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I just purchased this 2 days ago and started to use it. I noticed the bread pan would wobble and was noisy during the kneading cycle. On the second use the paddle came off during the kneading cycle. Being a service technician all my life, I started to analyze the problem. I was previously surprised how loose the bread pan fitted into the bread maker and suspected there should be something to support the pan and hold it in place. I could not see anything obvious, but after looking carefully I noticed spring clips on the bottom of the bread pan, and also mating spring clips in the bottom of the bread maker. If I pushed the bread pan down fairly hard into the bread maker the bread pan would snap firmly in place. This stopped the wobbling during the kneading cycle and the paddle coming off. I could not find anywhere in the manual where it explained the bread pan must be pushed firmly down into place until it snaps in. The manufacturer should explain this to their customers on their website.
The next time you make your bread use the same recipe but use 2 table spoons less liquid. Having the paddle come off in the bread is not abnormal. If the bread sticks to the pan again let me know email@example.com Sometimes my paddles stay in the loaves sometimes they do not.
Hi, There is a sealed bearing at the bottom of the pan. This allows the paddle to rotate. The bearing has failed and is falling apart. This usually happens with age or use. Time for a new bread pan. If you are lucky you can find one on ebay. Sorry for the bad news....Hank
I had that problem once, I made the mistake of putting in honey in the bottom of the pan BEFORE I put in the grain. It got into the paddle area and got hard and the paddle was stuck. I poured boiling water into that area several times, and it melted the honey and solved the problem. Not saying this is your problem, but it could be.
I lost the kneading paddle - called the customer service number and they told there are none available and they are no longer making them. Guess I just throw the whole unit in the garbage since it is worthless without a kneading paddle!!