Question about KitchenAid KWCU265HSS Kitchen Hood
It is possible that if you can get the motor out of there and get some WD-40 worked into the bearings you can get it running again...
turn it so the shaft is pointing up and then spray the WD-40 right on the shaft and let it run down and into the bearing...
once you get the shaft spinning more freely then place a few drops of light motor oil or sewing machine oil on the shaft and let it run into the bearing before turning the motor from the shaft up position and reinstalling...
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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