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Hi from the Philippines and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly
Is it just the power whisk or all attachments that do not rotate? On the A701A there is a clutch and spring fitted to the gearbox. (Spring loaded clutch) There is a pin in the cover that actuates the clutch. If the pin is broken or come out of the cover then the front of the machine will not work. (you may have to have someone fabricate a new pin!) If the clutch spring has broken you will experience the symptom you described also.
I took a small crowbar, and put the curved end up inside the whisk, and hammered the other end lightly. After about 20 taps, the peg was lined up with the sideways opening so I could twist it off. When I got it off, it looked like there was either flour inside the part where the whisk attaches, or some light corrosion was going on. Either way, I'm going to put a little grease in there so it doesn't happen again.
Given the age of a 3-C stand mixer, finding additional parts for it will be exceedingly difficult. The best recommendation is through E-Bay or antiques stores - a specialty dealer. Kitchenaid parts distributors will no longer have anything in inventory for the 3-C mixer.