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16. Kneader cannot
be removed.
17. Bread sticks to pan/
difficult to shake out.
18. Bread maker not
operating/Kneader not
19. Ingredients not mixed.
20. Burning odour noted
during operation.
21. Bread maker moving
on the worktop.
22. Machine unplugged
by mistake or power
lost for more than
8 minutes.
How can I save
the bread?.
• You must add water to bread pan and
allow kneader to soak before it can
be removed.
• Can happen over prolonged use.
• Bread maker not switched on
• Pan not correctly located.
• Delay timer selected.
• Did not start bread maker.
• Forgot to put kneader in pan.
• Ingredients spilled inside oven.
• Pan leaks.
• Exceeding capacity of bread pan.
• Dirt or dry ingredient dust on bottom of
feet stopping the feet from gripping onto
the worktop.
• If machine is in knead cycle, discard ingredients and start again.
• If machine is in rise cycle, remove dough from bread pan, shape and place in
greased 23 x 12.5cm/9 x 5 in. loaf tin, cover and allow to rise until doubled in size.
Use bake only setting 10 or bake in pre-heated conventional oven at
200ºC/400ºF/Gas mark 6 for 30-35 minutes or until golden brown.
• If machine is in bake cycle, use the bake only setting 10 or bake in pre-heated
conventional oven at 200ºC/400ºF/Gas mark 6 and remove top rack. Carefully
remove pan from machine and place on bottom rack in oven. Bake until golden brown.
• Follow cleaning instructions after use.
You may need to twist kneader slightly
after soaking to loosen.
• Lightly wipe the inside of bread pan
with vegetable oil.
• Refer to "Service and customer care"
• Check on/off switch
• Check the pan is locked in place.
• Bread maker will not start until the
countdown reaches the program start
• After programming control panel, press
start button to turn bread maker on.
• Always make sure kneader is on shaft
in bottom of pan before adding
• Be careful not to spill ingredients when
adding to pan. Ingredients can burn on
heating unit and cause smoke.
• See "Service and Customer care"
• Do not use more ingredients than
recommended in recipe and always
measure ingredients accurately.
• Always use the bread maker on a dry clean
• Wipe any dirt or dust off the feet with a damp
is in the ON position.

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