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How do I set the dough setting on the machine

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Hi,
Once you have your ingredients in the pan and the bread pan in the machine you close the lid and plug it in. Now you need to push the menu button until # 8 displays in the left hand side of the display screen. This is the setting for the dough cycle. The cycle time will display to the right of the cycle number, they will be in bigger numbers than the dough cycle number. The time is 1:30 for a 1.5 lb loaf and 1:40 for a 2 lb loaf. Now you need to select the crust colour and the loaf size. Now press the start button and the cycle will start. I have included the link to the owner's manual in case you don't have one. I hope this helps you. Good luck!

Carol.

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

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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