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What is the difference between square beaters and round beaters for my sunbeam mixmaster


Different beater shapes were used over the years. Mostly they are optimized for the bowl shape and the power of the motor. Best results by staying with the original shape when replacing. Goodmans is a good source of beaters
Goodman Small Appliances Housewares and Parts Sunbeam Oster Braun etc at...

Feb 19, 2018 | Sunbeam Food Mixers

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1989 Sunbeam Deluxe Mixmaster mixer when I start mixing the blades come out and won't stay in.


Do you mean the beaters? Take a look near the top of the beater shaft. Does it have a slot which holds a wire ring? If the wire ring is missing, that would explain why it won't stay in. Try shopping for a new set of beaters if that's the problem.

Nov 27, 2016 | Sunbeam Food Mixers

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The beaters will not stay up in my Oster stand mixmaster. The eject lever will not lock them in. Can it be fixed? Or could it be that I need new beaters because they are worn out and do not fit in


wild guess turn beater as you push in to allow the beater to engage the drive, a little like gears meshing. You should be able to feel it lock into the drive.

Dec 21, 2014 | Oster Food Mixers

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Beaters will not stay up in my Oster stand mixmaster. The eject lever will not lock them in. Can it be fixed? Or could it be that I need new beaters because they are worn out and don't fit


They need to be replaced or the locking mechanism does, but in the meantime, wind some thread around the beater end and this may keep them in temporarily.

Dec 21, 2014 | Oster Food Mixers

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How do I keep beaters in mixer without them falling out?


Each beater may be shaped differently and only will click into its appointed port. There may be a picture on the mixer showing which side to put each beater.

May 12, 2014 | Black & Decker MX55 PowerPro Hand Mixer

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Kitchen aid khm3wh beaters will not stay in mixer


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I fixed mine (my wife's). Kitchenaid 3-Speed Hand Mixer KHM3WH. Here's how I did it.
This is a pretty old mixer. My wife bought it at a thrift store for $1. She brought it home, we found the beaters and whisk beaters on eBay. Paid $34.00 for both sets of beaters, but when we received them we found they would not stay in the mixer. Oh we also bought the alternative/replacement beaters from Sears, parts online. I don't think those will work with my fix. However with some $0.92 rubber washers from Lowe's and a heavy duty paperclip I fixed the mixer, and it works flawlessly. Maybe some stainless steel wire would be a better, more permanent fix.

Apr 30, 2012 | KitchenAid KHM3 Classic Hand Mixer

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The beaters will not stay in i cant find the inststruction-can y


Here is a link to the manual:

http://www.cuisinart.com/share/pdf/manuals/hsm-70.pdf

The key: One beater has a wide disc on the handle - this one locks into the wider beater slot.

Jul 24, 2009 | Cuisinart HSM-70 220 Watts Hand/Stand...

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One beater one stay in socket with use


They are plastic with a small spring ring around the end of the spindle. If the beater is faling out, you need a new spindle.

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KitchenAid Hand Mixer Beater won't stay in slot


You need a new gear set.  Hard to find however.

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