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I need to replace the Beveled Gear for my Pro 600 mixer. it seemed an easy task. However, I am stuck in removing the Beveled gear. I cannot remove it after removing the retaining ring. help pls.


If you have the gear cases apart and the bevel gear exposed then you just push the planetary shaft up through the middle of the bevel gear. You will see that the shaft is driven by the gear via a loose fitting pin through the shaft. Pull the pin out (with fingers) and then the bevel gear will lift up off the shaft without the need to fully remove the shaft. Note the fibre spacer/thrust washer under the bevel gear between the bottom case and gear, don't lose it.

Aug 08, 2016 | KitchenAid Professional 600 6 Qt. Stand...

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Failure of grinding, blending, or mixing kitchen appliances


Generally, a blade or grinding or blending/mixing part that is permanently attached to a metal shaft from the appliance motor is held on that shaft by a 'shear pin'. This pin breaks when something is put in the appliance that the grinder, mixer, blender can't gring, mix, or blend. This is to protect the motor from overload. Afterwards, The motor will continue to turn, but the blade or paddle, or whatever will not turn.
The shear pin needs to be replaced.
The shear pin passes through one side of the base of the bade/grinder/paddle assembly, through the motor shaft, and out the other side of the blade/grinder/paddle.
The piece of the pin must be removed from the shaft, and from the two sides of the blending/grinding part. This is generally a press-fit, and some effort may be required to accomplish this.
When the pieces have been removed, a common 'roll pin' of the appropriate diameter should be inserted to hol the turning part on the shaft. It must fit tightly, and some effort should be required to insert the new pin.

on Feb 07, 2010 | Blenders

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How do I remove the little pin at the base of the shaft so I can attach new rubber drive


That is a roll pin and you need a punch the size just smaller that that little pin. Then you can just tap it out with the punch and a hammer. Remove the drive and replace and tap the pin back into place to hold the rubber drive.

Nov 12, 2014 | For Your Kitchen Bamix Professional Stick...

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Bamix not turning


If you haven't used it for a while tiny food particles and grease etc can harden on the shaft.Place the shaft part in a jusg of hot water for 5-10 mins then switch it on. This usually works . If not carefully remove the shaft with pliers. Put a piece of paper towel under the plier so you don't damage or scratch the shaft.

May 27, 2014 | Bamix Blenders

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Disassembling a robot coupe mp450


First you drill out the plastic plugs to acess the torx screws holding the housing together. Remove 4 motor mounting screws to separate from shaft.

May 28, 2013 | Robot Coupe MP450 Handheld Blender

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Blades on ninja blender won't spin, but motor seems to be working.


I don't have one, but inspect the shaft, it looks like there is a key on the shaft, then inspect the inside of the blade where it goes on top of the shaft, see if it looks like the shaft has spun out the blade and this is why it's not spinning.

Remove the blade and the container, then turn on and see if the shaft is spinning, it should be most are a direct drive.

So now if the shaft is spinning, that most likely means that the blade hole is broke where it sets on top of the shaft.

Look closely at the inside of the blade, you should see some type of damage like the groves are worn, I hate to see you buy one and it was the shaft that wore, but usually the blade will go first.

Mar 31, 2013 | Blenders

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Broken glass jug on kitchenaid blender model 5ksb2aer4


Look at the underside of the blade shaft. The metal wing nut on the end of the shaft secures the blade assembly to cream coloured plastic blade base. The wing nut also transmits the drive from the rubber coupling on your blender to the blade shaft. The wing nut has a LEFT HAND thread.
The left hand thread ensures the blade assembly does not unscrew during normal blender use.

Firstly disassemble the blender blade assembly. Place a folded tea towel over the blades and hold the blades firmly. If you do not use a tea towel you may cut yourself.

Grip the wing nut with your other hand and unscrew it CLOCKWISE.
Remove the wing nut. You can now remove the blade from the plastic base.

Put the blade assembly in the new jug and offer up the plastic base from under the jug so that the blade shaft protudes enough for you to install the wing nut.

