Responding to: CURTISK@NKU.EDU
MK> We have a friend here who has a Dak breadmaker which is not putting
MK> out good bread. I told him that maybe it was the breadmaker and
MK> someone said that they went out of business. Is this so? Who would
MK> handle repairs for this? He really loves his breadmaker and makes a
MK> lot of bread Mary Curtis
Yes, they're out of business. That means there's no one to help your
friend but us.
A bread machine is only a machine. While it is possible for a machine
to be bad and produce disappointing bread, it is highly unusual. It's
more often the person using it expecting it to be truly automatic and
not understanding the role they must play in the cycle.
Why not tell us more about the problem? Once you tell us what kind(s)
of bread are being tried and what kind of results they are getting, I'm
pretty sure we'll be able to figure out what is wrong and what needs to
be done to get the kind of results they want.
... Sandwich: a faulty attempt to make both ends meat.