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Oster 5821 breadmaker

The paddle that is in bread pand turns very hard. I can barely turn it by hand. Any solutions?

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  • mousyrose Dec 04, 2007


    Yes the paddle in my Oster 5821 breadmaker is frozen. It won't turn. How do I get the old one out? I see online where I can purchase a new paddle.

    Thank you,


  • Anonymous Jan 07, 2009

    how do you take apart the lower end?



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I had a paddle freeze on me too I took apart the lower end and lubricated it then put it back together

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