Question about Food Mixers
Put another control panel. Same thing. Worked for like 15-20 min and lights went away again. So I put 3rd control panel on it. Same thing. Worked for a while and lights went away. Bowl goes up and down. Mixer wont start mixing. No lights , no error codes, nothing. Please help. Thank you in advance.
SOURCE: bosch universal mixer
Sounds like the belt came off when you tried to mix the frosting while it was cold. Just too much of a load. It will have to be taken apart and the belt put back on.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
First thing, check the Hall Effect Sensor (part # 9703312) to make sure that it is seated snugly AND properly! The Hall Effect sensor measures the speed of a tiny rotating magnet and basically tells your mixer how fast it should rotate. I was experiencing the same problem that many others have described here--my mixer would go really fast no matter what speed I put it on and it would shut off after five seconds. I came to the FixYa site and saw that one solution that seemed to work was to replace the Hall Effect sensor. So I went to a local hardware store and purchased a new Hall Effect Sensor for about $13. After I replaced the "defective" sensor, my mixer still did not work. So, I started experimenting with the three prong orientation of the control board--this can make a big difference. After a little trial and error, I found the correct orientation for the sensor and my mixer worked good as new! But I was curious to see if the improper orientation was the cause of my original "defective" sensor. So I put the "defective" sensor back with the proper orientation and THIS ALSO FIXED MY SPEED PROBLEM! There was nothing wrong with my original Hall Effect Sensor at all--it simply was not snugly or properly seated! I'm not sure how it happened--possibly over time the sensor prongs may have become unseated from the vibrations of running the mixer on high speeds--but my original Hall sensor was not seated properly or snugly. So before you run out and buy a new Hall Effect sensor make sure that the original one is not only snugly seated but also properly oriented! If I knew how to add digital pics, I would have put pictures in my comments to clearly demonstrate what I found. Unfortunately, I am not sure how to do this. To sum this up: 1. Download the parts information and diagrams from the Kitchenaid site and find the Hall sensor (part # 9703312). 2. Make sure that the Hall sensor is firmly attached on both ends. The actual sensor should be located next to a tiny magnet and this end needs to be securely seated. And the other end of the Hall effect sensor has three small prong holes which also need to be firmly and corrected seated to the control board! Bottom line, my mixer is working like new and I put the original Hall Effect sensor back in the mixer. I'm going to hold on the new one as a backup...you never know.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
What you replaced were the contacts on the overload,correct?These 'heaters' look like springs?If so you have other issues.I'm a hobart tech and repair these mixers often.Are you mixing pizza dough?
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
SOURCE: Hobart Mixer bowl won't go up
If the worm screw is turning but not lifting the bowl, the bowl lift nut is stripped.
H600 part number is 24198.
To change it, you need to undo the screws down the right side yoke slide to release the yoke. You will need to lift the yoke to reach some of them. If you have some wood place it under the yoke and over the legs to protect the paint. On top of the yoke are two blots holding the keeper plate over the nut. One is the stop screw for bowl height. Don't loose this setting. remove the slide, edge the yoke forward a bit to free the worm. Run the old nut down the worm and off the bottom. When you run the new nut on, all the excess grease and metal shavings will start to build up. Clean as you go, or better still, brush with solvent or similar to clean the worm threads . relubricate, run the nut up above the yoke, reload the yoke and attach keeper plate, reload slide.
To adjust slide, snug screw near bottom keeping slide close to yoke, run yoke to top and tighten top screw just enough to hold slide in place, lower yoke to bottom, gently tap top of slide in a 1/16" and tighten top screw. Run yoke to top of slide. It should start to bind slightly in the last 2 inches of travel, which will stop the bowl from dropping in use. Tighten remaining screws.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
you need to remove splash shield, tilt mixer back,with a long screwdriver adj. the set screwclockwise to decrease clearance for beater to bowl clearance,always use b beater when making adj. clearance should be .054" to .115".also make sure there are no deformities in btm of bowl which can cause you problems.dont forget to vote
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
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