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The motor just humms when you push the start button...nothing moves.

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If you are mechanicly inclined take it apart and see what is stopping it.

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Take off the motor housing, be VERY careful where the exposed electrical contacts are, then plug it in and turn on the motor with no gears attached. If it spins, cycle through the speeds to make sure they all work, then if they do, revisit your gears. Turn them all by hand and make sure they move easily and smoothly. Make sure the teeth aren't too worn down. I don't know what model you have, but also check anything that holds gears on or in place to make sure they aren't loose or cracked.
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Our Hobart D-300 was overloaded with bread dough and now it will not start even without any load whatsoever. Is there a reset button? PS The Gears are not jammed...you can move the mechanism by hand....


Is it a problem of the motor not starting, or does the motor start but does not mix?

If the motor starts, then you've either broken a gear or a key inside the transmission from overloading it, or stripped the brass worm gear (also in the transmission).

If the motor doesn't start, I'd say you probably burned out part of the motor starting circuit if the motor was overloaded severely enough to re-engage starting components.

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The motor humms but does not spin on 250 watt mixer. Took out brushes and reinserted and played with speed control. Started spinning but does not sound correct.


When you took out the brushes did you clean the armature? Sounds like you need to remove the brushes and using crocus cloth (available at Lowe's) clean the armature. If the armature is very rough (lots of grooves) you may need to use a file first, but only if you know what you are doing as some damage could occur, and smooth it out without taking it out of round. I would also recommend replacing the springs and brushes. Check www.repairclinic.com for parts. Let me know if you need more help.

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Is their a reset button for a L800 HOBART? Hit start sparks flew.


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DISCONNECT POWER
if you remove the top cover, you will find an overload group with a green and a red button on top, next to the contactor . One is test, the other is reset. On the side of the overload are two thumb wheels, one is auto/ manual, set this to auto, the other is -15%,0, +15%. If you are running very heavy batches and you want to push your motor harder, move it to +15, but it's not recommended. If it was set to manual, when it trips and cools down, it will not reset untill you press the reset button, in auto, once cool you an restart the mixer.

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