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Go to the whirlpool.com website and find the "Parts" area for Kitchenaid mixers. You should be able to download a parts list and drawings for your particular model #. You can order the attachment screw from the same website. Be prepared to wait a month for it to arrive! Whirlpool apparently doesn't consider it's end users important enough to increase processing speed for parts orders. I've been waiting for six weeks for one small part to arrive. I'm still waiting. Good Luck. ricardok45

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