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Darrell Brown Posted on Feb 02, 2019

Have a PEQ2 proofer that's not producing the vapor to keep bread moist

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Ensure that the proofer's water supply is connected and functioning properly.
Check the water pump for any clogs obstructions that could be preventing it from working properly.
Clean the heating element thoroughly to ensure proper operation.
Make sure that the proofer is set to the correct temperature and humidity levels for proofing bread.

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PEQ2 proofer that's not producing vapor or mist that gives the bread it's moisture

If your PEQ2 proofer is not producing enough vapor to keep the bread moist, there are several potential causes for this issue. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you troubleshoot and resolve the problem:
  1. Water Supply:
    • Check if there is enough water in the proofer's water reservoir. If it's empty, refill it according to the manufacturer's instructions.
    • Ensure that the water supply is connected properly and the water inlet valve is functioning.
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    • Poor water quality (hard water, for example) can cause mineral buildup in the proofer's steam system. This buildup can clog the steam nozzles. Consider using distilled or filtered water to prevent mineral deposits.
  3. Steam Nozzles and Hoses:
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  4. Steam Generator:
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  5. Temperature and Humidity Settings:
    • Make sure that the proofer is set to the correct temperature and humidity levels for proofing bread. Refer to the user manual for recommended settings.
  6. Seals and Gaskets:
    • Inspect the seals and gaskets on the proofer door to ensure they are intact and creating a proper seal. If they are damaged or worn out, they might allow steam to escape, reducing the humidity inside the proofer.
  7. Professional Inspection:
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Always refer to the user manual provided by the manufacturer for specific instructions on troubleshooting and maintenance, as different models may have unique features and requirements.
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