ATTENTION If any components of this unit are broken or the unit does not operate properly, please contact Cabela’s Customer Service.

Retail Store Purchases: 1-800-905-2731 (U.S. & Canada)

Catalog and Internet Purchases: 1-800-237-8888 All International: 1-308-234-5555

DO NOT RETURN THE UNIT TO THE STORE WHERE IT WAS PURCHASED!

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!

REFER TO THEM OFTEN AND USE THEM TO INSTRUCT OTHERS.

| WARNING!

NEVER operate Grinder without the Tray and the Tray Guard secured in place.

To avoid serious or fatal injury, NEVER reach into any Grinder inlet. ALWAYS use the Stomper to push meat into the Grinder Head.

Read & fully understand all instructions & warnings prior to use.

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WARNING!

NEVER operate Grinder without the Tray and the Tray Guard secured in place.

To avoid serious or fatal injury, NEVER reach into any Grinder inlet.

ALWAYS use the Stomper to push meat into the Grinder Head.

Read & fully understand all instructions & warnings prior to use.

A IMPORTANT WARNING! SAFEGUARDS

When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed including the following:

1. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE.

2. To protect against risk of electrical shock, do not submerge or use this appliance near water or other liquid.

3. Unplug this appliance from the electrical outlet when not in use or before putting on or taking off parts and before cleaning.

4. Close adult supervision is necessary when any appliance is used near children. This appliance is NOT to be used by children.

5. NEVER use any accessories or parts from other manufacturers. Doing so will VOID YOUR WARRANTY and may cause fire, electrical shock or injury.

6. DONOT operate any appliance with a damaged cord, plug or after the appliance malfunctions, or is dropped or damaged in any manner. Return appliance to the nearest authorized service facility for repair or adjustment.

7. Keep these instructions for use for future reference.

8. Check if the voltage indicated on the appliance corresponds to the local voltage before you connect the appliance.

9. Thoroughly clean the parts that will come into contact with food before you use the appliance for the first time.

10. DO NOT use outdoors.

11. DO NOT let cord hang over edge of table or counter.

12. DO NOT let cord come in contact with a hot surface. DO NOT use on an oven or stove.

13. DO NOT use fingers to scrape food away from the output chute while the appliance is operating. Never feed food into the appliance by hand. NEVER reach into the appliance. ALWAYS use the provided Stomper.

14. DO NOT operate the Grinder without the Tray and the Tray Guard in place.

15. Avoid contacting moving parts. Wait until moving parts have stopped running before you remove the parts of the appliance.

16. NEVER let the appliance run unattended. 17. Switch the appliance off before detaching any accessory. 18. DO NOT attempt to grind bones, nuts or other hard items.

19. DO NOT operate the appliance for more than 15 minutes at one time. After 15 minutes of continuous use, allow a few minutes for the appliance to rest before next use.

20. This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade of the plug is wider than the other). To reduce the risk of electric shock, this plug will fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician. DO NOT modify the plug in any way.

21. CAUTION: In order to avoid a hazardous situation, this appliance must never be connected to a timer switch.

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Refer to them often and use them to instruct others.

BAVARIAN PATTIES WITH SAUERKRAUT

1% |b. (0.7 kg) beef 1 egg ‘2 cup applesauce 1 tsp. salt 1/3 cup dry bread crumbs % tsp. allspice

%4 cup chopped onion 16 oz. (0.5 kg) sauerkraut

* Grind the beef through the grinder plate of your choice using the grinding instructions

Combine the ground beef, egg, applesauce, salt, bread crumbs, allspice and onion Shape the mixture into patties about 3/4” (1.9 cm) thick

Brown in a large skillet over medium heat, turning once, then drain

Spoon sauerkraut over the patties

Cover and simmer for 15 minutes

BAYOU BURGERS 1 Ib. (0.5 kg) beef

%4 cup sliced green onion %2 tsp. hot pepper sauce

%2 tsp. garlic powder %2 tsp. dried thyme % tsp. crushed dried basil 1 tsp. season salt

* Grind the beef through the grinder plate of your choice using the grinding instructions

Preheat grill

Combine all the ingredients

Shape the mixture into 4 patties about 3/4” (1.9 cm) thick

Grill 4” (10.2 cm) from heat, turning once 10-15 minutes, or until done

SPICY TURKEY BURGERS 2 Ib. (0.9 kg) turkey 2 tbsp. minced garlic 3 tbsp. paprika 1 tsp. minced ginger root 2 fresh green chile pepper, diced

1 medium red onion, diced %2 cup finely chopped cilantro

1 tsp. salt %4 cup low sodium soy sauce

1 tbsp. ground dry mustard 1 tbsp. freshly ground black pepper

1 tbsp. ground cumin 1 dash Worcestershire sauce

* Grind the turkey through the grinder plate of your choice using the grinding instructions

