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Using the CUSTOM setting
The preset, recommended temperatures and times for the 'preheat',
'knead', 'rise', 'punch-down', 'bake' and 'keep warm' phases can be
modified to suit a specific recipe or your personal preference, then
stored in the memory of the bread maker.
This is particularly useful if you have a favourite recipe that you
regularly bake. Alternatively, for advanced bakers it allows you to
factor in variables such as the brand and type of flour, quality of the
yeast, altitude and climate considerations. For example, in a humid
climate the rising cycles can be reduced.
1. Turn the SELECT push-dial until the indicator on the LCD screen
reaches the CUSTOM setting. Press the push-dial to select.
2. The LCD screen will indicate 'CUSTOM 1'. This means you are about
to program custom recipe number 1. There are 9 custom recipe
spaces for you to program.
TIPS
We recommend that for your own reference, you record the custom
recipe number and recipe, along with a log of the temperatures and
times in the charts provided at the end of this booklet.
3. Press the MODIFY button. The LCD screen will indicate a flashing
'CUSTOM' and the MODIFY button surround will flash, indicating
that you are in programming mode.
4. Using the SELECT push-dial, select the setting, crust colour, loaf size
and the temperature and times for the 'preheat', 'knead', 'rise',
'punch-down', 'bake' and 'keep warm' phases.
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TIPS
Phases can only be modified if they are already applicable to
a setting. For example, the BAKE ONLY setting does not have
a 'knead' phase, so this phase cannot be modified. If, for some
reason, you would like to include or modify a phase that is not
applicable to a setting, select the WHOLE WHEAT setting and use
it as a base to program your custom recipe setting. The WHOLE
WHEAT setting allows you to modify all of the phases.
NOTE
If you accidentally select the wrong temperature or time, refer to
Step 2 in the section 'Modifying a Programmed Custom Recipe'.
5. Once all the phases have been modified to suit your preferences,
'CUSTOM' and the MODIFY button surround will no longer flash.
The LCD screen will indicate the newly programmed cycle time.
6. To activate the cycle, press the START | PAUSE button.
7. Alternatively, to activate the Delay Start feature, press the
DELAY START button. Turn the SELECT push-dial to change
the cycle time and press to select. The time you select relates to
the finish time of the baked loaf. Refer to the section 'Using the
DELAY START button'.
Modifying a Programmed Custom Recipe
There are 9 custom recipe spaces for you to program. If a space has
been filled and the MODIFY button is pressed, the LCD screen will
indicate a flashing 'REPLACE?'
1. If you don't want to replace your programmed custom recipe, press
the CANCEL button. The LCD screen will no longer indicate
a flashing 'REPLACE?. Turn the SELECT push-dial to check if
another space has been filled or not.
2. If you do want to replace or modify your programmed custom recipe,
press the SELECT push-dial. The LCD screen will indicate a flashing
'CUSTOM' and the MODIFY button surround will flash, indicating
that you are in programming mode. Using the SELECT push-dial,
re-select the setting, crust colour, loaf size and the temperatures and
times for the 'preheat', 'knead', 'rise', 'punch-down', 'bake' and 'keep
warm' phases. Once all the phases have been modified to suit your
preferences, 'CUSTOM' and the MODIFY button surround will no
longer flash. The LCD screen will indicate the newly re-programmed
cycle time.
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