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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When you are able to remove the paddle, feel the opposite side of the spindle. It should be smooth. The pin should not stick out the back at all. Carefully, tap it in until it is even with the spindle. That will fix you up, unless the pin itself is also damaged. If so, get a small file and remove any burrs from where the paddle mounts.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
I found a solution at kitchenaid.com. It says the bowl locks in the same direction as the rotating mixer moves, so slap the bowl with your hand a few times in the opposite direction, and then take vegetable oil and using a cotton swab line the groove of the bowl. Let it soak a bit, and then slap the bowl again and push it hard counterclockwise.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
pour a little wesson oil into the attachment holes and work the release while inserting and removing the attachment. Make sure the unit is unpluged. The oil will lubricate the lock mechanism.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
Hello. I can assist you. I also have this mixer and I can tell you from experience. You have to lift it up about 1/4 inch and then twist it a small amount and pull it down and out. You can not hurt it so don't worry about using some force when you do this. Good luck with it.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
SOURCE: mixer blade is chipping
If it is a tilt head mixer then adjust the screw which can be seen by tipping the head back and looking into the pivot point. Turn the screw CCW to raise the head and prevent the paddle from hitting the bottom of the bowl.
If it is a lift bowl mixer there is an adjusting screw on the frame of the stand behind the bowl holder mechanism. It rurns a cam which adjusts the height of the mixer.
See pg. 13 of the owners manual for bowl height adjustment procedure:
clockwise to lower the head and counterclockwise to raise the head for more clearance for the beaters.
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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