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My 325 Watt Artisan mixer's adapter won't come off? How do I get it unstuck?

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To remove the mixer attachment I belive you must press up on the attachment to lock the inside gear into place. Once it is locked into position you can now twist to the left to remove the attachment. once removed you can pull the shaft back down to unlock the gear.Hope this helps.

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