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Food processor from Vorwerk manufactured and first distributed in 2014/2015 (Europe/US).

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Should I self repair the TM5 scales?

The scales stopped working by just showing 0000 or max limit weight figures when pressing the lid down. A few days later the scales seem to have recovered its sensitiveness yet it appears to be too sensitive and readings show changes even when untouched.

Is it at all worth attempting to repair it or send it to be repaired?

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Dear Jayeff,

Thanks for your reply. I had already visited ifixit (in fact that’s where we are!) and the link to Australia forum was of little use but for realising I am not alone. This leaves me with your suggestion to have it repaired by them. Not sure I am happy with that as warrant has expired. I had the thermomix wrapped up as it came on its first day for two years and only started using it 7 months ago. A 7 month life for a 1200€ device is a poor performance Mr Thermomix TM5!

Based on forums and personal experience I shall advise friends to go for cheaper alternatives.

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Hi,

If it is still covered by the manufacturer’s warranty, I suggest that you get it repaired by them.

If it is no longer under warranty, here’s a link to the ifixit Thermomix TM5 Repair guide which may be of some help in opening the device to ascertain what the problem may be.

This link may also be of interest. It seems that you are not alone in having problems with the scales in this device.

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