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I need parts for C100 as well does anyone know where i can get these?

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  • ppk1royer Dec 21, 2008

    I am looking for the 10 qrt bowl the Hook and beater

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You could call hobart and see if parts are availiable,but i doubt it because its obsolete.Im a tech for hobart what are you looking for?

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  • eslboat713 Jul 21, 2011

    i am looking for the pin the beater is held on by. Can't seem to find it online. thanks

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