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Smoke coming from machine during baking

Mixing and rising stages worked as usual. During baking stage heavy smoke pouring out vent

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  • Rob360 Dec 22, 2008

    I have the same problem.. and I opened it up to see what was wrong. Smoke was not coming from the mixture but from the electric motor operating the blade. Also, the machine made more noise mixing than before. Did you have that too?


    I don't know what to do, anybody knows an email address to contact the manufacturer?

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SOURCE: Bread Rises Beautifully - then sinks in middle during bake cycle

Sinking in the middle means that there was too much rising for the amount of structure in the bread.
Usual causes:
-too much yeast (reduce 1/2 tsp.)
-too much sugar (reduce 1/2 tsp.)
-not enough salt (increase 1/4 tsp.)
-too much water (reduce 1 tbsp)
Another possible remedy: use "best for bread" flour, it has more gluten, or add gluten separately, 1 tbsp.

Start with reducing amount of water.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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SOURCE: Sanyo Breadmaker will not finish the baking cycle.

The manual just say that an error E:05 is a bread maker malfunction and you can't fix it but must get it serviced.

Posted on Aug 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Would there be any problem if I removed the paddle

Hi, No problem at all. People do this to prevent the paddle from staying in the bread. If bread machine does not have a pause, take the pan out of the machine to remove the paddle to be safe, and do this before final rise and baking cycles. Hank

Posted on Mar 19, 2010

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SOURCE: the paddle keeps coming off during mixing and

Hi, The sealed bearing located on the bottom of the bread pan has failed. This bearing is sealed with lubricant to allow the paddle shaft to spin easily. The black stain you see is the lubricating grease. You need a new bread pan. Hank

Posted on Jan 25, 2011

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Bread not rising as it used to, not sure if problem with paddle or...?


just as a hint - there is few thousand breadmaker manufacturers... each of them is making several models... we do not live with you...

how we can help if we do not know what manufacturer and model?!? telepathy is overrated...

now, paddle have nothing to do with rise of the bread, yeast and temperature do! if paddle is mixing the dough - there is no problem with paddle!

buy pack of new yeasts (dry if you use dry, i prefer live ones), then try bake again, if bake is ok, you solved your problem, yeasts were old and enzymes stop working, if there is no change in results with new yeasts, try use same yeasts in different machine, if result is ok in different machine, you heating element is at fault... time for new machine...

you do not need to be super accurate with your baking, allow little play...

my favourite bread:
3.75 cup flour (non-bleached!)
1.75 cup milk (tepid, body temperature)
2 table spoon olive oil or butter
1 teaspoon sugar
1 teaspoon salt
3 sachets dry yeast (21g - 0.7oz) if live yeast - about golfball size

enjoy!

and do not forget to vote...

Feb 11, 2015 | Breadmakers

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How can I get the machine to start the bread making process from the beginning. It is currently stuck on knead.


Do you have your owners manual and have you baked bread in your machine before? Just want to be sure that you know the stages that the machine goes through. The first mixing and kneading stage in a tr444 will take up to 15 minutes before it stops on its own. It will then let the dough rest for about 1/2 hour before the 2nd knead begins. It takes almost 4 hours for your machine to go through all the stages before your baked bread is finished.

Jan 15, 2015 | Breadman TR444 Bread Maker

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The mixer paddle leaves a hole in the bottom of the loaf. How can we prevent this?


There is only one way to do that. And even with this method you will still have a small hole in
the loaf where the spindle is in the bottom of the pan. Look at your owners manual and find the page
that shows cycle times for each program.
What you can do is remove the dough ball after the final "punch down" of
the dough. That is the final action
before the last RISE and the final BAKE stage.
On most programs each of those two stages lasts about 45 to 60 minutes
each stage. After the final punch down
with lightly floured hands reach and remove the dough ball extract the paddle
and replace the dough ball in the pan.
It will then rise and bake. You
don't need the paddle in there because no further kneading takes place just the
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Oct 10, 2013 | Black & Decker B2000 Bread Maker

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Kneading Paddle


All bread machines have a final "punch down" of the dough that lasts a few seconds before the final rise stage. When "punch down" is over that is when you can remove the dough ball, remove the paddle, set it aside and place the dough ball back in the pan. It usually helps to have your hands dusted with a little bit of flour.

Apr 21, 2013 | Morphy Richards Breadmakers

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In the middle of baking cycle kneading starts for a little while and damages the loaf. How to fix this programm error?


Most bread machines do a little "punch down" before the final bake stage. The bake stage doesn't really begin until after the final 4-10 seconds of "punch down". Then the bake stage really begins and lasts about one hour.

Apr 01, 2013 | Black & Decker B2300 Bread Machine

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When I bake a loaf of bread it comes out of the machine with the ceramic mixing paddle baked into the loaf! How do I keep this from happening?


That often happens with bread machines. You can lessen the possibility by using milk in place of water and also choose light crust. This is pretty advanced but if it really bugs you,,, here goes.... After the final punch down and at the very beginning of the final "rise" stage you can remove the dough ball with one hand,( lightly flour your hands first) try to remove the paddle with the other hand from the dough ball and return the dough ball to the center of the pan, and close the lid Just be sure you don't remove your dough ball too early... check your owner manual and be sure you don't remove it BEFORE THE FINAL PUNCH DOWN....!

Feb 15, 2013 | Breadmakers

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When my machine goes into the next to the last rise I have a loaf about 5' but then when it goes into the last rise before it bakes it never rises high again. The finished loaf is about 3 1/2" high....


Not fully understanding this but it sounds like you are opening the lid too much and spoiling the rise. Only open the lid when at the dough stage if necessary.
Bread will not keep warm, it will steam and go wet and soft in the pan. Open the lid when the cycle has finished and remove the loaf.
Try re-setting your machine by holding down the start button till the display goes out.

Jan 28, 2011 | West Bend 41048 Bread & Dough Maker

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My machine was unplugged for no more than 3 seconds during kneading. it is quiet now and on ALERT. on a 5 hour whole wheat xl loaf..now at 3:02. how do i restart it and move it off of alert


If you feel your dough has kneaded and risen enough, try pushing the stop button until it beeps. Then unplug and replug and select the bake stage and using the timer feature put enough time on the bake cycle to equal the bake time of your original whole wheat bake stage. That time should be on your page in the manual that shows the length of all the programs.

Oct 28, 2010 | Panasonic SD-YD250 Bread Maker

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Would there be any problem if I removed the paddle after all dough mixing has been completed?(before baking stage)


Hi, No problem at all. People do this to prevent the paddle from staying in the bread. If bread machine does not have a pause, take the pan out of the machine to remove the paddle to be safe, and do this before final rise and baking cycles. Hank

Mar 19, 2010 | Sunbeam 5891 Bread Maker

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Keeading blades


I had the same problem. I find the loaves to be a much better size if I just use program setting 8 - Dough then put the dough in 2 regular bread pans or on cookie sheets (bagetts), let them have a second rising and finish them in the convection oven at 350 F for 21 minutes.

Nov 20, 2009 | Black & Decker B2300 Bread Machine

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