Philips PerfectDraft HD3600 manual

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  • Brand: Philips
  • Product: Beertender
  • Model/name: PerfectDraft HD3600
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French

Table of Contents

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Introduction
Congratulations on acquiring this new PerfectDraft. From now on you
can enjoy the perfect taste of a draft beer at home.The system will
keep your beer fresh and at exactly the right temperature so that you
can always enjoy nice and cool draft beer. Once the PerfectDraft has
been installed, you can pour beer at home by just pulling the tap
handle. Several beer brands are available for this system.You can find
the beer brands available in your country on the box of the
PerfectDraft system (also see chapter 'Keg suppliers' at the end of
these instructions for use).You can visit our website at
www.perfectdraft.com for more information.
The PerfectDraft system is meant for home use only. It is not suitable
for professional use.
These instructions for use tell you how to use the PerfectDraft.
B Because the name of this appliance is PerfectDraft, we use 'draft beer'
instead of 'draught beer' in these instructions for use.
General description
Appliance
A Right door
B Left door
C Display: indicates beer temperature & beer level
D Release button
E Drip tray cover
F Drip tray
G Cord storage facility
H Cooling plate
I Locking levers
J Keg sensor
Tap unit
K Medaillon
LTap handle
MTap body
N Spout
O Release buttons
PTube
QTube connector
RTube release button
Keg
S Chimes
T Protection cap
U Connection top
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Important
Read these instructions for use carefully before using the appliance and
save them for future reference.
The appliance
◗ If the mains cord is damaged, it must be replaced by Philips, a
service centre authorised by Philips or similarly qualified persons
in order to avoid a hazard.
◗ Check if the voltage indicated on the bottom of the appliance
corresponds to the local mains voltage before you connect the
appliance.
◗ Do not use the appliance when the mains cord, the plug or the
appliance itself is damaged.
C ◗ Keep the appliance out of the reach of children.The handle can be
removed for extra safety.
◗ Put the appliance on a horizontal, even and stable surface, leaving
at least 10 cm free space behind and on both sides of the
appliance for the best performance.
◗ We advise you to put the appliance in an environment with an
ambient temperature between 3 and 25cC.
◗ When you use the appliance at an ambient temperature above
25cC, the beer temperature indicated on the display may rise to
above 3cC.When the ambient temperature decreases to below
25cC, the beer temperature will drop to 3cC again.At higher
ambient temperatures chilling the keg will also take longer.
C ◗ Do not expose the appliance and the keg to direct sunlight or to
temperatures higher than 30cC.
◗ Always clean the appliance before you store it for a longer period.
◗ Do not lift the appliance by means of the tap handle.
◗ Do not cover the appliance (e.g. with a towel) to prevent it from
overheating.
The keg
◗ Always read and follow the instructions and safety warnings on
the keg before installing it in the appliance.
◗ Do not shake the keg.
◗ Store an open keg at the right temperature by leaving it in the
appliance. Make sure the appliance is switched on. If you switch
the appliance off because you are not going to use it for a longer
period (e.g. a holiday), always remove the open keg from the
appliance and put it in the fridge. Once a keg has been opened, the
beer stays fresh for 28 days.
◗ Never store the keg in the freezer! Freezing may cause serious
damage to the keg.
◗ To avoid the risk of explosion, do not expose the keg to direct
sunlight or temperatures higher than 30cC.
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◗ Always check the sell-by date on the keg at purchase before
installing it.
◗ Do not use the keg if the connection top is damaged. If the
connection top is damaged, the tap unit will not fit onto it.
◗ Unopened kegs will keep best when stored at a stable
temperature.The cooler you store the keg, the better.
◗ The keg is under pressure. Do not remove the connection top or
pierce the keg with a sharp object.
◗ Maximum working pressure: 1.5 bar.
◗ Use the keg only for the HD3600 PerfectDraft. Do not connect
other equipment to the keg.
◗ Do not use kegs from other suppliers than the ones mentioned in
these instructions for use (see chapter 'Keg suppliers' at the end
of these instructions for use).
◗ Do not use damaged kegs in this appliance, as this could harm the
appliance.A damaged keg should be immediately returned to the
shop where it was bought.
◗ The kegs are not stackable.
Preparing for use
Step 1: installing the appliance
1 Put the appliance on a horizontal, even and stable surface,
leaving at least 10 cm free space behind and on both sides of
the appliance for the best performance.
