"1a"Operating Instructions « Back

You can use the automatic bread maker to bake according to your taste. Choose from 12 baking programs to make jam, cake or to knead noodle dough.

LCD INFORMATION DISPLAY
The LCD display will show you the following information:
- The program number that you have selected.
- The loaf size selected.
- The crust color setting.
- The time remaining in the baking cycle once the start button has been pressed. Note that the display will read 0:00 once baking cycle is complete.

COLOR BUTTON
Press the COLOR button to select your crust color, the LCD display will show your selection. This option is not available for programs Jam, Pasta, and Dessert.

LOAF BUTTON
You can choose between a small 1 pound loaf or a large 1.5 pound loaf. Press the LOAF button to select desired size. The LCD display will indicate the setting you have selected.
Note: The default setting of the appliance is Large (1.5 lb) and Loaf size option is disabled for programs #7-12.

START/STOP BUTTON
Press to start your program. Note, do not press the START/STOP button once your program has started, by pressing and holding down this button for two seconds the appliance will stop and the program you selected will reset.

MENU SELECT BUTTON
Press this button to select the kind of bread program you want. Each time you push the button you will hear an audible beep and a number will show up just above the time setting on the LCD display, this number will indicate which program you have selected.
Below is a list of programs and descriptions that are available. Breadmaking time depends on the selected program combinations. When pressing buttons an audible signal will be heard, unless the appliance is in operation. “For programs 1 thru 6 there is an option available that alerts you when the optimal time is to add nuts or fruit to the recipe if desired. A series of 10 audible beeps will
occur, at this time you can add your additional ingredients, this will not disrupt the bread making process. Listed below, in the program description, are the times that the bread maker will notify you of this option.”

Program #1: Basic
For white and mixed breads mainly consisting of wheat flour or rye flour, has a compact consistency. When display reads “2:10” the bread maker will alert you to add extra ingredients.

Program #2: French
For light breads made from fine flour. Normally the bread is fluffy and has a crispy crust. This is not suitable for baking recipes requiring butter, margarine or milk. When display reads “2:34” the bread maker will alert you to add extra ingredients.

Program #3: Whole Wheat
For breads with heavy varieties of flour that require a longer phase of kneading and rising (for example, whole wheat flour and rye flour). The bread will be more compact and heavy. When display reads “2:44” the bread maker will alert you to add extra ingredients.

Program #4: Quick
Kneading, rise and baking, but rise with soda or baking powder. When display reads “1:35” the bread maker will alert you to add extra ingredients.

Program #5: Sweet
For breads with additives such as fruit juices, grated coconut, raisins, dry fruits, chocolate or added sugar. Due to a longer phase of rising the bread will be light and airy. When display reads “2:11” the bread maker will alert you to add extra ingredients.

Program #6: Ultra-fast
Kneading, rise and baking is done in least time. The bread is the most coarse among all bread menus. When display reads “1:10” the bread maker will alert you to add extra ingredients.

Program #7: Dessert
For baking dessert.

Program #8: Pasta
For preparing noodle dough. In this program no baking is done.

Program #9: Dough
For preparing dough. In this program no baking is done.

Program #10: Jam
For making jam.

Program #11: Cake
Kneading, rise and bakes for cake.

Program #12: Bake
For additional baking of breads that are too light or not baked through. In this program there is no kneading or resting. The bread will be kept warm for nearly an hour after the end of the baking operation. This prevents the bread from becoming too moist. To turn off
the warming function press the“ Start/Stop” button for 2 seconds, until one long audible signal is heard. To switch off the appliance, disconnect the appliance from the power supply.

MEMORY FUNCTION
If you have a power outage or disruption while using your appliance, the LCD display will turn blank and the appliance will stop working. If power is resumed within 10 minutes of the outage, the appliance will start up and complete the program. If the outage
is longer than 10 minutes it will be necessary to unplug the unit, clean the contents of the bread pan and start from the beginning. This does not apply, however, when you cancel or stop the baking process by pressing the “Start/Stop” button for 2 seconds.

