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Are you referring to the spring in the cutter bowl? You will need to remove the retaining nut. The spring will then come out. the part number for the spring is R1776. Whole assembly part # R242.
Are you referring to the spring in the on and off switch? You will have to replace the switch. If you call Heritage Food Service Equipment, they will be able to fax you a parts break down so that you will know what part is needed. They can most of the time tell you how to replace the parts also. You can contact them at 1-800-253-0200.
Remove the base the screws are under the rubber feet,on top of the machine there are three screw caps remove these with a bradel, unscrew screws with large torx screw driver, remove spindle anti clockwise by locking out fan at base. for all Robot coupe parts go to http://www.catering-machines.com/
That plastic piece is a sling disk or sling blade and made to sling product to the discharge chute. Believe it or not, the motor shafts wear out and could be the cause of premature failure. When you install the new sling blade, check to see how much slop/ play there is by moving this back and forth on the shaft, a small amount is ok (1/16th to 3/32nds). The other thing to look at is forcing or overfeeding the unit. You can contact them at Robot-coupeusa.com
The clicking noise is an internal circuit breaker or motor protector. These things are not made to be bogged down or overfed. The motor is heating up & tripping the overload, after cooloing it resets. Time to buy a new one or get the motor replaced ($600-$800)