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Sunbeam Cafe Series 17cm Food Slicer ES9600

Sunbeam Cafe Series 17cm Food Slicer ES9600 Questions & Answers

MPN: 35903103
3.0 from 12 reviews

5 questions from our users

How do remove the plastic cog that the blade works against? I have removed the grey casing but cannot get the old one off.
4 answers
Hi Vanessa, if it is the part I think it is I use a coin. I hope that helps.No it’s further on, once you remove the blade, you remove the grey casing which in turn exposes the plastic wheel/cog that the slicing blade connects with!Hi Vanessa, Thank you for contacting Sunbeam. So sorry , removing the blade is the farthest to go with this unit. Kind Regards, Sunbeam

(thick and thin with a 0-23 mm variable slicing dial) is it possible to cut 0.07mm for shabu shabu asian meat. paper thin?
1 answer
Hi yuka, Thank you for your query. The ES9600 cannot be adjusted to that low.

Can you cut warm loin of pork without the crackle? What is the maximum height and width of the product to be sliced?
1 answer
I would assume so. Let the meat sit to absorb the juices and slice. As it is rolled you may want to add more string so it doesn't unroll. Remove the string after you have sliced.

Will it cut almond bread? Can you buy a new blade?
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Will it cut almond bread - probably but I have never tried. Can you buy new blades - not easily. I ended up throwing mine away and bought a proper slicer.While the slicer is still new it will cut any bread. As soon as the cog wheels are worn out, it will only ccut soft butter. Yes, you can buy a new cogwheel and also a new blade. But it is not worth doing because you will have the same problem soon after repair.Not having eaten Almond bread can't answer that for you but have had no problems cutting from soft to hared breads, i have had no problems at all with any part of the unit and i use it on a regular basis no problem at all with the cog wheel

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