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Maverick Ventures EC-200 Egg Cooker User Manual

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Egg Cooker
Model EC-200
TO COOK (Soft/Medium/Hard)
1. Place the Base on a dry, level surface.
2. Fill the measuring cup to the line of desired doneness SOFT, MEDIUM or
HARD and the amount of eggs being cooked 1-7.
3. Place the Cooking Rack on a flat counter surface.
4. Pierce the large end of each egg with the Piercing Pin at the bottom of the
cup. This will prevent the egg shell from cracking while the eggs are
cooking. CAUTION: The Piercing Pin is very sharp; use extreme care.
5. Place eggs pierced end up in the Cooking Rack. Place Cooking Rack on
Base and cover with lid.
6. Plug the unit into a 120 volt electrical outlet. Turn the switch on “1”. The
Indicator Light will glow, indicating the eggs are cooking.
7. Once all the water has evaporated the unit will “buzz” signaling that the
eggs are ready.
8. Turn switch off “0”. Carefully unplug the unit.
9. With eggs still on the Cooking Rack, carefully remove the Cooking Rack
and rinse briefly under cold water. CAUTION: After cooking cycle is
complete, Egg Cooker and eggs will be very hot. Use caution when handling.
10. Serve eggs immediately.
TO POACH
1. Place the Base on a dry, level surface.
2. Fill the measuring cup to the line of POACH and the amount of eggs being
cooked 1-4.
3. Lightly butter or oil the poaching sections to be used.
4. Place Cooking Rack on the base, place Poaching Tray on Cooking Rack
making sure the bottom of the poaching tray is centered on the Cooking
Rack. There are 4 locating tabs on the Cooking Rack that will engage the
bottom of the poaching tray.
5. Break one egg into each section of the Poaching Tray. Then cover with Lid.
6. Plug the unit into a 120 volt electrical outlet. Turn the switch on “1”. The
Indicator Light will glow, indicating the eggs are cooking.
7. Once all the water has evaporated the unit will “buzz” signaling that the
eggs are ready.
8. Turn switch off “0”. Carefully unplug the unit.
9. When removing Poaching Tray, securely grasp Poaching Tray knob and
carefully lift it off the Cooking Rack. CAUTION: After cooking cycle is
complete, Egg Cooker and eggs will be very hot. Use caution when handling.
10. To avoid overcooking, serve eggs immediately.
Do not send any parts or product to Maverick without calling and obtaining a
Return Authorization Number and instructions.
This warranty is VOID if instructions for use are not followed; for accidental
damage; for commercial use; for damage incurred while in transit; or if the egg
cooker has been tampered with.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
REPAIRS & SERVICING
CAUTION: There are no consumer serviceable
parts inside the egg cooker. Do not attempt any
repairs or servicing on your own. If repairs or
servicing are required, contact Maverick
Industries for instructions on how to pack and
ship the egg cooker to Maverick’s service center
located as follows:
Maverick Customer Service
94 Mayfield Ave.
Edison NJ 08837
Telephone (732) 417-9666
Hours: weekdays 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
www.maverickhousewares.com
90 DAY WARRANTY
Maverick Industries Inc. warrants the egg cooker
to be free of defects in parts, materials and
workmanship for a period of 90 days, from date
of purchase.
Should any repairs or servicing under this
warranty be required, contact Maverick Customer
Service by mail or phone for instructions on how
to pack and ship the egg cooker to Maverick’s
National Service Center located as follows:
Maverick Customer Service
94 Mayfield Ave.
Edison NJ 08837
Telephone (732) 417-9666
Hours: weekdays 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
www.maverickhousewares.com
1. Lid
2. Cool Touch Handle
3. Poaching Tray
4. Cooking Rack
5. Heater Plate
6. Base
7. Measuring Cup
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KNOW YOUR
EGG COOKER
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