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The plastic ? bowl of the processor is stuck

Thanks in advance for helping w/ this. The clear bowl piece of the food processor is stuck, the handle to the right of center. Seriously stuck. It looks like there is a spring mechanism in the handle that holds it in place.. but haven't been able to figure that out.

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  • Anonymous Dec 01, 2008

    I can put the bowl on but when I try to put the lid on it will not go on it is like the spring and the base do not connect.

  • panichols975 Feb 03, 2009

    I can't get the bowl off, or even move it to engage... What to do?

  • Mikey Rophone Apr 19, 2009

    i can't get the top off or move any part of the whole appliance. ugh. (i actually have the 650 but i assume it's the same as the 670)

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With the food processor I have it will not allow you to remove the bowl unless the top is off.Try take the top off or putting it on.Then remove it from the processor.

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Check out this options Remove the work bowl completely. Turn the machine on and use a pen to depress the dark grey or black button on the base of the Food processor. If the motor doesn't spin, it needs repair. If there is spinning:Make sure the handle of the bowl is facing the front of the food processor. Place the lid tab just to the left of the handle and slide it toward the handle until it won't turn anymore. Remove the pusher sleeve from the lid and reinsert it with the lock facing the front of the food processor. Slide the lock into the locked position. If it still doesn't work, replace the third piece on the work bowl - the one piece that you haven't replaced. It will then work. This will help. good luck.

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