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Mixing paddle won't turn.

The mixing paddle won't turn on my breadmaker Model 5833. The spindle seems to be locked up.

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Hi,
The mixing paddle is supposed to turn by means of a lubricated bearing. This bearing is broken or stuck so the blade will not turn.

Try soaking it overnight in soapy water. If that does not work it's time for a replacement pan if you can find one.

Hank

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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