Tip
Besides following the water level indications,
you may also add rice and water at 1:4 ratio for
congee cooking
2 Press the menu button ( ) until the desired
cooking function is selected.
» To set a dierent cooking time, refer to
chapter “Adjusting the cooking time”.
3 Press and hold the start button ( ) for
3 seconds to start cooking.
4 When the cooking is nished, you will hear
4 beeps and the selected cooking function
light will be o.
5 The multicooker will be in keep-warm mode
automatically.
» The keep-warm indicator ( ) lights up.
Stewing (g. 6)
1 Put the food and ingredients in the inner pot.
2 Follow steps 6 and 7 in “Cooking rice”.
3 Press the menu button ( ) until the desired
cooking function is selected.
» To set a dierent cooking time, refer to
chapter “Adjusting the cooking time”.
4 Press and hold the start button ( ) for
3 seconds to start cooking.
5 When the cooking is nished, you will hear
4 beeps and the selected cooking function
light will be o.
6 The multicooker will be in keep-warm mode
automatically.
» The keep-warm indicator ( ) lights up.
Making yogurt (g. 7)
1 Whisk the ingredients for the yogurt well and
put them in the yogurt cups provided.
2 Put the yogurt cups in the inner pot. Make
sure that yogurt cups sealed.
3 Pour some water in the inner pot. Make sure
that half of the yogurt cups are immersed in
water.
4 Follow steps 6 and 7 in “Cooking rice”.
5 Press the menu button ( ) until the desired
cooking function is selected.
» To set a dierent cooking time, refer to
chapter “Adjusting the cooking time”.
6 Press and hold the start button ( ) for
3 seconds to start cooking.
7 When the cooking is nished, the multicooker
beeps and switches to stand by mode
automatically.
Cooking risottos (g. 8)
1 Follow steps 1 to 7 in “Cooking rice”.
2 Press the menu button ( ) until the desired
cooking function is selected.
3 Press and hold the start button ( ) for
3 seconds to start cooking.
4 When the rice is ready, the multicooker beeps
for a while.
5 Add the ingredients for risottos by placing
them on top of the rice. Close the lid to
resume the cooking process.
6 When the cooking is nished, you will hear
4 beeps and the selected cooking function
light will be o.
7 The multicooker will be in keep warm mode
automatically.
» The keep-warm indicator ( ) lights up.
Reheating (g. 9)
1 Loosen the cooled rice and evenly distribute it
in the inner pot.
2 Pour some water onto the rice to prevent it
from becoming too dry. The quantity of the
water depends on the amount of rice.
3 Follow steps 6 and 7 in “Cooking rice”.
4 Press the reheating button ( ).
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» To set a dierent cooking time, refer to
chapter “Adjusting the cooking time”.
5 Press and hold the start button ( ) for
3 seconds to start cooking.
6 When the cooking is nished, you will hear
4 beeps and the selected cooking function
light will be o.
7 The multicooker will be in keep warm mode
automatically.
» The keep-warm indicator ( ) lights up.
Adjusting the cooking time (g. 10 & 11)
You can adjust the cooking time for reheat, yogurt,
congee, soup and stew. Refer to the “Functions
overview” table for the time regulation of each
function.
After you have selected the desired cooking
function using the menu button, the default
cooking time will be displayed on the screen.
1 To set a dierent cooking time, press the
cooking time button ( ), and the hour unit
starts ashing on the display.
2 Press the cooking time button repeatedly to
set the hour unit.
3 After the hour unit is set, wait for a few
seconds before the hour unit is conrmed,
and the minute unit starts ashing on the
display.
4 Press the cooking time button repeatedly to
set the minute unit.
Preset time for delayed cooking (g. 12)
You can preset the delayed cooking time in
dierent cooking modes. The preset timer is
available from 1 to 24 hours.
1 Press the menu button ( ) until the desired
cooking function is displayed on the screen.
2 Press the preset time button ( ).
» The preset time is displayed on the screen,
and the hour unit starts ashing.
3 Press the preset time button ( ) repeatedly
to set the hour unit.
4 When the hour unit is set, wait for a few
seconds before the hour unit is conrmed,
and the minute unit starts ashing on the
display.
5 Press the preset time button ( ) repeatedly
to set the minute unit.
6 After the minute unit is set, press and hold the
start button ( ) for 3 seconds to conrm the
preset timer.
» The preset indicator lights up in yellow
when the preset timer is activated. It turns
blue when the preset time has elapsed.
7 The cooking will be nished when the preset
time has elapsed. The multicooker beeps and
switches to keep-warm or standby mode
automatically.
Note
The preset timer is not available in yogurt and
reheat mode.
If the preset time is shorter than the cooking
time, the multicooker will start the cooking
process immediately.
Tip
After the preset time is set, you can press the
Warm/O button to deactivate the preset
function.
Setting up child lock (g. 13)
To protect your child from using the multicooker,
you can set up the child lock function.
Press and hold the cooking time button ( ) for
3 seconds to enter the child lock mode.
» The child lock icon appears on the display
screen.
To unlock, press and hold the cooking time
button ( ) for 3 seconds again.
» The child lock icon disappears from the
display screen.
Keep-warm mode
The multicooker provides you with easy control
over the keep-warm function.
After you have selected the cooking function, if
you press and hold the start button ( ) for
3 seconds directly, the keep-warm indicator
will light up. After the cooking is nished, the
multicooker will switch to keep-warm mode
directly.
After you have selected the cooking function, if
you press the keep-warm button ( ) before
pressing the start button ( ), the keep-warm
indicator will be o. After the cooking is nished,
the multicooker will be in standby mode.
Note
Except for yogurt, all other cooking functions
will allow the product to go into the keep-
warm mode.
