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Silver ring off and can get it back on

The silver ring on my KA max power 300 fell off and I can not get it back no matter how many times I try. It doesn't seem to have anything to hold it on.

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  • Arisaig May 13, 2008

    I was making French Bread today and the ring fell off into the bowl. I cannot get the ring on. I had my husband try and he can't either. I have tried a few taps with a meat tenderizer. The wooden kind and that didn't work. I was afraid to hit too hard because the ring seems quite soft.

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It holds on by friction alone. There is no screw or anything. It should just push on maybe with a few light taps around the ring with a hammer.

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