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How do I dismantle a panasonic SD-255 to repair it
i have just stripped mine down to replace the centre spindle - and i can see how to get at the nut on the back of hte pan to remove the insulator.
remove the two screws for the mains bracket- then the four screws for the feet - the five at the top come next - just to be on the safe side remove the left hand screw from the lid and angle it backwards carefully and slide the lid off to the right - you now have a fight to get the front display off by raising the whole of the pan and top and rotating the electronics section to the front - at some point it will give and you will think you have broken it - but hopefully you haven't - you now have to remove the mains cable clamp or you won't be able to get the pan out - so with a screwdriver carefully lever the outer smaller side and then the other side - it will pop out of the bracket and you can feed the mains cable through the bracket - allowing you to remove the pan - you will see the nut on the outside of the pan to be able to remove the insulator
there will be images and a full run through on my site at https://filsphilosophies.stan-tech.com/
i went on to replace the spindle
and there is an article on replacing the paddle spindle - if your bread doesn't rise as it used to then this is the part to replace - and it will be like new again giving you bread risen to the top or over....
reassembly is the reverse of taking it apart
3/28/2020 8:27:12 PM •
on Mar 28, 2020
My Panasonic automatic bread maker does not operate at all. Plug is in, I have changed the fuse but nothing.
Have you checked the plug in for continuity? Does not usually happen, but it could. If you have a meter, check for current before the fuse. If you have current, then there is another kind of fuse in modern appliances. It is called a diode. If you can get the wiring diagram, look for the diode. It keeps current from flowing backwards when there is a spike in voltage. It is a kind of fuse but that is not its entire use in the circuit. It keeps the whole circuit from being slagged. It is worth checking or getting someone to check it for you. Let me know and we can go from there.
10/23/2018 4:16:44 AM •
on Oct 23, 2018
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