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14 years 5 months ago #2776 by The Kats Place
After 19 years stirling service my breadmaker has up and died! It is a panosonic and has been a really great machine.
I need to get a new one, any suggestions on what brand is good?

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14 years 5 months ago #77112 by GBpeter
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Panasonic :)

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14 years 5 months ago #77114 by gemini kiwi
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Don't you just love the smell of that bread wafting through the house. I cranked mine up a few weeks ago, my son and his girlfreind are keen to get one themselves, so were looking at the different brands. the Sunbeam one has a battery back up for when the power goes out. (Good if you live out in the wop wops) and power supply is a little dodgy. and there is a George Foreman one which is huge available. Mine is a panasonic like yours.....gee I hope its not about to cark it, as its about the same age..

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14 years 5 months ago #77123 by The Kats Place
GK - if its the same model you could have the loaf tin and mixer thingy as spares if you wish.

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14 years 5 months ago #77127 by PeterNZ
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Sorry, can't really help you there! My breadmaker is Made In Germany, is older than 19 years ;) and I am married to her since 1991! Those models are really hard to find! [:o)]

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14 years 5 months ago #77128 by The Kats Place
Good point PNZ - I could go back to making it the old fashioned way.

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14 years 5 months ago #77132 by PeterNZ
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The problem with my "old" model is, it doesn't have a timer and is quite expensive in the running costs.:D

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14 years 5 months ago #77146 by LongRidge
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Perhaps it's time to trade it in on a new model !!!!

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14 years 5 months ago #77171 by PeterNZ
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I thought about it! But where do you get a bread maker, which can also make Pasta, Jam, delicious meals etc. And runs mainly on home brewed beer? And brings me coffee to my bed side every morning? And delivers breakfast to my desk! And the design ..... [8D]

The new ones are all build with good looks, but if you look at the more important qualities you might find they are pretty simple. And require high maintenance. They require flash Chardonnay or Bubbly to run. They would probably just get enough energy from a German Wheat Beer to make some buns! Their language module is very limited, too!

Nah, I'll guess I stick with the one I have! It's still good for a long time!

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14 years 5 months ago #77233 by Dream Weaver
wow 19 years is a good run. i would go with the same make. I have a panasonic to, have to say it doesn't get used alot but when it does the smell is so nice.

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14 years 5 months ago #77344 by grannie Mary
You will be very lucky to find a Panasonic. They are no longer making them

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14 years 5 months ago #77369 by The Kats Place
I thought that may be the case GM. Can anyone suggest another brand?

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14 years 5 months ago #77376 by grannie Mary
NOT br******e

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14 years 5 months ago #77378 by The Kats Place
thanks for that GM, thats the kind of think I need to know if I want the next one to last as long as the old faithfull did.

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14 years 5 months ago #77399 by GBpeter
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quote:Originally posted by PeterNZ

Sorry, can't really help you there! My breadmaker is Made In Germany, is older than 19 years ;) and I am married to her since 1991! Those models are really hard to find! [:o)]

Cheers

Peter

Must be common I have one too - in my case Wuppertal born but at a guess slightly older :)

As far as I know they are still making Panasonic machines
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-breadmaker-SD254/dp/B000QV07C4/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=gateway&qid=1200728764&sr=8-1

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