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Hi please advise how I can replace the broken agitator shaft of a N50 hobart mixer! I try to take out the planetary after removing the taper pin but it seems that's not the right way to reach the shaft gear! In any case I hope that to procede will not be necessary to dessamble the gear box starting from the motor side!!! Waiting your step by step advice. Thanks

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  • c_domini Sep 25, 2009

    thanks alenort... your one was a great solution!
    the new trouble is that looking those pictures really made me scared!!

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This is a very difficult task to do as it may be addressing a legal issue especially that Hobart are very protective of their products and how the public get self-help…I can do better than step by step instructions and avoid Hobart chasers…I can give you a link to a photos of the unit taken apart and I am sure that may help you. Let me know and please do not forget to rate my service to be able to continue providing service and improve on it…God bless
The link: http://forum.kitchenaid.com/forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=15979.

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  • sunifar Oct 25, 2011

    Can you please activate the link "http://forum.kitchenaid.com/forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=15979.".I also have the same issue to replace the shaft.Please help.

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