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KFP750 Food processor: motor seems to be frozen. Can it be repaired?

I hear a hum when I try to turn it on, but the shaft doesn't turn.

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Repairing these items are not cost effective
you can take it to an appliance repair shop but parts if available will be close to the cost of a new unit

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