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DELAY START
PROBLEM
EASY SOLUTION
Why can't the Delay Start feature be
The ingredients may deteriorate in quality or ferment if they are left inside the bread pan for many hours. This is especially
set past 13 hours?
the case during summer, when the Delay Start feature should be set to a shorter period of time.
Why can't some ingredients be used
Most protein foods such as milk, cheese, eggs, bacon, etc., are perishable and will deteriorate if left unrefrigerated for more
with the Delay Start feature?
than one hour.
FRUIT AND NUT DISPENSER
PROBLEM
EASY SOLUTION
The base of the Fruit and Nut
Lift open the lid of the main stainless steel housing. The base of the dispenser can be identified by the row of steam vents.
Dispenser is open.
Push in the base until it clicks into place.
ALTITUDE & WEATHER CONDITIONS
PROBLEM
EASY SOLUTION
I live in a high altitude area, are there
In high altitude areas, over 3000 feet (900m):
any adjustments I should make?
• Dough tends to rise faster as there is less air pressure. Reduce yeast by ¼ teaspoon. If the dough still rises too high,
reduce yeast by another ¼ teaspoon the next time you try the recipe. You could also try adding a little more salt and
a little less sugar to retard the yeast action and promote slower, more even rising.
• Flour is drier at higher altitudes and will absorb more liquid. Use less flour or more liquid and pay attention to the
dough consistency.
I live in a dry or humid climate, are
In dry climates, flour is drier and will absorb more liquid. Use less flour or more liquid and pay attention to the dough
there any adjustments I should make?
consistency.
In humid climates, reduce yeast by ¼ teaspoon to avoid over rising of the dough. If the dough still rises too high, reduce
yeast by another ¼ teaspoon the next time you try the recipe.
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PROBLEM
Operational
Paddle or Bread Pan not assembled securely
Errors
See pages 11 and 13 for correct assembly instructions.
'Preheat' Phase
There is no movement in the bread pan during the 'preheat'
phase. This phase occurs on the WHOLE WHEAT, WHOLE
WHEAT RAPID and JAM settings.
LCD displays ---H or -H:
The baking chamber is too warm and will not operate until
it cools down. Lift open the lid, remove the bread pan and
allow sufficient time to cool. Once cooled, the LCD screen will
return to the main menu. Press the START | PAUSE button to
activate the cycle.
LCD displays --L
The bread maker is too cold and will not operate until it heats
up. Place in a warmer environment, recommended room
temperature is 25°C. Once warm enough, the LCD screen will
return to the main menu. Press the START | PAUSE button to
activate the cycle.
Lid was open during baking
It is not recommended to lift the lid during operation unless
stated in the recipe; to check the consistency of the dough;
or to glaze and add seeds to the top of the loaf.
'Keep Warm' phase
The bread was left in the baking chamber during the 'keep
warm' phase. Remove the bread pan before the 'keep warm'
phase, then remove the bread and allow to cool on a wire rack.
Bread sliced just after baking
Steam was not allowed to escape from the baked loaf.
Cool bread for a minimum of 20 minutes before slicing it.
NO
DAMP OR
LOAF RISES
LOAF RISES
LOAF IS
MOVEMENT
STICKY
TOO HIGH
THEN FALLS
SHORT &
IN BREAD
LOAF
DENSE
PAN

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