Thread: Bread machines
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Old 01-06-2007, 03:36 PM   #2
Winter's Claw
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I would go to the website of whatever company made your bread maker. A lot of companies put instruction manuals online for their products, usually as a .pdf file. It's worth a shot.

Most bread makers are VERY simple to use; it's usually as simple as telling it what kind of bread you're making, dumping in the ingredients, pushing start, and then waiting a few hours. Don't know if yours is that simple, but I don't think you'll hurt anything by fooling around with it, if all else fails.
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