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My kitchenaid mixer has a large amount of vibration when used on speed 4. So much vibration that the head pin was vibrating out of place.

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    The head vibrates and the pin that holds it on is sliding out

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If you tip the entire unit on it's side you'll find a screw holding the pin described above in place. Take a flat head screwdriver and tighten that baby up. You'll be all set.

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