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Fruit and vegetable facts

Fruit/

vegetable

Vitamins/minerals

Kilojoule/

calorie count

Juicing 

speed

Maximum 

quantity

Apples

Vitamin C

200g=150kJ 

(72 cals)

high

3.5kg or 

2.5l juice

Apricots

High in dietary fibre, 

contains potassium

30g=85kJ 

(20 cals)

low

2.5kg or 

1.5l juice

Beetroot

Good source of 

folate, dietary fibre, 

vitamin C and 

potassium

160g=190kJ 

(45 cals)

high

1.5-2kg 

or 0.6l-1l 

juice

Blueberries

Vitamin C

125g=295kJ 

(70 cals)

low

4kg or 2l 

juice

Brussels 

sprouts

Vitamin C, B, B6, E, 

folate and dietary 

fibre

100g=110kJ 

(26 cals)

low

3.5kg or 

2l juice

Cabbage

Vitamin C, folate, 

potassium, B6 and 

dietary fibre

100g=110kJ 

(26 cals)

high

2.5kg or 

1.2l juice

Carrots

Vitamin A, C, B6 and 

dietary fibre

120g=125kJ 

(30 cals)

high

1.5-2kg 

or 0.6l-1l 

juice

Celery

Vitamin C and 

potassium

80g=55kJ (7 

cals)

high

1.5kg or 

0.7l juice

Cucumber

Vitamin C

280g=120kJ 

(29 cals)

low

4.5kg or 

3l juice

Fennel

Vitamin C and dietary 

fibre

300g=145kJ 

(35 cals)

low

3.5kg or 

2.5l juice

Grapes

Vitamin C, B6 and 

potassium

125g=355kJ 

(85 cals)

low

4kg or 

2.5l juice

Kiwi fruit

Vitamin C and 

potassium

100g=100kJ 

(40 cals)

low

4kg or 

2.5l juice

Melons

Vitamin C, folate, 

dietary fibre and 

vitamin A

200=210kJ 

(50 cals)

low

5kg or 3l 

juice at 

minimum

Nectarines

Vitamin C, B3, 

potassium and dietary 

fibre

180g=355kJ 

(85 cals)

high

3.5kg 

or 2l

Peaches

Vitamin C, B3, 

potassium and dietary 

fibre

150g=205kJ 

(49 cals)

high

3.5kg 

or 2l

Pears

Dietary fibre

150g=250kJ 

(60 cals)

high

3.5kg or 

2.5l juice

Pineapples

Vitamin C

150g=245kJ 

(59 cals)

high

3kg or 2l 

juice

Raspberries

Vitamin C, iron, 

potassium and 

magnesium

125g=130kJ 

(31 cals)

low

4kg or 

2.5l juice

Tomatoes

Vitamin C, dietary 

fibre, vitamin E, folate 

and vitamin A

100g=90kJ 

(22 cals)

low

4kg or 

2.5l juice

Depending on the ingredients used, you can prepare up to 2.5 liters of juice 

without emptying the integrated pulp container. The maximum amount of 

fruits and vegetables that can be juiced in one go is indicated in the table 

above. When you juice hard ingredients such as carrots or beetroots, the 

maximum amount of juice that can be extracted is up to 700ml (check the 

level indication on the juice jug).
Note: When the integrated pulp container has reached its maximum 

capacity, pulp ends up in the juice collector, lid and the juice.
If the integrated pulp container becomes overfilled, the 

appliance becomes blocked. When this occurs, switch off the appliance 

and remove the pulp from the integrated pulp container.

Note: The pulp window helps you to see when the integrated pulp container is 

full and needs to be emptied. Because the pulp window may become blocked 

before the maximum capacity of the container is reached, also check the level 

indication on the juice jug. The pulp window is more likely to become blocked 

when you juice hard ingredients, such as carrots or beetroots. 

 7 

 To empty the integrated pulp container, remove the lid, the filter and 

the juice collector.

 8 

 For maximum flavour and freshness, serve the juice immediately after 

preparation.

Note: If you want to store the juice in the refrigerator, make sure the lid is on 

the juice jug.

Citrus press (hR1874 only)

Preparing the citrus press for use

 1 

 Assemble the gear box onto the motor unit (Fig. 14).

 2 

 Assemble the sieve holder onto the motor unit (Fig. 15).

 3 

 Assemble the sieve onto the sieve holder (Fig. 16).

 4 

 Assemble the cone onto the gear box (Fig. 17).

 5 

 Lift the locking arm to locked position (‘click’).  (Fig. 18)

 6 

 Place the juice jug under the spout (Fig. 19).

Note: If you want to extract juice straight into a glass, use the spout accessory.

Using the citrus press (hR1874 only)

 1 

 Wash the fruits and cut them into 2 halves.