Preheat grill

Combine all the ingredients

Shape the mixture into 4 patties about 3/4” (1.9 cm) thick

Grill 4” (10.2 cm) from heat, turning once 10-15 minutes, or until done

EASY MEATLOAF 1 Ib. (0.5 kg) beef 1 Ib. (0.5 kg) ground pork sausage 8 oz. package French onion dip 2 eggs

10 oz. package saltine crackers, crushed

° Grind the beef through the grinder plate of your choice using the grinding instructions

Preheat oven to 375°F (190°C)

Combine all the ingredients

Mix well and shape into a loaf

Bake in a 5” x 9”(13 x 23 cm) loaf pan for 1 hour

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VENISON SAUSAGE

6 Ib. (2.7 kg) venison 6 Ib. (2.7 kg) lean pork %2 tsp. sage %2 tsp. cayenne pepper 2 tsp. salt Y% cup honey 2 tsp. pepper Sausage Casings (optional)

* Grind the venison and pork through the coarse grinder plate using the grinding instructions

* Add all the ingredients to the meat and mix well

° Regrind the mixed meat through the fine grinding plate using the grinding instructions

° Stuff the sausage into casings or shape into patties

VENISON BREAKFAST SAUSAGE PATTIES 6 Ib. (2.7 kg) venison % Ib (0.3 kg) bacon 1 tsp. pepper %2 tsp. sage 1 tsp. salt

* Grind the venison and bacon through the fine grinder plate using the grinding instructions

Add all the ingredients to the meat and mix well

Refrigerate the mixture for a few hours before use

Shape the mixture into thin patties

Pour a little oil into a skillet or onto a griddle and heat to medium high

Grill the patties for a few minutes on each side

CHORIZO (MEXICAN) SAUSAGE

2 lb. (0.9 kg) lean pork trimming 2 medium onions, minced % cup cider vinegar 1 tbsp. ground oregano 8 oz. (0.2 kg) beef/pork fat Sausage casings Y Cup ground red chili (mild or hot) 1 tsp. ground cinnamon

8 cloves garlic, pressed

* Grind the meat and fat through coarse grinder plate using the grinding instructions

* Add the onions, garlic, vinegar and seasonings (use chili to taste)

e Mix the ground meat and the seasonings, then place in a covered bowl and refrigerate for at least one hour

° Stuff the sausage into casings to make 4” (10.2 cm) links

FRESH ITALIAN SAUSAGE - MILD/HOT

5 tsp. salt 1 tsp. sugar 2 tsp. caraway seeds 3 tsp. crushed hot peppers 1 tsp cracked fennel seed (omit if making mild sausage) 2 tsp. coarse ground black pepper 1 tsp. coriander 1 pint cold water

10 Ib. (4.5 kg) boneless pork butts Sausage casings

* Grind the pork butts through the grinder plate of your choice using the grinding instructions

* Add all the ingredients to the meat and mix well

° Stuff the sausage into casings to make 4” (10.2 cm) links

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COMMERCIAL GRADE ELECTRIC GRINDER

INSTRUCTION BOOK 1 HP #22 Model No. 08-2201 1-1/2 HP #32 Model No. 08-3201

LISTED

Electric ANSI / NSF 8 Meat Grinder Commercial Powered rele reparation 32 AP Equipment <33ZJ >

REV022609

TYPES OF SAUSAGE

Most sausages fall into one of four categories: Fresh, Smoked, Cooked or Dried. All sausages, except dried, require refrigerated storage. There is also a sub-category of uncooked smoked sausages.

COMPONENT LIST

DIAGRAM # PART DESCRIPTION #22 GRINDER #32 GRINDER Front Ring Nut 08-2242 08-3242 4.5 mm Grinder Plate 29-2204 29-3204 Among the fresh and uncooked smoked sausages, you will find such flavors as Grinding Knife 29-2250 29-3250 kielbasa or Polish sausage, Italian sausage, breakfast sausage and many others. Auger Pin 08-2246 08-3246 Both fresh and uncooked smoked sausages require cooking before eating and also Auger 08-2202-N 08-3202-N require refrigerated storage.

Auger Bearing 08-2247 08-3247 Head 08-2209-N 08-3209-N Smoked and cooked sausages include salami, bologna, the ever-popular hot dogs Housing Bolt (4) 08-2035 08-2035 and many others. Proper smoking requires a smokehouse or smoker. These can be Gear Housing 08-3025 08-3025 simple home-built structures made from metal drums or even old refrigerators or they can be elaborate manufactured units. Most smoked sausages are warmed before Front Shaft Seal 08-2034 08-2034 serving. Many people think that a smoked sausage will last much longer without Primary Bearing 08-2053 08-2053 spoilage, but this is not true. Smoked sausages should be treated the same as fresh Gear Housing Seal 08-3044 08-3044 sausage in terms of storage.

