Question about Kenwood Food Mixers
I am trying to remove the motor on a Kenwood A700 Cake Mixer and have undone the two bolts holding the motor but it appears the pinion on the motor shaft needs to be removed as well. Does this require removing the pin through the shaft with a punch or press? Dont want to remove the pin if this is not part of the procedure.
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