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The dough doesn't seem to be mixed properly. I can see the yeast particles, the dough is tough and not-elastic. Doesn't seem to have risen. When I put it in a warm place to rise, it seems to rise a little.

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Hi, It could be that the paddle is sticking or the belt is slipping. This would cause the ingredients not to be mixed properly. Take the empty pan and paddle out of the machine and see if you can spin it freely by hand. It shouldn't stick. If it does stick then the sealed bearing is frozen and a new bread pan is needed. If everytrhing is fine, then check the belts. Belts and motor are located in base of the machine. Unplug machine before working on the belts. Hank

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