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My Philips soup maker is not working when plugged in

Published on 2021-11-14

If your Philips soup maker does not start working, there might be some possible causes. Find out here how to resolve this.

The ingredients are too big or frozen

Cut the ingredients into small pieces and fully unfreeze them. When the ingredients are too big or frozen, the soup maker might not work.

The MAX indication in the jug was exceeded

Remove some of the ingredients and make sure the ingredients are spread evenly over the bottom of the jug. Your soup maker might not work well if the MAX indication is exceeded.

The lid is not installed well and loses connection during blending

Close the lid well in the base.

The temperature of the heating plate is too high

Your soup maker could stop working when this happens. Remove some of the ingredients and restart the program after 10 minutes.

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