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  • Brand: Panasonic
  • Product: Bread Makers
  • Model/name: SD-206
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French,

Table of Contents

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IMPORTANT TIPS
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Never operate this appliance if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly or if it has
been damaged or dropped.
Never try to repair the appliance by yourself. If it requires checking, adjusting or repairing, take the
appliance to your Panasonic dealer and have it serviced by an authorised, trained technician.
Do not immerse the appliance, the supply cord or the plug in water or other liquids.
Do not let the supply cord hang over the edge of table or counter or touch hot surfaces.
Never remove the bread pan or unplug the appliance when it is in use. If you do, the program
sequence stops and cannot be continued unless it is restarted within 10 minutes. The appliance has a
10 minute memory. If the power is returned within 10 minutes, the program will resume.
When in use, do not block the air vents of the appliance. Do not place any covers or cloths on the
appliance.
Do not open the appliance after the kneading process. The rising and baking results may be affected.
When removing the hot bread pan with the baked bread, use an ovencloth or oven gloves, as the body
and the bread pan are very hot.
Make sure that the interior of the appliance and the bread pan are always clean in order to guarantee a
satisfactory program sequence.
Keep the appliance out of the reach of children. Only allow children to use the appliance under close
supervision of adults and only after adequate instructions have been given so that the child is able to
use the appliance safely and understands the hazards of improper use.
This appliance is to be used for the making of bread, dough and teabreads as explained in the following
instructions.
Placement
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Do not use the appliance outdoors. This appliance was manufactured for Domestic Use only.
Place the appliance on a firm, dry, flat worktop and avoid putting it on textiles (e. g. tablecloths, carpets,
etc.) or unstable bases.
In order to guarantee satisfactory baking, the appliance should not be used in the immediate vicinity of
heat sources or in rooms where humidity is high.
During the baking process, the casing heats up. A distance of at least 5 cm (2 inches) from walls and
other objects should therefore be maintained.
The has to be installed to a minimum 10-ampere (T) fuse.
If your AC outlet is not grounded, it is the personal responsibility of the customer to have it
replaced with a properly ground wall socket of 230V 50Hz (230-240V 50Hz for U. K.).
English
Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic , SD-206.
For your own safety and convenience, please read these instructions carefully before operating.
Installation of the .
IMPORTANT: THIS UNIT HAS TO BE EARTHED FOR PERSONAL SAFETY!
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CLASS I FOR BS415/BS3456
FOR YOUR SAFETY PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TEXT CAREFULLY.
WARNING...THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
FOR U.K. ONLY
IMPORTANT
How to replace the fuse.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your safety and convenience.
A 13 amp fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 13 amps
and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used untill a replacement cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local Panasonic Dealer.
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR HOME,
THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF SAFELY.
THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED
INTO ANY 13 AMP SOCKET.
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring code as shown below.
If in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code;
Green-and-yellow: Earth
Blue: Neutral
Brown: Live
The wire which is coloured GREEN-and-YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is
As the colours of the wire in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured
markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is
marked with the letter N
or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is
Open the fuse compartment with a screwdriver and replace the fuse.
marked with the letter L
or coloured RED.
¥ This appliance requires a 13 AMP fuse.
¥ This apparatus was produced to BS 800 (1983).
marked with the letter E
or by the Earth symbol
or coloured GREEN or GREEN-and-YELLOW.
Check for the ASTA mark or the BSI mark on the body of the fuse.
Fuse
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Table of Contents
Basic Principles when Baking with .......7
-Basic Features.................................................................7
Baking Programs.............................................................8
Parts identification...........................................................9
Control panel-display/functions......................................10
How to use................................................................11–16
-To use the timer for baking loaves only
with the BAKE mode.....................................................14
-Using the BAKE RAPID mode ......................................14
-Using the DOUGH mode ..............................................15
-Using the BAKE ONLY mode .................................15–16
How to clean...................................................................16
Slicing and storing the bread.........................................17
Leakage of bread ingredients from the bread pan.........17
Specifications.................................................................17
Display Indications for Abnormal Conditions................18
Before calling for service.........................................19–20
InhaltsŸbersicht
Inhoudstafel Table des matires
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¨ Brot- und Teigprogramme............................................21
- Wahl des Programms.................................................21
- Wahl des Brot-/Teigtyps.............................................21
- Wahl der Brotgröße und des Bräunungsgrads..........21
Zubereitungsphasen der Programme inkl.
