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  • proveritate Sep 09, 2008

    Unplugging the machine will not help. There is a gear problem and I need to know how to get to the gear so that it can be replaced. I need to get to the gear that moves and spins the mixer bar.

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Hi

My wife owns one of these, she calls it here Ferrari(because its red maybe).They are built tough, and gear breakages are caused by overloading the machine. You can get your parts from here

The gear that's failed is probably the fusegear, aptly named as it fails when the machine is overloaded. Use the exploded view to locate the part you require and away you go. They are not too hard to work on. Oh, and don't be fooled by the Whirlpool brand, they just re badge their products, so it is a KitchenAid.

cheers

robotek

Posted on Sep 10, 2008

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    Graeme Ross Sep 14, 2008

    Hi again, how did you go with sorting the problem.

    robotek


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The gear is actually a belt. or should be. place the head (where the beater bar is located) upside down so the bar is actually up. remove the screws around the base where the bar is located... it will come apart (look around the edges for any tabs holding the two pieces together. once you have the two parts apart... you will see the belt on one side of the bar. unless the belt has melted you should be able to locate a part number on it.

Replace and reassemble and you are good to go...

Robert
if you will provide me with the brand and model number i'll find you the replacement number

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Posted on Sep 09, 2008

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    Roberta Smith Sep 09, 2008

    please ignore my suggestion completely ... thanks.... beater bar made me think you were referring to a vacuum cleaner.

    My apologizes



    Robert

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Here is a page with replacement parts and the second link is to a service manual that should be of great help in order to disassemble the mixer. Let me know if you have any questions while taking it apart as I know the manual does not list your specific mixer in it but it is the same general design.

http://www.mendingshed.com/kagears.html

http://downloads.mendingshed.com/KitchenAid_Service_Manual.pdf

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U have to go with a professinol service man

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Lets know what the exact problem is and maybe we can search for a solution for it.

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Unplug for some time n then replug and on the switch.see wether it solves ur problem

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