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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Jeff, Nov 13, 2004.

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  1. Jeff

    Jeff Guest

    Hi,
    I have a Black Decker bread machine B2005 2 lb. It developed a problem
    that the motor cannot turn the dough even though without load it can
    turn regularly. I.e. it doesn't have enough force to turn when there
    is dough. Because the guarantee time is just over, I open it up. No
    obvious burn parts. Is it possible the 10uF/250V capacitor cascade
    with motor wrong?

    Anyone can shed some lights on it? Thanks
     
  2. NSM

    NSM Guest

    | Hi,
    | I have a Black Decker bread machine B2005 2 lb. It developed a problem
    | that the motor cannot turn the dough even though without load it can
    | turn regularly. I.e. it doesn't have enough force to turn when there
    | is dough. Because the guarantee time is just over, I open it up. No
    | obvious burn parts. Is it possible the 10uF/250V capacitor cascade
    | with motor wrong?

    It's possible. The motor is probably a capacitor run motor. Can you test or
    replace it?

    N
     
  3. Perhaps I'm stating the obvious but have you checked the paddle bearing for
    freedom of movement, pretty common fault for breadmakers.
     
  4. WbSearch

    WbSearch Guest

    Just repaired one for a neighbor. Thermal fuse under the motor winding "tape"
    was open.

    Ron
     
  5. Jeff

    Jeff Guest

    Perhaps I'm stating the obvious but have you checked the paddle bearing for
    Can you explain it in more detail?
    Under the paddle, connected to the motor with a belt, I have found one
    nut with one flower washer up loose when I checked inside. I suspected
    the problem is caused by the loose nut resulting in not enough force.
    Then I tighted the nut, but no avail.
    Before I tighted the nut, the paddle could be turning in the bread
    container. I don't know whether it could be turned or not.

    Thanks for your replies.
     
  6. NSM

    NSM Guest

    | > Perhaps I'm stating the obvious but have you checked the paddle bearing
    for
    | > freedom of movement, pretty common fault for breadmakers.
    |
    | Can you explain it in more detail?

    If you dishwasher the bread container you'll often make it hard to turn.
    Wash with a damp cloth at most.

    N
     
  7. Jeff

    Jeff Guest

    Sorry, never wash it with a dishwasher. At you said, I washed it with
    a damp cloth at most.

    Thanks.
     
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