weston meat mixer parts



  • I wonder if anyone has the 44 pound meat mixer from Weston. I recently went to use mine and realized I am missing parts. On the opposite side of the handles on the mixer there is the metal piese that you slide in and the 2 screws that you use the allan wrench to tighten. What ever there is after this piece is missing. Can anyone assist so that I can purchase the correct part/parts. Not sure if there was a knob or a spring or just what is gone.


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    @gerygaub I have a Weston 44 lb meat mixer back in the video room, I took it apart and am attaching pictures of what I think is missing, it is just one bronze piece and then the black knob screws into this. It is called a Pivot Pin and I would imagine you could order a new one from Weston.

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