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Can't get paddle attachment on my mixer.

I can't get the paddle or whisk attachment onto my kitchenaid mixer. It appears as though the button on the machine is stuck. I already tried wrapping the button apparatus with a steaming hot, wet cloth (I did it twice for 30 minutes total), and I sprayed the button with cooking spray. Neither attempt worked.

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There is an adjustment screw and a system for setting it. You can find a video of it here (or just a ton of people who know all about these mixers). I just found it while trying to troubleshoot the same problem for my wifes mixer.

http://forum.kitchenaid.com/forums/forum.asp?FORUM_ID=196

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SOURCE: I cannot remove the attachment on the kitchenaid

Hello. I can assist you. I also have this mixer and I can tell you from experience. You have to lift it up about 1/4 inch and then twist it a small amount and pull it down and out. You can not hurt it so don't worry about using some force when you do this. Good luck with it.

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SOURCE: Brand New Kitchenaid Artisan Mixer - Mixer head is stuck

Unplug the mixer, turn the whisk the opposite of normal rotation in a quick motion, the remove a per normal.

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