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I have a Ronson Pro Duo 500 - Model 8347. The machine has served us very well for many years until a while back the small lip, on the bowl lid that locks into the machine to initiate processing action, broke. I just want to know where I can get a replacement lid from, if at all possible.

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  • helen Swendson
    helen Swendson Dec 07, 2013

    I need a user manual and parts list for a Ronson Pro Duo 500, Model 8347. cannot find one anywhere. Can anyone help?

  • Dennis
    Dennis May 07, 2015

    Did you have any luck with the user manual? I also need a copy. I rang the Ronson agent but this model is so old that they don't have a user manual. If so, I would love a copy sent to [email protected], thanks.

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Contact Ronson customer care team at 1300 137 798 or e-mail [email protected]

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SOURCE: Dishwasher destroyed bowl

A quick Google search using the term "braun K600 spares site:au" reveals an internet trader in Victoria who might stock what you're after. A.

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SOURCE: Plastic lid broken

Called Wolfgang Puck production center at 800 275 8273 and was successful in ordering the part for the food processor.

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SOURCE: The spindle (middle thingie) is broken

I don't know about the little lip you're referring to, but the central spindle that comes up from the base of our KitchenAid 12 cups food processor KFP750WH0 splintered and broke while we were using it. We ordered a replacement motor sleeve shaft part number KA8211849 from the Gourmet Depot for $4.95 plus $3.50 s/h. Removing the broken plastic sleeve shaft was the difficulty; it isn't glued or screwed on but somehow it didn't want to be pulled, pried, or cut off. With the help of our neighbor fix-it man and all four of us working at it with screwdrivers, we got the old broken part up and off. Pushing the new one onto the metal motor shaft was easy, and it was fixed!

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SOURCE: Broken processing bowl to food processor

I have replacement parts available for the Technque CETOFP263, will only charge nominal fee plus shipping costs. email me or post to ebay seller churkey123.

Posted on Mar 16, 2009

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SOURCE: need a replacement part for food processor

The motor is runing, but the blade is not turning.

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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