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Make sure the KitchenAid Mixer is firmly plugged into a working outlet and the cord is not twisted or split. ... If your mixer still will not turn on, it might be a problem with the motor brushes. If the brushes are worn down ... The most common sign of a failing hall sensor is if your mixer increases to top speed and then shuts down.
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Jul 12, 2017 - Once the steam has dissipated, the unit should turn on again (about 3 minutes). Resolution: If the mixer could have overheated during use let the mixer cool for at least 30 minutes and try to re-start. If you were making mashed potatoes when the mixer shut off it's possible that with excessive steam the unit ...
KitchenAid®. Classic Stand Mixer. Speed Control. Theory of Operation. And. Troubleshooting Guide. (revision date 6/19/2012). D. Pahl ... Mixer Does Not Shut Off page 6. Mixer Does Not Turn On page 7 ... the motor is not running (OFF) the governor ball plate is at its farthest forward position and when the motor is running at ...
The switch on the titanium has a flimsy week point and is always breaking. This is a stupid economy by Kenwood when there is now so much good competition. Mine broke after only 6 months and Kenwood were less than helpful suggesting I took back to where I bought it - 500 miles away!! I wish I had bought a Kitchen Aid
hi its not necessarily the motor but could be some capacitors on the speed control unit ( the control knob is attached to it) spares are reasonable to buy .you can find a dealer from kenwood.co.uk website..
I'm not quite sure about this answer but it occurs to me that it could be the governor. It sits at the back end of the armature and as the speed control is slid to faster speeds the governor moves away from its rest position pressing against the control plate. If the governor's pivots were to be binding, even slightly, it would explain the symptoms you are describing. A service manual can be found at: