Question about Hobart N50 Stand Mixer
Hi, I have an older, I think 70's N50 Hobart. Can you please tell me where the trip button is for it? Can I do whole wheat dough in it without stripping the motor gear? And I am thinking about buying a Pro 600 on eBay if I can find a good deal, but does it really have more power than the N-50 (I don't need both and I really love my N-50). Thank you (:
The reset button is to protect over amping the motor. The N-50 is not a very strong unit, (commercially), but you won't break a gear. If you overload the unit, you'll either trip the overload (reset button), or you will break the taper pin that attaches the planetary to the center shaft.
If you're looking for a small commercial unit, and you're in the US, look into the 10 qt Precision Mixer.
Posted on Apr 25, 2008
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