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Oster kitchen center driver removal

I have an Oster Kitchen center appliance with the mixer and blender and other appliances. The driver base seems to be worn. It slips when the ice cream maker is attached. I found the a new driver part but cannot figure out how to remove the old one to replace it. Since this product is discontinued, I am not sure there an authorized repair place near me. Can you give me some assistance?

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My oster kitchen centers speed control is either too slow or it speeds up real fast .What do I need to replace?

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Http://www.oster.com/CustService.aspx
The customer service will help you to find the right answer to your question.The do also have technical repair center or they will tell you how to return the item for replacement.i used before and they work good

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

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