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Try and get some CRC into the top where the hook joins the shaft. You need to be rocking it back & forth to try and get movement. Gradually the movement will increase if your strong men are strong enough and have stamina as well. Once you get it off clean up the shaft with a wire brush. Clean out the hole in the dough hook with the proper size drill, you don't want to make the hole bigger, just cleaner. It will be a build up of flour in there, it packs hard and shrinks the hole, almost unbelievable but true.
below is a copy of an e-mail from Horartservice.com. I searched the web forhours for the correct oil and could not find any info so I e-mailed Hobart.
The Planetary is a different part from the transmission andthe sight glass on a M802 is for the oil in the transmission.
The answer that Hobart gave is not an NSF oil. Ineeded the oil for the planetary section on a model M802. Even the directionssay that it is normal for a drop of oil to occasionally drip from the seal.That is where the dough hook attaches.
I am in the process of researching the oil and Exxon / Mobildoes make a NSF version. I just need to find somewhere I can buy less then a 55-gallondrum. The above mixer only uses 6 ounces.
Take care and stay safe
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Hobartuses "EXXON SPARTAN EP-150 (6 oz)" in the M802 planetary. Hobart part #102973-13. This IS NOT a food grade oil. If you mixer is leaking you shouldhave it serviced.
Service, parts , lubricants and information canbe obtained by contacting your local Hobartoffice in Pittsburgh@ (412) 788-5380.
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it has to be torn apart to change grease and it is grease do not put oil in it. but it all is done from top under cover is the top of transmision the round cover comes of and all shafts need to be removed and I sugest a new main shaft seal and hub seal while your at it.
Does the mixer work in any other speeds?Are you mixing pizza dough and in what speed?I service these mixers alot--i work for hobart.It sounds to me like you have a sheared key on one of the shafts.The mixer doesnt have a clutch.