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NOT TRUE!!!! the re is actually no oil in your mixer it is a vegetable base food safe gear grease. It separates after time and use and just need to be re packed and a new gasket installed. There is a quick trick to try to see if your mixer grease is at end of life or just separated from non use.
Turn your mixer upside down on a towel on the counter and turn it to speed six for two minuets then turn rite side up and run for two minuets again then do the process again at least one more time, if the leaking grease stops dripping then you have successfully re-mixed the grease if it continues to drip then your grease is at end of life and needas to be repacked. If it stops you will be good for another few years. i would suggest that you do the remix before you use your mixer if the remix works, even though you use it to grind meat it may be that you are still not using it enough through the year. So before mixing re-mix. Hope that helps, if you are at end of life on your grease you will have to do a tear down to clean all old and re-pack with new and a new gasket, Cheap to do but rather messy a two roll of paper towels job. nice thing is because it is vegetable based it washes right up with mild soap and water from all surfaces and your hands and your clothes, but don't wait to wash the clothes as it will stain if you leave it too long.
I am not sure what has happened to your mixer but, select
different speeds from Stir to 10. If it runs OK, then there is
nothing to worry about, otherwise do the following to re-adjust the mixer's speeds:
Get a copy of the Repair Part List of your model from Kitchenaid.com
Remove the screw holding the End Cover and locate the three screws from the Control Plate. All three (2 top left and right, and 1 bottom) must be adjusted.
1. Loosen the lock nuts enough & Turn the 2 top screws clockwise until they cannot be turned anymore. Leave the bottom screw alone for now. 2. Use a dab of white paint or paper whiteout to mark the positions of the Phillips screws. 3. Plug in your mixer and Set the speed selector to "Stir". 4. Turn each top screw One full turn couterclockwise (alternating between Left and Right) Keep making one full turn at the time (for both left and right) until the motor starts running. 5. Put your hand near the Agitator shaft and allow it to brush your finger slightly. Use your watch or clock and start counting the number of times the shaft touches your finger in 60 seconds. The correct count should be 60 RPM (Rounds Per Minute). If it is less or more than 60, give each screw 1/4 turn counterclockwise or clockwise and start counting again. Now tighten both lock nuts. 6. Set the speed selector to "6" and turn the bottom screw either clockwise or counterclockwise to achieve a speed of 180 RPM.
For your reference, the planetary RPM's for the 5-qt. tilt-head Artisan Stand Mixer are as follows:
Firstly I would check it is fully engaged. If it is, remove the food grinder and look into the hole. You should be able to see a square hole inside. Turn on the mixer, the square hole should spin, if it does not, one of the gears inside the head has most likely broken. To repair this you will need to take the head apart.
The other possibility is that I misread your problem and that the grinder is turning, but the meat wont go through the plates at the end. This is a common issue which happens if the blade is not put in the end of the grinder. The blade is shaped like a cross and cuts the meat when it reaches the end of the screw.
Its a 325 watt mixer. If you grind or mix dough often you may consider getting something stronger or turn it off every ten minutes or so and let it cool down. We burned a 325 and got the 575 watt "600" series and no problems ever since. I know these things are expensive. The 325 is more mixer than grinder. The attachements fit ANY size mixer but some are not recommended for use in all mixers.
If its quiting see my posts on "doesn't run at sitr" and "Removing the motor cover" To get inside and clean those contacts.
This is a common issue with the Kitchenaid food grinder. The black residue is a product of the meat itself.
With Kitchenaid Food Grinder Attachments, it is recommended that the meat be partially frozen before grinding. This is to ensure a quality grind and to make sure the meat holds all its juices while grinding.
If any juices from the meat are leaked into the food grinder, the friction will cause a chemical reaction and turn the juice from the meat into a black substance.
depending on the model there is a round cover on the front of the mixer. Detach it to expose the secondary drive connection. Depending on what you are connecting to it you need to connect to the drive port and secure the accessory so it is stable. If you need instructions google kitchen aid and ask them for a manual.
i have had the same problem.Chances are that the thermister has burnt out. This is not a major problem. You can get the part at radio shack for about $1. All you need is a little screwdriver and about 10 minutes and it will be fixed. The thermister is a silver (fuse) that is located on the back of the motor the other side goes to the speed control board. Radio shack sells this thermister in a two pack put one in and tape the other in the cover for the next time this happens.The thermister should be 120v @ either 135 degrees or anything around 150 degrees. The thermister is an overheat limiter that prevents the motor from burning out.