People often ask me what to do with a bread machine that doesn't have it's own manual. It can be very frustrating, especially when you have never used a bread machine before. Some folks find used bread makers at yard sales. Other folks may receive their mother-in-law's old bread maker when she buys a new, sportier model.
These previously owned bread machines seldom have their manual included. Other people, myself included, have set their bread machine aside for a year or two. Time and neglect create a gulf of separation between a bread maker and it's manual that mere mortals are seldom able to bridge.
The result of all these scenarios is that the manual is missing and the bread machine is inactive as a result. Never fear, with the help of this information, you should have your machine up and running within the hour. This guide has plenty of illustrations, easy to understand instructions that even the most repair-challenged will be able to follow.