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Can I stir the batter before the baking cycle? I am following the recipe-sometimes it mixes well and other times it doesn't.

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Hi, If it is not mixing well it could be three things. 1) Make sure the bread pan is inserted in the machine correctly. 2) The paddle is sticking. 3) The belt is loose. Take the pan out and see if you can turn the paddle freely by hand. If yes ok. If no, the sealed bearing that the shaft goes through is failing. If everything is ok then check the belt that turns the motor shaft. Motor and belt is located in the base of the machine. Be sure to unplug machine before checking the tension of the belt. Hank

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