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I wish to replace the drive belt of my Kenwood food processor, how do I get inside it?! I have the replacement belt.

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You can do it just use the right screw driver. some unit use cross philips screw other unit use flat screw type. so check it out before doing that.

Posted on Feb 04, 2011

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