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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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HOBART KITCHENAID MIXER EXCELLENT CONDITION WITH ALL ATTACHMENTS

September 24, 2012 - 6:04am -- TastefulLee
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Kitchenaid HOBART (i.e. it can actually handle dough kneading) Mixer in excellent condition. Comes with bowl shield, paddle & whisk attachments, and dough hook, plus 5 quart stainless steel mixing bowl. Photos are available upon request.

Beautiful off white color with very few blemishes. Simply stated it’s a workhorse.  Lack of counter space near an outlet and a recent lumbar disc herniation make it necessary for me to say goodbye to this reliable and favored member of my appliance family.

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Dough Mixer

June 20, 2012 - 5:46pm -- chykcha

Hello everyone, it's been a while since I have posted here. I saw many questions here about dough mixers, some of them unanswered. So when I was presented with the same challenge, I decided to post my experience, in case anyone finds it helpful.

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Kitchenaid Artisan Mixer Problems with Kneading

June 12, 2012 - 7:12am -- TastefulLee

Hi. I have owned a Kitchenaid Artisan Stand Mixer with a twisting lock bowl for about 3 years. I have used it successfully for soft doughs such as cookies, and general mixing purposes.

Since I began making bread about 7 months ago I have tried to use the dough hook for several different recipes of several different hydration levels, and every time I have the same problem - once the dough starts to come together it the adjustable arm (the one the dough hook is inserted into) begins to float wildly about, even though I have the switch in the locked position.

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