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The ball turns in opposite direction.

This is a commercial, three phase italian dough mixer. We have checked the wires, but nothing helped. When we switch it on, the ball turns the opposite way that the arrow on the ball shows, and the dough hook falls off. Does anyone knows what could be wrong with it?

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You have a 3 phase unit, it can run opposite direction if the main feed wires are not correct for the motor wiring. If you simply swap any two of the main electrical feed wires it will run in the opposite direction. This should correct your problem now. Enjoy.

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