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The drive belt broke on my bread machine. where can i find a replacement. this seems to be a quite common problem with this particular brand

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If the belt broke there had to be a reason . most of the time you have a bad bushing on the mixer paddle or the main drive wheel . thats why you cant fine one . there sllways some other thing thats bad , and the second one breaks too

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