Question about Food Mixers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is an adjustment screw and a system for setting it. You can find a video of it here (or just a ton of people who know all about these mixers). I just found it while trying to troubleshoot the same problem for my wifes mixer.
Posted on Nov 02, 2007
SOURCE: KitchenAid Countertop Food Mixer
ok firstly if you have a stand mixer with the lift bowl you have to put a dime on the side of the bowl at the base and see how much clearence is needed to be taken away. if the dime gets moved the mixer is ok. if not take off the flat beater, take out the bowl, and look at the back of the stand. just below the motor about 2 inches you will see a screw. turn it to the left a quarter of a turn. dont over adjust do it slowly. if you have the one that you tilt the head back on do the same thing with the screw up to you get to the adjusting part. the screw will be in a different spot on those mixers. it is located in the neck of the mixer. it is right in the area that tilts back. the dime shouldnt fly around the bowl it should just gently get tapped. and never use the wisk when adjusting always use the flat attachment. and always adjust slowly never over adjust.
Posted on May 05, 2008
SOURCE: KitchenAid Parts
Given the age of a 3-C stand mixer, finding additional parts for it will be exceedingly difficult. The best recommendation is through E-Bay or antiques stores - a specialty dealer. Kitchenaid parts distributors will no longer have anything in inventory for the 3-C mixer.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Find the screw in the picture as shown and screw it counter-clock-wise which will drop the bowl level down when it is in the raised position and the mixer paddle will not rub on the bowl.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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