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Need a drive belt for Regal kitchen pro model K 6725

Have tried local hardware stores to with no luck.

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  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2009

    Hi Jon,
    I've got the same problem; Regal Kitchen Pro 6725 that I need a new belt for and can't find. The old one is still in tack and works but is obviously worn and slipping. Streatched tight it is 11.75" long x .25" thick with 4 ribs along the inside of the belt. If you can recommend a suitable replacement source that would be great.
    I did remove, clean and relubricate the drive shaft that turns the kneading paddle and it turns much easier now. I'm making some bread tomorrow so we'll see if that helps like I suspect it will.
    Mark
    maxs135@sbcglobal.net

  • maxs135 Apr 09, 2009

    Hi Jon,
    I've got the same problem; Regal Kitchen Pro 6725 that I need a new belt for and can't find. The old one is still in tack and works but is obviously worn and slipping. Streatched tight it is 11.75" long x .25" thick with 4 ribs along the inside of the belt. If you can recommend a suitable replacement source that would be great.
    I did remove, clean and relubricate the drive shaft that turns the kneading paddle and it turns much easier now. I'm making some bread tomorrow so we'll see if that helps like I suspect it will.
    Mark

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Hi niesp,

Regal accessories aren't easy to find, as you've noted. They stopped making breadmakers (and supporting them with parts) some years back, so they're getting tougher to find all the time.

The best luck I've had is hunting on eBay - there are a number of merchants who specialize in breadmaker parts and accessories. One is the merchant whose link is below - he seems to specialize in manuals, he's got quite the selection, and for $10, you can probably get precisely whatever manual you want. He also sells parts, but neither he nor anyone else seems to have a belt for a K6725 available right now (I checked just now), although that could change tomorrow - keep looking and be patient.

Full Disclosure: No, I don't have any financial or other relationship that causes me to list this vendor, other than the fact that I have his URL handy. There are others, and if you want me to list them, write back and I'll help you track them if you don't want to do it yourself.

http://shop.ebay.com/merchant/urboyteeroy

There are also some websites dedicated to kitchen topics in general,and some do breadmaking in particular - - they also sometimes haveparts.

One last idea - - I'm seeing quite a few online requests for drive belts, and I'm fairly sure they aren't being made, but a belt is a belt -- if you have the old one (doesn't matter if it's broken), could you measure it and provide whatever specs you have, or possibly mail it to me? If I can get my hands on an old one, I have several relatives or friends who are engineers, and could probably help me figure out if there is a similar belt in current production that would help, or if we would need to approach a custom belt manufacturer. Let me know if you can work with me on this.

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