Screw the wing nut ANTI-CLOCKWISE to secure the blades to the plastic base.

Do not over tighten the wing nut; you may have to replace your jug again at some point.

Jun 06, 2009 | KitchenAid KHB300 Handheld Blender

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25-30 year old Bamix M100 - 240V 100W


Those small plastig bungs do come out, you will need a fine probe to prise them out then you will see 2 philips head screws which hold it all together, not sure how you will tighten your shaft though, looks like it might be moulded into the plastic retainer, good luck! on mine the motor bearings are seized,
regards,
Dave Pary.

Jan 26, 2009 | Bamix Deluxe Handheld Blender

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DeLonghi DBM8150 problem


These instructions disassemble an electrical appliance. You should have some technical/mechanical/electrical experience to attempt this and you do so at your own risk.

See exploded diagram : http://www.kenwoodservice.co.uk/uk-delonghi/exploded/exploded-KF8150M.pdf

This is not a very good diagram to show the disassembly, however, it will at least help me to identify the parts.

Prise out the center insert in the drive wheel (#15 on the diagram) on the top of the base unit (I used a paring knife and worked my way around the circumference to work it loose).

Remove the four rubber feet (#19) from the base by pulling them out.

Undo the 4 phillips head screws in the holes where the feet were.

Remove the base and carefully position it along-side the body of the blender.

Prise off the silver switch knob (#13) - it slides straight off the switch shaft and I used a screw driver to carefully lever it off, working from each side a little at a time.

Undo the drive wheel on the top of the drive shaft by holding the fan on the bottom of the drive shaft and turning the drive wheel CLOCKWISE.

Undo and remove the two screws holding the switch support (#11) and cut the tie wrap that secures the blue cable to this support.

Undo the four screws that secure the motor assembly to the casing and remove the screws and their shake-proof washers.

Remove the internal components as a single assembly. Tilt/angle the motor assembly towards the switch support until the top of the shaft clears the rubber boot in the top and then the whole lot comes out easily.

To replace the switch (Part No. HS1144 - #10 on the diagram):

Carefully lever the white gear wheel off the switch shaft.

Undo the two small screws that hold the dial gear wheel cover in place on the switch support.

Remove the cover and the small gear wheel (noting which way around the gear wheel goes the two ends of the shaft are slightly different).

Undo the nut on the switch shaft that that secures the switch to the support (nut is 14mm diameter and needs a thin wall socket. I used long nose pliers to remove and re-install it).

The wires connect by simple push fit into their slots and the angled brass blades inside the slots grab the wire and lock it in place. To withdraw each wire, use a very thin screw driver (or similar) to depress the brass blades inside the slot. This enables the wire to be withdrawn as you depress the blade.

Re-assembly is the opposite sequence.

When putting the dial back together, remember to check that the dial reading lines up with the switch position (adjust the gears by resetting the teeth if the alignment is not correct.


Here’s the really interesting thing. After I replaced the switch, I pulled the old one apart. IT HAD FAILED BECAUSE THE CONTACTS HAD BURNT OUT. They had obviously been arcing and had completely burnt through. There were burnt off tails of the contacts lying in the switch housing and there was evidence of burning (carbon deposits) inside the switch. In short – the switch is not up to the job and will fail. Poor design and a latent defect.

Aug 17, 2007 | DeLonghi DBM8150 Work Top Blender

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Broken gear on BFP-703 base


The drive is replacable and available from Cuisinart, you will have to sign a waver to get the part. the drive is screwed onto the motor shaft with reverse threads. the plastic drive will have to be completely broken off of the unit to expose a brass"nut" which was internal to the drive. depending upon your model you may have to remove the lower half of the base unit to access the lower part of the motor shaft. there will be a slot in the end of the shaft for a large flat blade screwdriver. this is used to hold the shaft still while turning the drive "nut" with a vice grip pliar or similar. the new drive is just threaded onto the shaft and normal operation tightens it.

Feb 14, 2007 | Cuisinart BFP-703 Blender

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