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My breadmaker is not turning properly.

When I place my breadmaker in, it doesn't seem to make good contact to the turnstile underneath. It makes a horrible racket as it sound likes the turning mechanicism is scrapping against the metal. I can't get it to go down and snap in place. Any advice?

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Try either turning the paddle slightly until it aligns with the "gear" under the bottom of the pan.
I've also pressed the start button, and when the mixing process began, managed to push the pan down until it's engaged properly.

Posted on Jul 15, 2008


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