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Older Hamilton Beach Mixer shock

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8:06 am
December 19, 2010


Hermione

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I have an older Hamilton Beach stand/hand mixer, circa 1970s, with all metal case. Very good condition and works as new. I was using it a week or so ago, and as I held the mixer and touched the faucet, I got a slight shock. The mixer seems to not be grounded properly. Is this fixable? I'd like to keep using it because it seems to be very good quality and would be difficult to replace (hand/stand mixers are rare these days).



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