SilverCrest SBB 850 C1 manual

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  • Brand: SilverCrest
  • Product: Bread Makers
  • Model/name: SBB 850 C1
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Table of Contents

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Contents
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Package contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Description of the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
Before initial use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Programme. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
Timer function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Before baking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Baking bread . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
Cleaning and care. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55
Disposal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
Warranty and service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
Importer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57
Programme sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58
Troubleshooting the bread maker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
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BREAD MAKER
Introduction
Congratulations on the purchase of your new
appliance.
You have selected a high-quality product.
The operating instructions are part of this product.
They contain important information on safety, usage
and disposal. Before using the product, familiarise
yourself with all handling and safety guidelines.
Use the product only as described and for the range
of applications specified. Please also pass these
operating instructions on to any future owner(s).
Intended use
This bread maker is intended only for home use for
baking bread or for cooking jams and preserves.
Do not use the appliance for drying foodstuffs
or other objects. Do not use the bread maker
outdoors.
Use only the accessories recommended by the
manufacturer. Other accessories can cause damage
to the appliance.
This appliance is intended solely for use in private
households.
Not for commercial use!
Package contents
Bread maker
Baking mould
2 kneading blades
Measuring cup
Measuring spoon
Kneading blade remover
Operating instructions
Brief information
Recipe Book
NOTE
► When unpacking the appliance, check it
thoroughly for possible transport damage.
If required, contact the Service Centre (see
section "Warranty and Service").
Description of the appliance
Figure A:
1 Viewing window
2 Appliance lid
3 Ventilation slots
4 Mains cable
5 Control panel
Figure B:
6 2 kneading blades
7 Baking mould for loaves with weights
of up to 1250 g
8 Measuring cup
9 Measuring spoon
0 Kneading blade remover
Technical data
Rated voltage: 220 - 240 V ~ /50 Hz
Power consumption: 850 Watt
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Safety instructions
► Please read the operating instructions completely before using the appliance
for the first time!
DANGER – ELECTRIC SHOCK!
► Always check the power cable and plug before use. To reduce potential
risks in the event of damage to the power cable, arrange for it to be
examined and repaired as soon as possible by the manufacturer, by
Customer Services or by a similarly qualified person.
► Do not place the power cable over sharp edges or close to hot surfaces
or objects. These may damage the insulation of the power cable.
► When not in use, and before cleaning the appliance, remove the
power cable from the plug.
► Never immerse the bread maker in water or other liquids. Risk of elec-
trical shock!
► Do not clean the appliance with abrasive cleaning sponges.
If parts come loose from the sponge and come into contact with electrical
components, there is a risk of electric shock.
WARNING! RISK OF INJURY!
► Risk of suffocation! Children can suffocate through the improper use of
packaging materials. Dispose of them immediately after unpacking or
store them in a place that is out of reach of children.
► To prevent the risk of tripping accidents, the appliance is equipped with
a short power cable.
► Before taking out or inserting accessories, unplug the appliance and
allow it to cool down.
► Place an extension cable in such a way as to prevent anyone from
tripping over it or inadvertently pulling on it.
► If there are any children nearby, please watch over the appliance
closely! If the appliance is not in use, and also before cleaning it,
remove the plug from the power socket. Allow the appliance to cool
down before removing individual parts.
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WARNING! RISK OF INJURY!
► This appliance may be used by children of the age of 8 years or more
and by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities
or lack of experience and/or knowledge if they are being supervised
or have been instructed with regard to the safe use of the appliance
and have understood the potential risks.
► Do not allow children to play with the appliance.
► Cleaning and user maintenance may not be carried out by children,
unless they are older than 8 years of age and supervised.
► Children younger than eight years of age must be kept away from the
appliance and the power cable.
► This appliance complies with all pertinent safety regulations. Inspection,
repair and technical maintenance may only be performed by a qualified
specialist. Improper usage invalidates all claims under the warranty.
► Attention! The bread maker gets very hot during operation. Do not
touch the appliance until it has cooled down, or use oven gloves.
► Do not move the bread maker if the baking mould contains hot or
liquid contents, e.g. jams. There is a risk of burns!
► Do not attempt to touch the rotating kneading blades during use.
There is a risk of injury!
