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The bread pan will not stay locked down. My husband toke it out and set it in again and it will start up again and 2-3 rounds of pladel and it pops out again. When will we go back to selling American made products?????? The man I talked to was named Stan ,ID# 1192 was rude , I guess he was having a dad day, He ask what thwe problem was and and said a new pan will be shiped out in 7-10 days. I"m upset with how he handel the problem. Did I say he was short and rude!!!!!!

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With a strong pair of needle nosed pliers bend the tabs upwards on the side of the pan, not the spring clips attached to the pan cavity, to a full 90 degree position relative to the pan. After doing this I have made 10-12 loaves with no problems.

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

After contacting Breadman and following their instructions of repositioning the spring clips on the sides of the pan cavity, to no avail, I came up with a solution at least for me. With a strong pair of needle nose pliers I bent the tabs upwards on the pan itself to a full 90 degree position relative to the pan. I have made 10-12 loaves since with no problems.

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