It is normal if the front panel of your Philips Pasta Maker moves when you are making pasta, but if it is extensive read our article below.
The liquid to flour ratio is incorrect
If the dough is too wet or too dry, the Pasta Maker needs a higher force to knead the dough which can cause the front panel to move.
In this case, discard the dough and re-start the pasta making. Ensure to follow the correct liquid to flour ratios as indicated in the User Manual. Use a kitchen scale to accurately measure the liquid and the flour.
Note: It is very important that the flour/liquid ratio is correct, so that the dough shows crumbly consistency.
The front panel knobs are not assembled correctly
Before making pasta, ensure to tighten both front panel knobs firmly by screwing them clockwise all the way to the stop.
Did these steps not solve the issue? Please contact us for further assistance.