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Need replacement gears for Phillips HR 1453. Where can I get them

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I take it that you have tried EBAY ? Evertime I've been stuck for parts, there is always someone/place on EBAy selling. If not google the manufacturers and you will find if they are even available. Hope this helps.

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Gears are stuck


You need to give us a little more help with this. The "gears are stuck" The first thing that comes to mind is an assumption that you cannot turn the planetary by hand. If that is the case then you have a gear stripped and it has locked up the tower pinion gear or the bevel gear. Both are inexpensive parts and are readily available at any service center or off the internet. With that said you have to determine if you want to fix it your self (you can do it its just time consuming the first time) it will require that you tear down the mixer to it's component parts. you will need to get new gear grease a new gasket and new replacement gears. Then you have to take the mixer apart, remove the old gear grease to get at the worn parts, take the gear housing apart to replace broken parts add new gear grease and gasket and then reassemble, you will more that likely also have to adjust the speed control plate to get the mixer turning at the proper speed again. The gear grease is the kicker, you will have to buy a whole can (30 Oz.) and you will only need 6 Oz to do the re-pack. all parts for the K45SS are available on the internet plus the cost of shipping. You will also need to go to the following site and download your parts list for the mixer, that will give you the proper parts number to order and a schematic to follow along.


http://www.kitchenaid.ca/assets/pdfs/literature/Repair%20Part%20List%20-%208212369.pdf


next you will need a clear work area where you can layout the pieces of the mixer so that you can create an assembly pattern that will help you remember the way to put it
back together. you will need a non metal hammer a flat head screwdriver a Phillips head screwdriver a drift punch two rolls of paper towels an empty trash can to dump the greasy paper towels about two hours of time and a calm nature. you will have to open the mixer to determine what parts you need, then you will have to order and wait for the parts to arrive and then do the work. Another option is to take or send your mixer to a service center for repair. if there is no center near you you will have to mail it, and the cost for the service center to repair and send back is going to be $150.00 plus, check to see if you have a small appliance repair shop locally it will probably save you $50.00. If both of those are options that you do not like then it is a DIY repair, that is an easy fix but takes time to get it done. check to see if you have a local shop that will sell you the parts that you need. that will eliminate some waiting time. but the first thing is to take the mixer apart and find out what gears are FUBAR. Now all of this is dependent on weather this is a gear problem or an electric problem that is why i opened with you need to help. What happened when you made the decision that the mixer was froze up? did it make noises? did you hear the motor running but the planetary dint turn? (The planetary is where you put the beaters on). did it smoke? does it make any noise when you turn it on Like the motor humms but nothing turns (That is a gear problem) So as you can see we need some help so we can help you. let us know as soon as you can so we can get you back up and baking.

Sep 21, 2012 | KitchenAid Classic Stand Mixer

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The mixer turns on, motor is running, but the beaters are not turning


Most likely what has happened is that the gears have stripped. The gears inside are plastic but the spindle is metal. When a dough is too heavy and gets caught up in the beaters it tends to eat them. If you take it apart, you will probably find that the gears are shot.
The fix...order new gears, tear down the mixer and replace them. These gears really should have been metal! Check the sunbeam web site for authorized repair places to get your parts.

1. Remove the ejector button...it should pop out with a flat head screw driver. There is a small phillips head screw under it. Take it out.

2. Take out the screws on the bottom. This should allow the face plate on the mixer to slide off, allowing your motor assembly to then be pulled forward.

3. Remove the mounting brackets/shock absorbers...they are rubber u shaped items that hold the motor in. Once that is done, remove the black plastic bracket on the bottom; two phillip head screws. Then unscrew the two long screws underneath. they hold on the speed control electric board as well as the top to the gear box. Pop the silver fasteners on the side of the gear box and you are in. the gears should lift out. put the new ones in and do the whole thing in reverse.

hope this helps.

