7-minute Power Failure Back-up
Your Bread Maker has a 7-minute power failure back-up feature. If the electricity
goes off, the memory will store your course selection for up to 7 minutes. If the
power comes back on within this time, bread making will resume where it left off.
If the bread maker loses power for more than 7 minutes and you are using
any dairy products, perishables or meat in your bread, you should discard the
contents of the recipe and start again with new fresh ingredients due to health
and sanitary considerations. For nonperishable recipes you may try starting the
bread maker at the beginning of the course again. However, this may not always
produce an acceptable loaf of bread.
For recipes that do not include dairy products: If you are not sure when the
outage occurred and the baking cycle has not yet started, remove the dough ball
from the bread pan and place in an oven-safe baking container. Allow to double
in size and place in a preheated (350ºF/177ºC) oven for 30 to 45 minutes or until
done. The bread will sound hollow when tapped on top of the loaf if it is done.
Again, this may not always produce an acceptable loaf of bread. If the bread
has already begun to bake when the outage occurs, you must begin with new
important: if your recipe includes dairy products and you are sure when the
outage occurred, we recommend starting the recipe over with new ingredients.
important: Power failure back-up does not cover surges. if you experience
frequent surges, please use a surge protector.
Product may vary slightly from what is illustrated.
. Viewing window
. lid handle
. Steam vent
. Digital display
6. control panel
† 7. nonstick bread pan (Part # B6000c-01)
† 8. Kneading paddles (Part # B6000c-0)
9. Wire handle
10. Baking chamber
† 11. measuring cup (Part # B6000c-0)
† 1. measuring spoon (Part # B6000c-0)
note: † indicates consumer replaceable/removable parts