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I bought a Waring Pro Milkshake drink mixer on E-bay. The cup will not stay up in place when the mixing starts. The cup falls down on the metal knob and wobbles around. I am trying to find a manual or place to order a cup clip and screw. It is a model 12dm19. Thanks.

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http://dl.owneriq.net/7/7e477b7e-4440-49cf-a219-b68d301549e3.pdf

This diagram will help you see the diagram plus the part assembly no and place it accordingly.I have also given link for Bissell - Model 1697 so you can use it more trouble shooting and where to assemble the parts.
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01. Upper Handle Assembly - Slate Green **FNLA
01. Handle Assembly - Mean Green **FNLA
02. Spring - Push Rod 2108422
03. Push Rod with Spring 2147511
04. Trigger - Grey 2139168
05. Handle Assembly 2144406
07. Valve Assembly 2109592
09. Wire Harness 2104446
10. Lower Handle Back - Mean Green **FNLA
11. Handle Bushing **FNLA
12. Switch - Power 2108827
13. Cord 2102883
14. Tool Caddy 2146752
15. Cord Wrap 2131154
18. Axle 2100170
19. E-Ring 2106215
20. Wheel 2139754
21. Extruded Gasket - .136"X32" 2103418
22. Window Gasket 2104052
23. SmartMix® Bottle (Includes Cap) 2101785
24. SmartMix® Cap Assembly 2101795
25. Autoload Gasket 2036679
26. Diverter - Grey 2136988
27. Flow Indicator Assembly 5556503
28. Diverter Gasket 2114054
29. Diverter Knob Assembly - Grey 2145170
30. AutoMix Knob - Grey 2105108
31. Main Housing - Mean Green **FNLA
31. Main Housing - Slate Green 2145017
32. Flow Indicator Base 2100489
33. Floor Nozzle Window 2149871
34. Spray Tip (2 pk) 2106107
35. Connector T 2102602
36. Arm Retainer - RT & LT 5559113
37. Brush / Pivot Arm Assembly - 4row 2101157
38. Brush Belt 150621
39. Flow Indicator O-Ring for Powersteamer® Series 2106214
40. Base Assembly - Non-ClearView with 4 Row Brush **FNLA
41. AutoMix Assembly 2100107
42. AutoMix Piston 2108722
43. Motor Duct - Short **FNLA
44. Gasket - Short Duct 2104050
45. Belt Access Door 2132992
46. Motor Cover 2132984
47. Inner Motor Gasket 2104056
48. Motor Intake Gasket 2104051
49. Vacuum Motor 175972
50. Detent Lever 5559102
51. Elevator Lever with Springs LT & RT 2000010
52. Pump 2107181
53. Pump Belt 2150628
54. AutoLoad Receiver 2140710
55. Upholstery Hose Assembly - 8' 2153163
56. Tank-in-Tank Assembly 159043
57. Tank Lid Assembly 154439
58. Tank Handle 2034435
59. Lint Screen 2133501
60. Baffle & Bladder Assembly **FNLA
61. Baffle with Float 2130213
62. Float Assembly 2140325
63. Bladder 2100315
64. Bottom Tank Assembly 159041
65. Screw #6 x 3/4" - 6pk 2807075
66. Auto Load Assembly 2107041
67. Autoload Gasket 2036679
68. 3" Tough Stain Tool Assembly 2159155
70. 4" Upholstery Tool 2036653
71. Brush - Upholstery Tool - 4" 2030966
72. Turbo Brush 2036652
73. Crevice Tool 2036655
74. Pre-Treat Wand 2149142
75. Bare Floor Tool 2149131

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SOURCE: The tension knob came off

It sounds like your machine is the kind that has a knob with a 'set screw', a teeny tiny screw that tightens and holds the thing in place on the rod. Look for a small hole, probably on the bottom and look for a very small screw near the machine.

Posted on Mar 04, 2011

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