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Loaf collapses:

Using the last recipe you used decrease the liquid content by 1 tablespoon. If you still aren

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Our instruction manual for our Welbilt Bread Machine, Model: ABM6000, E129920(M) Listed 2H44 Break Maker went astray during a move several years ago. We would like instructions (primarily ingredients and...

I maintain a database of bread machine manuals. I have checked my files and I do have an electronic copy of your bread machine manual. I charge a small fee for the work that goes into finding, scanning, creating, maintaining and providing them. If you are interested email me at

Be sure to show the maker and model # of your bread machine in the email so I know which one to send. I get many requests and I need to know which machine manual you need.

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Aug 17, 2011 | Welbilt ABM3500 Bread Maker


Is it Hard to Make Your Own Bread?

Making your own bread sounds like a very labor intensive process. But with the right advice and good recipes, you'll find that it's not as hard as you thought and it tastes so much better than the preservative filled shop bought bread.
Learning to bake bread can be a bit time consuming and it requires several stages in the baking process. But once you become confident, you'll be able to quickly do the steps and work your bread making around your timetable.
  1. The first step involves mixing your basic ingredients (google a basic bread recipe or ask a friend for a recommendation).
  2. Then you need to knead it for around 10 minutes, depending on the kind of loaf you are making.
  3. Then the bread needs to rise in a warm place. The yeast should help the dough to double in size.
  4. Then you punch the dough down to remove the air.
  5. You then shape the bread or rolls and allow them to rise again.
  6. Finally you can bake them.
As I said - there are lots of steps but it's totally worth it.
Freshly baked bread is out of this world.
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I bought this welbilt ABM 600 at a yard sale-it had no instructions- Will the oven only beep once to let me know the bread is baked? I see the run light flashing, but don't know if the bread is done. how...

It takes about 3 hours or more to cook a loaf of bread in automatic bread machine. Do you want me to try sending you a manual by email? If so e mail me back and I'll try to find one for you...

Nov 11, 2010 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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I've had the Sunbeam Bread machine for 6 yrs. and have had great success with it, but lately I've had problems with the bread rising, and today the whole center of the bread was caved it when I took it...

You might try buying a few of those little packets of yeast. Then try the same recipe that you have been using. If the loaf falls again then your yeast isn't the problem. Recheck your recipe again and be sure you are measuring everything correctly. By the way in baking bread I always use flour marked "bread flour". I never use "all purpose flour" because of poor results in the beginning. I ebay machines all the time and have several in stock if you decide you need one let me know.

Oct 13, 2010 | Sunbeam 5891 Bread Maker

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Sides of loaf caving in after removal from the pan.

Are you letting the bread cool thoroughly before removing from the pan? Also, sourdoughs tend to cave in as well. You could also have too much liquid in your mix - try reducing your liquid by a tbsp at a time. Too wet of dough will cave after baking.

May 15, 2009 | Breadman TR2200C Ultimate Bread Maker

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Cooked loaf not coming out of the tin

Sounds like the paddle is no longer non stick..
Might be worth changing it.

Feb 12, 2009 | Regal Ware K6725 Kitchen Pro Bread Maker

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Bread is falling during baking

I had this same problem. It has to do with the amount of water and the amount of yeast you are using. I decreased my amount of water to 1 cup ( of course it depends on your recipe) and I also was using rapid rise yeast which calls for a less amount (usually 1/2 tsp less than what the recipe calls for). I did experiment with the recipe until I got it just right. Good luck. Carrie

Jan 16, 2009 | Welbilt ABM3500 Bread Maker

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Top of loaf sinks in

I am having the same problem, I have made 3 loaves of white, they all did not turn out, and I played with the recipe a bit to solve it, but I keep getting the same result!

Dec 16, 2008 | Oster 5838 ExpressBake Bread Maker

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Bake cycle

Return it to the store and get a new one. That's what I did and the new one works fine! I believe it's a defect in the machine.

Oct 19, 2008 | Oster 5838 ExpressBake Bread Maker

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