Hi--I have a Kitchenaid food processor, model #KFP600WW, and one of the rubber feet has grown legs, so to speak. I've tried to find another, with no success--and I am reluctant to steal one from a demo model at the store. I figured someone would sell a set of feet, but no luck so far. Suggestions?
Thanks in advance
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hi if you still have problems email me and i will try and talk you through, it may be the belt (teeth worn out) or the pulley (same problem). the info given in your post is very vague. if its the teeth on either the belt or pulley there is a simple fix. remove bottom of base with screwdriver there should be screws under the feet of machine. use a bike valve screwdriver to remove the two remaining screws(depending on make and model) remove belt, put RUBBER BAND
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HI.When the problem is related to themovement of one of its parts,the usual problem is in the motor.Have you tried to disassemble parts and try to look at the motor.It is not advisable to keep the motor running while the cover is open however for the purpose of observing what's the motors behavior while the system is running.Can you check the gears of the motor and check if the motors terminal gets the same amount if voltage reqiured.