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My machine counts down time, but the paddles don't rotate, they are free to do so as I took out the pan. when I restart the setting I get a Hor notification on the time area.

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That may mean that your machine is detecting that it is not at the right temp and some machines heat up for a few minutes before the paddles start to turn. Try pushing the start button for the Basic bread program and wait 5 or 10 minutes. The paddles should start to turn.....Let me know if this works thanks!

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