 2 

 Make sure the juice jug is placed directly under the spout (Fig. 20).

Note: To prevent damage and injuries, keep the running appliance away from 

long hair, clothes, cords, etc.

 3 

 Turn the control knob to setting 1 (low speed) (Fig. 21).

Note: Only use speed 1 for the citrus press.

 4 

 Press a halved fruit firmly onto the cone (Fig. 22).

Tip: The appliance is easier to clean if you do so immediately after use (see 

chapter ‘Cleaning and storage’).

Tips
Preparation

 - To extract the maximum amount of juice, always press the pusher down 

slowly.

 - Use fresh fruit and vegetables, as they contain more juice. Pineapples, 

beetroots, celery stalks, apples, cucumbers, carrots, spinach, melons, 

tomatoes, oranges and grapes are particularly suitable for processing in 

the juicer. 

 - The juicer is not suitable for processing very hard and/or fibrous or 

starchy fruits or vegetables such as sugar cane. 

 - Leaves and leaf stalks of e.g. lettuce can also be processed in the juicer.

 - Remove stones from cherries, plums, peaches, etc. You do not have to 

remove cores or seeds from fruits like melons, apples and grapes.

 - When you use the juicer, you do not have to remove thin peels or skins. 

Only remove thick peels that you would not eat, e.g. those of oranges, 

pineapples, kiwis, melons and uncooked beetroots. 

 - When you prepare apple juice, take into consideration that the 

thickness of the apple juice depends on the kind of apple you use. The 

juicier the apple, the thinner the juice. Choose a kind of apple that 

produces the type of juice you prefer.

 - If you want to process citrus fruits with the juicer, remove the peel as 

well as the white pith. The white pith gives juice a bitter taste.

 - Fruits that contain starch, such as bananas, papayas, avocados, figs 

and mangoes are not suitable for processing in the juicer. Use a food 

processor, blender or hand blender to process these fruits.
serving

 - Drink the juice immediately after you have extracted it. If it is exposed 

to air for some time, the juice loses its taste and nutritional value.

 - If you want clear juice without a foam layer, put the lid with integrated 

foam separator on the jug. If you want cloudy juice with a foam layer, 

remove the lid with integrated foam separator from the jug. 

 - Apple juice turns brown very quickly. To slow down this process, add a 

few drops of lemon juice. 

 - When you serve cold drinks, add a few ice cubes.

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Оглавление инструкции
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    Register your product and get support at 1 www.philips.com/welcome HR1874, HR1873 1 0 2 2 3 6 4 5 7 1 0 8 9 12 13 17 2 1 0 10 11 1 1 0 2 0 2 2 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 1 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 2 2 23 24 26 1 0 2 2 22 4203.064.5878.1 0 27 28 25
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    English Introduction Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips! To fully benefit from the support that Philips offers, register your product at www.philips.com/welcome. This appliance has been designed to maximise the juice output while minimising the cleaning effort. It has
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    7 To empty the integrated pulp container, remove the lid, the filter and the juice collector. 8 For maximum flavour and freshness, serve the juice immediately after preparation. Note: If you want to store the juice in the refrigerator, make sure the lid is on the juice jug. Citrus press (HR1874
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    Recipes Orange carrot juice Ingredients: -- 1kg carrots -- 4 oranges -- 1 tbsp olive oil -- 1 large fresh mint sprig (optional garnish) 1 Peel the oranges. 2 Process the carrots and oranges in the juicer. Note:This appliance can process 7.5kg of carrots in 60 seconds (not including the time
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    Problem Solution Check if the filter is damaged. Cracks, crazes, a loose grating disc or any other irregularity may cause malfunction. If you detect any cracks or damage in the filter, do not continue to use the appliance and contact the Philips Consumer Care Centre in your country for replacement
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    Перед первым использованием Перед первым использованием прибора тщательно вымойте все детали, которые будут контактировать с пищевыми продуктами (см. главу “Очистка и хранение”). Использование прибора Соковыжималка Подготовка соковыжималки к работе 1 Убедитесь в чистоте всех съемных деталей прибора
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    Факты о фруктах и овощах Фрукты/ овощи Витамины/минералы Энергетическая ценность в кДж/ калориях Скорость обработки в соковыжималке Максимальное количество Примечание Окошко контейнера для мякоти помогает следить за уровнем заполнения контейнера. Поскольку окошко может забиться жмыхом прежде, чем
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    Соковыжималка для цитрусовых (только для модели HR1874) 1 Выключите прибор, выньте сетевую вилку из розетки электросети и дождитесь, пока конус не перестанет вращаться. 2 Опустите фиксатор в положение отключения блокировки (Рис. 26). 3 Для удобства все съемные детали (за исключением блока
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