I need the instructions for a WELBILT Bread Machine ABM-100-3.
suedawg from New Bloomfield, MO
I have a Welbilt ABM-100-3 bread machine that I bought years ago. I believe that it was the first bread machine for sale in the USA, and they quit making it long ago. The same style machine was sold that made different size loaves, mine makes a 1-1/2 to 2 lb loaf, the others only made a 1 lb loaf. I'm not sure if the one that made smaller loaves had a different model number or not. I have the directions and recipe booklets for mine, and would be happy to copy them for you. E-mail me if you can't find them anywhere else. In this machine, always add the yeast 1st, followed by the remaining dry ingredients. The water gets put over the other ingredients (on top). (06/29/2007)
Just wanted to thank Nigella for giving the link to that website. I just bought a Welbilt bread machine at my local thrift shop with no directions. I think this site will be very helpful to me. I'm sure glad someone asked the right question and that so many of you had good answers. I am confused though because many people on other sites said wet ingredients first, some said yeast first, and others said dry ingredients first. I guess once I read the manual for my machine once I figure out which one it is I'll be able to figure out which goes first in my particular machine. But it's great having all this useful information at the touch of a computer keyboard button. :o) (10/01/2007)
Just moved to sea level from 9000 ft altitude and dusted off my Welbilt bread machine but there are no instructions to be found. Thanks for your input and wish me luck. After so many duds at high altitude, we're really looking forward to having home made bread again! Will let you know how it turns out!
Editor's Note: High altitude cooking is a whole new learning experience, especially baking. Here's a good link: http://urc.colostate.edu/titles/P41.html
They say: "High altitude has its most pronounced effect on the rising time of bread. At high altitudes, the rising period is shortened. Since the development of a good flavor in bread partially depends on the length of the rising period, it is well to maintain that period. Punching the dough down twice gives time for the flavor to develop.
In addition, flours tend to be drier and thus able to absorb more liquid in high, dry climates. Therefore, less flour may be needed to make the dough the proper consistency."
Try this: http://www.creativehomemaking.com/download/Welbilt_ABM-100-4_Manual.pdf (11/26/2007)
I would assume that you could put the dry or wet first, as long as they are separated. I did do this with my welbilt, I put the wet stuff on the bottom, dry on top, then the yeast. The loaf turned out great. I think the trick is to separate the liquids from the yeast, so either way should work fine. (12/28/2007)
By Sweet T
Has all that you'll need. (01/07/2008)
There is a manual on Ebay that I saw, it is item number 150254042153 (06/05/2008)
For welbilt bread machine manuals go to the following site. It has manuals for almost all the welbilt machines in pdf.
Go to this site for Welbilt manuals. I finally found the manual for the ABM 3500, 8200, Y2K2, and 2H60 models. Good luck.
I have the instruction manual for the Welbilt bread machine, model ABM 100, in perfect condition, it technically belongs to my mom who said to post it, she'd like to have $6 for it, that would include postage, I can accept concealed cash, MO, or PayPal money transfer, anyone needing one feel free to email me if interested in it. The email used for posting on sites is bethetruth AT gmail.com.
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I purchased a Welbilt bread machine with no manual on Fri. I logged onto the Hillbilly Housewife on Sat. They have general instructions on how to use a bread machine with no manual. I made bread that Sat. night no problem. Just place wet ingredients first, yeast last. I have the 3500. I made delicious whole wheat bread with only whole wheat flour. Hope this helps! (02/09/2009)
If your machine has a timer function, (and you intend to use it), you must add the yeast last. Wet items on the bottom, dry items on top, and yeast last. (02/27/2009)
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