Question about Breadman TR2500BC Bread Maker
During second knead cycle, as dough ball becomes firmer, bread pan jumps up off of its two fasteners which are located on each side of the pan bay. I have to stand watch over the machine and push the bread pan back onto its fasteners when this happens. The problem will continue until the force of the kneading becomes lessened as the consistency of the dough ball changes. Thanks for your time. Dave
I have the answer to the TR2500BC pan popping off the base!! My husband and I made a loaf for testing the jump off. Ah HAH! I set the pan in, ok. felt it was down all the way. When it started to knead the ball and stop to reverse...it popped off. We looked at the side hook on top. ok. It popped off again. It was when my husband made sure the two tabs on the under side of the pan was in the opposit direction of the two buds in the base. at that point you MUST set the pan down with force until you get that distinctive click, click. Rock the pan front to back a bit as you push down. It has worked every time since I started that process. I make two loafs of bread a week with no problem of it hopping off. ENJOY.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
I took a piece of #12 wire and placed it from one side of the pan into the hole in the clip to the other side of the pan in the hole in the clip. The pan can not move up and disengage when the wire is in place. the wire may be hot when the baking cycle is completed. This has worked great and we don't have to keep re-seating the pan.
Posted on May 11, 2009
Make four wedges, place two on each side of the pan. ensure the wedges have a lip that fits over the pan so it can not slide down into the heater coil
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
I have the same bread machine and sometimes it has the same problem. my solution is to take the pan out and place it back as deep as possible. i even made a little mark on one side of the pan and it's always on right side when it's in a machine. but the rule is to place the pan deep. sometimes it just looks like deep enough but not really. hope it'll help.
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
I have a similar problem and have done the following: I made four wedges to hold the pan in place with a little lip so they cannot slip down and contact the heater coil. Put the pan in place, pop in the wedges and you are away. If your machine is still under warranty they will replace it!
The first thing I tried to hold it in place was a spatula (big) The handle was the perfect width to hold the pan in place. From there I made the four wedges.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
The first time I used mine, it popped out at least a half a dozen times. The handle sides of the pan, the edges were bent slightly down. I bent the edges slightly up. The pan seated much firmer and only popped out once the next time I used it. I think with a little more tweeking I'll have it fixed.
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
I had the same problem. When I called the company, they told me to add a tiny bit of water to the dough, 1tsp. at a time. This solves the problem. If you put your finger in the dough, it should be sticky. Be very careful adding the water because you can add too much with little effort. Good Luck!
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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