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Dough leaks out under baking pan. Need new pan? new seal?

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  • cstall Apr 21, 2009

    This is a great machine. It still works well, heats, rises, bakes, etc. The seal under the breadpan now leaks out dough and that seal is not replaceble. So sorry to put it in the landfill after such good use over the years and countless loaves of bread. I have the instruction manual and it is 1998 TR333. It has one recipe and it is a perfect, unfailing buttermilk loaf. I will try it in my new machine. cstall

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