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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How to use
Close the top lid.
Plug into a 120 volt outlet.
DO NOT press START at this stage (The
machine will default to an extra large basic
bread with medium crust, if START is
pressed now.). Select your program first.
The kneading blade is designed
to fit loosely on the shaft with
some room for turning.
Position the unit away from
edge of the table or counter-
The unit may vibrate or move
during the kneading process.
Place the unit where it will not
fall off should the unit move
during the kneading process.
Steps Notes
Remove the bread pan from the unit.
Twist slightly counter-clockwise and pull
up, using the handle.
Mount the kneading blade on the shaft.
Make sure that the kneading blade and the
kneading shaft are free of bread crumbs.
Place all the ingredients
except the
liquids and dry yeast
inside the bread pan.
RAISIN modes only
You may place dried fruits later when
the beeper sounds to prevent them from
being crushed (see step 10.)
See recipes on P. 21 33.
Flour, dry milk, salt, sugar,
butter, etc., first.
Pour water and other liquids, if any, into
the bread pan.
Place the bread pan inside the body.
Be sure the bread pan contacts the
bottom of the unit.
Turn the handle down.
Wipe off any moisture or
foreign matter from the outside
of the bread pan before
placing it in the unit.
If the bread pan is not placed
correctly, the dough will not be
kneaded properly.
Yeast dispenser lid
Close the top lid.
Fill the yeast dispenser with the correct
amount of dry yeast.
After START/STOP is pressed, the
yeast will automatically drop into the
bread pan at the proper time.
Close the yeast dispenser lid.
If any moisture remains on
the dispenser, the yeast
may not drop completely.