Question about Black & Decker B1561 Bread Maker
I've used my breadmaker for a year now. It was after the second time I used it that the paddle would not come out, and since I always made the same thing, it didn't bother me. However, now I'm trying to use the bake setting and I am afraid the paddle will interfere with the banana bread. How the heck can I get it out of there? It seems to be glued in. Thanks if anyone can help. Vicki
I remove the paddle from the dough after the last kneading ( 1hour and 41 min. left on my machine b1561) and return the dough into the machine for further baking It is so easy to remove the finished bread and there is only a small hole where the stem was !!!!!!! G.D.
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
Fill the container with hot water and dish soap and let it sit for a few minutes and then rinse under hot water and keep rinsing then turn upside down and shake rapidly, keep on repeating this until paddle comes loose. Some of the bread dough has gotten up under the paddle and has baked the paddle onto the shaft. I have had this happen a couple of times. Its a naturally occuring problem that is all part of breadmaking.
Posted on Oct 01, 2007
I've had pretty good results with a crochet hook (use a metal one that can be run through your dishwasher). Insert the hook through the hole in the paddle and it should catch on the far side just enough to pull the paddle out of the loaf. Best to do it before it cools and the crust hardens, though.
Posted on Dec 30, 2006
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