► During operation, the temperature of exposed surfaces can be very
high. Risk of burns!
Caution! Hot surface!
Parts of the appliance get very hot during use!
Risk of burns!
WARNING! RISK OF FIRE!
► Do not use an external timing switch or a separate remote control
system to operate the appliance.
► Do not place the appliance near inflammable materials or explosive/
combustible gases. Maintain a minimum distance of 10 cm to all other
objects.
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WARNING! RISK OF FIRE!
► Never cover the appliance with a towel or other material. Heat and
steam must be able to escape. A fire can be caused if the appliance is
covered with inflammable material or comes into contact with inflam-
mable materials, e.g. curtains.
► Do not place any objects on the appliance and do not cover it during use.
► Never place aluminium foil or other metallic objects in the bread
maker. This could cause a short circuit.
► Never use more than 700 g of flour when baking and never add more than
1¼ packets of dried yeast. The dough could overflow and cause a fire!
The only exception to this rule is gluten-free bread. In this case, a maxi-
mum of 2 packets of dried yeast may be used (see recipe booklet).
CAUTION – PROPERTY DAMAGE!
► Ensure that the ventilation slots of the appliance are not obstructed at
any time. Risk of overheating!
► Never leave the appliance unsupervised whilst in use!
► Only use the appliance inside of buildings.
► Never place the appliance on or close to a gas or electric cooker, a
hot oven or any other heat source. Risk of overheating!
► The use of accessories not recommended by the manufacturer may cause
damage to the appliance. Only use the appliance for its intended pur-
poses. Improper usage invalidates all claims under the warranty.
► Do not start a baking programme if the baking mould is not in the
appliance. This could cause irreparable damage to the appliance.
► Do not pull on the cable to remove the plug from the socket; always
pull on the plug itself.
► Do not use the bread maker to store foods or utensils.
► Never use the appliance without a baking mould or with an empty
one. This will irreparably damage the appliance.
► Always close the lid during use.
► Never attempt to remove the baking mould during use.
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CAUTION – PROPERTY DAMAGE!
► Always place the appliance on a dry, flat and heat-resistant surface.
► Before plugging the appliance in, check to ensure that the kind of current
and mains voltage match the information given on the type plate.
► If you use an extension cable, ensure that the maximum permitted
power rating for the cable corresponds to that of the bread maker.
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Before initial use
Unpacking
■ Unpack the appliance and remove all packaging
materials as well as any stickers and protective
films.
■ When unpacking the appliance, check it thor-
oughly for possible transport damage. If required,
contact the Service Centre (see section "Warranty
and Service").
Initial cleaning
Wipe the baking mould 7, kneading blades 6
and upper surfaces of the bread maker with a
clean moist cloth before taking it into operation.
Do not use abrasive sponges or abrasive cleaning
agents. Remove the protective foil from the control
panel 5 if you have not already done so.
Initial heating
1) When heating for the first time, place the
empty baking mould 7 into the appliance and
then close the lid 2.
WARNING! RISK OF FIRE!
► Do not heat the bread maker for more than
5 minutes with an empty baking mould 7.
There is a risk of overheating.
2) Select programme 12, as described in the
section "Programmes", and press the Start/
Stop button  to heat up the appliance for
5 minutes.
3) After 5 minutes, end the programme by press-
ing and holding the Start/Stop button  until
you hear a long signal tone.
NOTE
As the heating elements are lightly greased, you
may notice a slight smell when using the appli-
ance for the first time. This is harmless and stops
after a short time. Ensure sufficient ventilation; for
example, by opening a window.
4) Let the appliance cool down completely and
once again wipe the baking mould 7, knead-
ing blades 6 and the outer surfaces of the
bread maker with a clean moist cloth.
Features
This bread maker allows you to bake bread just
the way you like it.
■ You can choose from 12 different baking
programmes.
■ You can use ready-to-use baking mixtures.
■ You can prepare dough for rolls and noodles
and even make marmalades and jams.
■ By using the programme “Gluten-free” you
can bake gluten-free baking mixes and recipes
containing gluten-free flours, such as cornflour,
buckwheat flour or potato flour.
