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The mixer's planetary is not disconnected when the meat grinder is attached and continues to turn.
If the noise you hear only occurs when the grinder is in place, then the grinder may be assumed to be the cause. Consult the meat grinder's instructions and make sure that nothing is loose or overtightened.
when the motor get stuck it cuts the power to the motor. some models you have to reset by hand. means opening up the unit and taking out what has blocked it in the first place. but there is a thermal switch in the motor and if it overheats it blows this. and you will either need to get another motor. cut the wires back on the motor to get to it but doing this can be dangerous and you can blow the hole unit up and you don't want to do this when you are in front of it can cause death.
Please check your grinder's output end and verify that it is assembled properly and using the correct grate as it seems that your grinder is all jammed up at that end and will cause the input area to back up so you have to push harder to force it to work correctly.
Its a 325 watt mixer. If you grind or mix dough often you may consider getting something stronger or turn it off every ten minutes or so and let it cool down. We burned a 325 and got the 575 watt "600" series and no problems ever since. I know these things are expensive. The 325 is more mixer than grinder. The attachements fit ANY size mixer but some are not recommended for use in all mixers.
If its quiting see my posts on "doesn't run at sitr" and "Removing the motor cover" To get inside and clean those contacts.