Question about Cuisinart CBK-100 2-lb. Bread Maker with Brushed Stainless Housing

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My CBK-100 didn't heat up

I added the ingredients, set the correct timer, and let it start. It kneaded correctly, let it rise, and then the timer ticked down. 2 Hours later I checked it and it's completely raw dough and the pan is room temp... I just got it too!

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