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The paddle on my panasonic breadmaker has stopped turning. Without the pan the mechanism revolves but once the pan is in place the paddle does not move.

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Hi,
If you take the pan out of the machine and can't turn the paddle freely by hand, then the sealed bearing is frozen. You can try putting warm water in the pan and soaking it. After a few tries if it does not free up then the sealed bearing is broken and bread pan needs to be replaced. Good Luck..Hank

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