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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 loaf push the STOP button till it beeps, unplug the machine, raise the lid, and leave it open for no less than 20 minutes.It should work fine by then if not let cool off another 10 minutes.It will be cool enough by ½ an hour to start another one.
The error code for HHH usually means it is too hot, if it is has been used recently. If it has, unplug the machine, and try to wait for it to cool down with the lid open for about 15-20 minutes. If that is not the case, I would suggest you to contact the manufacturer at:
I don't have your manual but often these kind of alerts mean the chamber is either too hot or too cold to begin baking. If you have been baking you need to let your machine cool off with the lid open for about half and hour before starting another loaf...
That just means that your the oven chamber is too hot from the last loaf you baked in it. It does that because the ingredients have to be at at the correct starting temperature or you won't get a good rise. It's designed to do that.
However, ifIf you have let your machine cool off (open the lid and leave it open after baking for about half an hour) and still shows the HHH then you have a more serious problem and should call or contact Sunbeam.
My book doesn't have an error message E-07, only E-01 and E-02. Both error messages will beep. E-01 means baking area too hot. To reset open lid and remove bread case to cool. After panel message disappears replace bread case and press start. E-02 means baking area too cold. Unplug unit and allow it and the baking area to warm. Then try again.