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How can I get a replacement paddle?
I think most paddles on eBay and available to purchase seem to have the same connection with a flat part one side and round on the other...If it was me, I would buy one that seems the same length and see if it fits.
Does anyone know how to get a replacement paddle? I've ordered generic replacements on EBAY, but they don't fit.
Our trusty machine had been working well but today when we plugged it in, it keeps tripping the electricity off. Any suggestions?
@WennyA- you say this bread maker is useless because it does not have a button to make your bread gluten free? Doesn't it actually depend on the ingredients you put in there decipher whether it's gluten free or not?
Dont know a lot about gluten free cooking as it was not long ago that I was put on a restricted food program.
Apart from the ingredients there must be a particular way the bread is cooked.
I tried 3/4 different settings and the result was a disaster. Recipes were given to me by people who had made them in a machine with GF setting.
The last recipe I used with amounts of ingredients to suit breadmaker, overflowed and filled fown into the sides of the machine, this was on the setting I thought would be closest to GF.
Apart from that the machine isnt much good, tried to make a fruit loaf for my daughter and the fruit container although it was clipped in fell out into the dough, no matter how many times I clipped int in fell into the mixture. Fortunately I kept a check on each stage.
Frankly the bread maker is a dead loss. If I hadn't been in and out of hospital and too sick to do anything would have sent it bsck for a refund well before this
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