I lost my paddle for my breadman pro TR900S. I think this product is no longer being made, do you know where I can contact the manuf. to try to find a replacement paddle? Thank you so much. Suze at firstname.lastname@example.org or 218-444-2707
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The paddle can be fixed with a set screw or two if you are mechanically inclined. The bushing can be put back into place with plumber's putty and work for 6-8 months making bread daily. You can use it totally without the stupid rubber seal. If you are beyond these fixes, then you need a new pan - as do I. Same story, called several times, got no reply.
I lost the kneading paddle - called the customer service number and they told there are none available and they are no longer making them. Guess I just throw the whole unit in the garbage since it is worthless without a kneading paddle!!
I can't promise you that this is the solution, but some of the cycles have a relatively long preheat cycle where the bread machine just sits there. Make sure that you are on cycle #1 and it should start kneeding right away.
This site has bands/belts for breadmakers. I am buying my new paddle for the tr900s breadman pro from there. Perhaps your belt is broken? I personally have never replaced one, but it should not be too hard. Make sure you unplug the breadmaker before opening it up at all.
Try running the breadmaker with no pan in it and see if the paddle shaft turns at all during the cycle. Also, the paddle will not turn at all in the first 30 minutes of certain cycles, like the whole wheat. This is stated on the time chart of the instruction manual for this model.