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Looking for a replacement part # P-61506 sleeve-square drive

Drive needs to be replaced

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How do I install the shredder?


You need to access the accessory attachment point, it's behind the silver KitchenAid logo on the front of the mixer. You'll need to unscrew a set screw (black knob at the very front of the mixer head), newer mixers have a hinged cover, on older mixers, it just pulls out. Unscrew the set screw a bit and fold up or remove the cover.



Now you will see a hole with a hollow square shaft inside, this is where the various optional items attach to the mixer.



Specifically for the shredder, you will need to attach a slicing drum to the drive shaft provided with the shredder, insert it through the drum, and raise the little bar in the rear of the slicer assembly.



Insert the whole assembly into the front of the mixer so that the square drive shaft shaft fits into the square hollow in the mixer, then lower the little bar to lock into place.

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My artisan mixer will not turn back on


Make sure it's unplugged, remove and inspect the carbon brushes one at a time under those black screws on the side. They are keyed with one corner of the square ground off so will only go in properly one way so eyes open when you take them out. If they are less than 10mm long replace them. Next would be look under the back cover for a broken wire to the black square speed control plate. Broken wires are only likely to be one of the bottom 2 on either side. Any more testing is going to require a multimeter.

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In the middle of making my cookies the mixer turned off and wont come on again


Make sure it's unplugged, remove and inspect the carbon brushes one at a time under those black screws on the side. They are keyed with one corner of the square ground off so will only go in properly one way so eyes open when you take them out. If they are less than 10mm long replace them. Next would be look under the back cover for a broken wire to the black square speed control plate. Broken wires are only likely to be one of the bottom 2 on either side. Any more testing is going to require a multimeter.

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My artesian kitchenAid stand mixer will not turn back on after using it


Make sure it's unplugged, remove and inspect the carbon brushes one at a time under those black screws on the side. They are keyed with one corner of the square ground off so will only go in properly one way so eyes open when you take them out. If they are less than 10mm long replace them. Next would be look under the back cover for a broken wire to the black square speed control plate. Broken wires are only likely to be one of the bottom 2 on either side. Any more testing is going to require a multimeter.

Dec 20, 2015 | KitchenAid KSM150PS Artisan Series Stand...

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After many years of use, the mixer is running slow and having trouble mixing cookie dough. There's even a slight burnt smell and a little smoke coming from the unit.


I have repaired my same mixer a few times, first was replacing the plastic gear that is fairly common. Next I replaced the bearing and then the motor eventually, recently I replaced the main board. All these parts are fairly cheap and easy to replace. I have never had one smoke however so it is possible a wire could have rubbed enough to be shorting. Take the back cover off and inspect, its just the one screw on top and the main board is in there and see if any wires look shorted.

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I have a 7 cup food processor (model #KFP07110B) and the multipurpose blade has recently started to slide up/off the mixing bowl as it's running. Is there a way to fix this? Would purchasing a new blade...


Owner's manual troubleshooting? No manual, try MFG customer website or phone. They may like to know you are having problems. They may know this is a problem and may send you a replacement free.

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My kitchenaid artisan mixer doesnt run fast enough


It may be seizing up the bush that your accessory drive runs in, if you can see grindings in the front by the square drive that is a sign. Here in NZ that bush is only available as part of that whole top cover/housing. The accessory drive gear will also need to be replaced.

Feb 17, 2014 | KitchenAid KSM150PS Artisan Series Stand...

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Springs on side under black screw, came out


Or, more helpfully, take them back out.  Look in the hole, and you will notice that when you look through, the hole turns square. At the end the square, there is a little tab / square in one corner.  It is generally *not* the same on both sides. You'll notice that the end of the piece you took out (the part that looks like a magnet) has one corner cut off -- so it's a rectangular box with one of the corners gone.  Line up the missing corner of the piece you took out with the corner that has the little tab -- this allows the piece to get past the tab and be fully inserted.  Reminder: check both sides, because they're not the same. And now, more helpfully, if you're curious, check out flea markets and get a broken Kitchenaid to take apart for $20 or so. Don't mess with your nice one. : )

Apr 24, 2009 | KitchenAid K45SS Classic Stand Mixer

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Oil seal


1. Remove the acorn nut, hex nut, and washer that hold the "planetary" agitator section on the transmission shaft.
2. Remove the trim ring (if any) around the same.
3. The agitator section should now be able to be worked free.
4. Remove the retainer clip on the top of the agitator shaft. (Some models have a pair of hex nuts here; if so, remove those.)
5. Pry the gear up and off the shaft. Remove the square key from the shaft keyway at the same time.
6. Tap gently on the top of the agitator shaft to drive it out from the bearings and grease seal.
7. Recommend removing and replacing the top bearing at this time; it's inexpensive to replace, if you're in this deep.
8. Use a suitable diameter piece of round steel stock to drive out the lower bearing and oil seal. I don't recommend using the agitator shaft.
9. Clean thoroughly, insert a new bottom bearing and oil seal, drive in place with a rubber mallet.
10. Replace agitator shaft through oil seal and bearing, tap gently into place.
11. Fill cavity with approved lubricant. I use USP-grade mineral oil, as it is food-safe and provides satisfactory lubricity.
11. Install top bearing, tap gently into place.
12. Reverse steps 5-1 to reassemble.

Aug 24, 2008 | Food Mixers

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