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Trying to take apart the hamilton beach stand mixer to fix it

Hi - i can't figure out how to take this apart to get at the motor to fix it.....

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  • chelby502 Jan 04, 2009

    Thank you - I followed your suggestion and I was able to remove the top and took the head off the base. I could not figure out how to open the body. I removed the screws from the body but it would not come apart.

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There should be a few screws on the underside that will allow you to remove the top. You may have to take the head off the base to do this.

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  • David Shaub Jan 04, 2009

    Look for a pop in sort of plate, normally in the front with a logo on it. There are screws under this, if your particular model has one.

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