4. specifications
4. SPECIFICATIONS
DESCRIPTION
AUTOMATIC BREADMAKER
MODEL
REFER TO THE COVER PAGE
POWER SUPPLY
INDICATED ON THE RATING LABEL
MAIN HEATER
POWER
CONSUMPTION
550W
KNEADING MOTOR
100/110W
DIMENSIONS(W × D × H)
APPROX. 13 3/4" × 9" × 13 3/4" (35 × 23 × 35cm)
WEIGHT
APPROX. 14.4lb.(6.7kg)
TIMER
4:10 TO 13:00 HOURS DIGITAL TIMER
CORD LENGTH
APPROX. 3 FEET, 3.4 INCHES (1.0m)
THERMAL FUSE
MAIN HEATER PROTECTOR
291°F/144°C
KNEADING MOTOR PROTECTOR
248°F/120°C/130°C
ACCESSORIES
SERIAL NO.
MEASURING CUP, MEASURING SPOON(OPTION)
INDICATED ON THE RATING LABEL WITH PERMANENT INK
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PREFACE
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Follow basic safety precautions before using electrical appliances.
1. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
2. To protect against electrical shock, do not immerse cord, plug, or appliance in water or other liquid.
3. Do not touch hot surfaces. Always use oven mitts when handling the hot bread pan of bread.
4. Close supervision is necessary when the appliance is used by or near children.
5. Unplug the unit from the outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Allow the breadmaker to cool before attaching
or removing parts.
6. Do not touch moving parts.
7. Do not operate the appliance with a damaged cord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions, or it has been
dropped or damaged in any manner. Return the appliance to the nearest authorized service facility for examination,
repair, or mechanical adjustment.
8. Attachments that are not recommended or sold by the appliance manufacturer should not be used.
9. Do not use outdoors.
10. Do not let the cord hang over the edge of the table or counter or touch hot surfaces.
11. Do not place on or near a gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven.
12. To disconnect, grip the plug and pull it out from the wall outlet. Never pull the cord.
13. Do not use the appliance for other than the intended use.
14. This product is intended for household use only.
2. SERVICING PRECAUTIONS
The following cautions should be observed when troubleshooting.
a) As the appliance is made to be serviced only by properly qualified service personnel, it cannot be repaired by the
user.
b) Before servicing, you should keep your hands dry. The power cord must be unplugged to protect electrical hazards.
c) Wear gloves when assembling or disassembling the appliance to avoid being injured by a sharp edge.
3. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
a) Place the breadmaker allowing at least 4-inch air space around sides and top of the breadmaker.
b) Always place the breadmaker on a heat-proof counter top or table during operation.
c) This breadmaker must be placed on a firm, flat, and solid surface.
d) 120V/60Hz rated Bread Machine has a polarized plug : one blade is wider than the other.
230V/50Hz rated Bread Machine has to be earthed.
e) Extension cords are available and may be used if care is exercised in their use.
♦ EXTENSION CORD IS USED ♦
1. The marked electrical rating of the extension cord should be at least as great as the appliance.
2. The longer cord should be arranged so it will not drape over the counter top or tabletop where it can be pulled by
children or tripped over.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1. FEATURES AND CONTROL PANEL
A. FEATURES
Handle
Bread Pan Handle
Lid
Kneading Blade
(Kneads dough)
Air Exhaust
(Air is vented through
these outlets)
Bread Pan
Shaft
(Rotates the
kneading blade)
Control Panel
(Operations are
centrally controlled
by a microcomputer)
ACCESSORIES
200
150
100
50
Measuring Cup
Measuring Spoon (OPTION)
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B. CONTROL PANEL
❈ Control panel layout may vary according to the model
REMAINING TIME INDICATOR
TIMER
Press timer pad to set the
time delay. The time will
advance in 10 minutes
interval from 4:10 to 13:00.
This timer can not be used
for Rapid Bread and dough
program.
This displays the remaining
time for the program to be
completed.
BREAD PROGRAM INDICATOR
When PROGRAM SELECT
pad is pressed, BREAD
PROGRAM INDICATOR
will display 1, 2, ...6 or 7 to
indicate the selected program. After START pad is
pressed, the indicator will
disappear.
BREAD MENU
REMAINING TIME
1
BASIC
HOURS MINUTES
TIMER
2
SPECIALTY
3
WHOLE
WHEAT
BAKING CONTROL INDICATOR
When BAKING CONTROL
pad is pressed, BAKING
CONTROL INDICATOR will
display A, B, or C to indicate the selected baking
control. After START pad is
pressed, the indicator will
disappear.
A MEDIUM
B LIGHT
C DARK
BAKING
CONTROL
4
FRENCH
5
RAPID
CANCEL
START
6
DOUGH
PROGRAM SELECT
Press this pad to select the
program :
1. BASIC BREAD
2. SPECIALTY BREAD
3. WHOLE WHEAT
4. FRENCH BREAD
5. RAPID BREAD
6. DOUGH
7. BUTTER(for HB-200BE)
JAM(for HB-200JE,
201JE)
CAKE (for HB-202CE)
7
BUTTER
START
BAKING CONTROL
Press this pad to select
dark, medium, or light crust.
