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I was kneading dought with my professional 600 and it stoped all of a sudden...there is a smell from the moter

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When the kitchenaid overheats when mixing dough many times its just the thermister that has blown. This part is available from radio shack for about$1. 125v 135-150 degrees. just repace it and you may be in luck. the thermister acts as an overload fuse when the motor get bogged down and overheats instead of the motor blowing the thermister blows to protect the motor.

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