Can't Remove Bread Maker Pan?

Not being able to remove the pan from a bread machine makes it essentially useless. One possible cause may be warping of the pan. A call to the manufacturer may prove useful.


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September 17, 2019

I recently purchased a second hand Kambrook bread maker from a friend. The bread pan is stuck inside the machine and cannot be removed, even with force. It looks to be in relatively good, clean condition. I am not sure how long since it has been used. Is this a common problem and what is the best way to remove it?


September 19, 20190 found this helpful
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Oh, and I'd probably try spraying WD40 around the bottom where it's stuck. WD40 can work wonders sometimes.

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September 23, 20190 found this helpful
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Did you try turning the pan? The pan on my bread machine locks into place with a simple turn; turning the opposite direction releases it so it will easily lift out.


Under the pan is typically a rubber ring stopping the dough from oozing out--the rubber ring will not allow the pan to get stuck on permanently.

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I have a Morphy Richards bread maker #48319. It was working fine until one day where I suddenly was unable to place the pan in the machine and turn it to lock it. I cannot see what it is that is preventing me from getting it to snap correctly into place and lock.

Update: I managed to get the pan to lock in place, but now I cannot get it out again.


I can twist it to unlock it though.


February 8, 20181 found this helpful
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This machine has a lot of consumer complaints just like yours. It seems the material used in the pan can't withstand the heat and it will warp. I'm not going to say this is 100% true or not, but this is what people are saying happens. I don't think you'll be able to remove this pan and use the machine again. It is unfortunate that this has happened. You can try to call the company and see if they have a recall on this model. If so, I'd file a recall claim and try and get a new machine. Otherwise, you'll need to buy a new one to use.

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