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My pasta roller does not roll the dough consistently flat. Dough comes out thick-thin-thick-thin as it goes through the roller. What may be causing this problem?

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SOURCE: I have problems with the bowl staying locked into

I have found that it takes nothing short of brute strength to make sure the bowl is secure. As long as there is nothing dented or out of alignment, you should be able to get it stabilized in the base by a good strong twist in the right direction. I hope this helps. There is nothing more frustrating than having to readjust appliances in the middle of mixing. If this does help, please let Fixya know by rating my suggestion! Good luck and happy mixing!

Posted on Nov 15, 2010

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