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The pan keeps popping up out of the clips when the machine starts mixing.

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    Nicholas Lemarr Mar 22, 2011

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reach in with your fingers and bend the two little clips out a little until they grip your pan snugly. Start with 1/4 " and try that. If it doesn't feel snug go another 1/4 inch.... and so on....

Posted on Mar 22, 2011

  • stephaniejt Mar 22, 2011

    Thanks, I'll try it.

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