Question about Breadman TR2200C Ultimate Bread Maker
There was a power outage, then about 1 1/2 hours later the power came back on --- and now the machine seems to be out of commission. I checked the outlet with another appliance, and the outlet works fine. But when I plug in the breadmaker, nothing happens. Has a power surge destroyed my breadmaker? Nothing else in the house seems to have been affected.
The microprocessor in the keypad probably needs to be reset. With the unit unplugged, remove the keypad housing (one screw in back, one on the left side, rock it up enough to get a small screwdriver inside, then push back the soft plastic fingers to release the housing -- force it a bit, you won't break it). You do not need to remove the bottom cover.
Remove the keypad cover (4 screws) and the PC board (one screw). You'll see a factory reset button near the middle of the left side. Press and hold that for a couple of seconds.
If you want to test the unit before re-assembly, hold the PC board so it doesn't short against anything (there's nothing more than 5v on the board, so you won't get shocked), and plug the unit in. The display should appear. Unplug the unit, re-assemble, and then bake some bread!
There is also the possibility that the backup battery on this PC board is bad. Check it with a voltmeter -- it should be about 5v.
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
Our Breadman Ultimate will mix and kneed the bread but will not bake the loaf. Lynn Keyes firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
I had the same problem. I unplugged it for about 2 weeks and it started to work again. I don't know if it had to reset or what. I did the same things with checking the outlet. I can't explain why it started to work. The only thing is that now my select button doesn't work. I can only make the white bread. All the other buttons do work.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
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Addressing Power-up/Start-up Issues:
1. Unplug the breadmaker.
2. Confirm the power source you're accessing is live using a blender, toaster, etc.
3. Plug the breadmaker in.
4. Confirm the breadmaker is receiving power:
Were you able to confirm that your breadmaker is receiving power?
No. Sorry to hear that. Attempt to have the breadmaker serviced by a small appliance repair facility or simply discard it.
Yes, Fantastic! Now reboot the breadmaker's electronics by pressing and holding down the Stop button down until you receive a visible and/or audible confirmation, usually within 1 to 5 seconds. Note: Some models require you press and hold the Start button. Others require you press and hold the Select button.
Often the + and - Timer Delay buttons are pressed by mistake, delaying Start by up to 12 hours. If you suspect the Timer Delay feature has been engaged accidentally, you'll need to reboot the breadmaker's electronics.
All breadmaker use a belt and pulley system. If your breadmaker powers-up but the mixer won't turn when it's supposed to, your belt is probably broken. You'll need to disassemble the breadmaker to visually confirm.
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E. Some models require you press down on the Start button until the unit powers up.
F. Some models require you press down on the Select button until the unit powers up.
G. Many models require you select a baking mode by pressing the Select button before the pressing the Start button.
Q: In the end, were you able to confirm your breadmaker is receiving power?
No. Sorry to hear that. Have it serviced by a small appliance repair shop or simply discard it.
Yes. Fantastic! Now reboot the electronics by pressing down on the Stop button for 1 to 5 seconds. Note: A few models require you press down on the Start button instead. And even fewer require you press down on the Select button instead.
Often the + and - Delay Timer buttons are pressed by mistake, delaying Start by up to 12 hours. If you suspect this handy feature has been engaged accidentally, you'll need to reboot the breadmaker's electronics. See reboot directions above.
Note: All breadmakers use a belt and pulley system. If your breadmaker powers-up but the mixer won't turn during the kneading cycles, your timing belt is probably broken. You'll need to disassemble the breadmaker to visually confirm. The belt and pulley assemblies are located at the bottom of your breadmaker.
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