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Not my usual help category, but here is what I would do,Just laugh out loud when they do it,When they ask what you are laughing about,Just "Oh nothing" I was just remembering what I heard about you.And don't say anything else.

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Motor noise


It has been my experience with knocking kitchenaid is one of three reasons all related to the speed control of the mixer1 speed control board adjust speed screws2 speed Phase control board, needs replacing3 The motor governor behind the speed control board needs replacing
Speed board = $9.00Phase Board = $20.00Governor = $10.00Your time + one week for ordered parts asnd one hour to remove and replace.

all work is performed at the rear of the mixer and you need only a phillips #2 screwdriver, a pair of needle nose pliers, an 11/32 open end wrench (you will need this to adjust your speed control board after new install) and that's it. easy work all remove and replace. Oh! make sure that you pit some thermal paste behind the phase control board to avoid burn out.


But!!! before you buy parts and do all that, try adjusting the speed contol board first. Go here for a parts list for your model.


http://shared.whirlpoolcorp.com/product_literature/search_results.jsp?searchTerm=KV25G0X&siteCd=KAD&userType=Servicer


then go here for instructions on tuning the mixer speed.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUo_ZU5xh3o

if after you tune it you still get the knocking then use the parts list to order parts. two good parts sources are goodmans.com and mendingshed,com, they are reliable and have the parts in stock.

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My Ultra Series Mixer has started to make a noise so my husband opened it to inspect if there was enough grease and if the gears were worn. There was plenty of grease and the gears were fine. Now that...


the back cover is the housing that protects the speed adjustment! i THINK that this is the reason your mixer is going so slowly but im not sure, you will have to get it checked out by a kitchenaid repair centre seeing as the same thing happened to mine, they told me it was the speed adjustment.

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I'm going to say the first thing to check is the speed governor. You'll see it when you take the rear cap off- it's behind the plate that's mounted on three screws with springs on them. Don't take the plate off, just look behind it from the side at the shaft sticking out of the back of the motor. When you run the mixer and observe the governor you'll see that it moves back as the speed of the mixer increases and forward as the speed decreases.

The governor uses weights and springs to do its job- peek at it, you'll see how it works. If it's a little sticky then the speed will vary up and down at any setting, or it'll just run at max. speed all the time.

A little spray oil applied the the governor will clear up minor sticking problems but if it's too bad then some manual working of the governor will help it to become free and functional again. WD-40 is not the product for this job, it has little value as a lubricant because that's not what it was meant to be- it's meant to displace water. Hence the "WD"..

If you have to take the plate off the back to get to the governor you can easily set it back where it originally was by counting the number of revolutions each screw makes as it comes out. Screw them each back in the same amount and you shouldn't have to monkey around adjusting the thing.

The second thing I'd check is the brushes. Even if they aren't the problem it's good to service brushes occasionally. You want to be sure that they are clean and free in their holders. They're under the odd looking screws right in the center of each side of the motor housing. It's not all that common for brushes to cause varying speed but it can certainly happen and if it is the problem then there will likely be damage occurring. Just pull them out gently, noting the orientation, and visually inspect to see that they're clean and at least 1/4" long. Reinsert them as they came out (it's sort of important to match the curve on the face to the curve of the commutator) and be sure that they move freely all the way to the bottom of their travel. Any reluctance to reach bottom should be addressed with electric motor cleaner and a careful sliding of the brush in and out of the holder until it bottoms firmly and positively against the commutator.

The third likely source of the problem your mixer has is the little circuit board mounted above the governor. It's not meant to be user-serviceable but any appliance/stereo repair shop (if you can find one) can repair it,for you or they can replace it without too much effort. Just be sure that it's the problem before getting into it because it's sort of expensive ($35-50).

Good luck!

lp

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