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A200 problem I have an older model mixer that appears to be an A200. The serial and model # are missing but I went to Hobart.com and matched the look. We use it for pizza dough only. It would not turn at all in 1st to 2nd under a load but appeared fine in 3rd. With no load it would turn but I could hold it with my hand an stop in first two gears. I have it tore down now and can't find any shaved pins. Any suggestions on what I might look for and where I can find diagram for reassembly? Thanks, Mike

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  • nalaruss Feb 05, 2008

    I went thru it today and found a sheared key on one of the two smaller shafts that are offset in the top of the mixer. I replaced the key and now have found a diagram to make sure I get things back together properly. Thanks

  • aldenkent Feb 26, 2008

    I have the same problem only in first gear.I took the machine apart and cleaned it all up and checked the gear shift to make sure it moved the clutch up and down.All the pins look like they are in place but i'm not sure about the clutch gear moving up and down.


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Check the planetary.this is the bottom part of the mixer where you attach the hook.
You will see two nuts; make sure their tight as the planetary may have moved down.
Also have a look below:
http://cgi.ebay.com/HOBART-A200-20-QUART-MIXER-SERVICE-PARTS-MANUAL_W0QQitemZ160203114233QQcmdZViewItem

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