Brot-/Teigtypen.............................................................22
Schematische Ansicht des Gerätes..............................23
Bedienfeld.....................................................................24
Bedienung des Brotbackautomaten.......................25–30
-Brotbacken mit Zeitvorwahl........................................28
-Der Betrieb "Brot schnell"...........................................28
-Der Teigbetrieb........................................................... 29
-Das Programm "Backen"......................................29–30
Reinigung und Pflege..................................................30
Lagerung des Brotes....................................................31
Austreten von Zutaten aus der Backform.....................31
Technische Daten.........................................................31
Anzeige bei Funktionsstörungen..................................32
Überprüfungstabelle...............................................33–34
Basisprincipes bij het bakken met de ....35
Basiskenmerken ........................................................35
Verloop van het bakproces .........................................36
Onderdelen................................................................37
Bedieningspaneel-Display/Funkties .............................38
Gebruiksaanwijzing..............................................39–44
-Gebruiken van de timer.................................................42
-Gebruik van de BAKE RAPID modus .........................42
-Gebruik van de DOUGH modus.................................43
-Gebruik van de BAKE ONLY modus.......................43–44
Het toestel schoonmaken...........................................44
Snijden en bewaren van het brood..............................45
De ingrediënten lopen over in het bakblik ....................45
Technische gegevens.................................................45
Aanduidingen op het display bij ongewone situaties.....46
Alvorens een beroep te doen op een Service Center
(dienst-na-verkoop)..............................................47–48
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Principes de base pour la cuisson du
pain à l’aide du ................................49
Caractéristiques de base ...........................................49
Procédures de cuisson..............................................50
Nomenclature des pièces..........................................51
Fonctions du panneau de commande/Panneau d’affichage...52
Mode d’emploi....................................................53–58
-Utilisation du programmateur......................................56
-Utilisation du mode BAKE RAPID.............................56
-Utilisation du mode DOUGH ....................................57
-Utilisation du mode BAKE ONLY...........................57–58
Nettoyage de l’appareil..............................................58
Découpage du pain en tranches et conservation.........59
Fuites au niveau du moule.........................................59
Caractéristiques techniques.......................................59
Indications en cas de défaillance................................60
Mesures à prendre avant d’appeler
le service technique..............................................61–62
Deutsch
Nederlands
Franais
English
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Choice of bread modes
BASIC. . . . . . . . . . . . . For producing loaves of bread using white or brown strong flour as the major ingredient.
WHOLE WHEAT. . . . .For loaves using wholemeal strong flour as the main ingredient.
MULTIGRAIN. . . . . . . For breads with cereals/grains such as rye, etc. mainly using wholemeal strong flour.
FRENCH . . . . . . . . . . For loaves with crisp crust and open texture. It has crisp taste because sugar is not
included in the ingredients.
PIZZA . . . . . . . . . . . . .A rapid dough mode for pizza, focaccia and other Italian breads.
BAKE ONLY . . . . . . . A mode for baking cakes only.
Choice of baking modes
Choice of size and crust colour
BAKE . . . . . . . . . . . . . The unit automatically mixes ingredients, kneads the dough, rises it and bakes it.
BAKE RAPID . . . . . . . The unit mixes ingredients, kneads the dough, rises it and automatically bakes it faster
than the standard BAKE mode.
BAKE SANDWICH. . . The unit automatically makes a medium size loaf of bread with a soft crust suitable for
sandwich slices.
BAKE RAISIN . . . . . . .The unit automatically makes bread as in the BAKE mode. A beeper sounds to let you
know when to add dried fruits, such as raisins. This is to prevent them from being
crushed during the kneading process.
DOUGH . . . . . . . . . . . The unit automatically prepares dough for pizzas, dinner rolls, doughnuts, croissants, etc.
DOUGH RAISIN . . . . .The unit automatically prepares dough as in the DOUGH mode. A beeper sounds to
let you know when to add dried fruits as in the BAKE RAISIN mode.
-A 13-hour timer allows you to prepare everything the night before and wake up to the aroma of freshly
baked bread. (Certain BAKE mode only). The result may differ when the timer is used.
-The beep sounds eight times when baking in the BAKE modes or rising of dough in the DOUGH modes is
completed.
