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How do I replace the lower lid hinge on my Kenwood BM200 breadmaker?

I needed to make a repair to the lower hinge of my Kenwood BM200 breadmaker so the first thing that I did was to undo the two screws attaching it to the main body, CLATTER!!!!!!! There was a plate behind the body shell to which the hinge was screwed. The lid has come away beautifully but I now have a metal mounting plate rattling around inside the machine and I cannot work out how to get inside it to fix the problem. I suppose my question is really, how do I gain access to the inside of the machine?

I would really appreciate some help quickly on this one as my wife is just about to make me wear the breadmaker on my head!!!!!

Thanks in anticipation of your help.

Terry Bailey
September 2006
Hi, My name is Troy, I live in Ohio, U.S.A. and I own an eBay Store named “The Breadmaker Guru”. I carry kneading blades and owner’s manuals for just about every make and model of breadmaker ever made, even some replacement drive belts, pan seals and bread pans. I accept Major Credit and Debit cards, PayPal, Money Orders and Cashier’s Checks…even payments from Canada and beyond. If you’re interested, just go to the newest of eBay sites called “eBay Express”, created especially for those who would rather not sign up with Paypal. That website is: When you get there, simply go to the site search bar and type in your model number exactly as it is found on your machine. If you cannot locate your item from there, then contact me personally at I’ll be glad to assist you, most times within 24 hours. Thank you.

P.S. With each owner’s manual purchase, you receive over 1000 extra bread machine recipes, most of which are alphabetized, tips on how to create the perfect batch of bread every time no matter what recipe is used, an ingredient substitution chart, and the results of a laboratory study documenting the bread machine process, from start to finish. As you can see, you get a lot more than you might expect.

Troy, The Breadmaker Guru
April 2007


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