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Every time I make a loaf of bread with my Breadman BK1060BC it comes out with some kind of black stuff on it that looks like oil or something and I don't see nothing wrong with the pan

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Common issue with certain make and models spanning the last 25 years. It's nothing more than non-toxic food-safe shaft-to-seal lubricant leeching out into your finished loaf. Nothing wrong per say, and there's really no fix.

Hope this helps!

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  • Doug Eddy Dec 10, 2015

    I did not have this problem in the early days of my bread machine. Can the seal be replaced?

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