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Hobart N50 / KitchenAid Model G: how do i remove planetary?

Hi, i saw that you were a Hobart tech for a long time. i have a KitchenAid Model G which was made by Hobart and is identical to an old N50. this one is about 1938 vintage. it needs cleaning up and new grease but i cant get the planetary assembly off. i removed the ring and then the shaft pin but the planetary doesnt want to come off the shaft like it does for current model KitchenAid mixers. is the planetary assembly just stuck on the shaft for sitting all these years or is there something else i need to remove first? thanks in advance, dan 925-672-2143

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You need to remove all the back screws then if it doesnt come tap it with arubber mallet it may be seized on

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