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See if you can match your blade to the ones on the linked page. There are a frew places that have used paddles on line but would rather have you look at new stocks vs old stocks first. I realize that none of the paddle descriptions state specifically they are for the ABM6200 Model. The stem sizes are all the same so you should be able to find a correctly configured paddle. If you have the angled upright paddle you may have to look at breadman paddles to find a replacement.
My bread pan is not too bad, but my kneading paddle is rather beat up, so I kept searching online and finally found a site ABTECPARTS.com that had the kneading paddles so I ordered two. Hopefully that will take care of my problem. It helped that I found out accidentally that the same paddle (part # 20274) fits three other Breadman machines (TR2200, TR220-C, & TR2200--97) so I just kept searching and about 2 a.m. I found this site. I hope this will help others looking for paddles.
I have 2 breadmachines 1- K6745 & 1-welbilt ABM2H60 model. The paddel for the latter should work in the k6745. The female shaft of paddel is a little short but should do the trick, I think. Both machines have the normal type loaf pan, and the paddel did fit onto the shaft, so maybe looking at another machine w/ same style of pan will work also.
I really enjoy my K6745 but in a move I lost my manual could you e-mail a copy to me?