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Introducción

The Hamilton Beach 10-Cup Food Processor & Vegetable Chopper with Bowl Scraper (Model 70730) is a versatile machine that provides the functions of a food processor, food chopper, and vegetable chopper. The device has two speeds plus pulse and 450 watts of power.

This guide outlines the steps to replace the motor connecting the drive shaft to the chopping blade.

Warnings:

  • Be sure device is unplugged before beginning replacement.
  • Be aware of lubricant along the bottom of the drive shaft.

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  1. Hamilton Beach 70730 Motor Replacement, Bowl: paso 1, imagen 1 de 1
    • Unscrew the cover by turning it counterclockwise.

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    • Grab the scraper by the midsection to remove.

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    • Carefully remove the blades by lifting them off of the blade shaft.

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    • Rotate the bowl counterclockwise to release it from the base.

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    • Make sure there is no food or grime along the outside of the bowl or the base.

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    • Using a metal spudger, pry the switch from the front of the device.

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    • Using the metal spudger, remove the four adhesive plastic covers that hide the screws.

    • These covers are adhered to the screws.

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    • Remove any excess glue that is adhered to the screws with the precision tweezers.

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    • Using a JIS #1 driver, remove the four 10 mm screws.

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    • Lift the driveshaft off of the base.

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    • Reach in and remove the set of 3 gears.

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    • Remove the four 8 mm JIS #1 screws that were revealed after removing the set of gears.

    • There will be lubricant on the screws.

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    • Flip the device over so the bottom is visible.

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    • Using a JIS #1 screwdriver, remove each of the four suction cups that are attached to the bottom of the food processor.

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    • Using a JIS #1 screwdriver, remove the four 12 mm screws on the bottom.

    • The screws are recessed about 3 mm inside of the device and may not be easily visible.

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    • Remove the two 4 mm screws underneath the on/off switch with a JIS #1 screwdriver.

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    • Pull the bottom plate away from the base.

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    • Using a JIS # 1 screwdriver, remove the three screws on the white bracket.

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    • Remove the white bracket and guide the wires away from their holders. Be careful not to dislodge the spring held inside the base.

    • Be careful not to dislodge the spring on the cylindrical white piece next to it.

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    • The motor can now be removed from the inside of the food processor.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Thanks for the guide! I would never have thought to dig through the grease in the gearbox to find the 4 machine screws buried under there. Turns out that my motor is fine, but the thermal fuse strapped to the windings burned out. $5 fix for a $150 device!

Louis H - Contestar

I didnt see any thermal fuse

Micah the Challenger -

On the bottom of the motor, connected to red lead, wrapped in white shielding

Fidel Cashflow - Contestar

My Hamilton Beach food processor stopped working. So I ordered another bottom part(motor assembly) but t it will not come on either. Are they not interchangeable?

nelda lowe - Contestar

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