I'm handy with things, but don't know the procedure to take apart the mixer. My wife pushed it too hard while using it to knead bread, and now it has a continual "dik-dik-dik-dik-dik" sound when run, that speeds up when run faster. I think she may have partially stripped the gears. Is there a website describing how to disassemble/reassemble these?
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www.ereplacementparts.com. I did a complete tear down and parts repair on my wife's Kitchenaid mixer. This is the site I used to get the needed parts. They were very helpful, fast and the parts worked great.
I just took a look at my wife's... all you do is line up the pin and the slot in the attachment. Then push the attachment up over the pin and give it a twist... this will hold it on....just that easy!!
They give only one year warranty. But these devices are not so complicated.
Have the right handy guy a look at it. You know anybody on the block?
Else you have to go to a repair shop. Diagnozing her from here is undo-able.
And still not fixed over there. I think it is a small thing.
KitchenAid Ice Cream Maker Attachment: Convert any KitchenAid stand mixer into an ice cream maker with this handy attachment, and you can make a homemade treat that's fresh and pure. Store the bowl in the freezer, follow directions and you'll soon be making up to two quarts of your favorite frozen dessert. The ice cream maker is designed to fit all KitchenAid household stand mixers.
Instructions: The freezer bowl must be frozen for 18-24 hours prior to first use. Before each use, bowl must be completely frozen. Cycle time: 30-min. for soft-serve ice cream. For firmer consistency put in freezer for 1-2 additional hours.