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Put the pan in the machine selected my cycle and pushed start and the bottom lights just flash and the machine beeps at me about 10 times. Tried taking the pan out and putting it in differently but no change. Tried changing dough settings and no change.

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    Daryl Nash Jan 03, 2011

    Can you tell me the model # of your West Bend?
    Also does your manual indicate what the temperature alerts are if your oven chamber is too cold or too hot?

  • Anonymous Jan 05, 2011

    Its model #41073. I didn't see anything about temperature alerts in the manual.

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Hi Christie, Thanks for letting me know the model #. I was able to use that and go online and find the page in your manual that discusses temperature problems. I saw on page 10 of the manual online that the flashing lights and beeps are telling you that your oven chamber is too cold or too hot. Does your manual say the same thing on page 10? If it doesn't I can send you a copy of mine that describes your problem and what to do about it.

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