Question about Kenwood MX270 Patissier Food Processor
I've opened the case and checked the speed microswitch on the side. That worked (made contact when necessary) . Didn't see any blown components. Tried a new TRIAC on the PCB but that didn't help either. Also the brushes are still good of the motor. Where do i have to look into?
Follow the power, start looking wherever the power stops. Sometimes it can help to reverse phase & neutral to track where the power stops from the other side too. You are only doing this for testing purposes and need to put it back as it should be when you're done.
Posted on Dec 14, 2014
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