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Circular clip holding paddle axle in place

What do we call the small cir clip that holds paddle drive shaft in place? Its on the underside of the baking pan? This is the breadman ultimate

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I fixed this by using an "e-clip". You can get e-clips at any autoparts store, or online in assortment kits for cheap money. You have to remove the spring seal and washers inside the pan, you also have to remove the circlip on the bottom of the paddle shaft, you have to install the paddle from the inside once you have the right size e-clip installed.

It's a lot harder to explain than to do, once you get it apart you'll see how things go together. I have no clue what originally used to hold the shaft in, mine made sqealing noise, when I took it apart there was little left of the original part.

Posted on Aug 07, 2008

  • Hoodedcrow Nov 10, 2013

    Whatis a "spring seal"? How do you remove the washer? Mine came loose from the top E-Clip. So to put it back I need to reclip it from the top, slid it in, E-clip the bottom? Does the top E-clip go under the red washer? Do you grease the shaft?

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