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Can't disassemble the cutting blade from the bowl. seems jammed

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  • rlecomte169 Dec 22, 2010

    Hi Daniel!
    I have done what you suggested but it is still stuck or jammed in between the shaft. Any other suggestions?
    We are in the middle of preparing food for XMAS...
    Thanks
    Roland

  • rlecomte169 Dec 22, 2010

    I have done what you suggested and it is still stuck. Any other suggestions?
    Thanks
    Roland

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Hi

Try and use a screwdriver and apply pressure equally to both sides of the bowl with the blade that's stuck, a push from under the bowl will do the trick. If this doesn't help then there maybe something stuck or jammed in between the shaft, soak the bowl in hot water for a while and try the above trick again. Please check the below links for exploded schematics of your food processor--

Exploded diagram Link

Exploded diagram Link 2

Hope this helps... Please post back if you need more information.

Daniel

Posted on Dec 21, 2010

  • Daniel Scott
    Daniel Scott Dec 22, 2010

    If the hot water thing did not help the use a screw driver to open it.

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