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enkay

Breadman pro TR900S does not power on

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I bought a breadman pro 900s breadmaker from my neighbor's yard sale. She said it was a present that she had never used. Today I tried making bread and entered the settings successfully for a loaf of bread( it showed 3:32 mins for the particular loaf of bread) and pressed "start". More than 5 minutes later, when the timer still showed 3: 32 mins and I did not hear or see the machine do anything, I pressed stop. Nothing happened. So i unplugged it, and removed the pan and reinstalled the pan and pressed start again.

Now the machine does not power on. I tried unplugging and holding the start/stop buttons and other buttons to no avail. I could not see any re-start button.

What should I do?

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Hi

The kneading paddle was installed as per instructions. It was still a little loose and turning it around to tighten it, did not work.

Didn't understand the reason behind posting url to the manual.

Thanks

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[user=72551]enkay[/user] wrote:

.. Didn't understand the reason behind posting url to the manual...

for your reference, since you never mentioned you had it,

and for other user's reference when trying to help out

and the reference to the Kneading Paddle installation, since you didn't mention if it was in-place

or if you had one at all.

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