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Usually this happens when the mixture is too dry. Flour contains varying amounts of moisture, thus water needed also changes. Follow User Manual to help solve the problem or add additional water one tablespoon at a time. The dough should be a little more tacky than conventional bread dough. This will allow the dough to flow out more evenly and be less dense. This is a very important step that many persons miss.
The links to the manual posted here are useful!I have the BT56- without manual unfortunately. However, YD250 manual was a useful guide - it that has a similar "Yeast-drop" arrangement that seems unique to Panasonic. The other settings on the BT56 are pretty generic and easy to intuit. Only caveat...after you plug in the machine, DON'T hit the big START button. Here is the sequence:* plug in machine* Choose cycle (White/whole wheat, dough only etc)* Set timer * Put in dry ingredients first, put in wet next,load yeast in dispenser * Hit Start - this starts cycle.* To Reset, hold down start for a few secs.Hope this helps, good luck.
I have one of these and when you turn it on you just keep pressing the "menu" button until the little arrow is next to the type of bread or dough that you wish to make. It sounds as if it may be faulty.
We perserved for 6 months and found that the drive shaft was worn out. The shaft wobbled very slightly. We baked several windowless buildings (bricks) before we found this out and bought a new shaft for under NZ$80. Hope this helps.