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Loud noise and not kneading

I haven't used the machine in a long time...so I can't remember how it should sound. When I started the basic cycle it was much louder and clankier than I thought it had been. Also, after about 3 minutes into cycle after the ingredients had mixed into a sticky ball it still sounded like it was running but the dough ball was just sitting there...it didn't appear to be kneading at all. I stopped the machine to, hopefully, keep from burning it out or something. Is this normal?

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  • vwsmith Jan 29, 2009

    I've been using my bread machine for a good while and have never had problems. I use the dough stage the most. However, it has started getting louder and the last 2 dough balls I made were STICKY--that has never happened to me and they're dough recipes I make all the time.

    I'm not sure if it's kneading or not, but is this the end of my machine?


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No, not normal. Your belt is probably gone.

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