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While putting a new handle on my mixer a small spring and small bracket in the back came off. I can't find a diagram that shows the placement of these small pieces. Is there a diagram for this area of the mixer.

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Call the manufacturer of the mixer. If it's a replaceable part they would know and they might even stock it. If it's still under warranty they'd probably replace it.

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