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 and a buzzer will sound notifying you the program has ended.
COLOR BUTTON: Press the COLOR button to select your crust color, the LCD display will show selection. Color option not available for Jam, Pasta or Dessert programs.
LOAF BUTTON: You can choose between a 1 pound loaf or a 1.5 pound loaf. Press the LOAF button to select desired size. The LCD display will indicate the setting selected.
START/STOP BUTTON: Press once to start the program. Press again to stop the program. To cancel, press and hold down button for two seconds and the program will reset.
MENU SELECT BUTTON Press to select the bread program you want. Each time you push the button you will hear an beep and a number (C-1 through C-12) will show up just above the time setting on the display and indicates which program you have selected. When program is started the display will show time remaining in Hours: Minutes. Time depends on the selected program combinations and can be adjusted to your tastes.
Program #1: Basic
For white and mixed breads mainly consisting of wheat flour or rye flour. Add ingredients into the barrell. When display reads 2:20 (1.0 lb) or 2:25 (1.50 lb.) the bread maker will alert you to add any extra desired ingredients.
Program #2: 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 2:20 (1.0 lb) or 2:25 (1.50 lb.) the bread maker will alert you to add any extra desired ingredients.
Program #3: 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 2:55 (1.0 lb) or 3:00 (1.50 lb.) the bread maker will alert you to add any extra desired ingredients.
Program #4: 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 2:12 (1.0 lb) or 2:17 (1.50 lb.) the bread maker will alert you to add any extra desired ingredients.
Program #5: Quick
Kneading, rise and baking, but rise with soda or baking powder. When display reads 1:45 (1.0 lb) or 1:50 (1.50 lb.) the bread maker will alert you to add any extra desired ingredients.
Program #6: Gluten-free
The GF setting will not have the loaf rise a 2nd time. When display reads 2:15 (1.0 lb) or 2:20 (1.50 lb.) the bread maker will alert you to add any extra desired ingredients.
Program #7: Blend
For mixing water and flour used for pie crusts or dumplings.
Program #8: Dough
For preparing dough. In this program no baking is done.
Program #9: Cake
Kneading, rise and bakes for cake. Just add your ingredients.
Program #10: Jam
For making jam.
Program #11: Yogurt
Add ingredients and press start. Times can be adjusted (6 - 10 hours) depending on the environment conditions.
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 plug from the electrical outlet.
If you have a power outage or disruption while using your appliance and power is restored within 10 minutes, the appliance will automatically resume the program from when the power was disconnected. 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 again.
DELAYED TIME SETTING
The timer function enables delayed baking. If you want the appliance not to start immediately you can use this button to set the delay time. Decide how long it will be until you want bread to be ready by pressing the “Time”. Please note the delay time does include the baking time. First the program. loaf size and degree of browning must be selected, then pressing “Time” to adjust the time at increments of 10 minutes. Maximum time setting is 13 hours.
Example: It is 8:30 p.m., if you would like your bread to be ready in the next morning at 7 a.m., i.e. in 10 hours and 30 minutes. Select your menu, color, loaf size then press the “Time” to adjust the time until 10:30 appears on the display. Then press the “Start” to activate the program. Display will show time remaining.
Note: Do not use the delayed time setting when working with perishable ingredients
such as eggs, milk, cream or cheese.