B Do not put the appliance in a place where it will be exposed to direct
sunlight or to high temperatures (e.g. close to a cooker or an oven).
C 2 You can store excess cord by pushing it into the storage
compartment at the back of the appliance.
3 Insert the plug into the wall socket.
C 4 Install the drip tray.
C 5 Attach the tap handle.
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C 6 Place the preferred medallion on top of the handle.
Step 2: placing the tap unit onto the keg
C 1 Remove the protection cap and the tube from the keg.
Always clean the tap unit with hot water and, if necesary, with some
washing-up liquid before placing it on the keg and inserting the tube.
C 2 Put the tap unit onto the connection top of the keg by pushing
it down firmly.You will hear a click.
If you snap the tap unit onto the keg correctly, it will fit nicely between
the two chimes of the keg.
Step 3: placing the tube into the tap unit
Always clean the tap unit with hot water and, if necesary, with some
washing-up liquid before inserting the tube.
C 1 Insert the flexible tube into the tap body.
C 2 Slide the projections of the tube connector under the hinge
points.
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C 3 Push the tube connector into the opening in the tap unit.You
will hear a click.
Step 4: placing the keg into the appliance
Never place the keg into the appliance if the tap unit has not been
placed properly onto the keg. (see 'Step 2: placing the tap unit onto the
keg').
Always make sure there is a tube in the tap unit before placing the keg
with the assembled tap unit into the appliance.
C 1 Open the doors by pressing the release button.
C 2 Lift the two blue locking levers completely.
C 3 Place the keg with the assembled tap unit into the appliance by
tilting it slightly forward.
- First put the keg on the cooling plate of the appliance.
- Then put the keg upright by sliding the tap unit between the blue
locking levers.
◗ After you have installed the keg (even the first time), the pump
will run for a few seconds.
C 4 Push down the blue locking levers until they are in horizontal
position.
◗ Note: if you are unable to put the locking levers in horizontal
position, the keg has not been put into the appliance in the right
position.Take the keg out and follow steps 1 to 3 again.
◗ The pump and the cooling system will start to work soon after
you have installed the keg.
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C 5 Close the doors.
The best way to close the doors is first closing the left door and then
the right door.
◗ The beer temperature & level display starts to work.
C 6 Wait until the keg has reached a temperature of 4cC or below.
When this is the case, the temperature is displayed in green.
The ideal temperature is 3cC.
If you start using the appliance when the beer is still above 4cC (i.e
when the temperature is displayed in red), the beer head will become
too large.
◗ If the temperature of the keg is approx. 23cC when you put it
into the appliance, wait approx. 15 hours before pouring beer.We
advise you to wait until the whole keg is chilled.
◗ For the best cooling performance, place the appliance in an
environment with an ambient temperature between 3cC and
25cC and leave at least 10 cm free space behind and on both
sides of the appliance.
Do not expose the appliance to direct sunlight.When using the
appliance at an ambient temperature above 25ºC, the beer
temperature indicated on the display may rise to above 3ºC.When the
ambient temperature decreases to below 25ºC, the beer temperature
will drop to 3ºC again.At higher ambient temperatures chilling the keg
will also take longer.
◗ Pre-chilling the keg in the fridge allows you to pour beer more
quickly.
The display
C ◗ The display shows the temperature of the beer and the beer level
inside the keg.
Temperature indication
Wait until the temperature of the keg has dropped below 4cC before
you start pouring beer.The ideal drinking temperature is 3cC.
The colour of the temperature displayed tells you if the ideal drinking
temperature has been reached.
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- Red = to indicate that the beer temperature is not yet ideal for
consumption (above 4cC).The beer head may be too large.
- Green = to indicate that the beer has reached the ideal temperature
(4cC or below) for consumption.
Level indication
The yellow-orange level indication in the display shows the amount of
beer left in the keg in eight steps.
B If you use 25cl glasses, you can pour approx. 24 glasses of beer from
one keg. If you use 33cl glasses, you can pour approx. 18 glasses.
Other indications
Besides the beer level and temperature, the display can give the
following information:
- Green segment but no level indication visible = tap unit not present
on keg.
- Red segment but no level indication visible = no keg installed.
- Red or green segment with blinking yellow-orange background light
= tap unit and/or tube not properly placed. Remove the keg and
check if the tap unit and the tube are properly placed (see chapter
'Preparing for use', steps 2 and 3).
