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My hitachi bread maker won't mix. The turning mechanism at the bottom is stuck. I can hardly turn it with my hands. I want to take it out to clean it, but I can't access the screws easily and the rubber gasket doesn't seem come out.

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The mechanism at the bottom is so hard to turn ... can hardly turn it with my hard. It made loud clunking noise and didn't mix the bread. Can someone help me?
Thanks Lori

Posted on Mar 20, 2010

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