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Oster model# 5839 bushing for drive shaft

My oster model#5839 bread machine shaft that turns paddle is loose,the nylon bushing is worn out,it wobbles and leaks can anyone give me a tip on how to get the bushing?im disabled and cannot afford to buy another machine at this time, we have depended on it for our bread for a while now.but i am capable of removing and replacing the bushing if it can be found .any ideas on how or where i can get the the part would be a huge help,thank you in advance.

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If you will look under Oster model #5839 on the internet it will lead you to sites where you can probably purchase your bushing. Also if you can take it off there may be a place in your city like we have here in San Antonio Texas that can make or get the bushing for you. If you have any problems getting one e-mail me at carranzaeb62@gmail.com and I will help you locate one locally.

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