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There are a few things that could cause your mixer not to run. If the carbon brushes located on the left and right side of your unit are worm are gone your mixer will not operate. part number for both brushes are 9706416.Take good notice on HOW these come out as they will only work ONE WAY. another cause of this could be from simply a burned wire often this will be the case. if after checking the wiring visually by taking the back off. another possible cause of this could be from a bad field winding or motor.

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