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You may have a broken belt (not uncommon) Unplug your machine, remove the pand and paddle and turn the machine on its side. See if you can remove the metal panel on the bottom of the machine. Once you do that you will see if your belt is broken or has slipped off. It it is either of these you can reach me at breadmachineshelp.com I can then tell you how to get your belt back on or replace it.
No, Everything should be done automatically. It seems that the machine did not knead the dough. Two things may have caused this. 1) The paddle is frozen and wont turn. Take the pan out of the machine and see if you can rotate the paddle by hand. If yes...that's cool, if no then the sealed bearing that the paddle rotates on is jammed or broken. Try filling the pan with warm water and let it soak. If after a few times it's still frozen, then the bearing is broken and bread pan needs to be replaced. 2) Belt fell off or is snapped. Keep the pan out of the machine and go to a kneading cycle. Look through the window on the lid and see if the motor shaft is turning. If no... the belt fell off or snapped, or the motor is broken. Good luck..Hank
My bread pan is not too bad, but my kneading paddle is rather beat up, so I kept searching online and finally found a site ABTECPARTS.com that had the kneading paddles so I ordered two. Hopefully that will take care of my problem. It helped that I found out accidentally that the same paddle (part # 20274) fits three other Breadman machines (TR2200, TR220-C, & TR2200--97) so I just kept searching and about 2 a.m. I found this site. I hope this will help others looking for paddles.
This site has bands/belts for breadmakers. I am buying my new paddle for the tr900s breadman pro from there. Perhaps your belt is broken? I personally have never replaced one, but it should not be too hard. Make sure you unplug the breadmaker before opening it up at all.
Try running the breadmaker with no pan in it and see if the paddle shaft turns at all during the cycle. Also, the paddle will not turn at all in the first 30 minutes of certain cycles, like the whole wheat. This is stated on the time chart of the instruction manual for this model.