SKG 1700 A1

SilverCrest SKG 1700 A1 manual

SKG 1700 A1

User manual for the SilverCrest SKG 1700 A1 in Dutch. This PDF manual has 94 pages.

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2 GB Contents 1. Overview ........................................................................................ 2 2. Intended purpose ............................................................................ 3 3. Safety information ........................................................................... 3 4. Items supplied ................................................................................. 5 5. How to use ...................................................................................... 6 6. Operation ........................................................................................ 6 6.1 Heating up........................................................................................... 6 6.2 Preparation .......................................................................................... 7 6.3 Grill plate setting .................................................................................. 7 6.4 Switching off ........................................................................................ 8 7. Cleaning .......................................................................................... 8 8. Storage ........................................................................................... 8 9. Disposal .......................................................................................... 9 10. Trouble-shooting .............................................................................. 9 11. Technical specifications .................................................................... 9 12. Recipes ............................................................................................ 9 13. Warranty of the HOYER Handel GmbH ........................................... 12 1. Overview 1 Control light of grill plate in lid 2 Handle 3 Base (foldable) 4 Lid 5 Grip clamps for grill plates 6 Power cable with mains plug 7 Cable spool on device base 8 Oil/fat runoff on lower grill plate 9 Thermostat control for lower grill plate 10 Handle 11 Control light for the lower grill plate 12 Grill plates 13 Oil/fat runoff on grill plate in lid 14 Thermostat control on grill plate in lid Figure A: contact grill / Figure B: barbecue / Figure C: grill oven __RP90859_B3.book Seite 2 Montag, 26. August 2013 1:38 13
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3 GB Thank you for your trust! Congratulations on your new Contact Grill. For a safe handling of the device and in or- der to get to know the entire scope of fea- tures: • Thoroughly read these operat- ing instructions prior to initial commissioning. • Above all, observe the safety in- structions! • The device should only be used as described in these operating instructions. • Keep these operating instruc- tions for reference. • If you pass the device on to someone else, please include these operating instructions. We hope you enjoy your new Contact Grill! Symbols on your appliance Hot surfaces In order to avoid injury as a result of burns, the metal surfaces of the device must not be touched during operation. Only use the han- dles and control elements provided. 2. Intended purpose The contact grill is intended exclusively for grilling food (e.g. meat, fish, vegetables, etc.) in the home. The device is designed for use in private households. The device must only be used in- doors. This device must not be used for commercial purposes. This device is equally intended for use in the home and in applications similar to the home, such as for example... … in kitchens for employees in shops, offices and other commercial areas; … on agricultural estates; … by customers in hotels, motels and other residential facilities; … in bed-and-breakfast establishments. Foreseeable misuse WARNING! Risk of material dam- age! The device is not designed for operation out- doors. 3. Safety information Warnings If necessary, the following warnings will be used in these operating instructions: DANGER! High risk: failure to ob- serve this warning may result in inju- ry to life and limb. WARNING! Moderate risk: failure to ob- serve this warning may result in injury or se- rious material damage. CAUTION: low risk: failure to observe this warning may result in minor injury or mate- rial damage. NOTE: circumstances and specifics that must be observed when handling the de- vice. __RP90859_B3.book Seite 3 Montag, 26. August 2013 1:38 13
