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Troubleshooting - Black & Decker WM700R Use And Care Manual

Removable plate waffle maker
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Additional Uses for Your Waffle Maker
Did you know your waffle maker can cook more than just waffles? Try just a
few of these options to get more out of your waffle maker:
• Crispy French toast
• Don't wait for banana bread to bake in the oven, waffle it!
• Muffins don't need to only bake in a muffin tin
• Looking for a more savory option? Mix in cheese and diced ham
• Grilled cheese just got even more delicious
• Take left over mashed potatoes to a whole other level with the waffle iron (and
cheese!)
• Turn your waffles into sandwiches by adding your favorite nut butter and
additional toppings.
TR OU B L E SHOOTI N G
PROBLEM
Waffle maker does not
turn on.
Waffles are too light
Waffles are too dark.
Temperature ready
indicator light goes on
and off.
Waffles are sticking.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Waffle maker is not
plugged in.
Waffles may not have
been cooked completely.
Waffles may have cooked
too long.
Waffle maker is cycling
There is not enough oil in
the batter.
If additional assistance is needed,
please contact our consumer service team at
1-800-231-9786.
SOLUTION
Check to make sure the
waffle maker is plugged in
to a working outlet.
Cooking time for waffles
will vary depending upon
the ingredients and the
amount of batter. Cook
longer if needed.
Batters containing a high
amount of sugar or fruits
may tend to cook darker.
When the steam stops
escaping from the sides
of the waffle iron, the
waffles are likely ready.
This is normal. The
temperature ready
indicator light next to the
preheat light show that
the waffle plates are at
cooking temperature. This
light is not an indication
that the waffle is fully
cooked.
Add another tablespoon or
two of oil to the batter.
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