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Bread doesn't rise in my hi-rise machine. 3 loaves ruined

Loaves don't rise much and are heavy and not all the way done inside. Followed exact instructions 3 times and didn't work each time. Tried all the troubleshooting instructions.

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You need more yeast

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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.

Posted on Jan 28, 2011

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SOURCE: West Bend America's Best Bread Maker 41030

Download Free West Bend Manual At:

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Click "Instruction Manual" Tab at Top of Page
click on Breadmakers
Click Model (stamped into metal bottom or on back of unit)
Also Suggest "Supplemental Recipe Book" (Last item on that list)

Posted on Dec 29, 2010

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we have the same problem with our kenwwod bread machine we was told by kenwood.
you can either buy a new bread pan and bread kneeder or live with it, as in time and use
the new pan and kneeder would do the same agian. the new pan cost around £17.00,
and the bread kneeder around £6.05 from amazon if you do want new parts type in the serch bar at amazon bread maker parts....but if it's not broke don't fix it...........

Posted on Feb 22, 2011

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SOURCE: The loaf of bread taste good, however every time

Loaf collapses:


Using the last recipe you used decrease the liquid content by 1 tablespoon. If you still aren

Posted on Apr 13, 2011

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Hi nanearl,

(A personal aside - my personal experience with home-baked bread is that it tends to be a heavier product - - but that may be because the recipe gets experimented with, and whole grain flours tend to be used rather than bakers flour.)

It sounds like something is stopping the yeast from acting (fermentation creates to CO2 bubbles that cause the bread to rise). Was the yeast you used all from the same batch? (sometimes they have bad days at the yeast factory, too). Can you watch when it runs through the cycle, and check for conditions _before_ the dough is supposed to rise? If it heats up much too quickly/soon, the heat can kill the yeast before it get to do it's job.

You might be able to get more product-specific assistance from Zojirushi.

I'd go to Zojirushi's Support page at (TinyURL'd for brevity)

http://tinyurl.com/3jmx4g

There's a Service & Support link at the top of the page - locations of service centers and the like.

You can also call Zojirushi Customer Service Department - -

800-733-6270, M-F, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. PST.


Also here's a TinyURL for the manual download page, just so you have it.

http://tinyurl.com/z39gu

If I can be of further assistance, let me know. If this solves the issue, please rate it accordingly.

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