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Kneading blade stays in bread after cooking.

After removing the bread from the pan the kneading blade cooks in bread loaf. I have to tear a hole in bottom of loaf to remove it.

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  • gunn94954 Dec 02, 2008

    Hi Alleillia ,



    I've tried both of your suggesti0ns and it still cooks in the bread. It's an old bread maker and I guess the kneading blade is too loose. I appreciate your help. Thank you for trying.. Beverly

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Hi,

This sometimes happens. I have a Panasonic.

When you place contents in pan with some machines it is important to place contents
in a particular order. I should try to keep contents away from the kneading blade as you place them.
Another thing that might possibly help is to put a litter olive oil around the blade before adding ingredients.

Hope that this helps

Alleillia

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