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Dak Turbo Baker II (similar to Wellbilt?) Won't go on to the 1st rising stage. The ball of dough just keeps going around & around.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i have the same bread machine and sometimes it has the same problem. my solution is to take the pan out and place it back as deep as possible. i even made a little mark on one side of the pan and it's always on right side when it's in a machine. but the rule is to place the pan deep. sometimes it just looks like deep enough but not really. hope it'll help.
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
I think I have the manual you may be looking for. It includes directions and recipes. I could photo cpy it and mail it to you or email it. Let me know.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
paddles could be slipping. that was my issue. Here's the solution if so.
What happened in my case is that the nut holding the rotor that drives the left paddle was loose, allowing the paddle to slip. Only one paddle would knead and mix. The belts in my machine are fine, in fact so massive I can't imagine them breaking. But access? Yikes.
So, forget the screws on the bottom. They just hold on the feet. Remove all the screws around the top of the baking chamber, the two that hold the control panel on, and the remaining screws under it. There are about 12 screws. Remove the 6 at the bottom of the baking chamber, but not the 2 that hold down the element. Remove the metal sides of the baking chamber (it's one piece). All this is to get access to the screws that really hold the works to the base. They're around the perimeter of the metal chassis on which the motor and element are mounted. Remove them (get help or arrange something to keep the control panel from exerting too much pull on the wires to the element. You could unplug the control unit but I didn't need to.)
Once you lift the motor assembly exposing the belts underneath, you'll see what's loose. Each nut holds down a metal plate beneath the rotor. If it gets loose, the rotor can move more or less freely and won't turn. It looks like they applied an inadequate dab of glue to hold those in place. I should have put in a star washer to keep the nut from loosening again. Next time.
Good luck getting all the screws back in the right places ;-) Machine works fine now.
Posted on Jun 27, 2010
SOURCE: Need recipes for DAK Turbo
Mom's Basic White Bread for DAK Turbo II
1 package yeast
3 cups flour
1 Tablespoon sugar
1 teaspoon salt
2 T nonfat dry milk powder
1 T butter (room temperature)
1 1/4 cups warm water (Not straight hot. It'll kill the yeast.)
Pour the yeast to one side of the inner pan. Add the rest of the ingredients in the order above. Select white bread and push "Start."
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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