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KitchenaidKsm6573CER1 the shear pin retaining fell out

The shear pin fell out

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  • Ross Keen Nov 30, 2014

    Hi Angela , I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? Which shear pin where? The external planetary one?

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If you are referring to the pin that holds the stand-lift lever to the stand-lift mechanism, then you'll have to remove the Motor Housing, remove the motor and the three screws below it. Then you'll want to seperate the Column from the Base by removing the three screws at the bottom of the Base. You can then access the lift assembly and all you need to do is reassemble the lever and the plastic hitch (forgot the specific name) to the bar with the spring and nut on the bottom, then secure it in place with your shear pin. (The pin may have to be re-bent into shape with needle-nose pliers, and I also advise putting "Locktite" onto the threads of the six screw that are used to secure the base and column to the lower gearcase.)
I hope this helps!

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