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I can't change cycles. The select button doesn't work.
The microprocessor in the keypad probably needs to be reset. With the unit unplugged, remove the keypad housing (one screw in back, one on the left side, rock it up enough to get a small screwdriver inside, then push back the soft plastic fingers to release the housing -- force it a bit, you won't break it). You do not need to remove the bottom cover.
Remove the keypad cover (4 screws) and the PC board (one screw). You'll see a factory reset button near the middle of the left side. Press and hold that for a couple of seconds.
If you want to test the unit before re-assembly, hold the PC board so it doesn't short against anything (there's nothing more than 5v on the board, so you won't get shocked), and plug the unit in. The display should appear. Unplug the unit, re-assemble, and then bake some bread!
There is also the possibility that the backup battery on this PC board is bad. Check it with a voltmeter -- it should be about 5v.
Bread maker paddle didn't spin at all although the motor work.
Turn your machine on its side and remove the bottom panel with a screwdriver. You will probably find that the belt has broken. If you want to try replacing the belt let me know ($20.00 for belts) send me the code off the belt. It will look something like this STS S3M471
Error on tr2200c
I know the problem, but the manufacturer will not sell internal repair parts. The temp sensor ( a thermister ) that tells the computer the cooking temp and regulates the heating element is open. If anyone knows how to get parts I would love to have that info.
My Breadman Ultimate TR2200C stopped kneading. I checked the Problem & Solution board and saw the listing regarding
Check to see if the power cord gets power to the machine. Often, that is a problem for a number of small kitchen or household electrical appliances. Replace it if not functioning, OR, if you can find where the break in ythe line is ( if that's the problem), you can cut off part of the cord at the break and re-attach the cord to the machine. Hopefully, THAT'S the problem ( or maybe a fuse or reset switch/button). The worst would be if the motor field coil windings burnt. Also, inside the motor, maybe the carbon contacts to the motor's armature may just need to be replaced.
I had the same problem with a tr2500bc.
I took it apart and found a bad soldier joint reapaired it and it is ok now.
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