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I have this machine for 4 years now and I was happy with The central shaft does not turn now and I lost all my stuff... It makes the noise like if it works, but nothing happen... and there is a...


Hi.. The "central shaft" could mean the motor shaft is not turning or the "central shaft" could be the paddle shaft in the bread pan is not turning. If it's the motor shaft then tighten or replace belt. Since you "lost all your stuff" it could be the sealed bearing in the bottom of the bread pan has broken. The paddle doesn't turn and is leaking. If this is the case the bread pan needs replacement. Hank

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Hi..That assembly is part of the sealed bearing in the bottom of the pan. That sealed bearing allows the shaft and paddle to turn freely. Unfortunately Regal stopped making bread machines and parts several years ago so the chances of you finding a replacement is rare. Hank

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1) Make sure bread pan is inserted in the machine correctly. 2) Take pan out of the machine and make sure the paddle spins freely on the shaft. ( If not, sealed bearing is frozen and pan needs to be replaced. 3) Keep pan out of machine and start a kneading cycle. Look through the lid window to see if the motor shaft is turning. If not the belt may have come off , snapped or there is something wrong with the motor or curcit board in the machine . Hank

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Not quite sure what you mean about rotating shaft, but if you take the bread pan out of the machine and try to turn the paddle by hand and it doesn't move, then the sealed bearing in the bread pan is jammed or broken. Try filling it up with warm water and soaking it for a while. If it doesn't budge after a few tries then the bearing is broken and a new bread pan is needed. If on the other hand it does move, keep the pan out and start a kneading cycle. Look through the lid window and check to see if the motor shaft is turning. If not then the belt inside the machine is snapped, or fell off, or the motor is broken. Good Luck...Hank

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Hi,
If the machine is brand new, then take it back for an exchange. If that's not possible, then call West Bend for a replacement. If that's not possible then let's try to solve this problem in a few steps. 1) Take pan out of machine and see if you can spin the paddle on the shaft. If yes...next step..if no then bearing in bread pan is stuck. 2) Put bread pan in machine and lock in place. Start a kneading cycle. Look through plastic lid to see if paddle turns. If no step 3. 3) Take pan out of machine and start kneading cycle. If motor shaft does not turn, then the belt fell off the pulley in the machine or belt is broken, or the motor is bad
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Shaft won't turn.


Hi,
The bearing that lets your paddle turn freely has frozen up. The bearing is lubricated and sealed at the factory, but as time goes by it freezes up.

One person suggested to soak it overnight in soapy water (warm) and try turning it by hand. If you are lucky this may work, or if not, a new bread pan is necessary.

Hank

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