I am unable to change the loaf size on the breadmaker; it is stuck on 1 lb. I have read through the instructions thoroughly and cannot find any reason why the loaf size will not change. I have two Toastmaster breadmakers model TBR2 and they both do the same thing. I must be doing something wrong. I have not used these machines in years and now would like make some homemade bread. Please HELP!!!

Try holding in the select ((bread size)) button in for a few seconds then it should change for you!

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Posted on Jan 06, 2009

I would just check it around 40 minutes into the bake cycle. If it doesn't seem done let it bake another 5 minutes or so the shut the machine off.

Jan 23, 2015 | Toastmaster TBR15 Bread Maker

Knowing your breadmaker's loaf capacity will enable you to find recipes of any variety on the Internet for free.

It will also keep you from adding too much ingredients which could cause dough to over-rise and spill onto the heating element.

Remove your bread pan from your breadmaker. Using a **one-cup 8-fluid-ounce liquid measure**, fill your bread pan with water. As you do, count the number of cups it takes to fill your bread pan to the very rim.

Generally speaking...

If your bread pan holds 7 & 10 cups to the rim then you have a 1.0 lb or 500 g loaf pan

10 & 11 cups to fill = 1.5 lb (700 g) loaf pan

11 & 13 cups to fill = 2.0 lb (900 g) loaf pan

13 & 15 cups to fill = 2.5 lb (1250 g) loaf pan

15 & 17 cups to fill = 3.0 lb (1350 g) loaf pan

Generally speaking...

A bread recipe for use in a 1.0 lb (500 g) breadmaker should never exceed 2-1/4 total cups of flour.

1.5 lb (700 g) = 3-1/4 c

2.0 lb (900 g) = 4-1/4 c

2.5 lb (1250 g) = 5-1/4 c

3.0 lb (1300 g) = 6-1/4 c

**Warning:** When testing a new bread recipe it is always best that you not leave your breadmaker unattended. Stay close by to monitor its progress from time to time.

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Jun 26, 2011 | Black & Decker B2300 Bread Machine

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Here is how you determine the size of loaf you can bake in your machine. You need to determine the capacity of your pan. Fill your pan with water and measure the cups added so you know how many cups of water are in the pan when it is full to the very top. Here are the conversions:

**1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf**

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**2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf**

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**3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf**

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This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf

Feb 05, 2011 | Breadmakers

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Here is how you determine the size of loaf you can bake in your machine. You need to determine the capacity of your pan. Fill your pan with water and measure the cups added so you know how many cups of water are in the pan when it is full to the very top. Here are the conversions:

**1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf**

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**2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf**

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**3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf**

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This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf

Feb 01, 2011 | Regal Ware K6725 Kitchen Pro Bread Maker

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Here is how you determine the size of loaf you can bake in your machine. You need to determine the capacity of your pan. Fill your pan with water and measure the cups added so you know how many cups of water are in the pan when it is full to the very top. Here are the conversions:

**1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf**

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**2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf**

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**3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf**

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This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf

Jan 17, 2011 | Oster 5838 ExpressBake Bread Maker

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**1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf**

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**2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf**

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**3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf**

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This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf

FROM ANOTHER SITE:

To find your bread machine pan size:

Fill the bread pan with water and measure it out in cups

Less than 10 cups of water = 1 pound

11-13 cups of water = 1 1/2 pounds

More than 13 cups of water = 2 pounds

Dec 17, 2010 | Breadman TR500 Bread Maker

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**1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf**

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**2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf**

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**3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf**

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This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf

Nov 25, 2010 | Kenmore KTR2300 Bread Maker

Hi...Usually it's by cups of flour. Read the FAQ in this link...Hank

http://www.kingarthurflour.com/tips/bread-machine-basics.html

http://www.kingarthurflour.com/tips/bread-machine-basics.html

Sep 27, 2010 | Black & Decker Bread Machine

here is a site with many different recipes

hope this helps

pls rate the answer

Kurt

http://www.recipelink.com/rcpbread.html

hope this helps

pls rate the answer

Kurt

http://www.recipelink.com/rcpbread.html

Apr 07, 2009 | Breadmakers

The one thing that rises bread is yeast. You have some super duper yeast if the breadmaker suggests a certain amount and you keep getting the same results. You can either reduce the rise time -- or the amount of yeast -- or both.

Jan 07, 2008 | Black & Decker B2000 Bread Maker

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