Control panel







 

  
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 Display
Display for
 selecting the weight (750 g, 1000 g, 1250 g)
 the remaining baking time in minutes and the
preselected programme time
 the selected browning level (Light ,
Medium , Dark , Rapid )
 the selected programme number
 the programme sequence
 the addition of ingredients ("ADD")
 Start/Stop
To start and stop operation or to delete a timer
programme.
To interrupt operation, briefly press the Start/Stop
button  until you hear a beep and the time flashes
on display . If you press the Start/Stop button 
again within the next 10 minutes, operation will be
resumed. If you forget to restart the programme, it
will resume automatically after 10 minutes.
To completely terminate the operation or to delete
a programme, press the Start/Stop button  for
3 seconds, until you hear a long beep.
NOTE
► Do not press the Start/Stop button  if you
want to simply check the condition of the
bread. You can check the baking progress
through the viewing window 1.
CAUTION!
► You should always hear a beep when pressing
any button while the appliance is running.
 Browning level
(or rapid mode)
Select the browning level or switch into the rapid
mode (Light/Medium/Dark/Rapid). Press the
browning level button  repeatedly, until the
arrow appears above the desired browning level.
For programmes 1–4 you can, through repeated
pressing of the browning level button , activate
the rapid mode to shorten the baking process.
Press the browning level button  repeatedly until
the arrow appears above "Rapid" icon. A browning
level cannot be selected with the programmes 6,
7 and 11.
 Timer
Time-delayed baking.
NOTE
 Operating light
The operating light  lights up when a programme
is running.
If you want to start a programme with a time delay,
the operating light  flashes as soon as the timer
setting is confirmed. As soon as the programme
starts, the operating light  lights up permanently.
 Bread weight
Select the bread weight (750 g/1000 g/1250 g).
Press the button repeatedly until the arrow appears
under the desired weight. The weight specifications
(750 g/1000 g/1250 g) refer to the total amount
of ingredients placed in the baking mould 7.
NOTE
► The default setting when switching the appli-
ance on is 1250 g. You cannot adjust the
bread weight with the Programmes 6, 7, 11
and 12.
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 Programme selection (menu)
Call up the desired baking programme (1–12).
The programme number appears on the display 
along with the respective baking time.
Memory function
When the appliance is switched back on after
a power failure of up to about 10 minutes, the
programme will continue from the same point. This,
however, does not apply to deleting/ending the
baking process or pressing the Start/Stop button 
until you hear a long beep.
Viewing window 1
You can monitor the baking process through the
viewing window 1.
Programme
Select the desired programme using the programme
selection button . The corresponding programme
number is shown on the display .
The baking times are dependent on the selected
programme combinations. See section "Programme
sequence".
Programme 1: Regular
For white and mixed-flour breads, comprising
predominantly wheat and rye. The bread has a
compact consistency. Set the degree of browning
of the bread using the browning level button .
Programme 2: French
For light breads from well-milled flour. As a rule, the
bread is light and has a crispy crust.
Programme 3: Whole Wheat
For breads made from robust flours, e.g. whole
wheat flour and whole rye flour. The bread will
be more compact and heavy.
Programme 4: Sweet
For breads with ingredients like fruit juices, coconut
flakes, raisins, dried fruit, chocolate or additional
sugar. By means of an extended rising phase the
bread is lighter and airier.
Programme 5: Super Rapid
Less time is required for kneading, rising and baking.
For this programme, however, use only recipes that
do not contain any heavy ingredients or heavy
varieties of flour. Note that in this programme the
bread is less aerated and might not come out quite
as tasty.
Programme 6: Dough (kneading)
For the preparation of yeast dough for rolls, pizza
or plaits. This programme does not include a baking
process.
Programme 7: Pasta
For the preparation of pasta dough. This programme
does not include a baking process.
Programme 8: Buttermilk Bread
For breads made with buttermilk or yoghurt.
Programme 9: Gluten Free
For breads made with gluten-free flours and baking
mixes. Gluten-free flours take longer to absorb
liquids and they have differing rising properties.
Programme 10: Cake
In this programme, the ingredients are kneaded,
allowed to rise and then baked. Use baking
powder for this programme.
Programme 11: Jam
For making jams, preserves, jellies and fruit
spreads.
