Question about Hobart Food Processors
Hi, I just received an older 1612 Hobart, and fixed the same problem.
First i disassembled the linkage from the bottom, then i used a propane torch to heat the rods and the aluminum castings (carefully, bring the temp till it is hot to the touch) Hammering doesnt work well so i made a piece of pine appx 1x1" with a notch to use as a pry stick. put a thin piece of plywood against the casting so you dont crack the housing, as it is thin alum.
Worked for me, take your time
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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