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Old 12-28-2006, 08:16 PM   #1
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Time to replace my Cuisinart

Seems that about 25+ years ago this fellow had a new kitchenware store in Bellevue Washington and needed some lighting fixtures. I needed a Cusinart and a Kitchenaid. WE swapped, fine deal for both of us.

Last year I had to get new beater for the Kitchenaid and this year the bowl of the Cusinart DLC-8E needed replacement.

I'm wondering if I should look at replacing the whole Cusinart and if so what is better now days. Obviously, I have no right to complain about what I have.

Bet his kitchen stuff lasted better than my light fixtures. Actually the state of the art in commericial lighting has really improved so the comparison is not really fair.

To summerize, What is good if I choose to replace the old Cuisinart? Thank you for your help.


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Old 12-28-2006, 09:34 PM   #2
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Robt, there are several earlier threads on the subject of food processors. Check them out and stand back for the responses.
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