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In need of Bowl and blade


GENERAL ELECTRIC FOOD PROCESSOR MODEL 106622F WORK BOWL

I was able to locate a bowl for the 106622F processor on E -Bay. You may be able to find a blade on E-Bay. From what I gather, there is no source for replacement parts, other than used parts. I hope this helps ! Good Luck....

Mar 31, 2014 | GE 106622F Food Processor

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Blade spins and hits side of bowl


Get in touch with Kitchen Aid, that should not be happening.

Feb 19, 2014 | KitchenAid Food Processors

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NEED REPLACEMENT BOWL AND METAL BLADE


place one foot on it and pull it out or you can try to wiggle it out

I’m happy to help further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/taisean_6df1de1d23f88296

Jan 22, 2014 | Wolfgang Puck BFPR0015 Food Processor

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When i try using it, nothing happens. i cannot


Remove the work bowl, blades, etc from off the base.
Plug the processor in and press the ON pedal down.
Use a pen to press in the rubber button on top of the base - you should hear a sound.
Now reassemble the bowl - lock the bowl in so that the handle faces front; insert blade of choice; place the tab under the feed tube of lid slightly left of center of the work bowl handle and slide the lid counter-clockwise until it clicks into place; insert pusher and make sure it locks into place.
You should be good to go again.

Sep 30, 2009 | Cuisinart Food Processors

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Light comes on but won't pulse or turn "on."


The Kitchenaid food processors have a few safety features implimented. If the unit is not assembled properly, this may prevent the unit from turning on. I am thinking this is an issue of assembly because the light is on, so the unit is definitely getting power.

Proper assembly is below:

If it isn't all ready, please disassemble the entire unit. This means removing the blade and/or disc, blade, removing work bowl, work bowl lid, and blade.

Start by placing the work bowl onto the motor base. The work bowl handle should be facing at 9 o'clock, which is out to your left. Rotate the handle downward until it locks in at the 6 o'clock position, which will lock over the center of the button panel.

Repeat the process with the work bowl lid. The blade does not need to be present for the motor to engage, if this is an assembly issue.

Aug 03, 2009 | KitchenAid Food Processors

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My kitchenaid processor is not working


The Kitchenaid food processors have a few safety features implimented. If the unit is not assembled properly, this may prevent the unit from turning on. I am thinking this is an issue of assembly because the light is on, so the unit is definitely getting power.

Proper assembly is below:

If it isn't all ready, please disassemble the entire unit. This means removing the blade and/or disc, blade, removing work bowl, work bowl lid, and blade.

Start by placing the work bowl onto the motor base. The work bowl handle should be facing at 9 o'clock, which is out to your left. Rotate the handle downward until it locks in at the 6 o'clock position, which will lock over the center of the button panel.

Repeat the process with the work bowl lid. The blade does not need to be present for the motor to engage, if this is an assembly issue.

Jul 29, 2009 | KitchenAid KFP715 7 Cups Food Processor

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I have the unit plugged in and the ingredients in the bowl, but it will not pulse...what am i doing wrong?


I am assuming that the unit is not getting any power whatsoever and this is not isolated solely to the pulse function not working.

The Kitchenaid food processors have a few safety features implimented. If the unit is not assembled properly, this may prevent the unit from turning on. Proper assembly is below:

If it isn't all ready, please disassemble the entire unit. This means removing the blade and/or disc, blade, removing work bowl, work bowl lid, and blade.

Start by placing the work bowl onto the motor base. The work bowl handle should be facing at 9 o'clock, which is out to your left. Rotate the handle downward until it locks in at the 6 o'clock position, which will lock over the center of the button panel.

Repeat the process with the work bowl lid. The blade does not need to be present for the motor to engage, if this is an assembly issue.

May 10, 2009 | KitchenAid KFP740 Food Processor

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Have trouble getting it to start


The Kitchenaid food processors have a few safety features implimented. If the unit is not assembled properly, this may prevent the unit from turning on. I am thinking this is an issue of assembly because the light is on, so the unit is definitely getting power.

Proper assembly is below:

If it isn't all ready, please disassemble the entire unit. This means removing the blade and/or disc, blade, removing work bowl, work bowl lid, and blade.

Start by placing the work bowl onto the motor base. The work bowl handle should be facing at 9 o'clock, which is out to your left. Rotate the handle downward until it locks in at the 6 o'clock position, which will lock over the center of the button panel.

Repeat the process with the work bowl lid. The blade does not need to be present for the motor to engage, if this is an assembly issue.

Mar 04, 2009 | KitchenAid KFC3300 Mini Chopper 3 Cups...

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How do i remove the blade of of the bowl?


Remove bowl lid first
Then twist bowl to left (as you face front of machine)
Lift bowl up - blades will come with it

Feb 11, 2008 | Cuisinart BFP-703 SmartPower Duet Food...

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Stuck dough blade


On the DLC 7 Pro cuisinart the blade was removed by removing
the plastic bottom. Make sure the unit is unplugged. Remove the four rubber pads on the bottom. This was the hardest part because the pads are glued so securely that the inner rubber surface tears as it's removed. I used two flat blade screwdrivers and worked carefully, back and forth. Using a #2 philips, remove the four screws. Place the unit on its side and while inserting a screwdriver between a spoke and the motor frame gently turn the blade counter clockwise. Be careful not to put pressure against the cooling fins. Very little pressure was needed and the blade came right out. I might have been able to hold the shaft from turning without removing the bottom, by going through the vent slots in the bottom, but I was concerned with cracking the plastic. To replace the rubber pads I matched the design of the torn rubber pad with the shape (design) of the surface glued rubber and used thin two-sided tape.

Dec 27, 2007 | Cuisinart DLC-5 Food Processor

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