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Hobart C-100 mixer HELP!!!!

I have a Hobart C-100 and I'm having a problem with it.
I took the speed shifter knob thing out and now I can put it back in but it turns freely. I don't know what to do? and I can't find a diagram that shows how it goes back together.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Here are to pics of my mixer:

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  • ko6xj Dec 28, 2008

    c100 mixer i have the same problem, but what i think happen is aa employee shifted greers before the motor came to a compete stop..shaft now or geer shaft pulls outward and stuck in hi geer do i have too do the same and pull planetaey geers or trans. out to replace shaft? thanks to all.....

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This is common there is a key on the shifter shaft and when you removed it the key came out and is floating in the grease in the tranny ready to destory the gears. That are no longer available at Hobart. if you want the shifter /switch plate off, remove the pin in shifter and the handle thats all. Hobart has a special puller I have two of them but you can use a H type puller to get to the pull threaded holes Mixer should be upside down on head to repair trans.

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Bad News!
Your going to have to pull the planetary and use a special puller to get the gear box plate off to get to the shifter yoke that the shaft goes thru, then reinsert shaft. Plan on changing the grease and seals if it leaks any oil out. Its Not the easiest mixer to service but can be done if your determined to get the job done.
Good Luck!

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How exactly do I get the gear plate off?

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