Question about Sunbeam Oster CKSTBRTW20 Bread Maker - Expressbake 2 lb Capacity
We just bought a new breadmaker, the bread doesn't knead like it should and when it is finished baking, the bread is not fully mixed. The blade is off. When you first slip on the blade before baking, it does not fit firmly, it easily slips on and off could this be the problem?
Yes, if the blade come off then your bread is not going to mix and knead properly. The blades on all makers are designed to slip on and off though so you can remove them for cleaning etc. Be sure you are pushing the paddle all the way on. If it still comes off when mixing that would be very odd as the weight of the dough ball itself helps keep paddles on. I have owned dozens of machines by different manufacturers and never had a paddle come off in process.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Kneading Blade chattering
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.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
Watch/listen to the machine your machine. After the last knead cycle, remove the paddle from the bake pan before the dough rises, continue to bake as normal.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
SOURCE: Kneading blade stuck
The little bearing that turns the paddle is frozen. You will need to get a new bread pan. This happened to me after 7 years of use. If under warranty have them replace it. It was about $25.00 for a used bread pan on ebay, so I just bought a new machine at Wally World (Walmart) for $52.00.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
You could try to take out the dough after the breadmaker is finished kneading the dough into a bowl. Then rub some butter or margarine on the paddle and inside the paddle. Return the dough back into the pan to continue the rise and bake cycle. This should keep the paddle from ripping a big chunk of your bread when you remove it.
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
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