Before loading the pan with ingredients, try turning the paddle by hand. If it's very stiff, perhaps soak in water for a while and see if that softens the hardened dough or flour around the base of the paddle. That could be preventing smooth turning.
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wikiHowInside the bread machine, there is a bread pan or bucket. ... The bread bucket works as both the mixing bowl and the baking pan. In the center of the bread bucket will be a little bread paddle or kneading blade.
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1 1/3 cups lukewarm water 2 tablespoons powdered milk 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 1 tablespoon sugar 2 tablespoons butter or margarine 3 3/4 cups white flour 1 teaspoon yeast
1. Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan. 2. Insert Baking Pan securely into unit; close lid. 3. Select BASIC setting and 2.0 lb. loaf setting. Choose LIGHT or DARK crust setting. 4. Push Start button. There will be a 15-minute preheat delay before mixing begins. 5. The Complete Signal will sound when bread is done. 6. Using pot holders, remove Baking Pan from the unit and carefully turn bread out of Baking Pan. (Mixing paddle may remain in bread. Remove paddle when load if cool.) 7. Allow to cool before slicing.
1. Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan. 2. Insert Baking Pan security into unit; close lid. 3. Select GRAIN setting and 1.5lb. loaf setting. 4. Push Start button. There will be a 25-minute preheat delay before mixing begins. 5. The Complete Signal will sound when bread is done. 6. Using pot holders, remove Baking Pan from the unit and carefully turn bread out of Baking Pan. (Mixing paddle may remain in bread. Remove paddle when load if cool.) 7. Allow to cool before slicing.
I had the same problem. I find the loaves to be a much better size if I just use program setting 8 - Dough then put the dough in 2 regular bread pans or on cookie sheets (bagetts), let them have a second rising and finish them in the convection oven at 350 F for 21 minutes.
You can't. To do so would interfere with the cycle and spoil the bread. The blade reverses at the end of the mixing cycle for it to drop flat so it does not stick so far into the bread. If it doesn't, try soaking the blade in warm water for a while and work the blade hinge back and fore to clean, Cleaning this hinge properly needs patience. As for the "ugly end" as my kids call it, we give it to the dog if no one wants it. I've had two previously, ans they were the same.
Unfortunately trying to stick the paddles in the pan just tends to leave half the loaf in the bottom with them.
The best method i have found is to cut the crust around the outside of the paddles, carefully avoiding the bit where the actual paddle blade is, then you insert a rod into the centre of the paddle and tilt it towards the blade. They normally come free pretty easily.
Another method you can use if you are around the machine when it is making bread, is to remove the paddles at the end of the mixing/kneading cycle, just before the baking cycle starts. Most machines have a small pause allowing you to do this - sometimes with a "beep" or screen message to tell you that you can do this. Sorry i couldn't find the exact info for your model, it will vary for different baking programs also.
If you check the cycle to determine at which stage it starts actually baking, then you can do this quite safely so long as you are careful of the machine heating up while you are removing the paddles - usually you would have around 20 minutes at least to remove the paddles before baking.
Hope this helps :)