Dating sunbeam mixmaster


10-Apr-2020 09:03

There doesn't appear to be much "rhyme or reason" to Sunbeam's "service number" system during that time, but the good news is, they're all very reliable little machines, requiring very little repair or maintenance.

Unlike the earlier designs, they require no periodic oiling, and have none of the oiling ports of their older models.

I recently bought a Kenwood, can't remember what model it was about 9 and I love it. chef) which is more in your price range and all the reviews were very positive.

Plus it came with a mincer which would be handy if you would use one.

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On later, 70's and 80's models, Sunbeam complicated things a bit by changing the number we need from "model number" to "service number", but it's a lot easier to read.In 1946, this company changed its name to Sunbeam Corporation and developed the slogan "Best Electric Appliances Made". In fact, Sunbeam has been providing innovative electrical appliances to everyday Australians for over 100 years.To maintain revenue during the "off season", the company began producing small, innovative electrical appliances - which soon gained immense popularity.It all started in 1880, when two, enterprising gentlemen formed the Chicago Flexible Shaft Company, and began producing and selling sheep-shearing equipment.

To maintain revenue during the "off season", the company began producing small, innovative electrical appliances - which soon gained immense popularity. Your parents no doubt owned several Sunbeam appliances, as did your Grandparents.

As a general rule, 70's models normally have a cord that unplugs from the right side of the motor.