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go google and type in--operators manual for sunbeam bread maker model 4811-- and if there is a manual available in pdf version down load it
just be aware that with these machines there is a period in the program where after the needing process, it stops for a period to allow the dough to rise before it goes to the cook process
most machines work on the same principle so if you can not find a sunbeam manual see what else is available and check it out
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.
If there is no beep just look at your manuals cycle times and verify how long the 2nd knead takes. Then set another timer such as an alarm clock or oven timer etc. to alert you with a beep that coincides with 5 minutes BEFORE then end of the 2nd knead. Add your fruit, nuts etc. then.