Question about Kitchen Appliances - Others
Slicer is stuck in slow mode, have had a Hobart tech out to work on it several times and they are apparently clueless so I'm going to try to fix it my self. any ideas what would cause this? I know they have replaced the button panel and a few switches underneath.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is the deal jason,get a rubber mallet,mineral oil and a mapp torch.If you look at the guage plate this is the part that the meat/cheese goes on you will see 2 rods that connect it.Heat the rods up and put on mineral oil.Hit the guage plate down while turning the knob left then hit it up and knob to the right ,keep doing this and apply plenty of oil .It will be good as new!
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
SOURCE: BERKEL 825 THIS IS NOT
It s NOT uncommon to have new parts be slightly different than old version of the part and require slightly different hookup. The part number you have included does NOT appear to be a rocker switch.
I do see a rocker switch part number "823-00039-1 SWITCH, ROCKER" that may be what you need if it is a rocker type. The part number you gave is a "toggle" type with a "bat handle".
I suspect the problem is they gave you the wrong part.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
SOURCE: hobart slicer 2912. The slicer
HI. Have you tried checking if you can hear the motor is rotating. There are actually gears connecting the motor to the blade.The motor on it is just a dc motor.voltage usually ranges from 20 to 50 volts dc.If you can removed the cover and check if the motor is rotating while the unit is plugged on though this is not advisable to do this but for the sake of observation and making sure that while doing this you haven't touched any of its auxillary parts.Try to check how the gears are moving..Hope this helps.Thank you for choosing FIXYA.
Posted on Jul 18, 2011
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