Panasonic Mounting Shaft Unit

Stock Number: ES147030

Manufactured by Panasonic

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Description

If the mounting shaft for your kneader blade has become damaged, it may be time to replace it with this spare from Panasonic. This spare just might pay for itself in freshly baked bread.

Genuine Panasonic spare part for select 'SD2' bread machines - please check the list of compatible appliances prior to purchase.

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (48 customers)
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  • Fixed our faithful SD253

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    By - Shrewsbury

    Bottom driveshaft bearing of our 10-year-old SD253's dough bin became very stiff and wouldn't free off. This replacement from eSpares came quickly, took about a minute to fit and has restored normal functioning, so we now have decent bread back again. A bit pricey but a lot less than a new breadmaker...
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    By - ORKNEY

    Thought I was looking at a new bread mixer. Couldn't believe my luck when i came across espares. Didn't think this sort of company existed.
  • Perfect!

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    By - N. Ayrshire

    My original part wore out after 5 years of almost daily use. The replacement was fitted and up and running three minutes after I unwrapped it. Packaging was good and delivery right on the nail! Baking again!

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  • Q Will this fix oil leakage to the bread Pan? 3 Answers

    Hello I am facing the serious issue of having black oil leaking to my dough. I am assuming that it comes from the rotation of the axon.. Is my assumption correct and will this sort my issue? Thanks for your assistance !!! All the best Emmanouil V.

    By emvogia - Greece, Volos - 12 November 2014

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      We are not experts on this product but would not have thought any oil from the shaft could reach the dough without passing from the paddle shaft. The information we have available is very limited and we may be wrong so please check that you are satisfied to the cause before ordering any parts.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 13 November 2014

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      So you mean that it is more likely to have the issue sorted by replacing the bread pan but we won't be able to tell for sure, if we don't replace the mounting shaft unit. But how come that the bread pan is responsible? oil should be leaking from the bread pan's whole where the shaft unit is screwed and attached to. So it probably comes in from a gap that got generated throughout the years after many bakings..

      By emvogia - Greece, Volos - 13 November 2014

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      I would be more likely to suspect the bread pan itself first but you may not be able to prove prior to replacement.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 13 November 2014

  • Q how do I get the mounting shaft out. 1 Answer

    How do I get the mounting shaft out of the breadmaker. I am presuming that it should release it from the inside of the machine but all screws are firmly embedded in. I am desperate to get it repaired as I cannot exist without my 7 year old Panasonic breadmaker !!!

    By Patricia Cansdale - Essex - 21 January 2016

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      For information on your repair see a similar video: How to replace the belt on a breadmaker: http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/12/1432

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 22 January 2016