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I have just purchased a kitchenaid ksm150psob from america and have changed the plug and sparks came out of the back.HELP!!!

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You probably have a different voltage than the US. Now the control board is shot, and needs to be replaced. Kitchenaid does not recommend a step-down transformer due to the difference in freqeuncy (50 vs 60Hz).

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