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Clamps that hold the pan in place don't hold.

Hi, the little metal side clamps that hold the pan in place are not strong enough and the pan comes out and clunks around - - Not the recipe because I have used it several times before.  Where can I buy new metal brakets/clamp?

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Sunbeam repair manual


Hi...Before trying to take it apart, you should verify that the paddle in the bread pan is moving or not. Take the pan out of the machine and try to turn the paddle by hand. It should turn free and smooth with little effort. If you can't turn it by hand then the bearing is frozen and the bread pan needs to be replaced. (no fix for it).

If the paddle moves freely, then the belt in the bottom of the unit is loose or broken. Reply to this thread and we'll help you out!
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Why the tub disengage during knead cycle


This may help solve your problem:
Bread pan removal:
I am assuming you have the type of bread machine that has
the little metal spring clips inside the oven compartment. Before inserting the pan always check on the
bottom of the pan (underneath) to see how the impeller "T" is aligned and turn
it with your fingers or turn the paddle with your fingers so the "T" will fit
into the gaps of the impeller in the bottom of the oven. Once you have aligned them then place the
pan in the oven and "pop" push the pan in place so the spring clips grab the
matching clips on the sides of the pan.
Also look to see if your pan has the word "front" stenciled in the lip
edge of the pan. If so, be sure that edge is towards the front of
the machine. If your pan still won't pop into place when you
push down your spring clips may need to be gently pulled out because they can
become "slack" over time. Take the pan
out and reach in and pull each spring clip up until you start to feel it bend a
little and bend them out. Pop your pan into place and if the clips don's start
to grab your pan repeat the process of bending the clips out and repeat that
until they do. Summary:



1)
make sure if your pan is marked "front" that it is aligned
properly



2)
make sure the paddle and the T underneath the pan aren't in
conflict with the matching drive impeller in the bottom of the oven. Just turn the paddle so they are opposite of
each other and can engage



3)
Restore the "springiness" to your clips by bending them out
with your fingers. Be careful though because the spring edges are fine edges so
get underneath them when you pull up


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Jul 01, 2013 | Breadmakers

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Bread pan comes loose and bangs around during kneading cycle--how to fix?


Hello....I wrote this for those with bread pan problems....be sure to read the part about how to restore the "spring" of your bread pan clips...
Bread pan removal:


I am assuming you have the type of bread machine that has the little metal spring clips inside the oven compartment. Before inserting the pan always check on the bottom of the pan (underneath) to see how the impeller "T" is aligned and turn it with your fingers or turne the paddle with your fingers so the "T" will fit into the gaps of the impeller in the bottom of the oven. Once you have aligned them then place the pan in the oven and "pop" push the pan in place so the spring clips grab the matching clips on the sides of the pan. Also look to see if your pan has the word "front" stenciled in the lip edge of the pan. If so, be sure that edge is towards the front of the machine. If your pan still won't pop into place when you push down your spring clips may need to be gently pulled out because they can become "slack" over time. Take the pan out and reach in and pull each spring clip up until you start to feel it bend a little and bend them out. Pop your pan into place and if the clips don's start to grab your pan repeat the process of bending the clips out and repeat that until they do. Summary:

1) make sure if your pan is marked "front" that it is aligned properly

2) make sure the paddle and the T underneath the pan aren't in conflict with the matching drive impeller in the bottom of the oven. Just turn the paddle so they are opposite of each other and can engage

3) Restore the "springiness" to your clips by bending them out with your fingers. Be careful though because the spring edges are fine edges so get underneath them when you pull up


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Apr 01, 2013 | Breadman Tr2500bc Ultimate Plus 2-pound...

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I can't get the dough bucket to come out of the mancine,so need manual for admiral red star bread machine #735, where can I find it?


If your oven chamber has the two little spring clips holding the pan in on each side follow the instructions I wrote for a variety of pan types:

Bread pan removal:


I am assuming you have the type of bread machine that has the little metal spring clips inside the oven compartment. Before inserting the pan always check on the bottom of the pan (underneath) to see how the impeller "T" is aligned and turn it with your fingers or turne the paddle with your fingers so the "T" will fit into the gaps of the impeller in the bottom of the oven. Once you have aligned them then place the pan in the oven and "pop" push the pan in place so the spring clips grab the matching clips on the sides of the pan. Also look to see if your pan has the word "front" stenciled in the lip edge of the pan. If so, be sure that edge is towards the front of the machine. If your pan still won't pop into place when you push down your spring clips may need to be gently pulled out because they can become "slack" over time. Take the pan out and reach in and pull each spring clip up until you start to feel it bend a little and bend them out. Pop your pan into place and if the clips don's start to grab your pan repeat the process of bending the clips out and repeat that until they do. Summary:

1) make sure if your pan is marked "front" that it is aligned properly

2) make sure the paddle and the T underneath the pan aren't in conflict with the matching drive impeller in the bottom of the oven. Just turn the paddle so they are opposite of each other and can engage

3) Restore the "springiness" to your clips by bending them out with your fingers. Be careful though because the spring edges are fine edges so get underneath them when you pull up


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Mar 24, 2013 | Red Star BM735 Instruction Manual Recipes...

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Can't remove paddle


Hi Nancy, If it were one of the metal ones coated with Teflon I would advise something different. Since it is plastic you will need to soak it again overnight with some soapy water. Tomorrow get a toothpick and begin to pick at the bread gunk in the little gap between the post and the flat edge of the post where the bread gunk collects. Once you clear enough of that out a little wiggling side to side and especially up and down should free your paddle. Fortunately B&D's usually have enough of a gap where you can do what I describe. Some paddles fit so snugly there is no gap to work with. Whatever you do don't use anything metal to try and free your paddle, you could damage the teflon coating on your pan and you never want to do that. Let me know how it goes.....

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Hello. The bread pan is coming unseated during the kneading process. I can push it back in and it continues to knead, but I need to stand there b/c it usually happens again. Any suggestions? Thanks.


The thing(s) that keep your pan in place are the steel tension clips on both sides of the pan. You many not be pushing your pan in far enough so that they are engaged. Or, it may be that you have used your machine a lot and the springs have become slack. If it's the former push down with a little "shove" so the spring clips grasp your pan. If its the latter, then you need to pull the clips out and away from the sides of the oven a little so the spring tension is restored and they grip you pan like they did when you first got it.

Jan 10, 2011 | Breadman TR2200C Ultimate Bread Maker

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I can't figure out how to take the bread pan out. The instructions state to remove it and wash prior to use. There are no instructions on how to remove it.


Your pan is held in by two spring clips, one on each side of the pan. They are under tension in order to hold the pan steady while the mixing occurs. Lift the lid all they way open and grab the metal handle on the bread pan with both hands. "pop" the pan by lifting straight up with a little ****. That will cause the clips to lose their grip and your machine will kind of "pop" out. When you are ready to bake bread you may have to "pop" it back into place. Remember that.

In fact go ahead and practice popping your pan in and out so you get confident with how the little spring clips work.....so you will be ready next time you are ready to bake bread in it....Best wishes!

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I have a new bread maker . When I unpacked it, the bread pail is secured in the machine. Normally, I lift the handle of the pail, twist it and out comes the pail. This is my first Cusisnart, and the...


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Bread pan jumps off of its fastener clips.


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