Question about Food Processors
Hi, I bought a second-hand Kenwood a701a mixer from the 1970s. I have used it a few times, and it worked fine. Then today all of a sudden the machine seems to have lost power. The dough hook and the other main attachments are still turning fine and at a good speed, but they are not strong enough to actually mix the dough. The thing that I noticed is that before I could feel some kind of resistance if I tried to spin the planetary attachment while attaching the dough hook or K-beater. Now I can turn it with no effort. Any suggestions on what this could be and how I could fix it would be much appreciated. Thank you!
Hi, I've the same model # A710a, the rubber belt inside this mixer is broken and its not available with kenwood service center, singapore and india. kindly suggest where can I get it or if belt from any other brand has that can be a fit in this. thanks
Posted on Apr 24, 2016
Sounds like the motor armature is burn. Dissemble the unit, remove the motor. Loosen the bolts running from end to end of the motor and with emery cloth, clean the small metal plates on the ehd of the armature. They should be bright copper colour. I the armature is burnt, they will be dull brown. The other thing is to replace the brushes in the motor.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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