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Beaters are rusty

I have a Betty Crocker 4 speed mixer. The mixer works fine, but the beaters are rusty. Where can I get 2 new beaters? The model is BC-1202K.

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  • Anonymous Apr 23, 2009

    need to buy replacement beater for the 1202k betty crocker

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Www.partstore.com

go here and you can purchase what you need.

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

  • Maria R Soto-Ortiz Sep 15, 2013

    "NOT" for Betty Crocker parts, I went on this site and they don't even list hand mixers for any parts!

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