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I need service manual for my hobart d 33 mixer

It leaks oil from under the head in back, running down the back of the stand

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Hobart does not distribute service literature to the public, it is only available to trained service technicians.

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Parts manuals are available on hobartservice.com for free and you can check ebay for service manuals

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