The information below is based on the latest information we have available. There is no guarantee that this information will be accurate. Some companies have gone out of business others simply don’t make bread machines any more. In these cases try the parts suppliers listed.
Unfortunately like with many things these days the cost of replacement parts is often more than buying a new machine. So, even if you are able to find the parts you need keep this in mind. In general practice if your machine is more than a year or two old it is probably just best to replace it. The only two exceptions is the Zojirushi V-20 which is still being made and the Breadman Ultimate, TR-810 and a few other of the Breadman models. However, keep in mind the cost of replacement parts compared to buying a new machine.
For example replacement pans and paddles can cost $50 or for the set. You can buy a new bread machine for less than this. So unless the machine is something that costs much more than then $50 it isn’t worth buying the replacement parts. Also, keep in mind that in general if you need something other than the pan or paddles you are probably out of luck. Most if the interior parts of a bread machines aren’t user serviceable and so maybe impossible to get. If you are looking for replacement parts, here are some good places to start:
|Manufacturer’s American Harvest
Nesco/American Harvest Corp
4064 Peavey Rd.
Chaska, MN 55318Aroma Bread Chef
Aroma Mfg. Co
9245 Brown Dear Rd.
San Diego, CA 92121
Black & Decker
Bread Wizard (Decosonic)
Chef Mate – Models HB12W, HB215 and CM725 only!
Franklin Magic Chef
Magic Mill AutoBakery
Note: It has been reported to me that their may now to be a charge to contact Welbilt. I do not know and have not verified this. Just something to keep in mind.
Williams-Sonoma – Models WS-1094, WS-2094, WSR-0797, WSR-587 Only
Williams-Sonoma – Models WSR-0598 and 0401
Appliance Sales & Service
Culinary Parts Unlimited
Goodman’s Sales & Service
Garden State Repairs