Sunbeam 5891 Bread Maker - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


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Sunbeam 5891... | Answered on Oct 29, 2017 | 2,016 views


If the motor is working and the paddle doesn't move, take the pan out and see if the drive shaft is turning. If not then it's probably a broken belt. If it is then check for a seized shaft in the pan.

Sunbeam 5891... | Answered on Jun 07, 2017 | 1,457 views


The machine may be failing even though new.

Sunbeam 5891... | Answered on May 18, 2017 | 177 views


The upper and lower shell snap together. I removed screws from the bottom and could not separate the shell. I them unscrewed the metal shroud from the inside and removed it. It is a tight fit. You will see the snaps inside. I pushed on a couple of the snaps and the shell came apart. I am sure you will be able to address your issue from there. I am trying to find out why the heating element won't work on my machine.

Sunbeam 5891... | Answered on Dec 17, 2017 | 2,719 views


http://kitchen.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/sunbeam/5891_1_2.html

Sunbeam 5891... | Answered on Dec 25, 2015 | 729 views


Hang in there Jerry. We are in the process of taking mine apart today and we now have it completely open to replace the drive belt. I'll be back soon to post details and pictures.

Sunbeam 5891... | Answered on Dec 21, 2015 | 789 views


No. Fixya is a community of people trying to help people. You can ask questions or help provide answers. No charge. Just nice people trying to help. Sometimes your questions are answered quickly and at other times, a little more research have to be done in order to give the most helpful or correct answer. I hope this answer helps because it's true.

Sunbeam 5891... | Answered on Mar 22, 2015 | 217 views


try if you don't have user manual and it's troubleshooting:
http://kitchen.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/sunbeam/5891_1_2.html

Sunbeam 5891... | Answered on Mar 04, 2015 | 252 views


Check Auto parts stores near you, Gates #537-3M-09 Belt is the one I used. loosen motor screws for enough movement to get it on the then tight screws with belt snug to finish.

Sunbeam 5891... | Answered on Dec 29, 2014 | 269 views


If you baked bread in it and cannot get the paddle free, put enough water in the pan to cover the paddle and let it set for 5 or 10 min to soak the bread crust that formed between the shaft and the paddle. Then take a hold of the shaft on bottom of pan with hand or pliers to hold it still and try to work the paddle clockwise with other hand until it becomes unwedged from shaft. Sometimes it gets wedged on shaft pretty tight due to the beating against dough ball and cooked bread holds it tightly wedged.

Sunbeam 5891... | Answered on Dec 29, 2014 | 488 views


Thih site does have Some Sunbeam replacement parts:

http://www.abtecparts.com/oster_sunbeam_breadmakers.htm

You might try contacting them and making a Parts Inquiry:

http://www.abtecparts.com/parts_enquiry.htm

Alternatively contact the nearest Sunbeam Service Center:

http://www.sunbeam.com/ServiceLocator.aspx?section=kitchen

Sunbeam 5891... | Answered on Nov 26, 2014 | 583 views


here is a video on how to do it

Sunbeam 5891... | Answered on Sep 28, 2014 | 356 views


As I remember I had to take out the steel inside housing to get to the belt which is next to the motor.

Sunbeam 5891... | Answered on Jul 07, 2014 | 230 views


Hi
As long as the drive mechanism beneath the pan is still stiff to turn and fels like it engages the motor you should be fine. See pic. The centre 4 spike drive unit is what is important. Normally the toothed drive belt will fail. If this is still good then replace the pan.3f754847-72d6-45ec-a55c-8ca7f7deffab.jpg

Sunbeam 5891... | Answered on May 29, 2014 | 192 views


Your drive
belt has probably either broken or come off. Make sure your machine is
unplugged and turn it on its side and take the bottom panel off. The belt is in
there. If it has snapped or come off you'll need to replace it. I have a few
belts that might fit. Hopefully your
belt will have letter/number code on the smooth side. It will look something like this: STS 80 S3M 561 Email me that code to daryl441@msn.com. If I have it I could sell you the belt. There are several videos
on you tube that show how to put a belt on a bread machine and you could
install it yourself if I have the belt you need.
As a thank you for my help
please goto Amazon and type my full name in
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Sunbeam 5891... | Answered on Oct 29, 2013 | 72 views


I probably have your belt size in stock. email me the part code off of the side of your old belt the part code will look something like this: 80 S3M766 or 60 S3M 201
email me that code, my email is daryl441@msn.com also here is the fun part:
As a thank you for my help
please go to Amazon and type my full name in the Amazon search bar, which
is, Daryl Wayland Nash If you enjoy reading good fiction,
mystery, suspense, horror I think you will enjoy my new novella "Lived"
It will scare your socksoff! If you enjoy the read please writea review of it on Amazon and share your thoughts about the book with thousands of other readers! Doesn't that sound
like fun! Happy Baking too! Daryl

Sunbeam 5891... | Answered on Jan 31, 2018 | 92 views


My method should be used only on the thick
cast aluminum pans not the thinner light weight pans because they can bend.
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What
you need to do is get a strong shoelace or piece of string about 3 ft. long, 2
hot pads placed on the edges of the pan to protect your fingers,& 2 empty
milk jugs filled with water. Tie one end of the string around the post
the paddle sits on in the little space between the bottom of the paddle and the
pan and knot it. Loop the other end of
the string through the handles of the jugs short enough so that when you turn
the pan upside down the jugs hang about a foot off the ground. Bend your
knees a little so you in a position kind of like a short stop in
baseball. Then lift and drop the pan about 4 to 6 inches so the jugs kind
of POP the string. You can hear the seal of the baked on gunk breaking it
seal on the first pop and then the paddle comes flying free with the second
pop....If it hasn't popped off by the 4th or 5th pop you
will have to try other methods. Email
me if that is the case. I have
posted a video on you tube of how to do it just type in "how to remove a stuck
bread machine paddle" in the youtube search bar.



Glad to be
of help!

Sunbeam 5891... | Answered on Oct 12, 2013 | 80 views


It should just pull off. have you tried to remove the paddle and it doesn't come off?

Sunbeam 5891... | Answered on Sep 29, 2013 | 48 views

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