Programme 12: Bake
For the additional baking of breads that are not
brown enough, not baked through or for ready-
made doughs. There are no kneading and rising
processes in this programme. The bread is kept
warm for up to one hour after the baking process.
This prevents the bread from becoming too moist.
Programme 12 bakes the bread for 60 minutes.
To stop these functions early, press the Start/Stop
button  until your hear a long signal tone. To
switch the appliance off, remove the plug from the
wall power socket.
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NOTE
► In programmes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9, a
signal tone sounds during the sequence and
"ADD"  appears on the display. Directly
after this, add the other ingredients, such as
fruit or nuts. You do not need to interrupt the
programme.
The kneading blades 6 will not chop the
ingredients. If you have set the timer, you can
put all the ingredients into the baking mould 7
at the programme start. In this case, however,
fruits and nuts should be chopped beforehand.
Timer function
The timer function allows you to delay the baking
process by a preset time.
Use the arrow buttons and  to set the
desired completion time for the baking process.
The maximum time delay is 15 hours.
WARNING! RISK OF FIRE!
► Before you bake a particular type of bread
with time delay, try out the recipe first to
ensure that the proportions of the ingredients
are correct, that the dough is not too firm or
too thin, and that the quantities are not too
much and could possibly overflow.
1) Select a programme. The display  indicates
the required baking time.
2) Using the arrow key , you can delay
the end of the programme. The first activation
pushes the completion time back to the next full
interval of 10 minutes. Each subsequent press
of the arrow key  delays the completion
time by 10 minutes. You can accelerate this
procedure by holding the button pressed
down. The display shows you the whole period
of the baking time and delay time.
If you exceed of the maximum time delay, you
can correct the time with the arrow key .
3) Confirm the programming of the timer with the
Start/Stop button .
The operating light  starts to flash. The colon
on the display  flashes and the programmed
time starts to run.
As soon as the programme starts, the operating
light  is on permanently. When the baking pro-
cess has been completed, you will hear ten beeps
and the display  indicates 0:00.
Example:
It is 8:00 a.m. and you would like to have fresh
bread in 7 hours and 30 minutes, in other words
at 3:30 p.m. Start by selecting programme 1 and
then press the arrow keys  until 7:30 appears
in the display , as the time until completion is
7 hours and 30 minutes.
NOTE
► The timer function cannot be activated with
the programme "Jam".
NOTE
► Please do not use perishable ingredients such
as milk, eggs, cream or cheese, etc. when
using the time delay function.
Before baking
For a successful baking process, please consider
the following factors:
Ingredients
WARNING! RISK OF FIRE!
► Remove the baking mould 7 from the appli-
ance before filling it with ingredients. If any
ingredients drop into the baking chamber, a
fire may be caused by them from heating of
the heating elements.
■ Always add the ingredients into the baking
mould 7 in the specified sequence.
■ To ensure an optimal rising result from the yeast,
all ingredients should be at room temperature.
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WARNING! RISK OF FIRE!
► Never use quantities greater than those speci-
fied. If there is too much dough, some could
spill over the baking mould 7, drop onto the
hot heating elements and cause a fire.
■ Ensure that you measure the ingredients precisely.
Even small deviations from the quantities specified
in the recipe may affect the baking results.
Baking bread
Preparation
NOTE
► Place the bread maker on a level and firm
surface.
1) Pull the baking mould 7 upwards and out of
the appliance.
2) Push the kneading blades 6 onto the drive
shafts in the baking mould 7. Ensure that they
are firmly seated.
3) Add the ingredients into the baking mould 7.
First add the liquids, sugar and salt, then the
flour. Add the yeast as the last ingredient.
NOTE
► Ensure that the yeast does not come into
contact with salt or liquids.
4) Insert the baking mould 7 again. Ensure that it
clicks into place correctly.
5) Close the appliance lid 2.
6) Put the power plug into the mains power socket.
You will hear a beep and the programme
number and the duration for programme 1
will appear on the display .
7) Select the programme you want using the
programme select button . Every input is
acknowledged with a beep.
8) If necessary, use button  to select the size
of bread you want to bake.
9) Select the required level of browning  for
your bread. The arrow on the display  shows
you if you have selected, light, medium or dark.
