Zojirushi bread machine bonanza, plus DAK Turbo Baker II owner’s manual

I had another bit of great luck about a month ago. At a veteran’s group garage sale, I found a Zojirushi BBCC-N15 breadmaker for $10. Zojirushi products are awesome and their bread machines are Cadillacs of the appliances. Even an older model like this was something I’d never turn down for that price. Even if it hadn’t powered on, I could have parted it out and still turned a great profit. However, it DID power on and it bakes a mean loaf of bread.

Some day, I’d love to get the double-paddled Zojirushi BB-CEC20WB Home Bakery Supreme, but I like my latest find a lot…And I only paid $10. 🙂

On the subject of bread machines, I’ve had several people ask if I have the manual for the DAK Turbo Baker II (FAB-200) bread machine I wrote about a while back. It so happened I had the printout, but couldn’t find my original file. However, I did a little sleuthing (gotta love the Goog) and hunted it down so I could offer it for my readers here.

DAK Turbo Baker II FAB-200-User’s Manual

Let me know if you have any questions!

5 thoughts on “Zojirushi bread machine bonanza, plus DAK Turbo Baker II owner’s manual

  1. Thank you so much for this manual!!! I just picked this up at a Thrift Store for $6.00 in like new condition! I have the older version Dak Auto Bakery and was thrilled to find this and then your blog with the manual. What a blessing.

  2. Last month I found a TurboBaker IV at Goodwill. Score! Then, last week I found a dual-paddle Welbilt ABM2H22 for $2.00 (75% off the$7.99 ticketed price that day)! It makes a 2lb horizontal “regular” loaf. More about those soon.

  3. I just dug out my old DAK Turbo Baker II and put in the ingredients for a white bread. Is there a long pause during the kneading cycle? Because after a few minutes of kneading it has totally stopped and the Rising button has not lit up. Anyone know?

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