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SOURCE: Kneading Blade chattering
I had the same problems with another manufactures model. I found that the bread pan needs to slot in the machine only one way. The pan will fit in the machine with the handle both vertical and parallel to the front. However to stop the clacking noise I found that one way in the machine..it makes noise, the other way it doesn't. You'll have to try. If it makes noise, open the lid and turn the bread pan 45 degrees in either direction and secure it back in the breadmaker then close the lid. I hope this helps. If it does, remember how the pan is in the machine for next time to avoid the noise.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
hello i will help u.there is an additive you can add to the differential to stop this problem.you can find it by going to a good auto parts store.But otherwise your noise is common.and not a major problem.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
If you are hearing a bad grinding noise then Stop riding the bike NOW. If you continue to ride, or run the engine, you will only do more internal damage and make the repair cost higher. Chances are you have a bent shift fork and the noise is the engaging dogs on the slider gear grinding the side of a fixed gear because the bent fork is preventing full engagement.
The entire engine comes out of the frame and gets completely torn down. The top end comes off, the case covers come off, the clutch, shift shaft, kick starter, flywheel and electrics all come off. Then the case is split to gain access to the gears and shift drum. The gears and shift drum now get removed and now the fork can be replaced. If a gear needs to be replaced because of a broken teeth, replace also any gear the teeth mesh with. A few special tools are needed. Sorry for having to give you the bad news.
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Posted on Jun 14, 2009
quality is definately an issue. there is no reason for them to be worn out or making noise. upgrade your pads from the dealer and have your rotors turned.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
Verify that your trans fluid is at the correct level. When if at all was the trans last serviced?
If fluid is low, try bringing it up to proper level with Valvoline ATF+4 fluid. You need to used either fluid from a dealer, or the valvoline brand which is approved by Dodge.
Posted on May 19, 2010
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