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Blades not moving, strong smoke

At one point early in the mixing cycle the blades stopped moving and there was suddenly a strong smoke smell and visible smoke coming from the breadmaker. I had followed all the receipe to the letter, so the unit was not overloaded. I immediately bought another unit and now wonder if the problem unit is reparable.

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Belt broke or sliping..

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Kneading blade comes off during breadmaking process


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Rising bread is caused by carbon dioxide bubbles being created in the bread by the action of yeast on the sugars in the mix. If the rising stops early, allowing the bread to fall it could be one of several things that cause the carbon dioxide bubbles to stop pushing up the bread. Any of the following could be the cause:
- insufficient sugar in the mix to feed the yeast.
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This is very easily fixed. In fact in the instruction manual it suggests you stop it before baking and remove the blades. After almost a year using it, we have further refined this. As soon as 2nd kneading is done, we pause it, remove the blades, oil up hands with olive oil, and shape it into an approximately cuboid shape, before putting it back in the tin and resuming the programme.

From the 2nd time we used it we did the removing the paddles, but with trial and error have found that shaping the bread means you get a much more even loaf, and later that oiling the hands to do this makes it rise much better, as it prevents the dough sticking to the sides, inhibiting the rise.

By the way, the programmes we use most are no. 8 (mostly), in which case you remove the paddles after 70 mins, and no. 2 (occasionally), where you do it after just after an hour.

Hope this helps, it's certainly made it work much better for us!

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Which program are you choosing on your bread machine? It sounds like you might have chosen the "bake" program. Is that correct?

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I purchased a b2300 bread machine and did not get the mixing blades with machine , how do i get these?


As you know there are 2 paddles. You can order them here for $12.99 each.

http://www.abtecparts.com/commerce/search/products/?product_id=01AXBD5411089130103&merchant_id=1933

If the product is new you should contact Black and Decker using the number in your users manual or 1-800-231-9786 and ask how to get your blades for your new bread maker. This is a bonafide warranty situation.

Thanks for choosing FixYa.

Kelly

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