Looking for a training video online for replacing the “starting” arm on a trash compactor.


Looking for a training video online for replacing the “starting” arm...

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Ron Larrivee
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Has anyone replaced the thin metal arm on a Kitchen Aid Trash compactor that presses against the start button on their trash compactor (when you raise the foot pedal), with the “new” factory recommended kit? Is there a video of the repair out there online? Model # KUCSO3FTPAO
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Thank you for your post on The Repair Forum today.

I`m sorry to say that Kitchen-Aid does not have a video on changing of any parts on a trash compactor.

We are even lucky if they come out with a service manual .

You may want to try (Youtube) ,some one may have made their own video !!



Woody

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