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Dough mixer not working at all

Hi ,i have a seven kg dough mixer 1 year old ,was working perfect ,once i put more than the quantity allowed in the bowl to make a dough since the is not working at all did anny one have an idea a bout the problem and wich part sould be replaced   thx

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It sounds like the mixer was overloaded and therefore broke a shaft,gears or sheared keys.

Posted on Nov 02, 2007

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    anthony james Nov 07, 2007

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