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Not starting, giving a H:E3 in the window

I select the size and type of cycle I want and then it makes a noise and shows H:E3 in the window. I tried a few different cycles and they have all done the same.  I had not used it in a long time, but made a loaf two days ago and one this morning. 

There was something that dripped out the venting at the back.  I don't know what that was.  A brownish liquid.


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Re: Not starting, giving a H:E3 in the window

Let your breadman cool off competely. I put mine outside for ten minutes and it worked again. (H:e3)

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