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Planetary shaft for h600 is bent

The shaft going from the top of the machine to where the agitator is i think is bent, it goes back and forth and grinds against the trim ring. so i got in there and got all the gears of the shaft but it doesn't want to come out, it moves up and down a few inches but doesn't want to lift out, how can i get the shaft out, do i need to remove the other 2 shafts with gears on them in order to get this one out?

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Thats the center shaft and if it moves back and forth the lower bearing is bad or the shaft has cracked.You need to remove all 3 shaft assemblys. if you already removed the gears on the center shaft then you need to remove the shifting yoke---turn power off to machine then take the screws off the trim plate where you shift speeds,you might see a switch that sits up on the shifter cam,remove the screws and put switch aside,take the 4 allen screws off and pull on the shifter(it will come out).If you didnt already drain the oil do it before you mess with the shifter.after the shifter is out grab the upper left gear assy. and the gear assy. below it,rock both gear assy. and pull up,they will both come out(you might need some force)once out remove the remaining gears on the center shaft and remove the shifting yokes.you then need to remove the planetary (lower part of mixer)if not already done,then pull the shaft out from the bottom.any questions let me know.

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I have a Hobart Kitchenaid K45SS mixer and want to know how to remove the agitator shaft from the planetary so I can paint the planetary.


To do this, the whole planetary news to be removed. Use a light hammer and 5/32" pin punch to drive out the pin holding the planetary in place. Then use two flat-blade screwdrivers placed on opposite spots under the planetary and push down on the screwdriver's handles. This will force the planetary up and off the central drive shaft.

Now you can remove the agitator drive shaft which is held on (depending upon the age of your mixer) by a screw or ring atop the gear at the end of the shaft.

Re-assembly is the reverse process. Be careful to line up the pin''s hole in the planetary with that in the drive shaft so that the pin can be driven back in place.

The Service Manual can be downloaded from:

http://www.kitchenaidparts.eu/documents/pdf/service-manual/classic-svc-manual-new-email-version.pdf

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b) the gear at the top of the shaft has come off and may very well been knocked around and possibly damaged beyond future use which means that you will need a new one and also
c) the shaft pin that holds the agitator gear in place has come out or been broken also
the fix is easy and your parts cost $ will be from $30.00 to $80.00 dollars depending on which parts you need. Now before you get palpitations, cost are listed as a possible need
1 new planetary $30.00, you may not need
2 new agitator shaft and gear assembly $27.00, pretty sure that you need but maybe not
3 new gasket $6.00
4 new gear grease $6.00 KA says 2 oz. (don't buy a 2lb (26.00 bucks) can when you only need 2 oz).


Without more clarity or a picture I can't help further. but before you start tearing you machine apart go to the KA website and get a parts list for your mixer
http://shared.whirlpoolcorp.com/product_literature/search.jsp?siteCd=KAD


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BRUCE, sorry for the initial solution... I had a total brain cramp of what you were describing and after reflecting on your original problem and then seeing your second entry realized what happened. You are absolutely correct that the planetary shaft is press fit onto the planetary housing. For whatever reason, I overlooked that.
I cannot explain why it the housing came of the shaft, but suspect that vibrations during its use caused the fitting to loosen and the planetary housing to fall off.
You have two options. Option #1) Purchase a new planetary assembly that includes the agitator shaft, which will run between $35~$57, plus S&H depending on the vendor or Option #2) try to reattach the planetary housing back onto planetary shaft. (BTW, if you reorder the planetary use the part number from your Parts List manual for your particular color and model, not the 9078036 number you found on the housing)
I suspect the planetary housing’s spline well has already been weakened and there may be micro-cracking which is not clearly evident so the refitting may or may not work. Of course it may be worth trying and fit back together without any problems.
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If you attempt to refit the planetary shaft back to its housing, place the housing on a piece of soft wood to protect the enamel paint before you start to hammer the shaft. Also use a piece of wood on the top of the shaft so you don’t accidentally damage the top of the shaft with your hammer. Good luck. I hope this solution was more helpful than my first one. – hslincoln, Burke, VA -

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