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Operating the Electric Can Opener

🍒Place the Can Opener on top of the can with its rim positioned in the groove between the Cutter and the Drive Wheel

🍒 With the can on a flat surface, press the Button for about one second and release, then the Can Opener will start cutting the side of the can

🍒When the cutting has completed, press the button immediately to reverse the cutter

🍒 Make sure that the cutter resets to the start position and the motor stops. Then, lift the can opener off the can, the magnet on the Automatic Can Opener will also pick up the lid.


Repair Method

1. If batteries are depleted, the can may not be released by pressing the button. Slide back the Battery Door and replace 2 AA batteries. The Can Opener should continue the cutting. Remember to replace the battery.

2. Cans with heavy seams and uneven rims may stall the Can Opener. If this happens, follow above procedure to release the can.

3. If the can is stuck, press the black button at the end of the can opener. Rotate it in the opposite direction to release the can.


How to open the battery cover?

🍓Face the back of the can opener to someone and hold the can opener with both hands

🍓Two thumbs side by side on the back of the can opener

🍓Slide your thumb down hard

🍓Open the battery cover, insert the battery.

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