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That would normally signify that that particular part is getting hot. Try and get inside that head and clean the old grease off and replace with High Melting Point Grease. This is the sort used on car wheel bearings.
from what i can see you need to remove the mixer head assemble which has a retainer that i havent been able to remove from mine as yet. need a special retainer pliers and you need to remove the rear stand asemble. i have not figured that out yet either. there are no screws under the logo plate. and the screws on the body only loosen the inner assembles, motor and such. this is a tough nut to crack. mine overheats kneading bread and i want to ad a fan.
Model H was discontinued in the 70's. You might find beaters either directly from Hamilton Beach or on Ebay. There aren't many small appliance repair shops any more, everything now, is considered disposable.
CONTACT HAMILTON BEACH FOR REPLACEMENT PARTS. THEY WILL NORMALLY SELL THEM TO YOU AT A REASONABLE PRICE. YOU CAN GO TO ANY RETAILER THAT SELLS HAMILTON BEACH PRODUCTS AND GET THE ADDRESS FROM THEM. OR YOU MAY BE ABLE TO CONTACT THEM AT A WEB SITE. GOOD LUCK. JLR4