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How to remove the kneading blade of my Philips breadmaker

If the kneading blade is stuck inside the bread after baking, you can use the metal hook supplied with the appliance to remove it.

Note: Never slice the bread while the kneading blade is stuck in the bread, as slicing may damage the blade.

If the kneading blade is stuck in the bread pan after baking, fill the bread pan with water to a level above the kneading blade and let the bread pan soak for 30 minutes. Then remove the kneading blade from the shaft.

The information on this page applies to the following models: HD9045/30 .

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