Mixmaster Disassembly & Service Manual
by Dave Harnish
Covering models ("Service no.") MMA, MMB, 1-7A, and
other 70's mixers with removable cords
I get a lot of questions about repairing these great
old mixers, and especially about getting them apart, so this illustrated
manual covers those details.
These Mixmasters, sometimes affectionately called
"PlasticMasters", are often considered lesser quality machines than
their all-metal predecessors, but they've proven to be long-lasting,
reliable little kitchen workhorses.
This 28 page manual includes many photos of an actual
teardown, and covers disassembly and the most common
repairs of these machines. It is instantly
downloadable in pdf format.
|We are simply delighted with your manual! You did a
splendid job! We salvaged our machine from my friend's recently
deceased 94-year-old mother's kitchen. "Not a Kitchenaid," I
sniffed, and it sat on a shelf until I was confronted with a
recipe that really needed a standing mixer. I very skeptically
tried it out on egg whites and, by golly, it did fine! Now I am
having great fun restoring it to its original 1970's luster.
Your manual will help us keep it humming, I'm sure. Many
thanks! - Kathy H, Elgin, IL
File size is about 10MB - not huge, so it's a pretty
quick and very easy download. I get $13.50 for it (plus $.81 sales tax
if you live in the state of Pennsylvania)
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