CANCEL or STOP
Press this pad to cancel a program. If you make
a mistake when setting the delay timer, program, or baking control, press CANCEL pad
and reenter the correct program.
After setting the desired
program, the baking control
and timer(if needed), press
this pad to start the program or timer count down.
NOTE
If you want to cancel the selected program, press the CANCEL pad for more than 1 second at any time
during the cycle.
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2. OPERATION CHECK
After installation or repair, the following sequence and results should be checked.
1. GENERAL OPERATION CHECK
(a) Plug the power cord into a prolonged electrical outlet.
(b) The REMAINING TIME display IA and Basic Bread is set already.
(c) Check the PROGRAM SELECT.
Press the PROGRAM SELECT pad, then REMAINING TIME will advance as follows:
MODEL
HB-200BE
200JE
201JE
202CE
(HB-200CB)
REMAINING TIME displays
1
A
BASIC BREAD
7
-
BUTTER, CAKE or JAM
(CAKE)
2
A
SPECIALTY BREAD
6
-
DOUGH
(BUTTER)
3
A
WHOLE WHEAT BREAD
(and FRENCH BREAD)
5
A
4
A
FRENCH BREAD
(RAPID BREAD)
RAPID BREAD
(DOUGH)
(d) Check the BAKING CONTROL (except for BUTTER, CAKE or JAM and DOUGH program).
Press the BAKING CONTROL pad, then the REMAINING TIME will advance as follows:
1
A
MEDIUM
1
8
1
LIGHT
C
DARK
(e) Check the TIMER
Set the timer for how long you want to wait before the bread is done (from 4:10 to 13:00 in 10 minutes interval).
1) Press TIMER UP PAD(▲) once, the REMAINING TIME DISPLAY 4:10.
2) When constant pressure is applied to the pad, the time will advance quickly from 4:10 to 13:00.
3) After 13:00 is set, press once more, then the REMAINING TIME displays 4:10.
4) If you pass the time that you wanted, press TIMER DOWN PAD (▼) to go back.
(f) After selecting PROGRAM SELECT and BAKING CONTROL, press the START pad. Then the colon on the REMAINING
TIME blinks to indicate that the breadmaker starts to operate.
(g) Press the CANCEL(STOP) pad to cancel all baking processes. If the START pad is already pressed, just press the CANCEL(STOP) pad and hold for MORE THAN 1 SECOND.
CAUTION
1. The TIMER can not be used in BUTTER, CAKE AND JAM.
2. After setting the time, press the START pad to operate the breadmaker. Check to see if the colon blinks.
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2. TEST KEY PROGRAM CHECK
You can check the operating of each load by using the self-diagnosis program.
(a) OPERATION CHECK
1) When power is supplied while pressing the TIMER UP PAD (▲) and TIMER DOWN PAD (▼) at the same time, the
self-diagnosis program will start.
2) After checking 1), press the START pad, then the process will advance as follows.
REMAINING
TIME display
P:1
OPERATION
Kneading motor
P:2
P:3
Heater
P:0 ➔ P:1 ➔
No operation
............
3) After 25 seconds from the starting points of processing, or if the CANCEL(STOP) pad is pressed, the self-diagnosis
program will be canceled.
(b) LED CHECK
1) When power is supplied while pressing the BASIC and WHOLE WHEAT pads at the same time, the self-diagnosis program will start as follows.
LED is displayed on the REMAINING TIME.
18:88 displayed on the REMAINING TIME.
(
BuT (for HB-200BE)
jA (for HB-200JE, 201JE)
CA (for HB-202CE)
BC (for HB-200CB)
)
is displayed on the REMAINING TIME
60 or 50 is displayed on the REMAINING TIME.
(It displays the frequency (in Hz) of the input power.)
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(c) BAKING PROCESS CHECK (for the only BASIC BREAD)
1) When power is supplied while pressing the START pad and CANCEL(STOP) pad at the same time, the self-diagnosis
program will start.
2) After checking the REMAINING TIME (IA displayed with beeps), press the START pad.
3) The breadmaker starts to operate and the baking process will advance as follows.
Baking
Process
Time
set
Mix
1st
Knead
Rest
REMAINING Time
0:00
3:40
3:38
3:33
Baking
Process
indicator
(OPTION)
-
2nd
Gas
Gas
1st Rise
2nd Rise
3rd Rise
Knead
Squeeze
Squeeze
3:28
3:16
2:37
KNEAD
2:36
2:11
2:10
RISE
Bake
Cool
Warm
End
1:10
0:20
[:H]
END
BAKE
COOL
-
-
4) During checking 3), if the START pad was not pressed, the process will advance to the next process according as time
pass.
5) After checking 4), press the CANCEL(STOP) pad to cancel the self-diagnosis program.
