Panasonic Bread Maker Spare Parts

If you’ve managed to lose the kneeding blade or paddle from your breadmaker, it’s pretty much useless. I once managed to forget to put the kneeder in the breadmaker and the result was a nasty floury sticky mess and a bit of washing up. The coatings on the older model pans and kneeders, for example from the SD-253, were pretty good, but the teflon coated parts are even better.

So what to do if you need to buy a new kneeding blade or pan for your panasonic breadmaker? Well, being one of the most well established and reliable bread makers out there, parts are relatively easy to come by. Check out the spare parts below from Amazon:

Standard Paddles

If you need a new paddle, try these – the teflon ones tend to be better, but are marginally more expensive.

Rye Bread (Fork) Paddles

Need a new Rye Bread kneeder for your Panasonic Bread Maker? – these should do the trick!

Full Spares Kit

Replace the kneeder, measuring cup and spoon all at the same time with this useful kit.

Replacement Bread Pan

Need a new bread pan? It might be worth replacing the entire machine, as this part is very expensive. But ultimately that choice is up to you.

Mounting Shaft Kit

If you’ve really whacked the breadpan or got water in the mounting shaft, you can use this kit to replace it. However, if your bread maker is getting on a bit you might want to consider buying a new Panasonic Bread Maker, like the Panasonic SD-2501WXC Breadmaker instead.

3 comments for “Panasonic Bread Maker Spare Parts

  1. ray smith
    May 3, 2012 at 12:27 pm

    I have an SD206 breadmaker. How do I make rye bread with it.

  2. Jackie Andrew
    January 14, 2013 at 2:12 pm

    I have an SD2501/SD-2500. Would addle kneeder SD252 etc fit my Panasonic Breadmaker

    Thank you

    • br
      January 24, 2013 at 9:36 pm

      Hi Jackie,

      I’m pretty sure they’re identical. The only difference I noticed was that the coatings on the Sd2501 seem to be a bit better.

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