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Paddle drive shaft in bottom of pan has seized up. Is shaft and seal available or do I have to purchase a whole new pan? Thanks

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Hi, Unfortunately the sealed bearing and shaft can not be replaced. Hank

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Hi, I had all my ingredients in the pan and was bringing it to the machine to begin making bread. When I noticed the liquid was leaking out from the bottom. I had a mess everywhere. Come to find out the...

Hi, The leaking is from the sealed bearing that the paddle shaft rotates on. It wears out over time. It can not be repaired and you will need a new bread pan. Sorry Hank

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I have the Black and Decker All-In-One Deluxe Automatic Breadmaker B1600 Series and it's worked well for years. Today I put the ingredients for a loaf in the bread pan and when it started to mix the paddle...

There is a sealed bearing in the bottom of the bread pan. The paddle sits on the sealed bearing shaft. Over time the bearing begins to fail and the paddle does not turn freely or it may even freeze up. If you are sure everything is installed correctly this may be the problem. See if the paddle moves freely by hand and is not really loose. Sealed bearings can not be replaced. Eventually you will need a new bread pan. Sorry Hank

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Thank you for visiting Fixya. The tab you speak of is called the paddle. The paddle sits on a shaft that is pressed into a sealed bearing. This shaft is not supposed to move in the bearing. If the shaft moves the bearing will lose it's seal and lubricating fluid (oil) will leak out. The snap ring, bearing, and shaft are put together before they are installed into the pan. If you can't fit the ring back onto the shaft so the shaft doesn't move, then you should hunt around for a new bread pan. P.S. Putting soapy warm water in the pan and letting it sit for a while will free up the paddle so it lifts off the shaft. Also lubricating the shaft with a squirt of olive oil will help stop the paddle from sticking on the shaft. Good Luck...Hank

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The driveshaft falls out of the pan, even with paddle attached

The shaft is pressed into a bearing that is molded and stamped in the bottom of the pan. This bearing is sealed and allows the shaft and paddle to spin freely. The rest of the parts on the other end of the shaft interact with the motor on your machine. They do wear out and can not be repaired because the worn parts are not available individually.

Sorry to say there are no repairable parts, so it's time for a new bread pan. I don't know the brand of your machine so you can google or check ebay.


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