Hamilton Beach Hamilton Beach HomeBaker Breadmaker Bread Maker User Manual

To clean kneading paddle:
If the kneading paddle is difficult
to remove from the bread, add
water to the bottom of the bread
pan and allow to soak for up to
1 hour.
Wipe the paddle carefully with a
damp cloth. The kneading paddle
is dishwasher-safe.
To clean bread pan:
Remove the bread pan by turning
it counterclockwise. Wipe inside
and outside of bread pan with
a damp cloth. Do not use any
abrasive agents, in order to
protect the nonstick coating.
The bread pan must be dried
completely before installation.
NOTE: The bread pan and kneading
paddles are dishwasher-safe. The
outside of the bread pan and base
may discolor. This is normal.
To clean housing and top lid:
After use, allow unit to cool. Use
a damp cloth to wipe lid, housing,
baking chamber, and interior of
viewing window. Do not use any
abrasive cleaners for cleaning,
since this will degrade the high
polish of the surface. Never
immerse the housing into water
for cleaning.
Before the breadmaker is packed
for storage, ensure that it has
completely cooled down, is clean
and dry, and the top lid is closed.
Removing Bread
Bread pan and baking chamber will be hot
and oven mitts should be used. Remove the
bread pan by lifting the handle and turning it
counterclockwise to unlock it from the base
of the chamber.
Carefully shake the bread upside down until
the loaf falls out of the bread pan. Allow to
cool on a wire rack for 10 minutes before
TIP: If the kneading paddle comes out in the
loaf, remove it with a spatula or small utensil.
Allow to cool for 10 minutes and slice with a bread knife.
Storing Homemade Bread
Fresh-baked bread is best when consumed as soon as possible.
To store, wrap cooled loaf in foil or a plastic bag to preserve
freshness. Bread can be frozen for up to 6 months.
When baking is complete, the unit will switch to the Keep Warm setting for up to
1 hour.
Press and hold the START/STOP button for 2 seconds to end this cycle before
removing bread pan.
Electrical Shock Hazard.
Disconnect power before cleaning. Do not immerse cord, plug, or housing in any liquid. Allow breadmaker
to cool down completely before cleaning.
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