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The turning mechanism on the bottom of the bread pan is frozen and will not turn.

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Hi,
The bearing that turns the blade is frozen. Try soaking it in hot soapy water for a while. Then try to move it by hand. Try this a few times. If no luck, then you need a new bread pan

Hank

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