On How to Use You Bread Maker
OPEN THE LID AND REMOVE THE
BAKING PAN by pulling straight
up on the handle. It is important to
remove the Baking Pan from the
unit before putting the ingredients
into the pan to avoid accidentally
spilling ingredients into the inner
ATTACH THE KNEADING BLADE
onto the shaft inside the Baking Pan by
lining up the flat side of the blade with
the flat side on the shaft. Make sure the
Kneading Blade is placed securely on the
MEASURE ALL INGREDIENTS
and accurately. Inaccurate measurement,
even if only slightly off, can make a
difference in results. Add ingredients
into the bread pan in the order they are
listed. Yeast is always added last and
must not come in contact with any liquid.
(Before adding yeast, remember to dig a
small hole in the flour so that the yeast
doesn't prematurely come into contact
with the liquids. This is especially
important when you are using the Delay
WIPE WATER AND OTHER SPILLS
from the outside of the pan; then insert
the pan firmly into the bottom of the
machine, applying pressure to each corner
of the pan to make sure it is snapped
tightly into the retaining brackets.
CLOSE THE LID AND PLUG IN THE
You will hear a
beep and the LED display window
will be blank.
CHOOSE YOUR BREAD TYPE.
the appropriate setting for your recipe
(#1 thru 11) by pressing the "SELECT"
button on the control panel. Each time
"SELECT" is pressed the number in the
display window will advance to the next
PRESS THE "START" BUTTON
you have selected your bread type.
The baking time in hours and minutes
will appear in the display. It will count
down the remaining bake time in
one minute increments until the bread is
done. This bread maker has a convenient
Viewing Window so that you may watch
the progress of the bread as it is mixed,
kneaded, and baked. DO NOT OPEN THE
LID DURING THE BAKING CYCLES.
WHEN THE BREAD IS DONE.
the baking time is completed, a signal
tone will sound three times and the
display window will flash END. Remove
the pan using potholders, and take the
bread out of the pan by turning the pan
upside down and shaking it. If you have
difficulty removing the bread from the
pan, slide a flat rubber or plastic spatula
along the sides of the pan to loosen the
loaf. If the kneading paddle remains in
the bottom of the loaf, use the end of a
plastic utensil to remove it. Once
removed from the Bread Pan, it's best to
let your bread cool 15 minutes before
KEEP WARM CYCLE
begins when the bake time is done.
The display will show END for up to
60 minutes after baking is complete
and will keep bread warm during that
time. At the end of the 60 minutes, the
heater will turn off.
Note: You may remove the Baking Pan at
any time during the "Keep Warm" cycle.
To turn off the "Keep Warm" feature,
simply press the "STOP" button and hold
it for 3 seconds. "END" will disappear
and the display window will be blank.
Please Note: Bread is best when removed
from bread pan no more than 1 hour
after keep warm feature ends.
The "Keep Warm" feature is not
provided for the dough setting
or the Jam/Jelly Setting.
USING THE TIMER FOR DELAYED
completion of your bread, use
the TIMER. This feature allows you
to delay the bake time for up to
12 hours. For example, it lets you set
the TIMER at 8 p.m. one evening so
that you can wake to fresh bread by
8 a.m. the following morning. To set
the TIMER, follow these instructions:
NOTE: It is not recommended that
you use the "Delayed Completion"
function and TIMER with recipes that
call for fresh ingredients that might
spoil such as eggs, milk, sour cream, or
cheese. 1. To set the TIMER, determine
when you would like your bread to be
finished. For example, if it is 8 p.m.
when you place all your ingredients in
the Baking Pan and you would like to
the aroma of fresh-baked bread at
8 a.m., you will want a total of 12 hours
before your bread is complete. Once
you have chosen the appropriate
setting for your recipe, (for example,
if you are doing Sweet Bread, you will
push "SELECT" until #8 is showing)
you simply set the TIMER to bring it
up to your total hours (in this case,
12 hours). 2. Press the "Up" arrow on
the control panel and 3:25 (the time
setting for #8 setting) will automatically
come up in the display window.
Continue to press the "Up" arrow
until the display reads 12:00. You do
not need to mathematically calculate
the difference between the setting
time (3:25) and the total hours you
want (12:00). The machine will
automatically adjust to include the
setting time. Simply set the TIMER for
your total hours. If you pass the 12:00,
simply press the "Down" arrow to go
back. 3. Once you have selected the
time, press START. The colon in the
display will flash to indicate the TIMER
has been set and the countdown will
begin. The TIMER will count down in
one-minute increments. When the
display reads "END", your bread is
complete and the beeper will sound.
4. If you make a mistake while setting
the TIMER, press and hold the STOP
button for 3 seconds. This will clear
the display and you can set the
To delay the