Re: Where do I get new blades for my Household Blending...
It seems you can no longer buy the MegaMixa HA-3058 however Bamix sell a similar product - in fact apart from a couple of aesthetic modifications it seems to be the same machine.... They sell many accessories and you can get blades. Check: www.bamix.com www.bamix-blender.co.uk I have both machines and the blades are identical and inter-changeable between models.
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what sort of mixer is it? If it is a small hand help are the mixing blades fully inserted up to the little bumps on the side of the rods of the mixer blades where they attach to mixer. If a larger mixer like a kenwood, agin make sure the blade / s are properly inserted.
Yes the blades are available as spare parts for the Mixer. I suggest
that you contact any nearby dealer of the Mixer.The price depends on the
Quality and there are many makes of blades which is compatible with
The BUSH on the spindle is worn out. You will notice that liquid blending might make the liquid to flow out through this . If so it is confirmed. This is usual as the food particles gets caught on and wear off the bush in due time.
the blade unit has to be taken out and the bush must be changed after choosing the right bush for the steel spindle.
You can confirm rotating the spindle and see if this shakes.
Hope this tip confirms the fault.
Yes they can be tricky! The blade or dough blade/beater will always have this problem. I dont know of a "manufactured" way to remove this. However a flat screw driver that is carefully inserted into the opening at the base will remove it. With the codder pin positioned so the shaft and pin are going through the same direction of the opening of the attachment. Simply pul down on the attachment.I WOULD RECCOMEND TOWELS TO PUT ON THE MIXER BASE, since there is quite often alot of force need to remove them. This is is probably a good thing since you wouldnt want the attachment to come oof during operation. Hope this helps.
You are correct, in the mixer head above the attachment hub is a gearbox, and there is a fiber gear meant to do just that should something similar happen, it can be replaced, I don't know price, but if you are careful, and fair mechanically, it is a straight forward replacement.