Introduction

In this guide, you will learn how to disassemble the motor housing cover.

Using a spudger, gently pry off the aluminum drip ring.
  • Using a spudger, gently pry off the aluminum drip ring.

Unplug the Mixer.

Mike Reckner - Reply

Using a 1 mm pin punch and hammer, hammer the pin until it is dislodged from the planetary gear cover.
  • Using a 1 mm pin punch and hammer, hammer the pin until it is dislodged from the planetary gear cover.

This should be a 5/32 inch or 4mm punch.

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  • Using a spudger, pry the planetary gear cover from the mixer shaft.

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  • Using a flathead screwdriver, remove the five, 28 mm front motor housing screws.

  • Using the same flathead screwdriver, remove the two, 28 mm locking screws.

  • One of the locking screws contains a safety locking mechanism. Do not interchange these screws with the front motor housing screws.

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  • Turn your device around. Using the same flathead screw driver, remove the two, 28 mm rear locking screws.

  • One of the rear motor housing screws contains a safety locking mechanism. Do not interchange these screws with the front motor housing screws.

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  • Using a phillips 2 screwdriver, remove the 10 mm screw from top of back cover.

  • The rear cover is now completely free from the mixer.

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  • Carefully pull the power cord from the notch in back of the mixer.

  • The motor housing cover is now completely free from the base of the mixer.

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  • Lift the motor housing cover from the mixer base.

  • Be sure to place the cover upside down to prevent grease from leaking out.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Well fine job! Just finished and t works!!!

James Anderson - Reply

Instruccion is exelent but I veleave the problem is electric. can you give aidea. dhe machine does’nt work at all

Aristides Aleman - Reply

Thank you! I'm repainting my white mixer a deep cherry red gloss to match my kitchen. These mixers can last 20+ years, if you take care of them. But, who wants the same color kitchen for that long? Bonus: saved $50+ by painting it the color I wanted, rather than pay the extra for a mixer from the colored choices.

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