Question about Hobart A200 Stand Mixer
The centrifugal switch is/was the speed regulator - yes, the power for the engine was supposed to go thru it; yes, the motor can work without it but it will always run at full speed, and over it when unloaded, causing a serious overstress and and much greater wear.
No, this is not the cause for you overheating capacitor : the capacitor is there to provide power at the correct phase shift to an extra coil inside the engine - that coil starts the engine and determines the direction of the rotation. The capacitor overheats because that coil is shorted. Unfortunately this is unfixable - that engine is dead.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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