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Zojirushi 8-BBV-P300 Baking Pan

4.6 out of 5 stars 54 customer reviews
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  • Replacement bread pan for the Zojirushi 2-pound bread machine, model BBCC-X20.
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  • Zojirushi 8-BBV-P300 Baking Pan
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  • Zojirushi 8-BBV-P290 Paddle
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  • Zojirushi BBV-P290 kneading blade.
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Product Description

The Zojirushi 8-BBV-P300 Baking Pan fits models BB-CEC20BA BB-CEC20BA BBCC-V20 BBCC-X20 BBCC-X20WB

Product Information

Product Dimensions 9.6 x 9.6 x 4.5 inches
Item Weight 3 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Zojirushi
ASIN B001AQDE6U
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4.6 out of 5 stars 54 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #172,103 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#472 in Kitchen & Dining > Bakeware > Bakers & Casseroles > Bakers
#11,085 in Kitchen & Dining > Cookware
Date first available at Amazon.com November 14, 2008

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This is an excellent bread machine, I have been very happy with machine....however I had to order a replacement pan due to metal exposure and scraping that happened in blade areas. If you purchase this machine DO NOT wash or fill pan with hot water immediately after removing bread....it causes protective pan liner to flake off. I now wait until pan cools before I soak it in hot water to clean.
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This replacement pan is of excellent quality and makes beautiful bread loaves.
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.]
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If the breadmaker is not COMPLETELY cool, it will kill the yeast in the pan and the loaf will fail. So having a second pan is convenient in that you can mix two loaves at one time, but cooling time between loaves is critical to success. REALLY good breadmaker!
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After a few years of use the pan allows the liquid to seep down so combined with the sugar and salt and whatever it jams so it can't be turned. I have had this problem before. I started working Canola oil into both ends and turning (sometimes a pliers was necessary to start moving it) and flushing out the mechanism with canola oil and turning. After about a couple of weeks of this It started getting better and better. Now after each use I drop canola oil at the bottom around the under side and turn the mechanism. I then store the pan upside down so that the oil continues to work its way down. The last couple of breads there was no jamming. The axle on the bottom has a flat end touching the pan so I drop the oil down between the side of the turner and the body not in the center of the turner. When I am baking the bread after the initial minute of mixing I pull the plug. I remove the paddles and get as much of what is underneath onto the mixture and replace the paddles and plug it back in. Since the machine has a 10 minute (?) power interupt ability to keep going it doesn't restart but rather continues the cycles. My machine is over 8 years old. I had to pull the side holder out a little to keep the pan from jumping out. Also I have to make sure that the pan isn't messy with oil in the bottom since I did get sloppy a few times. This is a great machine but there is no way that the sealing of a pan paddle turning mechanism with years of usage is going to be maintained. I sort of feel I am getting more use out of the pan than was originally intended.
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This is a good pan to work with in the Zojirushi Bread machine. I bake bread every single day and have to replace my bread pan about every year to 18 months. The paddles I replace about twice a year. In my opinion that is good enough although it would be nice if they lasted longer of course.
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.
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This was my 2nd pan for my breadmaker. I've had it a long while now. I learned from my mistakes with the first one.
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.
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