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Bread sticks to the pan

I just used this item for the first time and the bread stuck very badly so that I had to break it out and the bottom of the bread completely separated....this item was given to me by someone who used it only once before.

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  • Anonymous Jun 24, 2008

    I just got the breadman TR444 secondhand and had the exact same problem. Very disappointing, especially since I could tell the bread was so good. I had to eat it in chunks.

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Check the pan and see if it needs to be replaced. if it is scratched and worn the teflon coating isn't working properly

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