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The blades in my Kenwood mixer keep slipping out of the housing. I can't see anything wrong with the blades so it must be the fitting inside.

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  • jeff6262 Oct 12, 2008

    I have the same problem with a KM005 mixer, There is a spring clip on the shaft of the mixer blade and a recess in the socket the mixer fits into coming from the gearbox, these ar both worn. Obviously the mixer shaft can be replaced (it screws on to the blade) and I am equally sure the socket can be replaced. But knowing appliance manufacturers, I suspect that it won't just be the blade socket which needs replacing, I suspect it will be a replacement gearbox job!!! Can anybody prove me wrong?

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Yes! we can supply this part£ 15.00 + p&p shaft size 14mm,If yours is differant size it would be new gearbox.(vertical drive shaft)

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