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MicroComputer
Contorl
Temperature
of oven case
Kneading
Motor
Heater
The
temperature
is controled
at 25°C
(77°F).
Time
Delay
25°C/77°F
Off
Time Set
Max
13:00
Max
8:50
Time
Remaining
Time
Process
Indicator
(OPTION)
Time
Delay
Process
3:33
Off
Knead
30°C/86°F
On
2nd
Knead
1st
Gas
Rise Squeeze
2nd
Gas
Rise Squeeze
3nd
Rise
On
3:28
On
Off
Rise
2:36
Rise
36°C/97°F
2:37
On
2:11
2:10
Accurate temperature control is
essential during rising, (Dough
temperature: Approx. 36°C (97°F).
Microcomputer controls the power
supply accurately to keep suitable
dough temperature.
Off
On/Off
3:16
5min. 12min. 40min. 4sec. 26min. 4sec. 60min.
Knead
3:38
5min.
Rest
Breadmaker starts to operate
intermittently to proof flour
splashed for 2 minutes. After
mixing flour with water,
kneading blade rotates with
250rpm for 5 minutes. After
resting for 23 minutes, rotation
again for 12 minutes. During
knead and rest courses, the
temperature is maintained at
30°C (86°F) by using the
sensor and heater.
On/Off
3:40
2min.
1st
Knead
Off
Bread is
baked with
high power.
Bread is
baked with
a crisp
golden crust
and a fluffy
inside.
Bake
Cool
Immediately
after baking,
bread can
not be
eaten
because it's
too hot.
Temperature
of bread
99°C/210°F
Off
Cool
0:20
Approx.
20min.
Cool
150°C/302°F
Bake
1:10
Approx.
50min.
Bake
Breadmaker
maintains
the bread at
a suitable
temperature
(60°C/140°F)
for 3 hours.
Warm
50°C/122°F
-
End
-
-
-
On/Off
End
-
End
[:H]
3hours
Warm
3. BREADMAKING PROGRAM
3-1) EXPLANATION OF BASIC PROGRAM (BASIC BREAD)
3-2) PROGRAM SPECIFICATIONS
(1) Basic Bread (3:40)
Remark
Timer
Time
13hr
Knead
Rise
Mix
1' Knead
Rest
2' Knead 1' Rise G/Squeeze 2' Rise G/Squeeze 3' Rise
2min.
5min.
5min.
12min. 40min.
(2) Specialty Bread (3:40)
Remark
Timer
Time
13hr
4sec.
26min.
4sec.
Bake
60min. 50min.
Cool
Warm
20min.
3hr
Cool
Warm
20min.
3hr
▼ Beep sounds 9 minutes before the end of 2nd kneading
Knead
Rise
Mix
1' Knead
Rest
2' Knead 1' Rise G/Squeeze 2' Rise G/Squeeze 3' Rise
2min.
5min.
5min.
12min. 40min.
(3) Whole Wheat Bread (4:00)
4sec.
26min.
4sec.
Bake
60min. 50min.
▼ Beep sounds 9 minutes before the end of 2nd kneading
Knead
Rise
Remark
Timer
Pre Heat
Time
13hr
20min. 2min. 11min. 50min. 12min. 20min. 4sec. 15min. 4sec. 40min. 50min. 20min.
Mix
1' Knead Rest 2' Knead 1' Rise G/Squeeze 2' Rise G/Squeeze 3' Rise
(4) French Bread (4:00)
Bake
Cool
Knead
Rise
Timer
Pre Heat
Time
13hr
20min. 2min. 11min. 50min. 12min. 20min. 4sec. 15min. 4sec. 40min. 50min. 20min.
Mix
1' Knead Rest 2' Knead 1' Rise G/Squeeze 2' Rise G/Squeeze 3' Rise
(5) Rapid Bread (1:59)
Timer
Time
13hr
3hr
▼ Beep sounds 9 minutes before the end of 2nd kneading
Remark
Remark
Warm
Bake
Cool
Warm
3hr
▼ Beep sounds 5 minutes before the end of 2nd kneading
Knead
Rise
Mix
1' Knead
Rest
2min.
5min.
5min.
2' Knead 1' Rise G/Squeeze 2' Rise G/Squeeze 3' Rise
7min.
13min.
4sec.
Bake
Cool
52min. 35min.
Warm
3hr
(6) Dough (1:03)
Remark Remaining
Time
13hr
Knead
Rise
Mix
1' Knead
Rest
2' Knead 1' Rise G/Squeeze
2min.
4min.
5min.
12min. 40min.
4sec.
(7) Butter
Remark
(9) Jam (1:20)
Timer
Time
Knead
Remark
01min.~30min.
Time
Timer
Pre Bake
Bake
Cool
10min.
60min.
10min.
(8) Cake (1:10)
Remark
Timer
Time
Bake
60min.
