Question about Hobart A200 Stand Mixer
I bought a used Hobart H200 qand it was working fine when suddenly I turned it on and there was the motor running and no beater action. I tried changing gears and no dice! It's as if the transmission is shot or something snapped or came loose inside the trans case.
When I opened the case, I found a load of greas that I am afraid to remove and can't see anything. I am concerned about cost to repair, If anyone has a cheap solution and a way to buy new trans grease and how much is needed, I would appreciate your input
Most likely there is a broken shaft, seized bearing, or a stripped gear.
The service tech will unassemble everything and replace the necessary warn or broken parts. He will re-assemble everything, check for proper gear lash and bushing clearances, and re-pack new grease.
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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