-The beep also sounds in the BAKE RAISIN and DOUGH RAISIN modes, when the machine pauses for 1
minute during the kneading process to add the raisins, chopped dried fruits and / or nuts.
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Basic Features
Basic Principles when Baking with ¨
Mode
Size / Colour
BASIC BAKE
BASIC BAKE RAPID
BASIC BAKE RAISIN
WHOLE WHEAT BAKE
WHOLE WHEAT BAKE RAPID
WHOLE WHEAT BAKE RAISIN
Size Selection
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Crust Colour Selection
Dark
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Medium
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Light
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The selection of size and crust colour is possible for the following modes:
If not selected, the will automatically select L size with a medium crust.
¥Size and crust colour will be affected by the room temperature and the quality of flour and/or other ingredients.
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NOTE: ¥The duration of each process is only approximate and will vary according to the ambient
temperature.
¥The following time is when the timer is not used. (The availability of the timer for the mode
is indicated with a tick ( ) in the ÒtimerÓ column.)
¥There will be keep-warm of up to 60 minutes after the baking is complete until the STOP pad
is pressed, for all BAKE (loaf) modes. The keep-warm is not available for the DOUGH modes
and the BAKE ONLY mode.
¥For Bake Raisin & Dough Raisin modes, there will be a break of 1 minute during the kneading
process to add dried fruits and nuts.
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Baking Programs
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Mode
Basic Bake
Basic Bake
Sandwich
Rest 30 ~ 60
min
15 ~ 25
min
30 ~ 60
min
60 ~ 90
min
60 ~ 90
min
40 min ~
1 hr 55 min
15 min
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50 min 50 min 50 min 50 min 55 min
45 min
35 min 15 ~ 70 min
1 hr 55 min ~
2 hr 25 min
1 hr 55 min ~
2 hr 25 min
2 hr 25 min ~
2 hr 55 min
2 hr 25 min ~
2 hr 55 min
2 hr 55 min ~
4 hr 10 min
approx.
1 hr 40 min
approx.
1 hour
Approx.
10 min
Approx.
10 min
2 hr 20 min 3 hr 15 min 3 hr 35 min 45 min
Whole Wheat
Bake
Whole Wheat
Bake Sandwich
Multigrain
Bake
Whole Wheat
Bake Rapid
Whole Wheat
Bake Raisin
French Bake Bake Only
Basic
Bake Rapid
Basic
Bake Raisin
Whole Wheat
Dough
Whole Wheat
Dough Raisin
Multigrain
Dough
French Dough Pizza Dough
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BAKE (loaf) modes
Knead
Rise
Bake
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15 ~ 20
min
15 ~ 25
min
10 ~ 20
min
10 ~ 20
min
10 ~ 20
min
10 ~ 20
min
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4 hours 1 hr 55min 4 hours 5 hours 3 hours 5 hours 6 hours 15 ~ 70 min
Total
Timer
Basic Dough
Basic Dough
Raisin
Rest 30 ~ 50
min
55 ~ 75
min
15 ~ 25
min
40 ~ 75
min
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1 hr 15 min ~
1 hr 35 min
1 hr 45 min ~
2 hr 40 min
10 ~ 15
min
1 hr 45 min ~
2 hr 5 min
P
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DOUGH modes
Knead
Rise
Knead
Rise
10 ~ 20
min
10 ~ 20
min
10 ~ 15
min
Total
Timer
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Mode
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Measuring spoon
Use to measure sugar, salt, etc.
Tablespoon (approx. 15 mR)
(1/2 tablespoon marked)
Teaspoon (approx. 5 mR)
(1/4, 1/2 & 3/4 teaspoon marked)
Measuring cup
Use to measure liquids.
(1 cup/8 fl. oz./240 mR)
Accessories
Bread pan
Slide in the pan to the correct position in
the unit.
Twist slightly anti-clockwise to remove.
To remove
Kneading blade
Handle
Control panel
Kneader
mounting shaft
Cord
Plug*
Lid
Body
Parts identification
English
* The shape of plug differs in
different countries of EU.
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DARK LIGHT
BASIC
WHOLEWHEAT
MULTIGRAIN
FRENCH
PIZZA
BAKEONLY
L M S
SELECT
SIZE
START
STOP
TIMER
CRUST
MENU
TEMP REST
RAISIN
BAKE DOUGH
RAPID ALERT
SANDWICH
SD-206
Be sure you understand the function of each pad before using the .
