Breville beater cog stuffed. Breville as much use as a chocolate teapot.
Unbelievably, Breville don't do spare parts for their products.
[Quote] Unfortunately, we are unable to obtain the parts required; these products are manufactured in the Far East, therefore whilst we are careful in selecting our suppliers the item in question is beyond our direct control.[/quote]
So, if anyone knows of any other makes that use the same sized cogs let me know.
Tried Kenwood, they are no good.
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You need to encourage movement between the beater and the silver shaft it locks on to. There is nothing that you can unscrew to make it easier. Get a can of CRC and try & get it around the silver shaft at the top of the beater plus you should be able to get a bit in that side slot where the beater engages with that driving pin. Rock (twist) the beater side to side and slowly the grip will loosen and you will be able to encourage it off. Once you have it off you will need to clean out the CRC and polish up that silver shaft. Next is the more difficult part, you need to polish up that hole in the beater. What you are trying to do is remove the build up of flour in the hole so that it is pretty much shiny in there again without being significantly bigger than it was originally. I use a rat tail (round) file to do this job, you are just removing the darker build up in there. When done a good wash and dry and it will be like new again. Keep the hole clean of flour and it may not happen again.
This is the only thing I could find in order for you to get parts...This is their phone number in UK..Kenwood Spares Distribution Centre on 0870 241 3653 If I uncover anything else I'll let you know...
It covers several models including yours.
1. Check/Adjust the Flat Beater to Bowl Clearance:
Turn screw (A) SLIGHTLY counter clockwise (left) to raise the flat
beater or clockwise (right) to lower the flat beater
2. Check the Beater Shaft (Agitator Shaft) making sure the Retaining ring
is flushed with the surface of the Planetary Assembly
Constant Pulling and Removal of the beaters can cause the Agitator shaft to move
3. If the above two still don't solve your problem, follow the service manual
directions to disassemble the Planetary Assembly and check for loose screws
Yes the blades are available as spare parts for the Mixer. I suggest
that you contact any nearby dealer of the Mixer.The price depends on the
Quality and there are many makes of blades which is compatible with
I couldn't remove the K-Beater as when I tried to turn it the whole mechanism turned with it. I couldn't even remove the splashguard! I was going to take it to the Kenwood factory (a few miles from home) but then I thought I'd give it one more go and this is what I did...
Next to where the K-Beater attaches in the middle of the circular plate is a lug with a pointed-shape bolt on the end. Remove this with a spanner and the beater plus gear cog can be removed.
Place some mole grips or wide pliers on a worktop and sit the cogged gear in to it and grip so that it won't turn.
Now you should be able to remove the K-Beater!
Perhaps someone can suggest how to stop it happening again. I haven't attached anything since but will update this post if I have any other helpful tips.