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I moved and lost the little beater at the bottome of the bread pan. I would like to get another if possible.

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I need a manual for my Breadmaker as I have lost the instructions


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Apr 22, 2009 - These previously owned bread machines seldom have their manualincluded. .... On my machine the White Bread or Basic Cycle takes 3 hours.

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wikiHowInside the bread machine, there is a bread pan or bucket. ... The bread bucket works as both the mixing bowl and the baking pan. In the center of the bread bucket will be a little bread paddle or kneading blade.

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My bread pan doesn't sit correctly so the paddle doesn't move around well, especially when it kneads faster


First pull the springy steel clips out so they bend some and stick out a little further this will hold your pan in better. Before putting your pan in make sure the little ears on the underneath side of the pan are lined of roughly opposite of the pan ears in the bottom of the oven that push the paddle around. If that doesn't make sense contact me.

Oct 01, 2011 | Cuisinart CBK-200 Bread Maker

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The bread pan is stuck in machine at the bottom. How can it be removed?


Most bread machines are held in by 2 little spring clips...one on each side.

They are under tension when the pan is in the oven and that is how it stays stable when kneading is taking place. So to get it out you have to release that tension and that is going take what I call the little "pop". Grab the handle of the pan right in the center with both hands and put a little slack in it by lowering the handle down about an inch and then "pop" it straight up the little clips will release ther hold on your pan......magic!!

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I have this machine for 4 years now and I was happy with The central shaft does not turn now and I lost all my stuff... It makes the noise like if it works, but nothing happen... and there is a...


Hi.. The "central shaft" could mean the motor shaft is not turning or the "central shaft" could be the paddle shaft in the bread pan is not turning. If it's the motor shaft then tighten or replace belt. Since you "lost all your stuff" it could be the sealed bearing in the bottom of the bread pan has broken. The paddle doesn't turn and is leaking. If this is the case the bread pan needs replacement. Hank

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Oster 5821 Bread Maker: Paddle froze up, does not move


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That shaft fits into a sealed bearing that is riveted to the bottom of the pan. When that seal freezes there is no way to free it up. The lubrication in the sealed bearing gets hard, especially if it's not used much..You may try putting hot water in the pan and soaking it but other than that the pan will need replacement. Sorry...Hank

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Bread stick in pan


I have the same problem too, I just use a plastic or silicone spatula, the kind that you use to scrape the cake mixture off the sides of the bowl, just use the thinnest one you can, I also try to loosen the bread loaf by moving the part that moves the blades, just move it a little, back and forth and try to shake your loaf out. I hope this works.

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Dough blade sticks in bread


Dunno - I've got the same problem. A few things do help: 1. Scrub the pan THOROUGHLY before baking new bread. Especially around the paddle, where little bits of baked dough can collect. 2. Put in a little more butter or oil or shortening than the recipe calls for. Just a scoche.  3. Put the bread up before going to sleep, and take out in the morning. That seems to allow enough time to elapse that the bread comes out without taking a chunk out of the bottom. I also tried putting the pan in wet from a washing, instead of waiting for it to dry. This morning's loaf came out fine & dandy. I don't think anything's going to stop us poor 3400 owners from having to bang the bread pan upside down on a cutting board in order to get the bread out of the pan. Sigh. 
Hope this all helped. Amy

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