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The dough made by my B2000 Break Maker has black contaminations coming from the paddle shaft. The shaft is quite loose and can be pushed up and down easily. Any help or advice on how to deal with this will be appreciated. Mark

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Hi,
That contamination seems to be oil from the lubricated bearing at the bottom of the bread pan. This bearing is factory sealed, but the seal and the bearing is broken or worn causing the shaft to move freely.

Unfortunately there is no fix and the pan must be replaced.

Hank



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