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Im need a paddle (stir) for a wolfgang puck programable- 2 blade- bread machine. It comes with two blades and mine only has one i have tried but can't use it with one .

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Try the wpcookware.com, find your machine model and they have the
blades for sale online. Call their support number [(800) 275-8273 Mon-Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm (EST)] if you can't find your blades. for my BBME025, the page is http://www.wpcookware.com/products.asp?cat=153 and two blades are 8.25

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