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Your drive belt has probably either broken or come off. Make sure your machine is unplugged and turn it on its side and take the bottom panel off. The belt is in there. If it has snapped or come off you'll need to replace it. I have a few belts that might fit. Hopefully your belt will have letter/number code on the smooth side. It will look something like this: STS 80 S3M 561 Email me that code to email@example.com. If I have it I could sell you the belt. There are several videos on you tube that show how to put a belt on a bread machine and you could install it yourself if I have the belt you need.
Try 'proofing' your yeast; I've gotten a couple of NON-stale dated envelopes that caused the same problem.
If they are baking through, there isn't likely anything wrong with the bread maker unless the rising temperature is no longer right.
During the rest time, feel inside the container to see if the dough is getting enough warmth to rise.
I have the HB B301. I bought it from someone who almost never used it (single guy), but I have no manual for it, and I have not yet figured out how to make it work, nor found a manual for it. How would I test mine to make sure the part you need is working? This machine is very large and would probably be expensive to ship, so I would like to test it before you invest anything in it.
If you have found the part you need, would you mind sharing a recipe and instructions for something in your manual - like basic white or wheat bread?