Question about KitchenAid Food Mixers
Kitchen Aid Power Plug damaged. I am afraid to trust black electrical tape. How can I fix it?
DO NOT USE THE MIXER UNTIL YOU MAKE PROPER REPAIRS!
You can buy a replacement plug at a home center to replace the damaged one with.
Make certain if the old plug is polarized (one blade slightly longer or wider, depending on how you look at it, than the other), that the replacement is of the same type.
If polarized, it will be important to connect the wires properly once you have cut the old plug off.
If the old cord has a black and a white conductor, the black goes to the narrow blade, the white goes to the wider blade.
If not colored, then not the cord will be ribbed. The ribs go to the wider blade, the smooth goes to the narrow blade. Be sure you get this correct for best electrical and shock protection.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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