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Bread pan pops out during the kneading 2 cycle

This is my first use on this machine (Breadman Ultimate Plus). When it reached the 2nd knead cycle we heard a pop and looked in the window - the machine kept going but the dough wasn't moving. I tried the pause button but nothing happed. So, I opened the door and replaced the pan -- it popped back out a few minutes later and I repeated my steps making sure it was securely placed. I've had other bread machines and know how to securely seat the pan - it was in place when I started.

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  • thecasbanks May 24, 2009

    Same problem here.

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Me too! I have to bend the two metal pieces on the sides out before every use - they are pretty flexible, you won't break them. Just bend out and they hold the pan in for a use or two. Not an elegant solution, I admit, but it works.

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