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I have a Black & Decker B6000C All-In-One Bread Machine and the paddles fall off during kneading. Why?

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Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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SOURCE: i need to replace bread maker paddle

Your model number for the all in one pro should be a B1650 (single paddle model)

If that is correct then this is one source for the paddle:

http://www.abtecparts.com/commerce/search/products/?product_id=01XBD42959200&merchant_id=1933

An informationl note about Black and Decker products is that there are replacement parts for anything they make as long as they have no discontinued the model number. Once the model number is discontinued they have aftermarket replacement parts for 5 years only.
(your replacement paddle is starting to show up as no longer available)

The orignal paddle part number is: 429592-00

Here is a 2nd source for the paddle:
(96 in stock)

http://www.radioequip.com/servlet/the-Home-Appliances-cln-Black-and-Decker-cln-Bread-Makers/Categories
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Posted on Apr 23, 2010

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Hi, You can definitely make white bread in your machine. Just google for bread machine recipes and I'm sure you will find something. I actually went to a second hand book store and found a cool recipe book. I use this one more than the recipe book that came with my machine. Hank

Posted on May 25, 2010

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maybe a striped gear in the bread maker or the drive pin on the paddel shaft,,
worst this i can think of is,,,,its putting you on a diet "shoot the thing?"

Posted on Nov 28, 2010

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On your next recipe of the same type use 1 tablespoon less liquid.

Posted on Feb 23, 2011

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