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This part is avaliable from us £68.00 +p&p

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There is also one joining the little gear inside the planetary to the shaft, doubt you'd break that one though.

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The grease leaking out of the KitchenAid mixer can be a common problem. Here is the cause, and how to fix it, and prevent this issue from happening in the future.

The KitchenAid mixers use a Benalene 930-2 grease inside of them. It is a dark, thick grease that can break down and leak out of the mixer. The grease is a non-toxic vegetable based grease, basically it is a food grade grease. Over time, or if you do not use your mixer often the grease can break down, so it would appear that there is oil leaking from the mixer. It is most common for it to leak from the beater shaft (agitator shaft) and from the drip ring.


What you need to do is take the mixer apart, clean out all of the old grease, replace it with about 6 ounces of new food grade grease (http://www.mendingshed.com/kagrease.html). It is also recommended that your replace the o-ring on the center shaft (http://www.mendingshed.com/67500-55.html) and the gearbox gasket (http://www.mendingshed.com/mixergasket.html).

To prevent the grease from breaking down in the future if you do not use the mixer very often, it is recommended that you pull the mixer out and run it for about 2 minutes every 3-4 weeks, this should stop the grease from breaking down as quickly.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

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Utencils touch the bottem of bowl


it sounds like the planetary has gotten loose and dropped down. Check out this parts list so you can see how it is put together.

http://shared.whirlpoolcorp.com/assets/pdfs/literature/Repair%20Part%20List%20-%208212057.pdf

Try pushing up on the shaft which holds the mixing attachments. It should not move more than 1/32 inch - if it does then something inside the gearhead is worn and you will have to take it apart. If the whole planetary moves up and down then something deeper in the gearbox is worn.

To take it apart lay it on its side and carefully pry the chrome ring off. Now drive out the pin that goes thru the planetary and the shaft. Now pull the whole planetary off its shaft. Remove the six screws underneath plus the other screws you can see from the bottom of the gearbox - there are 4 more. Now carefully pull the top half of the gearbox from the bottom half, which will expose the gears. Examine for worn parts and replace the necessary ones.

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http://shared.whirlpoolcorp.com/assets/pdfs/literature/Repair%20Part%20List%20-%208204525.pdf

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TRY REPLACING GREASE IN GEARBOX AND MAKE SURE YOUR FELT COVER IS IN PLACE (AND CLEAN) THAT SITS UNDER GEARBOX.
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Parts manuals are available for viewing and free download at www.hobartservice.com

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The blades in my Kenwood mixer keep slipping out of the housing. I can't see anything wrong with the blades so it must be the fitting inside.


Yes! we can supply this part£ 15.00 + p&p shaft size 14mm,If yours is differant size it would be new gearbox.(vertical drive shaft)

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Item: kenwood chef km201 Problem: Leaking grease from mixer shaft


Hi,

How old is the machine?

The leaking comes from the lower gearbox assembly, ther are two kind of gearbox. There are two kind of vertical drive shaft, 14mm and 12,7mm that goes through the gearbox.

You can try to replace the grease, make sure that is vegetable grease.

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