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New video showing tips and programming here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ir8iol7E4M
Simple recipe video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsxgMfY8MvQ
Can you please send me an image of the power rating as indicated in the bread maker on my email before i order it?
We cannot attach an image, but the label indicates 230v, 50hz, 815 watts.
Having made bread every 2 days for many years, have used this one 5 times since bought. There is a limited supply of flour in UK now and can't afford to waste any more experimenting with this machine and my wife has reverted to making bread by hand. The paddle broke on the 4th loaf, which you promptly replaced (thanks)
First attempt failed as 3 minutes of kneading at full speed was long from being enough we hade to do it 4 times at least with pauses in between to cool the motor to get it properly kneaded. It was also impossible to get the bread out after baking it. It came out in small pieces.
Second try we kneaded the dough by hand before using the maker for rise and bake. To get the bread out you had to cut with a knife. The struggle took ages.
Third attempt. We kneaded by hand. Used the maker to rise. Took it out again, kneaded, in again now with oiled up pan. Set it to bake for 1.0h at 140 and then additional 160 for another 40 minutes. Impossible to get the bread out came out in pieces.
So far this machine has produced alot of frustration. I realize we could probably do something wrong. But as I don't know what, exactly it still produces more frustration than bread.
I'm hoping sana support can answer. I have tried to advice the trouble shooting guide there it says that hard to take out bread is caused by the kneading paddles are stuck in the bread. In our case the kneading paddles weren't used at all so that wasn't the reason.