Secondary Gear 08-2030 08-2030

Primary Gear 08-2032 08-2032 Dried sausages require the longest processing time, as they are air dried over a long Secondary Bearing (3) 08-2052 08-2052 period of time. Some types of dry sausages are pepperoni, prosciutto and a variety Motor N/A N/A of ham products, just to name a few. The conditions under which the meat is dried Motor Cover Bolt (4) 08-2079 08-2079 are very exacting; temperature, time and humidity must all be carefully monitored for

Stainless Steel Motor Cover 08-2243 08-3243 a safe and delicious product: Rubber Feet (4) 08-2007 08-2007 STORAGE

Stainless Steel Base 08-2211 08-3211 It is important to remember that sausage will lose its flavor the longer that it is stored. Head Locking Knob 08-2005 08-2005 It is recommended that you only make as much sausage as you will need for 4- Base Bolt (4) 08-2027 08-2027 6 weeks. Even frozen sausage will begin to lose flavor noticeably after 6 weeks. Tray 08-2225 08-3225 Frozen sausage should be thawed slowly in the refrigerator before cooking or serving. Stomper 08-2277 08-2277 Quick thawing of the product will degrade the taste as well.

Funnel 40 mm 08-1040 08-1040 Funnel 30 mm 08-1030 08-1030 Funnel 20 mm 08-1020 08-1020 Flange for Stuffing Funnel 08-2229 08-3229 Funnel 10 mm SS High Speed 08-1011 08-1011 Stuffing Star 08-2276 08-3276 Power Switch 08-3039 08-3039 Capacitor 08-2240 08-3240 Power Cord 08-2041 08-2041 Electrical Box Cover 08-2274 08-3274 Electrical Box Base 08-2275 08-3275

7 mm Grinder Plate 29-2207 29-3207 Fan Cover 08-2238 08-3238 Pin (Keyway) 08-2051 08-2051 Circuit Breaker 08-2278 08-3278 High Speed Plastic Auger Patented 08-2212 08-3212 Front Cover Screw Plug (5) 08-2080-A 08-2080-A Tray Guard 08-2226 08-3226 Allen Screw (2) 08-2081 08-2081 Allen Wrench 08-3081 08-3081

WARNING!

NEVER operate Grinder without the Tray and the Tray Guard secured in place.

To avoid serious or fatal injury, NEVER reach into any Grinder inlet.

ALWAYS use the Stomper to push meat Before beginning the assembly, check the package contents for all of the parts. into the Grinder Head. If you are missing any parts, or if any parts are damaged, contact Cabela’s Customer Service- Retail Store Purchases 1-800-905-2731 (U.S. & Canada) / Catalog & Internet Purchases: 1-800-237-8888 / All International: 1-308-234-5555

Read & fully understand all instructions & warnings prior to use.

NOTE: Special considerations must be made when using venison or other wild game, since it can become heavily contaminated during field dressing. Venison is often held at temperatures that could potentially allow bacteria to grow, such as when it is being transported. Refer to the USDA Meat and Poultry Department for further questions or information on meat and food safety.

SAUSAGE INFORMATION

MEAT SELECTION FOR SAUSAGE MAKING

Sausage making has evolved over many years and generations, and as a result there are countless types of sausage you can make using the basic ingredients of meat, fat and a few carefully blended spices. Following are a few simple guidelines that will help you make the best tasting sausage possible.

Any type of meat can be used for making sausage: pork, beef, bison, moose and caribou, even antelope make great sausage. It is important when preparing venison or other red game meats to trim all the fat from the meat, as red game tallow will turn rancid in as few as five days. Replace the fat with either pork or beef fat, depending on the type of product you are making, at a ratio of 1 pound (0.5 kg) of fat for every 4 pounds (1.8 kg) of game meat.

The fat content of your sausage will affect the taste, texture, cooking characteristics and shelf life of your product. Most commercially made sausage has a fat content of about 20%. Using less than 12% fat will result in a very dry tasting sausage, while using more than 20% may result in a sticky flavorless sausage that will be difficult to cook.

CURING

It is important to properly cure meats to preserve meat and poultry, and to destroy undesirable microorganisms on the meat surfaces that cause spoilage and food born illnesses. There are many steps that help in this process, including smoking, cooking, drying, chilling and the addition of cure ingredients. The oldest means of accomplishing this is by introducing salt into the meat. The resistance of bacteria to salt varies widely among different types of bacteria. The growth of some bacteria is inhibited by salt concentrations as low as 3%, e.g., Salmonella, whereas other types are able to survive in much higher salt concentrations, e.g., Staphylococcus. Fortunately, the growth of many undesirable organisms normally found in cured meat and poultry products is inhibited at low concentrations of salt.

