kitchenaid food-processors

Information about the problems and breakdowns of KitchenAid food processors that were reported from 2000 to 2014.

Common problems: sharp edges.

Faulty modules: buttons.


1 safety recalls announced

Food Processors Recalled by KitchenAid

  • Date: 10/5/2000

Voluntarily recalling about 220,000 food processors for repair. A cap on the blade unit can dislodge during use. When dislodged, the cap can get mixed in with food, presenting a choking hazard. The recall involves KitchenAid 5-cup and 7-cup food processors sold under the model names Little Classic, Little Ultra Power and 7-Cup Ultra Power.

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3 issues reported

KitchenAid KFP0930W40

  • Date: 3/14/2014

Consumer stated that while removing food processor from its packing materials one of blades located within foam insert fell out of insert, slicing right hand. Consumer required emergency care at hospital to close laceration. Laceration severed three nerves.

KitchenAid KFP1330

  • Date: 9/28/2014

The food processor did not grate mozzarella cheese, it'd clump. The consumer then froze the cheese first for a short time to firm it up. It grated the first portion of the cheese, but the end piece balled up and the cover of the unit flew up into the air nearly missing her.

KitchenAid KFP715WH2

  • Date: 10/8/2014

31 YOF had top part of her finger and part of her nail chopped in food processor. While top part was removed, on button was accidentally pushed & unit started. Her finger was too close to blade of slicing disk, & it cut her left index finger. She received first aid.

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