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Bonjour KRACOT, s'il vous plaît excuser mon français. Je me rappelle un peu le français d'il ya longtemps ..Vous pouvez télécharger le Manuel de l'utilisateur en anglais sur le site Kitchenaid à: :
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Mai aussi vous voulez télécharger le fichier sous Parts List Manual (1) K45SSWH0.pdf (341.41 Ko). (Cocher Certainement pour voir ce qu'il répond à votre table de mixage).
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