Cool
Warm
3hr 10min
NOTE
1. The Specialty Bread, Whole Wheat Bread, and French Bread Programs contain an audible signal (8 beeps) which
sounds 9 minutes before the end of the 2nd knead (5 minutes before the end of the 2nd knead for Rapid Program).
For specialty bread, add additional ingredients at this time (i.e. raisins, nut, vegetables, etc.).
2. The Basic Bread, Specialty Bread, Whole Wheat Bread, and French Bread Programs contain an audible signals (4
beeps) at the end of the baking cycle (20 minutes of cooling time remain).
3. The beeper beeps 8 times at the end of each program to indicate the program is finished.
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PREFACE
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Follow basic safety precautions before using electrical appliances.
1. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
2. To protect against electrical shock, do not immerse cord, plug, or appliance in water or other liquid.
3. Do not touch hot surfaces. Always use oven mitts when handling the hot bread pan of bread.
4. Close supervision is necessary when the appliance is used by or near children.
5. Unplug the unit from the outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Allow the breadmaker to cool before attaching
or removing parts.
6. Do not touch moving parts.
7. Do not operate the appliance with a damaged cord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions, or it has been
dropped or damaged in any manner. Return the appliance to the nearest authorized service facility for examination,
repair, or mechanical adjustment.
8. Attachments that are not recommended or sold by the appliance manufacturer should not be used.
9. Do not use outdoors.
10. Do not let the cord hang over the edge of the table or counter or touch hot surfaces.
11. Do not place on or near a gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven.
12. To disconnect, grip the plug and pull it out from the wall outlet. Never pull the cord.
13. Do not use the appliance for other than the intended use.
14. This product is intended for household use only.
2. SERVICING PRECAUTIONS
The following cautions should be observed when troubleshooting.
a) As the appliance is made to be serviced only by properly qualified service personnel, it cannot be repaired by the
user.
b) Before servicing, you should keep your hands dry. The power cord must be unplugged to protect electrical hazards.
c) Wear gloves when assembling or disassembling the appliance to avoid being injured by a sharp edge.
3. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
a) Place the breadmaker allowing at least 4-inch air space around sides and top of the breadmaker.
b) Always place the breadmaker on a heat-proof counter top or table during operation.
c) This breadmaker must be placed on a firm, flat, and solid surface.
d) 120V/60Hz rated Bread Machine has a polarized plug : one blade is wider than the other.
230V/50Hz rated Bread Machine has to be earthed.
e) Extension cords are available and may be used if care is exercised in their use.
♦ EXTENSION CORD IS USED ♦
1. The marked electrical rating of the extension cord should be at least as great as the appliance.
2. The longer cord should be arranged so it will not drape over the counter top or tabletop where it can be pulled by
children or tripped over.
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EXPLODED VIEW & PARTS LIST
A. EXPLODED VIEW
HB-200BE, 200JE
HB-201JE
1
1
2
2
2-1
2-1
1-1
1-1
1-2
1-2
1-3
1-3
2-2
2-3
HB-202CE
2-3
1
2
2-1
1-1
1-2
1-3
2-2
2-3
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2-2
3
4-3
4-1
4-3-1
5
4-2
4-3-2
4-2-1
4-3-3
4
4-2-2
4-3-4
4-3-5
4-3-6
4-4
6-1
9
11-1
6-2
6
6-4
11-3
11-4
8
11-2
6-5
7
6-3
10
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11
12-1
12-3
15
12-2-1
12-2-2
13
12-2
12-2-3
14
12-4
12-5
12
12-6
12-9
12-7
16
12-8
17
18
19
20
ACCESSORY
21
200
22
150
100
50
22-1
22-2
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B. PARTS LIST
LOCA.
No.
DESCRIPTION
1
TOP COVER ASM
PART No.
