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I need to get the old oil out of my Hobart D300 and put new grease back into the head. How do I get the old oil out without turning the mixer upside down and put new grease in. How much grease does the...


Hello Chardanio,

I understand you are wanting to give you Hobart D300 an Oil change.
Here are the steps you need to follow:

1. Locate the oil plug on the buttom of the head next to the plantary and the bowl slides. It will be a bolt just like on you car.
2. Run you machine for a short time in order to get the oil warm so that it will flow out of the gear box.
3. Remove the bolt so that the oil will come out into a container.
4. Once drained you reinstall the bolt
5. Remove the top of the Head (2 screws)
6. You will locate a plate that has a few bolts holding it on. On that plate there is a little tin cap you can remove it with a little flat screwdriver. Becarfule not to damage it you will have to put it back in the hole after you fill the unit.
7. Install 70oz of 140 weight gear oil. It is also thick you may have to push it in to the unit then run the unit and check the oil sight. Add slowly as you do not want to over fill the unit.
8. Replace the cap. (if damaged you will need to order a 00-064871 from the Hobart Corp. at 1-800-446-2278 or another part company)
9. Replace the top of the Head and you are done.

Turn on the unit and us it as you have before.

If you have any other questions please post to this thread.

Thank you for using FixYa hope this helps.

Mar 03, 2011 | Hobart D300-6036 Mixer

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What kind of oil i can used for hobart d300


Transmission uses #0 weight grease, best to get direct from Hobart (their grease is the correct weight and approved by U.S. FDA & USDA as safe for use in food equipment) but if you insist on not doing so, at least obtain an Extreme Pressure #0 grease and don't overpack the transmission, I believe it should have 35 oz. if memory serves right.

Uses a heavier grease for the planetary gear, use #2 weight. Don't need much, just a light coat on the planetary gear.

Bowl lift rails use medium weight oil, again use food grade oil supplied by Hobart.

Aug 02, 2010 | Hobart D300 Stand Mixer

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How much grease should I pack into a gear box of a food mixer? should all cogs be covered?


pack it full the grease seems to find a way to move a way from the gears after a while so you new grease and pack it in

May 20, 2010 | Hobart D300 Stand Mixer

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I HAVE A HOBART MIXER D300 ML#11627 I NEED TO KNOW WHAT KIND OF GREASE TO USE FOR TRANSMISSION,AND WHERE CAN I GET IT


Goto hobartcorp.com,create a username and then you will be able to find out what your looking for.I know that these mixers used oil when they where new but now changed to grease.Any ? let me know as im a hobart tech a repair these often.

Nov 19, 2009 | Hobart D300 Stand Mixer

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From what part of the mixer do we change the oil? And what kind of oil does it use?


Use food grade grease and you may have to split the motor housing.The grease is for the gearing in the head. At an Appliance parts store That's where to get some. :-)

Oct 26, 2009 | Hobart D300 Stand Mixer

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Hobart D300 Mixer: Has no torque and no speed in any gear


You have a gear with broken teeth or one sliding out of place because the brass shims are eaten up. Hobarts have what is called a planetary, round head where the grease caps are, and there are no clutches for this planetary. These units are not made to change gears while unit is running (#1 problem of gear failure) (#2 is overloading the bowl) Hobarts need a really stiff GREASE, not oil. If you decide to take the planetary apart, get all the syrup out and replace with a stiff axel grease. It is a very difficult job replacing a gear & ALL the shims. The round head where the grease caps are can easily be removed to do this.

Jun 17, 2009 | Hobart D300 Stand Mixer

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How do you change the grease in a D-300 Hobart Mixer?


Depending how old the mixer is they used to use oil,now they use grease.Regardless it sounds like a seal is worn.Where is it leaking from?

Mar 28, 2009 | Hobart D300 Stand Mixer

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My Hobart D300 mixer appears to be leaking oil/grease


Hi,I'm a hobart tech and repair these mixer's often.If you see oil in the drip cup then the center shaft seal in the transmission is worn.If there is oil near the transformer then the motor shaft seal is also bad.Hobart doesnt release their service manuals to the public but if you go to their site www.hobartcorp.com you can register for free and get a parts manual thats helpful.If you need help with the repair let me know,i can step you through it.

Mar 17, 2009 | Hobart D300 Stand Mixer

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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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Transmission oil


this unit uses grease if it is leaking out the grease has broken and needs replacing

Sep 09, 2008 | Hobart D300 Stand Mixer

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