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My kitchen aid stand mixer startnig making noise and wobbling. I noticed that the pin attaching the top to the base has been pushed out halfway and I can't push it back. Any solutions?

Remove the bowl, turn it upside down on a towel, look up inside the pedestal. Right in the middle where the hinge pin goes through there is a screw, unscrew it a little, push the hinge pin back to where it belongs and then tighten the screw up tight. Turn mixer up the right way, raise head up, fit bowl & flat paddle. Lower head & turn machine on low, listen for paddle tinging on bowl, if it is touching turn off and raise the head. Look into hinge area from the front, that screw is the head height adjustment. Clockwise to lower paddle in bowl, anti clockwise to raise. You want to lower it until you hear the paddle tinging on the bowl & then raise it enough to clear without tinging. You don't wind the screw in & out huge amounts, 1/4 to 1/2 a turn at a time is plenty.

Dec 14, 2014 | KitchenAid KITCHEN AID 5 Quart Artisan...

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Float in carb.

Hi Stan,It sounds like you are missing your float needle. There is no reasonable explanation for it to disappear if the float was not removed.The float needle is typically made from aluminum with a black conical gasket tip to create the seal when the float is in the raised position to stop the flow of fuel. They are fairly inexpensive to replace. Seeing that your generator is a Powermate 5000, if it is an older unit using a Tecumseh engine you will have to be very specific with serial and model numbers, since Tecumseh has gone out of business. Replacing the float needle is fairly easy. Some carburetor bowls are formed with an uneven bottom to allow proper travel of the float and they must be re-installed in the correct orientation. If the bowl is round and completely flat on the bottom the orientation doesn't matter. After the bowl is removed the float needs to be removed also. Where the float hangs on its hinge there is a stainless steel pin that needs to be removed, some carburetors have a nub on one side that allows the pin to be removed in only one direction. A finishing nail that is smaller than the pin will push it out with little effort. On the top of the float as it would be oriented in its installed position there will be a horse shoe shaped receiver that the float needle slides into, there also might be a small spring in the replacement, be careful with this spring it is easily damaged and easily lost. The float needle is placed into the receiver on the float, then carefully take the assembly and slide the float needle into the orifice while the float is lined up to go back into its hinge. Align the float to receive the hinge pin and slide it in. Make sure that your bowl gasket is in good condition and replace the bowl keeping in mind if the bowl is formed for float swing travel. Add a little gas and check for leaks. If leaks are present the causes will be bad gaskets either on the top of the bowl or the bottom by the nut. Another cause could be that the bowl is rubbing on the float and keeping the valve open, loosen the nut and rotate the bowl until the float swings freely then re-tighten and check for leaks. Last but not least you have the wrong float needle and it is not long enough to seal correctly when the float has risen to the full position. Good Luck,Michael Burke

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Got a rear tine tecumseh motor that will not allow gas to get into bowl, replaced needle value and seat. Should the bowl be set horizontially? I don't hear any gas in bowl.

its always best to put a line on the bowl, to the bowl housing. ( i scratch mine in with a nail). then when you put it on, match 2 lines. iit may be possible float is stuck up like some woman i use to no, lol... but anyways, if one side of the bowl is deeper, (deeper side) has to go directly acrossfrom the float hinges.. i hope this helps....

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The top of the mixer began shaking and thumping when running, I realized the tilt head is pressed forward a little too far, causing the basic mixing attachment to press too far down into the bowl, maybe by...

Tip the machine upside down on a towel, centralise the hinge pin and tighten the grub screw that locks it into place. This is right up inside the pedestal, there is only one screw there to see.
Now stand it up and fit the mixing bowl & flat paddle, turn the machine on speed one, if the paddle is tinging on the bowl then we now need to set the head height. Turn the motor off.
Raise the motor up and from the front of the machine look in by where the motor hinges on the pedestal. You can see one screw head there. If it's tinging the bowl then you need to turn the screw anti clockwise enough so that the paddle no longer tings on the bowl.
Once it's stopped tinging put it onto max speed and make sure it still clears at high speed, if not turn the screw until it stops tinging. That's it.

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My carb is contantly leaking petrol out of the overflow pipe and is backfiring

The overflowing is caused by foreign matter caught in the float valve. Turn the fuel petcock off and drain the fuel from the float bowl by unscrewing the drain screw on the bottom.
If this fails to cure the problem, you will need to remove the carburetor and take the float bowl off. Then remove the float hinge pin and pull out the float valve. If the tapered seat is visibly worn, replace it.
Installing an in-line fuel filter helps, too.

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The tilt part of my mixer moves when mixing, more so as the speed increases. Is this normal? At first I thought it was because the beater was hitting the bottom of the bowl, but I have corrected for this...

The motor head will have some natural movement to it because it's a rotating mechanism and it's meeting resistance in the bowl when it comes to your ingredients. If you're confident that the mixing head shaking is not something normal, and you've all ready looked at the beater to bowl adjustment, here is my suggestion:

Running through the base of the mixer, near the hinge, is a little hinge pin. It's a steel rod that should be flush on each side of the base. This is what we're focusing on.

Turn the mixer gently onto its side. Underneath the mixer, there is a hollow portion looking upward into the base of the mixer itself. At the bottom of this hollow is a single flat-head screw. Go ahead and loosen this screw. When this screw is loosened, the hinge pin will come out of the base. Holding the hinge pin flush with the base, re-tighten this screw.

If the hinge pin was loose at all (which can happen over time and use of the machine), this may cause the locking mechanism of the mixer to not function optimally. This could cause excess movement.

Jul 01, 2009 | KitchenAid Artisan

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