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Blade is stuck in shaft of kitchen aid

Blade is stuck in shaft

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Get some CRC around the shaft and into the beater hole and wriggle it about until it comes free. Rasp the build up in the beater hole out with a round file and clean up the shaft on the mixer. Remember you are cleaning out the hole not trying to make it bigger than it was. In my experience it is a build up of flour in there bonding itself to the hole in the aluminium beater.

Posted on Sep 01, 2014

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SOURCE: Kitchenaid 6 qt mixer repair

A small screwdriver or needle nose pliers will work to remove the cir-clips that hold on the shaft.

Posted on May 31, 2010

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