Question about KitchenAid 3-Speed Blender Onyx Black KSB540
Posted by Anonymous on
Stick a flat blade screwdriver underneath it and lever it off from a couple of sides. The threads will pull out of the coupling as they are weak aluminium. Pick the bits of thread out of the top of the motor shaft before fitting the new one. This is the Kitchen Aid recommended method not my dodgy cunning home made plan.
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