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Sanyo Breadmaker will not finish the baking cycle.

My Sanyo Breadmaker - Breadfactory Plus stops after mixing the dough and rising before baking the bread. It shows error E:05.

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The manual just say that an error E:05 is a bread maker malfunction and you can't fix it but must get it serviced.

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Are there more recipes for my Crofton bread maker. I'm afraid that I haven't had a lot of good success with it recently. I have used Wrights complete bread mixes, they always dip in the middle


Hello, Julz -

Instead of looking for more recipes for your Crofton bread maker, or any other bread maker, I looked for information as to why the bread made with a bread maker would collapse on top.

The answers I found on this online baking formum:
http://www.thefreshloaf.com/node/9725/bread-machine-loaf-collapse-when-baking-starts
may prove instructive.

To summarize, some of the causes and remedies for bread maker bread collapsing on top:
- You may reside at a high altitude and have not adjusted the recipe so that it does not over-proof [over-rise]. Cut down on the yeast, sugar, and salt.
- Even if you are not at a high altitude, try a recipe with reduced amounts of yeast, sugar, and salt (try reducing the amounts by 1/4 to 1/3)
- Use the dough mix cycle; Then turn the machine off and let the dough rise a little less than the recipe calls for; When you see the dough has risen turn the machine on to bake.
- If your bread maker allows,.reduce the amount of time between rise and bake

If you want additional bread maker recipes, you will find more here:
http://allrecipes.com/recipes/338/bread/bread-machine/

I did find a PDF document (Adobe Reader software - free) for a model of a Crofton Breadmaker, model MD 8505. In case you do not have a manual for your machine. The manual I found has information on how to make adjustments for altitude (page 22) and other adjustments to make (pages 23 - 24), including what may cause the loaf to fall while baking. This is the link to the manual:
http://allrecipes.com/recipes/338/bread/bread-machine/

Best wishes.

Feb 06, 2018 | The Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Help. my breadmaker wont finish cycles display just says "-" anyone know why?


You have it on the setting that just mixes it and proves the dough, knocks the dough back (that is a bread making term, knocks the air out of it), and then leaves you to remove the dough, shape it, re-prove and then bake in a conventional oven. check your manual.

Andrew - master bread maker :)

Sep 03, 2015 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Mixing OK but not heating/baking


That's not a good sign. This will keep your bread from rising properly and baking, obviously.
If you are still under warranty, contact your manufacturer, otherwise, you can still use the machine to mix but you will need to use your oven to finish your bread.
If your bread is not rising in the machine:
  • Remove mxing chamber from machine
  • If the chamber is not removable, UN-PLUG THE BREAD MACHINE so the blades DO NOT TURN.
  • Be careful of the mixing blade in the chamber
  • Remove dough gently with slightly oiled hands into a lightly oiled bowl with room for about 2x the volume of the dough
  • Cover with plastic wrap to prevent the dough from drying
  • Place the bowl of dough in an unheated oven and leave the oven OFF
  • Place an empty lasagna pan in the cold oven on a shelf below the dough or on the floor of the oven if there are no exposed elements
  • Boil some water and pour it carefully into the lasagna pan
  • Close the oven door - You have just made a proofing box. The steam and heat from the boiled water is sufficient to make a great proofing cabinet out of your oven hot box
  • Allow the dough to rise to about twice the original volume
  • remove the dough from the oven and remove the pan of water
  • continue with the baking instructions below
If your bread is rising in the machine or you have finished the above instructions:
  • Remove dough gently with slightly oiled hands into bread pans. Breadmakers are different sizes so you may need to use one or two pans. Or make an artisan style loaf on a cookie sheet lined with parchment.
  • Be careful not to compress your risen dough as this will make the loaves dense
  • You may also choose to make buns by separating the dough into smaller balls and placing on parchment lined cookie sheets
  • You can allow the dough to rise again for a short time in the proofing box above but I would just leave them on the counter under clean towels to prevent drying for say another 20 minutes. Over-rising bread should also be prevented. The result will be 'deflated' looking bread.
  • Preheat your oven to 375F and bake the bread until it is golden and makes a hollow sound when thumped on the top or the bottom crust
Personally, I love that a machine will mix and knead my dough for me while i go do something else but I don't like the appearance of a machine baked bread. I like the artisan hand-made look. I recommend you keep the breadmaker until you find one you like that is drastically reduced in price and just use the artisan proofing & baking options above.
If you have a Pizza Stone, you can also try that for baking an artisan bread. Use the breadmaker as the workhorse, use your oven as an artist.
Good Luck and may the Yeast be Lively!

Apr 02, 2015 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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How do i get breadmaker just to bake?


According to the manual, I don't think there is a bake only mode. There is a "dough mode" that reads "Use this setting for yeast recipes that only require mixing, kneading and will be shaped by hand. After the end of the first rise, remove the dough, shape the dough and bake it in a conventional oven."

I wasn't able to find a 1010 manual, but did find one for a 1021 (I believe that they are similar). You can download a copy here:

http://kitchen.manualsonline.com/mdownloads/d150413a-28fb-4636-9a77-0d39a015dddb.pdf

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Use wooworths elevation breadmaker


A bread machine that works correctly goes through these basic cycles. If your machine did not do this then it is broken and you need to replace it. The cycles are, Mix.....Rise....Mix......Rise....very short Mix of a few seconds....final rise of over 1/2 hour......bake of approximately one hour......I sell good used machines that will come with a full money back 30 dayguarantee (shipping, everything) You can reach me at daryl441@msn.com or my website breadmachineshelp.com

Jul 02, 2013 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Breadmaker beeping on dough setting not starting


Your machine is designed to do that. It is telling you that the oven chamber is too hot for a new batch of dough rise properly. Always open the lid of your machine after bakin and let it cool for at least 30 mins before attempting to make dough or bread.

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In west bend do you have to use the dough cycle first


Dough cycle is for just mixing and kneading the dough. Like if you want to make pizza or buns. It will only mix the ingredients, cycle for a while to knead, then it's finished. It won't bake form there. Any other cycle will make the bread.

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When my machine goes into the next to the last rise I have a loaf about 5' but then when it goes into the last rise before it bakes it never rises high again. The finished loaf is about 3 1/2" high....


Not fully understanding this but it sounds like you are opening the lid too much and spoiling the rise. Only open the lid when at the dough stage if necessary.
Bread will not keep warm, it will steam and go wet and soft in the pan. Open the lid when the cycle has finished and remove the loaf.
Try re-setting your machine by holding down the start button till the display goes out.

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My ABM 6000 machine was accidentally unplugged near the end of the rise cycle. Can it be set to finish. When I restarted it it began kneading the dough again.


If you feel your dough has risen enough (look at your cycle times and estimate how long it was into the rise) and if so you could set your machine to the "bake" cycle and then click the timer button in 10 min. increments until it is set to bake the right amount of time. Maybe this will work. Hope it does!

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