Nov 29, 2010 | Sunbeam 2350 Heritage Series Mixer

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I need a repair manual and parts manual


Once you're familiar with it, the A200 is OK to work on. Just pay close attention to the sequence in which the gears are removed and lay them out on a table in that sequence. You'd need to remove most of the gears from the center planetary shaft, which requires removal of the shift lever (right side, 4 screws). You shouldn't need to remove the planetary (lower end that holds the attachments and rotates). Eventually you'll be able to remove the smaller shafts as assemblies and replace the brass worm gear.

You'll want to scoop out the grease with brass shavings in it (replace all the grease to be thorough, especially if it has broken down and is very runny or very thick (the grease should be a little bit thinner than the consistency of peanut butter), spin the removed bearings by hand and listen for rough operation (particularly the smaller bearings on the upper end of the two small shafts (bearings in the upper bearing cover). Also check to see that the two brass bushings, which reside in two of the gears removed from the center planetary shaft, spin freely BOTH on the planetary shaft AND in the gear they reside in (if not, one of your speeds probably won't work).

For an experienced technician, the job would take approximately 1-1.5 hours unless the old grease is all cleaned out thoroughly to replace with all new grease (thorough cleaning requires the removal of planetary and planetary shaft), and thorough cleaning can be a time consuming process. Then you might get closer to 2.5 hours.

May 07, 2010 | Hobart A200 Stand Mixer

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I need to replace the rotatating column on my KitchenAid mixer.


Hi ALLENJUJU. To replace the agitator shaft will require a significant amount of extra effort, but will be well worth it in terms of gratification and reward for being able to successfully do it yourself. First, I’ll assume your mixer is no longer under warranty. Second, I’ll assume you have your Repair Parts manual on-hand. If you're lacking one, you can download a PDF version from the KA website at: http://www.kitchenaid.com/flash.cmd?/#/page/home.
Click on Customer Care>Locate Manuals & Guides> Enter the 6 character model number, in your case use KSM50P (Your K5SS mixer falls within this manual), and select the first file KSM50P.pdf (438.31 KB) listed under Parts List (4) and then check to verify this matches your mixer model.
Turn to pages 4 & 5, titled: “Case Gearing And Planetary Unit” which shows you an exploded view of all the mechanical parts and assemblies for your mixer.
I highly recommend the following website that provides you step by step instructions with pictures (worth every bit of a 1000 words) to gain access to your planetary housing and agitator shaft. The mixer displayed is a different model (tilt-up) than yours, but the ‘insides’ are the same.
It would be helpful to have the following tools available as you begin to disassemble your mixer: a flat screw driver, a small Phillips screw driver or a punch drive, a pair of retaining clip/ring pliers, and a hammer.
You will need to remove the Planetary Drip Ring (Illus. No. 42) and Pin (Illus No. 25), which secures the Planetary Housing (Illus. No. 33) to the Center Vertical Shaft (Illus. No 19). (See pictures 6, 7 & 10, 11 from the link).
You’ll need the punch drive or small screw driver with a smaller diameter than the pin, a hammer, steady hands and plenty of patience. Rotate the planetary housing to expose the retaining pin with the vertical (center) shaft.
After removing the Planetary Housing, remove all the residual grease from the 18 tooth Agitator Shaft Pinion Gear (Illus. No. 47), which should expose a Retaining Clip (Illus. No. 61), which will need to be removed. With the Retaining clip removed, the pinion gear and Shim Washer (Illus No. 45) should easily slide off the top of the agitator shaft and you should be able to pull the agitator shaft down through the planetary housing bushing.
Take your new, replacement agitator shaft (be sure you’ve got the lower groove pin ordered, too, and insert through the bottom Planetary bushing. Replace the shim washer, 18 T Pinion Gear and Retaining Ring. Grease up the whole works with new grease, and reassemble the opposite of how you took it apart.
Here are five potential online vendors in no particular order: RepairClinic.com; mendingshed.com; searspartsdirect.com; partstore.com; and Grainger.com (for grease). You should search for ‘food grade grease’ online (although I’ve seen automotive bearing grease used too – your call). Prices can vary widely between vendors, so do some comparison shopping.
I hope this helps - hslincoln, Burke, VA
If this solution has been helpful, please rate it, thanks! hslincoln

Mar 16, 2010 | KitchenAid K5SS Heavy Duty Commercial...

