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Attaching top container to bottom tub.

I have had Cuisinart for years but have not used it in some time and have forgotten the proper procedure to connect the top tub to the bottom tub now.

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Place food processor attachment on base
Put work bowl on gear collar with left slot just to the left of the tab on left side, slide until tabs click
Place work bowl lid on top of workbowl with tabs slightly to left of work bowl handle - slide into place until it clicks

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