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The past 2 loaves of bread have come out partially raw in the center....never happened before...what is going on?

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When you find out, let me know. I just had the same problem with my last two loaves!

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Plz find below the recipe for White Bread:

Ingredients:
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If your bread machine is still under warranty, customer service representatives from the manufacturing company should be able to offer you online or telephone assistance. If you're not able to resolve the issue over the phone, you may be able to send your machine back to the manufacturer for free or low-cost repairs.


Even if you don't have a warranty for your machine, you can still contact the manufacturer for troubleshooting assistance and repairs, although you may have to pay a fee. You can also search for appliance-repair centers in your area and check to see if any of them handle bread machines.

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