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Hamilton beach 63101 mixer bucking

Mixer bucks when using dough hook. Top seems loose. How do I fix/tighten?

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SOURCE: Trying to take apart the hamilton beach stand mixer to fix it

There should be a few screws on the underside that will allow you to remove the top. You may have to take the head off the base to do this.

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