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Not sure what you are asking but to remove the paddle you need to perhaps give it a slight twist and pull upwards. It musts be cleaned regularly to ensure it moves freely to mix the dough. If you haven't cleaned it for a while perhaps a short soak in cold water will loosen it.
There is supposed to be a removable small paddle in bottom of pan.
If it's not there, you will not get dough at all. Just wet flour.
If paddle is there, but you have half way dough.. AND you followed directions exactly, machine has a problem. Take it back for refund or exchange.
Hi, No problem at all. People do this to prevent the paddle from staying in the bread. If bread machine does not have a pause, take the pan out of the machine to remove the paddle to be safe, and do this before final rise and baking cycles. Hank
Hi, The shaft is pressed into a bearing that is molded and stamped in the bottom of the pan. This bearing is sealed and allows the shaft and paddle to spin freely. The rest of the parts on the other end of the shaft interact with the motor on your machine. They do wear out and can not be repaired because the worn parts are not available individually.
Sorry to say there are no repairable parts, so it's time for a new bread pan. I don't know the brand of your machine so you can google or check ebay.