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It's just a matter of the grease breaking down and leaking out. Take it apart, clean out all the old grease, and replace it. I've done it quite a few times.
By DAR on November 9, 2013
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Yes! The pasta attachment is amazing! I've made all of the shapes, but especially like the rigatoni style. Just be sure to check the manual for speed needed, as each shape requires a different speed. Also, after using it often, the best way to clean up, is to set all the pieces out over night and let the extra past… see more Yes! The pasta attachment is amazing! I've made all of the shapes, but especially like the rigatoni style. Just be sure to check the manual for speed needed, as each shape requires a different speed. Also, after using it often, the best way to clean up, is to set all the pieces out over night and let the extra pasta bits dry in the plate. They will brush right out in the morning. see less
By Lisa on December 11, 2013
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I think you will find this link very helpful in answering your question. I did not know much about the Professional, so this is the best I can do for you. I learned a lot from it. http://www.smallapplianceshortcuts.com/mixers/which-is-the-best-kitchenaid-mixer-for-me/
By mspete1 on December 10, 2013
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Mechanically, nothing. Appearance is the difference. With the white mixer you can see the labels, the lock knob, and the speed knob all are black. Whereas with the white on white, those things are all white.
By Amazon Customer on January 26, 2014
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Sorry to say but this mixer does what the other mixers, similar to this one, do. For example, cake batter sits at the bottom if you don't use a spoon or some type of spatula to aid in the mixing of all the ingredients. If you don't mind me saying, keep in mind why you may be considering this model or the pro model. It'… see more Sorry to say but this mixer does what the other mixers, similar to this one, do. For example, cake batter sits at the bottom if you don't use a spoon or some type of spatula to aid in the mixing of all the ingredients. If you don't mind me saying, keep in mind why you may be considering this model or the pro model. It'll mix things your typical less expensive round of the mill mixers can't mix and if you try, they'll burn out. It's one of the top reasons why I bought this model for my mom and the pro model for my wife. As a man, I look at what these machines can do long term. That's the reason I bought them. My mom and my wife simply love the fact that they now have a KitchenAid mixer displayed in the kitchen for everyone in the family to see, to be honest. Before spending this kind of cash, think about how much and what kind of ingredients you're mixing. For example, my wife loves making all kinds of breads so I bought the pro model to handle this type of mixing. My mom, on the other hand, doesn't as often therefore I bought her this model but still has the option to do some mixing to make dough. If your not going to do this type of mixing grab the base model and save yourself some money. Hope you didn't mind my long answer, just want to truly help a fellow cook make a wise choice. see less
By ME, San Antonio on December 6, 2015
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Personally, I find it to be more baby blue. Its a gorgeous antique color and thats exactly what I was going for.
By Amazon Customer on February 27, 2014
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no its not; thank you.
By joseph novotny on December 4, 2014
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Ours shakes a bit but not enough to rock the base. The hinge is always a bit loose so the top will rock around a bit.
By Amazon Customer on September 2, 2014
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Yes it does
By Brett P. on June 30, 2014
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I believe it secures with a small turn/rotation. One direction secures the bowl and the other releases it. It's basically a thread but only rotates about 5 degrees.
By DLG on October 9, 2014