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Second Gear When the mixer is shiffted to the second gear it slows down when the load thickens and becomes heavy.

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  • pascal nz Dec 03, 2008

    my d300 does it in all 3 gears, and yes, i can stop it by hand, no, no special sound

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Sorry so late for the reply.When the product slows down---how slow?can you grab the shaft and stop it from moving?What product are you mixing?

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