Russell Hobbs T22-5001653 User Manual

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Russell Hobbs T22-5001653 User Manual

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AIMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS

This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been supervised/instructed and understand the hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be done by children.

Keep the appliance and cable out of reach of children under 8.

Don’t connect the appliance via a timer or remote control system.

Do not use the appliance if the power cable is damaged.

H The surfaces of the appliance will get hot.

` Don’t put the Breadmaker in liquid, don’t use it in a bathroom, near water, or outdoors.

Don’t touch internal surfaces till the Breadmaker has cooled down fully.

Keep clear of the hot air vents in the sides and back of the Breadmaker and the top of the dispenser.

Don’t plug the Breadmaker in till after you’ve loaded the bread pan (with the ingredients), into it.

Sit the Breadmaker on a stable, level, heat-resistant surface.

Leave a clear space of at least 5cm all round the Breadmaker when in use.

Don’t use the Breadmaker near or below curtains or other combustible materials.

Don’t cover the Breadmaker or put anything on top of it.

Unplug the Breadmaker when not in use, before inserting or removing the bread pan and before cleaning.

Don’t use accessories or attachments other than those we supply.

Don’t use the Breadmaker for any purpose other than those described in these instructions.

Don’t use metal or sharp tools on the bread pan or paddle – they will scratch the non-stick surfaces.

Don’t use the Breadmaker if it’s damaged or malfunctioning.

The Breadmaker is for household use only.

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CIntroduction

Thank you for choosing a Russell Hobbs Breadmaker. Your Breadmaker is designed to make breadmaking really easy - you simply insert the ingredients, select the programme you want and the Breadmaker then does the mixing, kneading and baking for you. It has a time delay function that allows you to set it to have your loaf ready as soon as you get up or get in from work. It also has adjustable crust control so you can have bread as well done as you like.

And the Breadmaker doesn’t stop at making just bread – you can also make dough for pizzas, cakes, even fruit loaves and jam.

We have provided you with this manual to help you get the most from your new product. It contains operating instructions and important advice of how to use the product safely. It is very important that all users read and understand this instruction manual before operating or cleaning this appliance.

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1. Removable Lid

4. Baking Chamber

7. Measuring Cup

2. Viewing Window

5. Control Panel

8. Kneading Paddle

3. Bread Pan

6. Hot Air Vents

9. Measuring Spoon

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CBreadmaker controls

Loaf Size Indicator

Menu Selection

Timer

Progress Indicator

Crust Colour Indicator

Start Stop

Operation/Keep

Warm Light

Loaf Size

 

 

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Jam

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RISE

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PREHEAT

BAKE

 

 

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WARM

 

 

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Menu Select

Crust Colour

Adjust Timer

Buttons

When you press any Button, you should hear a beep. This lets you know you’ve pressed hard enough to activate your selection.

START/STOP - Press this Button to start the chosen program and to begin the TIMER countdown. Press this Button for a full second to reset the program’s TIMER setting or to cancel the program in progress.

Operation/Keep Warm Light - The Operation Light next to the START/STOP Button will illuminate while the Bread Maker is ON; when the is completed and in Keep Warm phase, the Light will flash.

Loaf Size - Select the LOAF size: 500, 750g or 1000g. The Breadmaker is preset to 750g.

Timer UP and DOWN Buttons - Use this pair of Buttons to set the TIMER. Use this pair of Buttons to add or subtract time displayed in the Display Window. The buttons increase or decrease the time in 10 minute intervals.

Colour - Select the crust colour: Light, Medium or Dark. The Breadmaker is preset to Medium. Use this Button to select the RAPID program for BASIC, FRENCH, WHOLE WHEAT, and SWEET breads and decreases the time for making your bread by approximately an hour.

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MENU Select - allows you to select from 10 different Breadmaker programs:

1.BASIC . The BASIC program is used for breads that primarily use white flour, although some recipes may include small amounts of whole wheat flour.

2.FRENCH. Traditionally, French bread has a crispier crust and lighter texture than white

bread. Recipes usually do not include oils, butter, margarine, or milk.

3.WHOLE WHEAT. This program is used for recipes with significant amounts of whole wheat or rye flour, oats, or bran. It begins with a preheat period during which the flours or grains absorb the liquid ingredients. Soaking causes the flour or grain to soften and helps ingredients to combine well. Generally, Whole Wheat and multi-grain breads are shorter and denser than Basic, French, or Sweet breads.

4.SWEET. Use this program for recipes that use fruit juice, additional sugar or added

sweet ingredients such as coconut flakes, raisins, dried fruit or chocolate. The baking temperature is reduced to prevent burning.

5.SUPER RAPID. This program, with hotter rise and bake temperatures, is convenient for baking a hot, fresh loaf of bread in 1 hour 20 minutes.

6.DOUGH. This program is used to mix dough to be shaped by hand before baking in a

conventional oven. The program mixes, kneads and allows to rise, but does not bake.

7.PASTA. Use this program to mix doughs and then follow directions with the recipe to complete the baking/cooking. Several different kinds of doughs can be mixed using the PASTA program. The program mixes and kneads the dough, but does not allow it to rise and does not bake.

8.GLUTEN FREE. Use the Bread Maker to prepare fresh and delicious bread for those on a

gluten-free diet. The GLUTEN FREE program mixes and kneads the dough and then goes on to bake without a rise time.

9.JAM. Use this program for making jams from fresh or frozen fruits. The program mixes and heats the mixture.

10.BAKE. This bake only program can be used if the crust is too light or if you wish to

bake pre-made dough. It can be especially helpful if your bread is not quite done. Check every few minutes. If uninterrupted, this program will bake for up to 60 minutes.

CBefore you use your Breadmaker

1.Remove all packing materials and any stickers.

2.Place the Breadmaker on a dry, stable, level surface away from heat and areas where cooking grease or water may splatter on to it. Do not place it near the edge of the work surface.

3.Operate the Breadmaker on the BAKE program without adding any ingredients for 10-15 minutes. This will burn off any manufacturing oils (the Breadmaker may smoke and/or emit an oily odour. This is normal).

4.Wash the bread pan and paddle thoroughly.

Important. Your bread maker will bake up to a 1kg loaf. Do not put larger quantities of ingredients into the bread pan. The bread will not mix and bake correctly, and bread maker may be damaged.

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