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Replace paddle I need to replace the paddle on my Oster bread machine. There is a clip on the bottom that needs to be removed and hopefully can be reused. I have the new paddle but it didn't come with a new clip.Anything special in doing it?

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Posted on Dec 22, 2007

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I had a paddle freeze on me too I took apart the lower end and lubricated it then put it back together

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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Hello waunellenune,

1) Here's the URL for their Breadmaker Manuals page:

If you can't download a version sufficiently close to what you have, I'd call Oster - - the Breadmaker 800# is800-438-0935 - - and ask about their recommendations.

If I can be of further assistance, let me know.

If this solves the issue, please rate it accordingly.

Thanks in-advance for using,


Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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Hi ka_haa,

Since you don't specify your location, some of what I'm offering may need adjustment, but generally you have the following options. What follows is for the USA.

1) Contact Oster - - the Breadmaker 800# is 800-438-0935 - - and ask about their recommendations for parts or repair. They will likely not want you doing electrical repairs yourself, and will probably refer you to a service center.

2) Check online auctions like eBay or

3) If finding parts is difficult, you might consider buying either
- a used machine for parts (again, online auction, and don't pay too much).
- a new machine and use your old one for parts.
I've used this strategy on both cars and computers - - often makes more sense than trying to hunt a single spare part when you need it.

If I can be of further assistance, let me know.

If this solves the issue, please rate it accordingly.

Thanks in-advance for using,


Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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SOURCE: oster bread machine 5811 manual

You may download, save and print the .PDF manual free of charge from:

This .PDF document does not specify it as the Model 5811 manual; however, it is nearly identical, right down to the control panel on top.

Before I posted this comment, I downloaded, saved and printed the .PDF manual, and then took it downstairs to give it a whirl. PERFECT! At the time of this writing, my elderly Oster Bread Machine, Model 5811, #BM-100 (J222) is whipping up my first large loaf of white bread!

Incidentally, we discovered our Oster Bread Machine sitting on a shelf in an old house we were given as an apartment community manager quarters. It was sitting with some other stuff slated to be hauled to Goodwill (or the dump)!

I spent the past hour surfing the net looking for an Oster Bread Machine Model 5811 manual. Other than a couple of site where I was asked to pay a fee to download a .PDF or .ZIP file, there was little else. A couple of sites that purported to be THE place to download the manual turned out to be non-existent or otherwise dead ends.

Hope this helps all you who have been seeking this manual in vain for so long.

Happy Baking!

Posted on Jan 12, 2010

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