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Bread pan pops out all the time!

No matter how many times I firmly press the the bread pan into the bread maker, it keeps popping out. How do I rememdy this problem?

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I pulled up the hinges on the inside on the machine to tighten their hold on the pan. I have had to do it a number of times over the last couple of years.

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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!!

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