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PROPER CARE AND
THE BREADMAKER BY MR. COFFEE
Unplug the power cord and allow the breadmaker
Caution: Do not pour water into the inner case or submerge the breadmaker
Use only a mild detergent
clean the breadmaker. To avoid damaging the
smooth surfaces of the breadmaker and inner
do not use chemical liquid
cleaners (such as benzene or thinners), nonabrasive or abrasive cleansers, or
scrubbing brushes or pads to clean the breadmaker or inner pot surfaces.
Lid and Inner Case
Wipe the outside of the
body and the lid with a damp cloth.
Remove any flour, bread crumbs or other
from the inside of the inner
case using a damp sponge or cloth or a
portable vacuum cleaner.
Both the inner pot and the kneader blade are coated with a nonstick surface.
Do not use any cleaners or utensils that could scratch this
The nonstick surface may change in appearance after continued used.
caused by moisture and steam and has no effect on its use or quality.
Remove the inner pot with kneader blade from the inner case and
damp sponge or dishcloth, making sure the kneader blade mounting shaft is also
very clean. The inner pot interior can be washed with soapy waler, but do not
in water. Wash after each use and dry thoroughly.
Do not soak either part in water or wash in a dishwasher.
difficult to remove the kneader blade from the inner pot, fill the inner pot
with warm water and let
stand a few minutes
allow any baked-on bread
the kneader blade becomes clogged, clean It out with a soft bristle
brush or wooden or plastic toothpicks.
Storing the tlreadmaker
Make sure the breadmaker base has cooled completely and all parts
thoroughly cleaned and dried.
e lid open until the breadmaker is completely cool. This will avoid the
furmation of any moisture in the inner case.