20 Most Recent KitchenAid Kitchen Aid KPRA Pasta Sheet Roller Plus Fettuccine And Spaghetti Cutter Questions & Answers


KitchenAid doesn't sell any internal parts for the KitchenAid pasta attachments, the only thing to do is buy a replacement, if it is just the pasta roller you can purchase the KPSA, if not the others are just sold in the KPRA pack

KitchenAid... | Answered on Mar 20, 2014


I don't have a direct answer for you. There are many things which could cause the noise from a beater simply hitting the bowl to internal gear problems. You did not say which model you have so take a look at the two Service Manuals linked below. One of these ought to cover your machine.

http://www.kitchenaidparts.eu/documents/pdf/service-manual/classic-svc-manual-new-email-version.pdf

http://ep.yimg.com/ty/cdn/mendingshed/kitchenaid6qtservicemanual.pdf

KitchenAid Food... | Answered on Jan 12, 2021


Before you plug it in, try moving the speed control lever it's full range a few times.

If problem abates, then likely oxidation in the switch or speed contacts (control board).

If problem persists then likely either the control board and/or hall effect sensor will need replaced. This model does not use brushes.

KitchenAid Food... | Answered on Jan 05, 2021


If it is an older unit, the motor has become week. If new, the motor may be defective.

KitchenAid Food... | Answered on Dec 26, 2020


Hi,

I am sorry to hear you are having problems with your machine.

I have added a link below that may help you with this issue:

https://www.kaparts.co.uk/Help/KitchenAidHelp/KitchenAidMixerHelp/HeadofMixerBouncingorWobbling/tabid/659/Default.aspx


I hope this helps!

KitchenAid Food... | Answered on Sep 25, 2020


I am unfamiliar with the types of plug and socket you refer to - we use a different standard in the UK though the principle is identical.
An appliance with a metal body would usually require a ground connection though if the electrical parts are double insulated a ground connection could be deemed an unnecessary safety precaution.

Firstly is the rated voltage of the mixer the same as your supply? Assuming it is correct, is the power cord 2 core cable or 3 core?
If it is 2 core the mixer has a fault as the metal body should not be live (or hot).
If it is 3 core is is possible either the plug is internally connected wrongly, the power cord is connected wrongly inside the mixer or the mixer electrical system is faulty and your power outlet doesn't have an effective ground connection.

If your consumer unit (main fuse and breaker box) complies with modern standards, the ELCB or RCD should have tripped as soon as you plugged in your mixer.

KitchenAid Food... | Answered on Aug 29, 2020


In the days before electronic speed controls, speed reduction was by a number of series resistors and at low speed there was a lack of torque. Professional mixers overcame the problem by using a multiratio gearbox that wouldn't disgrace a motorcycle or a small car.

Electronic speed control allowed speed feedback so when a load is applied and the motor slows, more current would be supplied tending to maintain the speed - not perfect by any means but usually much more efficient than the old system. I don't know the precise details how the system works but I expect that is where the fault is.

KitchenAid Food... | Answered on Aug 26, 2020


My wife has the same model and the planetary unit fell off shortly after we bought it. Since we had moved overseas to a remote pacific island, getting it fixed under warranty was out of the question.

Since the rotary unit is a pressue fit, I pressed it back into place and it worked fine for about 3 months before I had to repeat the process. After that it became a monthly ritual.

I finally decided to fix it for good. What I did was drill a 3/8" hole in the center of the nub in the middle of the inverted rotary cover plate. I then drilled a 5/16" pilot hole in the center of the grooved shaft that the rotary cover plate presses onto. I then tapped that hole with a 18 NC tap. I was careful to tap it just a little shy of the depth of the cap screw that I was going to insert into the threaded hole so that it would jam as I tightened it. I then greased all the gears with a white machine grease and pressed the roary cover plate back onto the shaft. I then put a washer on a 5/16"-18 x 1" socekt head cap screw and clamped the thing together. It hasn't come off in the last 2 years.

While I am moderately skilled in this sort of thing it wasn't a precision operation. Since I was living in a fairly remote location with no shop, I did the entire operation on the kitchen counter using a handheld electric drill. Probably the hardest part was determining how deep to tap the shaft. I did it by trial and error. You can adjust the depth by using a washer or two of varying thicknesses.

I'm really surprised how lame a design using a press fit for this assembly is. They could easily prevent the problem by using my approach or even putting a cotter pin through the shaft and reciever tube in the rotary cover plate (a small hole would be needed in the side of the tube to set the cotter pin).

From what I've seen on the internet while looking for a solution, this is a fairly pervasive problem.

We thought we were buying a high quality machine that we thought would be reliable in our remote situation. Fortuantely, other than the falling rotary cover issue, the machine has worked great.

KitchenAid Food... | Answered on Jul 14, 2020


what do you mean by "slip"
the blades quit turning?
or slow down?
or lose power?
or out of alignment?
in other words how do you know they are "slipping"?

KitchenAid Food... | Answered on Jun 10, 2020


First I would find a repair depot for kitchen Aid and see if parts are still available for your model and if they will sell them to end users. They may also be able to help with a parts blowup diagram.

KitchenAid Food... | Answered on Jun 06, 2020


Worn carbon motor brushes typically cause motor sparking when you're running the mixer. Unplug the stand mixer and examine the motor brushes for wear. To remove a motor brush, use a screwdriver to unscrew the motor brush cap. Pull the cap and the carbon brush out.

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KitchenAid Food... | Answered on Apr 13, 2020


The blades will need to be removed and cleaned. Make sure. Always make sure to Unplug your mixer before taking apart

KitchenAid Food... | Answered on Apr 06, 2020


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KitchenAid Food... | Answered on Feb 14, 2020


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KitchenAid Food... | Answered on Jan 05, 2020


Hiya,

I am sorry to hear you are having trouble with your mixer. It may be you need to replace your motor brushes or they haven't been inserted correctly. Below I have added a link for our help page on removing and replacing the motor brushes:
https://www.kaparts.co.uk/Help/KitchenAidHelp/KitchenAidMixerHelp/KitchenAidMotorBrushReplacement/tabid/597/Default.aspx

I hope this helps you to fix your mixer :)

KitchenAid Food... | Answered on Dec 16, 2019


Hiya,

I am sorry to hear you are having problems with your machine.

It could be that your motor brushes have worn down too much or are not in the correct way. I have added a help link below which will show you how to remove and replace your motor brushes:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YuS3atXR0M

I hope this helps you!!

KitchenAid Food... | Answered on Dec 12, 2019


Yes and isn't that the dumbest design for something like that. 3 screws when older models had 4 and no locating pegs where older models had 2. Great progress Kitchen Aid.

KitchenAid Food... | Answered on Dec 03, 2019

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