Question about Breadman TR555 Deluxe Rapid Cool Touch Bread Maker
Yes, that just happened to me. The book says E01 means the Breadman is too hot - remove Bread Pan with ingredients, and wait until the Breadman cools down - about 20 min - before preparing a new loaf.
E02 means the Breadman is too cold. Unplug machine and allow it to heat up to room temp. and try again.
For E03,4,5,8 - unplug the Breadman and contact customer service.
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
I think that happens when you try to bake two loaves in quick succession, and the machine is too hot. Unplug and leave it for a while and try again....
Posted on Dec 16, 2007
I had the same problem. I let my bread machine cool overnight and in the morning it was saying E01. I read this site and they said it has to be unplugged so I unplugged it and tried again after 30 minutes. It worked. I wonder if this means it is on it's to being broken? I haven't had it too long but have make alot of bread with it.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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