Tips and recommendations
◗ If you want to start pouring beer shortly after placing the keg in
the appliance, pre-chill the keg in the fridge for a while before
installing it.
C ◗ Once the keg has been opened, the beer will stay fresh for 28
days if the keg is stored in the appliance.
Make sure the appliance is switched on all the time.
◗ If you want to switch the appliance off for a longer period, e.g. a
holiday, store the opened keg in the fridge. Disconnect the tap
unit, rinse the top of the keg, rinse the tube and store the tube
with the keg in the fridge.
◗ Always replace the tube when you start using a new keg. Never
use a tube for more than 28 days.
◗ When beer has not been poured for more than a week 's time, it
is recommended to let the beer flow into the glass for a period of
1 second, then to rinse the glass with cold water before filling it
with fresh beer.
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How to pour a perfect beer
Follow the instructions below to pour a perfect beer.
Cleaning beer glasses
Always use clean beer glasses when tapping beer.
1 Clean the glasses carefully in hot water with some washing-up
liquid.
2 Rinse the glasses thoroughly with cold tap water.
In this way you will remove all grease and soap residues, which will
allow you to pour a beer with a good head.
3 Check if the glasses are free of grease and soap residues by
holding them upside down to the light.
The glasses are clean when the water runs down the surface evenly,
without revealing any stains.
B Tip: if you clean the beer glasses in the dishwasher, you should not use a
rinse agent. Rinse agent residues may break down the foam head of the
beer.
Pouring beer
1 You will get the best results if you pour the beer in a cool,
clean and wet glass!
B A cool glass ensures a more stable beer head.
B A cool glass will also keep freshly poured beer fresh longer and helps to
retain its sparkling quality.
◗ NB: For the best quality draft beer, used glasses should always be
cleaned and rinsed before they are used again to prevent foam
residues of previously poured beer from causing too much foam
in freshly poured beer.
2 Hold the glass by the bottom or in the middle to make sure it
stays clean.
C 3 Open the tap in one quick, smooth movement.
The beer will only flow properly into the glass if the tap is completely
open. If the tap is only half open, the beer will be forced through the
tap, causing it to foam more strongly.
Allow the beer to flow down the inside of the glass.
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C 4 You can vary the size of the beer head by varying the angle at
which you hold the glass under the spout and by varying the
distance between the glass and the spout.
The more upright and the closer to the spout you hold the glass, the
more foam you will obtain.
◗ NB: Do not let the end of the spout touch the beer glass, the
beer or the beer head, as any beer residues present on the spout
will affect the forming of the beer head.
5 Slowly move the glass to vertical position while tapping your
beer.
6 Fill the glass until the foam almost flows over the rim of the
glass.
7 Close the tap in one smooth movement.
Note: the pump may go on.
8 Europe (excl. Germany and U.K.): For the best end result,
remove excess foam from the glass by moving a skimmer over
the rim of the glass at an angle of 45c in one smooth
movement.
B Never leave the skimmer lying on the worktop, but put it in a clean glass
with fresh, cold water or rinse it right away. Only pass the skimmer over
the glass once, as further skimming will have a negative effect on the
quality of the beer head.
◗ You now have a perfect draft beer.
Serving a freshly poured beer
1 Dry the bottom of the glass by passing it over a cloth.
2 Use a clean beer mat for your guest.
3 Pick up the glass in the middle and serve the beer on the beer
mat with the beer brand logo (if present on the glass) facing
your guest.
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British
Rinse a glass and allow it to drain.
Hold the glass under the opening
of the spout at an angle of
approx. 45c.
Open the tap fully in one smooth
movement.
Let the beer flow down the inside
of the glass.
Do not let the spout touch the
glass, the beer or the foam.
The angle at which you hold the
glass while pouring beer
determines the ultimate size of
the foam head.The more upright
you hold the glass, the higher the
foam head will be.
Fill the glass until the beer almost
flows over the rim of the glass.
Close the tap in one smooth
movement.
Move the glass away from the
spout to prevent drops of beer
from falling onto the foam head.
Your beer is now ready to be
served.
German
Rinse a glass and allow it to drain.
Hold the glass under the opening
of the spout at an angle of
approx. 45c.
Open the tap fully in one smooth
movement.
Let the beer flow down the inside
of the glass.
Do not let the spout touch the
glass, the beer or the foam.