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4 GB Instructions for safe operation • This device can be used by children from the age of 8 and peo- ple with restricted physical, sensory or intellectual abilities or people without adequate experience and/or understanding, if they are supervised or instructed on how to use this device safely and if they are aware of the resulting risks. • Children must not play with the device. • Cleaning and user maintenance must not be performed by unsu- pervised children unless they are older than 8 years and super- vised. • Children under the age of 8 must be kept away from the device and the power cable. • This device is not intended to be operated using an external timer clock or a separate remote control system. • If the power cable of this device should become damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, the manufacturer's custom- er service department or a similarly qualified specialist, in order to avoid any hazards. • Charcoal and similar fuels must not be used in this device. • The heating spirals must not be wiped with a damp cloth. DANGER for children • Packing materials are not children's toys. Children should not be allowed to play with the plastic bags: There is a risk of suffocation. • Please ensure that children are not able to pull the device down from the work surface with the power cable. • Keep the device out of the reach of chil- dren. DANGER! Risk of electric shock due to moisture • The device, the power cable and the mains plug must not be immersed in wa- ter or any other liquids. • Protect the device from moisture, water drops and water spray. • If liquid gets into the device, remove the mains plug immediately. Have the device checked before reusing. • Never touch the device with wet hands. • If the device falls into water, disconnect the mains plug immediately. Only then is it safe to retrieve the device. DANGER! Risk of electric shock • Only plug the mains plug into the wall socket after the device has been com- pletely assembled. • Only connect the mains plug to a prop- erly installed and easily accessible wall socket whose voltage corresponds to the specifications on the rating plate. The wall socket must continue to be eas- __RP90859_B3.book Seite 4 Montag, 26. August 2013 1:38 13
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5 GB ily accessible after the device is plugged in. • Ensure that the power cable cannot be damaged by sharp edges or hot points. Do not wrap the power cable around the device. • The device is not fully disconnected from the power supply, even after it is switched off. In order to fully disconnect it, pull out the mains plug. • When using the device, ensure that the power cable cannot be trapped or crushed. • When removing the mains plug, always pull the plug and never the cable. • Disconnect the mains plug from the wall socket… … if there is a fault, … when you are not using the device, … before you clean the device, and … during thunderstorms. • To avoid any risk, do not make modifi- cations to the device. • Do not use the device if there is visible damage to the device or the power ca- ble. DANGER! Risk of fire • The device must not be operated close to flammable liquids or materials, or in a potentially explosive environment. Keep at a distance of at least 30 cm from walls. In order to prevent overheat- ing of the device or a potential fire, the device must not be covered. The grill plates must under no circumstances be covered with aluminium foil, aluminium containers or heat-resistant materials. • The power cable must not touch the met- al surfaces during operation. DANGER! Risk of injury through burning! • The metal surfaces become very hot dur- ing operation. Only touch the handles and control elements of the device dur- ing operation. • The device remains very hot after it is switched off, and must not be touched. • Only transport the device when it has cooled down, and when doing so only use the handles intended. WARNING! Risk of material damage • Ensure that the device is switched off be- fore you plug it into a wall socket (turn both thermostat controls to "•" until they go no further). • Only use the original accessories. • Do not use kitchen utensils made of met- al to lift grilled food from the grill plate. Use e.g. a wooden spatula. • The device and its accessories are not suitable for dishwashers. • Do not use any astringent or abrasive cleaning agents. • The device is fitted with non-slip plastic feet. As furniture is coated with a wide ar- ray of varnishes and synthetics, and is also treated with different care products, it can- not be fully ruled out that some of these materials contain ingredients that could at- tack and soften the non-slip plastic feet. If necessary, place a non-slip mat under the device. 4. Items supplied 1 Contact grill with two grill plates 1 Set of operating instructions __RP90859_B3.book Seite 5 Montag, 26. August 2013 1:38 13
