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Hobart N50 vintage copper bowl insert not fitting?

January 10, 2013 - 5:52am -- ratatouille

So the N50 finally arrived back from MixedUpJake, after having a full motor rewind and everything... ( long story.. more on that later)

 

and for some reason, the Copper insert bowl i bought off ebay doesn't fit in the bowl.

 

The bowl fits the mixer perfectly.

 

Is there a 'different' bowl this is meant for?  a 5.5 qt bowl???

 

 

sorry, i don't know where else to put this...

 

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Old Kitchen Aid stand mixer

December 18, 2012 - 9:51am -- JaneEyre24

Hi all,

 

My mom has had my great grandmother's kitchen aid mixer for as long as I can remember and has never had a bowl to use with it. This year we decided to replace the missing bowl but I am kind of at a loss of where to look. I saw on another thread that not all of the new bowls will fit the old models (which makes perfect sense.) My question is this: Where would you reccomend I look to have the best bet at finding a compatible bowl. Unfortunately, at this time I do not have the model number. Thanks!

 

Amy

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3 qt bowl for Hobart C-100 10 qt

November 8, 2010 - 9:04pm -- SurebetVA
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I have 3 small bowls for the 10 quart Hobart C-100 or C-100T mixer (Old Style).  These are the bowls that fit the 3 quart adapter that went with the earlier 10 quart Hobart's C-100 model.  I also have one 3 quart adapter.  I recently purchased an old C-100 mixer that came with the 3 quart adapter and the 3 bowls but I do not have the 3 quart attachments required that go with this 10 quart mixer.  Looks to be about 40 years old would be my guess.  Heavy Stainless Steel bowls just like the 10 Quart bowl but smaller.

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KA Professional 600 Bowl slipping off the tab in the back?

January 19, 2010 - 10:36am -- Stephanie Brim

Anyone else had the problem of the bowl slipping off that little tab in the back that you pop it into before you raise the bowl? Don't exactly know what to do about it and I can't get bagel dough to knead properly unless I figure it out. I'm okay with doing something myself, but I can't think of anything that would work. Extending the little metal piece that pops into the tab would be my best guess as to what to do, but I'd have to find someone to machine the little part and then put it on for me. Worst case there, though, is that I'd have to buy a new bowl if it didn't work.

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Trouble removing bowl from KitchenAid after kneading

June 7, 2007 - 10:15am -- Rosalie

This keeps happening to me, but nobody else has mentioned it.  I haven't mentioned it, either, so that doesn't mean much.  And it happened again last night.

I have a KitchenAid Classic, 4.5 quart bowl.

When I finished kneading some bread dough, I had trouble removing the bowl.  The kneading action tightens the bowl, and I spent ten minutes trying to remove it.  I even wrote myself a note before I began this time about which way to turn the bowl to get it off later.

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