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H-600 Turn Handle slips, bowl does not go back down

Turned the handle like always and now the bowl does not go back down, handle turns with some noise

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  • hickorydec Mar 25, 2008

    After removing panel, the top bar support had broken off the housing of unit and cracked the unit itself. Possibly looking into welding instead of having to replace. Let me know if anyone else has run into this problem

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Does the handle seem to move easier?there is a shear pin on the handle and if it breaks the bowl wont move.Another thing to check is remove the silver plateon the front of the mixer there are 2 possibly 4 screws,when you remove this plate you will see a long screw about 3 feet long.turn the handle if the screw doesnt turn that pin may be broken.let me know.

Posted on Mar 20, 2008

  • anthony james
    anthony james Mar 25, 2008

    If what your talking about is a brass square nut its a hobart part # and so is the plate thats on top.

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