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Durabrand replacement part for hand mixer

This is the best hand mixer I've ever had - and have been a householder for many years. However, without having been misused in any way, one of the beaters has broken. Can you advise about replacement, please? watson1940@talktalk.net

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I bought an old GM mixer no. 30M47 with no beaters yesterday at the Salvation Army store. The beaters I have for a newish (ugly) GE hand held beater fit perfectly. I suggest taking your old beater to a store that sells new GE handheld beaters and seeing if the new beaters fit. If anyone reads this and wants me to look up the number of the new ugly beater for them, please say so before I take it to the Salvation Army.. : )

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