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The small wire for the magnetic bowl-shield sensor came off and I have no idea where it goes. If its not an easy fix is there any way to bypass the bowl hight sensor and the magnetic sensor?

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You would need to get an electric schematic usually one is in the side cover plate.Just a note if you bypass this safety and you call say hobart service out to fix it they will not work on it if the safety has been bypassed they would have to fix the safety before they work on it.did the wire break off of the switch itself or get pulled from the inside somewere.

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See IPC for detail
https://feg.hobartcorp.com/resourcecenter/Discontinued%20Product%20Documentation/F34656%20Rev%20B_lk.pdf

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the magnet is in the front gaurd. I suspect you have it taped on the back. looked behind the gaurd and you will see a small nut with a threaded stud looking thing in the neck of the mixer this is a electricl switch the magnet works. maybe your magnet is not ligned up on it or the switch is bad and you need a new one. the head is held on with 4 bolts onder the head is the switch and another switch for the bowl lift. . Best solution is have your front gaurd on and sliding corretly get a new magnet for it and it will lign up. If I cam and fixed it only way I would is with gaurd magnet. Can you tell I am factory trained and been drilled by Hobart lawyers many times. LOL never bypass a Saftey
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Hobart part # 438525

http://www.hobartlink.com/extranet/extranetmanualsandcatalogs.nsf/57866D624A678E7385256CB0007232DA/$File/F-19357%20(05-95).pdf

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