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Breadmaker not kneading

I, my breadmaker has not been used much, but is out of warrant and stoped working. The symptoms: When I press start, the paddles won't turn and a clicking sound is heard at intervals as if the heating element is coming on or off. Thanks to anyone who helps out.

Posted by Moritz Lehmann on

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  • Moritz Lehmann Jul 27, 2007

    Thanks for your suggestions, but the machine never starts kneading.

  • wysperdwytch Nov 27, 2007

    i don't have this model but an older one with the same problem..... it's a 41030 and i keep hearing clicks and the light that i guess is the power light is red not green and the paddle doesn't swish.....there is a little icon that says "rest" and i'm not sure if it's heating or not....... any help would be appreciated....... j.b.

  • eerags Mar 13, 2008

    hi, i have a different machine but basically the same problem. i know that it usually doesn't start kneading until it is preheated but after about 10-15 mins it starts making a kind of jammed sound but nothing is even trying to move. i have tried removing everything and the holder for the pan in lose but not moving.

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A lot of breadmakers function exactly as you describe functioning normaly. The heater comes on to warm the ingredients to about 110 degrees. This heating takes place for 10, 15, or 20 minutes before kneeding starts. [email protected]

Posted on Jul 27, 2007

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