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The bread machine will not knead m I have made sure it is connected right and even started over with a new batch, it makes the nosie like it is trying to work but will not knead.

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Hi, A few things may cause this problem. Make sure the bread pan is inserted correctly in the machine. If ok, then take the bread pan out of the machine and see if you can turn the paddle by hand. It should turn nice and smooth, If it sticks or does not move then the sealed bearing that the paddle spins on has failed. If that's okay then keep the pan out of the machine and start a kneading cycle. Look through the lid window and see if the motor shaft is turning smoothly. If no then the belt is loose, broken, or has fallen off the pulley.. Good luck Hank

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