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Cuisinart... | Answered on Mar 12, 2020

You restart it?

Cuisinart... | Answered on Feb 13, 2020

Most likey a burned out heating coil. You can buy them let me know the model number and I can give you a web site to go to buy it.

Cuisinart... | Answered on Aug 29, 2019

Are you reading the instructions correctly? No bread maker kneads for 1 hour and 30 you say.
Normally the bread will knead, then sit for up to 20 mins, then continue mixing. then rising then a pause and the a small secondary knead, then rise again. Have you actually just put in the ingredients and left it to itself? If not. Put in the ingredients. Press settings and walk away. If the bread is done then you were perhaps a little too anxious. If it isn't then you know it needs servicing. Good luck.

Cuisinart... | Answered on Jul 11, 2019

one is to try to turn it upside down or to dismantle the whole bread maker

Cuisinart... | Answered on Jun 23, 2019

Even Replacement May Not Help for Long.
After my six month old CBK200 had the same stop and start malfunction I was sent a brand new replacement by the company. Three months later the new unit started doing the same thing. I am putting up with it for now, but as soon as I have a little more time, I will go back to the authorized repair depot and request another replacement and hope for the best.

Cuisinart... | Answered on Jun 17, 2019

We just bought a replacement Cuisinart popcorn maker after our 7 year old one died. Was surprised to see the note about not using olive oil in the manual since that's what we have always used. Apparently the concern is that olive smokes at a lower temp than other oils but it's always worked fine for us in the same model cuisinart. We like the richer flavor and health benefits -- we don't need to add butter when we use olive oil.

Cuisinart... | Answered on Apr 19, 2019

possibly there will be no fixing it dump mix into a regular loaf pan and bake it regular oven bin the CUISINART

Cuisinart... | Answered on Mar 21, 2019


Cuisinart... | Answered on Mar 20, 2019

The same thing happened to me yesterday. I made my first loaf and then I couldn't get the bread pan out. We kept pulling and yanking on the bread pan until it felt like it was going to break! This morning, my husband called Cuisinart. The man on the phone said he has the same machine at home, and that you just have to pull it really hard. He said don't worry, it won't break, just pull it. My husband pulled it again and it came out. I guess he just got the right angle on it.

It was definitely stuck from the bottom, not from the side clamp things. The man on the phone at Cuisinart said that after you use it more, it becomes easier to remove the bread pan. We put the bread pan in and then pulled it out a few times, and it seems like now it comes out easily, the way it should.

I felt obliged to respond here, because I was very discouraged after reading this thread last night. I was about to return the machine. I hope this solution helps.

By the way, my first loaf yesterday was the Rosemary Bread from the cookbook that comes with the machine. It was AMAZING.

Cuisinart... | Answered on Mar 14, 2019

Buy a new one before you burn your danm house down somethings faulty

Cuisinart... | Answered on Feb 10, 2019

My first thought is dry motor bearings. If you can access the motor bearings, place a very small amount of oil (30w preferred) directly on the motor shaft. Then try to see if you can insert a couple drops of oil into the felt padding that is around the motor bearings.

Cuisinart... | Answered on Jan 31, 2019

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