MiniGeza Instant Hot Water Instructions
DO NOT USE THE MINIGEZA IF THERE ARE ANY DAMAGES.
The example to the right is based on the use of a electrical lead extension. You can also plug the MiniGeza directly into the wall socket
Fill your heat-proof container with cold water. It is important to use a container that is resistant to heat, as the water will reach boiling temperature.
Remove your MiniGeza from the box and inspect for any damages to the cord, plug or unit. If all is fine, fully submerge the head of the unit into the container. You can submerge the electrical cord, but do not submerge the electrical plug or get any water onto the electrical plug.
Plug the MiniGeza electrical plug into the electrical wall socket (230 V - 50 Hz) or into the electrical
lead taking care not get get any water on the plug. Please ensure that the unit is earthed at all times.
Switch the electrical socket on. Heat the water to desirable temperature.
Once water is sufficiantly heated, switch the power off on the electrical socket.
Disconnect the unit and remove from water. Let the water run out.
The element will remain hot for a few minutes. Do not touch the unit or place the unit on a combustible surface.
Once unit has cooled down, wipe-off with a clean dry cloth and store out of reach from children.
The MiniGeza is not intended to be used 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.
Observe safety precautions at all times.
The MiniGeza has a safety cut-out switch. If it is operated without water it will automatically switch off. Should this happen, allow the unit to cool for 15 minutes before using again.