Question about Food Mixers
I bought a panasonic MX-216E 6 months back in india which is probably converted to 110V...Last week it stopped working...I took to two service centers in mountain view,ca and they say carbon brushes needs to be replaced and it will cost $50 (new mixer costs $110)..
this is a new mixer and not heavily used...when i try to tap or shake the mixer it works but it stops again...i paid Rs.5000 for this ..do you have any solution to repair this at home
I used to live in Mtn. View on Bryant St. next to the P.G.&E office, great town.
I have had appliances go as long as twenty years and never had the brushes go out, but it sounds kie that is your problem alright, this is very unusual I would contact Panasonic and see what they will do for you there is usually a one year parts warranty on small appliances, call them you have nothing to lose. I would call this a factory defect.
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