Fresh yeast or
Maintenance And Cleaning
- Always clean the breadmaker be-
fore first use with a mild cleaner; also
clean the kneading hook.
- Allow the appliance to cool first be-
fore cleaning it and putting it away.
After 1/2 hour the breadmaker
has cooled off enough for you to
use it again for baking or preparing
- Before cleaning, always remove the
plug from the outlet and allow the
appliance to cool off.
- Never use aggressive cleaners,
such as chemical cleaners, oven
cleaners, and so on.
- Remove all ingredients and crumbs
from the lid, housing and the pan
with a damp cloth.
- Never immerse the breadmaker in
water, and never fill the appliance
with water. You can easily remove
the lid by placing it at an angle of 45º
and pulling it loose.
- Clean the housing on the inside
and outside with a damp cloth.
Always clean and dry the appliance
carefully after each use.
- The kneading hook and shaft must
be cleaned immediately after every
- If the kneading hook remains in the
pan after use, it can be difficult to
remove it later. But if that is the
case, fill the pan with warm water,
wait 30 minutes, and remove the
kneading hook so you can clean it.
The pan and the kneading hook both
have a non-stick coating. You should
therefore never use metal
kitchen utensils that could scratch or
damage the surface.
- It is normal for the colour of the
non-stick coating to change after the
first few uses. This does not