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Do you have your owners manual and have you baked bread in your machine before? Just want to be sure that you know the stages that the machine goes through. The first mixing and kneading stage in a tr444 will take up to 15 minutes before it stops on its own. It will then let the dough rest for about 1/2 hour before the 2nd knead begins. It takes almost 4 hours for your machine to go through all the stages before your baked bread is finished.
Most bread machines do a little "punch down" before the final bake stage. The bake stage doesn't really begin until after the final 4-10 seconds of "punch down". Then the bake stage really begins and lasts about one hour.
The whole process takes 3-4 hours to complete. Did you give it that much time? Next time note how many hours are on the readout just before you push "START" and let the machine countdown to 0:00 on the clock before you assume something is wrong. If you did that last time and the bread wasn't baked then your machine is broken.
It usually isn't worth it to try to repair a bread machine and yours does sound like the eletronics have gone bad. I have several good machines for sale at very reasonable prices. contact me at breadmachineshelp.com if you are interested in replacing your k6725
No offense intended but you need to step away and read the instruction manual step-by-step. One point I can make: The three hours you're seeing in the display when you first plug the unit in are simply telling you how long the default white bread mode is going to take to complete. It's merely a counter that counts down so at any time you glance over at the machine you'll know how much longer it's going to be before the bread is finished. The digital display has NOTHING to do with the delay timer until you start pressing delay timer arrows.
That is a temperature warning that is an automatic feature on bread machines.What the machine is telling you is that the oven chamber is still too hot from baking the last loaf.It does that to prevent you from starting another loaf and having that loaf fail due to the high heat killing the yeast.If you want to bake more than one loafunplug the machine after baking the first one, raise the lid, and leave it open for no less than 20 minutes.It should work fine by then. If not let it cool off another 10 minutes.It will be cool enough by ½ an hour to start another one.
1 1/3 cups lukewarm water 2 tablespoons powdered milk 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 1 tablespoon sugar 2 tablespoons butter or margarine 3 3/4 cups white flour 1 teaspoon yeast
1. Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan. 2. Insert Baking Pan securely into unit; close lid. 3. Select BASIC setting and 2.0 lb. loaf setting. Choose LIGHT or DARK crust setting. 4. Push Start button. There will be a 15-minute preheat delay before mixing begins. 5. The Complete Signal will sound when bread is done. 6. Using pot holders, remove Baking Pan from the unit and carefully turn bread out of Baking Pan. (Mixing paddle may remain in bread. Remove paddle when load if cool.) 7. Allow to cool before slicing.
1. Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan. 2. Insert Baking Pan security into unit; close lid. 3. Select GRAIN setting and 1.5lb. loaf setting. 4. Push Start button. There will be a 25-minute preheat delay before mixing begins. 5. The Complete Signal will sound when bread is done. 6. Using pot holders, remove Baking Pan from the unit and carefully turn bread out of Baking Pan. (Mixing paddle may remain in bread. Remove paddle when load if cool.) 7. Allow to cool before slicing.
Hi fellow bread maker! Can you tell me which program you are using. Basic, whole wheat, sweet bread etc.?? Based on what you describe I think you may be choosing the whole wheat cycle because the stages you describe are almost exactly what my Toastmster does if I choose the whole wheat cycle. Hope this helps....