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6 GB 5. How to use FIRE HAZARD! • Place the device on a dry, level, non-slip and heat-resistant surface. • The device must not be operated close to flammable liquids or materials, or in a potentially explosive environment. Keep at a distance of at least 30 cm from walls. NOTE: when in operation for the first time, some smoke and odour may be generated by the device. This is related to materials used on the heating elements during assem- bly, and is not a defect with the product. En- sure adequate ventilation. • Remove all packing material. • Check to ensure that all parts are pre- sent and undamaged. • Clean the device prior to its first use! (see “Cleaning” on page 8) 1. Open the lid4 of the contact grill up- wards. Be careful not to raise the lid any further after it is vertical. 2. Before plugging in the device, check that both thermostat controls9 +14 are set to the marking "•". 3. Insert the mains plug6 into a wall sock- et corresponding to the specifications of the rating plate. 4. Rotate the thermostat controls9 +14 to temperature setting 5. The device then heats up the grill plates12, and the con- trol lights1 and11 are illuminated. 5. Switch the device off after approx. 15 minutes by turning both thermostat controls9 +14 to the marking "•". 6. Clean the appliance again. (see “Cleaning” on page 8) 6. Operation DANGER! Risk of injury through burning! The metal surfaces become very hot during operation. Only touch the handles and control elements of the device during operation. 6.1 Heating up 1. Open the lid4 of the contact grill up- wards. Be careful not to raise the lid any further after it is vertical. 2. Grease the grill plates12 with vegeta- ble oil or butter if appropriate. 3. Place a heat-resistant spill tray (not in- cluded in scope of delivery) under the oil/fat runoff of the lower grill plate8. 4. Close the lid4 downwards in order to close the contact grill. 5. Before plugging in the device, check that both thermostat controls9 +14 are set to the marking "•". 6. Insert the mains plug6 into a wall sock- et corresponding to the specifications of the rating plate. 7. Turn the thermostat controls9 +14 to the desired temperature setting 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5. - Setting 1: thaw - Setting 2: warm - Settings 3 and 4: moderate grill set- tings - Setting 5: highest grill setting The device then heats up the grill plates12, and the control lights1 and11 are illuminated. 8. Depending on setting, the control lights1 and11 switch off when the device has reached the temperature setting selected. __RP90859_B3.book Seite 6 Montag, 26. August 2013 1:38 13
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7 GB 6.2 Preparation NOTE: we recommend preparing a maxi- mum of 2 hamburgers/sandwiches at the same time. The preparation table on the lid of the de- vice informs you about the settings for the thermostat controls and approximate prepa- ration times. The guideline values relate to quantities of 100 g in each case. The prep- aration time depends, however, on the type of meat, the thickness of the pieces of meat, and how cooked you want them. Symbols on the preparation table 6.3 Grill plate setting Depending on what you wish to prepare, there are 3 different ways to set up the grill plates. Contact grill (Figure A) NOTE: please note that opening the lid4 may cause any oil or fat present to drip from the lid onto the work surface. This contact setting of the grill plate allows double-sided, rapid grilling of pieces of meat, e.g. filet steak, rump steak, cutlets, sau- sages, or of vegetables. 1. Preheat the grill plates12. 2. Open the lid4 of the contact grill up- wards. Be careful not to raise the lid any further after it is vertical. 3. Place the food to be grilled on the lower grill plate12. 4. Close the lid4 and press it down gently onto the food to be grilled, so that both grill plates12 are in contact with the food. Barbecue (Figure B) The open position of the grill plates is suita- ble ... … for slow grilling of comparatively thick food, … for preparing food with different tem- perature settings simultaneously, and … for preparing comparatively large quantities of food. 1. Preheat the grill plates12. 2. Fold out the base3. 3. Open the lid4 upwards, lift it up, and open it further until it is horizontal. 4. Place a further spill tray under the oil/fat runoff13 of the grill plate12 in the lid. 5. Place the food to be grilled on both grill plates12. Grilling / cooking time Temperature setting 1 - 5 Thaw Warm Vegetables Prawns Fish Hamburger, sandwich Meat (e.g. steaks, spare ribs) Sausages Poultry (e.g. chicken, turkey) __RP90859_B3.book Seite 7 Montag, 26. August 2013 1:38 13