Here you can also select the setting "Super
Rapid" to shorten the time during which the
dough rises.
NOTE
► A browning level cannot be selected for
programmes 6, 7 and 11.
The function "Rapid" is only available for
programmes 1–4.
A bread weight cannot be selected for pro-
grammes 6, 7, 11 and 12.
10) You now have the option of setting the end time
of your programme using the timer function.
You can enter in a maximum time delay of up
to 15 hours.
NOTE
► This function is not available for programme 11.
Starting a programme
Start the programme with the Start/Stop button .
NOTE
► Programmes 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 8 start with a
10 to 30 minute preheating phase (except
Super Rapid, see table for programme se-
quences). The kneading blades 6 do not move.
This is not a malfunction of the appliance.
The programme will carry out the various operations
automatically.
You can monitor the programme sequence through
the viewing window 1 of your bread maker.
Occasionally, condensation may build up on the
viewing window 1 during baking. The appliance
lid 2 may be opened during the kneading phase.
NOTE
► Do not open the appliance lid 2 during the
rising or baking phases. The bread could
collapse.
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Ending a programme
When the baking process has been completed,
you will hear ten beeps and the display  indicates
0:00. At the end of the programme, the appliance
automatically changes to a keep-warm mode for
up to 60 minutes.
NOTE
► This does not apply to programmes 6, 7 and 11.
In this mode, warm air circulates inside the appli-
ance. The keep-warm function can be ended early
by keeping the Start/Stop button  pressed until
a beep is heard.
DANGER! ELECTRIC SHOCK!
► Before opening the appliance lid 2, discon-
nect the power plug from the socket. The
appliance should always be disconnected
from the power grid when not in use!
Taking out the bread
Always use pot holders or oven gloves when re-
moving the hot baking mould 7. Hold the baking
mould 7 tilted over a grill tray and shake it lightly
until the bread slides out of the baking mould 7.
If the bread does not slip off the kneading blades 6,
carefully remove the kneading blades 6 using the
supplied kneading blade remover 0.
NOTE
Do not use any metal objects that could cause
scratches on the non-stick coating. Rinse the
baking mould 7 with warm water directly after
removing the bread. This will help prevent the
kneading blades 6 becoming stuck on the drive
shafts.
TIP
If you remove the kneading hooks 6 from the
dough after the last kneading process, the bread
will not be torn open when removing it from the
baking mould 7.
■ Press the Start/Stop button  briefly to pause
the programme at the very start of the baking
phase or, pull the power plug out of the socket.
Ensure that you replace the power plug within
10 minutes so that the baking process can be
continued.
■ Open the appliance lid 2 and remove the
baking mould 7. With floured hands, you can
remove the dough and then pull out the knead-
ing hooks 6.
■ Replace the dough in the back baking mould 7.
Replace the baking mould 7 and close the
appliance lid 2.
■ Put the power plug into the socket if necessary.
The baking program continues from where it
was stopped.
Allow the bread to cool for 15–30 minutes before
eating it.
Before cutting the bread, always check to ensure
that the kneading blades 6 have been removed
from it.
Error messages
■ If the display  shows "HHH" after the pro-
gramme has been started, it indicates that the
temperature in the bread maker is still too high.
Stop the programme and remove the power
plug. Open the appliance lid 2 and allow the
machine to cool down for 20 minutes before
reusing it.
■ If a new programme cannot be started directly
after the bread maker has completed a baking
process, it means the appliance is still too hot.
In this case, the display panel reverts to the
default setting (programme 1). Open the ap-
pliance lid 2 and allow the machine to cool
down for 20 minutes before reusing it.
NOTE
► Do not attempt to reuse the appliance until it
has cooled itself down. This functions only in
programme 12.
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■ If "EE0", "EE1" or "LLL" appears on the display
after the programme has started, switch the
bread maker off and then on again by removing
the plug from the socket and then putting it
back in. If the failure display persists, contact
Customer Service.
Cleaning and care
DANGER! ELECTRIC SHOCK!
► Before cleaning the appliance, always remove
the plug from the socket and allow the appli-
ance to cool down completely.
Protect the appliance from moisture, as
this can lead to electric shock. Please also
observe the safety instructions.
CAUTION! MATERIAL DAMAGE!
