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Old 04-01-2013, 08:50 AM   #1
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I have not long bought a kenwood chef, but when I am mixing even the lightest of ingredients on the lowest of setting, the head seems to shake/jump is this normal? is I run it with nothing in the bowl at all it seems fine

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Not sure....There is an adjustment for the beater height. Check the manual for instructions on adjustment.
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is there a lever to lock down the head? That may be the issue.
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they are all adjusted and the lever is down Im just not sure if its because of the planetary motion acting against whats in it
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Hi All

I have not long bought a kenwood chef, but when I am mixing even the lightest of ingredients on the lowest of setting, the head seems to shake/jump is this normal? is I run it with nothing in the bowl at all it seems fine

Thanks!
My KC is over 30 years old and sollid as a rock. Can you contact the makers and ask their advice? Although the company is now owned by the Italian firm De Longhi, Kenwood has an address in England

Kenwoodworld.com/uk

Kenwood Limited
1 Kenwood Business Park
New Lane, Havant
PO9 2NH
United Kingdom

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