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in 10-minute increments until you reach 8:30. The maximum time for timer is 13 hours (13:00). The bread or dough process time is
automatically figured into the delay time, as this is the time from which you begin to count up
2. Press START/STOP button once to turn the bread maker on. The red light will glow, the colon between hours and minutes will flash
and the timer will count down by 1-minute intervals. When the timer reaches the programmed bread or dough process time, the machine
will begin making bread or dough. When the bread/dough is done, 0:00 will appear in the display and an audible alert will sound to let
you know it is done. If in the bread mode, the bread maker will automatically go into the Keep Warm mode for up to 3 hours or until
the bread maker is turned off. If in the Dough mode, the bread maker will automatically turn itself off when the dough is complete.
Unplug cord from electrical outlet. Remove bread or dough from bread maker. Always use potholder or oven mitt when removing hot
bread pan from bread maker after baking. Cool loaf on rack 15 to 30 minutes before slicing.
CAUTION: To avoid burn injury, do not touch cover, vent or sidewalls of bread maker during the bake cycles, as these surfaces are
hot. Do not put hands inside oven chamber or touch the heating unit after completion of the bake cycle, as these surfaces are also hot.
Always allow bread to cool at least 15 to 30 minutes before slicing. If you attempt to slice the bread immediately after baking, it will
be very difficult to slice and will be sticky.
Since homemade bread contains no preservatives, it does not stay as fresh for as long as commercially made bread. Store your bread in
a plastic bag to keep it from drying out. Keep the bread at room temperature or in the refrigerator for up to one week. For longer
storage, put the bread in the freezer. Slice before freezing so you can remove only the number of slices you need at a time.
CLEAN AFTER EACH USE
DO NOT IMMERSE BOTTOM OF BREAD PAN IN WATER!
The bread pan is not immersible and should never be washed in an automatic dishwasher. This can cause damage to the bearings that
turns the knead bars and reduce the non-stick qualities of the coating, causing the bread to stick.
1. Unplug cord from electrical outlet and allow bread maker to cool before cleaning.
2. The bread pan and knead bars must be cleaned after each use to ensure performance. After bread is removed from pan, fill pan half
full with warm water and small amount of dish soap. Set pan in empty sink or on hot pad and allow to soak for 5 to 10 minutes or until
knead bars can be lifted off shaft. Twist bar slightly to loosen. The knead bar must soak in water before it can be removed. Wash
inside of pan and knead bars with a soft cloth, rinse and dry. Replace bars on shaft. Also, be sure that shafts in bottom of pan are kept
clean to ensure that the knead bars fits properly. DO NOT use any type of utensil or tool to clean the gasket around the shafts as
damage will occur and result in leakage. DO NOT use any abrasive scouring pads or cleansers on bread pan or knead bars as damage
to finish can occur. The coating inside of bread pan may change color over time, which is normal and does not affect the bread or
CAUTION: To prevent personal injury or electric shock, do not immerse bread maker base, its cord or plug in water or other liquid.
3. Wipe inside of chamber and outside surfaces of bread maker with a damp cloth if necessary. The door is removable for cleaning if
needed. Simply open it 90 degrees and lift up to disengage from hinge pins. Wipe cover with a damp, soapy cloth and dry. DO NOT
immerse door in water or place in automatic dishwasher as water will get in between the parts and cause damage. After cleaning,
replace door by aligning socket openings over hinge pins. Lower door onto pins. Door should move freely from side to side after being
So you know exactly what is going on inside the bread maker during the process time, the following chart breaks down the time in
minutes that each cycle requires. These times are approximate and should be used only as a guide. The total process time is also given
in hours and minutes depending on the crust selection made.