In standby mode, you can press the keep-
warm button ( ) to enter the keep-warm
mode.
In keep-warm mode, you can press the keep-
warm button ( ) to enter the standby mode.
6 Cleaning and
Maintenance
Note
Unplug the multicooker before starting to
clean it.
Wait until the multicooker has cooled down
suciently before cleaning it.
Interior
Inside of the outer lid and the main body:
Wipe with wrung out and damp cloth.
Make sure to remove all the food residues stuck
to the multicooker.
Heating element:
Wipe with wrung out and damp cloth.
Remove food residues with wrung out and damp
cloth or toothpicks.
Exterior
Outside of the main body:
Wipe with a cloth damped with soap water.
Only use soft and dry cloth to wipe the control
panel.
Make sure to remove all the food residues
around the control panel.
Accessories
Stirring ladle, drainage, yogurt cup, rice scoop,
soup ladle, inner pot, and detachable inner lid:
Soak in hot water and clean with sponge.
7 Recycling
Do not throw away the product with the normal
household waste at the end of its life, but hand
it in at an ocial collection point for recycling. By
doing this, you help to preserve the environment.
Follow your country’s rules for the separate
collection of electrical and electronic products.
Correct disposal helps prevent negative
consequences for the environment and human
health.
8 Guarantee and service
If you need service or information, or if you have a
problem, visit the Philips website at
www.philips.com.tw or contact the Philips
Customer Care Center in your country. You can
nd its phone number in the worldwide guarantee
leaet. If there is no Customer Care Center in your
country, go to your local Philips dealer.
9 Troubleshooting
If you encounter problems when using this
multicooker, check the following points before
requesting service. If you cannot solve the
problem, contact the Philips Consumer Care
Center in your country.
Problem Solution
The rice is too
soft, too hard,
or not well
cooked.
If the multicooker is positioned
on an uneven or tilted surface,
the texture of the cooked rice
may be too hard or too soft as
the amount of water becomes
inconsistent.
The texture of rice varies
depending on the brand of rice,
where it was harvested, and
how long it was stored (new
crop or old crop).
The texture of rice varies
depending on the room and
water temperatures.
Using the preset function may
result in softer rice. This is
normal.
Using the ultra quick rice
cooking menu setting may
result in harder rice. This is
normal.
Check if the inner pot is
deformed.
There is not enough water. Add
water according to the scale on
the inside of the inner pot.
You did not press and hold the
start button for 3 seconds to
start cooking.
Make sure that there is no
foreign residue on the heating
element and the outside of the
inner pot before switching the
multicooker on.
The rice is
scorched.
Check if there are food residue
on the heating plate or outside
of the inner pot. Remove the
food residue with a bamboo
stick or a chopstick.
You have not rinse the rice
properly. Rinse the rice until the
water runs clear.
Check if the inner pot is deformed.
Water spills
out of the
multicooker
during cooking.
Make sure that you add water
to the level indicated on the
scale inside the inner pot that
corresponds to the number of
cups of rice used.
Make sure the water does not
exceed the maximum level on
the scale, as this may cause the
appliance to overow during
cooking.
I cannot get
to the desired
cooking
function.
Press the menu button ( )
repeatedly to select the desired
cooking function as shown by
the display screen.
Check if the keep-warm
indicator is on. Deactivate
keep-warm and try again.
Check if the power cord is
connected to the cooker properly
and if the plug is inserted rmly
into the power outlet.
Rice smells bad
after cooking
After cooking, make sure
the steam vent cap, inner lid
and inner pot are cleaned
thoroughly. Clean the inner pot
with some washing detergent
and warm water.
The light on
the button
does not go on
or the display
does not
function.
There is a connection problem.
Check if the power cord is
connected to the cooker
properly and if the plug is
inserted rmly into the power
outlet.
Error Solution
Error message
(E1, E2, E3, or
E4) appears on
the display.
There has been a power failure
during cooking. Take the appliance
to your Philips dealer or a service
center authorized by Philips.
The cooker
does not
switch to keep
warm mode
automatically.
The temperature control is
defective. Take the appliance to
your Philips dealer or a service
center authorized by Philips.
10 Specifications
Model Number HD3060
Rated power input 330W
Rated capacity 0.7L
Philips Avance Collection HD3060

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Joy Teoh • 4-10-2021 No comments

The timer for rice cooking functions flashes and only starts counting down when the remaining time is 5minutes? Please help. Thank you.

The timer for rice cooking functions flashes and only starts counting down when the remaining time is 5minutes? Please help. ...
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Erda • 28-9-2021 1 comment

Why is my cooking rice function stuck at preset

Why is my cooking rice function stuck at preset
Joy • 4-10-2021

The timer for rice cooking functions flashes and only starts counting down when the remaining time is 5minutes? Please help. Thank you.

The timer for rice cooking functions flashes and only starts counting down when the remaining time is 5minutes? Please help. ...
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Philips Avance Collection HD3060 specifications

General
Brand Philips
Model Avance Collection HD3060
Product Rice Cooker
Language English
Filetype PDF
Features
Cord length 1 m
Volume 2 L
Detachable lid
Control type Sensor
Easy to clean
Product colour Black,Blue
Packaging content
Measuring cup
Rice scoop
Soup scoop
Power
Power 330 W
AC input frequency 50 Hz
AC input voltage 220 V
Weight & dimensions
Depth 395 mm
Height 245 mm
Width 300 mm
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