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8 GB Grill oven (Figure C) The oven function is particularly suitable for the gratinating of food. 1. Preheat the grill plates12. 2. Open the lid4 of the contact grill up- wards. Be careful not to raise the lid any further after it is vertical. 3. Place the food to be grilled on the lower grill plate. 4. Lift the lid4 up and pull it forwards and down, until it is parallel to the lower grill plate12. 6.4 Switching off 1. Set both thermostat controls9 +14 to the setting "•". 2. Pull out the mains plug6. 3. Lift the grilled food off the grill plate12 using a suitable kitchen utensil. Use e.g. a spatula made from wood or heat-re- sistant plastic, but never from metal. 7. Cleaning Clean the device prior to its first use! DANGER! Risk of electric shock! • Pull the mains plug6 out of the wall socket before you clean the contact grill. • The device, the power cable and the mains plug6 must not be immersed in water or any other liquids. DANGER! Risk of injury through burning! Allow all the parts to cool down be- fore cleaning. WARNING! Risk of material damage! Do not use any astringent or abrasive clean- ing agents. Clean the device after each use and remove all food residues. Outer surfaces • Clean the outer surfaces using a soft, damp cloth with a mild soap solution. Grill plates For purposes of cleaning, remove the grill plates12 from the device after it has cooled down. 1. Press the grip clamps5 to the side and remove the grill plates12 from their brackets. 2. Clean the grill plates12 using mild de- tergent and dry them. 3. Place the grill plates into the device and press them against the grip clamps5 until the grill plates click into position. NOTE: burnt-on food or fat residue is often easier to remove if you leave a damp wash- cloth on the baked-on residue overnight to soften it. 8. Storage DANGER for children! Keep the contact grill out of the reach of children. • Clean all parts, and allow them to dry properly before you put the contact grill away. • Figure D: wind the power cable6 around the cable spool7 when the de- vice is upright. • Select a location where neither high temperatures nor moisture can affect the device. __RP90859_B3.book Seite 8 Montag, 26. August 2013 1:38 13
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9 GB 9. Disposal The symbol showing a wheelie bin crossed through indicates that the product re- quires separate refuse collec- tion in the European Union. This applies to the product and all accessories marked with this symbol. Products identified with this symbol may not be discarded with normal household waste, but must be taken to a col- lection point for recycling electric and elec- tronic appliances. Recycling helps to reduce the consumption of raw materials and pro- tect the environment. Packaging When disposing of the packaging, make sure you comply with the environmental reg- ulations applicable in your country. 10. Trouble-shooting If your device fails to function as required, please try this checklist first. Perhaps there is only a minor problem, and you can solve it yourself. DANGER! Risk of electric shock! Do not attempt to repair the device yourself under any circum- stances. 11. Technical specifications Subject to technical modification. 12. Recipes Sirloin beef steaks • 2 sirloin beef steaks • Salt • Pepper, freshly ground • 1 sprig of rosemary (leaves plucked off) • Olive oil 1. Remove the steaks from the refrigerator around 1 hour before cooking them, so that they reach room temperature. 2. Preheat the contact grill to setting 5. 3. Rub both sides of the steaks with a little olive oil, then season them with salt and pepper, and sprinkle with rosemary. 4. Place the steaks into the preheated con- tact grill. - Grill plate setting: contact grill - Grilling time: approx. 4 - 7 minutes NOTE: the grilling time varies depending on the thickness and size of the steaks, and on how you want them cooked (rare, medi- um, well done). 5. Remove the steaks from the contact grill, cover them, and let them rest for a little while. Fault Possible causes/ Action No function • Has the device been connected to the pow- er supply? • Check the connection. • Are the thermostat controls9 and14 set to the marking "•"? Model: SKG 1700 A1 Mains voltage: 230 V ~ 50 Hz Protection class: I Power rating: Max. 1700 W __RP90859_B3.book Seite 9 Montag, 26. August 2013 1:38 13