Modern curing is based on Nitrates and is very scientific. The best way to ensure proper curing is to purchase one of the many commercially available curing agents from either a grocery store or your local butcher. A very common cure is Prague Powder, which is available in two types (#1 and #2).

CASING

There are many different types of casings available, the right choice depends on personal preference as well as the type of sausage you wish to make. For most sausages, your choices are natural or collagen. Don’t let the names fool you; collagen casings are not a synthetic product . They are made from beef skin and other tissues. Collagen casings are uniform in size and texture and require almost no preparation. “Natural” casings are the intestines of lamb, sheep, hogs or beef. They are less uniform in size and require substantial preparation. For those reasons, more than 75% of commercially made sausage in the U.S. is made with collagen casing. There are also fibrous non-edible casings that are used for some varieties of smoked sausages and bolognas.

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STUFFER ASSEMBLY

WARNING! Before cleaning, assembling or disassembling the Grinder, make sure the PLUG IS REMOVED FROM THE OUTLET/

HIGH SPEED STUFFING AUGER ASSEMBLY

IMPORTANT SAFETY RULES

AND WARNINGS PRIOR TO USING THIS UNIT. YOUR SAFETY IS MOST IMPORTANT! FAILURE TO COMPLY

l READ AND FULLY UNDERSTAND ALL INSTRUCTIONS

WITH PROCEDURES AND SAFEGUARDS MAY RESULT

WARN l NG! REMEMBER: YOUR PERSONAL SAFETY IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY!

1. DO NOT use the Grinder without the Tray and the Tray Guard secured into place.

2. ALWAYS DISCONNECT Grinder from power source before servicing, changing accessories or cleaning the unit.

3. Plug the Grinder into a standard 120 Volt, 60 Hz wall outlet.

4. DO NOT USE the Grinder if the Power Cord, Plug or any other parts are damaged. If the Power Cord or the Grinder is damaged, call Customer Service. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPLACE THE CORD. Be sure to not allow the Power Cord to drape into your work area. Check that all parts are operating properly, and perform the intended functions. Check for alignment of moving parts or any other conditions that may affect the operation.

5. NEVER use any accessories or parts from other manufacturers. Doing so will VOID YOUR WARRANTY and may cause fire, electrical shock or injury.

6. TO PROTECT AGAINST RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK: DO NOT SUBMERGE THE MAIN GRINDER BODY INTO WATER OR LIQUID. BE SURE THE GRINDER IS DISCONNECTED FROM THE POWER SOURCE BEFORE CLEANING. Wash all parts by hand and thoroughly dry. Thoroughly clean all parts that will come in contact with food before using the appliance. NEVER rinse appliance Grinder Motor under tap, only use a moist cloth to clean the Grinder Motor Unit.

7. Reduce risk of unintentional starting. Make sure the Power Switch is in the “OFF” position before attaching to the power source.

8. KEEP FINGERS CLEAR of the Auger and Cutting Blades AT ALL TIMES. NEVER REACH INTO THE GRINDER, doing so may cause serious injury. ALWAYS USE THE PROVIDED STOMPER, NEVER FEED FOOD BY HAND.

9. NEVER use fingers to scrape food away from the Grinding Plate while the Grinder is in operation. SEVERE INJURY MAY RESULT.

INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE

10. NEVER LEAVE THE GRINDER UNATTENDED. Be safe, DISCONNECT the Grinder from power source before leaving the work area. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used near children. This appliance is NOT to be used by children.

11. Wait until all moving parts have stopped before you remove any part of the Grinder, or before switching the Grinder in reverse.

12. TIE BACK loose hair and clothing, and roll up long sleeves before operating the Grinder. REMOVE ties, rings, watches, bracelets, or other jewelry before operating the Grinder.

13. Be sure the Grinder is on a stable work surface. Be sure all the Grinder Feet are stable.

14. DO NOT attempt to grind bones, nuts or other hard items.

15. DO NOT run Grinder without meat in the Head. Severe damage to the Head and Auger may occur.

16. WEAR EYE PROTECTION. Wear safety glasses. Everyday eye glasses are not safety glasses. Safety glasses conform to ANSI Z87.1 requirements. Note: approved safety glasses have Z87 printed or stamped on them.

17. DO NOT use outdoors.

18. DO NOT use the Grinder while under the influence of drugs, medications or alcohol.

19. DO NOT let the Power Cord hang over edge of work surface.

20. DO NOT attempt to operate the Grinder if the Grinder itself is cold. The Grinder temperature should be at least 45°F (7°C) before beginning.

21. The Gear Housing and the Motor Cover may become HOT during operation. This is normal. DO NOT touch these parts during operation or until they cool after use.

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Refer to them often and use them to instruct others.

FOOD SAFETY

There are basic rules to follow when handling food. They are COOK, SEPARATE, CLEAN, and CHILL.

