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Is the shaft that the paddle attaches to supposed to easily drop out of the bottom of the bread pan, or is there a gasket of some type that is supposed to hold it in?

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Hi,
It is not supposed to fall out. The sealed bearing is broken causing the shaft to slip out. You have to replace the pan.

Hank

Posted on Sep 14, 2009

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