The angle at which you hold the
glass while pouring beer
determines the ultimate size of
the foam head.The more upright
you hold the glass, the higher the
foam head will be.
a. Let beer flow into the glass until
it contains two-thirds beer and
one-third foam.
b. Close the tap and put the glass
down for 1 minute to allow the
foam to settle.
c. Repeat steps 2 to 6 and fill the
glass up to the rim.
Close the tap in one smooth
movement.
Move the glass away from the
spout to prevent drops of beer
from falling onto the foam head.
Your beer is now ready to be
served.
European (excl. Germany and
UK)
Rinse a glass and allow it to drain.
Hold the glass next to the
opening of the spout.
Open the tap fully in one smooth
movement.
Move the glass under the spout at
an angle of approx. 45c and let
the beer flow down the inside of
the glass.
Do not let the spout touch the
glass, the beer or the foam.
The angle at which you hold the
glass while pouring beer
determines the ultimate size of
the foam head.The more upright
you hold the glass, the higher the
foam head will be.
Fill the glass until the beer almost
flows over the rim of the glass.
Close the tap in one smooth
movement.
a. Move the glass away from the
spout to prevent drops of beer
from falling onto the foam head.
b. Remove the foam that rises
beyond the rim of the glass by
passing a skimmer over the rim
of the glass at an angle of 45c.
Your beer is now ready to be
served.
Step
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
3 different beer pouring traditions
The way beer is poured differs from country to country.This table tells you how to pour a perfect
beer in three local traditions in 10 steps.
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Replacing the keg
When the keg is empty, only foam will come out of the spout and no
beer.The display will indicate that the keg is empty.This means that you
have to replace the keg.
C 1 Open the doors by pressing the release button.
Make sure you open the doors fully.
C 2 Lift the blue locking levers completely.
C 3 Tilt the keg with the assembled tap unit towards you and take
it out of the appliance.
C 4 Remove the tap unit from the keg by pressing the release
buttons on both sides of the tap unit (1).The tap unit will be
released from the keg with a click and you can remove it (2).
You have to remove the tap unit from the keg before you can replace
the tube.The release button for releasing the tube will not work when
the tap unit is placed on the keg.
C 5 Hold the tap unit over a sink.
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C 6 Press the blue release button to release the tube.
C 7 Pull the tube connector out of the tap unit and remove the
flexible tube out of the tap body.
Note: always clean the tap unit with hot water and, if necessary, some
washing-up liquid before inserting a new tube.
8 Assemble the tap unit onto the keg (see chapter 'Preparing for
use', 'Step 2: placing the tap unit onto the keg').
9 Insert a new tube into the tap unit (see chapter 'Preparing for
use', 'Step 3: placing the tube into the tap unit').
10 Place the new keg into the appliance (see chapter 'Preparing
for use', 'Step 4: placing the keg into the appliance').
Cleaning
Clean the appliance when you replace the keg or when you are going
to store the appliance for a longer period.
Never use scouring pads and abrasive liquids such as scouring agents
petrol or acetone to clean the appliance.
1 Always unplug the appliance before cleaning it.
2 Clean the outside of the appliance with a damp cloth.
C 3 Remove the spout.
C 4 Remove and disassemble the drip tray and the drip tray cover.
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C 5 You can remove the tap handle by pulling it out of the tap body.
6 Clean the tap unit, the drip tray and the drip tray cover with
hot water and, if necessary, some washing-up liquid.
Hot water may cause burns.Always check if the water is not too hot
before you start cleaning these parts under the tap.
◗ Only the drip tray, the drip tray cover and the spout are
dishwasher-proof.
THETAP UNIT IS NOT DISHWASHER-PROOF!
Environment
C ◗ Do not throw the appliance away with the normal household
waste at the end of its life, but hand it in at an official collection
point for recycling. By doing this you will help to preserve the
environment.
To protect our environment, make sure that empty kegs are disposed
of according to the instructions below.
Disposal of the keg
First check whether the keg is returnable or not by reading the sticker
on the keg. If the keg is not returnable, read the instructions on how to
dispose of the keg on the sticker.
Disposal of the cooling element
◗ The cooling element inside the appliance contains a substance
that may pollute the environment.Therefore the cooling element
needs to be removed from the appliance before the appliance is
discarded.
You may also take or send the appliance to a Philips service centre,
which will remove the cooling element for you and will dispose of it in
an environmentally safe way.