CcCooK

It's crucial to cook food to a safe internal temperature to destroy bacteria that is present. The safety of hamburgers and other foods made with ground meat has been receiving a lot of attention lately, and with good reason. When meat is ground, the bacteria present on the surface is mixed throughout the ground mixture. If this ground meat is not cooked to at least 160°F to 165°F (71°C to 74°C), bacteria will not be destroyed and there’s a good chance you will get sick.

Solid pieces of meat like steaks and chops don’t have dangerous bacteria like E. coli on the inside, so they can be served more rare. Still, any beef cut should be cooked to an internal temperature of at least 145°F (63°C) (medium rare). The safe temperature for poultry is 180°F (82°C) and solid cuts of pork should be cooked to 160 F (71 °C). Eggs should be thoroughly cooked too. If you are making a meringue or other recipe that uses uncooked eggs, buy specially pasteurized eggs or use prepared meringue powder.

SEPARATE

Foods that will be eaten uncooked and foods that will be cooked before eating MUST ALWAYS be separated. Cross-contamination occurs when raw meats or eggs come in contact with foods that will be eaten uncooked. This is a major source of food poisoning. Always double-wrap raw meats and place them on the lowest shelf in the refrigerator so there is no way juices can drip onto fresh produce. Then use the raw meats within 1-2 days of purchase, or freeze for longer storage. Defrost frozen meats in the refrigerator, not on the counter.

When grilling or cooking raw meats or fish, make sure to place the cooked meat on a clean platter. Don’t use the same platter you used to carry the food out to the grill. Wash the utensils used in grilling after the food is turned for the last time on the grill, as well as spatulas and spoons used for stir-frying or turning meat as it cooks.

Make sure to wash your hands after handling raw meats or raw eggs. Washing hands with soap and water, or using a pre-moistened antibacterial towelette is absolutely necessary after you have touched raw meat or raw eggs. Not washing hands and surfaces while cooking is a major cause of cross-contamination.

CLEAN Wash your hands and work surfaces frequently when you are cooking. Washing with soap and warm water for at least 15 seconds, then dry with a paper towel.

CHILL

Chilling food is very important. The danger zone where bacteria multiply i is between 40°F and 140°F (4°C and C). Your refrigerator should be set to 40°F (4°C) or below; your freezer should be 0°F (-17°C) or below. Simple rule: serve hot foods hot, be foods cold. Use chafing dishes or hot plates to keep food hot while serving. Use ice water baths to keep cold foods cold. Never let any food sit at room temperature for more than 2 hours - 1 hour if the ambient temperature is 90°F (32°C) or above. When packing for a picnic, make sure the foods are already chilled when they go into the insulated hamper. The hamper won't chill food - it just keeps food cold when properly packed with ice. Hot cooked foods should be placed in shallow containers and immediately refrigerated so they cool rapidly. Make sure to cover foods after they are cool.

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CIRCUIT BREAKER INSTRUCTIONS

This Grinder is equipped with a Circuit FIGURE 19 Breaker as a safety precaution. If the Grinder should stop running follow these steps to remedy:

1. Turn the Grinder to the “Off” position.

2. Press the Circuit Breaker Reset Button Circuit Breaker (Figure 19). Reset Button

3. Turn the Grinder back on and resume grinding.

4. If the Grinder still does not turn on, check that the electrical wall outlet is properly working. Plug in another appliance to see if that appliance works from the wall outlet. Check that the household circuit breaker has not been tripped. If none of the above steps remedy the situation, or if the Circuit Breaker repeatedly shuts off the Grinder contact a customer service for further assistance.

WARNING! DO NOT continue to use the Grinder if the Circuit Breaker trips repeatedly. Continued use may cause permanent damage to the Grinder and will void the warranty.

PLEASE NOTE: This Grinder features an all hardened steel gear transmission. This causes the Grinder to operate at a higher volume and

temperature than other Grinders. This is normal and will not affect the Grinder’s performance.

* DO NOT over-tighten the Front Ring Nut. It should be firmly tight.

* Make sure the Grinding Knife blades lay flat on the Grinder Plate.

* DO NOT operate the Grinder without meat in the Head. Running the Grinder while dry could damage the Head and Auger.

° Always lubricate the Head, Grinding Plate and Grinding Knife with a food-grade silicone spray after cleaning.

* DO NOT grind bones, nuts or other hard objects.

° If the Grinder Plate becomes clogged during operation, follow these steps to restore normal output.

* Turn the Grinder “OFF” and disconnect the Power Cord from the electrical outlet. Remove the Front Ring Nut and Grinding Plate. Thoroughly clean the Grinding Plate. Make sure all of the holes are clear. Re-install the Grinding Plate and Front Ring Nut. Re-connect the Grinder to the electrical outlet. Continue with grinding. Repeat as necessary.

