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Refer this problem directly to the manufacturer. FixYa does not repair breadmakers.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Mar 31, 2014 | 222 views


Use an oven thermometer to check you oven temp for accuracy. Bake longer time at lower temp can also help. Use a little less yeast?

Black & Decker... | Answered on Mar 22, 2014 | 1,075 views


I have the same problem. Try using setting 2 and take out the dough ball before it starts baking. I tried number 1 but that didn't work either.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Feb 02, 2014 | 112 views


Try soaking it in olive oil overnight and apply some to the bottom, see if it frees up the paddles.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Feb 01, 2014 | 533 views


It's likely a harder, heat resistant type of plastic and the breadmaker does not get hot enough to cause the paddle to release any toxic chemicals.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Feb 01, 2014 | 89 views


Check your manual. My model only automatically drops the nuts for some cycles, not all.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Feb 01, 2014 | 36 views


Put a teaspoon in some warm water with some sugar and mix. It should bubble after about 5 minutes. If nothing happens the yeast is likely dead. Do you keep your yeast refrigerated after opening? That makes it last longer.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Feb 01, 2014 | 40 views


Yeast is likely too old, buy a new one and try again - if it works, toss out the old yeast. If the results are the same, your unit is bad. Is it getting warm/hot while operating?

Black & Decker... | Answered on Feb 01, 2014 | 72 views


Call Black & Decker, it should still be under warranty. They will send you a new unit or even a new model if this version is notoriously bad, as was the case with my 2500 model. Their customer service is good if you are under warranty, just call and get it replaced.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Feb 01, 2014 | 167 views


Gluten free recipes are thicker and stickier than wheat and will probably wreck your bread maker. I had a 2500 model and it broke while making a gluten free bread, so yours will likely be the same. I found it best to keep the dough more liquidy than solid to avoid extra strain on the motor and paddles, but it will affect the outcome. There are lots of gluten free recipes on the internet, just do a simple web search.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Feb 01, 2014 | 341 views


These are fussy models and have lots of issues - if you are still covered under warranty just contact B & D, they were great at sending me a new model after mine broke under warranty. It sounds like yours is broken beyond repair, it is likely cheaper to replace it. Try contacting the company, they should be able to help you best.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Feb 01, 2014 | 84 views


I have listed a link below for you to go to. Once you are on the new webpage, you will see a blue button towards the center-top of the page. It is labeled "Upload Manual". Once you click the button, follow the directions from there. You should be able to save the manual to your desktop (or whatever file location you would prefer), and also print it, should you care to.

http://kitchen.manualsonline.com/support/black-decker/bread-maker/breadmaker-2110832

Black & Decker... | Answered on Jan 27, 2014 | 266 views


Go look around on Black & Decker's website. You may be able to get what you need there.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Jan 24, 2014 | 45 views


Bit late in answering but have you tried a little veggie oil?

Black & Decker... | Answered on Jan 23, 2014 | 247 views


Ignore it.... is just carbon from use. Flour dust gets on there and over time with heat it becomes black but is harmless.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Jan 20, 2014 | 57 views


7 minutes before the end of the second knead.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Nov 28, 2013 | 55 views


Some machines are very noisy compared to others. Other than replacing your machine you can,,,, after you have loaded all the ingredients into the machine take it to a part of your house where it won' bother you as much and plug in there...garage? If that is too much trouble you are looking for a really quiet machine to replace yours.. I recommend the Toastmaster 1183 or Breadman TR888.... Readers,
please see my new novella of mystery, horror, and suspense on Amazon. Just type my full name in the Amazon search
bar..which is Daryl Wayland Nash or just google me to get to Amazon......Happy Baking and ...Reading!

Black & Decker... | Answered on Oct 12, 2013 | 79 views


There is only one way to do that. And even with this method you will still have a small hole in
the loaf where the spindle is in the bottom of the pan. Look at your owners manual and find the page
that shows cycle times for each program.
What you can do is remove the dough ball after the final "punch down" of
the dough. That is the final action
before the last RISE and the final BAKE stage.
On most programs each of those two stages lasts about 45 to 60 minutes
each stage. After the final punch down
with lightly floured hands reach and remove the dough ball extract the paddle
and replace the dough ball in the pan.
It will then rise and bake. You
don't need the paddle in there because no further kneading takes place just the
final rise and bake. Readers, please
see my new novella of mystery, horror, and suspense on Amazon. Just type my full name in the Amazon search
bar..which is Daryl Wayland Nash or just google me to get to Amazon.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Oct 12, 2013 | 112 views


It is Ok to push the dough to the middle with your hand just after the final punch down and before the final rise and bake.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Oct 03, 2013 | 61 views

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