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The shaft that turns the paddle keeps coming loose and falls out the bottom of the bread pan.

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  • Anonymous Feb 02, 2008

    shaft that turns the paddle keeps falling out the bottom

  • Bread_Papa Mar 31, 2008

    the shaft drops from the pan. I found a groove on the shaft but not sure whether an O-ring or retaining ring should be there.

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There is a small clip on the bottom it speads to loosen it off the shaft if this is missing a clip can be obtained at a auto parts store and then you will be back in business.
Put the shaft out and clean and oil it with olive oil, peanut oil or wok oil.
Then put it back together.

Posted on Jul 24, 2008

  • gtrrhythm Aug 01, 2011

    I just replaced the broken clip with an E clip to hold the "butterfly" piece on the end of the drive shaft (the butterfly piece gets turned by the motor). So now that's held onto the end of the shaft. BUT, what makes the shaft stay up inside the bread basket? I slip the assembly up through the hole, but there's nothing to keep it there. There is a 2nd groove 1/2 way up the shaft. Is that supposed to have something on it too? Thanks.

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