Question about Breadman TR2200C Ultimate Bread Maker
I have a TR2200 that has received a lot of use for a number of years. I recently notice that the paddle seemed to be a bit wobbly when mounted on the pan shaft. It looked like there was a lot of wear. The paddle being aluminum, I assumed the wear would be mostly on the paddle, so I ordered a replacement. The new paddle is not as loose fitting as the old, but is certainly not snug. I had never noticed this before. QUESTION: Should the paddle fit snugly on the shaft? That's how I think I remember it. Might the shaft itself be worn? Need I replace the pan assembly? Thanks for your help!
You can drill and tap the paddle, where it faces the flat on the shaft, and install a small setscrew. Something like a 10-32. Make sure you use a nylok screw or use a thread locking compound (available @ auto parts stores) to prevent the screw from working loose and getting into your bread! Just tighten the screw enough for a snug fit so that it can be removed for cleaning.
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
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