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Hamilton Beach(Proctor Silex?) 702-5 food processor

Hamilton Beach(Proctor Silex?) 702-5 food processor

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    Default Hamilton Beach(Proctor Silex?) 702-5 food processor

    Bought a 702-5 Hamilton beach food processor. Need to disassemble to check/replace switch(es) without destroying. Big pulley seems attached w/press on serrated ID spring metal washer on plastic shaft. Need exploded view/PDF. Called them in NC, got a woman who said they didn't have/give out such because "consumer" could burn down house in repair attempt. Seems Hamilton Beach/Proctor Silex folk are "repair unfriendly". Any help out there?

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    Relieved my ignorance on the "push nut", got it off w/o damaging the plastic shaft by using tiny screwdriver to slightly raise each of the tabs 'till it'd slip off. Thought those were "spring" steel but they're just mild. Used drive end of 3/8" drive 5/8" socket to bend tabs back down uniformly then used hex end to push "nut" back on. The pulley/shaft is loose press hex, pulley even has "wrong side" molded on top side. Were good to go, ready to launch!

    Thanx Jeff

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