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We have a breadmaker of unknown model (can't find any # but IN13 on back), older probably - it seems to heat, cook but does not knead although the motor makes a noise...are we just inserting the pan wrong or is there some trick? no manual with the machine...

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Either the paddle is missing from the "D" shaft or the belt fell off.
there should be hidden screws under round 10mm plastic buttons around the top.

the buttons covering the screws need to be pried out to get to the screws.
unplug unit before servicing.

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