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10 GB Burger with cheese and bacon • 250 g minced beef • Salt • Pepper, freshly ground • 2 hamburger buns • 2 slices of cheese (e.g. Chester) • 4 slices of bacon • 2 leaves of lettuce • 4 slices of tomato • a few slices of gherkin • Ketchup • Barbecue sauce 1. Season the minced beef, knead it thor- oughly, and shape it into two flat, round hamburgers. 2. Preheat the contact grill to setting 4. 3. Grill the bacon until crispy in the pre- heated contact grill. - Grill plate setting: grill oven 4. Remove the slices of bacon from the contact grill and put them aside. 5. Place the hamburgers into the lightly oiled contact grill. - Grill plate setting: contact grill - Grilling time: approx. 5 - 8 minutes, depending on the thickness and size of the hamburgers. 6. Remove the hamburgers from the con- tact grill and put them aside. 7. Turn the temperature of the lower grill plate down to setting 3. 8. Cut the hamburger buns open and place them on the contact grill, placing the hamburgers and one slice of cheese on each of the bottom halves. - Grill plate setting: grill oven - Grilling time: approx. 2 - 3 minutes, until the cheese melts. 9. Add the bacon, ketchup, barbecue sauce, gherkin and tomato slices to the burgers to taste, and place the upper halves of the buns on top. Fast panini with pesto • 1 ciabatta • Green pesto • 2 - 4 tomatoes (in thin slices) • 2 balls of mozzarella (in thin slices) • To taste: salt 1. Cut ciabatta into slices and spread thin- ly with pesto. 2. Place slices of mozzarella and tomato on the ciabatta. 3. Season to taste with a little salt. 4. Preheat the contact grill to setting 5. 5. Grill the paninis in the lightly greased contact grill until the mozzarella melts. - Grill plate setting: grill oven NOTE: vary this basic recipe, e.g. with ham and rocket, or with tuna fish and onions. Pita bread sandwich with cheese and ham • 1 pita bread • 4 tsp mayonnaise • 3 tsp mustard (medium hot) • 1 tsp honey • Salt, cayenne pepper • Approx. 8 slices of cheese • Approx. 8 slices of cooked ham, salami and/or Parma ham • Approx. 8 slices of tomato (hard) 1. Mix together the mayonnaise, mustard and honey, and season to taste with salt and cayenne pepper. 2. Cut the pita bread into quarters, and sep- arate these into top and bottom halves. 3. Spread the mustard-mayonnaise on the inside surfaces of the pita bread. 4. Place the cheese and the ham/salami on the lower halves, and place the up- per halves on top. 5. Preheat the contact grill to setting 5. 6. Grill the sandwiches in the lightly greased contact grill until the cheese melts. - Grill plate setting: contact grill __RP90859_B3.book Seite 10 Montag, 26. August 2013 1:38 13
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11 GB 7. Do not place the tomato slices inside the pita bread until after grilling it. Aubergine rolls • 1 small onion • 1 clove of garlic • A little olive oil • 2 tins of tomatoes (in pieces) • 2 tsp tomato paste • Salt, pepper, dried Italian herbs • 2 small aubergines • 1 ball of mozzarella • 50 g of Parmesan (freshly grated) Tomato sauce 1. Finely dice the onions and garlic, and fry them lightly in olive oil. 2. Add the tinned tomatoes and the tomato paste, and season with salt, pepper and the Italian herbs. 3. Allow everything to simmer lightly for around 1 hour, initially in a closed saucepan, then later with the pot open. Aubergine rolls 4. In the meantime, cut the aubergines into thin slices lengthwise, and cut the moz- zarella into strips. 5. Preheat the contact grill to setting 3. 6. Grill the aubergine slices in the lightly greased contact grill. - Grill plate setting: contact grill - Grilling time: approx. 3 - 4 minutes 7. After cooling, roll each of the mozzarel- la strips into a slice of aubergine to make rolls. Gratinating 8. Heat the oven to 175°C. 9. Pour the tomato sauce into an oven- proof dish. 10.Place the aubergine rolls on the sauce, and sprinkle with the grated Parmesan. 11.Bake everything for approx. 30 minutes in the oven, until the cheese has melted. Prawn skewers with lemon- garlic marinade • King prawn tails (deep-frozen, approx. 450 g drained weight) • Salt, pepper • Olive oil • 1 untreated organic lemon • 4 cloves of garlic • 2 sprigs of lemon thyme • Wooden skewers Marinating 1. Allow the prawn tails to thaw, rinse them with cold water, and drain, then season with salt and pepper. 2. Prepare a marinade from olive oil, fine- ly chopped lemon, finely chopped gar- lic, and the lemon thyme, in a container that closes well. 3. Place the prawn tails into the marinade, and allow to marinate in the refrigerator for approx. 12 hours. Grilling 4. Remove the prawn tails from the mari- nade, allow them to drip dry a little, and then place them on the wooden skewers. Season a little more to taste. 5. Preheat the contact grill to setting 4. 6. Place the skewers on the open contact grill and have them grilled from all sides. - Grill plate setting: barbecue - Grilling time: approx. 5 - 8 minutes __RP90859_B3.book Seite 11 Montag, 26. August 2013 1:38 13