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Do th gears in a kitchenaid mixer need oil


Hi SHIRLAFINK, you do not need to 'oil' the transmission gears on a KA mixer. Your KA mixer comes with enough grease to 'last a lifetime' - whatever that means?

Depending on the age of your mixer and how heavily you use it, there may be a time when you might want to replace the grease, but that period is usually measured in years of useage.

Of course if one of the gears strips or breaks, you will need to replace all the grease when you replace the broken gear. Attempting to use salvaged grease jeopardized the remaining gears if pieces of metal or plastic debris are suspended in the old grease.

I hope this helps - hslincoln, Burke, VA
If this solution has been helpful, please rate it, thanks! hslincoln

Mar 14, 2010 | KitchenAid K5SS Heavy Duty Commercial...

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How do I access the gear box?


Hi RJ0804, it’s quite easy to disassembling your mixer (OK, it may require a little bit of effort). Here are links to three excellent websites that detail with pictures the disassembly, re-greasing and reassembly of a KA Mixer.
This will allow you to remove the top housing of the bottom of the mixer and provide you access to the gears within the head of the mixer.
Once you get that done, you will want to have the Part List manual around for the rest of the disassembly. If you're lacking one, you can download it from the KA website at: (http://www.kitchenaid.com/flash.cmd?/#/page/home).
Click on Customer Care>Locate Manuals& Guides> and enter the 6 character model number, in your case KSM150P and select the next to last file KSM150PSWH0.pdf (773.44 KB) (it’s the white model that’s all…) listed under Parts List (61). (Verify that it matches your mixer model, though).
To disassemble your mixer you will need the following tools: a regular & Phillips screwdrivers, snap-ring pliers, a small drift pin punch and a small hammer. By using the exploded views in the Part List manual, you should be able to disassemble, inspect, identify, replace and reassemble your mixer.
Good luck and have fun. I hope this helps. Howard, Burke, VA
If this solution has helped you, please rate it. hslincoln

Jan 10, 2010 | KitchenAid KSM150PS Artisan Series Stand...

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My friend gave me her Philips mixer type HR 2992/B,


where I can buy spare parts for Philiips mixer type HR 2992/B or for tzpe HR 2986/B,

Jan 04, 2010 | Philips Food Mixers

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Taking the top off my kitchenaid mixer


Remove the back housing by removing one screw and liftingand pulling rearward.
Remove two screws holding the metalic edge trim. This uncovers the seam. Screws are on the back.
Remove four visible screws from the bottom of the head around and near the pillar.
Now gently using a screw driver, push the metallic ring on the mixing head down and off.
This uncovers five more screws about the mixing head. Remove them.
Using a very small screw driver or punch, puch the pin out of the mixing head shaft.
Remove the mixing head housing.
Lift up on the motor housing to remove it.
The motor/gear housing is the top protion of the mixer. Its loaded with grease so do this over a covered countertop or some place easy to clean. The grease won't run, but it can fall out in gobs.
Make sure all sealing surfaces are clean, especially the gasket around the gears. This will insure a good seal. No gear grease in your famous cookies!
Reinstall in reverse.

Feb 03, 2009 | KitchenAid KSM150PS Artisan Series Stand...

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Hobart a-200 3rd gear lock-up issue


do you have a spauge cutch first gear or a diving key locking type? sheck shifting collar for being rounded off on the gear and the collar they get rouned off and won't lock gear in.

Nov 28, 2008 | Hobart A200 Stand Mixer

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