Question about Kenwood Food Processors
I have solved it at last! Remove the 5 screws on the bottom. There are 2 more screws (which may be blackened with oil) located through the grille directly below the motor. They're stumpy little things with gripping washers. I had to bend the plastic grille thingys to get screwdriver in. Once released, these will enable the whole base to be removed. Then there are 3 screws to get the plate off to put the new belt on. Put the belt around the big cog. Replace the 3 screws of the plate. The motor drive is loose now so you can angle the drive cog to attach the belt to this. Using gravity by turning the processor on it's edge you should with some fiddling be able to put the stumpy screws back in - took me a couple of goes. Replace the 5 screws and robert is a very close relative.
Posted on Jan 29, 2011
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