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The shaft is not turning . The machine just clicks.

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If you have chosen whole wheat setting (and even on some machines just regular white bread) your machine may not start mixing immediately. They warm the ingredients first. Black and Decker machines are like that. If your machine hasn't started mixing within 1/2 after you pushed the start button then you have problem. Give it at least that half hour before assuming there is something wrong. The clicking sound you hear is the heating element gently warming to get the ingredients to the perfect temperature.

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