Question about KitchenAid KSM150PS Artisan Series Stand Mixer
My KitchenAid Artisan was having some serious troubles for the past few weeks. Overheating to the point where I had to put an ice pack on it to finish a batch of marshmallows because it was getting disconcertingly hot. I opened it up and found that the accessory drive gear attachment hub (quite the mouthful!) part #9705130 required a lot of force to turn. All the other gears seem in perfectly good condition. I decided to take out the gear and consider replacement after a good inspection, but I can't get it out. As far as I can tell based on the schematics and looking closely at it, there is no retaining clip or pin or anything holding it in place. But after prying with a screwdriver, and then using a light hammer and a punch when that failed, I have only managed to move it about 3/16 inch. Does anyone know how to take out this gear? I am about to take a clamp and an engineers hammer and knock it out of there, but wanted to make sure I wasn't going to damage anything first.
The fix for that is a new gear and replacement housing (the whole painted top part) The bush is unfortunately not available as a spare part.
Posted on Dec 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a Kitchenaid Professional
I would give the "accept" to bestdarngood , if I were you..He has given the bets and complete solution there...That should work, if it doesnt. the the only recourse is a service center..
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
When you are able to remove the paddle, feel the opposite side of the spindle. It should be smooth. The pin should not stick out the back at all. Carefully, tap it in until it is even with the spindle. That will fix you up, unless the pin itself is also damaged. If so, get a small file and remove any burrs from where the paddle mounts.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
go to any local hardware store Ace tell them you need retaing ring pliers to remove you c clip if you cant find try your automotive stores like autozone, advanced autoparts they should have retaing clip remover.you should also get some gear oil while your there for the gears sounds like you dont have any oil int the gears.heres an image to help you out.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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It appears that retaining ring (7) has snapped. It is the retaining ring which attaches to the drive shaft. Here is the parts diagram:
From it you can see how to remove the case cover and access the gear train. You may have to replace the shaft if its groove is worn allowing the retaining ring to slip off.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
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