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C100 i was given a c-100 and i have no attachments,i looking for a dough hook and a paddle. i am also wondering if there is a way to grease the gears they sound rough.

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  • llcrawfo Nov 17, 2008

    Our school has an old C-100 mixer----still works superbly, but is missing the dough hook and other attachments. Any solutions? thanks! L Crawford

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    I need accessories for my hobart c-100 mixer to.

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Parts are no longer availiable for these units as they are old.You may be able to find something online like ebay ect,ect.I work for hobart as a service tech and havent repaired one of these units in 15 yrs.

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