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Re: mixers eating brass gear driven by motor pinon
Thats called a sacraficial gear because its brass which is a soft metal.This gear takes most of the strain but i think either a spacer is missing or the gears arent meshing correctly.The transmission assembly the shaft next to it make sure all the spacers/washers are there.Goto hobartcorp.com you will find an exploded parts breakdown.
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Do not heat up you have to strip the gear box but not all take the top gears off but look what you are doing its got to go back the same way or it won't work you have to take the worm gear off and then you can take it out from the back but if you can't do it get in touch with **** at x bakery in Haywood and ill sort it for you hope this helps it is a big job sorry
no there are no adjustments . you must have bent the case just a little , i dont see any good news for you , sorry . i have worked on hobart mixers for years and you should get 5-10 years out of that gear
When you say lag and catch up. This may not be a issue. I have seen this with dough and a spiral hooks on all sizes of Hobarts the hook and dough get in a position to push the hook forward and the drive gears catch back up the hook. in fist gear on the 20 quart this is common for sure. but its normal. if you have a real slip from a sheared key it will not take long to where you can hold the planetary shaft with your hand and stop it. another slip that might be possible is if your mixer has the first generation worm shaft gear Assembly. when it is worn out it will slip you. this is the shaft that drives directly off the motor. you can tell if it's first Gen by it has a large spring on it. the tow later versions are all keyed to the shaft no chance to slip unless a key shears.
amy, depending on how old your mixer is there are 2 types of clutches for 1st gear.these could be your problems--a key is sheared on the shaft--shaft/gear is broken.the bottom part of the mixer where you put on the attachements is called the planetary,does it look like it has moved down?you could tell if the dough hook,wire whip,ect,ect is hitting the bottom of the bowl.if this is the case its just simply tightening the 2 nuts next to the beater shaft.if this is not the case you would have to dissasemble the transmission.let me know.