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Cannot remove the blade from the pan - Breadman TR520 Bread Maker

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I have a kenwood bread maker mine has done the same you can live with it or buy a new pan and kneeder blade from amazon (bread maker parts) about £25 i live with it as my last bread maker did the same, if it still works leave it. the heat from the bread maker has made it fuse together
i hoped this helped............

Posted on Jan 29, 2011

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