Try using a bit more of the spray (heavier coating) and then dusting the pan with flour. This may help. You may be able to order a replacement pan from the manufacturer. Avoid the dishwasher, and also avoid scrubing or scratching the new pan. The dishwasher chemicals will eventually decompose the non-stick coating which is nothing more than a very thin layer of a high temperature plastic like film. High heat, excessive scrubbing or other abrasion, and heavy vhemicals like dish washer soap will eventually wear it away.
> Is there anything in additional to vegetable spray (Pam-like
> substance) I can spray on my breadmaker pan which appears to
> have lost its non-stick surface? I can't make a loaf of bread
> that doesn't stick to the pan! It is almost impossible to get
> out and then comes out in pieces or hunks/chunks rather than a
> loaf. I use a vegetable spray but that seems to help very