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Breadman Ultimate Plus pan won't stay put.

Breadman Ultimate Plus pan keeps jumping up and causes paddle to stop. What is the best way to deal with keeping this in.

Instructions just say about bending out clips this doesn't seem to work very well

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  • chris_tann Apr 27, 2008

    I have the same problem as described. I think it is due to gunk accumulating underneath the pan (i tha actual bread machine itself), which is stopping the pan from locking down firmly. If I clean it out (using a screwdriver to scrape off the gunk), it works fine for a few months, and then starts "jumping" again.

    Right now it i running, with the lid open, and a spatula jammed in beside the pan to stop it jumping. Dough cycle only!

  • Dawgpaintbal Jan 22, 2009

    MIne just started doing it I contacted the mfg, and they said to look at the pan. It appears that the edges of the pan are bent downward, I bent them back up and it appears to be working better.

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2009

    pan jumps off the bottom socket and paddle stops turning. Can't be gunk or wear on the paddle as this is the first bread I make with this machine... I'll try bending the sides or maybe jamming a kitchen utensil across to keep it down.


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You may need a new paddle, because of wear and tear.
Here is a link ahere you may be able to purchase.

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