Question about KitchenAid Food Mixers
Posted by Anonymous on
A model number would help but it sounds like you may have blown the fuse gear. I won't ramble on about how to do it (it's a big job for an ordinary person) until you come up with a model number.
Posted on Apr 16, 2015
I would definitely say its a gear, I agree with Ross, that we need the model to tell you which gear, if it is a older 4.5 quart or 5 quart mixer you are looking at the worm gear part number W10112253, If it is a 6 quart or professional 5 quart those have all metal gearing so it is usually more than one gear and must be taken apart to correctly diagnose.
However we have a service manual for both mixers and with that as guidance most people can do the repair themselves. It is time consuming though, and you do need to be handy to do the repair. If you can get the model number for me I can give you more information.
The model can be found under the base of the mixer on a label.
- Colleen @MendingShed
Posted on Apr 23, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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