Question about KitchenAid KSM150PS Artisan Series Stand Mixer
I used the mixer last night to make cookies, worked fine other than I noticed the area where you attach beater bars was lose. This morning when trying to show hubby what it was doing it would NOT turn on at all...... any ideas as to what could be wrong??
Hi Phyllis. Unplug the mixer, lay it down on one side and look for the pin that holds the planetary shaft in place next to (where you attach beater). The pin may have worked itself loose. If this pin is not all the way through it's opening, the shaft will not turn the planetary unit. Hopefully the pin did not come all the way out and you can tap it back in. If the pin is gone, It's in one of your cookies and hopfully you'll find it before anybody else does. Hope this helps. Ricardok45.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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