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Sand the area on bottom of piece along with areas surrounding the broken piece. Get another small piece of plastic that is large enough to cover the broken piece and adjacent areas and apply the glue to that using a good epoxy for adhesion. Let it set up and it will hold - trust me.
The planetary is replaced by removing the chrome drip ring from the housing and then knocking the through pin out that holds the planetary hub onto the shaft from the gearbox. In New Zealand the planetary comes as individual parts not an assembled unit so will certainly look different to the full assembly you take off. The lip of the planetary ripping off is most likely caused by one or more of the 5 gearcase screws under the planetary coming loose and rubbing. Check the other 4 (total) screws at back and middle of gearcase as well.
can buy hobart bowls from lots of places, or use the correctly shaped kitchenaid ones, both fit.. i like the lip and thickness of the hobart bowls, bought mine from globe equip.. do u still have the service manual, if so i would be real intrested in it, please