Breville LBM 200
I have made about 20 loaves, BUT, the paddle doesn't release from the holder so that a chunk is torn out of the bottom of the loaf each time...I hate this machine to the point of throwing it away, I am on this forum to find a better breadmaker...
Purchased in September 2020 at Harvey Norman for $189.00.
Questions & Answers
As the mixture sticks to the blade leaving a large hole in the well cooked loaf,, has anybody had the blade polished or brushed and chromed shiny finished????????? John
I always spray the blades with canola cooking spray and use the blade extractor hook. granted there will still be a hole, but it will be much smaller
have found an electro plating place ,,will try talk to them see what they think,, have tried another suggestion by pulling the mixture out and remove blade ,,bit messy but it worked ,,,on going
I pull out the blade just before it starts baking and end up with just a small hole in the bottom of the loaf.
Well this was a horrible waste of money. I made a medium loaf. Followed the instructions, couldn't remove the paddle without leaving a huge creator, the bread smells yeasty and is undercooked. For a machine which is incredibly noisy whilst working, the finish beeps are so quiet we could hardly hear them. Oh yes the warning beeps went off but nothing showed on the display.
Breville you should be proud of this one.
Is this machine supposed to be noisy? It is unbelievable. I have had a Panasonic for almost 20 years and could hardly hear it. This is the first loaf with this machine and I hope the bread is brilliant to partially compensate for the dreadful noise.
No, mines not noisy
|Max Loaf Size||0.9 kg|
|Preset Timer||15 hours|
|Colour / Finish||Brushed Stainless Steel|
|Construction Material||Stainless Steel|
|Dimensions||283 x 275 x 676 mm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year(s)|
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- MPN: LBM200BS, LBM200BSS and LBM200BSS2JAN1
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