Ive dissassembled a Toasmaster bread machine (Model 1148x) that is no longer in prod
I've dissassembled a Toasmaster bread machine (Model 1148x) that is no longer in production. Its toothed belt is stripped and the sprocket on the motor shaft is worn smooth (unless it is not supposed to be a sprocket, in which case it might be OK). I have searched the web without success for replacements, but no luck so far. Is there a trove of parts that some expert here might know about? Or can the belt and sprocket be cross-referenced to a mchine for which parts might be available? Thanks
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Hello, Thank You for your accessability, and knowledge RE
Hello,Thank You for your accessability, and knowledge RE: Welbilt Bread Machines.About a year ago I purchased a used Modle # XXXXX Bread Machine. I use it all the time, about 4-5 times a week. My problem is this; because of the constant usage, I have successfully wore out the inner coating of the Bread pan, which now has none. Of coarsrse this makes removing the final product, very difficuct, and almost impossible, without causing serious damage to every loaf of bread I make.Question, is there some type of product that I can resurface the inside of the loaf pan with, or shoud I not bother, and just buy a replacement Bread pan, with dough blade too?If the later, where do I order such a part? and can I do this online with a credit card?Desperate to make another " undamaged loaf of bread " ThanksXXXXX XXXXXfmann, Hayward, Ca (Close to were the Raiders Play football)e-mail address; [email protected]
I have a Panasonic Bread machine model number SD200. I got
I have a Panasonic Bread machine model number SD200. I got it in 1995 from Krauss Dept. Store in New Orleans. I have used it happily and successfully for all these years. All of a sudden, the bread is not rising! The unit is still heating and baking the bread. The bread is not light and airy as it usually is.I miss my machine. Can you tell me what is wrong and can it be fixed?
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I have a new SD-YD250 bread machine. After only 3 loafs, the
I have a new SD-YD250 bread machine. After only 3 loafs, the ceramic bobin that hold the heading element broke. As the part was only $0.95 (before S&H), I though I would replace the part myself without going through the hassle of getting warranty service. However, when I received that part I found that I can not replace the bobin without moving the heating element which would require getting inside the unit. I don't want to void the warrenty. So, I have 2 questions. First, I live in Virginia and your website says the closest service center is in New Jersey. Is there a closer service center. Second, would it be foolish to open up the unit and try to complete the fix myself. Except for the warranty, I would not mind giving it a try.