Electric hand whisk problem

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oscarthegrouch

Electric hand whisk problem

Hi everyone!

I would like to ask with regards to my electric handwhisk which started making funny noises whilst I was making some cream cheese icing for my cupcakes.

To me, the noise sounded like the whisk froze up but to be honest, I'm not really sure.

If anyone out there has any theories, I'd really appreciate hearing them out.

Many thanks in advance.

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Elpe

Hand whisk

I've had a Kenwood hand whisk for ages and it's fine but I've heard that the plastic cog wheels which turn the beaters can wear away. Personally (probably stupidly) I'd squirt some silicone spray on them and/or email the manufacturer's customer service and hope for a response. Best of luck!

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JAMES

Hand Whisk.

A new one is less that four quid.................

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Mouldy Sok

electric hand wisk problem

I have had loads in my time i used to make novalty cakes when the kids were smaller which got out of hand when all the other mothers asked me to make theirs too.... however back to the question. you may have burnt out the motor so i am with James on this one need a new one - and you don't need to spend a fortune on one.

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oscarthegrouch

Thanks...

Thanks for your replies. As my whisk is still covered by a warrantary, I will go to where I got it and get them to troubleshoot it or replace it with a new one.

 
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