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Delay-bake timer not working

The instruction manuel says to just press the '+' or '-' buttons but they are not changing anything. The machine beeps when I press them but nothing else. I am attempting to make sweet bread (setting 6) so I don't think that is the problem. I received this as a gift so I cannot return it for warranty, any help is appreciated. How do I make the delay-bake function work?
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Hi,
I have given you the instructions for the timer for the B2200 and B2250 models. I hope this answers your question. I have also included a link to the manual in case you don't have one.

Carol.

6. Timer Buttons
Press these buttons to set the time for delay bake (up to 13-hour
delay). For example, you can time your bread to be ready for
dinner or when you wake up in the morning. Set it by selecting
how much time you want to pass before the bread is completed.
For example, if it is 8:00 p.m. and you want the bread to be ready
at 7:00 a.m., set it for 11 hours.
You can also use these buttons to adjust the time of the cycle.
They adjust up or down in 10-minute increments. Changes must
be made before the unit begins operation.

http://www.useandcaremanuals.com/pdf/B220,B2250984.pdf

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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