Kerry Ogata wrote:
>From: Kerry Ogata <email@example.com>
>Date: Mon, 19 Feb 1996 13:20:21 -0500
>Subject: DAK Bread Machine Paddles
>A friend of mine asked me to post this. She has a DAK bread machine and has
>lost the paddle. She thinks that DAK is out of business, and doesn't know
>where to get a replacement paddle. Can anyone here help? (Sorry, but I
>don't know the model #). I thought I remembered hearing that someone bought
>out DAK's bread machine line, but I'm not sure. :)
DAK Industries has gone out of business, but the bread making products were
bought out, and are now offered by a company called...
DAK Gourmet Products
19749 Bahama St.
Northridge, CA 91324
They have a nice catalog, and have parts for all the old DAK bread machines.
They even build a new model much like the old ones. I called them, and they
are sending me one of their catalogs.
I know that Wellbuilt also has made a model very similar to the DAK, and
that the pan and paddle works fine. I don't remember the model # right now,
but can pass it on when I find it.(One of my relatives has one)
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