Question about Hobart N50 Stand Mixer
I have two Hobart N-50's in need of ground-up (counter-up?) restoration, and I'm having trouble obtaining a service manual. I'll soon be disassembling them, stripping the paint, etc, and getting ready to order parts. They both seem to have good motors, but the transmissions don't look great (and don't work). I've heard that Hobart is worried that home mechanics might get hurt if they attempt to repair the mixers themselves, but if I can restore/rebuild Italian racing motorcycles (and race them), I think I can tackle a mixer. These mixers don't deserve to wind up in the metal recycling bin- help them have a new lease on life!
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Posted on Oct 30, 2008
What a load! If they REALLY cared for consumer's health and well being, Hobart would put out the information as to how to do it right, rather than have folks just tear into the mixers and put the back together any old way.
What they really want to protect is not consumers, but outrageous repair margins.
I'm OK with that, but have the integrity to call a spade a spade.
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
Im a hobart service tech and service these mixers alot.the usual suspect problems is the tumbler assembly.service manuals from hobart---good luck they dont release them.i can help you out,
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
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