NOTE: The unit has a protective film overlay on the control panel to prevent scratching or marring
during shipping.
You may peel this film off and discard it.
Display window
All modes and indications are shown here for reference.
CRUST
Press this pad to select the colour of the crust
for BAKE, BAKE RAPID & BAKE RAISIN modes
of BASIC loaf.
SELECT
Press to select the bake mode: BAKE, BAKE
RAPID, BAKE SANDWICH, BAKE RAISIN,
DOUGH or DOUGH RAISIN.
(It is not necessary to press this pad for BAKE .)
Each time the pad is pressed, the display will
change accordingly.
SIZE
Press this pad to select the size of the loaf for:
BAKE, BAKE RAPID & BAKE RAISIN modes of
BASIC and WHOLE WHEAT loaves.
TIMER
Press this pad to set the timer and to set the
baking time for BAKE ONLY mode.
The time will advance 10 minutes each time this pad
is pressed. (1 minute for the BAKE ONLY mode.)
The timer setting will change rapidly if constant
pressure is applied to the pad.
Indicating light
The red light will be lit when in operation.
It will flash when the bread baking or the dough
making is completed.
It will also flash in a different frequency when
operated in abnormal conditions.
START/STOP
Press this pad to start operation or begin the timer.
Press this pad to stop operation or cancel the timer setting.
To stop operation, the pad must be pressed and
held for 1 second.
MENU
Press to select the type of bread: BASIC, WHOLE WHEAT,
MULTIGRAIN, FRENCH, PIZZA or BAKE ONLY.
(It is not necessary to press this pad for BASIC. )
Each time the pad is pressed, the display will
change accordingly.
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Control panel-display/functions
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English
Page: 11
Close the top lid.
Plug into a 230 (230 ~ 240 for U. K.)
volt outlet.
will light up.
Steps Notes
Remove the bread pan from the unit.
Twist slightly anti-clockwise and pull
up, using the handle.
Mount the kneading blade on the shaft.
Make sure that the kneading blade and
the kneading shaft are free of bread
crumbs.
The kneading blade is
designed to fit loosely on the
shaft with some loose turning.
Place flour and all dry ingredients inside
the bread pan.
RAISIN modes only
You may place dried fruits (e.g. raisins)
later when the beeper sounds to prevent
them from being crushed (see step 10.)
Flour, dry milk, salt, sugar,
butter, etc., first.
Pour water and other liquids, if any, into
the bread pan.
Place the bread pan inside the body.
Be sure the bread pan contacts the
bottom of the unit.
Fold the handle down.
Wipe off any moisture or
foreign matter from the outside
of the bread pan before
placing it in the unit.
If the bread pan is not placed
correctly, the dough will not be
kneaded properly.
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Place Easy Blend yeast inside the
bread pan.
For best results, place the yeast
first, so that it is at the bottom of
all other ingredients.
Position the unit away from
edge of the table or counter-
top.
The unit may vibrate or move
during the kneading process.
Place the unit where it will not
fall off should the unit move
during the kneading process.
How to use
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English
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START
STOP
7 Press MENU to choose the type of bread
indicated on the right of display.
For BASIC, it is not necessary to press
this pad.
For BAKE ONLY program,
refer to P.15 Ð 16 for instructions.
See ÒChoice of bread modesÓ
on P
. 7.
Press SELECT to choose BAKE RAPID,
BAKE SANDWICH, BAKE RAISIN,
DOUGH or DOUGH RAISIN.
Select size. Select crust colour.
See ÒChoice of baking modesÓ
on P
. 7.
The mode you require will flash.
See availability of size and
colour selection on P
. 7.
Press START/STOP.
ÒRest Ó begins.
The resting settles the temperature of
the bread pan and ingredients.
After rest, the process will proceed to
knead, then to rise and finally, bake.
The time remaining until the bread is
finished is displayed in hours and
minutes. (3:59, 3:58 ¥ ¥ ¥)
There will be no mixing action
during resting.
A clicking noise may be heard
during operation. This is not a
malfunction.
For information of the process
of each mode, see P
. 8.
The time required for each of
the steps will vary according
to factors such as voltage
fluctuation and room
temperature.
The above display is
for BASIC–BAKE,
L size, medium colour.
Notes
Steps
8
9
For BASIC: 42~72 minutes from
START.
For WHOLE WHEAT: 72~102
minutes from START.
