Question about Breadman TR875 Bread Maker
The pan of my new breadmaker is stuck in the machine and will not lift out.
Any tips or tricks?
I had the same problem. What I came to find out is that when I put the pan back for the recommended first burnout of the machince with an empty pan, was that I hadn't lined up the 2 tabs with the 2 slots on the bottom. It felt like it was welded to the bottom, but I ran through about 30 minutes of another Rapid cycle and was able to pull it out, although still with a lot of force.
Posted on Jan 23, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The breadmaker is too hot (over 100°F/40°C) to begin
preparing another loaf. Unplug the machine, remove the
bread pan with your ingredients, and wait until both the
breadmaker and the pan cools down - about 20 minutes - before
preparing a new loaf.
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