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The pin (on the bottom of the pan) that holds the paddle of my cuisinart bread machine keeps falling out. i also hear a 'cloink' sound during kneading. did I loose a part? thanks

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The e-clip retainer which is located under the red seal surrounding the pan shaft has rusted and rotted away. The Fix: At the least you'll need to purchase a new pan shaft seal. Hope you're handy with tools and have some spare time to perform the repair. If not, you'll want to purchase an entire bread pan assembly, which already has the seal and e-clip installed. http://breadmakerspares.com/item/pan-shaft-seals/cbk200-cuisinart-cbk-200-bread/lid=31377500 for the seal and http://breadmakerspares.com/item/bread-pans/cbk200-cuisinart-cbk-200-bread/lid=31384462 for the pan.

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Sorry to say there are no repairable parts, so it's time for a new bread pan. I don't know the brand of your machine so you can google or check ebay.

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