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Replacement of lock and unlock lever

Need to know how to replace lock and unlock lever. Thanks, John

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Look for my posts on "Removing the motor cover". The lock is under the motor head. Its easy to find and fix.

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It sounds like the latch, link & lever assembly need to be replaced, it does require taking apart the mixer, but is a fairly easy fix.

Here is a link to the replacement part: http://www.mendingshed.com/24452-2.html

And also here is a link to the service manual: http://ep.yimg.com/ty/cdn/mendingshed/kitchenaidservicemanual.pdf

Page 15 will specifically talk about replaceing that assembly.

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The Service manual will walk you through removing the old speed control lever in an artisan mixer, and how to put it back together correctly.
Here is a link to the service manual: http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/mendingshed/kitchenaidservicemanual.pdf
Pay attention to pages 7 and 11 as these cover the removal and replacement of the speed control lever.
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The problem that you are experiencing is due to the torque that is put on the head while mixing dough. The lock is still working fine, although it is getting wear. You can replace the locking mechanism. However, it will work for a while longer. If you want to change the mechanism post back to this thread and I will be happy to locate you one and explain how to change it.

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In my case the lock was not engaging fully because the internal mechanism was bent too short. I'm not sure if this happened over time or if it is just a manufacturing defect. If your mixer still has some up-and-down play to it when the lock is engaged, then you might have the same problem as me


To fix it, search this site and others for instructions on how to remove the motor cover. I found this video useful: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeCiivPt7hk

With the cover removed you have access to the locking mechanism. In my case, the latch is connected to the locking lever via a bent S-hook. The hook was just slightly too short which kept the latch from engaging completely. If you remove the two screws holding the hook in place and that allows the lock to close completely, then you have the same problem as me. (You'll feel the difference immediately. When fully locked, there is practically no wobble in the mixer head.)

I lengthened the hook by placing it against a flat surface and hammering the bend out a bit.

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First dissconnect the power supply.Next, the locking hook must be facing towards the back of the unit. However the lever itself must be placed inside the bottom portion of the unit going out to the side. Next you need to connect the metal link to the lever and UNDERNEATH the locking hook. Once you have done this you can now put the screw in to hold down the lever. Your one speed problem could be caused by the adjustment screws that are connected to the main board at the bottom. if these are not set correctly and most importantly EVENLY the mixer wont operate correctly. The next possible solution is that the main control board is faulty and would have to be replaced part number for the board is w10119326. Also I have added this link from Whirlpool that you can use. Hope this helps. Thanks
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That lock mechanism has one additional adjustment hole. You have to disassemble the mixer. I recommend returning it if you can. If not, see my posts on "removing the motor cover" and that adjustment must be made on the inside. You will also be able to inspect the lock itself to see if the tooth is busted off. Good luck.

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This sounds like an issue of beater to bowl adjustment, which can come out of alignment naturally over time and with use of the machine.

If the flat beater is striking the bottom of your bowl, this may cause the locking mechanism to loosen and may cause the mixing head to "bounce" during use.

Your Use and Care Guide will cover the "beater to bowl adjustment," which you can do at home in a few minutes with a flathead screwdriver.

Hope this helps!

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