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Big chunk out of loaf bottom

It happens just about every time that our Breadman TR875 takes a large piece out of the bottom of the loaf caused by the paddle. It really makes a mess of the bread. We never had this problem with our first bread maker which I gave to my son. I've tried spraying the paddle with Pam to no avail. Kind of disappointing when most of the loaves look good .

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  • Anonymous Feb 14, 2009

    paddle pulls out big chunk

  • Anonymous Apr 17, 2009

    How can one contact the maker to complain? My TR 875 is driving me nuts since it ruins each loaf by taking out a huge chunk when trying to remove the loaf. To whom may I vent my wrath? 

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If you are around while the bread is being made, pull the dough out of the pan and remove the paddle after the final kneading. It should only take a minute and will not interfere with the baking process.

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Unfortunately that will happen almost every time. I have the instruction booklet and it states it may even BAKE into the bread as well. No way of getting around the HOLE in the bottom of the bread.

Posted on Apr 03, 2009

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