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Dough hook i am trying to use the dough hook - but think maybe i'm missing something? i don't have the manual anymore, but attached the dough hook to the back, and the scraper to the back too. but in the middle over the bowl - where the dough hook comes to - is sitting just underneath the metal bar. I notice there are holes through both - am i supposed to have a piece that joins the two together? b/c the dough hook doesn't stay itself..... is there a manual/guide online where i can see a picture of how it's supposed to look when connected? thanks

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If you r using it for dough use the roller and scraper it works much better. But if u want to use the dough hook the holes in the middle is where the knob and stick in the arm go into to hold the hook inplace and it also goes in the hole on the side near the scraper hope this helps

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