Which Model is my Cuisinart Food Processor Made In Japan
Hello everyone.....I need help. I just bought an almost brand new Cuisinart Food Processor that is made in Japan. However, there is no model # indicated on the bottom of the fp. I have a link from Ebay where I bought it from. If someone can help me the model #, that would be great. Thanks in advance.
Take a look at this listing on Ebay. Sorry I could not attach the pic, it won't allow me to save the image.
If you notice, the warning on the bottom of the toggle that reads "Warning: Read Instructions Before Using." is exactly as the one shown on the one I just bought.
The DLC-5 looks exactly the same in terms of model, however, it's missing that warning.
I suspect the DLC-5 is the newer version of DLC-10.
This is what the seller replied...
"I didn't find a cup specification, but the booklet does list the part numbers all starting with the DLC designation. The chopping blade itself is marked DLC-10. Also, the booklet says that this Basic Model is compatible with all DLC-10 Plus parts. I'm sure if you google the dlc-10 you could find its bowl capacity. We did measure the bowl if you are good at computing volumes of a cylinder. It is 4 3/4" tall and 6 1/2" in diameter."
However, to be precise, when I get the actual item, I promise to upload pics of the fp and the manual.
Thanks for your help and have a great weekend!
Just want to update you with my food processor. It came today and it is Practically brand new. No sign of use. Anyhow, it's the DLC-5. It comes with 2 slicing discs (DLC-103 and DLC-108) and the the regular stainless steel blade.
Even though it looks outdated, it feels very very sturdy, and the motor is quiet.....
About 3 years ago, my mother in law gave me her food processor which had been sitting in her basement for God knows how long. I was pleasantly surprised to find it is made in Japan. It works great.