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GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS

This appliance must be grounded while in use to protect Circuit : 3 Grounding Figure A the operator from electrical shock. The appliance Conductor :

is equipped with a 3-conductor cord and a 3-prong grounding type plug to fit the proper grounding-type receptacle. The appliance has a plug that looks like Figure A. An adaptor, Figure B, should be used for connecting Figure A plugs to two-prong receptacles. The grounding tab which extends from the adaptor must be connected to a permanent ground such as a properly grounded outlet box as shown in Figure C using a metal screw.

Grounding Prong

EXTENSION CORDS

Use only 3-wire extension cords which have 3-prong Metal grounding-type plugs and a 3-pole cord connector Grounding

that accepts the plug from the appliance. Use only Ha extension cords having an electrical rating not less than or the rating of the appliance. DO NOT use damaged Outlet Box extension cords. Examine extension cord before using and replace if damaged. DO NOT abuse extension

cord and do not yank on any cord to disconnect. Keep

cord away from heat and sharp edges. Figure C ad Grounding Means fo) AA2220

UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS

* Remove all parts from packaging material and check to be sure there are no missing parts.

* Retain packaging material for storage of the Grinder and Grinder parts when not in use.

If you are missing any parts, or if any parts are damaged, contact Cabela’s Customer Service- Retail Store Purchases 1-800-905-2731 (U.S. & Canada) /

Catalog & Internet Purchases: 1-800-237-8888 / All International: 1-308-234-5555

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PRIOR TO USE

Disassemble the Grinder Head and wash each part thoroughly in warm water, taking particular care to remove all grease and oil from surfaces. Dry all parts thoroughly before re-assembling.

DO NOT IMMERSE THE MOTOR IN WATER OR OTHER LIQUIDS!

CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS

WARNING! Before cleaning, assembling or disassembling the Grinder,

make sure the PLUG IS REMOVED FROM THE OUTLET/POWER SOURCE! fy ALWAYS unplug the Grinder when not in use.

1. Wash all parts that have come in contact with meat in hot soapy water. BE SURE TO CLEAN IMMEDIATELY AFTER USE. DO NOT IMMERSE THE MOTOR IN WATER OR OTHER LIQUIDS!

2. Rinse the Grinder parts with clear hot water, then dry them IMMEDIATELY.

3. Fully lubricate the Head, Plates and the Knife with a food-grade silicone spray before and after each use.

4. Clean the Motor Cover and Gear Housing with a damp towel and wipe dry. DO NOT IMMERSE THE MOTOR IN WATER OR OTHER LIQUIDS!

IMPORTANT: Any non-stainless steel parts must be coated with a food-safe silicone spray to prevent rusting; if not properly protected, these parts will begin to rust very quickly. DO NOT use rusted parts. Ordering information can be found on the last page of this instruction manual.

ee E) WARNING!

NEVER operate Grinder without the Tray and the Tray Guard secured in place.

To avoid serious or fatal injury, NEVER reach into any Grinder inlet. ALWAYS use the Stomper to push meat into the Grinder Head.

Read & fully understand all instructions & warnings prior to use.

8. Hold the casing in place with one hand while feeding the sausage mixture through the Grinder. As the meat fills the casing, gently lay it on a clean, dry surface. NOTE: When using natural casings, use a wet surface.

9. Donotfill the last 3”-4” (7.5-10 cm) of casing. After the entire length of casing has been stuffed, twist the open end to close, then tie off the ends of the casing tightly to close. Twist into links.

10. Whenever stuffing sausage, fill the casing slowly to avoid air pockets. If air pockets do appear in the sausage use a pin to prick the bubbles. The small holes will seal naturally.

USING THE REVERSE FUNCTION

The reverse function only should be used FIGURE 18 for brief periods of time to optimize meat flow through the Grinder. Use it to help clear a jam, for example.

1. Allow the Grinder Motor to come to a COMPLETE STOP before engaging in reverse “REV”.

Reverse 2. Turn and hold the Power Switch in the Button “REV” position (Figure 18).

NOTE: NEVER operate the Grinder in reverse for more than 5 seconds.

3. If the Grinder remains jammed after using the reverse function, turn the Grinder “OFF”, disconnect the Grinder from the power source. Disassemble the Grinder Head and clean it according to the “Cleaning Instructions.” Re-assemble the Grinder and follow the “Grinding Instructions/ Stuffing Instructions.”

E_E WARNING!

NEVER operate Grinder without the Tray and the Tray Guard secured in place.

To avoid serious or fatal injury, NEVER reach into any Grinder inlet. ALWAYS use the Stomper to push meat into the Grinder Head.

Read & fully understand all instructions & warnings prior to use.

