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When the machine is kneading now the pan has started to jump out of place

My machine has worked beautiful for 2 years now but lately when it is kneading the pan has started to jump out of the holder, not all the time but sometime when the paddle gets stuck. Should I use more water or something?

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Re: When the machine is kneading now the pan has started...

Try more water - you get a soggy load - should stick to the recipe
this sounds like plain old wear and tear to me.

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