Do not put your finger in the dough,
or touch the bread pan while adding
the dried fruits.
During operation, do not remove
the pan, nor unplug the power cord.
In the last part of kneading, there will be
two sessions of beep sound. RAISIN on
display will blink and kneading will stop
for 1 minute.
Add the dried fruits (e.g. raisins) during
this period to prevent them from being
crushed.
Close the lid and leave the unit.
When 1 minute has passed, kneading
will begin again and the RAISIN will
stop blinking.
10
The above display
is for BASIC-BAKE
RAISIN, L size,
light colour.
RAISIN modes only
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SELECT MENU
DARK LIGHT
BASIC
WHOLE WHEAT
MULTIGRAIN
FRENCH
PIZZA
BAKE ONLY
L M S
TEMP REST
RAISIN
BAKE DOUGH
RAPID ALERT
SANDWICH
SELECT MENU
DARK LIGHT
BASIC
WHOLE WHEAT
MULTIGRAIN
FRENCH
PIZZA
BAKE ONLY
L M S
TEMP REST
RAISIN
BAKE DOUGH
RAPID ALERT
SANDWICH
DARK LIGHT
BASIC
WHOLE WHEAT
MULTIGRAIN
FRENCH
PIZZA
BAKE ONLY
L M S
TEMP REST
RAISIN
BAKE DOUGH
RAPID ALERT
SANDWICH
DARK LIGHT
BASIC
WHOLE WHEAT
MULTIGRAIN
FRENCH
PIZZA
BAKE ONLY
L M S
TEMP REST
RAISIN
BAKE DOUGH
RAPID ALERT
SANDWICH
SIZE CRUST
For BAKE, it is not necessary to press
this pad.
English
The timer cannot be used
for this mode.
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Steps Notes
The beeper will sound eight times and
the indicating light will flash when the
bread is baked, or the dough is
completed.
Promptly open the lid and remove the
bread pan using oven gloves.
Press START/STOP.
The unit keeps the bread warm for 1
hour or until START/STOP is pressed to
prevent condensation of the steam.
For DOUGH modes, follow each recipe
directions for further steps instructed in
the cook book.
The bread pan will be very
hot.
Do not place it on any plastic
surfaces. Handle carefully.
If the bread is left in the unit,
further browning of crust colour
may occur.
Turn the pan upside down.
Shake the pan several times to release
the bread.
If the kneading blade comes out with
the bread, use a heat-resistant plastic
utensil to remove it.
For DOUGH modes, when baking is
completed, remove from the oven,
using oven gloves.
Place the bread on a wire rack to cool
and allow the steam to escape.
See ÒSlicing and storing the
breadÓ on P
. 17.
Unplug after use.
-Allow at least 1 hour for the unit to cool down before the next use.
11
12
13
14
15
The bread and the kneading
blade will be very hot.
A metal utensil may scratch
the finish of the kneading
blade.
Beep
Beep
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English
Page: 14
Press TIMER to set the amount of time
in which you want the bread to be
ready.
Time may be set for any length of time
from 4 hours to 13 hours for BASIC,
from 5 hours to 13 hours for WHOLE
WHEAT and MULTIGRAIN,
from 6 hours to 13 hours for FRENCH.
See P. 10 for further
explanation of the timer pads.
There will be no action while
the timer is working.
Notes
Steps
Follow the same steps as in pages 11-12 except step 9.
For step 9, follow the instructions below.
Press START/STOP.
The time remaining before the bread is
finished is displayed in hours and
minutes.
Ò Follow the previous steps 1-6. For step 7, choose either BASIC or WHOLEWHEAT (there is no
BAKE RAPID mode for the MULTIGRAIN or FRENCH). For steps 8 & 9, follow the instructions below.Ó
Press SELECT pad to choose
BAKE RAPID.
Then select size and crust colour.
The remaining
time is displayed
in hours and
minutes.
The above display is for BASIC-BAKE
(RAPID) mode, L size, medium colour.
Press START pad.
The above display is for
BASIC-BAKE, L size,
medium colour.
Example:
If the present time is 9:00 pm, and you want the
bread to be finished at 6:30 am tomorrow morning,
set the timer to (9 hours and 30 minutes), the
time required until the completion of the bread.
