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Paddle spindle has come loose from breadpan

Wobbles and won't stay fixed in place

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    i have the same problem. service told me i need to buy a new pan

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Hi pasternak194


It looks athough the small circlip (shaped like a horseshoe) may have come of the end of the spindle.

This holds the spindle on the end of the driving pin.

(I may be wrong)

You need to contact the manufacturers or have a word with someone who can supply these things.

Kind regards

Alleluia

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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