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Have an old kitchenaid mixer model k4-b, replaced the cord (thanks to this site),someone, and i'm not sayin who (me) went screw removal happy before reading HOW to replace the cord, as a result i took out the screws for the motor speed (in the back) and can't remember in what order the one in the top goes back together (screw, brace/bridge ,mixer? which way the bridge /brace thingy faces) AAAHHH im stuck!

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Remove the rear cap from the unit. Power comes in from the black wire with the white being common. Hold a voltmeter lead on the white and check for power on the black. Power goes across the bottom of the speed control unit via a buss bar. Check for power on the right side, I think it is a red wire (may be a white one). Power is taken into the motor via that wire, goes thru the windings and the brushes and then out the other brush wire and back to the board. Check for power on the return wire. If it is dead then either the windings in the motor are burned out or one of the brushes is dirty and needs to be cleaned and reseated prpperly [note there is one and only one way the brush goes in!!!! Install it incorrectly and the brush will not touch the commutator.

Try that and see if it runs after cleaning the brushes.

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