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 If your knee doesn't touch the pavement, you're not leaning far enough.

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 If your knee doesn't touch the pavement, you're not leaning far enough.

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post #17 of 24

Oh...and ya can't forget this one...
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 If your knee doesn't touch the pavement, you're not leaning far enough.

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 If your knee doesn't touch the pavement, you're not leaning far enough.

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post #18 of 24

My favorite is the "TOUCHING WIRES CAUSES INSTANT DEATH! $200 FINE" Um, if you're dead, who are they going to fine? Is it a "fee" for the having to scrape the charred body off the wire? Do they sue your mom for you being stupid? There are just too many questions with this one!

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post #19 of 24
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My favorite is the "TOUCHING WIRES CAUSES INSTANT DEATH! $200 FINE" Um, if you're dead, who are they going to fine? Is it a "fee" for the having to scrape the charred body off the wire? Do they sue your mom for you being stupid? There are just too many questions with this one!

Agreed!!  I think they bill your estate?

 If your knee doesn't touch the pavement, you're not leaning far enough.

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 If your knee doesn't touch the pavement, you're not leaning far enough.

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post #20 of 24
I wondered about that too! I saw a report about a guy who accidentally walked into a train while texting, and a young lady was hit by a flying leg, or something, and it broke a bone and traumatized her (duh!) so the girl's family is during the dead guys family o.O That's just wrong!

But to stay on topic icon_wink.gif I would open it up and mess around, if you are comfortable. You can always open it up and peek in there and then make your decision. Just close it up, no harm done, if it looks too scary. And if the store will exchange it, no questions, I would just play inside and see what sort stuff I can mess with, but I always loved taking things apart! The best part is when you put it back together and it still works!
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post #21 of 24

There is a great YouTube video from ereplacementparts on taking your Kitchenaid apart, I looked at a lot and this was the easiest to follow. 

 

Personally I like the ads on tv 'if you or a loved one have suffered injury or death from using this product call us' - sure, let me call you because I died from taking this. 

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post #22 of 24

The whole, "Don't put your baby in the dryer" thing really gets me  cuz someone actually had to do it once if they're warning you about it.

 If your knee doesn't touch the pavement, you're not leaning far enough.

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 If your knee doesn't touch the pavement, you're not leaning far enough.

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post #23 of 24

Yup. Pretty much every annoying rule, warning and liability waiver out there comes from someone doing just that. And usually suing someone because they were too stupid to know better afterwards.

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post #24 of 24
I know your post is over a year old, but I've got to tell you that a couple years ago my ooooold KA mixer started doing the same thing. A month or so ago, I found instructions online on how to take the mixer apart and adjust the speeds (seemed a bit complicated and looked like I'd probably want to re-grease the gears then too, because they'll probably look disgusting). For some reason I neglected to send myself a link to the website...wasn't so smart, I know. I'll keep looking.

http://www.ehow.com/how_5958870_troubleshoot-kitchenaid-not-work-gears.html#page=0

Ok. Here is the one I found that might actually fix mine. I'm off next week and will try it. I'll also, I think, buy some good synthetic food-grade (kitchen appliance) grease.

On YouTube, also, the man from ereplacementparts does a great job showing repairs
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