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Need to clean inside of handle on KitchenAid food processor

The inside of the handle on my KitchenAid KFP750 food processor is filled with grime and I don't know how to disassemble to clean it. Any advice?

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  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    multi colored knives purchased from qvc cannot keep clean food captured in the grove between handle and blade
    would like to SPEAK to customer service. Need telephone number



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The plastic for the work bowl / handle is molded and one piece and cannot be disassembled. My best recommendation is to call Kitchenaid customer service to see what recommendations they have. Within one year warranty, they may replace the work bowl at no cost.

Their toll-free number is: 1-800-541-6390.

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  • moxieme63 Apr 30, 2011

    I have had my KA food processor for 6 years and have the same problem with food particles, mold?, stuck in the handle. I emailed customer service and they suggested soaking the bowl in hot soapy water. It does not work. Hoping somebody else has a solution!

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    Miri Moore May 05, 2017

    i have tried to steam inside, soak in a little caustic soday, NO, nothing gets in there... how the HELL does the grim get in there???


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Need to clean inside of handle on KitchenAid food  - 033a22b4-eb8d-44ad-acb9-cfc0851aba93.jpg037245c9-c606-46db-a7ae-e0f7c2de5770.jpgThe handle in my KitchenAid KFP600 can be disassembled. Carefully pry away the black outer cover of the handle from the top, then push or punch down. Next step is to pry the plug out of the bottom of the handle and remove the stem/lock. Small screwdriver in slot of plug close to bowl loosened plug to about 25% out. Then I fashioned a clothes hanger to a small "j" in the end to fully pry out the plug.
I did slightly damage one of the tabs on the clear part of the handle that locks in the black outer cover. Super Glue!
Almost lost spring down sink drain. My father would not be happy as he always taught me when cleaning small parts to have sink strainer in place. Ooops. Also spring/shorter end of stem/lock is reinserted in position close to bowl.
CHEERS from Baja.

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