Out of 130 Ratings

Owner's of the Panasonic Bread Maker Panasonic Automatic Bread Maker gave it a score of 4.3 out of 5. Here's how the scores stacked up:
  • Reliability

    4.24 out of 5
  • Durability

    4.31 out of 5
  • Maintenance

    4.25 out of 5
  • Performance

    4.24 out of 5
  • Ease of Use

    4.22 out of 5
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Steps Notes
The beeper will sound eight times and
the indicating light will flash when the
bread is baked, or the dough is
Promptly open the lid and remove the
bread pan using oven gloves.
Note: If the START/STOP is not pressed
and the bread pan is not removed, the
unit proceeds to keep the bread warm for
1 hour or until START/STOP is pressed
to prevent condensation of the steam.
For DOUGH options, follow each recipe
directions for further steps instructed in
the cook book.
The bread pan will be very
Do not place it on any plastic
surfaces. Handle carefully.
If the bread is left in the unit,
further browning of crust color
may occur.
Turn the pan upside down.
Shake the pan several times to release
the bread.
If the kneading blade comes out with
the bread, use a heat-resistant plastic
utensil to remove it.
For DOUGH options, when baking is
completed, remove from the oven,
using oven gloves.
Place the bread on a wire rack to cool
and allow the steam to escape.
See Slicing and storing the
bread on P. 13.
Unplug after use.
Allow at least 1 hour for the unit to cool down before the next use.
The bread and the kneading
blade will be very hot.
A metal utensil may scratch
the finish of the kneading