I made an error in programming my new breadmaker, and decided to stop
the process. I diconnected the power and removed the mix, but do not
know how to stop the cycle and get the machine back to where I can
reprogram it... Do I have to let it run through the full cycle ( even
without a product in the machine?) It is currently on a three
Or should I do a mix and see how things turn out!!
This is a brand new machine, not yet used except for an experimental quick bread.
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Re: Sunbeam breadmaker Stopping a cycle once started
If you make a mistake or wish to start over, press and hold down the “Start/Stop” button until you hear a beep. The display will show the original setting and cycle time. The Delay Timer is canceled and you can start again.
This is from the manual found at: http://www.sunbeam.com/Manuals/MANUALS/005891-000-000_43_4357793.PDF
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go google and type in--operators manual for sunbeam bread maker model 4811-- and if there is a manual available in pdf version down load it
just be aware that with these machines there is a period in the program where after the needing process, it stops for a period to allow the dough to rise before it goes to the cook process
most machines work on the same principle so if you can not find a sunbeam manual see what else is available and check it out
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If you are having problems with your bread machine you may be able to fix it with replacement parts. That is if it is the paddles or the pan you are having problems with. If it is something within the bread machine that is not working properly then you probably won’t have a lot of luck finding these bread machine replacement parts.
Keep in mind the price of the bread machine replacement parts as well. If they are very expensive you will be better off just buying a new bread machine. But, if your bread machine was really expensive and is still in good shape and the replacement parts aren’t that much, then the replacement parts might be a better option for you.
Most bread machines work well for years without the need for replacement parts and many machines have warranties as well. But, if you are having problems then you will need to decide if replacement parts or a new machine are the right option for you. If you need replacement parts then call the manufacturer of your bread machine.
You're doing everything great with your ingredients. Listen to your machine or watch it. Stop it before the bread is in the rise cycle and restart it after the kneading cycle.Try running the knead cycle two times, then the rest of the baking cycle. If the bread is still too hard try using the kneading cycle three times. This process is trial and error, but I firmly believe this will solve your problem as it did mine.