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Paddle keeps stopping

When cooking the paddle keeps stopping

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If this is a older model , then the internal cone that fits into the paddle is broken or not fitted correctly, or remove paddle to check that motor is still turning, if either of this is at fault its difficult to get spares E Bay best bet, also not easy to take apart,

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