Food processor part.

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  1. shteii01

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    I am in US of A. I got a Hamilton Beach food processor with broken timing belt/geared drive belt. So I googled it, found two places. One place says they have them in stock, second place does not have them in stock.
    http://www.abtecparts.com/
    http://www.marbeck.com/

    Does anyone know of other places in US that stock parts for kitchen/home appliances?
    It just seems odd, to me, that I found the part I am looking for in only two places.
     
  2. MaxHeadRoom

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    You don't necessarily need to go to an appliance parts store for a timing belt, there are usually mechanical supply houses in most large cities that either stock it or can bring it in quite quickly, you need to see if there is a number on it or measure the pitch, width and length.
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  4. shteii01

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    Max, thank you for advice, unfortunately there is nothing on the belt itself.

    Ernie, thank you for the links. Neither place has parts for my food processor. But they might have parts for some other stuff I have around the house that need fixing, so I do appreciate the links, I know they will come handy soon.
     
  5. MaxHeadRoom

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    You can measure the appropriate dimensions easily, if stuck, there are sites such as Misumi that stock all kinds of belts etc, both metric and imperial.
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