► The appliance and its accessories are not
dishwasher-proof!
► Do not use any chemical cleaning agents or
solvents to clean the bread maker.
Housing, lid, baking chamber
■ Remove all residues from the inside of the
baking chamber using a wet cloth or a slightly
damp soft sponge.
■ Wipe both the housing and the lid also only
with a moist cloth wor sponge.
For easier cleaning, the appliance lid 2 can be
removed from the housing:
– Open the appliance lid 2 until the plastic
pegs fit through the openings of the hinge
guides.
– Open the appliance lid 2 until the wedge-
shaped plastic hooks fit through the open-
ings of the hinge guides.
– Pull the appliance lid 2 out of the hinge
guides.
– To reassemble the appliance lid 2, plug
the plastic hooks through the opening of the
hinge guides.
■ Dry everything thoroughly and make sure that
all parts are dry before reuse.
Baking mould, kneading blades and
accessories
CAUTION! MATERIAL DAMAGE!
► Never immerse the baking mould 7 in water
or other liquids.
► The surfaces of the baking mould 7 and the
kneading blades 6 are coated with a non-
stick coating. When cleaning the appliance,
do not use aggressive detergents, abrasive
cleaning agents or objects that may cause
scratches to the surfaces.
NOTE
► Due to moisture and vapours, the surfaces of
various parts may change in their appear-
ance over the course of time. This has no
influence on the function nor does it reduce
the quality of the baking results.
■ Before cleaning, remove the baking mould 7
and the kneading blades 6 from the baking
chamber.
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■ Remove the kneading blades 6 from the bak-
ing mould 7. If the kneading blades 6 cannot
be removed from the baking mould 7, fill the
baking mould 7 with hot water for around
30 minutes. The kneading blades 6 should
now be easy to remove.
Clean the kneading blades 6 in warm water
with mild dishwashing detergent. For stubborn in-
crustations, you can leave the kneading blades 6
in the washing water until the incrustations can
be removed by means of a dishwashing brush.
If the mounting holes in the kneading hooks 6
are blocked, these can be carefully cleaned with
a wooden toothpick or similar.
Dry the kneading blades 6 thoroughly after
cleaning.
■ Wipe the exterior surfaces of the baking mould 7
with a moist cloth.
■ Clean the interior of the baking mould 7 with
warm water and a little dishwashing detergent.
If there are incrustations in the baking mould 7,
fill the baking mould 7 with water and add mild
dishwashing detergent. Let it soak until the incrus-
tations have softened and can be removed with
a dishwashing brush. Afterwards, rinse the baking
mould 7 with clean water and dry it off thor-
oughly.
■ Clean the measuring cup 8, the measuring
spoon 9 and the kneading blade remover 0 in
warm water with a little mild washing-up liquid.
Then rinse all parts with plenty of clean water
to remove all detergent residues. Dry everything
thoroughly.
Disposal
Never dispose of the appliance
in the normal domestic waste.
This product is subject to the
provisions of European Directive
2012/19/EU.
Dispose of the appliance through an approved
disposal centre or at your community waste facility.
Please observe applicable regulations. Please
contact your waste disposal facility if you are in
any doubt.
Dispose of all packaging materials in an
environmentally friendly manner.
Warranty and service
This appliance is provided with a 3-year warranty
valid from the date of purchase. This appliance
has been manufactured with care and inspected
meticulously prior to delivery.
Please retain your receipt as proof of purchase. In
the event of a warranty claim, please contact your
Customer Service unit by telephone. This is the only
way to guarantee free return of your goods.
The warranty only covers claims for material and
manufacturing defects, not for transport damage,
wearing parts, such as baking trays or dough hooks,
or for damage to fragile components such as switch-
es or batteries. This appliance is intended solely for
private use and not for commercial purposes.
The warranty shall be deemed void in cases of
misuse or improper handling, use of force and
modifications/repairs which have not been carried
out by one of our authorised Service centres. Your
statutory rights are not restricted by this warranty.
The warranty period is not prolonged by repairs
effected under the warranty. This also applies to
replaced and repaired components. Any damage
and defects present at the time of purchase must be
reported immediately after unpacking, but no later
than two days after the date of purchase. Repairs
carried out after expiry of the warranty period shall
be subject to charge.
