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A lot of these so called manual web sites come with so many stipulations that by the time you wind up finally getting down to where you think you are finally down to downloading the pdf copy they slap another stipulation on you to where you just give up and quit looking for s site that will let you download a owners manual with no problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Owners Manual
Quasar is owned by Matsushita corporation who also owns Panasonic, National, Technics and Ramsa... Technically Panasonic owns Quasar as a sub-division and Matsushita owns Panasonic... In lesser terms you should be able to contact Panasonic customer service for the owners manual or any information...
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
Went to the Hoover site, I put in you model #U5280***, seems like the manual for this model series is not available. Sorry not much help, was there something you needed to know? Here is a parts breakdown picture:
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
Since practically all bread machines work the same simple way, you don't need the manual if you read the excellent instructions at the following website. The following website tells you how to operate a bread machine, even if you don't have the manual. It also includes great recipes (and you can easily find many more recipes online). Using the following website, I was EASILY able to figure out how to use my Chefmate 725k bread machine even though I didn't have a manual.
By the way, the Chefmate 725k holds 16 cups of water which means that it should be able to make a 2.5 lb loaf of bread (though I've never tried to make a loaf that big). If I'm making one loaf of bread, baked in the machine, I'll generally make a 1.5lb loaf. But more often than not, I just use the bread machine to knead and raise 2 lbs of dough. Then I remove the dough (with rubber spatula) cut it into two equal parts, and then put the two pieces of dough into separate 5" x 8" x 2.5" bread pans (if I want a traditional shaped rectangular loaf of bread) or on a cookie sheets in round or oval shapes. I don't really care for the shape & style of bread that is baked in a bread machines.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
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