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I have a Hobart mixer, model # A 200 T, serial # 1-347-108, when you turn it on the unit it produces a loud hum and the shaft barely rotates.

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The loud hum is generated by a damaged motor, the current that passes thru it makes it vibrate instead of turning. Sorry, never heard of replacement motors for it. But instead of junking it you can sell it for parts here
http://www.food-equipment.com/parts_Hobart_mixers.htm

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