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WARNING! Before cleaning, assembling or disassembling the Grinder,

make sure the PLUG IS REMOVED FROM THE OUTLET/POWER SOURCE! fy ALWAYS unplug the Grinder when not in use.

GRINDER ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

WARNING! Before cleaning, assembling or disassembling the Grinder, make sure the PLUG IS REMOVED FROM THE OUTLET/POWER SOURCE!

1. After grinding the meat following the “Grinding Instructions”, mix the ground meat with the sausage seasonings.

| WARNING!

2. Follow the “Stuffer Assembly NEVER operate Grinder without the Tray and Instructions” or the “High-Speed the Tray Guard secured in place. Stuffer Assembly Instructions” to To avoid serious or fatal injury, NEVER reach fully assemble the Grinder as a into any Grinder Inlet

Stuffer including the Tray and Tray Guard.

ALWAYS use the Stomper to push meat into the Grinder Head.

Read & fully understand all instructions

; & warnings prior to use. NOTE: While one person can Aeng pir =

stuff sausage with this Grinder, it

is recommended that two people perform this operation. For best results when using the High-Speed Stainless Steel 10 mm Stuffing Funnel do not grind the meat through the 4.5 mm Grinding Plate.

3. Place seasoned ground meat into the Tray. Do not overfill the Tray, place just enough meat to leave the Feed Chute area open.

4. Slide a sausage casing over the Stuffing Funnel. See the “Sausage Information / Casing” section of this manual for more information.

5. Slide 4”-6” (10-15 cm) of casing from the end of the Stuffing Funnel and tie a knot in the end Stomper of the casing. If you are using large diameter fibrous casing, hold the closed end of the casing tightly against the end of the Stuffing Funnel 7”, > _ FIGURE 17 (Figure 17).

6. Make sure the Grinder is in the “OFF” position. poeg Attach the Grinder to the power supply. Chute

7. Switch the Grinder to the forward “FWD” position. Carefully start feeding ground meat into the Feed Chute. ONLY USE THE STOMPER TO PUSH MEAT INTO THE HEAD, DO NOT USE YOUR FINGERS OR ANY OTHER OBJECT.

Motor Cover

WARNING! The Tray Guard helps protect the user from serious personal injury. NEVER reach under or around the Tray Guard. ALWAYS use the Stomper to

Gear Housing

feed and push meat into the Grinder. 9? OT???

The Gear Housing and the Motor Cover may become HOT during operation. This is normal. DO NOT touch these parts during operation or until they cool after use.

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ry ALWAYS unplug the Grinder when not in use.

1. Insert the Head into the Gear Housing FIGURE 1 with the Feed Chute facing straight up. You Slot in Head will need to line up the slot in the Head with Feed O|

the Pin inside the Gear Housing. Be sure the Head is seated fully into the Gear Housing (Figure 1).

2. Tighten the Head Locking Knob to lock the Head into place.

3. Insertthe Auger, with the Auger Bearing Gear Housing attached, into the Head (Figure 2). Align the

Auger Splines with the Drive Shaft of the Head Locking Grinder. Knob

NOTE: Periodically inspect the Auger Bearing for wear. If the Auger Bearing is FIGURE 2 worn excessively, replace it immediately or Auger Bearing Head

Head damage could result.

Auger Splines

4. Place the Knife onto the square portion i of the Auger Pin (Figure 2). Be sure the blades Auger Pin of the Knife are facing outward. Knife

5. Place one of the Grinder Plates onto the Auger Pin; align the notch in the Grinder Plate with the Pin in the Grinder Head.

Grinder Plate

6. Install the Front Ring Nut, DO NOT ee

OVERTIGHTEN. Turn the Front Ring Nut

untilit makes contact with the Grinder Plate, NOTE! Be sure the blades then make 1/4 turn more to tighten into of the Knife are facing out.

place.

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WARNING!

NEVER operate Grinder without the Tray and the Tray Guard secured in place.

To avoid serious or fatal injury, NEVER reach into any Grinder inlet. ALWAYS use the Stomper to push meat into the Grinder Head.

Read & fully understand all instructions & warnings prior to use.

7. Insert the neck of the Tray into the Feed Tray Chute (Figure 3).

8. Loosen the Allen Screws in the Tray Guard until the screw ends are flush with the

Tray Guard (Figure 4). FIGURE 3 9. Align the curved ends of the Tray Guara _**“*

with the curved sides of the Tray. The hole on ai

the Tray Guard will line up with the hole in the gi

Tray. Head

10. The tabs of the Tray Guard will fit over the sides of the Tray. Gently press down on the Tray Guard until it fully seats onto the sides of the Tray, curving into the Tray (Figure 5).

11. Tighten the Allen Screws with the Allen Wrench to secure the Tray Guard onto the

Tray. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN the All Se. Š en Allen Screws FIGURE 4

12. NEVER operate Grinder without the Tray and the Tray Guard secured in place.

REFER TO “GRINDING INSTRUCTIONS”

Tray Guard

FIGURE 5

EE WARNING!

