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Broken tab on clear top

I forgetfully poured my ice cream mixture in the freezing container before starting the freezer. One of the small (wimpy) plastic tips which engage the mixing paddle broke off.
The freezer will still probably chill the mixture, but is likely to break when the mixture hardens.
Where can I find a replacement top for the machine.
Thank you for your response.
Blaine Jackson

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To get a smoother ice cream try to freeze it with a warmer temperature.

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The tub turns around the dasher(paddle). You live in a high humid area... to much ice and salt around outside. Plus you need to age the ice cream a few hours after mixing. See your book.

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You need to be sure that the bowl is locked in the ccling well, usually a lever in the front of the larger machienes does this. hope this helps

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Not sure about your model but rival parts at http://www.rivalproducts.com/category.aspx?cid=1124

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