I have a KP26MIXWH mixer that when I turn it on at it's lowest speed it immediately runs up to it's highest speed and then stops. None of the other settings will get the motor to turn althoug
On the professional 600 model there is a speed control board (Computer board) that is probably the culprit. Easy fix cost $30-$35.00 dollars for the part plus shipping. if you are under warranty then Kitchenaid will fix. If not you can do it quickly. Go to kitchenaid site look for support tab on right top side of window and click it, look for get user guides and manuals in the next window, click it, enter on the right side of the next page the model number and who you are (consumer), then you will be taken to another page that has the manuals listed on the left the upper manual is for user guide the lower manual is for parts list. Down load the parts guide / list so that you can find your particular speed board and it will show you how to disassemble and replace. It really is an easy fix. Not messy or complicated, just take your time and lay your parts out in a manner that will make YOU remember how they go back in. There are no other computer boards in the mixer so you will have no problem recognizing it. call Kitchenaid customer service and ask where the nearest service center is, if you live close by take your part number to the center and you can probably get it at the parts desk (fast parts, more expensive than internet, no shipping costs) Please let us know if this helps or if you need more help, that's why we're here.
Sep 17, 2012 |
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