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Dough Hook Stops moveing under heavy load

Dough hook stops moving as the load gets heavier and heavier, eventually stopping althought the motor continues to operate without any problem. No noise or stress sounds coming from the motor, the dough hook just stops moving. Do these units have a slip clutch or some other mechanism to adjust the torque it can handle?

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  • Sorsa Feb 22, 2008

    Is that difficult to repair and how long shold it take a Hobart technician to fix.?

  • Sorsa Feb 27, 2008

    H600T I think we found the problem with a broken key.

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Does the mixer work in any other speeds?Are you mixing pizza dough and in what speed?I service these mixers alot--i work for hobart.It sounds to me like you have a sheared key on one of the shafts.The mixer doesnt have a clutch.

Posted on Feb 22, 2008

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  • anthony james
    anthony james Feb 23, 2008

    Does it run in any speeds?If it doesnt run in any speed it may be the sacraficial worm gear---11-2 hour labor plus parts.If it runs in some gears its probably a sheared key,the key is $5 bucks plus labor about 1 hour.Worst case senario if you switch gears and hear a noticable noise it may be a broken shaft/gears and this could be well over 1000 bucks to repair.Without seeing the mixer im giving you the problems that ive seen.Depending on the tech and how much he knows will determine the labor price.If you can give me some details about the mixer and i would need to ask you ? in detail,i could step you thru in order to repair it yourself but it is tedious.It would take me in ordinary time to troubleshoot and repair in 2-2-1/2 hours tops.

  • anthony james
    anthony james Feb 27, 2008

    what is your model?

  • anthony james
    anthony james Feb 27, 2008

    What shaft was the key on?

  • Todd Hon
    Todd Hon Mar 22, 2013

    Yes what shaft was the broken key on because we have the same problem!

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