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12 GB Gilthead seabream in aluminium foil • Salt, pepper • 2 sprigs of thyme • 1 clove of garlic • Olive oil • 1 gilthead seabream • 1 slice of lemon • 1 small onion (in thin slices) • 2 tomatoes (in slices) • Tear-resistant aluminium foil 1. Mix the salt, pepper, thyme leaves and finely chopped garlic with a little oil. 2. Wash the inside and outside of the sea- bream, dab it dry, and make two diago- nal incisions along each side. 3. Thoroughly rub the inside and outside of the seabream with the mixture of sea- sonings. 4. Insert the slice of lemon into the abdom- inal cavity. 5. Brush the aluminium foil with olive oil, distribute the slices of tomato and onion over it, and place the seabream on top. 6. Wrap the aluminium foil tightly around the seabream. 7. Preheat the contact grill to setting 4. 8. Carefully place the aluminium foil wrap onto the lower grill plate. - Grill plate setting: contact grill - Grilling time: approx. 14 - 20 minutes 13. Warranty of the HOYER Handel GmbH Dear Customer, your device is provided with a 3 year war- ranty starting with the purchase date. In the event of product defects, you are entitled to statutory rights against the vendor. These statutory rights are not restricted by our war- ranty presented in the following. Warranty conditions The warranty period starts with the purchase date. Please keep the original purchase re- ceipt in a safe place. This document is re- quired to verify the purchase. If within three years from the purchase date of this product a material or factory defect occurs, the product will be repaired or re- placed by us – at our discretion – free of charge to you. This warranty implies that within the period of three years the defective device and the purchase receipt are present- ed, including a brief written description of the defect and the time it occurred. If the defect is covered by our warranty, the repaired or a new product will be returned to you. No new warranty period starts with a repair or replacement of the product. Warranty period and statutory claims for defects The warranty period is not extended when the warranty has been claimed. This also ap- plies to replaced and repaired parts. Any damages and defects already existing at the time of purchase must be reported immedi- ately upon unpacking. Repairs arising after the expiration of the warranty period are subject to a charge. Warranty coverage The device was produced carefully according to strict quality guidelines and tested diligent- ly prior to delivery. The warranty applies to material or factory defects. This warranty does not include prod- __RP90859_B3.book Seite 12 Montag, 26. August 2013 1:38 13
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13 GB uct parts that are subject to standard wear and therefore can be considered wear parts; the same applies to damages at fragile parts, e.g. switches, rechargeable batteries or parts made of glass. This warranty expires if the product is dam- aged, not used as intended or not serviced. For the proper operation of the product, all in- structions listed in the operating instructions must be observed carefully. Any form of use and handling that is advised against in the operating instructions or warned against must always be avoided. The product is only intended for private and not for commercial use. In the case of incor- rect and improper treatment, use of force and interventions not performed by our author- ised Service Centre, the warranty shall cease. Handling in case of a warranty claim In order to ensure prompt processing of your matter, please observe the following notes: • Please keep the article number IAN: 90859 and the purchase receipt as a purchase verification for all inquiries. • If faulty operation or other defects occur, first contact the Service Centre listed in the following by telephone or email. • Then, you are able to send a product re- ported as defective free of charge to the service address specified to you, includ- ing the purchase receipt and the infor- mation on the defect and when it occurred. Please visit www.lidl-service.com to download this and many other manuals, product videos and soft- ware. Service Centre Service Great Britain Tel.: 0871 5000 720 (£ 0.10/Min.) E-Mail: hoyer@lidl.co.uk Service Ireland Tel.: 1890 930 034 (0,08 EUR/Min., (peak)) (0,06 EUR/Min., (off peak)) E-Mail: hoyer@lidl.ie IAN: 90859 Supplier Please note that the following address is no service address. First contact the afore- mentioned Service Centre. HOYER Handel GmbH Kühnehöfe 5 22761 Hamburg Germany GB IE __RP90859_B3.book Seite 13 Montag, 26. August 2013 1:38 13
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HOYER HANDEL GMBH Kühnehöfe 5 D-22761 Hamburg Status of information · Tiedot päivitetty · Informationsstatus · Informationernes stand · Version des informations · Stand van de informatie · Stand der Informationen: 08/2013 · Ident.-Nr.: SKG 1700 A1 IAN 90859 3 RP90859_Kontaktgrill_Cover_LB3.indd 1 01.08.13 10:27

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