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Taylor Pool Heat Pump

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Category: Swimming Pools

TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction...............................................................................................p.3 A Cost-Efficient Heater How Does It Work? Low Maintenance Selecting the location.................................................................................................p.4 Supply and Accessibility Other Recommendations for Spas Water Inlet and Outlet Connections..............................................................p.5 Basic Connection Chlorinators, Bro

Taylor AG-1360-BL

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Category: Convection Ovens

Check for doneness. If not done grilling to your desired result, continue cooking. Periodically check the progress of cooking until it is done to your satisfaction. ?When the food is completely cooked, turn the grill off by disconnecting the plug from the socket. ?Allow the appliance to cool before moving, removing the drip tray and before cleaning. RECOMMENDED GRILLING TIMES The following times are guidelines. Times will vary according to the ingredient thickness and personal taste. ? For more

Taylor AG-1350-BL

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Category: Convection Ovens

Please READ this instruction manual carefully before use. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS Important Safeguards........................................................................................................ 3 Special Instructions........................................................................................................... 4 Introduction..................................................................................................................... 4 Descriptive

Taylor AC-1250-BL

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Category: Food Processors

Chopper blades are extremely sharp; never touch the cutting edge of blades. Use the plastic spindle to position the blades in the bowl. Do not use wet or slippery hands when handling the blade assembly. 5. Clean and wash the food to be used. 6. Add food ingredients to the chopping bowl, distributing them evenly with a spatula (not included). When chopping larger foods, pre-cut them into pieces of an even size, approximately . inch to . inch pieces (see CHOPPING GUIDE). 7. Place the bowl cover on

Taylor AB-1002-BL

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Category: Food Processors

• Plug the appliance into the power outlet. • Start the chopper by pushing the pulse button continuously until the food is sufficiently chopped. • Unplug the unit and reverse the above procedure to disassemble. 7 HOW TO USE THE BLENDER . Place the unit on a flat, sturdy surface. This appliance is not for use in convection, or conventional ovens, microwaves, or on a stovetop. . Make sure the appliance is switched off and unplugged. . Wash and dry all components thoroughly as stated above. . Assem

Taylor 805

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Category: Convection Ovens

va» 1 V>-v ^ 801 Instant Read Thermometer • Temp range from 0°F to220°F • Glow in the dark dial makes it easy to read at night • Safe-T-Guard™ antimicrobial calibration wrench doubles as protective case • Stainless steel 5” stem and 1 3/4” dial • Shatterproof plastic lens m 802 Meat Thermometer • Temp range from 120°F to 210°F • Glow in the dark dial makes it easy to read at night • Stainless steel 4” stem and 2 7/8” dial • Preparation scale for various meats with adjustable temper

Taylor 5822

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Category: Time Clocks

itch from minute/second to hour/minute timing • Times up to 19 hours 59 minutes or 99 minutes 59 seconds • Counts up or counts down • Water resistant • Clip/magnet/stand positioning • AAA battery included 5809 Dual Event Timer with Clock • 1.0” LCD displays two events at once • Bottom line can also display clock • Hour/minute/second timing up to 23 hours, 59 minutes, 59 seconds • Counts up or counts down • Water resistant • Clip/magnet/stand positioning • AAA battery included 5816 Professional C

Taylor 5820

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Category: Time Clocks

al Event Digital Timer/Clock • 1.5" LCD readout • Hour/minute timing • Time two events simultaneously • Clock and date features • Clip/magnet/stand positioning • AAA battery included 5829 10 Key Digital Timer • 0.75" LCD readout • Minute/second timing • 10 buttons with convenient one-handed, direct number input design • Clock feature • Clip/magnet/stand positioning • AAA battery included 5830 Long Ring Timer • Times up to 60 minutes • Heavy duty stainless steel construction • Soft touch rubber t

Taylor 5816

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Category: Time Clocks

display when alarm stops • Includes 2 foot lanyard • Button cell battery included 5820 10-Key Digital Timer • 1.2” LCD readout shows minutes and seconds • Ultra slim profile with convenient one-handed, direct number input design • Minute/second timing up to 99 minutes, 59 seconds • Magnet or stand positioning • Two button cell batteries included 5822 Memory Digital Timer • 0.8” LCD readout • Minute/second timing up to 99 minutes, 59 seconds • Memory recalls last event timed • Counts up or count

Taylor 5809

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Category: Time Clocks

ure remembers last display when alarm stops • Includes 2 foot lanyard • Button cell battery included 5820 10-Key Digital Timer • 1.2” LCD readout shows minutes and seconds • Ultra slim profile with convenient one-handed, direct number input design • Minute/second timing up to 99 minutes, 59 seconds • Magnet or stand positioning • Two button cell batteries included 5822 Memory Digital Timer • 0.8” LCD readout • Minute/second timing up to 99 minutes, 59 seconds • Memory recalls last event timed •





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