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Rod came out of neck

The rod came out of the neck of Kitchenaid Artisan. I cannot get it back through -- it goes in one side and should come out the other, but gets caught on ridges on the inside. The top of the mixer(that is horizontal to the counter) is hanging precariously. How can I get this rod back in to support the top?

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Raise the top while sliding the pin back in. You will need to play with the correct angle in order to get it in all the way. mine won't go in if it's all the way down nor all the way up. it needs to be somewhere in the middle.

Posted on Feb 12, 2010

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Mine comes out almost every time I use it. To re-insert it, I turn on the mixer to its slowest setting and use a hammer or other hard, blunt object to push it back in.

Posted on Apr 26, 2010

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