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The Legacy is an electronic mixer and the transmission does not have any gear, and it frequency convertor that works in phases 2 and 3. If the hook struggling when turns, check the transmission belt locasted at the top of the mixer, remove the cover first.
If the belt is loose, tense it with the screw on the base of the motor or replace the belt. If you can not fix it, let me know and I'll try something else.
error 99 stands for communication fault between timer board and the sr drive.there are 5 things that can cause this error.1.rs-485 cable disconnected or malfunction 2.1 con monitordisconnected or malfunction. 3.run/stop wiring disconnected or malfunction. 4.timer board malfunction. 5.sr drive malfunction. hope this helps, dont forget to vote, thanks, monomoy
Hi,im a hobart tech and know all these mixers well.What kind of mixer are you looking to write about?The differences are the sizes of bowls as 20qt,30qt,40qt,60,qt,80qt,140qt.Pick a mixer and i will write YOUR paper,but i want a fixya rating in return.
I know what these codes are: code 19 is that phase c is over current fault and code 23 is a motor stall fault.I would start by making sure you 3 phase wiring going into the mixer is there.I service these mixers as im a service tech for hobart.these units are very detailed and i can walk you thru some things to check but if you have an electrical problem you most likley will have to call a hobart service tech because we have special equipment to diagnose the fault.let me know it may be something simple as these mixers are usally maintenance free.