I need to locate a new loaf pan for my breadmaker and can not locate one. Help!!
Just called Call Phone number: 800-231-9786 and they say the 4 rivet baking pan is no longer available anywhere
The replacement loaf pan for the TR2200Cis available from : https://www.esalton.com/
The part number is: 22399.
Type this number in the search window at the top right of the homepage.
Click on the search button.
This brings up a parts list. At the bottom left of the list is a button marked next. Click on in.
You should now see the part number 22399 at the end of this list.
Enter the quantity you require, if one, just click on the add button.
Back at the top of the page just under the search window, select shopping cart and click on it.
From there you will complete your transaction and the part will be sent to you.
Sometimes their site is finicky, so if it doesn’t do as it should, short of paying for the item you need twice, do it again.
Just as a side note, the breadpan does not come with the kneading blade. That is part number: 22400.
You order it following the same procedure as above, but obviously you will need to use the correct part number. It can be added to your order before checking out with the breadpan if you need both.
Good luck with your replacement breadpan.
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Here is what you can do:
Call Phone number: 800-231-9786 (Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM to 11:00 PM and Saturday-Sunday, 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM, Eastern Time).
Have your model number and 4 digit stamped on date (mine was warn off).
You can ask for the following part numbers:
Bread Pan 22399
Paddle: 22400
Also Mar-Beck's carries the paddles on line: http://www.marbeck.com/
You have to call to see if they can get ahold of a pan and the cost.
Website doesn't exist
I have 2 if you still need! use contact us on www.islandwoodcraft.ca
Here is how you determine the size of loaf you can bake in your machine. You need to determine the capacity of your pan. Fill your pan with water and measure the cups added so you know how many cups of water are in the pan when it is full to the very top. Here are the conversions:
1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf
2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf
3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf
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This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf
Here is how you determine the size of loaf you can bake in your machine. You need to determine the capacity of your pan. Fill your pan with water and measure the cups added so you know how many cups of water are in the pan when it is full to the very top. Here are the conversions:
1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf
2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf
3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf
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This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf
Knowing your breadmaker's loaf capacity will enable you to find recipes of any variety on the Internet for free.
It will also keep you from adding too much ingredients which could cause dough to over-rise and spill onto the heating element.
Remove your bread pan from your breadmaker. Using a one-cup 8-fluid-ounce liquid measure, fill your bread pan with water. As you do, count the number of cups it takes to fill your bread pan to the very rim.
Generally speaking...
If your bread pan holds 7 & 10 cups to the rim then you have a 1.0 lb or 500 g loaf pan
10 & 11 cups to fill = 1.5 lb (700 g) loaf pan
11 & 13 cups to fill = 2.0 lb (900 g) loaf pan
13 & 15 cups to fill = 2.5 lb (1250 g) loaf pan
15 & 17 cups to fill = 3.0 lb (1350 g) loaf pan
Generally speaking...
A bread recipe for use in a 1.0 lb (500 g) breadmaker should never exceed 2-1/4 total cups of flour.
1.5 lb (700 g) = 3-1/4 c
2.0 lb (900 g) = 4-1/4 c
2.5 lb (1250 g) = 5-1/4 c
3.0 lb (1300 g) = 6-1/4 c
Warning: When testing a new bread recipe it is always best that you not leave your breadmaker unattended. Stay close by to monitor its progress from time to time.
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Here is how you determine the size of loaf you can bake in your machine. You need to determine the capacity of your pan. Fill your pan with water and measure the cups added so you know how many cups of water are in the pan when it is full to the very top. Here are the conversions:
1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf
2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf
3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf
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This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf
Here is how you determine the size of loaf you can bake in your machine. You need to determine the capacity of your pan. Fill your pan with water and measure the cups added so you know how many cups of water are in the pan when it is full to the very top. Here are the conversions:
1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf
2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf
3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf
____________________________________________________________________
This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf
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Here is how you determine the size of loaf you can bake in your machine. You need to determine the capacity of your pan. Fill your pan with water and measure the cups added so you know how many cups of water are in the pan when it is full to the very top. Here are the conversions:
1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf
2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf
3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf
____________________________________________________________________
This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf
Here is how you determine the size of loaf you can bake in your machine. You need to determine the capacity of your pan. Fill your pan with water and measure the cups added so you know how many cups of water are in the pan when it is full to the very top. Here are the conversions:
1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf
2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf
3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf
____________________________________________________________________
This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf
Here is how you determine the size of loaf you can bake in your machine. You need to determine the capacity of your pan. Fill your pan with water and measure the cups added so you know how many cups of water are in the pan when it is full to the very top. Here are the conversions:
1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf
2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf
3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf
____________________________________________________________________
This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf
Here is how you determine the size of loaf you can bake in your machine. You need to determine the capacity of your pan. Fill your pan with water and measure the cups added so you know how many cups of water are in the pan when it is full to the very top. Here are the conversions:
1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf
2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf
3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf
____________________________________________________________________
This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf
Here is how you determine the size of loaf you can bake in your machine. You need to determine the capacity of your pan. Fill your pan with water and measure the cups added so you know how many cups of water are in the pan when it is full to the very top. Here are the conversions:
1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf
2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf
3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf
____________________________________________________________________
This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf
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