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Bad internal gears "Braun Multimix 220 watt" 4 in 1 handmixer

I did replace them in the past, local vendor not in business. Did search online, no results. Please help. Thanks, Jan

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Www.smallappliance.com has the gear box as well as the motor available.
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Braun 4642 Mixers user guide


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Nov 12, 2012 | Braun M880 MultiMix Hand Mixer

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Hello, I have a Braun multimix 220 watt, and just recently it has stopped working. The blades turn but when I try to use them to chop (eg onions, mango) they get stuck and the motor just makes a whirring...


It sounds like to scnearios are likely; First, the gears inside the mixer can brake if overloaded, and secondly the motor may be damaged. If the motor is damaged, it usually makes extra noise when running, sparks may fly, and overheating and burnt smell can be observed. If not it is probably a broken gear or two. The gears for this mixer can be obtained as a kit containing all the nylon gears and they are quite reasonably priced. You will need to open up the mixer by splitting the two halves. Spare parts can be found either from your local supplier, from braun.com online or any other online supplier of parts. Please see this link for information on how to open it up to access the gears.

http://www.fixya.com/support/t3875766-braun_multimix_280_will_only_operate

Apr 30, 2011 | Braun M880 Multimix Hand White Mixer

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My Braun 220 has lost power suggesting motor dying. Can I purchase a replacement hand unit as all the attachments are OK.


I very much doubt if you will be able to purchase the hand unit on its own, and I also doubt if there will be any great saving in doing this.

Feb 06, 2011 | Braun M880 MultiMix Hand Mixer

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We have a Cuisinart Hand Mixer Model # HM70 and the Beaters do not stay in the mixer holes. Can this be fixed in any way? Jack


Cuisinart hand mixers are not repairable. You can buy replacement accessories like beaters, but you can't buy any internal replacement parts.

I have a Cuisinart HM-70 and I stripped the plastic gears inside by trying to mix a really thick dough. It was easy to open and get to the plastic gears. When I called Cuisinart to try to get replacement gears, they said that they don't sell replacement parts and their hand mixers are not repairable. I looked all over the internet and no one sells internal parts.

Unless your mixer is still under warranty, I believe that you're out of luck and your mixer is headed to the electronics recycle pile.

Most handmixers today are sold with plastic gears - including high end brands like Viking. For me the lesson learned is to buy low end hand mixers (don't buy a top of the line 9 speed mixer) and treat them like they're disposable when they break.

Dec 03, 2010 | Cuisinart HM-70 220 Watts Hand Mixer

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I need a chopper attachment for my Braun M880 multimix hand mixer


See
http://www.smallappliance.com/product.asp?pid=5623&cur=USD&sid=18956&mid=5&gid=18978&prdCls=P&PartsPaNu=1&shopBy=Brand
(2 pages)

And you will find spare parts online for your braun which i believe is model nr 4642 (se baseplate).

For a chopper attachment; you may need bowl plus rotating blade.

You may also use braun's own spare parts finder at:
http://www.service.braun.com/product/product.asp?rg=NA&c=US&l=GB&typ=pf&frmTyp=s&grp=0&s=4642&subgrp=&des=&sgrp=s&sString=4642'HH'HH06'H'MultiMix&seite=2

But you will have to contact one of the authorised service partners to buy.

Sep 01, 2010 | Braun M880 MultiMix Hand Mixer

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Necesito un recambio para un multimix braum m880. ¿cómo lo puedo pedir? gracias. mi email: fanyclarinet@hotmail.com


According to my limited spanish I assume you need spare parts?
I suggest braun.com internationally, and also smallappliance.com if you live in the US.
You will find the 4-digit type number required on the base plate.

Feb 17, 2010 | Braun M880 MultiMix Hand Mixer

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I've lost the blade for my Multimix 280 watts that goes in the chopper. can I order a replacement?


Yes. You can find spares at smallappliance.com. navigate by brand and category.Your 4-digit type code can be found on the base plate. Otherwise, you can use Braun.com and their spare parts nr locator by searching for the 4-digit product code. Note the number and contact one of the authorized dealers from the list.

Dec 17, 2009 | Braun M880 MultiMix Hand Mixer

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My handmixer suddenly stopped working while i was


sounds like the beater is not all the way in or it broke a gear

Mar 12, 2009 | Braun M880 MultiMix Hand Mixer

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