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Moulinox ovatio 3 dur - Pusher missing and need plastic kneading blade

The pusher part is missing in the original packing and need to order the plastic kneading blade - Part # 5966 922. thank you

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Having contacted the Moulinex main office in Canada, I was informed that they do not ship parts to the US. However, they directed to the US sales office - contact "customer Service - Abtec Parts" <customerservice@abtecparts.com> who carry replacement parts for a large number of applicances. Hope this information helps someone in need. Thank you.

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