Question about KitchenAid KSB655 Blender
It's reverse threaded. strike clutch firmly in clockwise direction with a screwdriver/hammer. it should spin right off.
Posted on Aug 04, 2011
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There are two type of fittings for this gear. In some models it will be push in type, and for others it will be screw type. If your model has push type one, just pull out it from the shaft. You may have to excert a strong force to pull it out. If it is screw type, you have to open its lower lid by unscrewing its secrews, hold the cooling fan and hold the gear at the top, twist it in 'CLOCKWAYS' direction, [not counterclockwise], to screw it out. OK.
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