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 Posted: Sun Jan 24th, 2010 04:50 pm
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I have a Waring Pro MG100 meat grinder. The gear case contains a number of plastic gears. The first gear, the one turned by the motor's shaft/worm gear, has worn down and the result is that the grinder doesn't turn. The motor runs fine.

I'm looking for a source to purchase replacement gears and am coming up blank. Suggestions appreciated.

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 Posted: Sun Jan 24th, 2010 05:01 pm
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cant just buy the gear, you have to buy the entire motor which is $65...probably better to just buy a new meat grinder unless you can somehow match the gear up to a gear from something else or have one made.



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I was afraid of that. Thanks for the information.

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your quite welcome



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