User manual and frequently asked questions INFUSA TEA MAKER BJ800
The perfect infusion at the right temperature
The Tastea Tea maker puts you in full control of the infusion process, with expert precision and temperature control for all your favorite teas. Thanks to 8 temperature settings (40°c, 60°c, 70°c, 80°c, 85°c, 90°c, 95°c,100°c) with 10 times of infusion from 1min to 10min and the possibility to keep warm your tea up to 8hours. This tea maker produces tea brewed to perfection, with enhanced functions for an exceptional tea-making experience.
• Disconnect it. • Let it cool down. • Rinse the inside of the glass pot with a wet sponge and wipe the plastic parts with a wet cloth. • Put the brewing basket and lid under hot water using your usual washing up liquid. • Always check that the electrical connections remain dry. DO NOT USE scouring pads or any other abrasive liquid, especially on the bottom heating assembly, as this could damage your teapot.
Descale your teapot regularly, preferably every 20 to 40 uses, and more often if your water contains a lot of limestone. To descale your teapot: • Use commercially available 8° white vinegar: - Fill the teapot with 1/2 litre of vinegar, - Let this stand for 1 hour cold. • Citric acid: - Heat up 1/2 litre of water, - Add 25g of citric acid and allow to stand for 15 min. Empty your teapot and rinse it 5 or 6 times. Repeat if necessary. Never use other methods of descaling other than the recommended methods.
After following the instructions in the user manual for starting the appliance, make sure that your electrical socket is working by plugging another appliance. If it still does not work, do not try to dismantle or repair the appliance yourself, instead, take it to an approved repair centre
This is completely normal operation. Your appliance needs to regulate the temperature to heat the water to the required temperature. To do this, it stops from time to time to measure the temperature through the sensor located in the device. This is why it stops from time to time during the heating cycle.