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Service Great Britain
Tel.: 0871 5000 720 (£ 0.10/Min.)
E-Mail: kompernass@lidl.co.uk
IAN 270356
Hotline availability:
Monday to Friday 08:00 - 20:00 (CET)
Importer
KOMPERNASS HANDELS GMBH
BURGSTRASSE 21
44867 BOCHUM
GERMANY
www.kompernass.com
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Programme sequence
Pro-
gramme
1. Regular 2. French
Browning level
Light
Medium
Dark
Rapid
Light
Medium
Dark
Rapid
Size 750 g 1000 g 1250 g 750 g 1000 g 1250 g 750 g 1000 g 1250 g 750 g 1000 g 1250 g
Time (hours) 02:58 03:05 03:15 02:14 02:20 02:25 03:13 03:18 03:25 02:18 02:25 02:30
Preheating (min)
15 15 20 N/A N/A N/A 10 10 15 N/A N/A N/A
Kneading 1 (min)
12 13 13 12 13 13 12 12 15 12 13 13
Rising 1 (min)
25 25 25 10 10 10 20 20 20 10 10 10
Kneading 2 (min) 2
3A*
5
2
5A
5
2
5A
5
2
1A
5
2
2A
5
2
2A
5
2
3A*
8
2
5A
8
2
5A
8
2
1A
5
2
2A
5
2
2A
5
Rising 2 (min)
30 30 30 18 18 18 43 41 35 18 18 18
Rising 3 (min)
30 30 30 30 30 30 35 35 35 30 30 30
Baking (min)
56 60 65 56 60 65 60 65 70 60 65 70
Keep warm time (min)
60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60
Add the ingredients
(remaining hours)
02:01 02:05 02:10 01:49 01:53 01:58 02:26 02:29 02:28 01:53 01:58 02:03
Presetting the time 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs
*3A means that after 3 minutes of kneading, you will hear 10 beeps and "ADD"  will be displayed at
the same time. This reminds you that you can now add ingredients such as fruit or nuts.
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Programme 3. Whole Wheat 4. Sweet
Browning level
Light
Medium
Dark
Rapid
Light
Medium
Dark
Rapid
Size 750 g 1000 g 1250 g 750 g 1000 g 1250 g 750 g 1000 g 1250 g 750 g 1000 g 1250 g
Time (hours) 03:18 03:25 03:35 02:24 02:30 02:35 02:56 03:01 03:10 02:10 02:16 02:20
Preheating (min)
15 15 20 N/A N/A N/A 10 10 15 N/A N/A N/A
Kneading 1 (min)
11 12 12 11 13 13 12 12 12 11 12 12
Rising 1 (min)
30 30 30 10 10 10 25 25 25 10 10 10
Kneading 2 (min) 2
3A
8
2
5A
8
2
5A
8
2
2A
5
2
2A
5
2
2A
5
2
4A*
6
2
5A
6
2
5A
6
2
1A
6
2
2A
6
2
2A
6
Rising 2 (min)
38 38 38 23 23 23 35 35 35 18 18 18
Rising 3 (min)
35 35 35 35 35 35 30 30 30 30 30 30
Baking (min)
56 60 65 56 60 65 52 56 60 52 56 60
Keep warm time
(Min) 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60
Add the ingredients
(remaining hours)
02:17 02:21 02:26 01:59 02:03 02:08 02:03 02:07 02:11 01:46 01:50 01:54
Presetting the time 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs
*4A means that after 4 minutes of kneading, you will hear 10 beeps and "ADD"  will be displayed at
the same time. This reminds you that you can now add ingredients such as fruit or nuts.
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Programme
5. Super Rapid
6.
Dough
7.
