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Kneading Blade Stuck on Kenwood Mixer KM300

The kneading blade on my machine is stuck inside and won't come loose for cleaning, changing,etc. Any ideas? Thank you.

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Lightly tap out the dough with a piece of wood in the direction you would usualy remove it

Posted on Jan 29, 2007

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