Only remove the cooling element when you discard the appliance!
Remove the cooling element in the following way:
1 Unplug the appliance.
2 Open the doors by pressing the release button.
◗ Near the hinges of the doors there are two holes on either side.
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C 3 Remove the four screws located in these holes by means of a
screwdriver.
C 4 Remove the back cover from the appliance.
C 5 Remove the cooling fan by pulling it out.
◗ Now you will see an aluminium plate with fins on it and with two
screw holes.
C 6 Undo the screws by means of a screwdriver.
C 7 Remove the aluminium plate.
◗ After having removed the aluminium plate, you will see a white
plate of approx. 4 x 4 cm.This is the actual cooling element.
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C 8 Place the flat blade of a screwdriver behind the cooling
element and pry the cooling element off the back of the
aluminium plate by twisting the screwdriver.
C 9 Then cut the wires attached to the cooling element.
Do not connect the appliance to the mains again after removal of the
cooling element.
Never reassemble the cooling element once you have removed it!
10 Hand the cooling element in at an official collection point for
chemical waste.
Guarantee & service
If you need information or if you have a problem, please visit the Philips
website at www.philips.com or contact the Philips Customer Care
Centre in your country (you will find its phone number in the
worldwide guarantee leaflet). If there is no Customer Care Centre in
your country, turn to your local Philips dealer or contact the Service
Department of Philips Domestic Appliances and Personal Care BV.
When you bring the appliance back to your dealer or a Philips service
centre for determination of the cause of the problem, also bring the
tube and the keg.
Guarantee restrictions
Your guarantee becomes invalid if:
- you do not use the appliance in accordance with these instructions
for use.
- you use damaged kegs in this appliance.
- you do not install the kegs in accordance with the instructions.
- you use kegs from other suppliers than the ones mentioned in these
instructions for use.
◗ The kegs and tubes are not covered by this guarantee.
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Solution
Make sure no old beer is left in the tap unit. Clean the
entire tap unit with hot water and some washing-up liquid,
if necessary.
Make sure no old beer is left in the tap unit. Clean the
entire tap unit with hot water and some washing-up liquid,
if necessary.
Make sure you remove the keg with the tap unit on top of
it from the appliance before removing the tap unit from
the keg by pressing the release buttons.
Make sure the tap unit has been placed properly on the
keg. Push the tap unit down firmly when placing it onto the
keg. See chapter 'Preparing for use', 'Step 3: placing the tap
unit onto the keg'.
Check if the locking levers have been lifted properly and
push them down firmly.
Make sure you push down the blue locking levers until they
are in horizontal position before closing the doors.
Make sure the tube is placed correctly in the tap unit and
the handle is in upright position.
If the problem continues to occur, please contact the
Philips Customer Care Centre in your country.
Make sure you have removed the tap unit from the keg.
Release the tube from the keg unit by pressing the release
button.
Make sure the tap unit does not contain any beer residues
by rinsing the tap unit with hot water.
Check if the locking levers have been lifted properly and
push them down firmly.
Make sure that the doors have been closed properly. For
instructions on how to close the doors, see the chapter
'Preparing for use', 'Step 4: placing the keg into the
appliance'. It is normal for some frost to be present on the
back of the keg.
Make sure that the tap unit has been placed onto the keg
in the right way (see chapter 'Preparing for use', 'Step 2:
placing the tap unit onto the keg').
Make sure the tube has been fitted in the tap unit in the
right way (see chapter 'Preparing for use', 'Step 3: placing
the tube into the tap unit').
If there is no beer left in the keg, put a new keg in the
appliance. Check the display for the beer level.
Problem
It is difficult to place the tap unit onto the keg.
It is difficult to press the release buttons to remove the tap
unit.
It is not possible to place the keg with the assembled tap
unit in the appliance.
It is not possible to close the doors.
Beer already starts running when the tube is placed in the
tap unit.
The display blinks.
Follow the instructions in 'Other indications' in the chapter
'Preparing for use'.
The tube cannot be removed from the tap unit.
There is frost on the keg or the appliance.
No beer comes out when I pull the handle.
Troubleshooting
If you are unable to solve the problem by means of this troubleshooting guide, contact the Customer
Care Centre in your country (see chapter 'Guarantee & service') or the PerfectDraft call centre:
078-250159 in Belgium, 01801-324000 in Germany or 0900-2224222 in the Netherlands.
