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The lever to start the machine the one that moves to the right to select the speeds won't move

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Are you sure the bowl is locked into place? If it is, also check the safety mechanism that the bowl moves in order for the mixer to turn on to ensure that it isn't broken and is moving as the mixer won't turn on if the bowl isn't turning off this safety feature which is probably broken if the mixer start arm won't move.


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