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Some bread machines warm the ingredients before starting. If your machine hasn't started within 30 minutes of you pushing the start button then your machine may be broken. google me at
Daryl Wayland Nash if you need more help
If the leak is not too bad and you are NOT using the delay timer. Put all the ingredients in flour etc. add the liquid last and just before pushing the start button pour the yeast in. You can do this until you locate a "pan assembly" for your machine or email me at breadmachineshelp.com for good used machines. I have a pan assembly for the K6725 if you are interested in it let me know.
Place the ingredients into the bread machine, liquid first, then flour and dry ingredients, make a little pit in the top of the flour and put the yeast in there. Then start the machine. You add fruit and nuts later, usually there is a beep for adding things.
Look at the box first. Many times it will have instructions on
it. However sometimes it may not and have only the the dry
ingredients. If the box has no instructions, see how many cups of
flour the mix uses. If it uses 3 cups of flour total, the mix is
for a 1 1/2 pound loaf. If the mix uses 2 cups of flour it will
make a 1 pound loaf. Box missing this info? It's time to
take the flour out of the box to measure it with at measuring
cup. Mixes sometimes combine all the ingredients together so it
will measure bit more than 3 cups for a 1 1/2 pound loaf or 2 cups for
1 pound loaf. After finding out how big the loaf is going to be
then get the bread pan and instruction manual and start constructing
the dough. I'd find the recipe in the manual that matches the mix
the best to find out how much liquid to use. (for a classic whit
its 1 cup for 1 1/2 pound leaf and 3/4 cup for 1 pound loaf) Then I put
the liquid in the pan first along with butter (if necessary), followed
by the dry ingredients in the mix with the yeast at the top. Put
the pan into the bread machine and select 1 or 1 1/2 loaf or if it is a
french or sweet bread. Press start. Unfortunately I have a
different machine than you do, but I think this will help.