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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, Yes you can remove the paddle before baking. The cuizinart has a buzzer that sounds when to take the paddle out
If you want to take the paddle out you should make sure your machine has a pause feature so you don't lose any rising time.
Take pan out of machine, empty dough into a bowl, remove paddle, squirt the shaft in the bread pan lightly with veg oil (prevents sticking) then return the dough after final kneading time and before final rise.
My bread pan is not too bad, but my kneading paddle is rather beat up, so I kept searching online and finally found a site ABTECPARTS.com that had the kneading paddles so I ordered two. Hopefully that will take care of my problem. It helped that I found out accidentally that the same paddle (part # 20274) fits three other Breadman machines (TR2200, TR220-C, & TR2200--97) so I just kept searching and about 2 a.m. I found this site. I hope this will help others looking for paddles.
I lost the kneading paddle - called the customer service number and they told there are none available and they are no longer making them. Guess I just throw the whole unit in the garbage since it is worthless without a kneading paddle!!