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That happen to me once for not checking the oil and didn't want to run. But it did shift normal to reverse fine and drove it reverse fine so I finally found out transmission was slippin so u have to rebuild it or get another trans. New or Used cheaper used
If the plugs aren't firing then it won't turn over. You must have something else going on. "turns over" to me means it is getting fuel and the plugs are firing. Are you sure it is turning over? If it isn't turning over then the starter is grinding away and nothing is happening or you just hear a clicking noise but when a car is turning over you hear it running, meaning it is firing on all or some cylinders.
frozen meat will dull your blades to warm of meat will be mushy i butcher my own beef as i am cutting all burger meat goes back to the cooler you want the meat just above freezing if you are using a refrigerator try turning the temp down to help firm up your meat so not too cold not too hot juuuust right
This is a common issue with the Kitchenaid food grinder. The black residue is a product of the meat itself.
With Kitchenaid Food Grinder Attachments, it is recommended that the meat be partially frozen before grinding. This is to ensure a quality grind and to make sure the meat holds all its juices while grinding.
If any juices from the meat are leaked into the food grinder, the friction will cause a chemical reaction and turn the juice from the meat into a black substance.