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Worn Out Bread Pan

Pushing well over 500 loaves out of my TR900S and I need a new bread pan.. Can you help????

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  • chrissymo Nov 30, 2008

    I have had my Breadman Pro for 3 1/2 years and have worn out the pan and paddle. I have tried googling and contacting the company with no avail. Can ANYONE help??

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The paddle can be fixed with a set screw or two if you are mechanically inclined. The bushing can be put back into place with plumber's putty and work for 6-8 months making bread daily. You can use it totally without the stupid rubber seal. If you are beyond these fixes, then you need a new pan - as do I. Same story, called several times, got no reply.

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  • Mike Dec 22, 2008

    Customer service is (800) 738-0245. You can get the parts, but they are expensive. Please note that the paddle does not come with the pan.

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