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Panasonic SD-PT1002 Operating Instructions Manual Page 92

Automatic bread maker, household use.
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Abnormal shape of bread
When the following
conditions happen
There are holes
inside.
Observable butter oil
gathers on the bottom,
with butter spots on it.
The rice flour bread
has a bad shape
There are remaining
flour around.
Insufficient rising
5 cm
Lower than
Butter spots
appears (colour
spots, holes etc.)
Remaining flour is left
around the scone.
There are solid
particles in the
dough
It is difficult to put
dough into shape
because it is too sticky.
Noodles stick
together
Insufficient rising.
Remaining butter
left on cake.
There is remaining
flour around cake.
EN92
Please confirm the following
The bread dough has risen, but the red bean paste has not.
Holes are caused by the water vapor pressure emitted by the red bean paste.
Such holes are acceptable.
Did you use frozen butter cut into 1 cm cubes?
Did you add the frozen butter within 10 minutes after beep sounds?
Did you break apart the frozen butter first, and add them separately in the pan?
Did you add the frozen butter when room temperature was over 25 ˚C?
Is the room temperature too high?
(The bread will not be good if the room temperature is too high.)
Have you used the timer at a room temperature of over 25 ˚C?
When the room temperature is high, it becomes deformed due to increasing
ingredients temperature during timer function.
Too much flour?
Not enough water?
Did you add any baking powder?
(Even instant dry yeast can't make enough rising.)
Is the amount of ingredients correct?
Did you cut the butter into 1 cm cubes?
Did you cut the butter into 5 mm cubes when room temperature is below 15 ˚C ?
Did you eliminate the residual powder?
Did you perform the forming procedure?
Did you misuse the bread blade as the blade for noodles and mochi?
Not enough flour?
Did you mix the flours fully before putting it in bread pan?
Did you add too much water?
Did you add warm water when making udon?
Not enough flour?
Did you sprinkle kneading flour?
Did you add too much water?
Has it been placed still for too long time after being cut into noodles?
Did you sprinkle enough kneading flour?
Is the amount of ingredients correct?
Did you add any baking powder?
Did you sift the low-gluten flour and baking powder before adding them into bread pan?
Have you cut butter into 1 cm cubes?
Have you used the room temperature butter.
Did you add the ingredients in order?
Have you cleared the remaining flour?
Did you add the ingredients in order?

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  • Leo Egalite Jan 27, 2018 05:43:
    Sadly missing multigrain and raye modes. Vzv
  • Leo Jan 23, 2018 10:15:
    I wonder if this Breadmaker ( SD-PT 1002 ) allows for a flexibilit​y to customize the menu. For instance, if a certain course cannot be found , like a whole grain , or a rye sourdough bread , can it be entered, programmed in to a menu ? Respectful​ly leoegalite​@gmail.com