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Help!!! Black dirt on paddle and metal insert on bottom of pan.

After every time i use the breadman, i get this black dirty film-like substance on the paddle and the metal spoke sticking out from the bottom of the pan and i have to literally scrub it off for hours on end. does anyone know where i can get a new pan from? i've called customer service and they can't help me, saying they don't make this model anymore. please help, as i make bread to help support the family. thanks!

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  • tavena Nov 12, 2008

    Stuff inside the bread pan paddle seal has gone bad. Probably from getting water in there. You can take it apart and try to clean up inside the seal but it will never be like new.
    Take off retaining clip from the underside then the whole seal can be worked out from the inside of the pan. It is like a big rubber plug. It will rip easily though.
    I can't find a replacement pan for sale anywhere.


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SOURCE: removing finished bread from pan

Before the baking cycle begins,remove the bread pan ,shake out the batter onto a piece of waxed paper,remove the paddle from the bread pan,place batter back into the pan,close lid.This way you only have a small hole in the finished loaf. I prefer the 1.5 pound rye bread,and set a kitchen timer for 2 hours 5 minutes-when the "shape" cycle finishes,we remove the paddle.
This is listed in my manual on page 76,item # 7;heading is METHOD.
Front of the manual lists the times for the cycles,just add them up.
(When you dump the batter back into the pan,try to pat down the rough edges,it looks better).

Posted on Oct 01, 2008

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SOURCE: TR875 paddle for breadman

I lost the kneading paddle - called the customer service number and they told there are none available and they are no longer making them.  Guess I just throw the whole unit in the garbage since it is worthless without a kneading paddle!!

Posted on Oct 06, 2008

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SOURCE: Breadman replacement paddle no longer available.

I had great success in finding what I wanted for my breadmaker at http://breadmakerpartsemporium.ioffer.com/. They have manuals and parts for most breadmakers at very reasonable prices.

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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SOURCE: worn out bread pan

I had great success in finding what I wanted for my breadmaker at http://breadmakerpartsemporium.ioffer.com/. They have manuals and parts for most breadmakers at very reasonable prices.

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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SOURCE: bread paddle for Breadman tr800

try http://breadmakerpartsemporium.ioffer.com/. They have manuals and parts for most breadmakers at very reasonable prices.

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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