HB-200E
3551FB2103A
HB-201E
3551FB2106A
HB-202E
3551FB2096A
NSP : NOT SERVICEABLE PARTS
SVC
REMARKS
Q'TY
MARK
1
3551FB2096C
1
110V/60Hz, CE
1-1
TOP COVER
3122FB1056A
3122FB1072A
3122FB1069A
1
NSP
1-2
VIEWING WINDOW
3790FB3092A
3790FB3093A
3790FB2094A
1
NSP
1-3
INNER COVER
3550FB2068A
3550FB2101A
3550FB2095A
1
NSP
4781FB2104A
4781FB2104B
2
4781FB2107A
CONTROLLER ASM
4781FB2097A
CONTROL PANEL
3572FB1057A
3572FB1073A
NSP
120V/60Hz, JE
NSP
120V/60Hz, CE
120V/60Hz, CB
NSP
230V/50Hz, JE
4781FB2097B
NSP
230V/50Hz, CE
4781FB2097F
NSP
110V/60Hz, CE
4781FB2107B
2-1
120V/60Hz, BE
NSP
4781FB2104D
4781FB2104C
NSP
3572FB1070A
1
6871FX1009A
6871FX1009E
120V/60Hz, BE
6871FX1010A
120V/60Hz, JE
6871FX1011A
2-2
P.W.B ASM
6871FX1023A
120V/60Hz, CE
1
120V/60Hz, CB
6871FX1010C
6871FX1018C
230V/50Hz, JE
6871FX1011C
230V/50Hz, CE
6871FX1011F
110V/60Hz, CE
SCREW
1TTL0402818
2
3
KNEADING BLADE
5832FB3011A
1
4
OVEN ASM
5306FB2100A
1
4-1
OVEN HANDLE
3650FB4015A
1
4-2
OVEN+WATERSEAL
5306FB5065B
1
4-2-1
OVEN-2
5306FB1024A
1
4-2-2
WATER SEAL
4O80054A
1
OVEN BODY ASM
3071FB3103A
1
4-3-1
OVEN SHAFT
4370FB4086A
1
4-3-2
BALL BEARING
4280FB4016A
1
4-3-4
E-RING
4O80070A
2
NSP
2-3
4-3
NSP
NSP
230V/50Hz
NSP
NSP
230V/50Hz
NSP
4-3-5
OVEN ARM
4260FB4085A
1
NSP
4-3-6
C-RING
-
1
NSP
4-4
SCREW
1MCC0402422
3
NSP
5
HEATER ASM
5301FB2059A,E
6
OVEN CASE ASM
3111FB2105A
1
6-1
RIM
3062FB1054A
1
NSP
6-2
OVEN CASE-M
3110FB1039A
1
NSP
6-3
OVEN CASE-L
3110FB2056A
1
NSP
5301FB2059B
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D4 X L12
D4 X L8
120V
1
230V
PART No.
Q'TY
SVC
MARK
4930FB4072A
1
NSP
SCREW
1MPC0402422
1
NSP
D4 X L8
7
SCREW
1MPC0402422
1
NSP
D4 X L8
8
SCREW
1TPL0402422
1
NSP
D4 X L8
9
SCREW
1TPL0402422
2
NSP
D4 X L8
10
OUT CASE
3112FB1038A
1
LOCA.
No.
DESCRIPTION
6-4
HEATER HOLDER
6-5
HB-200E
HB-201E
HB-202E
6877FB2067A
11
LEADWIRE ASM
6877FB2108A
6877FB2108C
120V/60Hz
230,240V/50Hz
1
230V,240V50Hz(SWISS)
6877FB2108D
230V,240V50Hz(U,K)
11-1
BAKING SENSOR ASM
11-2
FUSE BRACKET
4810FB4074A
1
NSP
11-3
POWER CORD ASM
6411FB3082A
1
NSP
120V/60Hz
6411FB3097A
NSP
230V/50Hz
6411FB3104B
NSP
230V/50Hz(SWISS)
6411FB3104C
NSP
230V/50Hz(U.K)
NSP
G4A00144
11-4
12
6501FB3079A
REMARKS
THERMAL FUSE
0FBZFB3084A
CHASSIS ASM
3141FB2058A
3141FB2058B
1
1
NSP
NO TAPPING
1
TAPPING
12-1
PULLEY SHAFT ASM
4371FB3078A
1
12-2
OVEN BASE ASM
3040FB5061C
2
4O20017F
2
NSP
12-2-2 OILLESS BEARING
4280FB4078A
1
NSP
12-2-3 OVEN BASE
3040FB3077A
1
NSP
12-2-1 WASHER-X
12-3
SCREW
1TPL0402618
3
NSP
12-4
E-RING
4O80070A
1
NSP
12-5
CHASSIS
3140FB1040A
3140FB1040B
1
NSP
NO TAPPING
NSP
TAPPING
12-6
KNEADING PULLEY
4560FB2060A
1
12-7
PULLEY WASHER
4O80012A
1
NSP
12-8
NUT
1NHA0500018
1
NSP
12-9
MOTOR CUSHION
4O80051A
3
NSP
1
NSP
13
SCREW
1TTL0402622
14
CAPACITOR
6120FB3087A
6120FB3087B
15
KNEADING MOTOR
4681FB2012F
4681FB2012H
16
FIXING SCREW
4000FB4022A
4000FB4022B
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1
1
3
D4 X L10
D5
D4 X L10
10µF(120V)
8µF(230V)
120V/60Hz
230V/50Hz
120V
230V
LOCA.
No.
DESCRIPTION
17
SCREW
18
MOTOR PULLEY
19
V-BELT
PART No.
HB-200E
Q'TY
SVC
MARK
1MPC0402618
1
NSP
4O80018A
1
HB-201E
HB-202E
4400FB3086A
3O80020B
BASE COVER
3550FB2061A
1
21
SCREW
1TTL0402622
2
22
LEG ASM
4O80144B
4
D4 X L10
DAYCO
1
20
REMARKS
BANDO
NSP
D4 X L10
22-1
LEG
4778FB4069A
4
NSP
22-2
SCREW
4000FB4071B
4
NSP
MEASURING CUP
4O80031A
1
OPTIONAL
MEASURING SPOON
4O80080A
1
OPTIONAL
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DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTION
• PAY ATTENTION TO THE FOLLOWING IN SERVICE AND INSPECTION.
