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I am ready to pour my cake batter in the pan but the mixer won't release when I push the lever.

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THe lever is not moving all the way to release the bowl. Try pushing it harder, wobbling the bowl while yo push the lever, moving the lever back an forth several times...it seems that some of the batter got on the lever release mechanism.

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