We use the Bamix daily to froth milk for coffee but find that over time, milk accumulates inside the shaft and forms a glue. Soaking the shaft in white vinegar seems to do a great job of dissolving the milk glue and freeing the shaft again. We typically soak it overnight and have never had it fail.
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My Bamix stopped working--no shaft movement and loud motor noise (think disuse caused motor lubricant to thicken). Propped it upside down and put drops of quality machine oil at seam where narrow blade shaft enters larger shaft (in center of curved guard). Probably not necessary, but added a few drops where large shaft enters handle. Oil slowly seeps in. Attached a blade to manually turn for oil distribution. Did this periodically over several hrs. Turned on low speed and it gradually returned to full speed capacity.
It seems you can no longer buy the MegaMixa HA-3058 however Bamix sell a similar product - in fact apart from a couple of aesthetic modifications it seems to be the same machine.... They sell many accessories and you can get blades. Check: www.bamix.com www.bamix-blender.co.uk I have both machines and the blades are identical and inter-changeable between models.
click on the "contact" link in this website http://www.bamix-usa.com/ there's places in Canada & the US to have them serviced. Through contacting them they'll give you the nearest service area.
Good luck, love my Bamix!
The blades pull straight off the shaft. If you look closely you will see a small notch on the blade that fits a tab on the shaft. This keeps the blade turning at the same speed as the shaft.
Anyway, pulling straight down on the blade should get it off. You might try boiling the tip in water to soften whatever gunk is holding it on. Be careful you don't burn your fingers when trying to pull off the blade after boiling it.