(a) Protect against electric shock:
Pull out the plug for service and inspection. Don't touch live components when service and inspection are made.
(b) Restore the original conditions of components and wire layout; Safety provisions are made by using tube and the other
insulation material and by preventing wire from contact with heat generating or movable components by means of layout
and binding. They should be restored to the original conditions.
(c) Safety inspection after service is required as follows: confirm that screws, nuts, components, and wires removed for service are restored. Check the deterioration around service components, and check for insulation.
1. Turn the Top Cover assembly upside down and pull
out the inner cover and the viewing window.
2. Pull out the control panel.
3. After disconnecting leads, remove the oven case main
assembly from the chassis by unscrewing two machine
screws fixing oven case main assembly.
4. Remove the leadwire assembly and sheath heater
assembly from the oven case main assembly.
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5. Turn the breadmaker upside down. Remove four legs
and base cover by unscrewing. Pull out the power cord
assembly on the bottom of the unit. Remove the chassis assembly from the out case.
6. Remove the poly V-belt.
Remove nut and pulley washer, then kneading pulley
can be disconnected.
Remove the E-ring, washer, and pulley shaft assembly.
7. Remove the motor pulley from the motor shaft by
removing one machine screw. Remove three fixing
screws, then the kneading motor and motor cushion
can be disassembled.
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8. Turn the chassis upside down and remove the oven
base and the capacitor.
CAUTION
When you reassemble the kneading pulley, poly V-belt, and motor pulley after service or repair; adjust the center of the
kneading pulley, poly V-belt, and motor pulley as follows.
Moter Pulley
Kneading
Pulley
Poly V-Belt
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Screw
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
When you get a complaint from your customer, evaluate the complaint carefully before going to the customer's home. If there
are the following symptoms, please instruct the customer for the proper use of the breadmaker. This can save an unnecessary service call.
A. CHECKING POINTS BEFORE SERVICE
CONDITION
Breadmaker does not work.
Breadmaker operates but does
not knead.
CAUSE
REMEDY
Electric power is interrupted.
Wait.
Remaining time display shows
[HI] and does not work. (Inside
of breadmaker is too hot.)
Wait until cool.
Breadmaker plug is not Inserted
tightly.
Insert breadmaker plug securely.
Kneading blade is extracted.
Fix the kneading blade securely.
Breadmaker does not operate
and display IA on remaining
time display window after start.
Electric power has been
interrupted during operation.
Empty bread pan and operate
again.
A little smoke is emitted from
the breadmaker.
Some material is spilled in the
breadmaker when measuring
ingredients.
Clean the inside of breadmaker
and operate again.
Water used is too hot or too
cold.
Regulate the ingredients used.
Refering the owner's manual.
Bread is not made well.
Ingredients are spoiled by being
open for long time.
Used ingredients are not
measured accurately.
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B. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE EXCEPT CIRCUIT BOARD
(TROUBLE 1) Breadmaker does not operate.
CONDITION
CHECK
Does not operate.
Power failure
Press start pad.
RESULT
CAUSE
REMEDY
Wait.
Operates.
Does not operate.
Confirm connection of cord, inside
lead wire, heater,
motor etc.
Abnormal
Confirm conductivity between
plug and cord end
by tester.
Abnormal
Confirm visual
contact between
plug edge and
plug socket.
Abnormal
Confirm
conductivity of the
thermal fuse
assembly.
Abnormal
Confirm input and
output of controller.
Normal
Normal
Broken line in the
cord.
Defective contact
in the plug.
Replace cord
assemble.
Repair.
Normal
Thermal fuse is
defective.
Replace the
thermal fuse
assembly
Normal
Abnormal
Normal
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Repair.
Controller is
defective.
Refer to failure
diagnosis of the
circuit board.
Check again
carefully.
CONDITION
CHECK
RESULT
Kneading blade
does not turn.
Wait about
20 minutes.
Operates.
CAUSE
REMEDY
Does not operate.
Check if lead wires
of kneading motor
are properly
connected.
Abnormal
Repair.
Normal
Confirm conductivity
among the white,
gray, and brown
terminals.
Abnormal
Broken wire in the
motor.
Replace the motor.
Normal
Check poly V-belt,
motor pulley, and
kneading pulley.
Abnormal
Replace or repair.
Normal
Check kneading
blade, pulley shaft
assembly, and oven
shaft.
Abnormal
Replace or repair.
Normal
Confirm input and
output of controller.
Abnormal
Normal
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Controller is defective.
Refer to failure
diagnosis of the
circuit board.
Check the other
parts carefully.
CONDITION
CHECK
RESULT
Heater does not
generate heat.
Check if lead wires
of heater are
properly connected.
Abnormal
CAUSE
REMEDY
Repair.
