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90quartmixer gears dont have power belt torn

Need a scematic of mixer to see where to take belt off then how to tighten new belt

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I have an M802 Hobart mixer and when it is mixing the dough the power bowl left tends to roll down what causes this problem?

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Is the model an M802?Did the belt break or slipping?I'm a hobart tech,let me know.

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Shaft stops spinning in first gear when load is put on it, all other speeds fine.


Here's what you need to do first. Check and make sure the bottom nut on the agitator shaft or planetary shaft is tight (This is the part that the attachments afix to). NEXT, take off the lid exposing the top area. THEN tighten up the largest nut (TIGHTENING is in reverse! SO - TO tighten turn nut to the LEFT). When the nut is tight, then turn on the mixer in 1st gear. IF you still do not have 1st gear, then turn off unit and THEN loosen (By turning to the right) this nut by a 1/4 turn or so, then turn on mixer again -- check for 1st gear. If after loosening this nut to where there is no resistance at all and you still do not have 1st gear, then you may have a sheared KEY on one of the gears that controls 1st gear! Did you hear anything pop or break before this happened? Let me know.

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Hobart a200 first gear not working


slacken the big acorn nut away from the bottom of the planetary and then tighten the lock nut to the acorn nut. When adjusted and secured, the planetary should have a little vertical play, maybe 1/16".
That will stop the second gear driving from friction from being too tight.

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Kitchenaid Artesian makes a slight thumping noise when grinding meat


Something is out of balance, the front or rear bearing sounds like the culprit. the rear bearing is a relatively easy fix from the rear of the machine the front bearing is a little harder and will require a full tear down,


There is a sometimes problem that can fix a bearing problem that is actually not a bearing problem but a loose nut problem. At the rear of the mixer after you have removed the rear end cover get down to eye level with the rear of the mixer look to the right and left of the copper and black plastic speed switch plate and you will see a 3/8 nut on each side of the rearing housing, these sometimes get over tightened or come loose, you need a nut driver to operate them. tighten them up and turn on the mixer if there is a noticeable change in the pitch or sound of the mixer or the knocking gets worse turn them back the other way and listen again, if the knocking goes away then it was the nuts, it is only a sometimes fix, but it can be the problem,
if it is not the bearings i would generally start my fix by going to the gears first, The worm gear can be going and that will also take a tear down to fix but easy to do, you will need a new gasket, grease, a new worm gear and plenty of paper towels, it's messy. how long has it been thumping? how old is the machine? the worm gear fix has several really good you tube vids for this, just type in broken kitchenaid and you will get several, please let us know if this helps

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The mixer binds in 3rd. gear on my hobart model 120 counter top mixer. how can i fix it.


It sounds like either your main shaft nuts are loose in which case you can tighten them up. Tighten the bottom planetary nut first then draw up the main shaft with top side nut but not to much. Its possible to overtighten this. You tighten the top until you feel it getting tight then back it off a little. Otherwise you can pinch the gears and everything tight to the shaft by over tightening and your shifter speeds wont work right.

Or If thats not it, Has the transmission been apart recently? Its possible to put that top gear in upside down which will lock it up when turned on. and break additional parts. I'm talking about that two part gear assembly that has the spring loaded diving key in it. Match up the wear points. you should be able to tell which way is up by the wear on top or bottom of that gear.

Hope that helps!

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Hobart D300T mixer oil change.


Call your local hobart branch and tell them you need grease for a d300 mixer.Yes this mixer uses grease now.If it's older they used oil but is no longer available.

Mar 15, 2009 | Hobart D300 Stand Mixer

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Hobart a-200


HI CHECK ALL GEARS FOR A SHEARED KEY. IF IT HAS A ROLLER CLUTCH, COULD BE WORN ROLLER CLUTCH OR SPRINGS MADE OF SPRING STEEL BEHIND EACH ROLLER IN CLUTCH FATIGUED. YOU CAN CAREFULLY RUN MACHINE JOGGING ON OFF SWITCH WITH GEAR CASE COVER OFF AND CHECK GEAR ROTATION FOR SHEARED KEY. IT'S ONE MESSY JOB!!! SOMETIMES NUT ON TOP OF MAIN SHAFT UNDER CAP OUT OF ADJUSTMENT. SHOULD BE APPX. 1/2 TO 1 TURN FROM TIGHTENED. HOPE I GAVE YOU SOME ASSISTANCE, JOE

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Manual for Hobart Mixer A200


You can go to hobartcorp.com and register for free then you can print or download a parts
manual to help you to do repair. Hobart provide service manual to their technician only.

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Kenwood will not turn


It is possible that the drive belt has broken. It is located under the housing on top of the mixer but you need to remove 2 screws under the housing then remove the 3 retaining screws on the drive mechanism. The top of the housing will then lift off and reveal the drive belt. Caution this is not a DIY job for non mechanically minded persons and as always make sure the equipment is disconnected from the power supply. If in doubt seek qualified assistance.

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Kitchenaid Stand Mixer - gear assembly coming loose


There should be screws to tighten. Or maybe the pin holding the gearhead on is missing, tho that is unlikely.

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