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post #181 of 188
My KA 5qt Professional plus mixer. I absolutely hate this thing. It is LOUD and feels like there is no power to it. In my old KA 5qt lift bowl, I can whip heavy cream at a 3/4 setting. On the new mixer you need to push it up to at least 6/8 to get the cream to whip right. Called KA twice and they tell me " It sounds normal" A mixer sounding like a jet engine is NORMAL?. Oh well, live and learn icon_cry.gificon_confused.gif
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post #182 of 188
Wintons Large leveler........waste.........of..........money
post #183 of 188
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Originally Posted by Gingoodies

My KA 5qt Professional plus mixer. I absolutely hate this thing. It is LOUD and feels like there is no power to it. In my old KA 5qt lift bowl, I can whip heavy cream at a 3/4 setting. On the new mixer you need to push it up to at least 6/8 to get the cream to whip right. Called KA twice and they tell me " It sounds normal" A mixer sounding like a jet engine is NORMAL?. Oh well, live and learn icon_cry.gificon_confused.gif



I feel the same way... My 6 qt. pro. KA makes me made.. I wish I had the 5 qt!!!!!

I have tried to adjust the screw like someone on here said to do but my attachments still scrape a little bit icon_sad.gif ... also it is SOOO loud icon_sad.gif
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I get enough excercise just pushing my luck
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Christi
(NO I am not a goat farmer LOL)


I get enough excercise just pushing my luck
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post #184 of 188
I just purchased the wilton professional turntable. the metal one that is pretty heavy. I absolutely hate it and am taking it back. it detaches every time you try to pick it up and if I had a cake on it would have lost it. anyone know of a better reasonably priced one? thanks
"I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me." Phil. 4:13
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post #185 of 188
yep, the wilton leveler - the large one,
the only thing I've successfully sliced is my finger!
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post #186 of 188
I actually use my wilton pans.I have little Nephews and the love pick out the pan that their cake will be,I also will be starting School and probally will learn to hate all of my stuff that I bought when I taught myself to use them.I have somethings I bought that I'm like "what the h*** is this for?!?!?"
I went to a cake decorator estate sale she was getting out of the business. icon_smile.gif
post #187 of 188
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Originally Posted by dydemus

yep, the wilton leveler - the large one,
the only thing I've successfully sliced is my finger!



OUCH!

I hate mine too. icon_cry.gif I used it once and now it is in my basement collecting dust. I just use a long knife and it works great.

Has anyone been successful in using it? Please let me know how.
post #188 of 188
Wow I love this thread. Thanks to yall I won't buy any wilton products except for the pans but not the character pans. I never had a problem with the pans. I have the leveler and it hasn't been a problem for me I feel like you just gotta use it very slowly and carefully. The embosser set I brought that but on sale but I will be taking that back tomorrow.
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