This bread maker hardly used so started using for a few weeks then when into a cycle it went dead there is nothing on display ...looked at power board no obvious burns....checked connections the motor turned on briefly...now back to being dead
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There are a few sites where you can find basic recipes or more elaborate ones: http://www.bread-maker.net/Bread-maker/Bread-maker-recipes-list.htm http://www.bread-machine-recipes.com/ http://whatscookingamerica.net/BreadRecipe.htm
Hi, I usually take the paddle out of the machine at the end of the kneading cycle and before the rise cycle. (Do this with the pan out of the machine..just in case). You don't want to use anything in the pan that will scratch it. Usually a few quick taps of the bread pan on the cutting board will free the bread.