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Still need type of lubricant and diagram as to where to put it.

Hi again, JUSTASKJOE directed me to the Hobart page but I could not find any diagram or type of lubricant.  I did print the how to use section and I am sure it will come in handy, but it still does not solve my problem.  I need the type of lubricant and where to put it.  My mixer is out of commission until I get this info.  I think it takes grease instead of oil.  Help!!  I am supposed to make brownies for 800 on Friday. Yikes!

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  • harryo52 May 11, 2010

    what is or was your mixer doing that lead u to believe you need to change the grease? U may not want to go there if u never opened a gear box. if want to add grease two screw on the top cover will get u there. small 1 1/8" silver cap can be popped off and grease can be added. If u want to change the grease u will have to take off the upper housing cover, this could be a problem if u never taken apart mixer before. Things just have to fit just right for the most part clearance and alignment is a big part of Hobart . Hope this helps some what. Harry Oooooooo

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If u have Hobart account then goto (www.onesharpstore.com) u will see A-200 parts catolg, click & this will bring u to Hobart, sign in and u should go right to a standard A200 diagram. give me feedback if this works. harryo52@hotmail.com

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You will need a food quality grease. Contact a local restaurant supply store and ask them to assist you. Perhaps they will do so for the good will....a pix in the local paper....etc. good luck.

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