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Cannot Remove Beater from Pedastal

I have a kitchenaide beater with a flat beater. I can no longer remove the blade. It is the type that you push up and turn. It usually comes off easily, but it is now impossible to push up on the blade. The metal piece with the spring, to which the blade is attached, does not give at all. What can I do?

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Well theres a couple of things you can do one is to soak the spring and ring in warm water with a dish cloth then take a butter knife and try to pry it up very carefully this usually works the other is to steam it free but that is very time consuming.

Posted on Dec 21, 2009

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