Question about Sunbeam 5890 ExpressBake Bread Maker
Hi, The "axle" shaft fits into a sealed bearing that allows the shaft to turn smoothly. This sealed bearing is filled with a lubricant to "oil" the bearing. Over time the bearing stiffens up and the lube leaks out or gels up. Keep an eye out for any lube leaking out. Fill the pan with warm water to see if it loosens up. Do this a few times. When the bearing does fail you will need a new bread pan. Hank
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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