Control Panel Description - Kenmore Choice 69623 Owner's Manual

Bread machine
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CONTROL PANEL DESCRiPTiON
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I PM INDICATOR
LIGHT
2 AM INDICATOR
LIGHT
3 DISPLAY-
Shows time remaining
until a set
program
is completed.
PROCESS
INDICATOR
The indicator
flashes
to show
that
the
process
shown
is taking
place.
4 KNEADING
INDICATOR
LIGHT
5 RISING
INDICATOR
LIGHT
6 BAKING
INDICATOR
LIGHT
7 COOLING
INDICATOR
LIGHT
8 TIMER
SET
INDICATOR
LIGHT
9 CLOCK
MODE
INDICATOR
LIGHT
10 PROGRAMMABLE
TIMER
INDICATOR
LIGHT
11 MINUTE
BUTTON
(See Page 6)
12 HOUR
BUTTON
(See Page 6)
13 CLOCK SETTING
BUTTON-
Press to select
clock setting mode. (See Page 6)
14 PROGRAM
SELECT
BUTTON-
Press to se-
lect the program
you desire. Each time the but-
ton is pressed,
the mode setting is changed
in
the following
order:
"Yeast Bread" -+ "Whole
Grain"-+ "Quick Bread" --> "Mixing"-+
"Multi-
logic
TM
program"_
"Yeast Bread"
15 START
BUTTON-
Press to begin the bread
making
process.
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16 TIMER SET- Press to program
the Bread Ma-
chine to start up to 12 hours later.
17 BAKING
CONTROL
- Used
to fine-adjust
the temperature
sensor to change the degree of
baking.
18 LIGHT
SETTING
INDICATOR
LIGHT-
Less-baked
for lighter crust.
19 DARK
SETTING
INDICATOR
LIGHT-
Well baked for darker crust.
20 MEDIUM
SETTING
INDICATOR
LIGHT-
Normal
baking setting.
21 CLEAR/STOP
BUTTON-
Used
to stop
or
reset the Bread Machine.
MODE
INDICATOR
The indicator
turns
on to indicate
the selected
course.
22 WHOLE
GRAIN
INDICATOR
LIGHT-
To
make 100% whole grain bread.
23 YEAST
BREAD
INDICATOR
LIGHT-
To
make yeast bread that contains white flour.
24 QUICK
BREAD
INDICATOR
LIGHT-
To
make breads that contain baking powder/soda
rather than yeast.
25 MIXING
INDICATOR
LIGHT-
To make
cookie or pastry dough.
26 MULTI-LOGIC
TM
PROGRAM
INDICATOR
LIGHT-To
program
the Bread Machine for the
frequency
and length of the 2rid kneading,
2rid
rising, baking
and cool down cycles.
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