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Ive got an industrial dough mixer, model no:SM 201. when the machine is empty then it runs perfect but as soon as the dough starts getting stiff then the machine immediately stops.its like the motor does not get power..not even a single noise.But as soon as i drop the lever where the bucket goes down then everything works again.What can be the problem? From Mr Mac

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the motor protection board is doing its job.you should only use 1st speed to mix pizza dough.im a hobart technician and service these mixers all the time.let me know

Posted on Jan 28, 2008

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Mark Egan

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Sounds like the side switch is the latching switch for the circuit, and you are right about it's operation. I strongly suspect where the wire comes off that slide switch and goes to the coil, there would be 2 wires at that connection, where the other one leads to one side of the start switch.

Looking forward to your reply. It will be easier to email the schematic that you come up with to me. Be sure and tell the the starter manufacturer that is installed as well.

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Posted on Feb 15, 2009

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: Dry clumps in pizza dough

Throw a quarter in the bowl,put the hook on and raise the bowl.Turn the mixer on and the hook should just skim and move the quarter.This is to check that the hook clearance to the bowl is right so the dough on the bottom of the bowl rides up the hook.I'm a hobart tech and repair these units often.Let me know.

Posted on Feb 21, 2009

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SOURCE: Hobart H-600-T Mixer Shuts down while mixing bread dough

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

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SOURCE: Hobart N-50 mixer clangs on 1st and 2nd speed

CE is the marking that shows its european conformant.  I think the difference is mostly in terms of the no volt interlock switch.  This means the KA style N50 bowl won't work with the CE models - too low.

Posted on Mar 17, 2009

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