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Hi! i got my sunbeam thru e bay i have noticed that the beaters are not as sturdy compared to the one i have which i have been using every for the last 10 years. i have been using it only for a few weeks and now every time i turn it on the speed changes by itself. i am so frustrated because they dont sell it here in my country(philippines) i had to order it on line and its already deffective.

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Yes the one that are marketed on line do not measure up the standards as they are bought mainly on the price comparison. so the quality suffers a bit due to which the such issues do come up.
This is due to poor fitting of the unit , the poor switches and the motor assembly.
The speed is changing due to the poor quality of the switch and all what can be done is to keep it in position.
You can also make a complaint to Ebay asking for a replacement or action.

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