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Kneading Blade chattering

When in kneading cycle, the kneading blade makes a sound like the gear is slipping, checked all parts and they're in place what do i do?

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  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2009

    Same deal here. 1st time out of the box too. The grinding was loud and the mixer acted as if it were under a load.

  • shortcake27 Jan 04, 2009

    Same thing. First time it worked fine. Tried to make a loaf of French bread today and it sound like the gears were slipping. My husband took a look at it and could make it stop by putting pressure on one side of the pan.

  • spadawah Jan 15, 2009

    When I look through the top, it seems that the stirrer is slowing down when the bread dough gets really thick. So whatever bit is making the stirrer go round and round is grinding because it keeps going and the stirrer is stopping against the thick dough....I don't know what to do to fix that, though. Just out of the box, mine is grinding really loud after about 1 hour (3.5 hour process for my loaf) and I'm not sure if I want to listen to it for much longer!

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I had the same problems with another manufactures model. I found that the bread pan needs to slot in the machine only one way. The pan will fit in the machine with the handle both vertical and parallel to the front. However to stop the clacking noise I found that one way in the machine..it makes noise, the other way it doesn't. You'll have to try. If it makes noise, open the lid and turn the bread pan 45 degrees in either direction and secure it back in the breadmaker then close the lid. I hope this helps. If it does, remember how the pan is in the machine for next time to avoid the noise.

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