Question about KitchenAid ProLine 600 Stand Mixer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi Gail. Kitchenaid no longer has a Parts List for your model. This means that they consider it obsolete. Do an Internet search for parts. You may get lucky. Good luck!
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Posted on Apr 04, 2009
Kitchenaid stand mixer attachments are considered universal, which means compatible with all mixers. However, all Hobart attachments pre-date the new motors of Kitchenaid and would not be compatible with Kitchenaid mixers.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
SOURCE: KitchenAid 600, Stand Mixer -
If the beater is grinding when it meets resistance, it generally indicates that an internal gear has broken or been stripped.
With the Professional 600 stand mixer, up to 14 cups of white flour or only 8 cups of any flour are recommended at one time. Speed 2 is the only speed that should be used for bread dough and it should never be kneaded for longer than 7 minutes. Failure to do any of these things make cause problems for the mixer motor.
If you are interested in self-repair, I recommend mendingshed.com. They have internal parts available to order and also have a .pdf file for the Kitchenaid Mixer Service Manual.
If you are interested in a repair facility, please visit the following link:
This is a listing of certified repair locations.
Also, if the mixer is less than a year old, Kitchenaid may replace it under their 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty. I would recommend calling their customer service. Their toll-free telephone number is:
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
It appears that you've got some internal transmission gear issues, and a situation similar to my wife's mixer, which we got new in Dec 2006. It could be as simple as the gears have become loose and are making different contact, hence the noise. The higher the speed, the louder, higher pitched sound you'll get. It may also be indicative of a potential gear failure (after all our increasing noise, the bevel gear broke and the mixer 'froze'). If your mixer is under warranty, contact Kitchenaid. If it's out of warranty, then take it apart and do a diagnostic exam of the gearing. Whatever you find you should be able to fix yourself. Be sure to have the Kitchenaid Part Manual (Part No. 8212278 Rev D) on hand if you attempt to disassemble yourself. It also lists all the parts so that you can determine, which parts, if any have failed. You'd think that the Kitchenaid name would warranty their mixers for a lifetime... So much for quality in America today!
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
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