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The paddle will not stay on the shaft while mixing dough.

While mixing the dough, the paddle wiggles off the shaft and ends up in the dough which makes it impossible to make bread.

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Probably the paddle and shaft are worn. Both are replaceable. Buy a new Paddle and a Kneader mounting shaft unit (Part No. ADA 29A115)

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