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As far as I can tell from reading the manual, you have to let the breadmaker cool down before doing another loaf. If you have your manual, on page 10, very last notation: NOTE; The Bread Maker will not operate again until it has cooled down. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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That is a temperature warning that is an automatic feature on bread machines. What the machine is telling you is that the oven chamber is still too hot from baking the last loaf. It does that to prevent you from starting another loaf and having that loaf fail due to the high heat killing the yeast. If you want to bake more than one loaf push the STOP button till it beeps, unplug the machine, raise the lid, and leave it open for no less than 20 minutes. It should work fine by then if not let cool off another 10 minutes. It will be cool enough by ½ an hour to start another one.
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