Question about Hobart N50 Stand Mixer
I have taken apart an early 1950's Hobart N50G mixer and had many of the parts replated/restored/painted. I took the pieces back to a Hobart service facility and the technician there put the entire unit back together but has 4 remaining mystery parts left over. (1 part, 4 pieces)
Due to the age of the unit, the service department has no drawings nor parts diagram that give a clue as to where this part goes.
The mystery part is cylindrical and looks like a roller bearing with a hole drilled completely through its center (it's shaped like this on the end view £) The part is .687 inches long with an outside diameter of .375 inches and hole drilled through the length with an ID of .220 inches.
On later years diagrams, there is a mention to a part (sleeve) that covers the four bolts that hold the motor into the body and to protect the electrical wire connections. It is not this part.
Anybody out there have a clue as to where this part goes?
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Posted on Jan 12, 2009
Is this like a brass bushing? whats it made out of?
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to www.hobartservice.com, register, then go to select "food machines" in the Product Group, then "mixers"and look for the Discontinued Products, then find the N-50 mixer drawings, they are all there, even the old ones. Look through the "exploded" drawings for your extra parts. It seems to me that the tech who put this together should know if they belong to this mixer or not. Does he work for Hobart? Or is he a repair person who states that he knows how to repair Hobart products. If he does'n't work for Hobart, these parts may have been on his bench BEFORE he looked at your mixer. A true Hobart Tech has access to specs on ALL models and the ability to access the Service Manuals. If you find this solution helpfull, please rate it. ricardok45
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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