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Most bread machines are held in by 2 little spring clips...one on each side. They are under tension when the pan is in the oven and that is how it stays stable when kneading is taking place. So to get it out you have to release that tension and that is going take what I call the stern "pop". Grab the handle of the pan right in the center with both hands and put a little slack in it by lowering the handle down about an inch and then "pop" it straight up the little clips will release ther hold on your pan......magic!!
Most bread machines are held in by 2 little spring clips...one on each side. They are under tension when the pan is in the oven and that is how it stays stable when kneading is taking place. So to get it out you have to release that tension and that is going take what I call the little "pop". Grab the handle of the pan right in the center with both hands and put a little slack in it by lowering the handle down about an inch and then "pop" it straight up the little clips will release ther hold on your pan......magic!!
Your pan is held in by two spring clips, one on each side of the pan. They are under tension in order to hold the pan steady while the mixing occurs. Lift the lid all they way open and grab the metal handle on the bread pan with both hands. "pop" the pan by lifting straight up with a little ****. That will cause the clips to lose their grip and your machine will kind of "pop" out. When you are ready to bake bread you may have to "pop" it back into place. Remember that.
In fact go ahead and practice popping your pan in and out so you get confident with how the little spring clips work.....so you will be ready next time you are ready to bake bread in it....Best wishes!
Hi, those function as little spring clips to hold your pan in. There is no twisting of the pan with your new machine. Just pull straight up with a little "pop" (use both hands and just pop up on the handle) and your pan will pop out. When you bake your first loaf just push the pan straight down until the pan clicks back into place under the little clips and you are ready to bake!
I had a similar problem after using the same machine for several years. It worked well for years and then popped off the shaft whenever I had a rather stilll dough. To solve the problem I bent the clips on each side of the bread pan that hold the pan into the machine up and toward the center of the machine. I did not use any tools to do the bending. It solved the problem. The pan no longer jumps up out of the clips and off of the shaft.
May be that the coating on the pan is just wearing off. Had the same problem several years ago and it was just that the poor old machine was over used and the simplest solution was to buy a new pan. That machine went though 2 of them before it died its self.
I have the answer to the TR2500BC pan popping off the base!! My husband and I made a loaf for testing the jump off. Ah HAH! I set the pan in, ok. felt it was down all the way. When it started to knead the ball and stop to reverse...it popped off. We looked at the side hook on top. ok. It popped off again. It was when my husband made sure the two tabs on the under side of the pan was in the opposit direction of the two buds in the base. at that point you MUST set the pan down with force until you get that distinctive click, click. Rock the pan front to back a bit as you push down. It has worked every time since I started that process. I make two loafs of bread a week with no problem of it hopping off. ENJOY.