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KSM90 Kitchen Gets stuck in the middle of mixing Bread Dough

We bought this mixer several years ago (2+) and it has been working well till this past week. It stopped cold in the middle of mxing Bread Dough and stops also in the middle of beating egg whites. I assume it is the transmission of this machine. How can I get it fixed.

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If you decide to get rid of it can you sell the accessories parts?. I have one with no parts.
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Barak

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Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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