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Clips pan jumps around because clips don't hold it in place.

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  • janelleE Nov 15, 2008

    The clips on the bread pan have become loose. The rivets have separated and the pan doesn't get held in place. As a solution, I glued the clips back in place, but they really need to be soldered or, the pan needs to be replaced. Anyone know if I can buy a new pan that will fit???



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On mine I just bent the silver clips that are on the top sides.... i bent them up and out and it seems to hold my pan in place now. You do have to periodically rebend them if u use the machine alot...but that is just how I fixed mine.

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