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The chances of finding new circuit board are slim if none at all they dont sell circuit boards for these just the replacable parts that can be resoldered to the board itself so im sure they dont sell the boards and i have never seen any boards for sale in all the years i have worked on electronic boards. The only way you could come across whole board is by buying one that has a different problem you might get one of auction site but is it worth it when you might be not sure what is wrong with the one you buy. If the whole board is up the shoot then the only thing to do is buy new one sorry couldnt offer anymore help but they dont sell the boards the only sell the spare parts i have tryed this route before with small electronics and they just dont do them. Unlesss im wrong if i am let me know try using search engine and type in :circuit board for "then give make and model here" Im sure they dont but you never know you might be lucky would love to know
If you are making it do alot of work it may be slowing down enough to heat up. This will trip a thermal cutoff. Fortunately that one resets and you don't have to have an expensive repair. But now it may have overheated a few times and will start to burn off the varnish that insulates one winding from another. It will eventually burn out if you work it too hard. Can you get a more powerful one? Do you do this often?
not sure if this helps, but we bought the same FP270 11 months ago & use it 3-4 times a week with juicing attachment with carrots & apples. Last week the motor started to smell, and motor burnt out completely today with dust & noxious smoke coming out of the bottom. The Good Guys exchanged it for FPM270 with no hassles under warranty. I don't think the motor is powerful enough for serious kitchen work & had many cracks in the plastic parts.
Hi there: hate to say but it sounds like the Garb D.'s motor has failed. Perhaps due to a jam up in the blades. The motor will cook before the circuit breaker if the breaker it is on is greater than 15amp. Solution... Turn the power off and try to turn the grinding impeller blades.. If they spin freely on first attempt, which I doubt they will, then the motor is K-put. Hopefully it has a built in thermal trip and will reset itself. But while you have the power is off, clean it out. If you do that and it hums only, you will need to replace motor. sorry
It is overheating, probably because it is being overworked. Some common problems are overloading the bowl, or forcing too much food into the hopper on top. Once it overheats, it will kick out again rather quickly the next time unless the motor has time to cool. If you are shredding cheese, slow down on the amount of cheese forced into the blade. If you are trying to mix heavy dough you are probably overloading the bowl as well. This machine can't handle over a pound of pizza dough without overheating. The reset button is there to keep from burning the motor out. If you continue to reset and force feed the machine, it will burn the motor out. Good luck, hope this helps.