9:30
9:00 pm
start
6:30 am
finish
(9 hours
and 30 minutes)
12
9
6
3
Using the BAKE RAPID mode
To use the timer (BAKE mode only)
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TIMER
START
STOP
START
STOP
SELECT MENU
DARK LIGHT
BASIC
WHOLEWHEAT
MULTIGRAIN
FRENCH
PIZZA
BAKEONLY
L M S
TEMP REST
RAISIN
BAKE DOUGH
RAPID ALERT
SANDWICH
DARK LIGHT
BASIC
WHOLEWHEAT
MULTIGRAIN
FRENCH
PIZZA
BAKEONLY
L M S
TEMP REST
RAISIN
BAKE DOUGH
RAPID ALERT
SANDWICH
English
The timer cannot be used for this mode.
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Follow the previous steps 1-7.
Using the DOUGH mode
Using the BAKE ONLY mode
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Steps Notes
Press to select DOUGH .
The display will go out when the beeper stops,
but the indicating light will flash until the STOP
pad is pressed.
Dough will flash.
Operation begins after the rest
condition to settle the
temperature of the bread pan
and ingredients.
Prepare cake in a separate mixing
bowl.
Follow instructions in the
Cookbook for details.
Press START pad.
DOUGH will stop flashing.
The remaining time is displayed in hours and minutes.
The beeper will sound eight times and the indicating light will flash
when the dough is completed. Press STOP pad when the beeper
stops. Remove the bread pan. Close the lid. Unplug after use.
* There will be no mixing action after the START pad is pressed.
(Time will be longer in hot temperatures).
8
9
Shape and give dough final rising before baking in a conventional
oven as per the recipes given.
10 When baking is completed, remove from the oven, using your
oven gloves and cool on a wire rack.
11 The timer cannot be used
for this mode.
START
STOP
START
STOP
SELECT
Pour the mixture into the bread pan.
(The kneading blade must be
removed.)
Steps Notes
1
2
Press MENU to choose BAKE ONLY.
3 MENU
English
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Before cleaning the unit, unplug and allow the unit to cool.
Body and Lid
Body and lid should be wiped clean with a damp cloth.
Use only mild liquid detergent. For baked-on materials, use
Scotch Brite nylon felt pads and detergent on the interior.
Do not use cleansers, steel wool pads, or other abrasive
materials.
Do not use benzine, thinner, alcohol, etc.
Temperature sensor
Wipe gently and avoid deforming the temperature sensor.
Bread pan and kneading blade
If the kneading blade cannot be easily removed from the pan by
twisting the mounting shaft, pour lukewarm water into the cooled
pan and allow to soak for 5Ð10 minutes. Remove the blade.
Always remove the blade and wash the pan with mild, liquid
detergent after each use.
Do not use other abrasive materials or otherwise, the pan may
be scratched.
These parts are not dishwasher safe.
Measuring cup and spoon
Rinse and wipe dry.
These parts are not dishwasher safe.
Kneader mounting shaft
Lid
1. Be sure that the unit and the bread pan have dried completely before storing.
2. On the interior of the body some discolouration may occur with use.
Temperature
sensor
Body
How to clean
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Steps Notes
Press TIMER to set the required time.
(Between 15 to 70 minutes.)
The TIMER cannot be used to delay the
start of baking.
Time indication starts from 30
minutes and moves up to
1 hour 10 minutes in 1 minute
increment.
Press START / STOP.
4
5
Follow the same steps 11-15 on P. 13 to complete baking.
Note: Upon completion of baking, you may check the consistency
of the baked product by piercing the centre with a skewer.
If the baking is still insufficient, you may additionally bake
by repeating above steps 3 & 4.
The additional baking time may be set as long as the
accumulated baking time does not exceed 70 minutes.
6 When checking with a skewer,
take utmost care not to burn
yourself as the oven cavity will
be extremely hot.
TIMER
START
STOP
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With extended use, a small quantity of ingredients may leak out from the outlet of the bread pan. This is
normal. The bread pan is designed so that the ingredients in the kneader mounting shaft unit may be
discharged to prevent rotation stoppage.
When the kneader mounting shaft does not rotate, it is necessary to replace the kneader mounting shaft unit
with a new one.
Consult with your authorised Panasonic Service Centre for servicing or for purchase of replacement parts.
Outlet
Kneader mounting shaft
Kneader mounting shaft unit
(Part No. ADA 29A115)
Leakage of bread ingredients from the bread pan
Power supply
Power consumed
Capacity
Timer
Protective device
Dimensions (H W D)
Weight
Accessories
approx. 35.5 34.0 23.2 cm
230V (230-240V for U. K.) AC 50 Hz
550 W
Digital timer (up to 13 hours)
Self-resetting motor protector
approx. 7.1 O.