Pasta
8. Buttermilk
Bread
9. Gluten Free
Browning level
Light
Medium
Dark
N/A N/A
Light
Medium
Dark
Light
Medium
Dark
Size 750 g 1000 g 1250 g N/A N/A 750 g 1000 g 1250 g 750 g 1000 g 1250 g
Time (hours) 01:15 01:18 01:20 01:50 00:15 03:17 03:21 03:30 02:14 02:20 02:25
Preheating (min)
N/A N/A N/A 10 N/A 25 25 30 N/A N/A N/A
Kneading 1 (min)
8 8 8 12 15 10 10 10 12 13 13
Rising 1 (min)
N/A N/A N/A 10 N/A 20 20 20 10 10 10
Kneading 2 (min) N/A
2A
5
N/A
2A
5
N/A
2A
5
N/A
3A
5
N/A
N/A
N/A
2
5A*
8
2
5A*
8
2
5A*
8
2
1A
5
2
2A
5
2
2A
5
Rising 2 (min)
N/A N/A N/A 25 N/A 45 45 45 18 18 18
Rising 3 (min)
20 20 20 45 N/A 30 30 30 30 30 30
Baking (min)
40 43 45 N/A N/A 52 56 60 56 60 65
Keep warm time (min)
60 60 60 N/A N/A 60 60 60 60 60 60
Add the ingredients
(remaining hours)
01:05 01:08 01:10 01:15 N/A 02:15 02:19 02:23 01:49 01:53 01:58
Presetting the time 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs
*5A means that after 5 minutes of kneading, you will hear 10 beeps and "ADD"  will be displayed at
the same time. This reminds you that you can now add ingredients such as fruit or nuts.
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Programme 10. Cake 11. Jam 12. Bake
Browning level
Light
Medium
Dark
N/A
Light
Medium
Dark
Size 750 g 1000 g 1250 g N/A N/A
Time (hours) 01:30 01:35 01:40 01:20 01:00
Preheating (min)
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Kneading 1 (min)
15 15 15 N/A N/A
Rising 1 (min)
N/A N/A N/A
15
Heat + kneading
N/A
Kneading 2 (min) N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Rising 2 (min)
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Rising 3 (min)
N/A N/A N/A
45
Heat + kneading
N/A
Baking (min)
60 65 70
20
Rise
60
15
rising
15 rising 15 rising
Keep warm time (min)
60 60 60 N/A 60
Add the ingredients
(remaining hours)
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Presetting the time 15 hrs 15 hrs 15 hrs N/A 15 hrs
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Troubleshooting the bread maker
What do I do if the kneading blades 6 are stuck
in the baking mould 7 after baking?
Fill the baking mould 7 with hot water and twist
the kneading blades 6 to loosen the incrustation
underneath.
What happens if the finished bread is left inside the
bread maker?
The "Keep warm function" ensures that the bread
is kept warm for about 1 hour and also that it is
protected against moisture. If the bread remains
in the bread maker for longer than 1 hour, it may
become moist.
Can the baking mould 7 and kneading blades 6
be cleaned in the dishwasher?
No. Please rinse the baking mould 7 and the
kneading blades 6 by hand.
Why doesn't the dough get stirred, even though the
motor is running?
Check to see if the kneading blades 6 and the
baking mould 7 are correctly engaged.
What do I do if a kneading blade 6 is stuck in the
bread?
Remove the kneading blade 6 with the
kneading blade remover 0.
What happens if there is a power failure when a
programme is running?
In the case of a power failure of up to 10 minutes,
the bread maker will complete the last set programme
through to the end.
How long does it take to bake bread? Please check the times given in the table "Programme
sequence".
What weights of breads can I bake? You can bake breads with weights of 750 g -
1000 g - 1250 g.
Why can I not use the timer function for baking
with fresh milk?
Fresh products such as milk or eggs spoil if they
remain in the appliance for too long.
Why does the bread maker not start up after the
Start/Stop button  has been pressed?
Some baking processes, such as "Warming up“ or
"Resting" are difficult to recognise.
Using the table "Programme sequence" to check
which programme section is currently in operation.
Verify that the appliance is functioning by checking
whether the operation lamp  is on.
Check to see if you have pressed the Start/Stop
button  correctly.
Check to see if the power plug is connected to the
power grid.
The appliance crushes the added raisins. To avoid the crushing of ingredients such as fruit or
nuts, add them to the dough after the signal tone
has sounded.
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IAN 270356
KOMPERNASS HANDELS GMBH
BURGSTRASSE 21
44867 BOCHUM
DEUTSCHLAND/GERMANY
www.kompernass.com
Version des informations · Stand der Informationen
Last Information Update:
08/2015 · Ident.-No.: SBB850C1-072015-1

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