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My detachable draft shaft burned by my stove where can i buy a other one

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I think your talking about the beater shaft. I can not relate to the draft shaft and I have been around a long time. This site has loads of KM800 parts in the UK. FYI Delonghi bought out Kenwood and getting parts in the US is through Delonghi. Their phone service takes forever!!!!

Try browsing this site:
http://www.4kenwood.co.uk/cgi-bin/catalogue.pl?pg=17&section=345619&path=345550,345619

There are 260 items for the Kenwood KM800 there

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p.s. Watch as your looking through the items. Many of them are no longer available.

Posted on Aug 20, 2010

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