Question about Hobart Food Mixers
I have tried warm soapy water, vinegar, rubbing alcohol, castor oil, and hitting it with a rubber mallet. Any other ideas?
Get some CRC into the top between shaft and paddle socket and in and around that driving lug on the side. Then grasp the paddle with a hand on either side and rock (turn) it back and forth as forcefully as you can until it starts to come free. Eventually it will start to move and you will be able to remove it. Polish the shaft and scrape out the hole, it is flour that has wafted in there that has tightened it up, it packs & embeds itself into the aluminium paddle.
Posted on Dec 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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