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The coupler on my kitchen aid has broken

My kitchen aid is model 5KSB5BAC3. I need help to remove the old one that is broken. Where can I purchase one in the UK and how quick could i get one please?

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Try http://www.kaparts.co.uk/ they are usually in stock and sent first class.

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