Hello everybody! I caught fire with the purchase of a bread machine. I read a bunch of everything. It turned out that the main breakdown in HP is when, instead of the bearing, there is a Teflon bushing in the place where the bucket is inserted. The dough gets into it (naturally) and over time it breaks down. My husband and I found one video review in which a man praises the LG oven just for the fact that the bearing is worth it. But nowhere is this brand on sale now. Tell me which furnaces still have bearings?
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Tell me which furnaces still have bearings?
The bearing can be rolling and sliding, so for our purposes sliding is more suitable what is set in 99% HP. But the oil seals covering these bearings are different, most successfully in Panasonic.
Hurrah! I was not mistaken and bought Panasonic sd-zb 2512. Thank you for your help!

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