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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Its a 325 watt mixer. If you grind or mix dough often you may consider getting something stronger or turn it off every ten minutes or so and let it cool down. We burned a 325 and got the 575 watt "600" series and no problems ever since. I know these things are expensive. The 325 is more mixer than grinder. The attachements fit ANY size mixer but some are not recommended for use in all mixers.
If its quiting see my posts on "doesn't run at sitr" and "Removing the motor cover" To get inside and clean those contacts.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
It sounds like the pulley is not adjusted correctly. This is causing the belt to move on you. Carefully inspect and adjust the pulley so it is square and flat. Use a straight edge.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
the guy that said that the meat produces this is full of it since the black reside is the blade friction against the round metal piece with the holes, i had black fine powder all over my mixer without any meat
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
I would not put a brushcutter blade on this unit. The curved shaft quik disconnect may not hold up to the shock torque created by the brushblade. It may damage the drive shaft since it is a curved shaft quik disconnect model. You may have to purchase a straight shaft trimmer to get that job done.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
The grinder part is driven by a shaft from the motor, and not only held in place but caused to turn by a 'shear pin' passing through the grinder bit and the motor shaft. The broken pieces of the shear pin need to be removed from the grinder part and the motor shaft, and a new one inserted. A common 'roll pin' of the correct diameter should do the trick.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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