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The paint is chipping off of my commercial mixer and I need to have it repainted is there someplace that does that

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Remove rust


tear down the machine remove all parts and clean all grease take five mixer parts to powder coat shop and have sand blasted and re-powder coated and then re-assemble. cost about 80 busks and 20 more for new gease and gasket.

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Beater hits side of bowl


What part number did you order for the beater and what is the model number for the mixer? Also is the mixer brand new, or did you get it used and it just started happening?

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Kitchen Aid flat beater leaves carbon on my hands and food


Are you using the white coated beaters or the burnished beaters. If they are the white coated beaters then the finish has come off and the zinc/underneath is rubbing off. Are you using the aluminum looking beaters in heavy acidic applications? if the mixer is new go to kitchaid customer support they will re-place. if your mixer is out of warranty then you need to replace it. about 15.00 t0 24.00 USD. if the problem persists then you may be leaking metal shavings from the planetary head, (I don't think it is happening but it is a possibility) if it is ground metal shavings you have a serious problem. I can't say anymore without knowing more. What application are you getting this result. is it all the time. is it after the mixer sits along time. need more info.

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KitchenAid mixer ring falls off


The trim ring news to be ta]ed in place with a plastic-face mallet. This type of mallet does not (if used properly) Mar the surface it striks.

Hold the trim ring in place while tapping it in place. It often takes patience to get it right.

The ring is properly in place when there is no place where you can insert a fingernail between it and the mixer body all around the ring.

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What kind of oil i can used for hobart d300


Transmission uses #0 weight grease, best to get direct from Hobart (their grease is the correct weight and approved by U.S. FDA & USDA as safe for use in food equipment) but if you insist on not doing so, at least obtain an Extreme Pressure #0 grease and don't overpack the transmission, I believe it should have 35 oz. if memory serves right.

Uses a heavier grease for the planetary gear, use #2 weight. Don't need much, just a light coat on the planetary gear.

Bowl lift rails use medium weight oil, again use food grade oil supplied by Hobart.

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Mixer blade keeps loosing the coating


See pg. 13 of the owners manual for bowl height adjustment procedure:

http://shared.whirlpoolcorp.com/assets/pdfs/literature/Use%20and%20Care%20Guide%20-%209707917.pdf

clockwise to lower the head and counterclockwise to raise the head for more clearance for the beaters.

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Having trouble removing beater from shaft... HELP


These are held on with a bayonet attachement. You need to rotate the beater to disengage from the shaft.

I would recommmend using a brass pin punch against the tang on the beater and tapping it with a SMALL hammer to rotate the beater.

Once the bayonet is disengaged, it should walk off the pin. If it doesn't you might have to use some penetrating oil like PB Blaster.

IN THE FUTURE put a light coat of mineral oil or food-safe grease on these mating parts to avoid the probllem in the future.

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Help with replacement parts


Your beater to bowl adjustment may have come out of alignment, which can happen over time with normal use of the machine. This simply means that the flat beater may be contacting the bottom of the bowl.

In your mixer's Use and Care Guide, the beater to bowl adjustment is covered and will provide easy instructions to follow about how to adjust your beater back into proper position.

There are burnished aluminum beaters available. That is to say, they do not have the food-safe nylon coating on the outside of them. Burnished aluminum beaters may not be used in the dishwasher, require hand-washing, no soaking, and immediate towel drying. Failure to follow exact washing instruction with burnished aluminum beaters may result in tarnishing of the beaters.

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Model KSM90 10 speed ultra power stand mixer leaking oil at the shaft where mixer tools attach. Is there a repair kit which includes a oil seal or something like that at a reasonable price?


Hi. Your mixer needs to be serviced, have old grease and oil removed, parts cleaned, then re assembled with new grease. Remove the tapered-pin from the planetary gear, remove planetary gear, clean lubricate and re install. Chevron FM ALC EP-2 is a "Food Grade" lubricant, meaning that it's safe for human consumption if it accidentally gets into food. There are no seals, only bushings. The existing bushings will hold back the new grease. The oil has separated from the base of the grease. If you don't use your mixer very often, start it up about once a week to keep the grease properly mixed.

If you'd like more info on your mixer goto kitchenaid.com, look up your model # download the PARTS drawings. Use these drawings to re-assemble and to determine if you need any replacement parts. Be prepared to wait at least a month for your parts to arrive.

If this Solution assisted you, please rate it. ricardok45

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Peeled beater and hook


Stan. If you were to keep these attachments soaking in alcohol (rubbing) between uses, I'd say yes, however this would probably make more coating flake off. This coating goes into the food you're mixing. Bacteria will remain between the metal part of the attachment and the plastic coating,where you can't scrub it off.

Replace them. Try to find all metal ones. While you're at it, throw out all cracked plates and coffee mugs too, as these cracks harbour bacteria that will survive normal dishwashing. If you are ever in a restaurant and are served food on a cracked plate refuse it and tell them not to just scrape the food onto another plate.

I spent 13 years in the restaurant business, anytime we came across a cracked plate cup or mug, into the trash it went. food and all. Dont take chances with your health. If you found this solution helpfull, please rate it Good luck. ricardok45

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