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How do i start to find out what is wrong with my mixer my son dropped it off the table

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Christina, can you give more information of the problem? Is your mixer turning on at all now? Making clicking or grinding noises? Do you need to replace broken or dented piece of the housing?

If you can give me more information I will be happy to assist you with the problem.

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Posted on May 05, 2015

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It would help if you told us what it is or is not doing now it has hit the floor. Is it running with extra noise? Not running at all?

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Heheheheheh, not laffing at you but with you, You have just assembled stuff in the wrong place and you have to now adjust the speed control board to get the mixer to start up. Go to the KA site click on support click the drop down menu and click on get manuals then on left side of page click first and choose servicer then drop down and list your model number just as it is listed on the sticker under neath the mixer, click or hit enter and you will be taken to a new page with PDF forms the top section is the owners manual and the second section will be the parts list go to the matching model number and click on it scroll down to your manual and click on it, it will expand in a new window, scroll down and you will see the parts for the electrical area of the mixer, it is easy to figure out and you will quickly see the manner in which you need to assemble everything properly, once you have everything put back correctly you will need to adjust the 3 screws on the speed control plate. start with the two top screws chrome on the top of the black and copper plate, turn counter clockwise until the mixer starts, You can find a few good tutorials about this adjustment on utube that you can use as a guide. Hope this helps please let us know if it did.

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Inspect the brushes carefully, be sure that the little copper wire is firmly attached to both the brush and the little disc at the other end of the spring. Clean the brushes well, allow no oil at all to contact them and if they have gotten oil on them (including cooking oil) clean them with a spray can of electric motor cleaner. If you use non-flammable motor cleaner you will have less of a chance of starting a fire, but it's much slower to evaporate. When you put the brushes in, look at the ends and turn the brush so that the hollow worn into the end fits properly to the commutator. The mixer will run with the brushes turned wrong, but it's simply good practice to fit them properly.

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If you look down the brush hole you'll see the commutator- the copper bars of the commutator should have a pretty, burnished appearance and the insulation between them should be clean and not standing up above the bars. Black sooty looking deposits and/or pitting indicate that the brushed have not been advancing to the commutator with wear as they should, and arcing has been taking place. This will be caused by dirty brushes binding in their holders or by worn out brushes that are unable to advance or by the commutator bars wearing faster than the insulation between them- a condition referred to as "high mica".

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