Kenwood Multi Pro FP730 Food Processor "drive shaft" Questions

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...drive shaft to work. (The liquidiser and the mill are working fine). I think the problem might be the detachable drive shaft, as this fits very loosely on the power unit - it does not click fast or ...

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Question about Cuisinart Food Processors

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drive shaft extending vertically from the motor base has developed a crack. This runs from the top of the shaft down to almost where the shaft enters the motor base. The effect is to make the diameter

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...drive unit. Is there a screw hidden under the center? or is it just pressed down onto a shaft? The black plastic clutch has a left-handed brass threaded insert. Temporarily remove the motor to hold ...

Question about Cuisinart Food Processors

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...drive shaft Not sure how, but my wife and I have managed to crack the plastic "drive shaft" that turns the blades. The metal core is in tact, but the plastic housing has broken off. Can this be ...

...drive shaft (it threads onto the shaft). It meshes with another plastic gear that turns the spindle that has a drive belt attached to it and the spindle which turns the blades in the food processor. ...

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robot coup makings high pitched sounds and drive shaft seems to lock up Sounds like the bush is either worn, or the shaft has got rusted.

Question about Cuisinart Food Processors

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drive shaft DLC-7 SuperPro has a cracked sheath and the blades, detachable stem won't fit on it anymore. I've ordered a replacement motor shaft sheath, but I have no idea how to remove the old and and

Question about KitchenAid Food Processors

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drive shaft broken and melted I tried to process soft cheese and the shaft melted and cracked in half length wise and I cannot remove it and the small black part on the bottom is no longer stantionary

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drive cog in the base, which will move on its shaft if I grip the shaft with Mole grips and try to turn it. It appears to be a very crude clutch which is slipping too much! Any idea how I can identify

Question about Kenmore Food Processors

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...drive belt and turn the motor shaft by hand--does it seem to turn freely? Do the same with the driven pulley--it should turn freely also. The pulleys and belt are likely cog-type and not prone to ...

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