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Zojirushi 8-BBV-P300 Baking Pan
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- Replacement bread pan for the Zojirushi 2-pound bread machine, model BBCC-X20.
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- Replacement bread machine blades sold separately.
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Be sure to wash off the thin veneer of manufacturing oil with soapy water before using.
As others have mentioned, NEVER put cold water in the bread pan while it is still hot after baking. This will warp the base of the pan and cause the beaters to scrape the non-stick coating off in a circular pattern. ALWAYS let it stand to cool before washing it out.
Failing to do this was why I bought the replacement pan in the first place.
This is a great product and with minor attention to details (and recipe refining) it consistently makes perfect loaves every time.
[Edit: 18 months later this replacement pan is still in perfect condition and baking 2 whole wheat loaves every week.]
Things that will influence how long your pan and paddles will last is how rough the dough is (the more seeds or nuts you put in, the more the non-stick layer will be damaged during the kneading process) and how sturdy you make your dough (if the machine has trouble moving the dough around you probably don't have enough water or other fluid in it which is harder on the motor, as well as the paddles).
After extended use the non-stick layer will disappear in places and then the bread will stick to it and be harder to get out of the pan after baking. The same goes for the paddles. With some good care instructions that other people have mentioned as well you can make them last however. Let the pan cool completely before you clean it and don't use soap on it. I use just clean warm water and a gentle brush. No sharp objects either. I think of it as if it were a Tefal or Calphalon baking pan, when the non-stick layer goes away it's time to replace.
I learned not to take the paddles off the spindles and out of the pan until 1) everything was completely cool, 2) I soaked the paddles and bottom of the breadpan for about 1/2 hour (with water ONLY ON THE inside of the pan, NOT with the pan itself in a sink of water), with warm or cool water to just above the paddle tops. Then I remove the paddles and run them under running water thru the paddle holes.. Then I use a paper towel and remove all the wet bread residue from the spindles and any on the bottom/sides of the pan. Everything comes off fine without soap.
I used to rip the paddles off the spindles while still hot crunchy bread residue made it all stick like glue, and the spindle gaskets eventually ended up getting loose- not enough to leak, but between that and the paddle holes getting bigger from pulling them off like that, the paddles became loose.
No problems at all now...... These pans and it's breadmaker make us at least a loaf each week, all year long.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Replaced original pan around loaf #250 when loaves started sticking. Up to loaf #404 now and it's still working great!Published 2 months ago by Dan Libby
I had a hard time buying a new pan for $60! Then I remembered that my first pan lasted for 15 years so it is well worth it.Published 11 months ago by Ammie
This pan was a perfect replacement for the one that wore out. It was nice not to have to replace the bread machine.Published 14 months ago by JJ
I have a seven year old Zojirushi two paddle breadmaker (the predecessor to this series BBV-P300). My old pan lasted seven years being used twice per week. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Kelly Ann Prater
This is an excellent pan, pricey though. I've had my Zojirushi bread machine for over 7 years and this is the first time I've needed to replace the pan from normal usage. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Judith E. Robbins
My old pan was 3 or four years old and the bearing ot the kneads were getting every so often, so I decided on this one .. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Kostadin