Question about Food Mixers
Posted by Anonymous on
SOURCE: same speed
Steve,check the planetary.this is the bottom part of the mixer where you attach the hook.you will see 2 nut make sure their tight as the planetary may have moved down.your mixer is an a200 right?also what speed do you think its running in now?im a hobart service tech and repair these mixers often.if you need a parts breakdown or part # let me know.
Posted on Feb 02, 2008
SOURCE: Have a KS55 mixer that
A lot of things can happen to a piece of machinery after 4 years of idling time.
Dust, moisture, rust and dry hard Grease are just few of the problems. The
good news is it's not hard to put it back into service again. Obtain a copy
of the Repair Part List from Kitchenaid.com and start opening up the mixer.
Vacuum all dust inside, remove dirt and debris. Open up the Transmission
Housing and scoop out of the old grease. Use fresh Kitchenaid Food Grade
Grease for all gears including the Agitator (part of the Planetary Assembly) and
you are good to go.
Posted on Jul 03, 2011
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