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How do you take out the pulley attached to the motor assembly of a kenwood Km010. This particular model doesn't use the pin system. I tried pulling it out but i am afraid to use excessive force. What's the right way? Should i heat the pulley?

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Generally, a blade or grinding or blending/mixing part that is permanently attached to a metal shaft from the appliance motor is held on that shaft by a 'shear pin'. This pin breaks when something is put in the appliance that the grinder, mixer, blender can't gring, mix, or blend. This is to protect the motor from overload. Afterwards, The motor will continue to turn, but the blade or paddle, or whatever will not turn.
The shear pin needs to be replaced.
The shear pin passes through one side of the base of the bade/grinder/paddle assembly, through the motor shaft, and out the other side of the blade/grinder/paddle.
The piece of the pin must be removed from the shaft, and from the two sides of the blending/grinding part. This is generally a press-fit, and some effort may be required to accomplish this.
When the pieces have been removed, a common 'roll pin' of the appropriate diameter should be inserted to hol the turning part on the shaft. It must fit tightly, and some effort should be required to insert the new pin. // '); }// ]]> Back to Edit // '); }// ]]> Publish preview_graphic.jpg

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Moter is working but dooh hook not working


hi if you still have problems email me and i will try and talk you through,
it may be the belt (teeth worn out) or the pulley (same problem).
the info given in your post is very vague.
if its the teeth on either the belt or pulley there is a simple fix.
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Email me at [email protected] I have a PDF copy. It is only 8 pages and has some recipes.

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