Normal
Confirm conductivity
between two taps of
heater.
Abnormal
Normal
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Broken wire in the
heater.
Replace the heater.
Controller is
defective.
Refer to failure
diagnosis of the
circuit board.
(TROUBLE 2) Poor bread is made.
CONDITION
CAUSE
Floured top.
Incorrect use
Floured top sticky
and raw bottom.
Remaining time
display window
shows IA.
●
Not enough water is added.
There has been interruption in power
(power failure) after start.
REMEDY
Explain correct
usage.
Recommend
removing the dough
and start again
using all new
ingredients.
Start pad is not pressed.
Cancel pad is pressed after start.
Explain correct
usage.
Pan is not fixed tightly.
Incorrect use
Product failure.
Kneading blade is not set.
Confirm rotation of the kneading blade by
pressing the start pad.
Kneading blade
does not turn.
Product failure.
Kneading blade
turns slowly.
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CONDITION
Dough doesn't rise
even though it is
knead.
CAUSE
Remaining time
display window
shows IA.
REMEDY
There has been interruption in power
(power failure) after start.
Recommend
removing the dough
and start again
using all new
ingredients.
Cancel pad is pressed after start.
Yeast is not added.
Incorrect use
Explain correct
usage.
Old yeast is used.
Wrong type of yeast (which needs preliminary
fermentation) is used.
Product failure.
Confirm that the
heater generates
heat.
Abnormal
Refer to failure
diagnosis of heater.
Normal
Confirm the
resistance value
of sensor at
25°C (77°F)
baking sensor:
100KΩ±5%.
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Abnormal
Replace.
Normal
Refer to failure
diagnosis of the
circuit board.
CONDITION
Not baked even
though it is rised.
CAUSE
Remaining time
display window
shows IA.
REMEDY
There has been interruption in power
(power failure) after start.
Cancel pad is pressed after start.
Product failure.
Confirm that the
heater generates
heat.
Abnormal
Recommend
removing the dough
and start again
using all new
ingredients.
Explain correct
usage.
Refer to failure
diagnosis of heater.
Normal
Confirm the
resistance value
of sensor at
25°C (77°F)
baking sensor:
100KΩ±5%.
Bread loaf is too short.
Incorrect use
Abnormal
Replace.
Normal
Refer to failure
diagnosis of the
circuit board.
Not enough flour.
Old flour was used.
Wrong type of flour was used.
Not enough yeast.
Old yeast was used.
Wrong type of yeast which needs preliminary
fermentation is used.
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CONDITION
CAUSE
REMEDY
Explain correct
usage.
Not enough flour.
Not enough water.
The temperature of water was incorrect.
Kneading blade was not installed.
Not enough skim milk used.
Other ingredients which should not be used
were added.
Product failure.
Over baked.
Confirm the
resistance value of
sensor : 100KΩ±5%
at 25°C (77°F).
1.305KΩ±0.15% at
160°C (320°F).
Incorrect use
Abnormal
Replace.
Normal
Refer to failure
diagnosis of the
circuit board.
Not enough flour.
Not enough water.
Explain correct
usage.
The temperature of water was incorrect.
Kneading blade was not installed.
Product failure.
Confirm the
resistance value of
sensor: 100KΩ±5%
at 25°C (77°F).
1.305KΩ±0.15% at
160°C (320°F).
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Abnormal
Replace.
Normal
Refer to failure
diagnosis of the
circuit board.
CONDITION
Coarse bread.
CAUSE
Incorrect use
REMEDY
Water is added too much.
Explain correct
usage.
Wrong-shaped
bread.
Incorrect use
Product failure.
Not enough flour.
Confirm the resistance value of sensor
at 25°C (77°F):
100KΩ±5% at
160°C (320°F):
1.305KΩ±0.15%
Abnormal
Replace.
Normal
Refer to failure
diagnosis of the
circuit board.
(TROUBLE 3) Other problems.
CONDITION
CAUSE
Water leaks from
the bread pan.
Product failure
Heater is heated or
thermal fuse is
blown after making
bread.
Circuit board failure.
Plug is overheated.
Water seal is badly worn.
Replace.
Refer to failure
diagnosis of the
circuit board.
Poor contact of
connector plug.
Replace the cord
assembly.
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REMEDY
CONDITION
Electric shock.
CAUSE
Confirm visually
damaged insulation
cover of cord and
lead wire in contact
with metalic part of
the unit.
Various heaters,
CONTROL BOARD
assembly and
POWER SOURCE
BOARD assembly.
REMEDY
Too much water.
Explain correct
usage.
Not enough flour added.
Remove all screws, soldered joints and fasten
terminals connecting cord and lead wires.
Measure between terminals and metalic parts
of the unit with 500V megger. Defective
insulation for lower than 1MΩ.
Repair if possible.
(TROUBLE 4) Some letter is displayed on remaining time display window.
Letter
Cause
Remedy
H I
The temperature of oven area is too hot.
