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Sunbeam bake house compact, baking component broken, can this be repaired

The mixing and kneading process works fine, but the machine stops when it gets to the baking part of the process, with only a flashing light on the menu option indicator light. Is this repairable, or throw away? Thanks Steve

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Which program are you choosing? Basic, whole wheat, french, dough etc. Knowing that may help me answer your question.

Posted on Jan 11, 2013

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SOURCE: My Sunbeam Breadmaker 5891 keeps

Throw it away and buy a new one...that's what I do when things are covered by the warranty anymore.

Posted on Feb 15, 2009

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SOURCE: How do I keep the kneading blade from staying in

You could try to take out the dough after the breadmaker is finished kneading the dough into a bowl. Then rub some butter or margarine on the paddle and inside the paddle. Return the dough back into the pan to continue the rise and bake cycle. This should keep the paddle from ripping a big chunk of your bread when you remove it.

Posted on Aug 16, 2010

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JUST UNPLUG THE MACHINE AND START OVER WITH YOUR PROGRAMMING AFTER YOU PLUG IT BACK IN

Posted on Oct 10, 2010

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SOURCE: My sunbeam breadmaker will not

If you are feeling handy unplug your machine, turn it on one side and remove the bottom panel with a phillips head screwdriver. You may find your drive belt has come off or broken. If that is the problem you may be able to find a replacement for it from Sunbeam, or I may have one that will fit it.

Posted on Aug 02, 2011

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SOURCE: Kneading blade comes off during breadmaking process

Yes, if the blade come off then your bread is not going to mix and knead properly. The blades on all makers are designed to slip on and off though so you can remove them for cleaning etc. Be sure you are pushing the paddle all the way on. If it still comes off when mixing that would be very odd as the weight of the dough ball itself helps keep paddles on. I have owned dozens of machines by different manufacturers and never had a paddle come off in process.

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