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This is a kitchen aid. BUT!!!! it is an international model that was sold in countries with 220 volts. Look underneath the mixer for a white tag it should have a model number and a serial number, if you can get us those numbers then we can help with the parts. Hope this helps.
If you mean inside the gearbox then you need gear oil. Ask for it at a restaurant supply. if you mean grease for around other moving parts remember that it would be wise to find something that is food grade in case it gets into your product.
Search for your mixer model in the Discontinued Products area.
Download file# F6731.pdf On page 4 find the drawing labled PL 2523 If your reassembly geometry doesn't match that of the drawing, you must correct it. If this solution has assisted you please rate it. Good luck!
Parts are no longer availiable for these units as they are old.You may be able to find something online like ebay ect,ect.I work for hobart as a service tech and havent repaired one of these units in 15 yrs.