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Solution
The beer is too warm.Wait until the appliance has cooled
the beer to a temperature of 4cC or below. Check the
display for the temperature of the beer.The appliance
should not be exposed to direct sunlight and should be
placed in an environment with an ambient temperature
between 3c and 25c.
The keg has been shaken too much.Wait half an hour for
the beer to settle.
Make sure that the tap is completely open while tapping.
The first glass can contain more foam than usual.Try
pouring a second or third glass.
The tube may not function properly. Contact the Philips
Customer Care Centre in your country.
The keg is empty. Place a new keg into the appliance (see
chapter 'Replacing the keg').
Check if the keg has been open for over 28 days and check
if the sell-by date of the keg has expired.
The glasses used were not clean enough. Rinse the glasses
with water and some washing-up liquid. Rinse them
thoroughly with cold water to remove all grease and soap
residues.
The appliance should be plugged in all the time to keep
the beer in the opened keg cool.The temperature shown
on the display should be 4cC or below.
Pour beer as described on the keg and in these instructions
for use.
Do not let the spout touch the glass, the beer or the beer
head.
The glasses used were not clean. Rinse the glasses with
water and some washing-up liquid. Rinse them thoroughly
with cold water to remove all grease and soap residues.
Make sure the beer is cold and the display shows a
temperature of 4cC or below.
Place the appliance in an environment with an ambient
temperature between 3cC and 25cC and leave at least
10 cm free space behind and on both sides of the
appliance. Do not expose the appliance to direct sunlight.
When it is an unopened keg and it does not have any
visual damage, you can try to use it.When the keg has
already been opened, you cannot use the keg anymore.
Make sure you clean the tap unit with hot water before
inserting a new tube.
Pour a glass of beer from the opened keg at least every
7 days.
Always clean the tap unit and place a new tube into it
when you install a new keg.
Make sure you use clean glasses.
Problem
Too much foam comes out of the appliance.
The beer that comes out of the appliance is flat.
The foam head collapses very quickly.
The temperature on the display goes up.
The keg fell, can I still use it?
It is difficult to place the tube into the tap unit.
The beer tastes bad.
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Solution
Make sure you keep the appliance plugged in all the time.
Once the keg has been opened and is kept cool, the beer
stays fresh for 28 days. Check the sell-by date on the keg
before installing a new keg.
In case of a power failure or if the appliance has been
disconnected from the mains, the level indication will be
accurate again after you have poured 1 or 2 glasses of beer.
Remove the plug from the wall socket, wait 5 seconds and
then reinsert it.
Pour 1 glass of beer (of at least 250ml) while opening the
tap handle quickly and completely (to prevent the
development of foam).
Make sure the temperature inside the appliance is 4cC or
below by placing the appliance in an environment with an
ambient temperature between 3cC and 30cC and leaving
at least 10 cm free space behind and on both sides of the
appliance.
Make sure that there is at least 10 cm free space behind
and on both sides of the appliance for the best
performance.
Make sure that the appliance is used at an ambient
temperature between 3cC and 25cC. Do not expose the
appliance to direct sunlight.
Make sure the keg does not have a temperature of more
than 23cC when you place it into the appliance. If the keg
has a temperature of more than 23cC, a longer chilling
time will be required.
Check if the fan outlet at the back of the appliance is free
from dust and/or other particles.
The pump may go on while you are pouring beer in order
to maintain the right pressure.The pump also goes on
every now and then to keep the appliance at the right
pressure.
Problem
The display shows the wrong volume.
The appliance doesn't chill the beer sufficiently.
The appliance makes a sound.
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Web address
www.perfectdraft.nl
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www.perfectdraft.nl
www.perfectdraft.nl
www.stella-artois.be
www.jupiler.be
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Phone number
0900-2224222 EUR 0.05
p/m
0900-2224222 EUR 0.05
p/m
0900-2224222 EUR 0.05
p/m
0900-2224222 EUR 0.05
p/m
070-222918
070-222912
0035-2802131999
Brand
Dommelsch
Hertog Jan
Jupiler
Bavaria
Stella Artois
Jupiler
Diekirch
Country
The Netherlands
Belgium
Luxembourgh
Keg suppliers
If you need information about the keg or if you have a problem with your keg, you can contact the
supplier of the keg in your country.You will find the phone numbers in the table below.
ENGLISH
24
Page: 85
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4222 001 96407
www.philips.com

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