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Not sure what you are asking but to remove the paddle you need to perhaps give it a slight twist and pull upwards. It musts be cleaned regularly to ensure it moves freely to mix the dough. If you haven't cleaned it for a while perhaps a short soak in cold water will loosen it.

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