DELAYED TIME SETTING
The timer function enables delayed baking. If you want the appliance to not start working immediately you can use this button to set the delay time. You must decide how long it will be before your bread is ready by pressing the “Time up arrow”. Please note the delay time should include the baking time of program. That is, at the completion of delay time, there is hot bread that can be served. At first the program and degree of browning must be selected, then pressing “Time up arrow” to increase the delay time at increments of 10 minutes. Maximum delay is 13 hours.
Example: Now it is 8:30 p.m., if you would like your bread to be ready in the next morning at 7 o’clock, i.e. in 10 hours and 30 minutes. Select your menu, color, loaf size then press the “Time up arrow” to add the time until 10:30 appears on the LCD. Then press the “Start/Stop” button to activate this delay program. You can see the dot flashed and LCD will count down to show the remaining time. You will get fresh bread at 7:00 in the morning, If you don’t want to take out the bread immediately, the keep warm time of 1hour starts.
Note: Do not use the delayed time setting when working with perishable ingredients such as eggs, milk, cream or cheese.

BEFORE BAKING BREAD
• Remove bread pan from appliance, before putting in the ingredients. If ingredients reach the baking area, a fire hazard may be caused by ingredients heating up on the heater.
• Always put the ingredients in the stated order into the bread pan.
• All ingredients should be room temperature to maintain an optimal rising of the yeast.
• Measure the ingredients precisely. Even negligible deviations from the quantities specified in the recipe may affect the baking results.
Note: Never use larger quantities than those specified. Too much dough can rise out of the bread pan and drop onto the hot heating elements, causing a fire hazard.

BAKING BREAD
Place the bread machine on an even and firm surface.
Note: The maximum quantities of flour and yeast is 680g (1.5 lb.) recipes.
(1) Remove bread pan from appliance by turning to the left and lift.
(2) Push the kneading paddles onto the drive shafts in the bread pan. Make sure they are firmly in place.
(3) Put the ingredients for your recipe in the stated order into the bread pan. First add the liquids, sugar and salt, then the flour, adding the yeast as the last ingredient. (Make sure that yeast does not come into contact with salt or liquid for best results).
(4) Place the bread pan back into the appliance and twist right to lock.
(5) Close the appliance lid.
(6) Plug the power plug into the electrical outlet rated 120V. An audible signal sounds and the display indicates the program number and the duration of the normal program.
(7) Program your settings or select a pre-program with the “MENU” button. Each input is confirmed by an audible signal and shown on the LCD.
(8) Select the color of your bread. The marking on the display shows whether you have chosen light, medium or dark.
(9) You now have the possibility of setting the finish time of your program via the delay timer function. You can enter a maximum delay of up to 13 hours.

Starting a Program
After selecting desired program using MENU button, start the program using the “Start/Stop” button. The program will automatically run various operations. Occasionally, condensation may occur during baking in the window. The appliance lid can be opened during
kneading but DO NOT open the lid during baking, which can cause bread to collapse.

Ending a program
When the baking process has been completed, an audible signal is heard and the display indicates 0:00. At the end of the program the appliance automatically changes to a warming mode for up to 1 hour. In this mode, warm air circulates inside the appliance. You can turn off the warming function by keeping the “Start/Stop” button pressed until audible signal is heard. Warning! Before opening the appliance lid, pull the power plug out of the electrical outlet.

Taking out the bread, always use pot holders or oven gloves. Hold the bread pan tilted over a cooling rack and shake lightly until the bread slides out of the bread pan. Do not use any metal objects that may lead to scratches on the non-stick coating. After
removing the bread, immediately rinse the bread pan with warm water. This prevents the kneading paddles from sticking to the drive shaft.
Tip: Remove the kneading paddles after the last kneading of the dough and the bread will remain whole when removed from bread pan. To do this, briefly press the Start/Stop button, to interrupt the baking process or pull the power plug out of the wall socket. Open the appliance lid and take out the bread pan. You can take the dough out with floured hands and remove the kneading paddles. Replace the dough and close the lid. Push the plug back into the wall socket and press the “Start/Stop” button. The baking program is resumed. Let the bread cool for 15-30 minutes before eating. Before cutting bread, make sure that kneading paddle is not in the loaf.

Warning! Do not attempt to start operating the bread maker, before it has either cooled down or warmed up. If the display shows “H:HH” after the program has been started, it means that the temperature inside of bread pan is too high. You should stop the program and unplug the power plug immediately. Then open the lid and let the machine cool down completely before using again. If the display shows “L:LL” after the program has been started, it means that the temperature inside of bread pan is too low. You should place the bread maker in a warmer environment.
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