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I have a kenwood chef mod 703c the motor spins and
The problem is that the clutchdog, which is normally engaged by the peg on the liquidiser cover, is worn. Remove the top casing of the machine by removing the 3 screws and all of the outlet covers. Then unscrew the top of the gear box and prise open carefully with a screwdriver to expose the gears. The clutch dog can be unscrewed. Remove the spring that is on the outside of the gearbox and replace it on the inside of the gearbox so that it pulls the clutch dog down permanently. This then needs to be screwed back once the top of the gearbox has been screwed back together. Sounds complicated but it will be obvious when you try it. The machine will then turn the main attachment hub but will remain engaged as for later model machines. Hope this helps. John UK
on Feb 11, 2011
Open th fp510 footprocessor
Remove the 5 screws underneath, then remove the 2 screws that hold the motor onto the base by inserting a thin phillips/star screwdriver through one of the gaps in the plastic grid underneath the motor.
on Jan 16, 2011
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