Question about Regal Ware K6725 Kitchen Pro Bread Maker
I need to replace the belt on my bread machine--Regal Ware Kitchen Pro Breadmaker Model K6725. I have the belt, but need to know the correct placement of the belt on the motor rotor part. The rotor has a smooth part and a threaded section. Which one do I place the belt on. The other end that turns the blade is obvious. Anyone have a picture or written instructions?
When I took apart my K6773 to replace the dented outer box with one I
have that doesn't work I noticed that the belt had ridges that matched
the ridges (threads?) on the motor shaft. Maybe your bread
machine has the same set up. If so fit the belt so the ridges on
the belt and shaft fit together. Test by seeing if the belt will
turn the crank for the bread pan.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
Where did you get the replacement belt ? My brother is looking for a belt for a similar model K6761 which uses the same belt (I think). It is about 24" around and 1/4" wide. It has (3) grooves inside and the backside has many notches. The motor has grooves, it would go on there. Where did you get the replacement belt ? thanks [email protected]
Posted on Feb 10, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: belt replacement bread maker
Hi, guys! I had posted this problem a long time ago and tried to find a belt replacement but couldn't. One fellow online said he had used an o-ring and it worked, so I recently bought one and....BEHOLD! It works! And it cost me all of $1.49 at my local mom-and-pop hardware store. I got the biggest one I could find--it's probably about 8-9 inches in circumference. It didn't look like it could possibly work, but it stretches tremendously and you are able to fit it around the gear wheels in the bottom of the machine just fine. I've only used it once so far, and that was to make a soft pizza dough, so I don't know if it will have the power to knead a thicker, drier bread dough, but it definitely turns the kneading blade just fine. If you decide to try this, you'll need to find a small hardware store where they sell things like this by the part, rather than one of the mega-stores where you have to buy a gross of everything. I wish all the homemade bread lovers who hate to throw out a perfectly good appliance the best of luck with this solution!
--Molly from Little Rock
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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