Measuring cup, Measuring spoon
max. 500Nof strong flour
min. 300Nof strong flour
Specifications
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Cool the bread on a wire rack before slicing or storing the bread.
Slicing homemade bread
Homemade bread can be cut with a bread knife.
Place the loaf on its side and cut with a sawing
motion.
Storing homemade bread
After cooling the bread completely at room
temperature, wrap it in a foil or a plastic bag
to preserve freshness.
To enjoy the taste of freshly baked homemade
bread, try to consume your bread as soon as
possible.
For longer storage, wrap well and store in the
freezer.
It is better to slice the loaf before freezing.
Slicing and storing the bread
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TEMP
ALERT
Reason/Cause
Condition
Motor protection device
Remedy 2
There has been a 10-minute or
less power cut. (The power plug
has been inadvertently pulled out or
the breaker has activated.)
How to reset/restart
If the interruption in the power supply is
momentary, the operation will not be affected.
If the power is restored within 10 minutes, the
bread maker will operate again. However, the
bread may not turn out well.
Remove the dough and start again using all
new ingredients.
Not baked at all, although
the operation appears to
have proceeded.
Check to see if the kneader mounting shaft can
rotate.
Motor protection device has activated.
This only happens when the unit is
overloaded and an excessive force
is applied to the motor.
After about 30 minutes, the motor
automatically starts running again.
If the unit is overloaded and an excessive force is applied to the motor, the protection device will
stop the motor. After approximately 30 minutes, the motor will automatically start running again. It is
recommended to restart with fresh ingredients.
If the kneading blade is restricted by hard dough, take out the dough. The
unit will restart 30 minutes later.
Check to see if the kneader mounting shaft of the bread pan can rotate.
If it can rotate, restart the bread maker after 30 minutes. If it cannot rotate,
service will be required.
Make sure you did not use
too much or too hard/heavy
ingredients, then start again
using all new ingredients.
Service will
be required.
is on
display.
is on
display.
appears
on
display.
There has been more than 10
minutes power cut. (power failure,
unplugging of the power cord, or a
malfunctioning of household fuse or
breaker).
Leave the unit as it is.
When the unit has cooled to below 40ûC/105ûF,
will disappear from the display window
and the red indicating light will go out.
This indicates that the unit is now ready to use.
The unit is hot (above 40ûC/105ûF).
This may occur during repetitive use.
You must allow the unit to cool down
before reusing.
ALERT
TEMP
TEMP
Display Indications for Abnormal Conditions
Yes No
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Remedy 1
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Before calling for service
Please check the following:
BAKING RESULTS:
Neither the
indicating
light nor
the display
light up.
Smoke
emitted
from steam
vent.
Burning
smell.
Sides of
bread
collapse
and bottom
is damp.
Bread
rises
too
much.
OPERATIONAL
ERRORS
INGREDIENT
PROBLEMS
Unplugged.
Ingredient spilled on heater element.
Power interruption (display ).
START/STOP pad was pressed after starting.
Top lid was open during operation.
Mode selection was wrong (DOUGH mode was
chosen).
Bread left in bread pan too long after baking.
Bread sliced just after baking (Steam was not
allowed to escape).
Water added after kneading flour.
Kneading blade not installed properly in pan.
MEASUREMENT
ERRORS
Flour
Yeast
Water
No sweetening agents
Not enough
Not enough
Not enough
Too much
Too much
Too much
No yeast
Ingredients used other than prescribed.
Flour
Yeast
Old flour used.
Wrong type of flour used.
Yeast not placed in pan first, or liquids
touched yeast before kneading.
Old yeast used.
Wrong type of yeast used.
Temperature of water was either too hot or too cold.
(Not within optimum temperature range of 20 5ûC.)
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Collapsed
after
over-rising.
Bread
doesn't
rise
enough.
Unleavened or not leavened enough
Top of
bread
floured.
Under-
browned
and sticky.
Browned and
floured sides,
center sticky
and raw.
Sides
brown but
flour coated
bottom.
Not baked. Slices
unevenly
and is
sticky.
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DZ50E129
MU0698-2029 Printed in Japan
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Osaka 542-8588, Japan

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