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Your best option may be to use the Black & Decker Service Center locator to locate your nearest sevice center. This is a part they normally would stock and a quick telephone call should be able to determine availabilty and price.
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I bought an old GM mixer no. 30M47 with no beaters yesterday at the Salvation Army store. The beaters I have for a newish (ugly) GE hand held beater fit perfectly. I suggest taking your old beater to a store that sells new GE handheld beaters and seeing if the new beaters fit. If anyone reads this and wants me to look up the number of the new ugly beater for them, please say so before I take it to the Salvation Army.. : )
You can remove the handle-back by gently prying the rear clips down and away. But the problem is the power boost button; it has a fork that goes down the left side and snaps over a micro-switch. You need to get that off since there is not room for all 3 buttons (eject, variable speed, and boost) to slide through the handle. A small probe inserted from the top and pushing on the left side to the rear might do it. Or just pry the boost switch upwards; that's how I got mine apart. My problem was the boost microswitch was bad and provided a poor connection. As a result, the beater only ran intermittently on regular switch positions. I solved it by bypassing the boost micro switch. The beater now only runs on the regular speeds but that's fine by me.
200 Watts! I have owned the M205S for 15 years! YUP! and used it to death! Doesn't owe me a penny! But I am so upset, because although the 200 Watt motor is still running great, one of the beaters just broke off. I didn't know if replacement beaters are still available for such an old model?