NEVER operate Grinder without the Tray and the Tray Guard secured in place. To avoid serious or fatal injury, NEVER reach into any Grinder inlet. ALWAYS use the Stomper to push meat into the Grinder Head. Read & fully understand all instructions & warnings prior to use.

7. Insert the neck of the Tray into the Feed Tray Chute (Figure 14).

8. Loosen the Allen Screws in the Tray Guard until the screw ends are flush with the

Tray Guard (Figure 4). Neck FIGURE 14

9. Align the curved ends of the Tray Guard = fed Chute

with the curved sides of the Tray. The hole on the Tray Guard will line up with the hole in the Tray.

10. The tabs of the Tray Guard will fit over the sides of the Tray. Gently press down on the ae Tray Guard until it fully seats onto the sides of the Tray, curving into the Tray (Figure 5).

11. Tighten the Allen Screws with the Allen Wrench to secure the Tray Guard onto the Tray. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN the All oe S S9 Allen Screws FIGURE 15 4 Tray Guard

12. NEVER operate Grinder without the Tray and the Tray Guard secured in place.

REFER TO “STUFFING INSTRUCTIONS”

Tray Guard FIGURE 16

Allen Wrench

WARNING!

NEVER operate Grinder without the Tray and the Tray Guard secured in place.

To avoid serious or fatal injury, NEVER reach into any Grinder inlet. ALWAYS use the Stomper to push meat into the Grinder Head.

Read & fully understand all instructions & warnings prior to use.

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HIGH-SPEED STUFFER ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

GRINDING INSTRUCTIONS

WARNING! Before cleaning, assembling or disassembling the Grinder,

make sure the PLUG IS REMOVED FROM THE OUTLET/POWER SOURCE! ry ALWAYS unplug the Grinder when not in use.

WARNING! Before cleaning, assembling or disassembling the Grinder,

make sure the PLUG IS REMOVED FROM THE OUTLET/POWER SOURCE!

fy ALWAYS unplug the Grinder when not in use.

NOTE: The High-Speed Stuffing System is designed for use with the 10 mm Funnel ONLY. DO NOT attempt to use the High- Feed Speed Plastic Auger with any other Funnels. SERIOUS DAMAGE to the Grinder Head and other components may occur. Follow the “Standard Stuffer Assembly Instructions” located in this manual, when using the 20, 30, or 40 mm Funnels.

Slot in Head

Si

1. Insert the Head into the Gear Housing Gear Housing

with the feed chute of the Head facing straight

up. You will need to line up the slot in the Head Locking

Head with the Pin inside the Gear Housing. Knab Be sure the Head is seated fully into the Gear Housing (Figure 12). FIGURE 13

2. Tighten the Head Locking Knob to lock the Head into place.

Auger Bearing Head

Auger Splines

3. Insertthe Auger, with the Auger Bearing Auger attached, into the Head (Figure 13). Align the AvserPin Auger Splines with the Drive Shaft of the Grinder. Ne NOTE: Periodically inspect the Py an High-Speed Auger Bearing for wear. If the ce ee Plastic Auger Auger Bearing is worn excessively, Sufna replace it immediately or Head Flange Funnel damage could result. Front Ring

Nut

4. Slide the High Speed Plastic Auger onto the Auger Pin making sure the square part of the Plastic Auger fully seats on to the square portion of the Auger Pin.

5. Slide the 10 mm Stuffing Funnel through the through the Flange and place it through the Front Ring Nut.

NEVER operate Grinder without the Tray and

6. Install the Front Ring Nut, the Tray Guard secured in place.

DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. Turn the Front Ring Nut until it makes contact with the Flange, then make 1/4 turn more to tighten into place.

To avoid serious or fatal injury, NEVER reach into any Grinder inlet. ALWAYS use the Stomper to push meat into the Grinder Head.

Read & fully understand all instructions

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FIGURE 12

O WARNING!

1. Follow the “Grinder Assembly Instructions” to fully assemble the Grinder including the Tray and Tray Guard.

NOTE: It is best to grind the meat using the coarse, 7 mm Grinding Plate first. If a finer grind of meat is desired, run the coarse ground meat through the Grinder a second time using the fine, 4.5 mm Grinding Plate.

2. Trim the meat of all cords, tendons, bones, shot, etc.

3. For best results, be sure that all meat has been chilled to between 32-34°F (0-1°C) before grinding. DO NOT ALLOW MEAT TO SIT OUT AT ROOM TEMPERATURE LONGER THAN ABSOLUTELY NEEDED. Closely follow the “Food Safety” instructions as outlined by the USDA.

4. Cut meat into sizes small enough to fit into the Feed Chute. Approximately 1”