20 Most Recent Breadman TR2200C Ultimate Bread Maker Questions & Answers


(N.B. I think there may be two variants of the Ultimate Plus, TR2500BC. They can be
distinguished by the number of rivets in the pan, 3 or 4. Mine has 3.)

I had a similar problem. Holding down the Reset button and plugging
or unplugging the machine didn't work for me. (Note: I've been
pretty careful to hold the Reset button when I unplug the machine
after baking a loaf.) This procedure worked for me:

1. Unplug the machine.
2. Remove the plastic keypad housing. There are three screws: left,
right, rear. (Note: One has a different thread from the others.)
3. Rock the housing back and forth to remove it.
4. Remove the white protective cover. It has two screws.
5. (You *did* unplug the machine, didn't you?)
6. Identify the ribbon cable and locate where its connector seats on
the circuit board.
7. The circuit board has little printed labels opposite each pin.
At one end are the labels GND, VCC, VDD, in order.
8. Short together GND and VCC with a small piece of wire by sticking
the ends of the wire into the top of the connector to touch the contacts.
9. Do the same with GND and VDD.
10. The machine should work now. With the keypad housing, circuit
board, and cables safely away from the metal body, plug the machine in.
You should hear a beep, and all should be well.
11. Rejoice, be glad, and make some bread.

Breadman TR2200C... | Answered on Oct 11, 2019


that is a temperature alert to advise the user that the oven chamber is too hot to begin breadbaking. This usually happens when a loaf of bread has been baked and a 2nd one is attempted before the breadmachine has cooled off.

Breadman TR2200C... | Answered on Mar 13, 2019


Go to a thrift store and get a used machine, it will be cheaper all round. :)

Breadman TR2200C... | Answered on Nov 02, 2017


The processor got confused.

Breadman TR2200C... | Answered on May 23, 2017


See my posts on this problem.
Do not mess up the clips.

Breadman TR2200C... | Answered on Nov 01, 2016


Had a problem like that let water in too long soaking.
It seized up.
Put olive oil on the shaft and let it soak in,
Then turn the shaft back and forth til it loosens up.
Don't let water sit too long and don't use oil that you wouldn't drink.

Breadman TR2200C... | Answered on Jul 31, 2016


Common issue with certain make and models spanning the last 25 years. It's nothing more than non-toxic food-safe shaft-to-seal lubricant leeching out into your finished loaf. Nothing wrong per say, and there's really no fix.

Hope this helps!

Breadman TR2200C... | Answered on Dec 10, 2015

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