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Basket is not staying in place during the kneading process and the noise is unbelievable! Help!

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Hi,
Take the bread pan out of the machine. Start a kneading cycle and see if the noise is still there. If yes then motor spindle is bent, the motor is bad or the belts are pulleys need attention. If the noise you heard is not as bad, then it is the seal on the bread pan ( the seal and shaft that the paddle goes on).
Hank

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

  • jstantonm Jun 07, 2017

    See if the paddle shaft in the bottom of the pan is frozen. If it is, free it up manually. Then get it good and dry and oil it with cooking oil. After that, every time you bake, put the oil for the recipe in first and turn the paddle until it moves freely. Once the oil is in the bearing, it will keep the water out and the machine will move properly. I have gotten away with this fix for hundreds of loaves.

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