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Peddals Please tell me what I can do to prevent the paddles from staying in my loaf of bread. This is a very annoying problem for I have to cut them out of the bottom.

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    I have the same problem :(





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Hi there,
I would suggest that you remove the paddles right after the machine has stopped mixing the dough. Hope this helps.

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