Decode your Cuisinart convection bread maker error signals. Unlike the traditional model, which does not have error codes, the convection bread maker produces alphanumeric codes based on the problem encountered. These codes help you to better troubleshoot and fix the issue at hand to get a perfectly prepared loaf of bread from your Cuisinart convection bread maker.
Listen for three beeps when you see the E00 error code, which indicates that your kitchen is too cold to use the bread maker for it to properly rise and bake the bread. Move the bread maker into a warmer area with a temperature of above -20 degrees Celsius (-4 degrees Fahrenheit). Prevent this from happening by never using or storing the bread maker outside or in an unheated spot during the winter.
Three beeps with the E01 code lets you know that the temperature of the bread maker is too hot to operate properly, which most often occurs when you try to bake several loaves of bread in succession or use the bread maker in an extremely hot environment. Solve this issue by waiting at least 10 minutes between loaves of bread.
HHH or EEE
Seeing the HHH or EEE error code, you will hear a continuous beeping sound that does not stop unless you unplug the bread machine. This code indicates that the bread maker has encountered a fatal error which the user cannot repair. Contact Cuisinart's customer service center at 1-800-726-0190 to locate your nearest appliance service center.