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Care And Cleaning; Beater To Bowl Clearance - KitchenAid Professional 600 Series Instructions And Recipes Manual

Bowl-lift stand mixer
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Care and Cleaning
Bowl,
white
flat
beater
and white
spiral
dough
hook
may be washed
in an automatic
dishwasher.
Or,
clean them
thoroughly
in hot sudsy
water
and rinse completely
before
drying.
Wire whip,
burnished
spiral dough
hook
and burnished
flat
beater
should
be hand
washed
and dried
immediately.
Do not wash
wire
whip,
burnished
spiral
dough
hook
and burnished
flat
beater
in a
dishwasher.
Do not store
beaters
on shaft.
NOTE: Always
be sure to unplug
stand
mixer
before
cleaning.
Wipe
stand
mixer
with
a soft,
damp
cloth.
Do not use household/
commercial
cleaners.
Do not
immerse
in water.
Wipe
off beater
shaft frequently,
removing
any
residue
that
may accumulate.
Beater to Bowl Clearance
Your stand
mixer is adjusted
at the factory
so the flat beater
just clears the
bottom
of the bowl.
If, for any reason,
the flat beater
hits the bottom
of the
bowl
or is too far away from
the bowl,
you can correct
the clearance
easily.
1. Unplug
stand
mixer.
2. Place bowl-lift
handle
in down
position.
3. Attach
flat beater.
4. Adjust
so flat beater just clears
bottom
surface
of bowl when
in
lifted
position
by turning
screw
(A) counterclockwise
to raise the
bowl
and clockwise
to lower
the
bowl.
Just a slight
turn
is all that
is required:
the screw will not
rotate
more than
1/4 turn
(90 degrees)
in either
direction.
(The full range of adjustment
is
1_turn,
or 180 degrees.)
5. Place bowl-lift
handle
in up
position
to check clearance.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 if necessary.
NOTE: When
properly
adjusted,
the
flat beater
will not strike on the
bottom
or side of the bowl.
If the
flat beater
or the wire whip
is so
close that it strikes the bottom
of
the bowl,
coating
may wear off the
beater
or wires
on whip
may
wear.
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