Place the ingredients in the bread pan
Remove the bread pan and
set the kneading blade
Twist the bread pan anti-
clockwise and lift up to
Ensure the kneading blade
is firmly on the kneading
Ensure that the
shaft and kneading
blade are clean, see
P. 42 for cleaning.
• Use the specified kneading
blade when baking rye bread.
• The kneading blade is designed to fit loosely on the
Baking bread with
Clean and dry
Turn to P. 22–27
for bread recipes
Place the measured ingredients
in the bread pan
Place the dry ingredients
except dry yeast.
(flour, sugar, salt, etc.)
• Flour must be weighed on
Pour in the water and any other
• Wipe the outside of the bread
pan to remove any flour or
Put the bread pan into the
Bread Maker and turn slightly
Close the lid.
Place the dry yeast in the yeast
If the yeast dispenser is wet,
absorb wetness with tissue etc.
(Do not rub the yeast dispenser,
otherwise the yeast will not drop
into the bread pan due to static.)
For optimum results, don't open the lid until bread is complete as it
affects bread quality.
Plug the Bread Maker into a
Make sure the start light is
off before selecting a program.
Set the program and start
Select a bake menu
(The display shows when menu '01' is selected.)
See P. 10 for menu, availability of size and crust.
To change the size
To change the crust colour
To set the timer
e.g. It is 9:00 PM now, and you want the bread to be ready at 6:30 the next
Set the timer to '9:30' (9 hours 30 minutes from now).
• Pressing the pad once will advance the timer by 10 minutes (hold to
advance more quickly).
Press Start pad to start the machine
Time until the selected program is complete
The start light will come on.
Remove the bread
Press Stop pad and
when machine beeps 8 times and the bar
at 'End' flashes.
The flashing start light will go off.
Remove the bread
allow to cool, for example, on a wire rack
Unplug after use
The Bread Maker has a keep warm
facility to reduce condensation of steam
within the loaf which operates if the
stop pad is not pressed on completion
of the program.
However, this will accelerate the
browning of the crust, therefore, upon
completion of baking, switch off the
unit, remove the bread immediately
from the unit to cool it.
If you leave the bread to cool down in
the bread pan, moisture will be retained
within the loaf which will affect the
finished quality of the loaf. Therefore,
cool on a wire rack to ensure optimum
quality of the loaf.