(higher than 40°C/104°F)
Press CANCEL pad for cooling and
start again.
Er3
Baking sensor is defective (Resistance value is not
100KΩ±5% at 25°C (77°F): and 1.305KΩ±0.15% at
160°C (320°F)):
Repair or replace.
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C. FAILURE DIAGNOSIS OF THE CIRCUIT BOARD
CONDITION
CAUSE
1. Kneading motor
does not turn.
See page 9
(OPERATION CHECK)
REMEDY
Is the signal generated at pin No. 26 of IC1 as follows?
Confirm the
connection of Q601
Yes R601 and repair or
replace the POWER
SOURCE BOARD
assembly.
approx. 5V
No
2. Main heater
does not
generate.
Replace the
CONTROL board
assembly.
See page 9
(OPERATION CHECK)
Is the signal generated at pin No. 27 of IC1 as follows?
Confirm connection
of Q602, R602
Yes repair or replace the
POWER SOURCE
BOARD assembly.
approx. 5V
No
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Replace the
CONTROL board
assembly.
CONDITION
3. Buzzer does not
buzz.
CAUSE
REMEDY
When pressing the stop button, is the voltage at generated approx.
5V for 2KHz?
Yes
Confirm the
connection of Q801
R801 and buzzer
and repair or
replace the POWER
BOARD assembly.
Replace the
CONTROL board
assembly.
4. LED does not
light correctly.
5. Er: 3 display
appears.
Baking temperature sensor is defective.
When pressing the cancel pad, does the
display disappear?
Disappears
Poor sensor
contact. Connect
securely.
Repair contact of
Q701, R701, or
replace the
CONTROL
BOARD assembly.
Does not disappear.
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No Replace the
CONTROL BOARD
assembly.
BLOCK DIAGRAM
P.W.B. ASM
OVEN
FUSE
CAPACITOR
MOTOR
HEATER
BAKING SENSOR
(230V/50Hz Only)
REMARKS
1.
:HOUSING
2.
:TERMINAL BLOCK
3.
:RECEPTACLE & TAP
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CONTROLLER PARTS LIST
LOCA.
No.
1
2
DESCRIPTION
PART No.
HB-200E
P.W.B
HB-201E
HB-202E
6870FX5001A
Q'TY
0IHI404344L
BE,60Hz
0IHI404344M
JE,60Hz
LSI(MASK)
0IHI404344N
1
0IHI404344P
0IHI404344Q
RELAY
6920FX5003A
TRIAC
5
1
1
7-SEGMENT
6327FX3001A
1
6
IC(REGULATOR)
0IKE780500H
1
7
BUZZER
6908FX4003A
1
8
C.RESONATOR
CQ74157A
1
9
RESET IC
0IKE704200A
1
10
TRANSISTOR
0TR319809AA
5
11
TRANSISTOR
0TR127009AA
4
12
DIODE.R
0DD139209AA
5
13
DIODE.S
0DD414809AB
5
14
M.TRANS
6170FX2002A
15
VARISTOR
16
17
1
CQ39127A
1
RESISTOR, FIXED
0RD0221F608
1
RESISTOR, FIXED
0RD1002F608
4
18
RESISTOR, FIXED
0RD2702F608
8
19
RESISTOR, FIXED
0RD1004F608
1
20
RESISTOR, FIXED
0RD4701F608
9
21
RESISTOR, FIXED
0RD0221G608
1
22
RESISTOR, FIXED
0RD3302F608
2
23
RESISTOR, FIXED
0RD5100F608
8
24
RESISTOR, FIXED
0RD3001F608
1
25
RESISTOR, FIXED
0RD1502F608
1
26
RESISTOR, MET
0RS1000H609
1
27
RESISTOR, MET
0RS3900H609
1
28
RESISTOR, MET
0RN1053F408
1
29
RESISTOR, MET
0RN8000F408
1
30
CERAMIC, CAPA
0CK1040K948
5
31
CERAMIC, CAPA
0CK1030H948
4
32
CERAMIC, CAPA
0CK1020K518
11
33
ELECT, CAPA
0CE1081H618
1
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CB,60Hz
CE,50Hz
CQ33025A
6170FX2002H
CE,60Hz
JE,50Hz
0IHI404344Q
CQ65115D
4
REMARKS
1
0IHI404344R
3
SVC
MARK
120V/60Hz
230V/50Hz
LOCA.
No.
DESCRIPTION
PART No.
HB-200E
HB-201E
HB-202E
Q'TY
SVC
MARK
REMARKS
34
ELECT, CAPA
0CE4771H618
1
35
ELECT, CAPA
0CE1051K638
2
36
C, METAL
0CQ1041K509
1
37
C, METAL
0CQ1041Y539
2
120V
38
P.P FILM CAPACITOR
3O80046A
2
220/230/240V
39
CONNECTOR
6630FX4002A
1
40
CONNECTOR
6630FX4001A
1
41
WAFER
4H90045A
1
42
TAB
4I72022A
2
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