Question about KitchenAid KSM103 Professional 5 Series Stand Mixer
I guess it technically isn't 'shocking' me, but when I plug it in, it hurts me when I touch it. It's really the only way to explain it. I'm pretty sure the mixer still works, but I am afraid to use it. How do I fix this issue, if it can be fixed at all?
Look at the plug and see if the spades are the same size, One should be bigger than the other one. The problem could be the outlet that you are using too. If one spade is big then that would mostly rule out a short to the case of the mixer BUT if it was taken apart or serviced and wired wrong then the HOT connection is causing a short to the case. IF the outlet is wired wrong then the power is getting to the case when it should not be. Also the kitchen should be wired so that all the outlets are GFI and should not be shocking you.
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