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Rising cycle zojirushi bbccv20 I have a zojirushibbccv20, it doesn't seem to be heating properly during rising mode. but baking is fine

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  • m3r1 Jul 14, 2008

    We are having the same issue, the heating elements works during the baking cycle, however the bread is not rising. What to do???




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Have you 'proofed' your yeast? The rise temperature is not very much above room temp, particularly in the summer months. I would expect the bread to rise at least 3/4 as much without any rise time heating.

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