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What is wrong with my Cuisinart?

Posted by suncoastdaylily (ealito1@tampabay.rr.com) on
Fri, Jan 2, 09 at 14:50

Hi,

I'm new to this forum and have spent some time today reading through the posts when it occurred to me that one or more of you could help me. I have a Cuisinart DLC-10 Plus food processor that I bought in the late 80's. This machine does NOT get a lot of use, maybe 10 times a year. I needed to use it during the holidays and I can't turn the bowl to take it off the base without hitting the handle hard with the heel of my hand. I don't have any idea why it's being so difficult. Any ideas?


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RE: What is wrong with my Cuisinart?

It's the natujre of the beast. Mine does the same thing.


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RE: What is wrong with my Cuisinart?

Me, too. It needs a hard bump. But it's been very serviceable for many years... more than 25, I'd guess. But it still works, and since I don't use it that often, I'd get a new one in a heartbeat if I used it more often.

Also you may want to heck out the Cooking forum, others may have more insoght over there, too.


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RE: What is wrong with my Cuisinart?

My 1980's Cuisinarts are like yours. Mine were made in Japan--that vintage, after France and before China. The bowls are difficult to maneuver. When I replaced them after they cracked, the replacements were even more of a pain to work with. I replaced the entire bunch with a Magimix 4200. It's heavenly. Smooth and easy action on all functions.


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