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Paddle stuck inside bread

Every time I cook a loaf of bread the paddles cook inside the loaf. This has happened ever since the first time I used it. Any suggestions how to fix this?

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  • katwoman453 Dec 06, 2008

    The bread stuck worse without the paddles in the pan, but thanks for the suggestion.

  • angelamaclea Mar 23, 2009

    i have the same problem with the paddles sticking in the bread i used this twice now thank god i have the reciept this thing is a peice of garbage it is going back..

  • barbmason Apr 18, 2009

    I have only made 2 loaves of bread, and both times when the baked bread was turned out of the bread pan onto a rack, the paddles got lost deep inside the hot, soft bread. It created a significant hole (actually 2) when I tried to retrieve the paddles. I gave up and left them in there, only to be plucked out as I cut slices later. These holes spoil a good portion of the loaf. I'm not impressed.

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I have the B2300 bread machine as well and I have encountered the same problem as you. So, I came up with the idea of removing the paddles right after the machine has stopped mixing the dough. Whenever I bake bread at home, I tend to follow the above mentioned solution and it made my life much easier.

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