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WILL NOT RUN (KSM90WW)

IS THERE A RESET ON THIS UNIT. I TOOK THE BACK PIECE OFF AND UNHOOKED THE CONNECTIONS ALLOWING ME TO REMOVE THE ELECTRIC CHORD. THERE WAS A GREEN, WHITE, AND BLACK WIRE CONNECTION WAS ALL I TOOK LOOSE. WHEN I REATTACHED THE WIRES AND CHORD THE THING WOULD NOT WORK. I HAVE CHECKED ALL OUTLETS AND THEY ALL WORK.

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  • THEADORE May 01, 2008

    this problem still exists. please assist........

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Theadore something is not connected right or something else got disconnected. there is no reset on these mixers. may i ask why you removed the back housing?

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    CJ C May 09, 2008

    theadore I am trying to assist you. but first I need to know exactly how you have it connected. it sounds is if something is not making contact with the motor contacts or something is not connected right with the power.

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