Question about KitchenAid KSM90 Ultra Power Series Stand Mixer
My children removed the brushes from the side and now the unit will not turn on what can i do to recalibrate since the closest service center is 4 hours away
You don't need to guess- get a flashlight and look in the hole. You'll see a small piece of metal in each- on one side it's upper left, the other lower right. Put in the brush so that the notch is on the same side at the piece. If this does not work, swap sides. This worked first time for me.
Posted on Nov 18, 2007
Our KitchenAid was dropped on its side and the Speed Control lever was bent. I took out the brushes and the screws to see if I could pull it all apart but I soon realized I couldn't get the motor housing off. I bent the Speed Control lever back so it moved and I put the brushes back and it didn't work either.
Thank you to those who posted especially edremy, I rotated the brushes so that the notch in the brush lined up with the small little notch in the hole and the mixer works perfectly now. Thanks a ton.
Posted on May 02, 2009
Try swapping the brushes side to side, and/or turning them over, they seat against the sides of the rotor, and if you put them back in wrongly, they won't match up to the curve and make good contact.
Posted on Oct 20, 2007
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