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KitchenAid KSM90 stand mixer transmission

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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  • Anonymous Sep 28, 2008

    mine sounds like clunk,clunk, & it is only 19 months old, hardly used, my husband had the meat grinder attachment on, & had it set at about 7or8 & apparently you should only have it on 4 for the meat grinder, which they should have stamped on the white attachment, I think anyway. took the top off & the transmission gears are stripped, & oil everywhere, cover on transmission is black plastic, & where it is screwed down is all broken too. Not too happy, thought this Professional plus 5 450 watt would last a very long time, so now will have to pay for this to be replaced as far as I know. Maria

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Http://www.fixya.com/support/t636606-kitchenaid_ksm90_stand_mixer

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

Check this site there is a service manual
http://www.mendingshed.com Hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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