The seal on the inside around the kneading blade is falling apart and the blade itself is very wabbly and is cutting a trail in the bottom of the bread pan. I have a model 1163 toastamser bread box . I ma have to have the whole bread pan unit with a new blade if it is still available.
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Yes, if the blade come off then your bread is not going to mix and knead properly. The blades on all makers are designed to slip on and off though so you can remove them for cleaning etc. Be sure you are pushing the paddle all the way on. If it still comes off when mixing that would be very odd as the weight of the dough ball itself helps keep paddles on. I have owned dozens of machines by different manufacturers and never had a paddle come off in process.
If the spindle is turning and the paddle is not then your paddle is worn out and probable slipping on the spindle. If the spindle isn't turning then your problem is underneath the pan or inside the drive and your paddle may be fine.
Hi, The sealed bearing on the bottom of your pan is broken. There is no fix for it...sorry. If under warranty sunbeam will replace it. Try looking on eBay for a new pan. ( I have same model as you and the bearing froze after 5 years of heavy use. The pans on eBay were very expensive, so I bought a new Sunbeam iat Walmart in New Hampshire for just under $50.00 and no tax).
Hi, Take the bread pan out of the machine and run a kneading cycle. If it is noisy with the pan out then you can take the belt off and try a kneading cycle again. If it's quiet, the yep it's the belt. If still noisy its a gear or the motor itself. If everything is quiet with the pan out then it's the pan itself. There is a sealed bearing in the pan that allows the paddle to spin. The seal on the bearing leaks oil and the bearing either freezes or does not let the paddle spin freely. There is no replacement for the sealed bearing ..and a new pan is needed. Good Luck Hank
Hi, There is a sealed bearing at the bottom of the pan. This allows the paddle to rotate. The bearing has failed and is falling apart. This usually happens with age or use. Time for a new bread pan. If you are lucky you can find one on ebay. Sorry for the bad news....Hank
Falling in middle is usually due to innacurate measuring of liquids. Try again using the instruction manual's recipe and very carefully measuring. Be sure to adjust the liquid if you use honey or other liquid not called for in the recipe.