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4.Plug bread maker cord into a 120 volt AC electrical outlet ONLY. Press
the Bread Select button until indicator arrow points to the desired bread
setting: BASIC/SPECIALTY or
WHOLE WHEAT. If you pass the desired setting, just continue to press
the Bread Select button until desired setting is reached.
5.Press the Bread Color button until indicator arrow points to the desired
crust color: LIGHT, MEDIUM or DARK. If you pass the desired color,
just continue to press the Bread Color button until desired setting is
reached. Program Delay Start Timer if desired.
6.Press START/STOP button once to turn bread maker on. When turned on,
the red light under the word ON will glow and the colon between hours
and minutes will flash. The bread will begin to mix and then proceed
through the cycles until done. Time will count down in minutes so you
always know how much time remains.
After the bread maker has been turned on, the programmed settings cannot be
changed. If you wish to change settings, hold START/STOP button down until red
ON light goes out. Then program control as desired and turn back on.
SPECIAL NOTE: If using the BASIC/SPECIALTY bread setting, an audible alert will
sound 30 minutes after the bread maker is turned on. This is the time to add ingredients
such as raisins, fruit, nuts or cheese as directed in the recipe. Simply open the cover and
add the ingredients to the dough as it is being kneaded. DO NOT STOP THE BREAD
MAKER TO ADD INGREDIENTS. The added ingredients will be mixed into the dough
during the remainder of the kneading time.
CAUTION: To avoid burn injury, do not touch cover, vent or sidewalls of bread maker
during the bake cycle, as these surfaces are hot.
7.When the cycle is complete, 0:00 will appear in the display and an audible alert will
sound to let you know the bread is done. Turn bread maker off by holding the
START/STOP button down until the ON light goes out. The just completed program will
reappear in the display. Unplug cord from electrical outlet.
It is best to remove the bread immediately from the bread maker for a crispy crust. Open
the cover and remove the bread pan by the handle using a potholder or oven mitt, turning
the pan clockwise to unlock, then lifting the pan out of the bread maker. Handle bread
pan carefully as it is hot.
CAUTION: To avoid burn injury, always use potholders or oven mitt to remove the hot
bread pan from the bread maker. To remove loaf of bread from pan, always use potholder
or mitt to grasp bottom of hot bread pan.
Invert bread pan and shake until loaf falls out. Place loaf of bread onto a cooling rack for
at least 15 to 30 minutes for easier slicing.